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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN ; TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 26, 1800.
PLEADS FOR KOPE ELIAS.
MACON COUNTY WANTH TO BK
A Review or the Political Mlluu-
lion and a Hlalement of lite Mr.
llHoflhe Man Who, the Writer
Relieved, Cau neat Kwail for
Bditiik Tmk Citizhn. Keeling minimi
in confidence in tit. ubilily anil jiur-
poNes il the Aslicvillc Citikn foscrvetlte
Ic8t interests of the people unci ns the
coiiKressionul convention hits licen called
for the purpose of pluciiiH a flcniocrntic
candidate before the icoiilc ol the Ninth
district, we would like to surest to that
convention through your columns the
paramount iniportiiiicc ot mukinu no
mistake its to the nvnilaliilily of the man
to lie nomiMiitcd ns well as the interests
to lie subserved.
Flint, tile district, is now in the hands
of the republicans, hound liv n pretty
strum; crimp. Secondly, the interests
U'lore the mi i pic nnd the measures to Ik
considered iircofn very sacred ehiirncter.
And thiidlv, we all know hv lioth i'xicri
eucc and observation Ihnt the U'st inter
est of the jK-ople are unsiitc in the hatuls
ot tlie republicans, wresting tltcni list net
do mm the people to serve their own
iersonul agKi'audineiiieiit and ambitious
Now one ol the first ipicstious to Ik
asked w ith regard to an aspirant for tilt
nomination at the hands ol the demo
cratic convention is, Can he hold the dis
trict together so as to ensure democratic
success? If he cannot do tin Ih'.voiiiI
doubt whatever mav lie the nature ol
his claims on the iieonle aside from this,
and whatever mav have Iktii his nasi
record as a servant of the iK'ople, and
However boltlly ami amy lie may hav
tlclciulcil their rights, yet as a heroic, pa
triolie ami unselfish servant of the pco
pie and their interests, he will vield his
claim for consideration anil his support
to the man who can secure the success ol
the party ami measures lust in keeping
witn the interests o the K'opie ami n
hariuonv with the economical adinini
tration ol governmental allairs.
It is a matter ol minor importuucc as
to the locality Irom w hich the aspirant
hapiH'iis to hail, and vet in view ol err
lain considerations, I he time has conn
in the history of the Xitilli congressional
district when the democratic partv ti
Ik.' successful lievoml doubt must take
into consideration the claims ot locali
ties other than the one that has Iktii
favored from the time when the mcmorv
d man "runneth not to the coin rate
The western part ol the district lecls thai
it has claims lor consideration that
ought to lw recognised, ami w hile it vote
eheerlully it can tender oilier service t
the democratic parly, noilc, govern
incut ami nation.
Now the convention when it :issciiiMi
can hi our honest iiiiigiucnt, ami wt
sK'ak Irom a knowledge ol the nets
the ease as well as a desire lor tuc ccr
tain success of democratic pi inci'lcs, leu
der the democratic partv no nunc dli-
eieut service than to plaa- in nominal ioi
U'lore the Koplc that lailulul ih.iiciii
ol ilctlliKTnllc principles and ol the k
p:c s rignts ami interests lion. I. i.iias.
of Macon coiuilv. Iteiug a western man
the IK'ople ot the west would
rally around him with mm li cutliu
ftiusui and of course lite easleri
IK'ople of the district Would chcirti.ll
come to his support as well from a rccip-
r icatioa ol past tavors as lioiu an mi
Hiiichiiig loal y to democratic priuciplis
ami an uusellisli Ocvotiou to the K-ople s
interests, litmg one ol the leading lai
mers ol .Macon county ami carrying on
that business extensively ideutiiies him
fully with the agricultural interests ol
the Stale and the burners ol tile district
that know lutn are pronounced in his
upHirt. 111! legal ability only llicU-l
ter ipialities him as a quick and ready
servant ol the ikoiiIc.
Taking all into consideration he would
lie more certain ol success llian the othei
aspirants m (act he would redeem the
district U'vouil ipicstioii from republican
grasp ami iron rule, ami place it again
Forecast till ft a. in. wednenday
Local rains In the weMtern nor
Hunt Houlhwenterly wliidxi wann
er lu the iiortomeut.
There' were ,'150 arrivals nt the princi
pal hotels in the last two days.
Miss Davis, of NaTcgh, who lias been
staying at Mrs. Keevea' on Vance street,
left for home yesterday.
The attention of the public is called to
the postponement of the great sale at
Andrews from September 10 to October 1.
The Alliance and Sunday school picnic,
which was announced lor Alexander's
Chax.'l next Saturday, has been post
W, R. Whitsou and leave forClevclatid,
Tenii., to-day to lie present at the mar
riage of Miss Maude S. Keith, sister of
Mrs. Whitson, on Thursday.
Chairman Mcl.oud announces that the
democratic convention to-morrow will
be held at the lirntitl iH-ra house on rut
ton avenue instead of at the court house.
(1. M. Miinn. Knoxviltc, II. C. Uittn,
Hickory, Mrs. M. (tehee, Toledo, Ark.,
Cal. Smith and V. Iloleombc, (Srccnville,
S. C, arrived at the Grand Central yes
terday. lu the Mayor's court this morning li.
I. Mclionaid was lined $." for being
drunk, ami $10 for carrying concealed
weapons. 1 1 1 in in Koliiuson, a ilriinK,
A countryman from near Hig Ivy was
thrown from a mule on Water street yes
terday and received a wound on the head
w hich laid ok-ii Hie scalp for about three
incurs, ins right arm was aiso uaiiiv
At llatterv I'ark veslerdav were Mrs.
Nathan li. Ionian, Miss firnce Jordan
V. inciimati. Misses l.izic anil .M.mnc
Harris, Louisville, Ky., . h. (.ulshaii
and wife, Kiehmoud, Mrs. los. I 'rice ami
Miss I'rolli, Philadelphia. Mrs. I,. S.
Holt, lliuliugtoii, N. (..
THIS KEPKESliNTS WOKK.
Pitt count v has over 1.00(1 acres in to
baeco this year, and there will lie twice
as mucu planted next year.
The correspondents of the Weekly
Weather Crop llulletiii reoort that the
weather has been very In vorable to crops,
csjieciaiiy cotton, in all districts.
The dried fruit market is getting better
anil prices lor sliced apples will rule higl
and it will pny much lictter to drv the
apple crop than to make it into brandy.
Mr. W. II. Worth. State business agent
oi tne farmers Alliance, savs that no
jute bagging is being hnndlcd by his
agency this season, lie is purchasing in
New York sugar sacks and sacking.
Mr. Isaac Goodnight, of Mill Hill sec
tion, told a Concord Standard reporter
that he always made hv holding his cot
ton from ten to fifteen dollars. Heealcu-
lated that by holding two bales of cotton
until several weeks uto he made a little
The Murphy nulletin asks us to "think
olit! Hundreds of acres of laud in the
county known to have been cultivated
forty-seven consecutive years in Indian
corn without change, and vet produce
goon crops without the use ol fertilizers.
Where else can voice of such strength be
I. lb Swoiie, of Houston vdlc, Kv., wns
in Murphy Inst week lie says the coun
ties of Macon, Clay, (iraluini and Chero
kee N. C. possess kiiKrior advantages
oyer any country he bus ever seen for tin
sticccsslul breeding and raising of sheep,
and expresses great astonishment at not
seeing the region literally alive with
Several f'irmers 'have been "telling the
I harlot te News that a big lot ol cotton
has Iktii lost through shedding. The
August blooms ilid not amount to any
tiling, tliev sav. the AiiL-ust rains coming
as they did lust al the time when thev
THAU, W. TIIHA8H. J. M. THRASH,
IN PRICES AT
Specially on Spong? Hatlm
AuiNon h Fruit Jars, It
Cream Freezera, Water Cool
ers. These we will noil iioarl.y
at cost. China and Pom
la in Chamber SetH away down
and everythinirin our lino it
duced. Our object in making
these low prices is to maw
room for a larye slock soon
to arrive. Our hu.ver am
nlnnaijer, Mr. Thad Thrash
will leave for the Northern
markets about the 1st of
September to purchase, di
rect from headquarters, one
ot the Iaru'est. handsomest
and most complete stocks of
this kind ever brought to
N. C. It will consist, of ('rock
er.v and House Furnishinu'
(loods in their branches, fine
1' reach and (ierman ('lima
in Tea and Dinner Sets. All
kinds bric-a-brac ; elegant
presents, suitable for wed
ding, birthday or for your
"best ; (me and common
( 1 la sswa re, Silver I Mated Cut
lery and common Cutlerv.
W T haircloth and wile Cohlsboro rM ''" '. """" ,,u!""1e to the crop. (OH VllSCS, Haskcts, Lamps
.. .. . .. .V:- '! . ! ' o .. ' 1 he crop thev sav, will Iw much smaller f 4, , . ;,, J
N.C.i.l.S. Wiley wife, tolumb.n, S. (..; t;,an has been anticipated. Corn, too, ''l the Cheapest (ihlSS to
V?-'"',' C7 n' il- 1 'I'i'.v report, is no big slakes. to t ie finest Plll'loi', .lap-
Citv, N. C; (an. (J. McCully. knoxville, 1 1 i riv
Tenii. : T. W. t'.oodwin, Kielilliond, V.I.,
ami I Cohen, Atlanta, t'.a.. were among
the names on the Swannaiioa registir
olin Weaver, colored, was arresleil
this moruiug bv deputy sllcrill Jones, on
i warrant eliarging In mi Willi stealing a
watch from . I. Worlcv. Weaver was
ivcu a In aril. i; Ik Ioic Suture Israel, and
bound over to the next term ol thrcrini-
iual court. In d fault of bail he was
Examination ol childicu al Ibc Acad-
cmv street school tomorrow and next
lav In ill '.l.t'i to K' .IO. All children
w ho have no! ycl received tickets of ad
mission lor I be lie vt session ol the schools
should altcnd. When Hissihle parents
should come with (lieu elnlilren. I he
M'hool oH'IIS ScptellllHT 1.
s a train ol tlal ems loaded with logs
was switching vcstirdav on the Murphy
branch ol the W. N. C. railroad this side
if Itjlsam. a cow was run over and '.be
ho, k threw u colored man named Hob
Couiiclh Ih iwi-cii the cars, in such Itwnv
is lo li.ullv inanulc one ol las legs. Ir.
V. ! Milliard bit last mglil toatiend to
the man's intuiics. It was lcMirted here
this aitiiuo hi that the man was dead.
Soiueliuie this forenoon a I'atton ave
nue car with a nuiulH'r of passengers on
boanl sio,Hi on the wav down, at
Woodcock's .-tote, and the driver an
nounced that to keep his schedule time
lie must ret in u to the souurc at oi.ee.
flic passencis therefore had to walk the
remainder ol the dtstniuv and as it was
raining there was naturally much pro
testing tlictiat. A conductor said, son
passenger repot t, that in order to keep
up the schid'dc ol a trip every lilt ecu
minutes it viuli olieu Is iuiHissible to
run to t lie cud ol I'atton avenue.
Mr. '.. liroomc and sons were nt the aimed 1111(1 Stamped Tl'llWim
Star warehouse this morning with a I.mkI niiinv ntlinr nw.d'iil niul
o. The load consisted I I , . , . ,
Itillv ol leaves broken on" in hi.iidling oriia-IIiemai aillCICS WINCH
mil the lower grades f lugs. The prices Space forbids Illl'llt Killing.
iere iK-rieiiiv sausiaeiori lauuui I IV if li o l,.o,i,l.. I . ...... 1. 1 . ...I
Irom SKI .-. t ll ..- Iiiii.ibrd The V ! 1 " V"' ", 'rs' "K"
Messrs. C.roome will finish their HM cur tills Will ('liable US to be I lead
nig to-morrow nigh! and still have nt I iiiuil'lei'si ji.Dil IoiiiIiii-u in tliis:
l....ui i...u..u .1... it. .i.l -I'l I - .
tn iu in. i nw , ill mi, .,l,lut, f,-,,,l .,.,,1
BALLARD,' RICH & BOYCE,
Stovcti and Tinware.
PLUMBING, GAS AND STEAM FITTING, SLATE
AND TIN ROOFING.
PAINTS and OILS.
THE PASTEUR FILTER,
IN Al.l. KUliS I'l IK I'-AMII.V
ashe villi: AuvimmiiiMiixrs.
ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1890.
Ill quantities not less than title tun tit t'aetory
In iitifttitltim not less than one linlt'ton itt fuettiry
.1011 pounds, Ho tickets, to piaimla eneh
lloo do ' to " "
700 -JH " its "
7no " 15 " no " '
loon 10 ' 100 ' "
...40c. tier hunilrecl.
Tickets In tltillur ptiekiiKcs mill ttitv tiiutillt.r of lee i: oy tic ubtulnetl Irum d rivers and at
our olliee lur cash or tlekrts.
Aslieville Ice V Coal Company.
Telephone No. 36 mid 40. No. 30 Patton Avenue.
15JSST AMJIKACITE COAL
1'iirsillt'Ht W liolestlle mill Ketnil hv
ASHKVII.Ki: ICK AND COAL COMPANY,
l eiepnone 30 ana 40.
"'elusive Audits t lituiiistic anil Sice ml lur Western North Curollua.
ANII IHlTHI. I'NIi
Hraiilec-d to tne Ut-rni Proof.
Al.l. HlXliS K Itl'T IN Hlr.fK.
their crop ns hciui; the liest
vcjtrs. (irceuslMiro I'.-itriot, i
t liar win astomsli von. (
are now in better posit ion to
please yon than heretotore
Our capital isureater and bv
personally buying; the (Joods
it uives you the ad
.4 ircal Hvlivnie.
Wee. II utlentioil to the Ittlverliseiiienl
of Skrluiid Stiriiujs where Mr. Miller
oilers $1IMI in luutrd nt either hotel
Skj iuiitl virtiiiilly free. This is n novel uJin'C't
w.iv 01 oriiiuiuu into notice u new icson, .. . . . - ... ...
.11.1I while it is very MIkiiiI tiller it will hV't'lU'e 1)11(1 beiietit it yoil
imv in the cuil, us nil judicious inlvcrtiN- Will OI1IV (leal With US. f
!"!ii" . ? " "."w! kM'i the cel(brated Charter
brotiKiit into notice the line iniuerid (ak Stoves and linages with
Index l New Alvrllciiii-ii
I.iist Cilim it "lllce.
Si Hi:tiMi-Win K. Ki'nr
llHill'hHIK. -A. I. CiHiji r.
A store si'v lot nrttr iiitnl1tee
ili"l li ttve nt L I I'lZKN 1 'I'l
A ii-lti.in hr yonnft littly its clerk In tlr.v
I I "tor. . Allures M'SKI! w
mitt. 11.11" 'Jill Merri u Avenue,
WiretJuaze over doors, which
we 11 iv onermir verv Hos(
Do not forget the reducei
prices, i ome and buy what
you need while they last,
IhankniLC you for past lav'
I'mirr ors and solieinng your pal
,CB" ronaue. we are vtnn-s verv re
THAI). W.THKASII & f()
H I'nitnn A ve., tiniler liritml tiiurn House
one i:noil Itnrsc Mntl ciirrlittte. oitruonil
enw. 1 nr wn.iie mi a nnru'itti,
K A ANHUKSIlS,
il'iK'.'ntlllt S7 llrttrilrn Av tuie.
ON THE MARKET !
There will In- ,t Iccluieai the A. M li
'.. cburcli tcolorctl I on College itrcet on
Uciluesihiy itiubt. the liTtli inst., nt K.lo
o clock, of .Mr. Ilcnrv W. t .nines, ol
l.ils.ri.1, on the "Kcl.itioii of l.iUrin to
lite Xcctti Problem. " The lecttirr is n
leiiiliitu Ittwyer ill his country nnd litis
held the isist of nt tonic v uelicnil nnd
iiiiimj 1 nc 1,0111 is 111 "cuiocrutic licillcvc-1 oilier iuiHiriiiiii oiuces ill mil Koverii
A hurae to work to n ilcivcrv watrun
ply tit T. P. HAMILTON .V C .
mm. 'no at
iiieuts null victories iis well us initke the
luiblicd servant of whom they inilil
led justly promi,
In the inline of the Ust interests of the
district ;iki null urnl 11 ml otherwise ns
well us ol ilemocr.ilic suircss, the cello
resounds l.luis lorcvcr!
W. I. Jknkiss.
West s Mills. X. C.
Af l.lt HKNIIIF.NTKK.
A Mail Who Knew AHliellle In I
lie Itlclen Time.
incut He bits liecn tritvclinu 111 the
country lor iiImiuI n vrnr nnd hits lev
turetl lit ninny of the lending cities in
this State mill South Cnrolinn nnd hits
the rcputtition ol hciitii well iuliirmefl
111 d n p'oil sietikcr. Snncof TliK Citi
ii:x le.ulcrs niioht Inn I it intcresliiin to
heir his lecture. The nilmission tec is Id
The"Millard Farnfof 100
.aa.,.'"u: acres, adjoining tluj city on
PUBLIC NOTICE tl A , ...
ine eiisi; sioM! in neuucarcnei
.Mountain, 111 lots on terms
to suit the purchaser. Jtcau
In need ol Chiiin, Ciluss, Cutlery. I'lntrd
just fifty year. ,, tnfeht Mr. jq, ";;). , cnll m I...W. lor low mi, w fTord th. to- tfJ tok a 1iv)f jnU.,.,.fiti
tint M. Isritcl struck this town.
imj to Tun .mzi;x this morning Mr.
Israel snitl: "When I came to this town,
filty yenrs nun, it wns iiliout ns small
nnd tnsi"titlicnnt jilncc as could be itiuuil.
There were only live stores J as. W. I'at
ton, who occunifd a siiiiillbnililiiii where
Ileantcu Knnkiit now are; l. II. ,tr
rcll was 011 the Krounil where the build
ing now used by (iraven N: Thrash is;
Col. Jos. C li 1111 11 hail a small Ira me build
111K where I'owcll & Snider now hold
lorlh; the buildiiiK otvtiiied bv Jus.
Smith stood where O'llonucH's liar is
now. The old buildiim was moved back
to Water street when the present struct
lire was meted, nnd is still there.
"Isaac T. Purr sold kuoiIs in the frame
iiiuiuitiU on canon avenue, next to W
li. W tlliamsou's block. He had the finest
store HI town. A nart ol the Kindr block
only two stories liiuli, anil the Illicit Ho
tel, were the only hotels. The Johnson
House 011 1 ne corner 01 ration a venue
ittul (.hureh streets was built in iMfu
and wns cotisiilercil a marvel of architee
inriil ability. The town hud only ubotit
.'ill mhabitiiuls and wits not iueorHirn
ted until severnl yenrs alter. Isaac It
Sawyer, fat her ol Gtiil.J. I'.Sawycr, was
tue ursi niuvor.
Mr. Israel is now (1(1 years old 11 in I
still linle anil hearty.
MAMION'H MM) HAI.i;.
nnet'iHi Trnln i;ach n- Mound
Trip Fare only ai.jio.
The bijj In ml snle nt Marion, which U-
Kius to-morrow iitttl will continue until
I'Vidnv, in attracting unusual interest
A Swcinl trnln will run front Ashcvillc to
Marion each day, leaving here nt 7.;iO
n. m., mm will return each tuylit after
the snlc. Kotmil trip tickets for this sue-
rial trntn will lie sold lor l.f0, ami
Asheville will no doubt at tend
in n body cncli tlnv. . Some-
Dtxiy is k"'K t make ln money
nt Marion, and only those who
are present nt the snle nnd buy lots can
lie mon the lucky ones. Asheville renl
estate men known nood thing when they
ce it, and the Old North Suite Land
company will hiive no renion to com
plnin of this end of the line when their
WTThe occftsion of occasions will lie
Hurinn our C.uln Week," commcncinir
Wednesday next, and lasting four days.
Juliu Carr.of Durham, likely the most
Kominent irentleman in the State 'for
lYemor in '93, J,to respond at the
banquet to the toait "The Resources of
Kngllah and French
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNQ LADIES AND LITTLE OIRLI,
No. 40 Prencb Brosd Avenue.
MRS. BURGWYN MAITLAND, . PRINCIPAL
1 For mnjf yrn A .sorts tc Principal of ML
Vrrnnn InstitnU, nsltlmorc.)
Assistril tjr a cnrit of cinnprntcnt teachers.
UIUI 11 J
A Had Hnllroiid Wreck
occurred several tlaysnijo on one ol on
most imiKirtaiil trunk lines. NoImiiK
hurt but all the bnj,'K'iKC except the
Koller-lray Trunks wns smashctl up.
Iluy tuie. Sdd bv dealers. Made bv II.
W. Kt dtrcc llms., Kicliinond, Vu.
A New MOHd lo HIIhh.
If you are .vise nnd wish to become
heaithy and wealthy also, vou will use
Roller KiitK or liltrtric l.ilit flour; Ih
cause the Asheville Milium Coinpanv's
Hour is not only thcliest but thechemirst.
To the Public.
Il has Iktii known for some time Hint
I will Is? 11 candidate lielore the demo
cratic county convent ion far the noniinn-
lion for the otluv of SuiieriorCourt Clerk
ol Itiincoinlie county. I have just been
inlorineil that the reort has Ik-cii circu
lated that I will not abide bv the division
01 me convention in ease Its tlecision is I Knpii At l.lehtenlwrnrr. I'nney (SriMfrs,
ntlverse to me. I desire to say that I W""''J InHirin thrlr many frlc-n.lsnnrt custom.
such a renort iloea nu- n inl ii,iiii. T1' ,h"f .h"v' "' 1 ,h,lr Orneerjr anil
Sinn it rt port oiks nil a (treat injustice. I Conlietlonrry huslnrss to Messrs. Krvrll N
,ii .mioiiiiiiiiiu ,v ei.-onis n ine
convention I consider that my
Is hen-iiv irlven (hat I hut Inrer anil vnlim.
ahte tract ol' Inntl known ns Hie Kitt-r Iti'tul
harm, Ivinti almiit lou - anil one halt miles
irom .vsiti'viur. on the I' cm-a Itrnnil River,
it'liiiinlnu i he Innils of r I ack. tl'irmrrlv
thrlrnniinl nr Antler ft nil Iracli and the
large islme til' Mr. Ctorn Vauilcrl'llt, will
u.- iiiv, 'r,i inn, smnii tmeis anti stun al pals
lie auction about the tirat ol' i H'tti -er aesl.
As sniift as the survrv ana liri n ri,n,i,U.1
lilur prints of the same cn Is- hml lit apply
intc at the ottice or liaviflm.n, Martin A; Jones,
7 U-itai llloek. where terms anil particulars
nt sitk- will la.' made knon n
N'n land in th'scountv urt'ris irnirr i trac
tions to nttlThast'ni. It l-cvuuvlnir the t'tinv I
citrvcttfthr Fit rich llronil im It Hwrrim nrimmi I
I the 8trvhrrry Iff ill nenr ihc Itttnunlmv. unit I t . . i . , .
coiitKiniiiK hill.vi.lky nnd Irxil land. Mixnmii, WUri)HWHMl HHMMI HOOTK I
felt 1N ! Btltl iflrna In Vatrtctv autri.-ifn t In I 1
there are' iil.nnt ami acres In this aplnnlld larp,a ill to IlliyOllO I M'el IH ll'tl
Intel Inntl, anil the lots' till Iw set apart
Flirlhrr iwirtuiiliiiii will K aluM j
rri!niii"n"u''""",hcm"M,',Trt,l,l'for m" cheaiM'st aenuic, by a lare
niargin, now on tlie inni ket!
ForeHt and fruit trees! I'n-
THE KQITITABLK LIFE
K. D. Monroe, AgU,
Asheville, N. C.
iinter X'j Hiuith Main atrrrt. autai'.tf
The UHiial eoniiniHHon will be
paid any one brinjrinjr,!, buy.
or. tall on or uddivtM the
underHi'TKMl at 211 Hay
wood uti-oet, Axhcville.
nouor is iiletluril to 11111111 bv its
choice, ami if I urn not the fortunate one
I shall not only not I it candidate, but
will support the nominee with all the in-
lliicncc I can command. I hope this will
is.' saiisiactory to my It ienils.
W. K. VlH NO.
Asheville, N. C, July SH, IHIMI.
WtiKiirr, who will continue the liuaineas at
..Kr.hr' THE IEH, SIMPLEST AND CHEAPEST
iimrni pnirontiur tnni nan iktu Iwntowrd
I'nilTLAM) CEMKXT AMI
LUW18 MADDUX, I'm
1.. I'. Mcl.OllH, Vlee-I'i
I. U. HANKIN, C'aihitr
DiMCToas.-Lewis Maddux. M. I. Ilearden, M.J. Pkk, J. B. RanUn.J. U. Ray, J, It,
8. H. Reed, Ceo. 8. Powell, C. M. McLoud. Kn"
CAROLINA BANK, S
uritaniied May 1st, ihhn.
CAPITAL, $50,000. SU RPLUS, $20,000
Does a General H&nkinaj Husincss. Deposits received. Ksclianne bought .h w .....
Icetiona made on all aeeeaail.li is.lnut. hi iavlnK I'eature will receive special tt...l'....
On all sums in this department, depoaltt'd (or four niontna or inur i.,i.. . .
of per cent, per annum will be paid
Special attention Riven to loan, on real eatatr. which will be placedl fur long time oa ical
(In Saturdays the tiavlnR Hepartmeot will be open till a .,
Open Irom ti r ni. to 8 p,
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
ai7 u ay wood Street.
AIVWATKR THUKOUHLV FILTKRKD on Ihc Prviulncn.
Twcnty-Hve years ol practical expericlui. eoinhinnl with IHS.okai. intention to nil dt
t.H.ol the business and H-rfre nrmri-cm. r.t, tr ci.shj.,k. and ,. ul all K,.,,
manufactured, enable the i.n.prl, tor it. pres. ut tu hi. numerous patron, a .uprrior class ot.
Cat lionatril Kevcragi'.
Vichy nnc! Seltzer Water in Siphon
liium r Alt and nil. the various ilavora m son A WATUK ready for .hipment an.i rr,err-i
(ree inClty;iimiu. om uf town onlerslmu.t have aa.roNsini.K rcleren,-,.
V. H. CAlWrBH!.!,.
ESTIMATES MADE ON APPLICATION. MOUNTAIN PARK HOTEL & COTTAGES.
MOT sF R NGS, N. C.
I-'oi-Hiiniplo of wcirk WHiTilc
Walks in front of Ita.VHor &
Sinith'M l)riif Stoi-tiii(l West
oi n (. jirolinii Hunk. I'orCon
(Toto llloek Walk w that in
front of (.'ariuicliaers Dnifj,
Portland and Domestic (V-
inont, Piaster and Uniu foi
c. i:. MOODY.
(ifllcc No. 30 PmHoh Aemif.
Tl:l,UI'tlllNH NO 4tl
Warrhnuae nnd I'ae- ry near Ivnt.
. V JJ,l
upon thrm I
WIRE HANGERS IN THE MAHKET.
I H KMT.
House with n rooms and A acre, land on
ttt-nvvrtlnm rnnd. I , null, f'tttn Court
Himnrv. A put j to C. H. CtlOI'UK, on the
liriiiiisrs. ausJ.1 tr
I4kTi!r.?.nijal CURES THE LEAVES ONLY.
flail bwla. weak kMMjra ! bla4
tHUwt. r claim that these hannra are cheanrr
1;. coi 1 in.
Rexil Kntate Agent,
OFFICE 3 MAIN ST., MOHQAN't BOOK STORE
Kcnl Kntiitc hintirht nnd mifil nt nnhllc anrf
inTHir nine, nrn ctt ii't'irn. i riintitirtrti m
Kml Mfllntmnil Aurtloti bulnm li L'tiirln.
ton. A. C Irn vrstn. nnl will mivm iiromni
iii iiuBintmi put in my cnnrgc.
is tmm tMntli. miwimm sialuia
tha kllya. kla.rf.r mm lint,
that these hana-rra are cheawr
tnan any nlheriare detachable, and any
numiier can be used per stick 1 Insure a anl.
form barn of tobaero: more tnliaeeo ran tat
"red per barn s tobacco hrinn better price.
does ant bralari stalk la not ettred, .avlnn
wei ana tint. Any barn ran be used, Ham.
pic am t with pamphlet for crala poatact.
inquire for them of your atorektepcr or
agent, trtheydonnt keen them send tons.
rlc per 1,000. with ntlcka, s.oo
Prlc per 1,000, banfen only 4.90
8end cash with order, or noods sent C. O. U
Two active white ir'rls Apply at
ana-aidlw IT Tattna Avenue.
PIRTIIRF TRAMPS tobacco hakseh mtb co.
1 IUI Ullt MlfllllLUl I Hou.ton,HHf county, V.
Cheap Rate to all Points.
KAII.HOAD TICK UTS bought, told and
tschanired, All transactions maraateed,
C. P. RAV,
Opposite. Bwannanoa lluul, aalB dtf
Gold, Silver, Ivory, Oak, Ollt and Corabl.
nation Monlrilnaa. Also Room Mouldinn.
Pictures Matted, Mounted aad Framed at
lowest prices and work imaranteed. Bnrav.
Insrs, Palntlam aad Local Views always oa
a S. Main St., AaheTf lie.
Dr. D. F. ArHngton,
Pllllna' teeth a aneetaliw. ! 1..
eaaed (uma. and all dlaram pertalnlnV to
tne tirntarstrurtara. (tmet room, on I'at
ton avenac. over Itavaor a, .miihi.
Buy UnlMi Gulda Book
CoiuHiund Ox.titrn and Medicated Balaam
Vapor baa proved mure aucceuful la the treat-
meat of diseases o( the aoae, throat and lunirs
thnn all other remedies combined. It seldom
tails In any case of Asthma. We hare cum I
many ople In the four years we have been
la Asheville who had given up all hope. Call
at ourofficc anil wcwill live ynathelrnamea
We also make a ciitlty of dlacaacs of the
rectum. If you arc afflicted with I'llea come
anil net relief. No twin or loss of time Irom
business. Relief obtained at once, anil nu
return, aa w make a radical cure.
HALHAM AND OXVUKN IIOMU THIIAT.
Wc have a home treatment that Is very ef-
eeitv. in an diseases or the air paasaKes. Wr
have prrscrilirtl hundreds of these home
treatments 11 nil sent them In every Mtalc In
R'octniti in Cuttact. Upon the GriundN With
TAJSLE 1JOAIU) AT HOTEL.
-PRICES FROM izz
$12.00 . TO : i..nn
P ER WEE K.
BUILDING LOT OR ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS IN HOTEL BOARD FREE,
In Ihc New and (.rowiiiir Mountain Renort,
(Near Afthcvillc. IM. C. nml miimninf. i...i.i i . .
... .j H .miim. 1 tin. ixunir. 1
IIothi. Ht Ash iNi-,isn now. I
.!:,,a'.v:.s"i,r1r,',w HM fr,,m :'" ,o r "".
Ttt5."",,M,n" f"r three yenran-otu Hi, Ir tlnleand aretn..a-r.hlr
.T the i'io !! ,'?' r"r, ",,r cj"' '" -.(li'" "Xi is t?x
-II .h,.!..i. . . " k '"'"'"rilivoil have thn-e yinr. to do .0 Iim vou tan
OTIS A.IIT.T.KI? -
VUm Trmtn ,n " M.-rr a. CcntM-Or Urlai M0.1t.
SKYI.AND MINERAL SPRINiS, N. C.
Eight Miles Mouth of Anhevllle, on the A. H. Rallroatf.
New htiUla, aew eottaitn, new furniture, beautiful rin n.. . ,
48 MINERAL SPRINGS
White Mulphnr, Alum. MuKncsln. Iron anil l(p..un. Thoar ti-cklna hTio. , .
l.f UUJ.. . u.111 .... ... ....... - 1111.1
the ttnlon and some wonderful cares have Terms reawnabi, ' rnM,rt ' "s nealln, water..
Iieea obtained. I
li. A. aUvYElNIS.
Asheville, N. C.
A "mall pamphlet, deseiiptlv of Aahevlllr
nnd also captaining- nur treatment, sent free
on apiilleatlun. Alao a Hat of uueatlona aim
with each pamphlet that everyone shoiild
have before aentllnn lor home treatment. The
questions when properly answered enable as
to make a correct dlajrnoals of each ease.
W have treated many haadred eases with Door "h, Hlllldsl, MoUldlll)(M, HtairwOrk, Mantel), Bank
the Compound Oiydtn and Kalsamand have ""r 'iure, and all kind of Building Material.
never had a case to hav. hemnrehnite from V OOC1 IUllllCr Work H SlCCiuItV.
Near Pataanifrrr ikmai.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Maaulaetarrra and liealera in all kinds tn Ihraard "
lungs slier taking the treatment.
Iinn'tkt your prr.luillce keep yau awar,
out come aaa.iatahw for jrouracU. Better
sacrtde prejudlc thaa your II. Consulta
m n . ....
w.., r (.oatiys icweiry Htor. near
Orand Central Hotel, Pattoa Avenue, A.he.
vllle, N. C.
T. J. IIAkUAN, M. D.
WIS ARE GOING TO MOVE
TO NO. 31 NORTll MAIN STREET ' AnnilT Aliiie-r
- r-.wviW9l If,
And until that date will aril all good, at 10 per rent, of) vust. Vou will do well to Ink ad
vantage uf th. low prices.
Just are our larg. Towel al liltt ct and lie happy.
UoaHfurawti Look oat aad look la t
Our Oil Inch Table Linen at 4M eta.
Asheville Dry Good Co.
J. 0. MOW ILL, Maaam,