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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 30, 18,)0.
A VERY KNOTTY PROBLEV
HOIWKKKKPKRII UK HKKV
An Offeror Help to Oricnnlxe and
Aauiat In HoIvIiik tlt Uueatlon or
MervHiiItt That are Worth Their
Eiutok Tiik Citizkn: I notice fro
rending your impcr several iirtivlca on
tlic uljcct ubout thr trouble tlmt on
lioiiHckecx.-ro arc (jreutly tronlili'il nbou
the cooks that lire employed with oh
private families. Il l am not miirh mis
taken there is a Krvut fault with our s
called honsekccx.TH by them not knowing
iiiueh about housekeepiiiK themselve
There is no tired forhousekeeK'rsto niaki
sueh a fuss in the iaiers about cook
have known Aslic villc for the insl forty
four years anil to the Uui of my know
ede I have nevei knew many jjooil house
kccticrs unless they have liccii iiuporte
to Asheville since the war. It a jjooi
nousekeeier will lollow this plaiim know
iiiK what she will have to eat on to-mor
row, have her cooks to attend every at
ternoon, to have her chickens killed uui
cleaned and il they arc a little old
sprinkle a small 'ipiatility ol soda
them which w ill make them tender.
there is any idle time about a hoarding
House or private launlies it is m the
ternoon. Treat your servants with kiiu
less and alwavs apisar to ilieui in t
wiimaiihood and mil will soon hud von
servants to bceouie attached to you.
Three Mldi-a lo I In- uut-atlon.
lililTciM Tim ClTIi:: Keep the bid
rolling. There are three sides lo this sir
vant jjirl ipiestion. Why not jjivc then
all, and thus uivc the "ilcvil his due." 1
am a siill'erer, ami so thoroughly ilis
justed with billing servants ill the orili
nary way, that words tail to express the
exact slate ol my lccliiit;s upon this sub'
jeel, and I have lniiy since decided not t
hire another one without eomiiiendablt
reference from her last employer, vh
too, must have some moral and Iiusuicm.
record to uarauiiv a yood servant. Tliii
nlau is "niiilc 1 . 1 1 u I 1 1 von know" anil
the only correct one.
Iain a lannilmii ami have a (join
knowledge of the foreign luauacuiciit i
M'rvants. Ill well regulated households
no servant would Ik1 employed unless sin
iMissi'ssed the loUowinu reiiiiisites: First
the ahihtv to is-rlorm the
ipnreil ot her. jhvoihi, a
meiulatioii irom sonic
honilv of well
Here, as in m iliv oilier localities, I
have noticed thai employers arc nidi
rcclly to blame lor loose, lazy, kooiI-I'oi
iioiliinu servants. .M.tnv woituu, an
themselves too ignorant of lioio-cliol
unties to proiK'iiv manage a house am
servants. Thev utliel to know absi
lutely nolhiiiK about work; think il is:
disgrace to them, ami their siln , limir.
husbands cncoiinic this noiiscus
Hence liicv ilcKinl loo much upon sei
vanls still i making llieiust lvcs uioie d
tK'iuleiil. The cti'iiiiui: setv::ai know:
this, and is nut slow to take ;ul vuiu.il:.
In the liu-an lone tn.i tiers nrc yrowiiu.
worse every day uiililltiir.iohleoluoisy
lazy, tilt 1 1 x . iiicliicicnt, low bred bin wel
ted, tio'uccount-nniinals, think ol until
inj: but sill ratiiiciition. Nature cr
nonilicil and pauiereil is lliru.l upon us.
from which, under existing cireiiuislaii
ccs there is no ri Hel.
.Now, we should first comvt ourselves,
then teach tliem that they uiiisl prop
erlv till I lie bill or o hungry and naked
This will wake tliiui up to a sense ol
their duly as nothing else can; imlccil it
is the only remedy we have. Feeding
and clothiuu them at the back door with
out ieeuuiary or uioral eoiiiK'iisatioii is
a grave mislaue. Wetieet nol hois.' to
ooil help Irom other localities, for this
state ol domestic alllution is universal,
anil no one is so much at limit as tin
Ten lo twelve dollars ht month is not
too much to pay lorpitol help, whoivi
their time and energy lo their employers.
Some are worth even more. This point
must be Koverued by the kind of work,
ability to do, and uciiir.il wear and tear.
Cumieusalc a kooiI working woman
liberally and exact ill return pioil value
for vour uioiiey and see that vou ncl il.
or dismiss them from your home and
heart, l-ct your moud hand clothing
p to the regular dealer it you must seli
It. The public, in justice to itself, should
also six' to il, I hat they are not led and
clothed claiuleslinely, as thev now are
in many instances. This should rcnll)
have Ui'ii the first consideration, as this
fcviliiu; "on the sly" is the cause ol more
laziness utul vagrancy than iinytliing
else. If ladies who are lieller aeipiainted
here than I am wish to orgiitiuc, and
traeh help how to do, I, licing a worker
nnd not ashamed of it, w ill volunteer to
jlivc them sysleinatie iiislruetioii from
lime to time in any branch of domestic
labor. lA't any six ladies conier to
gether as to time and place, publish a
cll for a meeting ami 1 will lie one
among them to assist in aomuo, tins
knotty problem. I'koi.hi.-s.
HuIIIiiiii MrHlKiiM llldM 4or
the Cll Hull Opened.
The board of Aldermen assembled last
niht at H;.'l(l o'clock in the mayor's of
fice. Present were; Messrs. Fitzpatriek.
Wolfe. McDowell, Miller and Mayor
Mr. Trexler asked s'rmission to tear
down nn old building on North Main St.,
ami erect n new one in its stead, Kelcr
reil to committee consisliiiB of Messrs.
Wolfe, Mellowed and U'onaril.
Mr. 15. I). Carter, for II. II. Carter, and
others, reipiested the city topvc tlicin
exclusive permission to pi the streets,
to carry natural gas lo dillrreut parts of
the city. As no formal SK-cihciition
hnil been prepared, no net ion was taken.
Mr. Lynch asked tlmt his share of the
receipts ol the public mules lie increased.
Moved and curried that he lie allowed
two-thirds instead of one-hall of receipts.
Mr. K. M. Furmnn asked that prop
erty owner, on Collctfe street be allowed
to advance taxes to pay for paving Col
loge street a distance oi 300 Icet, licKinn
InKntMnin. Ix-ft to n committee com
iiosfd of Messrs. Miller, I'itzputrick, and
Wolfe, with power to act.
Lawrence I'ullinin tendered his resigna
tion hi alderman on account of prcssinjf
business duties. The resignation was ac
Caleb Ionnrd wni chosen policeman
In place of Mr. Elliott, resigned.
It was decided that the ordinance for
bidding the sale of einrs by the druK
tore, on Sunday, should olio apply to
hotels, and be enforced.
The bids for the city hall were then
.opened and all rejected. A committee
, consisting of Messrs. Wolle, Leonard,
and FiUpatrick, was appointed to confer
. - with eontroctora and report at next
. aiectlng. It ia understood all the bids
I too BIHII.
IHDonlap'a Pall Shape, lust received
at WhitlockV 8 South Main street.
Forecast III! 8 a. m. Muuday
Fair northerly wld Mlallonerjr
M. J. Berswaneer, of Richmond, Vn., is
at the Swammnou.
Col. Frank Coxe, is pushing matters
for the organization ofhis new bank.
Only one case iR'fore the Mnvor this
morning. Calvin Johnson, a drunk was
Mr. Ed. Ilrown was elected orderly
snrgeant of the A. I;, 1. at the meeting
The Flower Mission will meet at the
rooms ot the Y. M. C. A. Monday after
noon at 0 o'clock.
An important mectini' of Krseuc Hook
and Ladder company will lie held this
evening at H o clock.
15x-t5overnor Dunham's death at
Waynesvillc, was caused by the burst
ing of a blood-vessel,
William Rymer and L. IJ. Wliittaker,
both ol Iluiii'oiiilic, were granted a mar
riage license yesterday.
A very pleasant Herman was indulged
in bv about twenty-live couples last
light at Mattery Park. C. VY. Murphy
led the dancers.
Mr. W. C. Newlaud, brother of H. A.
Newland, of Asheville, was nominated
lor solicitor uf the Ninth judicial district
at l.enoir yeslerdav on the tenth ballot.
Captain M.J. I;ugg has returned Irom
Mont vale Springs, Tcnn. lie gnincil six-
tien pounds in I lie fourteen (lavs spent
there and kvls eiilirelv restored to uood
A drunken man vellincand ciirsiui! and
ikiiih iirauueii aloni: hv two policcmc
each uraspiai' a wrist, was one of the
unpleasant sights on ration avenue this
Aniline the arrivals at the Grand Cen
tr.il yesterday were II. M. Hruwn, Mar-
h ill; .. II. I ranklm and wile. I'lal t'uu
Tenn. ;J.A. Iluel, Sprinuficld. (').: I. C
i'oiii.iss, .iorguiiion, i.
Kloliert Cole and S. A. lohnson. charred
Willi (ilitainiiiH money under false pre-
iciisis. npK'arel oelore Mpurc Suniiue
mis inoriiiiij; ami were liouim over
next term of the criminalcourl.
KeL'isten'd at Ilatterv I'ark vesterda
were: . alkcr, Ku-hmond ; Jas. K
nuii.iiiis, uiiiiiuiton; .Mrs. Ada C. Sut
ton. Miss Lillian it. Sutton, Louisville
T. t'ornis, Cirand Haven, Mich.; T. II
M'litlierland and wile. North Carolina
U . L. Sahl. riuladeloliia.
The Misses Lou and Amv Van l'lcek,
teachers in the voiitiL' Indies academv of
Saleui. N. C, who have been visitini;
mono, uieir pupils in hast lennessce,
ire now in Asheville, the L'nests of Cant
mil Mrs. I'a. Thev are charmed with
the iH'.iuty oft he scenery in nnd around
inc cu v.
The Sum; Serviccaud Kvanuelistic Hible
Study at the Votinu Men's Christian As-
sociatiou on Siiudav alternoons is made
ni v attractive to young men. The meet
Hi: is iielil lor one hour from . to ti o. ni
I'he subject uf the Hible study to-morrow
1 be Itiowth ol the Kinedoni." Mntt
l:t: :tl-:i;t. All men are invited to attend
II. C. Iluuill, siiiieriiitendcnt of enr-
K'lilers. loruiallv wilh M unlock, Cnmn
kII iV Co.. ol ChieaKo, is siiH.TintcndiiU'
he ci eel ion ol . l. Iluiii'hlelintr s house
I ery handsome residence rapidly ncar-
coinpietion near the liuiiualow in
West Asheville. Mr. Ilueill is in the
oiiniry lo stay, and understands his
The yihlan Henefll.
The l'ythiau iK'netit was nn unipmli
lied success. The weather wasnot of the
U-t, but a g I sized iittcndiincc was
had both nights. Last night voting was
lone to determine who was the most
IMipular voiiiil' lady, and the most nop.
uar rtiiigm. i ue lavors consisted ol n
eaMii lor the young lady, and nenne for
lie Knight. Miss Mane Iiupreeof New
irlcaus. received sixty-four voles and the
eapot; .Miss I Ira Reynold followed with
lly-scvcn voles, li.i votes were cast
r J. L. Carroll, jr., and to-ilnv hesiMirts
lo.iwl,..,.. ........ XI. 4 II if
presseil close IkIiiikI with 174 votes.
I he Knights arc under ureal obliea
ions to the ladies who assisted, and ten-
let tliem their thanks.
A Worthy Mubject or Charily.
There is n bright little girl, nine
ears of age, now in the Mission Hospi
tal under treatment lor a deformed foot
I he doctors hoiie to improve the foot
ci v much, but tin I it necissurv to have
in iron shoe S'eially made for the pur-
sc. i nts win cost lo or The
dies will Is' greatly obliijrd for dome
ions towards this oliieet from nnv one
nterestcd. Money ciin lie Iclt with the
natron at the hospital or handed to any
me ol the managers or medical stall.
(leorge Ruby, n earKiiter. fell from the
tccplc of the Catholic church vesterda v
nil reiTived lour bad sculp wounds and
as seriously uniireil internally. Dr. II
l.oiigstreel Taylor attended him.
MitH-HHl Nkyland MprliiKH.
Mr. Miller has made several good sales
of lots in Skylnml Springs this week, lo
parties who win lutilil.
This new resort is going ahead rni-
inn tneniie mineral springs licing the
flue round of the fire alarm will lie
sirucK every tiny at iy o'clock.
Jamhs I'. Sawvkk, Chief.
jrTlic annual meeting of the Asheville
I oiinccii association will be held Monday
"icptcniliec 1st, IMUO.at the office of the
Farmers' warehouse, at 10 o'clock a. m,
Members must pay annual due, nt that
time. li. I. lliii.MKs. Sec. and Treni.
frir Appreciating the wnntsof the ladies
ol Ashe villewe have selected from our large
wholesale department a large lineof sam
ples of china dinner sets which our sales
man, Mr. T. L. t'.oir, will have nien Srp
tentlier 1, 'i and ,1, nt the (".rand Central
hotel. These good will Doiitivelv lie
sold ot imiKirters' price, nnd Mr. Goff
win ne picnseii to show hi, line to any
one needing n nice dinner set at a sur
prisingly low figure,
li, 11. Tavi.or & Co.,
IhrWhy does the United States Mutual
Accident Association ol the city of New
York increase in meinliership at Ashe
ville so fast? Ilecause the intelligent
people of Asheville know avhat is good.
IhrTlunlnp', Fnll Shapes Inst received
nt WhitlockJ, 4H South Main street.
For the cure and prevent ure of
diseases 1, the result of life long
titdy and long series of experiments
t - : ! .. i , . . .
oy u pnmeinn, vnil HI J. IX, Morgan
St Co'a. bookstore nnd see the in
strument and a long list of testimonial,.
Do not delay a, the agent will be here
only a few day,,
WDunlnp's Pall 8hnpe, Just received
at Whitlock's, 48 South Main ,treet.
A WKU INFORMEn NKIiRO.
Brier Hlnlory or the Mew Princi
pal or the Colored Mchoola.
lid ward Stephens, who has come here
as principal of the colored schools, was
born in an English colony in South Amer
ica. At the age of two years he was
taken to England. He attended the
school there, then went to Paris nnd
from there to Switzerland, where he
graduated from a university. Subsi
fluently he took a post graduate course
in a German university. He speak
rrencn, Herman nnci I'ortiicese tluenl
also Spanish, Dutch and Italian. I
siieaks English with a slight French ac
He has traveled extensively; has been
almost around the world, nnd spent
year in Africa ns a missionary.
He has nothing whatever to do will
politics and thinks it would belter for
the negroes ot the South il they paid less
auciiiion to sucn tilings.
Mr. Stephens will lit once begin the or
ganization ol a Y. M. C. A. for colored
IH'ople. He started one in St. Louis last
year, and hopes the iwople here will take
an interest in the work so as to make it
a success. He remarked vesterdav ti
Tiik Citizkn that it had been his fortune
to enjoy advantages which are denied to
many of his iHiiple, and if he could do
any good to bis nice he would lie satis-
Mention of a nieetiin! to orifiinize a
colored i. M, l. A. is given elsewhere.
A Mew Kiilerprlxe.
The Cnrolinn Woodworking Company
was i rgamzed yesterday. It is it stock
company and starts with $12,000 cap'
tal. The officers are; W. M. Williamson
I'resiilenl ; U. li. Saunders, Vice I'resi
dent; J. U. Uiekerson, Secretary and
treasury. The directors arc; (i. A. Shu
ford. C. E. Moody, C. It, Leonard, anil
R. I. Fitzpntrick. Mr. H. W. Fitch is
The mill is located on Soulhside nvc
The Reception l.aHl Night.
Mrs. W. K. Connelly gave the last ol
her Friday night receptions l ist night nt
her beautiful home on the Swannaiioa
The spacious grounds were lighted by a
nruii.oit uui moon in n icrleetlv elearsky
assisted bv innumerable Chinese l.inl
ems. About one hundred mid fifty guests
were present, ami the reception was one
ol the most enjoynblcevciilsot the season
Colored V. M. C. A. Meeting.
On Siindav afternoon n meeting will be
held at Isaac Dickson's house to organ
ize a V. M. C. A. lor colored men anil wo
First Presbyterian Church Rev. W. S
I . Bryan pastor. Divine worship to
morrow nt 1 1 a. in., mid H.I Hi p m. Sab
bath school at 11.45 n. in. Young k-i
pics' meeting at 7.15 p. in.
Central Methodist C lunch Snmlav
school at 11 ;io a. ni. Pre icl.ing nl 1 1 a
m. and nt M p. m. conducted bv the pns
tor Rev. (i. C Rankin.
Trinity C hiirch llolv eoniniiiiii .n 7..'lo
n. ni. Service at 1 1 a. in., service at
First llaptist Chun li Rev. Will II.
Osborne at 11 a. m. I: piism ul S p. in
and sermon lollowiug.
The meeling nt Riverside church con
tiiims to grow in inn rest. Rev. Mr.
Troy ill pieach to ni-lii at 8 o'clock.
Services to-moirow at 11 a. m , and S p.
i. All are invited to attend.
It has been the luisurc of one
R. R. Rnwls to go More the
loaril of Alilernien nnd aivuse me ol
obstructing Willow stnvl by standing
vehicles lliereon. Now I wish to " :v for
the lienclit of Mr. Rawls and in justice to
mvself that I have never stood nnv vehi
cle on said street, without hor-es were
hitched thereto and then only for a lew
nioimuts at a time, Mr. Riiwls' state
ment to tlic contrary notwithstanding,
but wish to state that the greatest ob
struction on Willow street caused bv
any vehicle has been Mr. Rawls' garimgc
wagon, which alter iien.u Hacked snuare
across the street to haul the uurhai.'c
diimH'd in wagon, has I sen lei I alone
lor Hours nt H time and Ihcliorscallowcd
to wnnder over the street nt his will, nnd
it would obstruct the street in such a
manner that parties driving, it would
Is; necessary for them to either call
in some one standing near to
lead the horse to one side, or eet
ut mid move him themselves
I either lady or gentleman as the case
may be I. Mr. Rawls also states that he
has gone lo great expense in the im
provement ol Willow street. Now if
Mr. Rawls has ever siient $100 on the
street that has not damaged it five times
ns inuch.it was hclorc my recollection ;
nut masiniicn ns .Mr. Kawls has spent so
much to improve the street nnd for the
nccomtiindiiiitniof the nulilie.it would lie
well lor him to provide n small boat so
the public can get from Main to Church
street without having to swim through
mini ami water.
The above in regard toirarbnue wnunn
I can prove ns correct.
. II. Woonv
WheleHMle Prleea on Frail Jar.
My tlic box only: ouartii. 7.r cent tier
ior.cn: one nan gallons, im cent aozen.
Casli only. No v is the time to mnke
up clulM, and save money. Alwuyi low
est privet at Law's, on South Main St.
MTThe annniiniTment or the comnli
mentary german to the orehestrn at the
Hattcry I'ark on next Friday niirlit will
he received with nleanure bv all of our
uvivij loving ioikb.
A Bud Railroad Wreck
occurred icveral dayi ago nn one ol ou
most imiHirtnnt trunk line. Nobod
hurt hut all the baggage except the
Kollcr-Tray Trunk win smashed up.
Buy one. Sold hv denier. Made hv H
W. Kouudtrec 8t llroi., Richmond, Va.
A Mew Road to Bllaa.
If you are wise and with to become
healthy and wealthy also, you will ue
Holier King or lilectnc L,lgnt Hour; be-
cause the Asheville Milling Company's
our is not only the best but thechcaocst
To the) Pabllo.
It hns been known for some time that
will be candidate before the demo
cratic county convention for the nomina
tion tor tne omce ol Superior Lourt Clerk
of Buncombe county. I hare just been
informed that the report hns been circu
lated that I will not abide by the decision
ol the convention In case Its decision is
adverse to me. I desire to say that
such a report does ma great injustice.
In submitting my claims to the
convention I consider that my
honor is pledged to stand bv 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 hooe this will
be satisfactory to my Mends.
W. R. Youno.
Asheville. N. C, July 38, 1800.
A Great Kcheme.
We call attention to the advertisement
ol Skvland Springs where Mr. Miller
otters $1110 in board at either hotel in
Skylnml virtually free. This is a novel
way of bringing into notice anew resort.
ami while it is a very hlieral oiler it will
pay in the end, ns nil judicious advertis
ing will, 1 his otter litis already crowned
both hotels nt Skvland Springs and
brought into notice the line mineral
Index lo New Advertisements..
Lost This oftiie.
To I.kt J. A. Tcnnent.
To Lkt 11 Pnttou Ave.
Wantkd L. A. I'nrinhnlt.
Lost nnttcrv Park Hotel.
I'os Runt Win. Johnston, r.
IIoahiiinii IAN Chestnut street.
House, 7 rooms, fully furnished. Possei
ion 1st of Octoher. Annlv nt
UU31I lw" 1 I'ATTIIN AVH.
No nil H. Main street, suitable for nil otliee
orsmitll store. WM. li HINSTilN, Jll ,
ltu.1Ullw KM N. Main Ht.
Sim room hoiist in West linil. from Scot. 7.
,1(1 s month. j. A TliSNliNT.
ANTliU AT ONCK.
A cnmiK'trnt miiMHntciKlvnt fur hrlckvnril.
Onr who unilcrntnnilii kiluiiiK nml n hrnt-
Unn hurntr. Ann v tn I.. A. FAKINIIOl.T.
Nn 11 Mc Loud huililinu. nr bv Icttrr to IV
A Scurf lMn-a iiolil tlv net with iKiirln. Tht-
ftnihr will k ri'wnnlt il on IvavittK nntiic at
OA KDI NO.
At lftH Chi'titntit Rtrrct. Inrut? hutitie with
well vt-ntilitti'il room it. hot nnri cnlH hnth.
clom tH, tVi. Hiuli Ini-ntion, ntar enr Urn-.
IVrtiiN nt-ci mi muriut in;.
A nllvrr wfltrh I'cflonu-tcr. on Court Simnrr.
U'lti-n-il on hai-k I. II. O. 11. A Mtiitnlilr re
ward will Ik- piiiil by kavinu It at tin- oilier
a nanrrv iwirn noici.
An tii'irant houw to rent: cvrry convru
very h uitlwomt'ly furnUhrd ; nhout a
on- irnin inr ctmrt nounr. Apnlv to
nuK-Midat an 1 'at mn Avenue,
House willi II rooms anil .1 nen-s Inml on
lit'iiveriuim roiul. lis nilli-s from Conn
siiiiitv. Apply lo C. S. CIMII'HK, on tin
prrimsrs. aut'J.'l tf
THAU. V. TIIKASII. I. M.TIIKASII
IN PRICES AT
MM in mil Mm 1 1 nil iin
I iITj UuMAL ML
SH'cin11,v on Sioiiy)Hatli8
.MilKOll H 1'1'UIT .IIU'8, U'l
- ii. . .
Cmim Fiim'smth, Water Cool
ers. 1 lit'H" wo will sell lK'iirl v
at coHt. Cliinn ami I'orce
n in ('liiiinhi'rSi'tsnwn vdown
nml cverytliinurin our lim 11
luri'tl ( )ur olijift in ninkiim
tlHHt low lu'ices is to iimki
ooin fur a Ijii'jxh stock soon
to nrrivo Onr Imi.vit iiik
innniwr, Mr. Thntl Tlirnsli
will leu ve for tlio Nortlii'in
mm-kets nbont the 1st of
Septemher to (Hiri'luise, di
rect from heiKlnunrters. one
of the Inmest, luiiltlsomest
and most complete stocks of
this kind ever hromt'lit to W.
N. C It will consist of ('rock
ery and House Furnishing
(ioods in their br.inches. tine
reneh and (iei'iinm China
n Tea ami Dinner Sets. All
kinds bric-a-lrac : eleirant
)r?sents, suitable, for wed-
injf, birthday or for your
best" : fine nnd common
ilnsswnre, Silver Plated Cut-
ry nnd common Cutlery.
Coal Vases, Baskets, IiMinjs
from the clieapst (ilass to
to the tinest l'arlor. .Jan-
anned nnd StnniK'd Tinware
and many other useful and
ornamental articles which
space forbids mentioninir.
ith ouralready larire stock
this will enable us to lie head-
iuartei'8 and lenders in this
lass of Goods and at nrices
that will astonish vou. We
nre now in better position to
please you than heretofore.
Our capital is greater and by
jiersonnlly buyinf? the (Jood's
direct it gives yOU Tjl0 j.
vautap4 and benefit if you
will only deal with us. We
keep the celebrated Charter
Oak Stoves nnd Knnges with
WireCiuaze over doore, whicli
we aii) offering very close.
Do not forget the reduced
prices. Come and buy what
ou ikhh! while they last.
Thanking you for past fav
ors and soliciting your pat
ron n go. we are youru very re
spectfully, THAI). W. THHASfl & CO.,
41 Pntton Ave., under Grand Opera llouw.
Oold, Silver, Ivory, Oak, OIK and Combi
nation Moulding. Alto Room Moulding!.
Picture Matted, Moanted and Pramtd at
loweat price and work guaranteed. Ungrav
Ing. Painting and Local lcw alway oa
m S. Main St., Aahevllle.
Dr. B. F. Arrlnston,
VROKOM 13 DBMTiaT.
Pllllna teeth a itwriillv. Alan n.im au.
eaard gutna, and all dlaeaaea pertaining to
th dental alraetnre. OIBe ronma on Pat
ton avenn. over Kavaor ami.h'. h.
Buy Llndacwa Guide Book
toW.M.C. Price as eta.
BALLARD. RICH & DOYGE,
StoveM and Tinware.
PLUMBING, GAS AND 8TEAM FITTING, SLATE
AND TIN ROOFING.
PAINTS and OIL.
THE PASTEUR FILTER,
IN AM. NliiltS I'lIK I'AMII.V
AND IKlTlil. t'KIt
fiuitrnnleed lo be lii rni Pruol.'
A I.I. Kl.l S KHI'T IN STUCK.
rOHTLAMt CK.WXT AMI
Forsaniple of work sin Tile
Walks in front of Ilnysor &
Smith's Drug Store a ml West
ern Carolina Hank. For Con
crete DIock Walk see tlmt in
front of Cai-michael's Drug
ESTIMATES MADE ON APPLICATION
Portland and Domestic Ce
ment, mister iiiki .Lime ioi
C. li. MOODY.
Olllce No. ; 1'iiltoii Avenue
THI.UI'IIiiNH Ml 4il
WnrehouMe nml I'ne'.-r.v near I'r t "
ConiMiunil Daygrn and Meilicated Hulaam
VniHir ha proved more aueceaafulln I he t rem
tnent of dlaeaaea ol the none, thront and lung"
than all other remrdir eomhined. It aeldom
'alia In any enac of Aathma. We have cured
many iieople In the four year we have Iwrn
In Aahrville ho had given up all hoie. Call
at ourolNer nml we will give you thrlrnamra
We alan make a aiccinlt.v of iliaenae of the
..u.. j,,u an; itmii'tt'ii witn rilea come
and get relief. No piiin or lua of time from
Imalnraa. Nrllrf obtained at once, and no
relurn, na we make n radical cure.
P.M. SAM A.WI IIXVOKN IIOMIi THItAT-
Wc have a home trealmrnt that la very ef
fective In all diaenaea of the air naaaagc. We
have iireaeribed hundred of theae home
treatment and acnt them In every Htatc la
the Union and omc wonderful cure have
A amall pamphlet, deaerlptlv of Aahevlll
and alao captaining nor treatment, tnt fro
nn application. Alao a Hat of queatlon con
with each pamphlet that everyone ahnuld
have before arndinc lor home treatment. The
iiueatlon when properly anawered enable aa
to mak a correct dlagnoalt of each caw.
We have treated many hundred caw with
the Compound Ozydrn and Italian) and have
never had a caw to have hemorrhage from
lung after taking the treatment.
Don't let your prejudice keep yau awav.
but come and examine for youraelf. Better
acriner prejudice than your life. Conaulta
tlon fret, .
0111c over Coahy'a lewelry More. Bear
Orand Central Hotel, Pattoa Avenu., Aahe
vlll., N, C. i
T. J. HARGAN, M. D.
ASHE VILLE AU
ICE RATES FOR
In uuimtitle not lew thun one ton ut factory
In iimntitten not leu thiol onr hnlfton at factory
Ill Ml pound. .Ill tieketa, 111 poullila each
noil ,, tin " to ' "
7O0 " UN " -'(1 " "
7B0 " 1.1 " .til " "
10110 11) " mo " "
Tieketa In dollar iiiekiiKa und nnv iilaiillt,r
uur ulliec for cuah or tick la.
Asheville Ice V
Telephone N. 36 and 40.
15EST ATIIllACITE COAL
For mhIc at Wlinlrim!? anil Kvlnll by
ASliKVIKLli ICK AND COAL. COMPAIXY,
Telephone 36 and 40.
ICxcliimvi Aiccma iliomi-attc and Kteaml lor Wcatcrn North CarnHna.
LKW18 M ADIM X. I'r.
I.. I. Mol.llHB. Vlee-l-rra.
InaacTOH: Lewla Maililua, M.I. Uenrrien,
8. H. Keeii. tleo.
8. Powell, f.
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, B-
Doe a Ocncrul lli.nkinu Htiainraa. l)eioaila received. BxchanRC bought and aolil. cm
lectiona made on nil iiccraaltiir ointa. Tlic
On all auma in thin ilrimrtnicnt, ilcpoaitril
of 4 per cent, per annum will he paid.
Special attention aiven to loana on real eatute, which will be plaecdl for lon time on real
amiable term a
Open Irani U a. m. to a p. m. tin 8tunlaya the 8nvina Dcpurtment will be open till p.m.
ai7 Haywood Street.
AIlWATKR 'I llOROI .H1.Y
Twenty-five year ol prkiliial capi-iicuce.
taHanf the buaineaa uud peileet uiianuenienia
mannlnetured. enntil- tl- propriilor 10 prea. nl
Vichy iiiid Seltzer Water in Siphon.
Oingrr Ale and .ill.llu varioua llavora ul SODA WATUH ready for ahlpmcnl and l.llrt,,
Irre lnOit.vliinitH, iiiiini town onlera;muat
MOUNTAIN PARK HOTEL & COTTAGES.
HOT SFR2NGS, N. C.
RotiniM in CottacM Upon the Grounds Willi
TABLE liOAUD AT HOTEL.
-- PR ICES FROM
$12.00 TO $14.00
:P E R WEEK.:
A BUILDING LOT OR ONE HUNDRED
lu the New nnd Growing; Mountain Reaort,
(Nenr Asheville, N. C, nml niljoiniii the Viuulcrhilt Eatntr.)
VniirchnliT of imy lot in the plot for 1ihi. Vou gel a Warranty Deed
Itllle iierfcetl nn l a reivipt for SUHI. with ten eoupona nttneheil, each eou
H.n ror Jill. Thrae eouHna nre good lor ltl each In payment fo. board at
any of the hntrla In fckvlnntl.
IIotki. 8t. Amu m ikii now. 1
llorm. IIonx veaaaT inn now jKntiii from tail lo 0 per month.
I'avii.ioh lloi'.K lielnu imill ,
ThocCMiiMina nregooil lor three yearafrom thilr ilulrand aretriinaferable.
TMinTorr. inn nnv (nmfor voor ehoiee of a Wiiiililul building lot; you
get tne III!) all linek in lionnl ; vou htive three venr to do ao in; you can
II the i'ouihi' a to aoinc one elw If touilo not iic them ; nml nt or belorc the
enil ol three year your Lit will lie worth from :mo to Huo or more.
OTIS A. MILLER.
Take Train out l 9.10 A. M.-fare
I'HI'.li Nt'Ti ItHi'.B, City
HOTEL51 ARMOHD-HOTEL BONNYGREST
SKVLAND MINUR4L SPRINGS, N. C.
KlKht Mllea Mouth of Aathelllc, oil the A. H. Railroad.
New hotel, new cottage, new furniture, beautiful grovea.ncat tcnnl nnd croquet lawaa,
48 MINERAL SPRINGS.
While Mulphur, A I Win, Mngneain, Iron and Kpaom. Thow (eeklng health and pleasure anil
elect aocicty will not fall to vlall tkla pleaaaut resort aad drink of It healing water.
A)hellte, ft. C.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
ManUfiUlltirrTfl nil Ikaalara In aall kl. lw '
Door, HmmU, Blind), Moulding;, Stalrwork, Mantels, Bank
and Bar fixtures, and all kinds of Building: Material.
Hard Wood Lumber Work n NneHuliv.
nnv I dl v
WE ARE GOING TO MOVE
TO NO. 31 NORTH MAIN STREET ABOUT AUGUST 17.
And until that date will sell all good at 10 ier
vantage of the low prleea.
Juat e our larire Towel atl avi eU and be huppy. uur Oil Inch Table Linen at H el.
Don't forget I Look ovt and look In I
Asheville Dry Goods Co.,
J. 0, H0 WILL, Maaaftr.
of lee may tie obtained from drlvcra nnd .
No.'jo Patton Avenue,
. B. RANKIN, Cajhlrf
M.J. Paint. J. B. Kankla. J. B. Kav. I. u. ...
May lat. lH8a.
SU R PLUS. $20,000
SavInK Peuture will receive 'in rial atlention.
for four montna or lonirer, Intercat at the rnu-
FILTKRKD on the PreiulMeft.
combined with rxuwiNAI. nttrntion lo all il,
far CLKANLINKa and imhitv ol ull goHla
to hia numrrou patnina a auirrlor eln of
have aanroNMni.B rclercner. -
C. H. CAMPRKM..
DOLLARS IN HOTEL BOARO FREE,
as Ccala-Or IH-lvo Month Mile).
Avent. !IH Patton Ave.
E. A. LeVENE,
Near Passenger Depot.
cent, on coat, Vou will do well to take ad