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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 5, 1890.
THE WEST WARD SPEAKS.
400 VOTKM KXPKKWt A POP
No One Man Warned bv LaHt
Nlght'a mam Nccllni, Bnl a Rt
olnllon Adopted Asking; tne May
or to Call aapectal Meeting.
West wnrd win out in force at the
mass mcetinu held in the court house Inst
night to nk the Hoard ol Aldermen to
elect n man from that aide ol the city to
fill the vacancy occasioned by the resig
nation of Mr. I'ulliam. There were aliout
tour hundred voters present.
J. M. C.rcen was chosen chairman, and
R. M. Furmnn secretary.
Siecches were made hy Cant. Nntt At
kinson, Capt. T. t. Johnston, J. V. Jor
dan, N. P. Chedister, S. R. Kepler and
others. All uuve gave strong reasons
whv the west ward should ask at the
hands of the Hoard ol Aldermen tne elec
tion of a gentleman from that side of the
Mr. J. M. Campliell moved that the
chairman tipMint a committee of five to
call upon Mavor Itlnnton ami riipiest
him to call a special meeting ol the Hniiril
of Aldermen this afternoon at 4- o'clock,
to which they might present the peti
tions which have Imrn circulated, asking
for the selection of n west ward man.
This resolution wasenrried uimiiimoiisly.
A delegation composed of about fifty,
from the Knights ot l.alior, were present
in the meeting, nnd Mr. Itistice. us their
spokesman, stated that his organization
had unanimously selected Mr. (i. S. Hum
hum, a young man residing in west ward,
us their choice to fill the vacancy upon
The meeting was apparently, without
taking a direct vote iiH)n the tpicslinn.
in favor of making no recommendation
ol any one man to the hoard, hut only
to urge that Mr. Pallium's successor Ik
chosen from the west ward. On motion
the meeting ndjourncd, having well ac
complished the purpose for which it was
The Mayor called the meeting this al
ternoon as requested. The petitions pre
sented made a very formid.ilile showing
against the election of auvonc not a resi
dent of the west wartl.
winner of the t-'trtt-t Price nt the
The great Inter State rillc contest is
ended, linst Asheville came off victori
ous with a score of Sill out of a Misille
3IKI and won the first prize in thetwenty
shot contest. This was the $1imi in
gold ottered hy Capt. Mcllce, of the Rich
mond and liiinville railroad. The con
test lasted for two days. The scons ol
the other teams participating were as
follows: Sumter Oiturds, 1177 ; Colum
bia, l.umlier llridge, .'I7L': West
Asheville, .'172; Kichl.-iud Kill. . ( ; Bus
licc, 3."il; Hominy, Il.'l; French llnuid
::.; Hliick Mountain. .I.'l."i; West Ashe
ville' score, made ycsicnlav nliernomi,
was as follows:
A. II. Ilaird
I. M. Smith 7:t
X. A. Reynolds M
II. It. Weaver 7.1
T. I.. Jolinson 711
Average 74 L' ."
In the ten shot contest the Sumter
ttimrds won the lirst prize. Their score
was 207.71!, and they got $Hili prize
oll'cred liy the Asheville cluli. The Coliim-
liia team won the second prize of ,"iO
with a score of l'iui.7i) and the l.iitnlirr
Itridgc team won the third prize ol $''
with a score of l!o..'is (Hiints.
The other scon- were as follows: Fast
Asheville I'.M; West Asheville l'.Hi; Rich
land Rillc 1S.4-; HiisIh-c Dili; Hominy
102; French llroud 171. The scores
mailr yestenlay afternoon are given U
low. wkst asiiimi i.k:
J. M. Ilirmingham
J. 0. Birmingham
NO SOI'P IN HIM.
An Accident at the Banquet ijnt
Thk Citixkn noticed n young man at
the banquet Inst night who was nppar
rntly not very familiar with high
fainting supiwr. He told the waiter to
bring a cup of coffee and a cup of bond
Ion was brought. He put three large
lump of sugar in it and uunntit y of
cream, and took a good big mouthful.
"Woughfand the face he made would
hare stopped a clock. "Waiter, didn't I
tell you to bring me coffee? When I
want soup, I'll call for it." He got the
coffee but he didn't get a dignified ex
pression for about two hour.
Aaheville . a. convention.
The following rate of fare have been
jrranted by the Richmond nnd Danville
raliroad and connections, to ierons at
tending the Sunday Schoolconvention to
he held at Asheville September IS and ID.
The tariff i known a Siccial excursion
Ticket will be placed on sale good
until September 30.
Hlack Mount n
Brywt "ity, 8.80
To above rate art for tbcinnd trip,
AtJ.N. Morgan ft Co', bookstore It
particularly recommended for all forms
of wakata a ad kiegvlaritica in male
or sraHuso Btpt. D
Forecant till a a. m. Maturdny
Local ahoweisi HllRhlly warmer I
Well, the dust is here; where arc the
street sprinklers ?
Mr. Natt Atkinson has become n resi
dent ol west Asheville,
There were sixty-five arrivals at the
Glen Rock Hotel yesterday.
The regulur meeting of the bourd of
aldermen will liejield tonight.
The West Asheville Brick comp.iny hus
just finished burning its first kiln of brick.
Mr. R. E. L. Craig n recent graduntcof
the South i visiting Asheville for a few
J. W. Schnrtle, after an illness of seven
weeks, is out again and attending to bus
iness. The Y. M. C,
nt the Y. M. C
A. tennis club will meet
A. rooms Saturday, nt 1'.'
A gcriiuin will lie given to-night at the
Battery Park lor the benefit ol the or
I.vilc lackson and I.uev Henry, col
oral, were granted a marriage license
J. F. Grave and wife yesterday sold to
Henry Shcppard a lot on Richmond Hill
road tor 9'J.ihiii.
Sis Kirby and llattie Coleman were
fined $'.' tii-day by 'Smiirc Sumuiev for
engaging in a hair pulling contest
Ir. W. Stuart Leech has estnlilishcil an
olllcc in the McAfee block, as will lie seen
by reference to our advertising columns,
Rev. Father Gross, vieor general of
North Carolina, is in the city for his
health, stopping at Mrs. I.iillailic's, Pal
The regular monthly meeting of the
board ol managers will he held at the
Mission Hosnilal nnSaturdavnltcruoon
September , at .":,'10. Punctual and fill
Mr. Ruins Miller anil son, of Asheville
were in town Monday, looking around
with a view to going into business here,
and also of purchasing a farm near town
Rev. lr. N. S. Parks, of Knoxvillc.
moderator of the last general assembly
if the Presbyterian church, held in Ashe
villi-, is in the city, the guest of Judge li
J. Aston on Church street.
Thos. Rochester was arrested here yester
day on a liciich warrant issued by Judge
I ick for violating the internal revenue
laws of South Carolina. Tliontitli Car
olina courts will continue the case.
Capt. T. I. Johnston intended to ad-
ilress the multitudes at liuvnril I iicwmv
hut Mr. W. T.Crnwtbrd gave a gentleman
ot the other part y such u ibuliliing that
I apt. Johnston concliiilcil morclaiK un
necessary. The residence of Mr. Hoiiglitcliug, ,i
retired Chicago merchant ol wraith, nl
Strawberry Hill is last n.'aring comple
tion. The cost ot the structure will Ik-
about $1'i.iniii . and it will lie a model
ol lieautv and convenience.
Aiming the names on the Grand Central
register vestenlav were W. II Sloan, r..
Cm, in tin l : Mrs. li. t , H.-iC'it. Skclanil.
T. S. Boswell. Brevard ; li T. Greenlee.
Marion: I, T. Attusiiong, l.ouisvill, :
Mrs. T. W Tlir.u k. i. Misses F. and J.
Thracko, and Mis. II. II lerloop.Charlrs
tiui. S. C.
Pr. J. VY.irdlaw Pclliaiu. brother ol
Messrs. W. li and S. P. I'elham. ol Ashe
ville, urriwil in the it v this iiIiciiiihiii
horn Point Pleasant, X. . It will lie ie-im-mlcrrcl
by his Iriemls of the seiinus
illness, blood poisouum. ot In. Pclham
at lllackbv hospital. I'hil.iilcliliiil, where
he was resident phisiciaii. He is still
very ill. and is located at the Mission
Among the arrivals lit the Swntiti.i
non yesterday were I.. N. Cox, Washing
ton.'li. C; li. Rhett, Charleston; P. .
lavis,J. R. Wagner. Thomasville; J. M.
Ilrnwn. A. I Prmlierton, Allierinarle. N.
C; 15. li." Billingrr. Charleston; Mwf
Kruuss. Savannah, R. A. Mcintosh and
.on. I'loriiia: nro. l.nmii nnil wite, Kin
eigh; Mrs. W. li. Gonzales. Columbia:
t hus. M. Mcrrell, wile and child, Green
Cove Springs, I'lciriilii ; Mrs. A A. Stu
art, Miss Stuart, I Iwcnslxiro, Ky,
Tim Citihn's notice of the I.vceiun
meeting Wedncsdav got "killed in the
crush" of west ward mutter yesterday.
Col. Cameron was to read his essay on
The Poet of North Carolina, but he
had not been able to treat the subject to
his satisfaction in the time allowed, and
it was postponed two weeks. Col. Cam
eron's thoughts on this subject are hound
to be worthy hi reputation n oneol the
verv best writers and deepest thinkers in
the state. Next Wednesday thciibjcct,"ls
it exiedieut to increase the city debt lor
treet improvements?" will be discussed
by VV. S. Cushtnan and other.
Mis Mildred Lee, John L. Morchcnd,
Charlotte; Misses Sadie, lilln and Mecca
Curry and J. li. Curry, Morgunton; S.
an Amridgc, Miss S. nn Amnugr, l-iin-n
ie Van Amringe, Wilmington: J. M.
Fleming, Richmond, Vn.; Jas. R. Thomas,
Whittier. N. C: M. II. Aniircchl and
wife, Raleigh; John S. Alfred, Atlanta.
I',n.; Geo. B. I. Imrhy, F.ilmund Ixrvigh,
ir., riiiluiHlphin ; Mrs. II. II. Huxtcrnmi
daughter, Charleston, S. C; J. C. Hill,
Macon, Gn.; I. II. Colllin, New York; lid
win G. Scilsrls. Columbia, 8. C: II. G.
Smith, Baltimore; A. W. W. livuiis, New
Brunswick, N. I.; Geo. B. Shaw, liau
Clair, Wis.; William J. Clinton, Ik-vereux,
N. V., were arrivals at Buttery Park yes
IhT The Tinted States Mutual Accident
Association paid to nicmlx-rs insured in
preferred occupations during the month
of I til v and the first sixteen any of Au
gust, death nnd weekly indemnity losses
aggregating r.i,H;w.io, an amount
greater thun wii ever pnid in n whole
year by any other mutual accident asso
ciation doing limine.
I. II. Hili.iamii, Cen'l Ag't,
Asheville, N. C.
W"This j the night of the complimen
tary germnn nt the Battery Park and
there will douiues ne a crutn.
PorThla Week only
at the Crystal Pnlnce you can get
131 niece llnviland Co. China
Dinner Set really worth $00 for
$48; two SO piece llnviland China
Ten Set worth $20 fur $18; seven China
Toilet Sets 12 piece reduced 23 tier rent
from price. II you let this offer pass by,
you will always regret it, as they are
bargain worth necking after. Thnd. W,
Thrnsh He Co,, 41 Pntton avenue, under
Grand opera house.
MTLigbt weight overeontt In all col
ors and grade at Whitlock' 46 and 48
South Main street,
A Oreat atctaeme.
We call attention to the advertisement
ol Skvlnnd Spring where Mr. Miller
offer $100 in board at either hotel In
Skyland virtually free, This is novel
way of bringing into notice anew resort,
and while it i a verv liberal offer it will
pay In the end, a ad judiciou advertis
ing will. This offer ha already crowded
both hotel at Skyland Spring and
brought into, notice tbt fine mineral
HOT UVN CONTKHT.
The Brlotol. Tenn., Winn the Flint
The shot gun contest, under the aus
pices of the Asheville Gun Club, begun
yesterday afternoon at the grounds of
the Asheville club, on Merrinion avenue
The clubs taking pnrt in the contest are
from Knoxvillc, and Bristol, Tenn., and
Asheville. The contest is conducted un
der American association rules. The tnr
gcts used are blue rock pigeons and each
man has twenty-five. Three traps ate
used. In the match yesterday the Bris
tol team won the first prize of $200 and
the Knoxvillc team won the second prize
of $100. The scores niiitlc by each mem
ber is given Mow.
INi Pepper 12
l7iKing, S 10
1IVnn Gilder, 8 Hi
17l Meade, A. li IS
R 17!nn Hevcnler....!."
1 7 U'llkins 13
1 7 Jenkins
Total. 1 Hi.
Another match iK-g.-tn nlsiut 1
Alliance Kachnngc Oritanlxed.
An Alliaii.ccxcliaiigc was organizetl last
night for Western North Carolina, the
object of which will lie for the pui ise ol
facilitntinu the inn chase and sale of all
articlis used liv farmers, at reduced
prices. Thouias Yootl, was appointed a
director from Transylvania couutv; W.
C. Miioic, It mi llavwiiod couutv; N.
I'lumaudon, IUiikoiuIh'; P. P. McU-an,
Swain. N. Pliiuiiiiidoii was apsiinted
president ol ihi-lKiaril; W. C. Moore.siv.
rctarv;P. II. I'olsom, business agent for
BuiiciiiulH' couutv. was placed in charge
leniHirarilv ns exchange audit.
other counties west ol the Blue Ridge
are exH-clcd locniiieiii later,
W Boys and children' clothing new
Fall Styles, now arriving at Whillnck's
Clothing House, Hi and Is South Main
At J. N. Mmgaii ci Cu's. iHmkstorc is
unsuipassed as a tome. Kcpt.."nl2l
Wholesuile Prices) on Fruit Jan..
By the box only: ipi.-nts. 7." cents ier
dozen; one half gall ins. Oil ivnts duzen.
Cash onlv. No-v is the time to make
unclii'is, and save nmnev. Alwavs low
est puces nt Law's, on South Main St.
-iv lion'l fail to sccotir new l-'allstiK'k,
the I irutsl asMirtiiu'iil in Ashi villi.
VV Iiilliick's Corner, liagle BliH'k.
Mr. F R. Mclutwv. who is well
known lor his suiK-riur workmausliiif,
and Mr. C. li. M-mhIv, who sells the erv
Ust brands ol Ponlauil ci-nienl. have as-
siH'ialcd thiniMlves to make n sK-eiallv
I InviiiL' concrete sidewalks anil are pre-
parol to take contracts to do such work
in t he very Is-st miiiiurr. Oilier 3d Pat
ton avenue, telephone in and 73.
tV We carry the largest stock of men's
wear in .Islieville. Wliiinsks eonirr.
liagle Block. Mi ami 1M Silltli Main
street. mo we In.
A Had Railroad Wreck
Kcurreil several days ago on one ol oir
most iuiHirtant trunk lines. Nolsid
hurt but nil the liaggne except the
Kollcr-Trav Trunks was smashed up.
Buy one. Sold hv dealers. Made hv II.
W. Roillldtrcr ri ilros., Kiclilllonil, Vn.
To insure change of advertisement
running on regular contract, copy must
be handed in 4iv l o'elm-k a. in.
a-V'llals, new Fall St vies, just re
ceived, call ami sec them nt Wltitlisk's
Hi and 4H South Main s'.rect.
A New Moad lo llllsm.
If you are wise and wish to Isx-omc
healthy nnd wealthy nlso. von will use
Roller King or liltvtrie l.iuut flour: be
cause t lie Asheville Milling Company'
nour is notoniv tne nest nut t tie enen nest.
IlinMll eottnitr. n ,r A rooms, convenient lo
court limn-. Aililrrss II. I'. MAMCHV.
ci.'l d.lt IU N. Main alm-t.
Hlm-li u ml flkiurr fur uniccrv anil nro
prrum cull nt No. h MutintNtn mmt.
HU riHirn houar In Weal
nil, rrum tWiit. 7
$IA a mtmih. J
Himim w.ih tl rtMm nnil .1 crra latirl a
llcftvrrrlitm runl, 1 mi Ira from Court
rnm rr. .iljr to t. H. L M U'HH, on tr
Dr. II. F. Arrington,
Hl'BtUf.ON tnJ!"l DKNTIITi
Pllllna Ireth a siH-einlly, also Irrstln ills-
(nurd Rums, and all dlwasrii pertalnlnii to
the drntal slriH'ltifT. Iifllre rooms nn Pat
ton avenue, over Maysor a Smith's drua
roiim. at Nn. nn Paltry
). I. MVINinAI.il.
Trn or lwlvc soud ltiirr"maon -trany
worn. Aiitir i w, 0. ihuv
A eomm-trnl aramstrf ho will work by
ine nay in private lamuy annrrmi
eptldtn C'lllic limce.
Nn. nfl a. Main street, anllalile for an office
ommsll aion. WM. Jiihnhtiin, jh,,
auaiKllw AM N, Main at.
Oold, Mlvtr, Ivory, Oak. Ollt aad Coatbi-
atloa Mnaldlao. Alsa Roost MoshMna.
Pictam Matted, Mouatod aad Praam! at
lowest prim aad work gaaraateed, Bnrav-
Inos, Painting and Local Views slways oa
a. Main St., Aabrvllle.
nor. t iavilli,
CLASSES FOR DANCING.
Assembly rooms Paltoa tma, flraod
flnw. Umuii UmiltvL a . m. Chlldml
Sainrda-.. a o'elotk. Prlvata ItMona aay
oar. mm awarantata uhkb awtaoo,
Index to New Advertisement.
LtiT C. I. Whitunn.
IKWKLKV B. H. Cusliy.
othavkii J. M. Bdwsnls
Tmivriiv Hav t'.rcer Bros.
Wantkii W. B. Willininmin.
fiHiK-KklKS I'owellK Snider.
Pirn Hai.k I'htHii o. Winston.
CASH W. Btimrt t.c-tch. M II.
li'KT HHCBIVKli J. W. .-hlirtlc.
A memorandum book with lilsek iaprr
liaek, and hns niiiuc of C. V. Whltion in ll in
one rlillna horse, in noml eonrtitliin. I'riic
llin Ani.lv ti I'hillp I . Winston, at Maj
Mellowcll'a, No, -t'.'ll Smith Main street.
From Htl Cherry street nr small yellow
cow wun nine marsi iroiinu inrn. u,.
able reward vlll lie imld lor her re lurn.
I M liliWAKHS.
uiik man with some exiierienee n li
W. II. WILLIAMSON,
Carolina Woodworking- Co., Ill 1'atton ve.
A Fine Mtock or lingllHli and IKs
Will lie ulnil to see mi- ciisMtnns anil i
eeive orders lor I'nll nnil Wlnler Clnthiim.
J. W. SCHARTLE. 2 North Main St.
W. STUART LEECH, M.
PHVSICIAN AND MIRIiKON,
I in'el'M his prot'essiiilirll wrviccs to thr eitixens
of A.hcviile nnil tliesiirriuinilinK emnilry.
lll'l-'ICH Kiinm M Mi-A Ire lluililinc.
Mi it h'S-lii n. ni. In I p. ni nnil 4 to tl p. in
THI.HI'lH'NIi f.nind Central Hotel.
se ptr.ill! w
lSiiccciura tu Ilaird & Krelor.)
a8 North Main Street,
IIAVH JI-8T KHCKIVKH
CAR LOAD TIMOTHY HAY,
CAR LOAD BRAN AND SHORTS.
Maaoti'N Cracker a Specialty
Al.l. noons IIIM.IVIiKKIl I'KliK.
B. II. COSBY,
iSiuwmor to C Cownn.t
7 PATTON AVENl'E,
NHT IHIHK To ('.RAMI CRNTKAI. IIO-
Ti:l., ASHKVII.I.It, N. C.
THAU. W. TIIKASII.
I. M. TIIKASII.
IN PRICES AT
SjMH'inlly on Sonp' I lat lis.
Miisnti'H Fruit Jni'H, let-
(renin KriH'i'i's, Water Cool
ers. Thene we will Hell nearly
nt cont. China and Porce
lain Chamber Set m n way down
mid ever.vtliiiiKin our line re
luceil. Onrolnei't in makinir
t hew low prices is to make
room for a lurje stock soon
to arrive. Our buyer iinu
manager, Mr. Tliad Thrush,
will leave for the Northern
markets about the 1st of
September to purchase, (li
ma from heiKliMmrters, one
of the lnrjrrst, handsomest
mid most complete stocks of
this kind ever brought to W.
N. C. It will consist of (.rock
ery and House Funiishinir
(ioods in their branches, fine
I-rencli and (Serman China
in Tea and Dinner Sets. All
kinds bric-n-brne ; elegant
presents, suitable for wed
ding, birthday or for your
"best" ; tine and common
(Jlasswuii,Silver Plated Cut
lery nnd common Cutlery,
Coal Vases, Baskets, Lamps
from the cheapest Glass to
to the finest Parlor, Jap
anned and iStninjied Tinware
and many other useful and
ornamental articles which
si in co forbids mentioning.
With our already large stock
this will enable us to tie Menu
(luarters and leaders in this
class of (loods. and at prices
that will astonish you. We
are now in better position to
please you than heretofore.
Our fimitiil i creator and hv
IHTsonnily buying the (Ioods
direct, it gives you the ad
vantage nnd benefit it you
will only deal with us. We
kep the celebrated Charter
Oak Stoves and Iblntres with
WireOuuze over doors, which
. . .
wo are onering very ciose.
Do not forgot the reduced
prices. Come and buy what
you need while they last,
Thanking you for past fuv
ors and soliciting your pat
ronage, we are youns very re-
THAI). W. TIIKASII & CO.,
CRVRTAt, FA LAC B,
41 PaMoa Ave,, amler Orand Opera Hnaae,
torn oat who can anrnd Dart of hi. time
annrtiin; ornrri rroia nanner ana otner la
thi. city foe article. Iara.lv aard. for which a
eamffllnlna will M paid. Addraaa, .talln
a. TTwrraav, r, u, iiiia on
Buj Llndscjr'a Onld Book
to W. N. C Prlc ts Ct.
BALLARD, RICH & BOYCE,
Stovett and Tinware,
PLUMBING, OAS AND STEAM FITTING, SLATE
AND TIN ROOFING.
PAINTS and OILS.
THE PASTEUR FILTER,
N Al.l. SIZliS I'OK l-AWII.Y
AND IIOTIil. t'HH-
tiuMrHiilreel la toe Urrm Prool
Al.l, SIZI18 KHI'T IN STUCK.
TO TIHIKK NliltlllNi;
Am it U ImpitrtHtit to uw only thr heat mn-
ttri1 lor Suit wnl kit, I haw nrrtuifE l t" ktvp
in atoi'k nn'l mmc In my wurk the tvtrhrntrd
OM M liRMi 1ll.K-fTI.TTIN ANCHOR
BRAND" of (U-KMAN lORTLANIi CIJ
M KNT, whlt-h la uartl liirKrly for that pur
imftr, iiud In prrf- rvntc to mnny other kind-,
in NIUV YORK. CHICAtU), HT. I'AI'l..
MINNHAI'OI.IH. 1'KTMOtT. NltW OK-
.liANrt. 8T Ar;nSTINU ANI OTIIIiR
Cini:tt Ix-ttfm from tlicw pliuvn nhiwln
It t he much NuiM-rlortu the brands ordi
narily urd here and tnttlntoniali a to It
upcrior tiallty will be shown to anyone
C. E. MOODY,
Office No. so Patlon Avenue.
TKI.KI'IIONIt SO to
Yard and Warehouse nrar I'epot. Tele
Comiwund Oivurn and Medicated Balum
Vapor ha. proved more auceeaaful In (he treat-
meat of dipeaaraof the unae, throat and lung.
than all other remedies combined. It seldom
tail. In any caa of Aathiaa. We have eared
many people In the four year, we have lieea
hi A.hrville n bu had Riven up all hope. Call
at ouromce and we will Rive you their name
We alto make a icclalty of diseases of the
rectum. If yon arc afflicted with Plies come
and Ret relief. No pain or loa. of time from
hualneaa. Relief obtained at once, and no
return, as we make a radical cure.
BALHAM AND IIXVUKN IIOMK TKHAT
MHNT. We have a home treatment that Is very ef
fective la all diseases of the air passages. We
have prrsrrllied hundreds of these homc
trcalmrnta and sent them In every Rtatc I
the tlnliio and aome wonderful care have
A small pamphlet, descriptive of Asheville
and also (.plaining our treatment, sent free
on application. Also list of questions goes
with each pamphlet that everyone should
have before sending lor home treatment. The
questions when peourrly answered enable as
to make correct diagnosis of each ease.
We hav treated many haadred cases with
the Compound Oiydca and Balsam aad have
o.ver had a cast to have hemorrhage from
lungs ftr taking the treatment.
Doa't let yoar prejudice keep ya awav.
but com aad ..amine fbr yoaraelf. Better
sacrifice prejudice thaa yoar III. Consult,
Ofnca over Coshy'a lewclry Btorc, near
Orand Central Hotel, Patto Avenue, A.hfr
vllle, N. C.
T. J. HARtsAN, n. D.
ICE RATES FOR
.... a . ' ....... l.,n n , f.rlnrv
In qiiantltlc. not leu than one ha f ton at factory c.
!IIMI nouniln, :i(i ticket., 10 pound, each - o
mil .. flu 10 " ' 51!"
70O " an "
7B0 ' 10 " Bo
i mm lo ' loo
Ticket. In dollar parkiiKc. and unv iunntit
our otnee for ca.h or ticket..
Asheville Ice &
Telephone No. 36 and 40.
13EST ANTHRACITE COAL
Ir hIc at Whoic.Hlc and Nctntl by
ASHEVILLE ICE AND COAL. COMPANY,
Telephone 36 and 40.
K.clu.ive A Kent. iHomcntic and Steam I lor We.urn North Carolina.
I.HWIB MADIII'X. Peea L. P. McLOtlB, Viec-Pre.. I. B. RANKIN, Cajhltr .
IHBCToa.:-Lcwi. Maddu, M.J. Heardrn, M.J. PKK.J- B. Rankin, J. B. Ray, J. K. Kic-.li
8. H. Reed. tieo. 8. Powell. C. M. McLoud.
E WESTERN CAROLINA BANK,
Orfeuniicd May Int. 1HHK
State, County and;CityB'Deponltor.'
Hoc. a General llankinic llu.lnr... Ilepo.it. received. BxchanRe bouxht and .old. Col
lection, made on all aeecaalhlr point.. The 8a
(mall aum. In thl. department, dcpolted tor
of 4 per cent, per annum will be paid.
Special attention Riven to loan, on real c.tatc.
Open h-om 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. On Saturday, the Raving Hepartment will be open till A p.ni
ai7 Haywood Street.
Twenty-live years ol prnrtlcal eaperience,
taHs of the liu.inc and prrlect arranvrment.
manufactured, enable the proprietor to present
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphons.
Olngcr Ale and alllthc various Havors of HOHA WATRR ready for.hlpment aad dcHnml
free in City flmits. Out of town ordenftnust
MOUNTAIN PARK HOTELS COTTAGES.
HOT SPRINGS, N. C.
T- D pcDOCLClif
" M 'San VM
i l J vr
Rooms in Cottajres Upon the GroundH With
TABLE BOAR) AT HOTEL.
$12.00 TO $14.00
A BUILDING LOT OR ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS IN HOTEL BOARD FREE,
In the New and (.rowing; Mountain Resort,
(Near Aaheville, N. C, and niljoininR tlie Vnnrlcrliill I'.statr.l
Voureholic of any lot In thr plot for HMI. Vou get n Warranty llrrd
I title perfect I and a mvipt for UNI. with ten coupon, allachnl, ea.h cou
pon for li. These coupon, are good for fill each In payment for board at
any of the hotel, in Hkyluml.
IIotki. 8r. Anmni oicn now. I
Moral. BoaarwKsT oi-n now IRntrs from .lo to f 441 per month.
I'.vii.ion IIihi.h larinii huilt )
Thewco,iMn. nrcgood for t here yea r. from their dntrand aretrnnNfernttle.
Thcrcrorr. von pa. KMlfr your choice of a hrautla.1 Imlldlng lot i you
art the tOO all Imik In Imnnl ; tiiu hnve three year, to do m, in: you can
aril the ii,uHn. to some one else If vou do not 1 hem : nnd at or Wiore the
end ol three years your lot will lie worth from .loo to ilia) or more.
OTIS A. MILLER,
Taka Train Oat mi 9.10 A. M. Para as Cant or nrlva HoalN Mllea.
I'Kltli. MI'Tl.ltlM-.K. City Arnt. -M Patton Avs.
SKYLAND MINERAL SPRINGS, N. C
Hlght Miles Houth of Aaheville, on the A. Jk H. Railroad.
New hotels, acw eottagra, new funrtlsre, beautiful Rrovea,ajt tmala aad croquet lawns,
48 MINERAL SPRINGS.
White Rulphur, Alnm, MaRneidB, Iron aad Kuaom. Those seeklag health and plea.ure and
elect society will not fall to visit this pleasant resort and drink of Its healing waters.
. a pes dtf Manacer.
Aahellle, N. C.
P, A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Manufacturer and Deak ra la all kinds of Unsaid
L U 11 II E R,
Door, Saah, Bllnda, Mouldlne;t, Stalrwork, Mantels, Bank
and Bar Fixture, and all kinds of Building Material.
Hard Wood Lumber Work a Specialty.
WE ARE GOING TO MOVE
TO NO. 31 NORTH MAIN STREET ABOUT AUGUST 17,
And until that dale will aril all goods at 10 per cent, on cost. Vo will do well to take ad
vantage of the low prices.
Jaat ss oar large Towel at 1 iiVi cU and be happy. Our Oil Inch Tabic Line at eta.
Don't forget I Look out and look In I f
Aaheville Dry Goods Co.,
J. 0. HOWBIX,' ataaagar.
.-.-t.aitUi-la'.'V . Miaui
.....tic. per hundred.
- of lee may be obtained from driver, and at
No. 30 Patton Avenue.
ring Feature will receive special attention.
four month, or longer, Interc.l at the inn
which will be plaeed for limit time o real
FILTKRKD on the PretnUei.
combined with raasoNSL attention to all tit
far clbanlinrss and rnaiT of all good
to hi. numerous patrons a superior dan of
have aaaroNsiaL reference.
C. H. CAMPBELL,
Near Paaaenfrer Depot..
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