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THEY HAVE ORGANIZED.
PROBABLY THK l'lHHT IIOCIK
TV OP ITM KIND.
A Mmbcr or Ahetlle l.adlt-H
Meet and InforniHllv mucus Ilie
Servant lrl ouvHtton-Anothvr
Ulnlliil vailed for Next Friday.
The hnttle is hull won !
A number of the representative ladies
of tilt city met yesterday iil'leniuim ut
the V. M. C. A. rooms in answer to a
call published in Thk Citizkn, to iliseuss
the servant irirl iirolilctu vhkh is now so
deeply ugitalint; the minds of the Indie
of Ashcvillc. Mrs. J. I.. Carroll was
mnde tempory chairwoman of the Hirel
ing. Knell of the lailies present expressed
her sympathy with the movement and
Mrs. M. T. Fitch, M. l., read a paper
on the subject, a uart ol which is nivcti
"With me this iiiestion of servants is
one ol canilal and lalior, and we inu-t
unite in considering it as such, and
treat it nccordiiujlv. 1 want kihuI work,
and am willinn to pav current wane,
which should lie lils-rul for such service
rendered, and the only wnv 1 sec of rcu
luting this H'rplciiiK ipicstiou is to unite
so earnestly, that voit fuse as it were
into one gcut iul idea. Vour union lormed,
elect a lioanlol directors; next n x u sciich
ule of cupncilv, also a schedule ol rules
At the sniue time, test vour own sliced.
or energies, that you iniiy know linwrcs-
oiuie you can ue in sucu an uuiicriusiiii;.
He bold; come forward, and whatever
you resolve to do, adhere toil lii'intv.
"The men say we women do not know
enough to do anything in a business like
wnv. The servant also knows I In-weal,
less of the average woman, and takis
advantage ol it. Now ill this matter, w
must lay aside all uf our womanish siiu
tiering, and lie fn m. This iiucstion con
ccrus us individually and collectively, and
we alone can remedy the lault.
"Next in order is training schools, but
ms wc arc not all prepared to wail lot
that event, we must consider the present
needs. This mny be done by hnliliti;:
such servants as you now have its you
employjiist uslong as vouenu.niid laiu-in
others without the Inst ul rclcrciucMitnii
some reliable ihtsoii prelerably alnruiii
employer, and in the luc.'iutiinc.givc pid
lie notice through the press, that no sei
vants will be euiployiii under other eon
After rending this paicr Mrs. I'ilcl
wasclecteil president ol the soeiety.
Tile ladies expressed themselves ven
much pleased with the couise taken b
I'lIK I. ITIZK.N in the matter and the aid
given bv it. Tticv lev I vcrv niiich cncoiii
ageil by the expressions ol syliipalhx
winch thev arc nlrc.ufv rcceivini: in llicii
work. Tin- next uieetiiig will lie held
in the lecture hall ol the t M. L . A. nex
I'ridav ut 4 o'eloek p. ill., ami all l.ulic-
iulcrestcil ii the iiiovemcul arc uigeil
attend. Among those who were present
vcstrnlnv were Mis. . I'. Saucer, Mrs
T. W. Hr'aneh. Mrs. ". T. Amiss. Mrs. I
I;. Ilrown, Mrs. C. A. Nicliuls. Mis. C. I.
rieusanls, Mrs. M.J. l-.igg. Mrs. W. II
IVnland, Mrs. C. M. Uavcraud Miss A.
I'Htl'K MMOTM HIIIIOT,
IvmnI Anlirvllle'H ream nim m
Alter the completion ol the inter stall
rille contest, Hon. Kicliiuniid I '.ns.ui ul
Icred a prize ol $oo t, H. shut (, bv tin
South Carolina and Asht villi teams. Tin
Siinipter liiiards ami the Columbia team
consolidated m tins ei litest, inking tin
crack slims o each team and slmi
. nvaiiist the l;asl Ashevilli and West
Ashcvillc tennis, hast Ashevdle lean.
came off victorious, winning the lirst
pne of liny dollars West Ashevilli
came next and took the second prize ol
thirty dollars. The South Carolina team
took the t Mini anil last prize ot twenty
dollars. The shooting done was lieltcr
than that in the mtei stale contest. The
contest was under the same rules as the
previous matches. The scores were as
I. 1st asi m: villi:.
('raves. . I; s; Maloite, 0. W n
Kevnc.lii's. 1 1. 1 sn It.ittU, S. V T'.i
Jones, II. C 7ii
Total, .'I'.IK; Average. 7:i .1 .".
WKsT . s 1 1 1: 1 1 . 1. 1. .
Kcvnolds, X. A....S.I Hand. A. 7'.i
Itiddell. ('.. W T'.i Smith, J. M 77
Chandlers, X. T...71
Totnl, MSO ; Average, 77 .V
SOI Til I' KOI.IA.
('.onales V. IC...: Kieliardson. K. C.7
Moore, W. A 77 II vile, T. T 7.".
Smith, K. A 71 .
Total. :iS4; Average, 7ii (-.".
The South Carolina teams were vcrv
murh pleased with the treat mciit I hey re
ceived at the hands ol the Asherille team,
mid extended them an invitation to at-
tetin the state futr lit Loli'iubia tu lcto-
lieriind purttcipute in the rille contest.
The invitation will invented. The
Sumpicr mid Columbia teams kit lor their
homes this morning.
In the shotgun contest vesterdav even
iiiR Ashevdle won the lirst prize, Knox-
vine incsccnnii anil nristol the tluril.
tl'MDAV NtHOOI. I.i:SSIIK.
Hepl. T, i9-Jus and .iieihriis,
he rutillcHii- l.uke i i i-io
The following relcrence books may le
IoiiiiiI nt the oung Men s t.hrisliaii A
I. Time, place, surruuudiiigs, etc. I'c-
louliet's notes, page '.'47; Sunday
School Times, page olio.
II, lichens, seeking, welcomed, cnusc-
craled, su veil I'rlonljrt, page HI i-.'.iil,
Sunday School Tiinrs, page Vlft-ft!ltt;
I'.ilershcun, vol. II, page .lo.'-.iov.
III. "Chief Among the l,iibliciins"-Siin
day School Time, page ftlM; I'elonls t
Mb! Tmh l..l.. ,,ly,l n.iir,.
14H; Sunday School Times, page .VlN,
"Land and the Hook, vol. Ill, page
V. Icrieho Kilcrshcin. vol. II. pnge H40-
ilfVI i "l.nnrl anil the Hook," vol. I,
VI. "Triumphs Over llindriinees" Koli
ertson's sermons, page UM-7M.
VII. "Melteil bv Kindness" Sunday
School Times, page Ci.M, illustrations;
J'elouhet, page iWl.
lo the Asijrlum.
Rev. Thomas Cole, of this county, who
went insane a few days u;o, licuinic vio
lent nmi was lodged in jail. Last night
he became still worse nnil succeeded in
hreaking tip his Iron lied, mid with one of
the roils (lul HiMiut .'o worm in iiamage
to the cage, lailcr Jamison reunited the
matter to Capt. J. I'. Sawyer, who is
one of the director of the Western North
Carolina Asvtum at Morganton. and
Capt. Sawyer instructed him to take Cole
to the asylum. Mr. Jamison and his
charge left on the 1 o'clock tram to-day
To Hsckmtn, Draymen and
ardtnsj Hssm Kftepe
Taken from the depot, in ASbeville, on
yesterday evening, a trunk I weighing
about lot) pounds, having on It a lock
of two different metals, hrnsa and iron,
with a ticket on It marked "P. Knha,
tucnrsion train." Any informntinn thnt
win lea to recovery of the trunk wiH be
rewarded by cnlllnif at W. K. McK'in
non's, 8outa Main street. N y
Korvenal till 8 a. til. MUMflHV
Fair, except ruin lu the wexleril
ftorlloa ol I lie Hlalei Hlallonary
empersture l auullierly wldH
There were forty arrivals lit (lien Kock
The siiriukling carts and the rain came
out together to-day.
Chns. Davis for lieing drunk wns fined
$!i in the mayor's court this morning.
Miss Homier Doggett. of Ashcvillc, is
visiting her friends here. Shelby Aurora.
The library hours nre now from 10 a.
m. to 1 p. in. mid from4.:i0 p. in. to tl.Hll
The teinncrnliirc to-dav. according to
Carl vou Kuek's observations, was 711
degrees at 7 a. m. ami XI '-'-111 degrees at
'1 p. m.
The Ashcvillc lry ('.oods House has
moved to its new ipiarters in the Hamp
ton and I'cnthcrston building, on .North
Mr. I. H. Hcdilen, a former resident of
Brevard, bat uowof Ashcvillc, is shaking
hands win. his old friends this week
Mr. Ocorgc Henderson returned last
night Iron) an extensive tour through
the cities of ill.- north and cast. He has
Ih'cii absent a mouth.
Misses Siiydan. of Xcwaik, X. J., who
have been visiting Mis. C. J. Hiughani
for several weeks, has gone lo Aslieiille
with Mrs. Itingliani." Salisbury Truth.
A lady was heard to remark to-day
that this city had mure good livery stu
dies, iHlter dorses ami salcr drivers than
any other summer resort she had ever
l"hc remains of I'rof. C. S. Long, late
missionary to Japan, who died in this
city Thursday alleriioon. were sliiiKil
lo Athens. Tennessee, this morning tn
the 7.-.1 train.
The arrivals at the Swaiinnuoa veslci
day were: I'. J. Imvis, Thoniasville; S.
. McC.iugln ins, NewlHrrv, S. C; J. II.
ilain, Knoxville; llcrU-rl Stacy, Mis. Ii.
Stacy, Covington, Ky.
The song service and evangelistic llible
sluily lor voting men will I' held at lire
roonis ol the Young Men's Christian As
soeiatioii to. morrow afternoon at
o'clock. All nun arc invited to attend.
I'lieodore Hartlv. colored, was Inline
Snuiie Siiiiiuiev tins morning .charged
with Irniidulcntly obtaining ten dollars
H , ni rink r,ioilsoa. Hi it I gave IhiuiIs
for Ins ,'ipn-.'ii.'iiii e at the next H un ol
the criminal court.
The lienctit gemma at It.ittcry Park
last night was very successful. AImuiI
thirtv couples look part. The regular
orchestra was assisted bv Harold I'nn-
Meday, llute; Henry Chandler, violin,
and Hurt iK'iiison, elai iuet.
The Urvsoii City Herald savs: The
prediction of the llcnilcrsonvillc Times
lll.it "I lid I'bed." would dtss nse "l.iotll
MMiie viands" to eongiessioital delegates
was amply fnltilled last week as the
(Ir.iiid Central was tilled to overllowing.
A horse attached to J. K. Startles' un
dertaking wagon, ran away near the old
lipot iliis inoriiiiig The horse's vi was
broken and Mr. I, I , Kell. thcibiier, was
thrown out and inn oyer, but l"i In
tl. ilclv no bones were broken. The wagon
ivas not injured.
Any lad having clothe suitable for a
boy nine years ol age will please send to
ill Church street Then is a liitle blind
hoy to U si ul lo the llliinl Asyhini on
tiie tilt h and one ol (be reiiiireiueiiis is a
U'.od supply ol clothing suitable lor each
s. ason lor a year.
Among the arrivals at the lirainl Cen
tral yesterday were: II. I '.recnircc. Xew
York: im. Moore, Knoxville; VYni.Coii
nnl. Maryland; H- C. I.atla. Hickory :
A. S. Ilnsoii. Kiioxvillc; C. I.. Wavlaiul,
Washingloii; V. II. Willininn, l X. Iiur
ham. V. It. Sol Inn. h'ielimond; Y. S.
Jones and w ile. Ileiiilersouvillc.
The Wilmington Messenger savs: "ibir
cxecllenl ti ieuil lolin i. Cameron, lltH..
if Asheviilc. has prepared a tmielyarlicle
which apicars ill ihc democrat, ot that
lowu, in advocacy ol Ihc'Keclauiation of
the Koanolic Lands.' lie is esiKci.dlv
ciiiipH-d tor sueh disenssioii, and docs
las work well, m agree wiiaiiiui in ine
lueessitv ot reclaiming these low grounds.
for thev were when we last saw them.
chi Kin mtici;h.
I'irsl I'rcsbylerian church Ucv. W, S.
, Hi van pastor. I'iyinc worship to.
morrow at 1 1 a. in. Kcv. . I'. Hripps,
1 1. 1 1., of Savannah, will preach. Kcv. J.
H. Adger, I'. !. 1. 1.. !.. will iiduiinistcr
ihc Lord's Supper. Sabbath school lit
'.l..'tn ii. in. oiiug iK'ople s meeting lit
7.1." p. m. livening worship nl M.
Trench Itroail Hatitist church Kcv.
i. S. Jones, of llcndcrsoiiville, will preach
at 1 1 it, in. At x p. m. the monthly con
cert of prayer for missions will Is.' nd-
drsscd bv Kcv. lolin stout, in Null Ii
Carolina, and others.
Central Melhodisl church Riinday
school at !i.:iil a. m. I'tcai lung nt 1 1 it.
m. by the pastor, billowed by the sacra
ment ot the Lord's Slimier, llible read
ing mill song service at S p. in. Kcv. ('.
C. Kniikin, pastor.
Kiversidc Melhodisl ehiinh Scrviit's
to-night at s o'eloek mid to-morrow ut
II o'clock. Sabbath school now meets
at o'cIik k. All invited to iiltcuil these
I'irsl Haptist cliinch Kcv. JoliiiStout,
of Ninth Carolina, will preach lit II a.
m. Lord's S 1 1 1 x--r following. Baptism
at N p, m, anil sermon Inllowuig,
North Ashcvillc Methodist church'
I i viiit service Sunday evening nt N
o'clock conducted by the pastor. Sab
bath school at tl ii. m,
To He Tried al Hakersvllle.
Sheriff (icorgc I'ritcliatd and Deputy
Will Clapp, of Mitchell county, were
t lie city Inst night. They came for the
niirnose of taking Mitchell '.recti nnil W
II. Mass, who were confined in the lliiu
co in lie iuil, to Hnkersvillc lor trial, Cirirn
is the mini who killed Stokes Hiirlison in
n hi: lit near Hakersville two moiilhsugo.
The men were both brought here for safe
keeping nnil were taken away last night
They will I tried before Judge Mcrrimon
iy Our clothing is equal to high clnss
custom work. Try otic of our suits and
In? convinced. Whitlock's, 40 and 4H
South Mam street.
A Ureal Mcheme.
Wccnll nttetitinii to the advertisement
ol Skvlnud Springs where Mr. Milter
oilers $100 in board nt either hotel in
Skvland virtually free. This is a novel
way of bringing into notice anew resort
ttml while it is a verv tilwrnl nflcr it will
pny in the end, as nil judicious ndvertis-
'. ..all 11.1.. . .T'.. I ..I I . . I .. .1
lug will. I nil oner iiiih tuictior eriiwueu
both hotels at Skylnnd Springs and
brougiit into notice the fine mineral
At t M Mnrnnn Sr fnV hnnlfalrtrp im
narl-ieiiliirlv rprnmmpfidfrf for all forms
of weakness iniS irregularities in male
rcmnlcs. sept, o di.
NO ONE SELECTED YET.
WKST WARHKHH SHOt'l.D
LOOK A I.I vi-:.
The I '.lf t'llon of a Muccessor lo Nr.
Pulllam PoHtponed One Week
lo Olve Opportunity Kor Further
OIhcuhhIoii A Hlic Petlllou
The swcial meeting of the IhiiiiiI of al
dermen wns held yesterday at 4.110 p. m.
to consider it successor to Mr. I'ulliam.
All the board were present.
Capt. T. I). Johnston urged the board
to select man from the west wind us
the people wanted it and should have it.
Capt. Nntt Atkinson said the west
ward could furnish as good business men
us could Is.' found, lie spoke of C. Ii.
Mr. W. 0. Justice spoke of Mr. 0. W.
Hiirnham ns the only mini for tlicofl.ee.
Mr. ust ice hinted that if Mr. Hiirnliam
was not put on the board the laboring
men would lie heard from next election.
Mr. I'itzpatrick resented this implied
threat nud said he did mil want any
threatening done. Mr. luslicc then said
thai he did not menu to refer to the pres
Mr. Kohl. M. I'lirntan urged the ex
licuce of having u man from the west
ward, and suggested that the democrats
I the west waril have u prunnrv euc-
tion and that the board accept any one
w ho was elected bv the pi ttiinry. The
board leluscd to so bind themselves.
l'nnt. Sawver tlionuhl that as the
board would Ik' responsible for the selec
tion ol nil aldermen Ihcv should have the
exclusive right ol choosing.
It was suggcslcil nnil the suggestion
was adopted that the whole mailer Is.'
postponed one week, the general uuilrr-
slaudiug Ising ihal in the meantime Int-
tber discussion ol the suniecl sliouiii lie
While Ihc ultlcrmcn did not promise
i It-li nit el v to that effect ii is II fair intcr-
ence wiilioul iH'ing ascltlctl thing from
what lliei did say thai whoever is chosen
to till lire vacancy will come from the
Petitions to that effect containing the
uaiuesol nearly all the votes in the west
waul were handed in.
The New Company lu Ivt.iu Hi
Once lo ivreel Hi I'luiil.
Mr. ('corgc H. Shaw, of I'au Claire,
Wis., and Mr. L. X. Cox. of Washing
ton, l, C: were in the city this morning,
making airaiigemciils for the erection ol
the electric light plant lor which thev
have contracted wilh the city. Mr.
Shaw is general manager ol the .National
Klcctric Manufacturing company of l:au
Claire and a prominent mail in his sec
tion, hating si rved a term asma vorol
Kan Claire. He informs Tin- Ciiizi:.
Idal work on the new plain will Is. com-
meiieeil Monday, ami thai the company
will Ik- rcadv to begin liiriiislimg tliecitv
lights by tVtoher t. according to con
tract, file plant will In located on a lot
be ougiug to ill- L man estate near thc
I' reach Hp. a, river, ami adjoining tin
lot occupied by the Haliimore l'i iled I til
tnpanv. I he cost will lH- iiooul UI,-
ooo. It is the initiilioti ol the couipuiiv
lo put m one of their fuit-st nud most
modern plants, and us Asln-ville is so
widclv known thev csihvI to make it a
vnliiii'ile advcrtisemenl for their system.
Il w ill Ik- what is called an c.vlann ion
plant. I lie company is now pui'.mg in
several plants within Hun miles of Ashe
yule. Mr. Shaw and Mr. v. ox Ml on the
o'eloek train .tor the cast.
steal F.Htale TranHiera.
w. Ii W llliiimsiMi t Jennie V. nvrr.
tnioi. lot on nnee street. fltlxlNl ... St .ooo
U. Ilitlril lu Ihr Aslit'ViUr Park ami
llitit-l t-.iiiiiiiiiy. nine- serrs tin the
llturtol roAl.. II. Too
T. C Mt'Ntel.v 'ti B Collin, lot nil el-
Icison Prive l.lo
. The KleclropolHe.
At J. X. Morgan 8: Co's. bookstoiv is
unsurpassed ns a tonic. scpt.rulil
WhnleHHle lrlceH on Fruit Jan..
Ily the Ihix only: ipiarts, "." cents ier
linteii: one halt ijall, ins. ll'.l mils iloett.
Cnsh only. No v is the time to tnukc
mi clulis, nnil save money. Always low
est prices nt Law's, on South Main St.
WT Uunliip hats, fall shaiH-s, will Is?
displayed lirst Saturday in SrptcnilH-r.
Call and see them nt Whitlock's.
M. Mr, F k. Melnlvrc, who is well
known for his siiH-rior workmnttship,
nnil Mr. C. I;. Moody, who sells the very
Inst liramls ol I'orllaml cemciit, have ns
siH'iatcil tluuisclves to inuke a sisxialty
ol' lay iiiK concrete sidewalks and nre pre
pared to rake contracts to tin SUCH work
in the very Isst manner. (Illicc :I0 l'at
ton avenue, telephone 0 mill 73.
W A new lot ol lersev suits, real I K-n li
lies, lor children, nl WfiitliH.-k's, 4(1 and
IH, South Main street. tu til sat.
A Hurl Kallroarl Wreck
occurred several ilnysauo on one ol oil
most iiniMirtanl trunk lines. NoImmIv
hurl lint nil the Iiiik",ukc except the
Koller-lrny I ranks was smusheil up.
liny one. Sold liy dealers. Made liv 11,
W. koundtree Hi ilros., Kicliaiond, Vil.
tf'Dur rlress shirts lire the most fn-
moiis in the country. See the new stvlcs
now displayed in our window. Whit
lock's, Hi nnil H South Main street.
rorThlH week only
at the Crystal Palate you can gel a
l.'ll piece llavilaud & Co. China
Hinner Set rcnllv worth $(!(! for
$io; two nil piece llnvllunrl Cliinn
fen Set worth t'Ji) for $1."; seven Cliinn
Toilet Sets 1'. pieces reduced 'ia ikt cent
Irom price. II you let this oiler pass by,
vou will always reuret it, ns they arc
linrmiitis worth scckimi nfter. Thud. W.
Thrash Si Co., 41 I'atton avenue, under
(rand os:ra house.
A New Rosd to Rllnn.
If yon nre wise nnil wish to lieeome
healthy nnil wealthy also, you will use
Roller Kinu nr Ivlectric Liirnt flour: he-
cnuse the Ashevdle MillitiK Company's
Hour Is not only the best hut thechciinest
Oolrl, 8llt, Ivory, Oak, Ollt wid Comhl-
nation1 Mouldings. Also Mnom MouMlnKS,
Pictures Mstted, Mounted and framed at
lowest prices and work guaranteed. HnT
Inffa, Palntlnxa and Local Views always oa
a B. Main St.'
mor. I. IAVILLE,
CLASSES FOR DANCING.
AsMmhlr rooms Oil Patton Aveane, Ornnd
Opera Houm: Mondays. p. m. Children
SsturrJs-s, I o'clock. Private lessons aajr
hour, Walt, guaranteed. (Jnlck method.
Copt. W. A. Lea hns come to the front
with a Itenn, the pod of which is over a
foot long. lltirhain Sun.
W. K. Hcnbow, of Greensboro, Ims n
double-headed snake caught lit Mat
thews. The heads were perfectly formed,
and were both the same size.
Miss llettic Swing, who lives nenr
Alphn, wns piiinlully bitten several davs
since, on the face by a spider, and the
poison from the bite hns resulted inery
siiclns, Mr. Alexander Onllimore, of lininions
township, killed n "whopping" big rnt
tlcsimfte in that township on the -7th of
August. The snake was ns large as n
man's arm, and had thirteen rultlesic'd
a button. lx'xington dispatch.
Index to New AdverllMeiuenlH.
I.obt II. 8 Wilson.
Notick I'seknge Lost.
To Kknt P. tl. Lock lltix (1!W.
Sl'Kl.l. MAN'S Hats. X-e linn Mioilli'.
Lost lietwt-en Col. J. K Cnnnallv's n-sl-ilt-nee
nmi llll t more n iitekii-.-r ton uiiiiIm
fruit tree orders (t ml Ittrtie illuslraleil tiila
liittue of I'ruit trees A lilii-rnl rt ivaril will lie
imid ftr Its return In lilt" otlicv.
Hnltnrh.'tn rfkiili'Mt-i-. otie mile from t'ltV II
Mi-rrimnn iivt-nm- roml, haiiilsoniel.v nnil
completely furtlishetl mill eiuipH-tl ; cxiaiisile
vlt'w; exlt-nsive grniinils; two Iresh Jcrsi-y
co.. h; winter ganlcn ; litirm-s Hint velllt-li-s II
It-Mlretl. riisHt-Ksion given 1st til Ntivi-mls-r.
ilwner occupying in summer only would
make iK-rmmit-nt iirrnnKcmcnt with imrly
ilt'Sirinu a winlt-r rcsliltnt'C AiIiImms
cpttlillm I1 ti. I.UCK III l. nag.
A I'lH-Kftlmiik itMltnitiitic $1 Ti." , nnnit w hin
ktWiTii Knv'x Mt 11 ttli ami WiKnlhnry'ii Mjtlilr
nnil Mr. J. Ciiinpln-11'M ri'Miili'tU-i. tm IIiivwihmI
uriTt. Tlti' lullnwiiiK uiH'rn wrtr i" 'In
hunk : I'Vt-il ImIIr. li-iU'm und l1nk eh'-i k.
onr tvnt pimt Hfct- fnru. ami wii.v hill
iVom Colitinhui, 11. .nvtmc rt'ttimiim wihl
t k with tin- muni')' will mnvr 1" rv-
wnr.1 II. S. WILSON.
m pld ill w At WiMnllMirv'H Sinitlf.
nitf riilinu lnrw. in jj,m,i) I'nmlilinn I'ri r
$1M) Ai'pl ' 1'lnlip " Wit Htoii, nt M"j
L-ln'ir.'Sii I I'n South Mititi ftnrl.
A vtunji nmn with mum' i xKil'i.if n n
iMitikkvciK-i, Apply lo
W. M. WILLIAMSON.
I tirotimi WiMHlwnrkiflK Co.. HI INitlun Kw.
JMHT RKt 1C1VMIK
A I I nc Ntock tti IviiuIIhIi hiicI IMh
Will Ik- cIimI t' cr my cimt nil" nmi rc
iiit- nUr lor ill nnil Winter ilothnit:.
J. W. SCHARTLE, VJ North Main St.
i Siu'tvors to llaird - Ktetor.l
No. iS North Itlalu Htrccl,
II.WH JI'ST KUCHIVI'.I'
CAR LO 0 TIMOTHY HAY,
CAR LOAD BRAN ANO SHORTS.
lasou'H Crackers a Npccinlly
a l.t. i-.niiiis tu:i.i yi:ki;ii i-kdh
II. II. COSI.V,
I SlICtTSJtor to C I'liVVJHI I
1 PATTON AVKNIIC,
SUNT IMMIK TU C.KANIi CKNTH.tl. llll-
TI'.L, ASH liVII. I. H, N. C.
KiiKlinta and French
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS,
Ml Prrnrh Hnind Avrnur
MRS. BURGWYN MAITLAND, PRINCIPAL
(For niiny yram AvaoHntr l'rinHftl of Mt.
rrnon inntiiutr, nnittmort.
Ant(r1 hy n run" " i-oinirntrnt trftcbem.
ANTIilt TO KliNT.
8m nil cnttnirr. .'I fr 4 roumft, ronvrnU nt to
court huuiw. AihtrfHH It. I'. MASSKY,
rpa I.'U II N. Mum Htr.- t.
MtiH'k nnil AxturvM Corn icrowrv nmi nro-
vlton Htnrr; n koimI ihniii-i tor n hunltH-HH
pt-riKin. can hi Pit. h .Minimum btrccl.
His room honor In West l-.nil. from Kent. T,
l a month. J. A TliNNItNT.
IfiHtw with 1 ronrriM nud , nrrcn lunrl on
i4n vcnlntn road, 1 'j. inlli-fi from Court
rt4unrr. Apply to C. H. CHi;.K, nn the
premium. nu J air
Dr. B. F. Arrington,
HI'MKON flG8S HKNTIaT,
I'llllna teeth a siHelnltv, also I rent Inn ills
ritseil Kunis, nnil nil itlMrnst-s itertnlnlnir to
the tlentsl strtiettire. liltit-c rooms nn I'at
ttin avenue, over Knysnr ft Hinlth's druK
Two furnished rooms ut No. no llnlley
mreei. tt. i auihinai.ii,
Ten ortwrlvr sootl utom-'itiMnonii trail v
wum. Apply in w. n. ikiiy
nrptlldAr wt w
A com jK tent uramntrrmi who will work hy
inr onv in a nrivnic lamur. aiimttm
ariitldtil Cltlicn oilier.
No. mt 8. Mnln atrrrl, Mttltulilr fnr mi ulticr
ommall ilorr. W M. J HI NH TON, J K .
nuHOillw fiH N. MatnHt.
Lor aiCAMKM. Low Ratss
Four Trip. Vr Wvk Zllwti n '
DETROIT, MACKIvAC ISLAN0
Veursa. aawl t Mir, and Laa
rturin w y p.irl,
Xvtry Wvk Day Itrvwn
DETR3I r ANO CLEVELAND
fptvl-l HiMlr T1( 4mHf turn, intf, ;f,m m4 n.
Douhl Pfuijr Llrt Sa 'fii
ChIC tOO ANO J. J J3'iH. f.'.IC i.
O'ln lLLUTlr"l6" Pa-i i
t. S VHITCA .10, 0. P. A., 0r.fsr.r
0 tilt anil ClavaUnd btanm
Buy Llndney't- Guide Book
toW.N.C Price 95 cU.
BALLARD. RICH & BOYCE,
StovcH unci Tinware.
PLUMBING, GAS AND STEAM FITTING, SLATE
ANO TIN ROOFING.
FAINTtt ami OILS.
THE PASTEUR FILTER,
IN Al.l. .SIZliS I'lIK I'AMII.V
ANII llOI'lil. I'Slt.
UuHritnU'i-d lo he Uerm I'rool."
Al.l. SIZIIS klll'T IN STUCK.
TU TllllSi: MClil'IM'.
As it Is im rl itu t to use inily the lit-st inn-
lerlitl lor Siilt wnlks, I hnve iirrniiKi il lo ket p
in sttH-k nnil iie In inv work the erlt-liriitt-il
"I'llMMKKHl iii;k-sti:ttin anciiuk
IIKANH" 'if i.i:kman I'iiKTI.ANIi ci;
Mi;ST, whleh Is used luriirly fur Unit pur
pose, mid in pref. renee Iti ninny olht-r kinils,
in NHW VllKK, CHICAllll, ST. I'AI I.
MIXNKAPUI.IS. HKTKlllT. KliW UK
I.KANM. ST Al lil'STINIi AND UTIIliK
Cll'lt:s. t.t ltt-rs Irom these plntTs shuwlni;
it to Ik- much siis-rior to the lirmuls tmli
uitrily used In-re nnil tt-sliiii.ini.its its to Its
siiK-ri.ir iptuliiy-will lie shown to unvote
c. i:. moody,
Office No. IAtlOII Acnu .
n i.i I'MuNi; mi to
Vtml mid fi linn- in in l'iio( T
ComiMiund liKrn nnd Mnlleatrd Balsam
VnNir hns proved more successful In the treat
meat of dlseasesof the nose.thront and Iuiiks
than all other remedies romhlnrd. It seldom
lolls In any ense of Asthma. Wc have cured
many iteoplr in the lour years we have Ittcn
In Ashevdle who had lven up all hoie. Call
at ouromtT and wc will fftvr you thclrnamrs.
Wc also make a sitcvtully of diseases of the
rectum. If you arc it 111 It led wilh Piles euinr
anil set relief. No piiln or loss of lime from
Ininlnrss. Kflief nlitnlned at once, aud no
return, as we mnkc a radical cure.
IIAI.HAM ANII IIXVGItN IIIIMIt TMIIAT
MttNT. We have a home treatment that Is very ef
fective in all diseases of Ihc air iNusatfrs. Wc
hnve iirescrihctt hundreds of throe home
treatments and sent Ihrm In every Htale In
the I'ninn and some wonderful cures huvc
A small pamphlet, descriptive uf Ashcvillc
nnd also riplainlntt our treatment, sent free
on application. Also a list of questions sites
with each pamphlet that everyone should
hnve lirfore sending lor horns, treatment. The
questions when properly answered cnahle as
to make 0 correct diagnosis of each case.
Wc have treated many hundred cases with
the Compound Osydrn and flotsam and havr
never had a case to havs hemorrhage from
lungs after taking the treatment.
Don't let your prejudice keep y.u away,
but come and eiamlne for yourself. Better
sacrifice prejudice than your lift. Consulta
Olllcs over Coaby's lewclry More, nenr
Orand Central llotel, ration Avenue, Ashe,
rille, N. C.
T. J. HARUAN, 11. D.
'til. '. AtJjj. V, t . mJjLc.' 4J li'Limb
ICE RATES FOR
In (iiiitiilillfs nut less Ihim one ton nt fnetory.
In ilium tit Irs unt less Until nne luill ton nt liielory
;uin piiunils, ;iti tickets, til pounds each
mm nn " I" " "
TOO " ilH " 'J.1 .,
7flo " m " 5,1
toitit in " Inn "
Tlekrts In dotlnr pnekiiiits mitt unv ipiiiniil.i
uur olliee lor cusll or tltkt ls.
AhIicvIUc Ice &
Telephone No. 36 and 40.
1 5 EST AJSTIIIIACITE COAL
1-ornult'Ul WholtKiiU' nmi Httnillijr
ASHEV1LLK ICK AND COAL COMPANY,
Telephone j6 and 40.
Hxeliislve Auenls i IHiiiiiBtle inn I Slellllll lor Western North ClirollllB.
I.HWIS MADIH'X. I'res I.. I'. Mcl.DI'li. Viec-Pres I. Ii. KANKIN, Ca:liler
HlKKCTiKS:-Uis Mmliiiik. M.J. Ilenrilen, M.J. 1'anK. J- U. Hnnkin.J. H, Kay.J. It. I'ii il
S. II. Keen. t,t-o. s. l'owt-11, c . M. nici.ouo.
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, -
-tIrKltlMlI'll MltV 1st, IMMI..
Ntute, County and
IKhs n llenernl Honkinc llitainess. IKpoaits
lections mnde on ull fieeessihle ioiiits. The
Onull sums in this tlt'purinieut, dt-positeil lor
Of 4 s?r cent. H-r Huuiiin wilt lH- pniit.
Sa.'eint altt niion ihvcn to loiius on rent entitle,
ll-n Irom tl ill tu II p. m. Mil Snturdii.vs the Snvinu litpiirtnicnl will Im nKntill Ii i. in .
inn I illy
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
217 Haywood Street.
All WATKK THOHOl ;tll-Y I- ICTICRKII on Ilie Ircinlfctw
Twrnty-tivr ) iim ot prutniil rxiH-nriuc, coiiildtinl wilh I'KMKonai. iiiirnliin to nil lit
tnila of thr ltntiH'Hi nnd iHfltvl fiiriinct nitnlH lot vi.k im inhkh nnd itkitv of nil koimIn
manufactured, rnnhlc the piopnctor to prarnt lo hU nuinnnutt putrona a ttuiirrior cHt ut
Cnrlionntcd Ikvcrnm i.
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siplitm
litnucr Ale nnd nM. the vnrtnuw llnvora ol SOMA V ATKK rtnil for ahipmrnl ninj fifrrrwl
free in City llutita. lut ot town orilcmniuiit hnve rksionmhi.k nicrriiiT.
C. H. CAMPHIXL.
MOUNTAIN PARK HOTEL & COTTAGES.
HOT SPRINGS, N. C.
La- :. . 1 . iZPirijy
Ruoiiih In Cottage Upon the Ground With
TAJ5LE 1JOA11I) AT HOTEL.
$12.00 TO $14.00
A BUILDING LOT OR ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS IN HOTEL BOARD FREE,
In the New and Growing Mountain RcHort,
(Nenr AhIicv.IIc, N. C, nnd mljoiiiinj; the Vamlcrltilt lislnlc.
Vtuircholi-c of nny lot in thr plot for 1mi. ou Rtt n Wnirnuly Ih-rd
itillc pcrft'cti and n receipt tor 1hi. lth trn coupon nttnchnl, riuh con
non lor lo. Thcwc coiifHina nre kooiI lor 10 encta in payment foi lnurd nt
nny of the hntcla in Hhyluml.
IIotki. Ht. Arm iNir ohii now. I
MirTKi. lioNftvi-HKHT o-rn now JRiiIra IVoni 'M to$MI per inoiith.
1'AVii.ioN jtorH ttrlnu huHt )
Thrvtccoupoim nrrgood tor thrt-rycnriifVom tlulr dittrnnd nrctrnuolrrnrifi
Thcrrlorv. vou onv fiooTor your choice of Ih-itil-lul liulldlnu hit.V'U
Ki't the too nil liiu-k lu honnl ; tou hnve thtcr vchih to do in ; you cm
mII thr comm in mo mi' our flue If vou dit not uc llu-in; nud nt or l-rlorc thr;
end ol tlirvc inr your lot will U- worth from $aoo to loo or more.
OTIS A. MILLER,
Take Troll. Out Ml .in A. M.- Fare j Centa 4r Itrlvc Huulta H MUCH.
I'M III., kl TI.HIM-.U. City Annl. UH Pillion Ave.
HOTELS ARMOND-HOTEL BONNYCREST
SKVLAND MINICKAI. SPRINGS, N. CV
KlKhl Mllcsi Mouth ol' AHlievlllc, on the A. A H. Knllroatf.
New hotels, new eollnKes. new furnllurt-, Ih-miiIIIiiI groves, neat teual. nnd croiUt-l luwus.
48 MINERAL SPRINGS.
White Hulphur, Alum, Mnunrsia, Iron ami llisom. Those seeking health and pit nre anil
select stH-lety will not fall to visit this plcusunt resort nnd drink of Us Inn I mix witters.
. A. IeVUNE,
aprtl dlf IHailHItcr.
Anbcvlllc, N, C.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Mnnufnctunni nnd I ten Urn In nil ttindu ul Iirrnurd
1 V M Ii R, 7
Door, Mauli, Hllndn, IrlouldliiKM, Htalrwork, MaiiteU, Baiih
id Bar flxturen, and all fclnda of Bulldlnir Material.
Hard Wood Lumber Work a Specialty.
nor 14 illy Trlephon No. .
WIS ARK GOING TO MOVE
TO NO. 31 NORTH MAIN STREET ABOUT AUGUST 17,
And until thnt dale will sell all goods at in icr rent, on cost. Vou will do well to lnke ad
vnntugc of the low prices.
Just see our large Towel at liIVs ets ami Ik
Pon't forget I Look out and look In I
inc. s:r hundred.
- ol lie nniy he oliinliud from drivers and ut
No. 30 PwUoh Avenue.
leceiveri. Ksehnnce housht and sold. Col'.
Suvinit l-'enture will receive sM-eial nttetiiloii.
lour moiilhs or lonner, intert-si ul tin- rni
which will he tlnetti tor lonu tlnu on null
Near Panne tiger Depot.
(Mir nil Ineh Tnlde l.liun at eta.
Aelieyllle Dry Goods Co.,
J. 0. M0WBLL, Maaagsr,