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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 2, 1890.
HARM KMT 7
into. Name a Place and a Day lo
Meet for the DlacusMslon nf the
Mcrvant Olrl QueMtloii and lo Act
on It, no That Peace May RcIkii
Editor Tiik Citizen: It tlocanot take
any one with two eyes to ace tlmt you
are a chumpion for the ladies. Thanks
for the sly punch yon gave "Observer.
You know how to reprove without giv
I am sorrv lor "Observer." His fate is
a and one to have lived forty years and
known lint four uoml housekeepers. I
am like Owen Mertdith:
"Wc mnv live without poctr.v. mu.ie or urt ;
We imi.v live without eutiHciciicc, we limy
live without lii'urt ;
We can live without love, we cull live with
But cIvIImciI men cuituot live without cooks.
"He may live without books, for what in
knowledge hut KricviiiK .'
He tuuy live without lltiic, for what is
hooe I iti L ilct-L-ivillu t
He may live without love, w hat is pUKNiou
hut pitliiiK ?
Hut w here ih tile tnan that can live without
"Observer" must lie n hc-honsckecpcr
which is as ureal an auotnulv as a slic-
dude. I could sav inticli to knock his
theories entirely in the head, but I think
his own acknowledgment throws him ei:
tirelv out of our reach. If he is so nn
familiar with jjnod Imusrwiterv, he is 1111
doubtetllv unlit to lead us up higher; nut!
1 leave him to his fate, totally unci "iiscii int.
of the nuiuy kimmI tliin.cs in lile thiit lit
I can see that "I'ri'urcss" knows what
she is talking about. Hie has sulTcrcd.
and "it is the lellotv fcclinK that mako
us wondrous kitul." In sonic rcsitccls.
1 also see, site docs not understand t in
southern laborer, but she has I lie tlesirc
to help on the jiniil cause, and as stuli
I'll Khnlly welcome her as a Icllmv
What tlo you say, Mr, Militor, to :i
called nieetiiiK for I'ridav alternoon nt
S o'clock, September ."? Then let us
sec how many women in Ashcvillc an
willing! to K've their lulp and iulbieiut
ton cause, that, if properly managed,
will (jive us iiiikIi rebel Irom evils mulct
which we now stiller. leu Iii:n.
With this letter the servant prl tlis
eussion isclosctl except as lo iictual ac
tion, if any lie taken, by the ladies. As to
a place of niectinj;, Tin: Citikx shhjji'Mi.
that "Ich I lien" rally Iter friends at the
house of some lady interested utu! jjivt
notice thereof in Tins Citikn that "I'm
i;ress"(and Krh.ips "i bservn"i may at
tentl. Sujjucstious arc in order now.
Main Weather lroiiect Conjur
Wkavkkvii.i.i:, X. C, August US. IVr
the last twenty-lour hours a eueral rait,
has I K.CH tailing in this cotnmtiiiitv. Out
local weather prophet says he knew tin
rain was couiinj; as a party had yiue to
Crajjfjy. This ptopltct nf ours never
misses it ; he said we would have warn:
weather in Jtt.ie and we did; and now
he says there is likely to U- cold weatbci
A certain "linirtcenl h amendment" in
this coinmuiiitv has iactl illforsomelimt .
His frieuils iIiuiikIii he had licciicouiurcd.
so a "brother, who saul lie could re
move the "hoodoo" was called in. The
"doctor" said he must have two silvci
dollars to "bile." He pretended to put
these into a tin cup on the stove, but the
money is gone, as well aslhcdoclor. The
patient is improving.
Mr. 12. M. lioolsliy. of the treasury de
partment at Washington, is here for a
1'rof. M. A. Vost, president of the col
Ickc, arrived thisaltci noon with his bride .
nee Hoofunule, of Abingdon, Va.
Mr. K. T. I'ickcns of Vadkin College, X
C, is visiting relatives anil friends.
We are sorry lo note that K. II. Me
Cluire is very low with liver.
i.i ;t thk i.aiii:m atti;mi.
CarrlaiieH Will he I'luced at Tlielr
As the lots to lie offered at the nrrnl
auction sale hcKiiiniiiK to-morrow an
residence lots, anil maiiv Ashcvillc ladies
have expresseil a wish to see them and Ih
present nl the sale, c. images will Ik
jilaceil at their ilisHs.il by the inati.ic
nieiit, and a siccial invitation is ".iven
them to allcntl. Carriages mill 'buses
will lie in readiness oil the Court Square
to convey all who wish to (jo upon the
ground, and il unv lady prelers to have a
carriage scut to her house, an order left
at the olticc of Atkinson & Sous will se
The KnveiiHcrnn Hchool,
An impression probably prevails to
some extent that the recent death ol
Mrs. Mnclloii'ild, the wifeof the principal
of the above institution, will iulliiencc the
movement of Mr. Maclhumhl ill connec
tion with it. Wc are authorized to say
that there will lie no change in its man
agement., ami it will ih- continued as
heretofore under present conditions. The
loss of the matronly siiicrvisioii of Mrs.
McDonald will lie appropriately sup
plied. I'liauice of Melirdule.
Ily a change in the Richmond anil Man
ville railroad passenger train schedule,
taking effect Sunday August ,'U, the west
bound train which formerlv left Ashcvillc
at H.OH a. m. now leaves nt 7.,'I0 n. m.,
and the Murphy branch train at 7.M5 a.
m. instead of 0.10 us lorinerlv.
(.rand tiala Week.
Hig crowds are nlrratly coming in, and
by to-morrow the citv will be crowded.
The first thing on the program will In
tra; contests by the ritlc clubs. The
hooting will begin to-morrow morning
at nine o'clock at Ilildcbrnnd's brick
yard, three hundred yards north of the
terminus of the Camp 1'atton street car
The first prixe shot for will lie one hun
dred dollars in gold, given by Cnpt. V.
K. Mcliceof the Richmond and Danville
The following tennis were entered and
will be on the grounds:
Columbia trnm, Sampler team, Lnni
bridge team, Wilmington team, Richland
rifles, Chandler team, Ilttsliee tenm, lllack
Mountain team, Ashcvillc team No. 1,
and Asherille team No. 2.
" Benches will be provided for the use of
ladies and the best of order will prevail.
WTFor this week onlv at the Crystal
Palace you can get a 131 piece Havilnnd
. St Co. China Dinner Set really worth $00
for $45; two 00 piece Havilnnd China
Tea Set worth (20 for $10; seven China
Toilet Sets 13 pieces reduced 25 per cent,
from price. If you let this offer pass by,
you will always regret it, as they are
bargains worth seeking after. Tbad. W.
Thrash & Co., 41 Hatton avenue, under
-Grand opera bouse. . - . -
rnn ltPTVPlvr AROIINn TnwN TIICV HI CAVniJ 17 I IP i innei n new Mnmrninnii
rUl n iU&Ulirxu. - . iiili nuii fntw a i.u.
Porecant till a a. m. WediieHday
Fair In the Interior portion of the
Mlaleiraln on the count warmer
except Ntatlouars temperature on
Hie coast i uorlhweaterly winds,
The Glen Koek had fifty arrivils yes
terday. Mr. W. J. Ilrnneh returned from More
head City lust night.
Mr. Frank Loughrnn proprietor of the
Hickory Inn, is in the city.
Mr. U. II. Lewis will meet the boy's
class nt the V. M. C. A. Wednesday af
ternoon from 4 till 6 o'clock.
Kev. 11. II. Mathews returned to Wake
l-'orest yesterday to complete his studies,
this being his graduation year.
An infant child of Mr. W. J. Young
on Depot street died this morning. The
remains will be interred at Riverside cem
etery Walter J. Mathews and J, W. McKoy,
who received the county iippoiutn euts
lu the Slate agricultural college, left yes
terday for Raleigh.
Mr. A. I-'reck leaves to-morrow for
('.criiiutiy, his fatherland, to lie absent a
month tir two. Mr, Franklin will have
charge of his shop during his absence.
Among the names on the Swiinnniioii
remsier yesterday were Miss Manic
Hrecn, Miss Carlic Henderson, Xcw Or
leans; X. 1. Canieruoon, Atlanta; J. 11.
I'ok; and w ile, Miss Maitler l'oie, Miss
Minnie l'oic, Austin, Texas.
The allium! meeting of the Ashcvillc
Tobacco Association was held Septem
ber!, ituil the following otticers were
elected for the coming year: . A. l'or
tcr. president; F. A. Hull, vice president,
ami 1C. I. Holmes, secretary and treas
ure. The address of Prof. I1. I'. Claxton on
his observation of "Student Life in t'.er
uiniiy" to-uight at the Young Men's
Christian Association promises to he
very interesting. The meeting will com
mence at S o'clock. All memlicrs of the
Association are invited to attend.
Mr. Sites, the former proprietor of the
hotel Claiborn, with his family, will
leave for Ashcvillc in a day or two. His
Iriends here regret lo see them leave.
They have made most excellent citizens
ami will carry with them the heartiest
wishes of our icoplc. Durham Sun.
The sales of tobacco fur the past venr,
from Septemlier, ISS'J, to Scptcnilicr
ls'.iu, was oV.i l-2.ti7P, pounds, which war
sold lor S-.i'.i.i.-'IIo.iO, an avcrngc
$1."i.ii'.i tier hundred oountls. This is the
next highest average made in this mar
ket. In l.ss.l ami 1SS4 the average wus
Amoni: the arrivals at the Grand Cen
tral yesterday were: J. W. Reed, Grcens-
horo; t. l . Pacot,- tumtn Carolina
I lios. I-.. I .race, witc, child and sister,
New Orleans; I-. 1. Davis, Henderson
ville; C. I'. Kimball, Tampa, Fin.; G. A
Wingert, Knoxville; Dr. O. C. Wiggins,
Providence, K. I.
The joint meeting of the Woman's
Christian Tcniicrnuce I'nion and the
Voting Woman's Christian Temperance
I'nion. 'which was to have been lust Thurs
day afternoon, was postponcdoti account
o the inclement weather, and will be
held in the V. M. C. A. rooms on next
Thursday afternoon nt ." o'clock. All
itlicers au.t members of both Fnions
ate uracil to allcntl, as ihi meeting is of
Mr. R. Mcl'.raver told Tin; Citizkx
this morning that Col. Frank Coxe hat
received a telegram tillering him the sen
atorial nomination Irom R lit her lord and
l'olk counties Col. Coxe declined the
olltr "and," Mr. MeHrnver adtled, "I
think this shows plainly that the scnti
incnis ' I those two counties were not
correctly represented ill the delcgatis
who atlcuileil the eongressioiiul conve
Hon in this city."
J. D. Dunn, Xew York citv; John Phin-
.v, Atiuusla. da.; I.. S. Johnson, Gar
rettesville.il.: o. F. Cnwthon, Mrs. O.
I-'. Cawthou. Miss Fstellc Cawthon,
Master Waller Cowthon, Oroelle h
Cowthon. Mobile, Ala.; Mrs. MeKnrv
Miss Wiggins, Wilmington, N. C.J John
IMincau, Richmond; .Miss l-cdcllc, Char
lotte. X. C; Miss Williams, Fnvettcville.
X. C: Ii. R. Horty, Haltinttire: Walter
Williams anil wile, Charleston, S.C., and
Arthur tl. Taylor, MiddleslHirotigli, Ky..
were registered at llattery Park yes
Three That Will Do.
l-'rom lite Xew York Sun.
Heshoultlut sav shoulder arms to
"Whv not !"
"They have nothing but swords. lie
tight to say shoulder blades."
Mrs. Laitkin I reailiui; I Mrs. McGill.
ol Salt Lake Citv. found a $5 gold piece
in the crop nf a chicken she was dressing
Lnrkin .Now look out for nn F.nglish
syndicate to buy up all the chickens in
"Tlmt was n bail scare Mrs. Parting
ton had the other ilav."
She went to a pantomime and
thought she hail suddenly lost her hearing-"
The Unla Week.
It commences to-tiiorrow niomini! bv
the oiivning of the grand land sale on
Mcrriinon avenue, at 10 o'clock. Al
ready visitors from a distance are arriv
ing and looking over the property, and
all express tneir astonishment at its
iK'iiuty, One gentleman who had gotten
information of the sale has come all the
way from Pittsburg, Pa., has examined
the lots ami will buy. The excursion
will reach here to-morrow afternoon,
bringing six or eight hundred people. Wc
would advise evcrylmdy to attend and
buv at least one of these fine lots cither
for a home or an investment.
Mr. C. I). Story, of this county, sold a
toatl of tobacco at the Star warehouse
here for nn average of twenty dollars wr
cwt. I he plants were set out just sixty
seven davs licfore. Greensboro Patriot.
MTDunlup hats, full shapes, will lie
displayed first Saturday in September.
1.1111 ana sec tnem nt v unlock s.
For the cure and preventure of
diseases is the result of lile long
study and long series of experiments
by a physician, (.nil at J. . Morgan
St Cos. bookstore and see the in
strument and a long list of testimonials,
Do nut delay as the agent will be here
only a few (lays.
The Dally CltUen.
Is always alive to the Interests of
Aslieville and its people.
Is the most popular advertising me
dium in North Carolinn.
Is read by n greater numlier of people
than any other secular paper in the
Is alwnys filled with tie choicest read
ing matter of the da v.
Hoarding houses fill their rooms by ad
vertising in the Citixkn.
News, and all the news, makes the ClT
ukn a general favorite.
No retail merchant ever made a irrent
success without advertising. Try the
An advertisement in the CmxKM pays
the advertiser an hundred-fold.
HOI.IU Bl'HINlCBM NKN'H HOI.II
All It Mceda Now la for Home Kn
terpn. 'nn Spirits) to Take the
Lead, and Aahevllle Will Have a
Fair lo be Proud of.
Thb Citijkn interviewed scvernl of the
solid men of the town yesterday on the
subject of having a Western North Giro
linn fair as proposed by Tun Citizkn
Monday. Everybody seen was heartily
in favor of it and thought it would be a
helpful thing for the town.
Mayor Wanton said: "Yes l am in
favor ol it, or anything in the wny of
amusements that will draw icoplc from
outside. It would be u splendid thing
for the town. I think the best location
for it would lie just this side of the Sul
phur Springs, on the larrett place. That
is a good level country and the electric
ears will be running' out there lieforc
Mr. W. A. West said : "Splendid! If we
could work it so as to havcthciuierstiile
drill and shooting contests, and the fnir
at the same time, it woultl do this city
and the country around a wonderful
amount of good. 1 think the only draw
back would lie in taking care of the
crowds. Yes, I think either the Sulphur
Sprint's country or Pearson's, or out
Mcrriinon avenue, woultl be a good loca
tion." Lew is Maddux snid: "I hadn't thought
anything about it, bul it couldn't help
being a good thing. Of course we would
have lo have a large level piece ol ground,
and il would have to lie near town, or
else connected by railway, and even then
not too lar out The fair and the inter
state drill in unison would draw immense
crowds and Hint is what wc want."
Frank Suidcr said that of course be
was in lavorof it. Anything that would
draw the crowds woultl help the city.
The hotels, boarding houses, groceries
ami nil the enterprise would Ik bene
titled. The foregoing opinions are but sam
ples ol what the people think about a fair,
and no one lias anything but encourage
ment lor it.
The question is, How many dollars'
wort hot' slock docs cneh one think of
the project ?
Wholeanle Prices) nn Fruit Jara,
Ily the mix only: quarts, io cents per
dozen; one unit gallons. '.IP cents dozen.
Cash only. Xo'v is the time to make
up clubs, ami save money. Always low
est prices at Law's, on South Main St.
trjjTA new lot of Jersey suits, real iK-nu-
tirs, for children, at Whillock's, HI and
48, South Main street. tu ih sat
MDon't forget the Ik-ucMI gernian at
llattery I in k on 1-rainy night, Scplcni
W'Our dress shirts are the in st fa
mous in the country. Sec the new styles
now displaced in our window. Whit
lock's, 40 and 4.H South Main street.
A tirent Hchenie.
We call a I lent ion to the advertisement
ol Skvlaud Spiiugs tv'iere Mr Millei
offers Hmi in hoard at either hotel in
Skylautl vii lually free. This is .- novel
wnv ol bringing into it iiice niie-v usort,
and while il is a very liU-ial oiler it will
pay in the end, us all judicious advertis
ing will. This oiler has already crowded
both hotels nt Skyland Springs and
broil'.:, it into notice the line mineral
TyOurclo'.lii 'iris equal to high class
custom work. Try one of our sails and
be convinced. Whitlock's, 411 and 4H
South Main street.
A Had Kallroud Wreck
occurred scvernl days ago on one ot ou
most iniKrtant trunk lines. Xolmdy
hurt but all the baggage except the
Roller-Tray Trunks was smashed up.
Iluy one. Sold bv dealers. Made bv II.
W. Koundtrce& bros., Richmond. Vu.
A Mew Road In Hllna.
If vou are wise nnd wish to Is-comc
healthy and wealthy also, vou will use
Roller King or F.lcctric Light Hour; be
cause the Ashcvillc Milling Company's
Hour is noloniv tneliest nut tlici h' ancst.
A conns-tent srninstre-s who will work hv
the (lav in a private family. AddrrsM
Al US 1.1 NIIS,
citlilHt Citiirn I imce.
Nn ml 8. Main street, suitnhle for nn iiRicr
nmniiill store. KM. J' IIINMTll.N, JR..
iiuMIKIIw (IN N. MionSt.
His room house In West Itntl. from Hent. 7.
fin a 'Month. I. A THNNIiNT.
uu.'io l I w
pvK HA i.e.
A line tirc-tfullnn cow, will! call two weeks
old. Cow and cull S IM. Cow S t.!. Address
I'. (I. Ilox n.'IJ sepl d.'lt
Dr. B. F, Arringtont
IMIIinii trrth a iM-iSnltv. nlno trrntlnir iti
eniH-d Rtimti. and all ilinrati iK-rtninintf to
inc nrnmi Pirncinrr. imikt roomn on I'ai
ton avenor, over Kay nor Ik. ttmlth't druu
HotiMe with 1) room, snri A seres land on
Beaverdsm road, IU miles from Court
Hiliinre. Apply to C. M. COdl'KK, nn the
liremlses. unJ 311
ANTBII T ONCK.
A competent iiiMrlntrndrnt for ttrickvnrffl.
One who underntandu kiluinit and a flmt-
clmoi hurner. Apply to A, FAKINtlOl.T,
rto ii Aieuona uuiiutnii. or ov lettrr in
O. Box fiA5. u30 d3t
ftnmc oeonle UsTree with The flan's nntnlnns
about men and things, and some neopl
don't : but everybody likes to set hold of the
nrw una per which fs never aull and never
arrntn to sneak its mind.
ttemocrntt, know thnt for twent? yearn
The Sun has foicht In the front line for nrm
oeratlc DrluHiiles. never waverlna or weak
ening In its loyalty to the tmr Intrrrsts of the
party It serves with fearless Intelligence and
disinterested vlvor. At times opinions have
differed as to the best means of accomplish
ing the common purpoMi It Is not The
Hun's rault li lt baa seen lurtnerlnto the mill
BlKhteen hundred and ninety Is the year
that will probably determine the result of the
Presidential election of 103. and nerhaos
the fortunes of the Democracy for the rest of
tne century, victory in inn? is a fluty, and
the beglnnmrof 1HOO Is the beat time to start
out In company with The Ann.
imny, per montn ....ao so
Daily, ocr year 6.00
flunilay, per year ....... I.00
Dally ann Aunday. per year ft. 00
Dally and Hunday. per month 0.70
Weekly, one year , ,.. 1.00
AddrtM THB IVN Mew Vork.
ANBW DRBD, carefully prepared by lead
Ing member of the Ashcvllle bar ion
no neavy nat oaDer). cov
eiing all aeceeear points, jnst ont nnd now
1 or tne L'tmu pdium
mw Co . No. North Crt ftomarv ftaa1t
Lost Oaks Hotel.
Wantbo Box Boa.
WANTRn W. B. Troy.
Pok Hunt W. T. Weaver.
Wantkh L- A. Pnriaholt.
Canks Model CiKAr Store.
Pus Kknt (i. I. McDonald.
I'iik Balr H Mountain Street.
Miss IIkssih JrsTlCB Dressmaker.
At'Tt'UN (loons II Redwood M Co.
Two furnished rooms nt No. B0 Bailey
Street. 0. 1 MCDONALD.
A thoroughly efficient white Housemaid,
with good references. Wanes, Sin permonth,
Address P. U. HON GUI!.
A urn of money; return to Onkx hotel or
rint Nationut mink, riirty rcitirnniK "
Onk will he liberally rewnrtkU.
Ten or twelve uooil mnHon uti'uily work.
AfMUy Ht W, 11. I ni'I
Thnt In rut lifiHtflliiir hotme on Pnttun avf
nui , IrontittK Rnttt'ry l'aric, 4 nitunit, well-
Riiniicu KrouiiUR, ttnc view, kkiiiidu rrninit,
W. T. WKAVKH,
epa-3t P. O. Box Wl, Aiiheville, N. C,
Stink Hnd flxturtu fnrii urocerv nml uro-
vinlon Htre;a good i-tmntc fttr "a Ihihhu'hm
ptmnn. tan ai no. Aiountnin nireci,
MISS BESSIE JUSTICE,
Fashionable - DreHiuaker.
AT MK8. SMITH H OLh 8TANP.
No. M North Main Street. Htnirsi
The HueHl illip1ii.v, you will nee hi the win:
THE MODEL CIGAR STORE, PATTON AVENUE.
Florida ornnyi vaiieti, natural hand leu
with carving; aho Vpai wood. Sea Crane.
I'tilmetlo, Black ManKrovc, llutnllin. All
At 1."h CheKtnut xtreet . InrKt honwe with
well vintilnttrd rnomn, hot and cm htith,
clour tu, Afe. Mich location, mar car line.
TIIAD. A. Til HASH. J. M.TIIKASH.
IN PRICES AT
THE CIIVSTAL PALACE.
Spwirtlly on Sponp' Hatlis.
Miisou'h I' hi it Jars, Ir
t'rt'iuu Fiwaw, AVntT Cool-
ors. Tliiw Vf will.si'll ncnrl.v
nt cost. China nml Poire
lain Clin mlior Sts n way down
mi1 pviTytiimirin our lin rt
(IikmhI Our object in uiiikinu
tliisi low prices is to make
room for a laro stock soon
to arrive. Our buyer ami
maunder, Mr. Thai! 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 stocks of
tins kind ever brought to .
N. C. It will consist of ('rock
ery ami House rurmslnmr
(iooils 111 their branches, fine
r rench and German China
in Tea and Dinner Sets. All
kinds bric-a-brac : eleirant
presents, suitable for wed
ding, birthday or for your
est : tine and common
Glassware, Silver I'IutjhI Cut
lery and common Cutlery,
Coal Vases, ISnskets, Lumps
from tlie cheapest ulass to
to the finest I'arlor, Jap
anned and stamped Tinware
and many other useful and
ornamental articles which
space forbids mentioning
With our already large stock
this will enable us to be head
quarters and leaders in this
class of (ioods and at prices
that will astonish you. We
are now in better position to
filease you than heretofore.
)ur capital is greater and bv
ersoiinlly 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 Itnnges with
Wire(Junze overdoors, which
we are offering very close.
Do not forget the reduced
prices. Come and buy what
you netHj wliile they last.
Thanking you for past fav
ors and soliciting your pat
ronage, we are yours very re-
TIIAD. W. TIIUASH & CO.,
CKYHTAI. PA LAC B,
41 Psttnn Ave, under Or.nd Opera Houk.
I.r cool, airy rirami, honw newly ftir-
tmt car line.
nnra mnn mine. icrm. rcMonamc. Ufl
MRS. J. L. KMATHKRH,
818 Patton Ave.
Oold, Sllrer, Ivory, Oak, Ollt aad ComM.
nation Monldlnm. Alao Boom Monldlna.
Plctnna Matted, Moanted aad Framed at
lowert prices and work gaaranteed, Bngr.v.
Inas, PalnUnas aad Local Views always on
a S. Main St., AabCTlUc.
a or 1 d
Buy Llndacw'a Guide Book
toW.N.C Price asct.
BALLARD, RICH & BOYCE,
- UliALHU.-l IN-
StovcH aud Tinware,
PLUMBING, GAS AND 8TEAM FITTING, SLATE
AND TIN ROOFING.
PAINTS and OILS.
THE PASTEUR FILTER,
IN ALL NIZliS I'IIK I'AMILV
AND HliTHI. t'SH
liuitraiitet'd to rtc tivriu I'rool.;
ALL SIZHS KUI'T IN 8TC.CK.
JUST RKCUIVliD 1
A 8CPPI.V ll'
FRESH LI ME
AMI A I'NIiSII LOT Ol'
Louisville - Cement.
CCT AMI 8IM.IT KKAHV I'tiR
C. K. MOODY.
Office No 30 Pattou Avenue
TltLKPHONlt NO. 40.
Yard nnd W irehotin' tic ir ItMit. Tc'c-
Compound OijKen and Medicated Balaam
VajKir has proved more .uccessfulin the treat
ment ofdlsraarsol the nose, throat and luns
than all other remrillrs comlilned. It seldom
tails In any case of Asthma, We have cured
many people In the lour years we have been
In Ashcvillc n ho had Riven up all hope. Cull
at ourofflcc and wc will Rive you thctrnamcs
Wc also make a sieclult.v of diseases of the
rectum. If you are afflicted with flics come
nml net relief. No pain or loss of time from
business. Kelief obtained at once, and no
return, as we make a radical cure.
R A I.HAM AMI IIXYGItN IIOMIi THItAT
MKNT We have a home treatment thnt I. very rf.
fective in all diieasr. of the air passages. We
have prescritird h 11 nil mis of these home
treatments nnd sent them In every Htate In
the Union and some wonderful cum have
A small pamphlet, descriptive of Ashcvllle
and also ..plaining our treatment, cnt free
on application. Also a ll.t of question, roc.
with each pamphlet thnt everyone should
have before sending lor home treatment. The
question, when properly an.wered enable n.
to make a correct diagnosis of each case.
We have treated many hundred cases with
the Compound Osydtn and Balsam and have
never had a case to have hemorrhage from
lungs after taking the treatment.
Don't let yoar prejudice keep yu away.
but come and examine for yourself. Better
Mcrlflce prejudice than your life. Con.ulta
OIBce over Cosby', lewelry Store, near
Orand Central Hotel, Pattoa Avenue, Aahe
vllle, N. C,
T. J. HARUAN, in. D.
ICE RATES FOR
In quantities not lew thun one tun J f"'-.-";.. J0c. per hundred,
In quanlltk-s not le than one half ton at factory 48c.
IllMI pounila, 30 tickeu. 10 pound, each a.80
linn ,, no in ' o.on
700 11 an " un is.iio
7m " in n, . .. no
lono " " " i'" (loo
Tickets In ilolliir psrkiiKi's and unv tiuintit.i' of Ice may be obtained from drivers and at
our olli for cash or ticket..
Ashcvllle Ice & Coal Company.
Telephone No, 36 and 40. No. 30 Pattou Avenue.
1JEST ANTHRACITE COAL
- - l'or salt at Wholesale and Kcliill liy
ASMKVILLE ICK AND COAL COMPANY,
Telephone 36 and 40.
KucIiisIm Amnts iliomestlc nnd Sienml for Western North Carolina.
LliWItt MAIIDI'X, I'rcs
, P. Mcl.oUU, Vlre-I're..
lliasc'TOK.:-Lewis Muililui, M.J. Hearilen, M.J. Pkk, J. B. Rankin, J. B. Ray, J. U. Kn-.l
8. Ii. Keed. Geo. 8. I'owcll. C. M. McLoud.
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK,
-OrKanisrd May 1st, 1HHM.
State. County anU.Cily Depository.
Hoe. a General Hkiikinv Husiiies.. I leposits received. KxchooKe bouxht and sold, o.l
lections made on all nccesslhlr points. The
Unall .urn. in thi. department, .lepoaited for
of 4 per cent, per annum will he paid.
Special attention given to loans on real estate, which will be placed for Ioor time on real
Open (rom 9 a. m. to a p. m. nn Saturdays the SaviuK Department will be open till li .. n,
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
217 Haywood Street.
All ,WATKR THOKOI VIILV I'lLTICRKI oil the PreluiHek.
Twenty-live years ol nrnelirnl esperUmc, combined with pkmsonal, nttention to all di
tails of the business nnd iierfret nrrnnKcmenis lor cli anlinrs. and ri'kirv ol nil bihhI.
manufactured, ennlile the (iroprielnr lo presi-nl to his numerous patron, a superior class ot
Carbonated HcvcruKcs, '
Vichy x ml Seltzer Water in Siphons.
Hinm r Ale nnd nllltlu various llnvors of SdliA WATItK ready lor .hipinent ami U hvertd
free In City limits. Out i.f town ordersmust have asspoNsiSLB referenie,
C. H. CAMPBELL.
MOUNTAIN PARK HOTEL & COTTAGES,
HOT SPRINGS, N. C.
Rooms iu Cottages Upon the Grounds With
TABLE BOARD AT HOTEL.
$12.00 TO $14.00
A BUILDING LOT OR ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS IN HOTEL BOARD FREE,
Iu the New and (.rowing Mountain Rcaort,
(Near Ashcvillc, N. C, anil niljoiniiiK the Vnmlcrhilt Estate.)
Vour choice of nny lot in the idol for Sloo. Vou gel a Warranty llrrd
Ititlr perfect 1 anil a receipt for Slim, with ten coupons iittachrd. each cou
pon lor fm. These coupons urego.iil lor f 10 each in payment foi board at
any of the hotels in Kkylnnil.
II.itki. t. Armo.vii oH-n now. I
Hiitki. IIiinkvcnkst oK-n now .Riitcs from fail to f -to per month.
I'svii.ion Him'.k helnu liuili )
There coupons nn-good lor thm ycnrafroin their ilntrand are transferable
1 hrrrlorr, vou pnv fliiiil'or your choice of a liriiiitllul building lot: yon
Ret the SKIll all back in board ; vou hnvc three years to do solo; vou can
sell the eoupo- s to some one rle If wiuilo not use them ; nnd nt or More the
end ol three yenrs your lot will le worth from f aim to f iMio or more.
OTIS A. MILLER, rROPRIIiTOR.
Take Train Out at cj.io A. .11 .-Fare as tenia Or Urlva WontH H Ilea.
I'KHIi. HI TI.I'.lir.U. City Aent. 2H Patton Ave. .
H0TELST ARMOND-HOTEL BONNYCREST
SKYLAND MINERAL SPRINGS, N. C.
tight Mllea Mouth of Aahevllle, on the A. 8. Railroad.
New hotel., new cottage., new furniture, beautiful grove., neat tenni. and croquet lawns,
48 MINERAL SPRINGS.
White "Sulphur, Alum, Mngne.ln, Iron and Itpsora. Those areklng health and pleasure and
select society will not fall to visit this pleasant resort and drink of IU healing water.
AaheTille, N. C.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO., f:
Manufacturer, and Dealer. In all kinds of lircaard 7 f-
Door, Hatih, Blinds, Moulding, Stalrwork, Mantela, Bauk
and Bar fixture, and all kind of Building material.
Hard Wood Lumber Work n' Specialty.
nov lil1y Telephone No. sst.
WE ARE GOING TO MOVE
TO NO. 31 NORTH MAIN 8TREET ABOUT AUGUST 17,
And until thnt date will .ell all good, at 10 per cent, on coat. Vou will do well to take ad
vantage of the low price..
Just see our large Towel at Vi, ct. and lie happy. Our (HI Inch Table Linen at eta.
Don't forget I Look out and look In I
Aahevllle Dry Goods Co.,
J. 0. HOWBLL, Manager.
I. B. RANKIN, C.Khi.r
Savinx Feature will receive siH-cial atteniiuu.
four month, or loniier, tnterot nt the ran
E. A. LeVENE,
Near Pnaacnger Depot.
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