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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN : SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 23, 1800.
THE CITY OUT OF MONEY?
NOME AT PMiMCNT FOR UW
-Clerk Miller Baya Aahevllle la
Ttaonaanda of Dollars Behind
Doea a Blir Debt Make a BIk CII v T
Only four members of the board of older-
men were present last night. Tlie mayor
and Alderman Pullinm were absent.
Mr. Richmond Pearson was present and
presen ted a statement for the exiienditures
he had incurred in opening new streets
in Blue Ruin. It amounted to $8,-r0.15
At the same time be called the attention
of the board to unother matter the pres
ent shape of the lot on which is to lie
built the new market house. His idea
was that instead of the irregular shape
of the lot as it now is, it should be mude
200 feet suuare. He had the iirniicrtv
and was prepared to sell enough of it to
the citv to make the lot regular, lie
would sell the city fifty feet of a lot MO
reet Iront that cost him $10,011(1 lor
000. The land he oilers is Dart of thai
which he purclinHcd of Captain McLoud
and liesjust soutn ol tne jail property.
The iiuestion of building Marjoriv street
from the city hall property to Davidson
street was brought up and a committer
composed of Aldermen Fitzputrick, Mc
Dowell and nolle were appointed to tncei
with Mr. Pearson and tulk the mutter
Mr. C. E. Graham wanted advice on
the extending of a street through n piece
of property belonging to .Mrs. Hanks ol
Washington, and lying in the recently
old Woodtin iiroerty. Mr. Grahnni
was relered to the code for information.
Another matter Mr. lira ham wanted
to bring up was with regard to n sewei
to be run on I'rosim't I'ark in the real
of Mr. Dcmen's new residence.
"Mr. Dcnicns wants to move in Octo
ber 1," said Mr. (irahnm. "The sewer
was promised some time ngo and unless
it is put in soon it will delay nun.
Clerk Miller said : "I don't sit how
we are going to do it. Already we art
thousands of dollars behind and our
treasurer will not advance us any more
money. He hns advanced us $15,000
already. It can t Ik- done. "
"Well, I will put the sewer down and
you may take it out of my taxes, said
"That is just what we have stoped
aoing, said clerk .Miller. We have done
so much of that, that we had to put a
ton to it."
"Then we will not get a sewer until
we gel some money.
That's about my idea uf it," said Mr
"Well." continued Mr. (Irahnm, "tin
best thing we can do is to bond the cit
for$J"i0,0l0. We will never lie a big
city until we have a big debt.
The fi.ct that the lirni to whom the
board hud given the contract lor light'
ing the city had taken no steps looking
toward the establishment of a plain,
came up, and the light committee wu
instructed to look into the matter and
unless the new company was found pre
pared to do the work, to make n con
tract with the local or some other com
pany so that by the ides ot Octolicr Ashe
ville would not be in the dark.
The committee on the widening ol
eioutn .Main street recommcmleU that
the street be made fifty tcct wide to the
city limits. Adopted.
W. F. Ulliolt's resignation as Klicc
mnn wus uceepted to take (.fleet Septem
THAT WKI.I. WATKK AUAIN.
The AnalyHlH Made Wax of no Def
In regard to the analysis of city, well,
and spring water made by State Chemist
il. P. Buttle and reported in Wednes
day's Citizen, an Asheville physician,
who modestly withholds bis name, says:
"The analysis of the well near lira-
ham's fuctory is entirely without value,
as it was not the chemical impuritit
which were lea red, but the bucillus or
germ of typhoid lever.
"The typhoid bacillus, or the bacillus
of ebcrith, is often louiiil iu crtcclly pure
water us far as chemical analysis goes,
and as it is the cause of tynhoid lever,
the only analysis which should condemn
a spring is a microscopic one."
"How is that test mude?"
"A drop or two of the susiected water
is placed uxn a glass side and cultiva
tions made thereon, and from this slide
culture tulies are iiiaoci'lnted. These
tubes show distinct and separate funns
of growth, color and reaction, and in
this way is determined the particular
"A great many potable springs and
wells, contain a farce numlwr ol bacte
ria, not harmful as far as we know, and
therefore such waters are good lor drink
iug purposes; but the SH-ciHc bacillus ol
typhoid fever is always dangerous wherc-
"The excrement of typhoid fever pit
tients always contain these bacilli in
large numliers, and when this is thrown
uKin the surface as is usual here, they
are liable to be washed into wells or un
derground streams ol water, and thence
carried to a spring or springs to contam
inate them. Well and spring water in or
near nnv large collections of inhabited
dwellings is always more or less danger
ous, depending upon the number ol in
"In Louisville, Ky., in lHHfl, the wells
in certain carts of the city were susm-ctcd
of introducing typhoid fever into their
respective districts, uicmicai analysis re-
vealcd a perfect purity, and as far as
taste nothing could be belter, t'pon
proper microscopical examination great
numbers ot tnctypnoid oncim weretoiind
and since then the citv has hnd these
wells closed. Typhoid fever is compnrn
lively rare in these districts now. In a
hilly country like this, wells in valleys
arc sure to be more or less contaminated
by surface drainage from the neighboring
hills and bouseson these hills."
It will be remembered that Mr. Battle's
report stated :
"We have no facilities for further exami
nation than chemical anulysis lumishcs."
OKNKRAL VANCK TALKS.
What He Haa to Mar of the name
General Vance is authority lor the
statement that at least three members
of the Alliance will represent North Car
olina in the halls of congress at the com
"I think," he laid this morning, "that
Alexander, Williams and Grady are sure
to be elected."
To TitB CmzRN'sstatement that the de
mands of the Alliance are more closely
allied with those of the democratic party
' than with any other he nives hi, hearty
assent. "On every question but that of
the sub-tressurv Dili," he said, "tne Alli
ance and the democracy are a unit."
Referring to the alleged opposition of
the order to the re-election of hit brother
be Mid: "I do not think that the Alli
ance as body will oppose his re-election.
Of coarse there are some who will, but
the majority will work for him."
' . MT Room and board can be- bad at
lira. J. L. Smathers, 818 Patton Avenue.
Forecast till a. n. atundajr
m.-ui.- 104.11.1 Nbawcni on the
count i northeasterly wludm cool
er In aoutheaali alatlenarv tem
perature lu northwest portion.
There were seventy-five arrivals at the
Glen Rock yesterday.
There is to lie another excursion Irom
Kalcigh to Asheville September 3.
S. Thomas, jr., and wife.of Charleston,
S. C, are staying at Mrs. Cone's on,
Mrs. H. 1.. Humphrey and Miss Grace
Humphrey, of Hudson, Wis., are visiting
Mrs. H. A. Limlsuy on College street.
Mr. N. C. McLoud who hns been
spending the Inst three weeks visiting in
the Northwest returned home yesterday.
P. P. Mimnaugb, the enterprising mer
chant, leaves for New York to-night to
purchase bis fall stock. It will be as
good us the best.
Among the arrivals at the Swnnnnnon
are: C. C. Dmighcrty, Colt, Ohio; L. II.
Corpcning, N. C; W. Kohinson and
daughter, Tallahassv, Fin.
The gentian at Ilattery Park Inst night
was a very large one, about forty couples
taking part. The dancing was led by
lidward li. Scilicls, of Columbia, S. C.
A patent medicine man, with four or
live darkeys in a wicron, tried to amuse
the crowd' on court (unre this morning
hv singing to the accompaniment of a
cracked banjo and several pairsof bones.
Arrivals at the Grand Central in
cluded T. W. Bovlc, Chattanooga; t'reo.
W. Kiddell, Orlando, Texas; 0. W. Law
son, Louisville; Wolcotl Lay, Washing
ion. 1. C; Dr. M. Homier, Spartanburg.
On Sunday afternoon, August IU, at
5 o'clock, in Trinity church, Ir. A. L.
Smith will deliver the first of n scries ol
lectures on "Palestine mid the Uast."
l"lii- public are cordially invited to at
tend. The Concord Standard hits it pretty
nearly- right: "Mr. C. 1. lllanton, mayor
if Aslievillc, is the youngest mayor in
the I'nitcd States. He stands high as a
orogressive young man in politics, und
is a merchant of high standing."
II. H. Carson, Boston; A. L. Dunn,
Atlanta, da.; W. T. Green, Chattanooga;
oun A. Green and wilje, Jackson, Tenn ;
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Allister, Flat Kock ;
II. A. Parker, Hillsdale, Mich., were on
the ..nltcry Park register yesterday.
The Ilendcrsonville Times pnvs this
compliment to Col. Coxe: "you have
done more lor Asheville than any other
man in that prosiierous young city.
Von an- public-spirited, and no one ever
iccuscd you of being cither menu or mis
A pnrty consisting of Messrs. J.S. Ray,
li. M. Ueurdcn, J. P. Phillieck, W. E. Rol
i: i ii .!!. i m: t j . . 1 1 :
1 1 1 M j. o. ioiiiiib uini .tusks' nullum.
(imlger, IiaviiUon, Smith, Webb and
Siiiton, chaierone(l by Mrs. M. J. Hear
leu, left yesterday for n week's trip to
e.a-snrs I lend.
Win. Gibson, lid Johnson and Joseph
Miller were klore Justice C. W. Malone
yesterday lor lighting with deadly wea
;oiis. They were given a preliminary
Hearing, and were bound over to the
next termotihccriininnlcoiirt. In default
..I $1(1(1 bail they were locked up.
Oaks hotel guests: Mrs. Jns. Kennedy.
Knoxvillc. Tenn.; Mrs. J. I. Brndlord,
Joluiiibus, Miss.; Mrs. John Coston and
.line children. Miss M. L. Moiling. Mrs.
M. W. nulling. Memphis. Tenn., l. 11.
llrowder, Kaleigh, N. C; L. liunn, Sa
vannah, .: C. G. lilliolt, Norfolk, Vn.;
Mrs. J. W. Liliby.lwo children and nurse,
Sew Orleans; ' K, A. l-'oard unit wife,
(irceiisboro, N. C; K. M. Short and wife,
Washington, i. C; I'r. K. A. Lewis and
vin. Miss Morion, Miss If. Conington,
First Presbyterian Church Rev. W. S.
P. liryan pastor. Iiivine worship to
morrow at 1 1 a. m., and 8.00 p m. Snb
hath school at !..' a. m. Young peo
ples' meeting at 7.1. p. m.
Riverside Methodist church Services
for Sunday: Baptism of children at
I0.:t0; preaching nt 11; reception of
mcmlicrs and sacrament of Lord's Siii
per, following the morning service, love
least nt 1.30 in afternoon, preaching at
S.15. Service will lie continued each
morning and evening during the week at
10 a. ni. and 8. 15 p. m. Rev. John C.
Troy, of Murphy, N. C, will be with us
after Sunday. Everybody invited to at
tend. Cherokee Nation Klecllon.
F.iiItiik Citizun: News hns been re
ceived here of the nomination of Judge
George W. Ilcnge for Principal Chief, and
Hon. Ralihit Hunch for Second Chief of the
Cherokee Nalion by the national party.
The Downing party nominated Hon,
J. B. Mayes Principal, and David Rowe
Second. The election will be in 18'Jl,
one year hence.
As bus liren the result in the Chicka
saw and Choctaw Nations in recent elec
tions, the party which is comHsed prin
cipally of the genuine Indian and whose
principals are for the protection of In
dian rights, has been thesiiccessful party.
So the prosiect is favorable for the elec
tion of the National candidate in the
It will be nn important and exciting
election, the greatest ever held in the
territory. R. H. S.
Cherokee, N. C, August 20, lH'JO
On Monday, August 20, Supt. Clnxton
will begin examining and classifying chil
dren preparatory to the oiening of the
schools Scptemlwr 1. The examination
will lie held at the several schools as fol
lows: Orange street school, Monday and
Tuesday ; Ac mlcmv street school, Wednes
day and Thursday; Mountain street
school (colored) Friday. Hours each day
U.M0 to 12.30. All children not already
holding tickets of admission for the pres
ent session are requested to attend these
examinations. When possible parents
should attend with their children.
Thnd. W. Thrash & Co. are closing
out a large ipinntity of their exceedingly
handsome goods nt unusu.illy low prices,
in order to mnke room for a mammoth
stock which will be bought in September.
This firm hns made a splendid reputation
for themselves, and are attracting an im
mense business, which they fully deserve.
Their advertisement in u not her column
will give you all the particulars. Their
store is perfect picture. Go and see it.
To the Public.
Il hns been known for some time that
I will be a candidnte before the demo
cratic county convention for th nomina
tion for the office of Superior Lou. . Clerk
of Buncombe county, I have Just been
informed that the report has been circu
lated that I will not abide by the decision
of the convention in case its decision is
adverse to me. I desire to say that
such a report does me a great injustice.
in BunrniuinK my claims to inc
convention I consider that my
honor is pledged to stand by its
choice, and if I am not the fortunate one
I shall 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 m friends.
. v.. W. R. Youno; "
Asheville, N. C, July 28, 1800.
There will be a convention of the re
publican party held in the town of Mur
phy on Sept. 8, for the purpose of nomi
nating candidates for the various county
Ignorance is the great cause of fraud in
this State. As proof I point you to the
fact that the greatest frauds are per
tratcd in the negro lwlts. Correspo.id
ence of the Greensboro North State, rep.
It has been circulated that T. M. Duln,
of near Weaverville, bad left the demo
cratic party. This is all wrong, Mr.
Duln has been a life-long democrat and,
being an intelligent man, expects to con
tinue in the faith till the end. He would
not vote for a republican if he wns ever
so clever, for it would lie endorsing a par
ty that he regards as I wing responsible
for nil the evils that afflict the poor tann
We received by mail yesterday, says the
Statcsville Landmark, a four-page note
circular, signed by P, C. Thomas und
dated Thomasville, N. C, August 19,
1800, the first paragraph of which is as
follows : "At tile request of many friends
from all partsof thesevcnthcongrcssionnl
district, I announce myself an Indciend
ent, Republican, Alliance and Industrial
Union candidate for Congress, to repre
sent you in the S2d Congress of the Uni
ted Stales." Mr. Thomas is most too
many kinds of a candidate. He is worse
than a calico horse in n circus.
In need of China, Glass, Cutlery, Plated
Ware, Lamps, etc., call at Law's for low
prices and nnr goods.
A Bad Railroad Wreck
occurred several days ngo on one of oil'
most important trunk lines. Nohod)
hurt but all the baggage except the
Roller-Tray Trunks wns smashed up.
Buy one. Sold hv dealers. Made hv H.
W. Roundtrec & Bros., Richmond, Vn.
A Mew Hoail to Bliss.
If you are wise and wish to become
healthy nnd wealthy also, von will use
Roller Kinir or Electric Light flour; lie-
cause the Asheville Milling Company's
Hour is not only the best but theeheaiK St.
W. E. Wolfe hns recently added to his
business of plnstenng that of laying ce
ment sidewn' I nnd refers to that in
front of C. A. Mears, on Sii'h Main
street, us a sample of the excellence of
bis work. He has secured the service of
an expert in cement and uses Gilibs &
Cos (London fortlnnd cement, en
dorsed by the board of public works.
London, and bv the nciiiicuuct coinmis
sinners of New York. All work done is
Index lo New AdverlisemeniH.
Notick W. T. Reynolds.
Bio Rkiii'CTIoss Thsil W. Thresh Co.
Real Etttate Agent.
OFFICE 3 MAIN ST., MORGAN'S BOOK STORE.
Rest Rstnte bought nnd old nt rwM:c nnd
pri alt salt-. Rents collertcil. 1 tnnriiit-ti-d a
Real l-'.tnte anil Auction business in Charles
ton, 8 C, ten years, anil will iriic prompt
attention to all business iut in my c-luiricc.
A viiuiik litcl v fnr ofliif work. Applv t
M'om.L STIl.WI l,lNI.KV.
Two active w httc girl. Apply at
MOUIiL BTK AM LAI'NOK V,
auK-Hilt w 17 Pat ton Avrnuc.
J?OR 8AI,B CHEAP.
A cow giving about 3 gut ton per tiny Ait
ply to P. Cltixen office w at corner uf Mtrrl.
tnun avmur and HiUnilc n revt.
Two riuir ilnjes mule nnd fcmnle. I'lriise
return lo Mr. Cooler's store and receive re
Cheap Rate to all Poluts.
RAILROAD TICKBTS bought. Sold and
exehnnged. All transactions iruarsntecd.
C. F. RAY,
Opposite HwnnnsnoB Hotel. nullldtf
Fifty weavers. Applv to
(llllil.l. MANUl'ACTt'HINd CO.,
auKlHill w Concord, N. C.
Onf-hnrsc wnjrnn In irond condition. It
will nay drayman to call and see it.
IlliAKUUN, RASKIN tt CO.
TKACIIKR Of PIANO.
Punil received at 33 Ilallcy street. Resi
dence 77 c harlottc street.
JKIVATB BOA Kit.
l.arir. rnnl nlrv ronm. linn. firwlv Air.
nl-heif; iiood tuble. Terms reasonable. On
street ear line.
MRS. J. L. HMATHKHS,
JnlyUdam Sis Patton Ave.
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Assets $107. ISO, 3O0.1U
E. D. Monroe, Agt.,
Asheville, N. C.
OBlee SU Kouth Main street. aul.1 dtf
Dr. II. F. Arrington,
SURGEON Msttri DF.NTISVT,
PlllinR teeth s specialty, also treating dis
eased num.. and all diseam pertaining; to
the dental structure. Ornee rooms on rat
ton avenue, over Raysor tk smith's drug
Eng-lUta and French
BOARDING AND OAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNO LADIES AND LITTLE QiRLS,
No. 40 Preach Broad AventM.
MRS. BUROWYN MAITLAND. PRINCIPAL
(Pornany yean AMoHatc Principal of Mt.
Vernon In it! tut. Baltimore.)
Attttted by a corps of com pen tent teachers.
Gold, Silver, Ivory, Oak, OUt and Combi
nation Mouldlnn, Also Room Moulding.
Pictures Matted, Mounted and Framed at
lowest prices and work guaraatnsl. Bngrav
in rs Palattnjrs sad Local Views always on
sa S. Main St.,
osi May wood stn
rooms anal basement : or will salt at nsaoss
bit price. Apyly at Tuiacr'a Stem, Wast
End, Pattoa avenue,
THAD. W. THRASH. J. M. THRASH.
IN PRICES AT
Spo!ially on Sponge' UatliH,
Mason's Fruit Jars, let
Croam Freezers, Water Cool
ers. These we will sell nearly
at cost. China anil Porce
lain Chamber Sets a way down
and everything in our line re
duced. Our object in making
these low prices is to make
room for a largo stock soon
to arrive. Our buyer and
manager, Mr. Thnd Thrash,
will leave for the Northern
markets about the 1st of
September to purchase, di
rect from headquarters, one
of the largest, handsomest
and most complete storks of
this kind ever brought to .
N. C. It will consist of Crock-
ery and House iMirnismng
Goods in their branches, fine
French and German ( hum
in Tea and Dinner Sets. All
kinds bric-a-brac; elegant!
presents, suitable for wed
ding, birthday or for your
'best ; tine ami common
Glassware, Silver Plated Cut
lery and common Cutlery,
(bal Vases, Baskets, Lamps
from the cheapest Glass to
to the finest Parlor, .Inp
unned and Stamped Tinware
and many other useful and
ornamental articles which
space forbids mentioning.
With ouralready large stock
this will enable us to be head
quarters and leaders in this
class of (Soods and at prices
that will astonish you. We
are now in better position to
please you than heretofore.
Our capital iH greater and by
personally buying the Goods
direct it gives you the ad
vantage and benefit if you
will only deal with us. We
keep the celebrated Charter
Oak Stoves and Ranges with
WireGuuze overdtiors, which
we are offering very close.
Do not forget the reduced
prices. Come and buy what
you need while they last.
Thanking you for past fav
ors and soliciting your pat
ronage, we are ymirs very re
spectfully, THAI). W. Til It ASH & CO.,
CKVSTAI. PA LAC li,
11 Pnlton Ave, unilvr i;ninl Oiktii llmim-.
JTICIiUF lNCOK.'uKA I'UIN.
Notice is hereby given Ihut .lomph M.Oux
xmn. A, (1, Rlchrv Merman Wt-mU-ll, VYiiltrr
H, Smi'l) antl William K. HrvciM-have iilcil in
my onice the artic'tnof autw cnt rcmiirrd
by statute for the ittrM)M; H iKiomins incor
porated and paid the lre rvnuir d ly In w nnd
that thereupon on tin. 2 I'm I day of Auto"".
A. It. 1NUU. I. V T. KevnoldN. clerk of ihe
Superior Court, di-chin-d ilu-m ami thiirimi
ci'NKors to Ik a ImmI,i- torporaie under the
name of Kenilworth l.nmi Cnnifnnv, with
all the pnwcni nnd priviiej:- provided lor in
ail article ol nirrietnt-Mt nil the mnluten in
ntii-h vane made nnd provld d.
The sulifttancv of ail ariiclcx of ajtrvcP ent
in n follow:
Vint. The name 01 tnc corHruiiou snail
le 'Kenllworth l.nnd Company."
Second, The uurpone for which the corpo
ration In formed and the huttinc protHed
to be carried on in whole r in part nn sidd
corporation may from time to time deem
best is the purchaninR. acquiring receiving,
holding and owning by any lawful meuns,
prierty, real, prnionai nnd nisrd, and the
name to use, mild, work, improve, lrae,
grant, sell, exchunge, mortgage, trann'r and
convey orotherwiw diNHiv of In its corpo
rate name or by any other lawful menus,
either with or without improvcmctittt, with
power to loan aim nuvance money upon
nmrtgnuc or other good collnternl, to coil
tract with any tenin or Kroi., itrm cor
miration or anvother oartv however lornud.
ciliting or that may licreafter cxiitt, for the
con t meting of hoiinc. builtlltigs, the laying
out and maintamanee 01 n riven, waiaa, rouu
and streets, the erecting, cuniitructing and
maintaining ol any plant for the pun
supplying heat, light nud water or either or
any two, and to do any and all ueh uther
word and improvements an ft may deem et
lcdient nnd proper upon ltn real estate,
upon such terms and condition a may be
sureed upon betw een the partunrciipcctively ;
with power nnd authority to hold und own
neeuritles of any form, either nn collateral or
otherwise, and dipoe of the name at pleas
ure, with power to innuc bond and securing
the same hy mortgage or drrdn of trust ujtoti
Its property, rral or crsonul, for the purpose
of railing money to be ucd for the purpose
for which the company i Incorporated, with
power to do and perform any nnd nil acts
not ionium id uv iuw nei-esnary to inc sue
cesnful coirvina out of the miriiosra herein
Rran'ed or implied therein, whetiicramh acts
excluded In these herein before speci lied or
of a like character to them or otherwise.
Third. The place where it is proposed the
said business shall be carried on is liunconi la
County, In the tUate of North Carolioa, In or
near tne city 01 Anncviue.
Fourth. The said corporation shall exist
and continue for the term of thirty years.
Z Fifth, The name and residences of the per
sons who have subscribed hereto are as, fol
Joseph M. Oaxiam, Philadelphia mm
A. (i Klchey, Trenton, N. J 10
William U. Hreese, Asheville, N. C 100
Herman Wendell. Wavne, Del. Co., Fa.. 7n
Walter U.Bmith 7fl
Sixth. The capital stock of the corpora
tion shall be one hundred nnd eight thounnnd
dollars, divided Into ten hundred and eighty
shares of one hundred dollars each.
It is expremly agreed and stipulated that
there shall be no personal liability on the
fart ol the stockholders or any ottbein other
Nan the liability to pay the corporation the
urn or nurni which may be due upon the
stock held severally by them, and which nhall
In the aggregate be no greater than the par
vaiue oi inc iioca aiorviuiu.
W. T. KKYNOLUtt,
Clerk Superior Court, tluncomlte County
ROOMS WITH BOARD.
A few desirable rooms with board. Ap
ply to C.J. McCAPB,
augusttdtf. a Orove street.
BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, BLACKSMITH I NO,
To the Htlsens of Asheville and vicinity I
would announce that at my shops on College
street, acxt to Woodbury's stables, I am bet
ter prepared than ever to do work In ray line.
Wagon r, Buggies and Carriages manufact
nred. Kr pal ring and homrihoelng are Sc
cisltles, and perfect satlnfactlon guaranteed.
My workmen are experienced and skillful and
my charges are moderate.
aovSft d n. HCRNBTTB
New antique oak huckboard. very cheap.
Address 1). H. PATTHRHON,
augl8dlw Cor. Hillside aad Bast Ht
Bmy Undey Guide Book
toWiN.C. Price 3Ct;
BALLARD, RICH &.B0YCE,
Stoves and Tinware.
PLUMBING, GAS AND STEAM FITTING, SLATE
AND TIN ROOFING.
PAINTS and OILS.
THE PASTEUR FILTER,
IN Al.l. KI.HS I'lIK l-'AMII.V
AND ItllTltl. ISIi.
tiuiirnnlrcd lo l Citrrm Proof.
Al.l. SI.liH Klil'T IN 8TUCK.
rOItTLAXD CEMENT AND
TILE AND CONCRETE
For kii tuple of work ewe Tilt
Wnlkn in front of lln.V8orX
Smith 'h Drugstore and West
ern Carolina Hank. For Con
crete liluck Walk Kee that in
front of CarmichaerH Drug
ESTIMATES MADE ON APPLICATION.
I'ort land and UomeHtie Le
nient, Planter and Lime for
C. II, MOODY.
OOU'v No. 30 ration Aenic.
TI'I.HI'IKINH Nil 40
WnrrluiuHr anil I'nct.-ry near Itrr'iit. Tvlc
ConiKund Oaygrfl and Medicated Balsam
Vnpor has prorrd more succeasAil In. the treat
ment of dlncascsof the nfMe.throat and lung
than all other ixmeriL combined. It seldom
(alls In any cane of Asthma. We have cured
many people In the four years we have been
In Adhevllle w ho had Klven up all hope. Call
at ourolrliT nnd wewlll irive youthelrnames
We also make a acefiilty of dlseaws of the
rectum. If you are afflicted with Files comr
and Ret relief. No inin or loss of time from
bu.lneM. Relief obtained at once, and no
return, as we make a radical cure.
BAI.HAM AND CIXVOKN HOMB TKUAT
MUNT. We have a home treatment that Is very ef
leetlvc In all diseases of the air pasages. Wt-
havc prescribed hundreds of these home
treatments and sent them In every State In
the Union and some wonderful cures have
A small pamphlet, descriptive of Asheville
and also explaining our treatment, tent free
on application. Also ll.t of questions goes
with each pamphlet that everyone should
have before sending lor home treatment. The
nutations when properly answered enable u
to make correct diagnosis of each case.
We have treated many hundred cases with
the Compound Oxydin and Balsam and have
never had case to hare hemorrhage from
lungs after taking the treatment.
Dun't let your prejudice keep ysu awav.
but come and examine for yourself, Better
.scrlAce prejudice than your Hie. Consulta
Onlce over . Colby's lewelry Store, near
Orand Central Hotel, Patton Avenue, Ashe.
vllle, N. C.
T. J. HARUAN, M. D.
ICE RATES FOR
In quantities not less thnn one ton at fuctory V0c. per hundred.
In quantlUe. not le.s than one half ton at factory 45c. ' "
alio pounds, .HI ticket., 10 pounds each
7(10 " UN " . IIB
780 " 18 " no
1000 ' 10 " 100
Tickets In dollar packiiKt'S and unv quantity
our oilicc lor ca.li or ticki-ts.
Asheville Ice &
Telephone No. 36 and 40.
BEST AJSTHHACITE COAL
-Fur onli ut W tmUwUtf unit Uviall hy
ASHEVILLE ICE AND COAL COMPANY.
Telephone 36 and 40.
Bxclu.ivc Aucnu iliomcstlc nnd Steam I lor Wciucrii North Carolina.
I.HWIS MADDUX. Pres L. P. McLOIIU, Vicc-Prcs. . B. KANKlN, Ca.hlar
InssCToss:-Lewis Maddux, M.J. Ueurdcn, M.J. Fukk.J. B. Rankin.J. B. Kay, J. B. Hetil
8. H. Kccd, Geo. S. Powell, C. M. Mcl.oud
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, -
State, County and; City Depository.
lioca m Gent'i-al ItMiklnif Buiinm. tpusitii received. Kxchangc bUKht and told. Col
lections made on all luwwiblr polnta. The
Onall turns in thU drpartnirnt. di'iioaUed for
of 4 per cent. er annum will be paid
Special attention iriven Ut loans on real estutr, which will be plactd for lon tlnic on real
Open from U a. m. to ii p. m. On Malurduy the 8uvinK lrtinrtment will bcopentill A p.m.
7 Haywood Street.
AI1,WATKR THOROUGHLY FILTKREII on the PrciuUc...
Twenty-live years ol practiral cierirnce. combined with pkmkonai. attention tn nil dr.
talis of the buninrs and perlrct arrunurmrnt. lur clkanlinkss and ri kiTV ol all kuikIm
manulactured, enable the proprii tor to present lo hin numerous patrons a superior claw of
Vichy antl Seltzer Water in Siphons.
liiniii i Ale and ulltlii various llavois of SIIA WATBK ready for .hipment and delivered
Inr inCityilimlu. Out ol town onlciVmu.t hnvr SHHroNUni.s relcrencr.
C. H. CAMPBELL.
MOUNTAIN PARK HOTEL & COTTAGES.
;hot springs, n. c.
RoomH in Cottages Upon the Grounds With
TABLE 1SOA1U) AT IIOTOL.
$-oo TO $14.00
-PER WEE K .
A BUILDING LOT OR ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS IN HOTEL BOARD FREE,
In the New and UrowtiiRr Mountain Reort(
Vonrrholw of nny lot In the i.loi for Hull. Vi.u act a Wamiuty Deed
'"Sff." "r1d a rtT'1" '"" "n tcn atta.hed, en.h cou-
ilnv '".K'tolSS In's'lTK " ' f"r "0 ,at l,USr"""1 r"' ho"a l
HoTKI. KT. ANU NIiirll now. I
lloTKi. Iionnvcmkkt on now J Hutrs from :io lo $HI per month.
PAVILION liot'.H Ih-IiIK budt. I 1
Thoecoupoua nn'Roiid for three yen r.rrom tlulr ilnlr niol retrnfrrhlr.
.. . .T .'t:,."!! 'a .'"." f"r. rhn,rT "f '""'tilul iMillclinx lot J you
Ki t the SKlll a'l bntk in bonnl ; vou Imve thiee yrnrs to do ... In : you inn
sell the i'"UK). to aotnr one cle If vouilo not uc Ih.-in ; nnd at or Iwlore tile
end ol three yutrs your lot will be worth from SHiki t,i timu or more.
OTIS A. MTTT.RI?
Tnkg Train Out sit .io A. M.Fwrc
SKYLAND M INEKAL, SPRINGS, N. C.
Kluht Miles South of Anhcvllle, on the A. ft H. RallroRfJ.
Hew hotels, new eoltnuri, new furniture, ncautllul s!roves,nct tennis and croquet lawns,
48 MINERAL SPRINGS.
While sulphur, Alum, Musniidn. Iron and Kpaom. Those seeking health and plcaiurc and
select society will not fall to visit this pkasant resort snd drink of Its healing waters.
Aaherllle, N. C.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Msnufscturcrs and tieulcrs in all kinds of Dressed '
Door, Satth, Blind, Moulc1lnM, Htalrwork, Hantela, Dank
and Dar Fixture, and all klnda of BulIdlnK Material.
Hard .Wood Lumber Work a ' Specialty.
norl4dly Telephone Mo.
WE ARE GOING TO MOVE
TO NO. 3! NORTH MAIN
And until that dntc will sell all goods at 10
vantage of the low prices,
Just sec our large Towel at 1 UVi cts and be happy . Our Oil Inch Table Llucn at H vts,
Don't forget I Look out and look In I
t - i A Asheville Dry Good. Co.,
I. O. HQWBU Wsaagw,
of Ice may be obtained from drivers and at
No. 30 Fatton Avenue.
May lat, lHHS.
SU RPLUS. $20,000
Huvin FcatiitT will receive Nficvlut uttuutlnn.
foiir montht or lonitrr. Interest ut the i.-tu
hoc vmitiiTiiiii isinir..
a m. m-AA BBjrfrM.SBV s ssm
Cent a or Drive Monlb 8 Mile.
IS. A. LeVENE,
Near Panaciiger Depot.
STREET, ABOUT AUGUST 17,
per cent, on cost. You will do well to take ad