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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 9, 189Q.
EWART IS A LAWYER.
WITHOl'T VUVM AMD AN OF
So His Organ Mayo, but That State
ment Doc Mot Make the Repub
lican candidate KlUlble for
Mentberanlp In the Alliance.
"KWART AND THE ALLIANCE.'
"Under the above caption Tiik Citizen
ol to-day, Momlay,eharRes Mr. Ewart
n tvinir niiifli. n member of the farmers'
alliance while he was ineligible to liecome
a member on account ol being a lawyer.
"We are fully preutrel to dispute this
statement. As a matter of fact Mr. bw
art had closed his Ihw office before the
farmers' alliance was organized in Hen
derson county, unci lias not rcccivni
fr for unlit ii'iiiL' since that time. Aa to
h i.i.iii.intiiiim ihat Mr. livvnrt inten
tinnullv nttenniieil todeceive the alliance
and lofced himself into that body, wc
can onlv indulge feeling ol sincere pity
for the' authors ol such vain story il
will not succeed in deceiving even the
most blind, obtuse democrat prejudiced
as he may lie.
Mr. Hwart mid his Ashevillc not
organ but tin whistle would licstget to
gether and find a ciuisistcnt basis for de
nial of what Tiik Citizen charges. It is
reported on better authority than the
Farmer and Mechanic Unit when Mr
Kwart as a lawver and n nicmlicr ol
the nllii.nce, was asked if he hail sur
rendered his title as a lawyer he said
"No, I didn't have to," meaning appar
ently, that he had blurted down all op
IHisition and carried his name into mem
bemhilt of the alliance with sheer force ol
cheek. If this is not true The Citizen
will correct it when so informed on good
Anyway, the 1-'. & M. denies nothing
but that Mr. Hwart's law office is closed
and that he has not received a fee ot'liitc.
Those two facts, it must lie conceded, di
not make a fit candidate for the alliance
out ot II. G. Kwnrt. Moreover a law vci
without a practice is of the least desirable
kind for the alliance: his capacities for
mischief making having all his time on
his hands are too great to make him a
worthy representative of the farmers' in
Will Mr. Kwart and the P. it M.-
though it does not matter about the last
named kindly cast an eye at this from
the Country Homes, organol the alliance
ill this locality:
"tll'K NOMINEE I'oK CONIIKKSS
"Until the democratic and republican
congressional conventions for the Ninth
district have been held. At Wavnesville,
Aug. 20lh, Hamilton C. liwnrt. of Hen
derson couiitv. was nominated by the re
miblican nartn. and at Ashevillc, August
L'Tlli. Win. T. Crawford, of Haywood
ci Hint v. was nominated bv the ileum-
cratic party. The Country Home being
non-partisan in politics has no comment
to make on eillicr, save nun uiey arc
both talented young lawyers; but as the
organ of the alliance of this district il
denies the statement which has liccii cir
culated that they are inemliers ol the
order. The constitution of the
fanners' alhancc dics not admit
the legal profession to which they both
arc allied according to their own stale
mints, hence if n siilwilliiinec acts con
trary to its lorm of government in ntlv
particular it is the duty of the stale alli
ance to take away its charter, and any
ierson joining the order in violation to
the constitution is an iuiHistcr,and is by
no means recognised as a uienilier by
those who are in deed and in truth sin
cere member of the order. Wc publish
this not only in due rcRvt for the injiis
ticedonetheeandidatcs.as no gentleman
would force hiinsell into anv organization
simply for the s.ikeol sell ngraiidisement.
but aiso to correct misrepresentation,
and set the miuils of the eople aright
upon the alliance. It is lar above comic
crnding to take any one into the order
who is known to lie iiiclligiblc on ac
count of their business, prolcssion 01
o.htrwise, or eateriiig to the scntiincn
t.ililv ol any man or party. When an
alliance does violate its constitution it
docs not onlv have to surremlcrtlie char
ter, but its member should lie subject to
the severest criticisms and liable to ex
pulsion. As yet wc have hcurdof no alli
ance catididatc or any memlier ol the
order who is in the held for this Misition
against the nominees."
In the only speech which The Citizen
has seen rciortcd of W. T. Crawford, he
frankly stated that he was not a member
of the alliance.
The Rifle Content.
The score which appeared in yester
day' issue was that of the shot gun
club instead of the ritle team. The fol
lowing is the correct score of the rifle
The first prize was the Mcltee prize ol
$IHI in gold. The teams entered were:
First Ashevillc, Second Ashevillc, French
llroad, llusliee, Candler, lllack Moun
tain. Slimier Ciiards, Columbia Utiles.
Lumber llridge tenin. The prize was
won bv Ashevillc Team No. 1.
The second prize wns for $l!0ii n Hi
shot contest, divided into $10(1, $.-,(), $.ri0
first money was won by Sumter
('.minis: second money wns won by Col
umbia Rifles; third money was won by
Lumber Bridge Team.
The next contest wns for ftoil, given
bv Hon. Richmond Pearson. This wns di
vided by agreement into three wincra
oil, 30 and $'Jll the first money wn won
liy the Ashevillc term No. I; the second
nioney wns won by the Ashevillc tcmr
No. 'J; third money was won by the Sum
The Fire I-mnI Mlicht.
At 12.15 this morning fire wn discov
ered in the basemint of I). G. Noland's
tore on North Main street. The ulnrm
wa turned in from box WJ and in less
than twenty minutes the firemen were on
the scene, and succeeded in extinguishing
the flames in a few minutes.
It is thought the fire was started hv
some one going into the basement, the
door of which was left ojien, and droo-
(iin; fire from a iie or cigar on to the
my that wn stored in the cellar. About
$HH) worth of damage was done.
The Tolunteer firemen deserve credit for
the promptness with which they re
IHinded to the alarm. If they had been
less prompt a serious conflagration would
Real Kalale Trannfera.
Daniel Walker and wife to J. K.
Connolly, SO acre on Nwnnna
noa river $
M. L. Burnett and wife to J. K.
Connolly, acre on Swiinna
W. H. Burnett and wife to J. K.
Connally, 15 acre on S wanna-
J. M. Campbell and wife to A. J,
Lyman, lot on Valley street
O. K. and C. Y. William to Geo.
W. VandcrbiltrSa acmmarthe
J. T. Carter nd wife to M. J.
Bcarden, 828V4 acre on French
Porecaattlll S a. nt. Wednesday
Fair, except Hunt rain on ine
coaHti allKhtly cooler i northerly
There were fit) arrivals at Glen Rock
Miss Susong, of Greenville, is stopping
at the Swannanoa.
Mr. Arthur 12. Jenks ha returned from
The Asheville Female College and the
Home Industrial school will both open
Mr. Will H. Williams left to-day for
Lexington, Vn., where he will attend the
Virginia Military institute.
A. P. Cooier, the ushing, enterprising
grocer, unsjusi pin on me sirccv a un
livery wagon ol I lie most modern inline
It is a dandy.
Frank H. West, of Savannah, Ga., win
has licen visiting W. W. West this sum
uicr, left for New York to-day. From
there he w ill go to Savannah.
Mr. Thos. J. Wooldridgc left last night
lor Hickory, lissoltiy wntspercii tiiai
he will bring somclioily Hack Willi mm
Tiik Citizen congratulates tnem.
Note the change in the advertisement
of Messrs. Gwvn & West. They sold
vestcrdav the large house on Chestnut
street occupied by Col. Dunn, and it is
Cornelius Clark was assan I led on
Wnudliti street last night, and badlv cut
about the head with n rock. Two large
pools of blood on the walk this morning
showed thai he had wetl proiusciy. i ne
assailant is unknown.
Stopping tit the Grand Central to-day
are. T. I.. GolV. Richmond; C. F. Grilling.
N. C: Thos. li. Grace, w ile, child and
sister, New Orleans; G. C. Hacot, S. C;
G, W. !h.ildell. Orlando. Fin.; Miss Dur
ant, Colr.inbia; II. li. linker, Louisville;
H. II. Turner, Norfolk.
Among the arrivals at the llatterv
Park vestcrdav were: las. M. mines.
Mr. anil Mrs. Ik'llups I'hinizy, nurses
and two children, iririma; Mrs. K
I'iuckncv Smith, Miss Salllc Owen, New
Orleans: C. M. I'nrksand wife, llillsboro;
Mrs. F.J. McCall, l.ouisana; II. It. Milli
kin, Cinciiinati; li. W. Iteration, Lynch
burg. Rev. J. II. Arnold returned last night
from Miirnhv. where he delivered a ser
mon last Sunday, and distributed prizes
to the laivs and mils who had made tin
largest collections for the henrtit of dis
abled preachers and their lamiiies. Air.
Arnold has licen in Ashevillc a'loiit one
month, and is greatly pleased with t In
cite. He is connected with the Ashevillc
Female College, where he will have
charL'c of the classes in mental and moral
nhilosonhv. phvsiologv and natural
THE HI I.PHI R HPHlNti.
Work Being- Rapidly Pushed on
the F.xteiiNloii to the Hotel.
Work on the extension of the Ashevillc
Sulphur Spring hotel is going ahead
with a rush. A large force of men are at
work on the walls and naif. The west
wall is entirely completed and the other
three side nearly ii. Work on the roof
has liecn commenced, ami as soon as this
is finished, a still larger numluT ol
hands will lie put al work and the
building will lie completed by iiIhiuI
I nner and lower veranda will extend
around the entire front ami ends of the
building, making over one thousand feel
in all, five hundred Icet of it Iwing conliii-
iis. The addition is built lit a right
oiL'le with the original building and will
lie the same height, three stories, and is
1 7:i ttvt Iiiiil'. It will contain sixty-six
rooms, and each room will gcttheliciicfit
l the sun a part ol the day.
The Hsitionol the building is such, thnt
luriui the winter a iierson can sit on the
veranda and get the lull rays of the sun.
mil lie iicnceiiy screeneo irom ine com
inrtli and west winds. In the summer.
the largeoak treesriitirclvshadcthespace
in front ot the hotel, making a delightiul
place to swing under the tree in ham
mocks or sit on the verandas. 1m on
Ruck has secured a prize in this place lor
i sanitarium, us a more lavoralile loca-
lion or Inner surroundings would lie
impossible to liud. The srencrv, a
every one who ha visitcil the place
knows, is lienutilul iieyond all ilrstTiii
lion. The hotel is situated in the cen
ter ol the basin of all the mountain
ranges and in every direction can I
seen grsnil and picturvwpic peaks, Mount
Mit'.'hcll. .Mount risgan and hundreds ol
smaller ones. Yanderbilt's is in plain
view, mid for miles around imposing
scenery is spread out like a panorama.
As soon us the hotel is hnislictl work
will commence on the electric railwav,
which will run over the new bridge at
the mouth of the Swannanoa and then
up the French llrond valley to the hotel.
I here win also lie a road tor carriages
along the river and it will make one ol
the nicest drives to I found anywhere
Stale Monday school Convention.
This association will meet in the rooms
of the Y. M. C. A. of this city on Mon
day anil Tuesday, the iritlinud Kith. Itis
to Ik hoiied that wc will have a mil at
tendance of delegate. The committee
appointed by the various Sunday schools
ol the city will please meet at the rooms
mine l. ,M, i, a. to-morrow, Wednes
day, at 0 o'clock to make arrangements
to entertain delegate. II. A. (d ih;e.
SOUTH CAKIU.ISA T'nl.KS,
Mr. Hugh Parks, of Kdmnndsonvillc,
Kuwun county, just across the Cabarrus
hue, is almost blind and deal. In Janua
ry, IHtll, he will k ninety-nine year ol
nge. He ha outlived all hit children
The Ihirhum (IoIk says: Mrs, Marga
ret J. Nichols, nf Pish Dam, widow of II.
W. Nichols, has just celebrated her Th
birthday. liighty-five children and
grand-children helped herent upn fine din
ner. The rumor that ex-('.overnor llolilcn
had another stroke nf pnralyii wns un
founded. It wn caused by hi having
tumbled nnd fallen while nt Ink wood
cemetery. He was not at all injured.
One of the main streets thnt run
through the West Knd Hotel lind and
Improvement compnny's estate at Win
ston i cnlled "Zeb Vance avenue."
kvMr. V. R. Mclntyre, who I well
known for hi superior wnrkmnmhip,
nnd Mr. C. E. Moody, who sell the very
best brand of Portland cement, have as
sociated themselves to make a specialty
of laying concrete sidewalks nnd arc pre
pared to take contracts to do such work
in the very best mnnnrr. Office 30 I'at
ton avenue, telephone 40 and 73.
A Grenl Schcms,
We call attention to the advertisement
..I UL ulnnil U. .-I.... h,Ihm Vt. 14 .11
V ' .MT...,,I. Tt 111 lly .,,, CI
oners $100 In hoard at either hotel In
Hkylnnd virtually free. This is a novel
way of bringing Into notice anew resort.
and while it is a very liberal offer It will
pay In the end, a all judicious advertis
ing will. Thi offer ha already crowded
both hotel at Rkyland Rprings and
brought into notice the fine mineral
DEMOCRATS AXD MiPUUUCAXS.
The senatorial convention of the Thir.
teenth district nominated R. P. Allen,
merchant and farmer, by acclamation.
Dr. M. Mel. Tatum, an Alliance man
wns nominated lor the legislature. Mr.
Vance was enthusiastically endorsed nnd
A letter has been received from Senator
Vance expressing his lively interest in the
state convention of the voting men's
Democratic clubs in Raleigh on the -'4 1 It
instant and promising President Julian
S. Carr to do everything in his power to
promote the objects of the clubs.
A portion of the republican county
ticket is acceptable to most of the repub
lican, but there is open revolt to some
of the nominees and unless they come
down off the ticket a hot tight is ahead
ol them. Some of the most influential
colored republicans of the city arc en
gaged in the revolt. Wilmington Mes
77AS' MHA.Vi HCS1XUSS.
W 'Richmond capitalists have boucht
lots in Henderson upon which they pro
pose to erect large factories.
WTThc Greensboro Furniture coitin.inv
has organized with a capital of $lo.too
and Thomas Wooctrootc pier itlcnt.
W"Mr. Phoenix received a letter from
a llaltiiuorc syndicate, who have seen
samples of the oil from the well, to come
to llaltimorc as soon as ikissiIuc and
they would guarantee all cxieusc. Mr
Phoenix Iclt Monday lor llallimore tt
confer with the syndicate in regard It
the development ot the well. Greens
tHifCivil liugiiiccr M. O, Hawkins, ol
the Richmond am) lianvillccoiiipanv.has
licen ordered to survey three routes Irom
Wilkesboro to Itrisuil, Taut., to select
the liesl one bv which to run the Rich
inotiil anil llnnvillc line to that noiiii. It
is generally believed in Winston that this
means cither a main line Irom Washing
ton, or one from Norlolk through Win
ston to llt islol.
Voices of the Nlifht.
I'rom th Huston Courier.
When nu-llt tins Irt her eurlnitis tlnuii. wild
low mill pltiintivr hum,
Mnmiiitiie lliirsdiiK ur our hlnoil arminil
our iMitiiwH I'omr.
We WAteh, hp wnil nith (mint hrentli wliile
Mtriki-s the iiililnluhl eliilne.
Anil hit imr ehrt-ks n HiitiKiiiK sliin and miss
'em i'er time
Hunter "Have von seen anv rabbits
i mining around here.'" AIh- IoIiiisoii
1'ar s a rabbit sou.-ittiti under tic fence
hcr dar. l.f you shoots at nun. I reckon
he will rim fast cnitill'." Texas Sidings.
The nally Citizen.
Is always alive to the mteus's ol
Ashevillc ami its m-oiilc.
... i ...
is the most iHipiuar advertising nic-
until in .oriu i.iiroiiiiti.
Is read bv a greater number of iieoplc
than any other secular p.iticr in the
Is always filled with the choicest read
ing matter of the da v.
Hoarding house till their rooms by ad
vertising in the Citizen.
News, anil all the news, makes the Cit
izen a general favorite.
No retail merchant ever made a great
success without advertising. Try. the
An advertisement in the Citizen pays
he advertiser an hundred-fold.
WholeMnle Prlcen on Fruit Jure.
II v thclHix onlv: quarts. 7,"i tvnts ikt
lozeti; one hall gallons, ll'.l ivnts dozen.
Cash only. No'v is the lime to make
up clubs, and save moiicv. Always low
est prices at Law's, on South Main St.
At J. N. Morgan & Co's. hookstorc
urcs allei'linns ol the lung and throat.
To insure change ol ail vert iscmcnts
running on regular contract, copy must
lie banded in by In o'clock a. III.
Al I. N. Morgan - Co's. biMikstorc
prevents contagioii and cures disease.
A nnd Rallrond Wreck
Hvurreil several days ago on one ol oic
most itiiHirtant trunk line. N'oImmIv
hurt but all t lie baggage except the
Holier-1 ray i rutins was smashed up.
Hny one. Sold hv dealer. Made bv II.
W. Koiiniltrce ft ilros., Kichiiuiuil, Vn.
The AMtievllle cituen lilvca
The latest Iih'iiI news.
Tlw freshest State news.
The licst general news.
I'tcneral and sieciiil eoniineiils.
The largest siibscrintioii list of any
secular pa-r in the Slate.
I he Ix-st advertising medium in the
A full stair of able editor and corrcs-
The neatest, ne wshsI and most entcr-
iirtsittg pa tier in North Carolina.
It ellort nre alwav devotetl to the
upiiuiitiing ami iicvvloiiment ot the re
siiuree nf the Slate, particularly the
Subscription, $11 srr nntitim; $3 si
months; no cents tier month.
A Mew Mond lo nilKa.
If you are wise and wish to iK-come
healthy and wealthy also, von will use
Koiier King or i; eetnc l.iuht flour: Isj-
cause the Ashevillc Milling Compnny's
Hour is not only the nest nut theeliennest
In-. C. A. (larralt hvlti dreliled to linslr
In Asheville, tin hern elected Organist and
Choirmaster of Trinity Church. He Is pre
I mi ml to give lessons on the Orgun, IMsno-
furte. Violin and In voice culture: will also he
ijiea to cnKKTmrnt ss eondmtor of Or
chestral or Choriil Hocktle. I'or terms ap
ply to im.OAHKATT.
s.-ptNtllw HI Pattos Avenue.
PKIVATB BOA R II.
y rooms, house newly nir.
fll.hrd; JtotHl tsltl
1c. Terms rvasouahlc. oa
street cr lint.
MM. J. I.. MMATIIItKR,
SI a I'sttun Art.
A Fine Mock of Knsrllah and Do.
Win h ald to sm my raatumers and rv-
ernvt onwra for ran ana winter Clothing.
J. W. WMARTH, 43 North Main St.
MOF. $. IAVILLI,
CLASSES FOR DANCING.
Assemhlv rooms Sit Pattoa Avenue, (irsnd
Ofwra House; Mnndaya, a p. m. Children
aalarda8, 8 o'rloek. private teaaons any
our. niiiiiHiuim, uniea ascuioo.
Bujr Llndacy'a Ouldc Book
toW.M.Ci Price ctB.
Index to Mew AdvertlHeraenta.
Wantku A. J. I.ymnn.
Piano class Miss titinnlnon.
For Rrnt Wm. M Cnekv, Jr.
Wanthd Csrson's Book Ntorv.
Thi'ktkh's 8AI.K A. T. 8uninii-.v.
Pint Hknt Kichmonri Pearson.
8TKAM IIakkii Hhkaih J. II- IhirrillKtotl.
KAVKNSCKtlVT Hlllll 8CII1IIU, Kotllllll Me
llnntllil AsiiKyil.LK Pkmalk Coi.I.biib Prof. H. It.
A hriuht tny from 12 to 14 Apply at once
at Cnnton's took Store.
Five Uirjifp airy rooniH over Htoreroom now
occupied hy,, H. Woody. Apply to
avplPilUt WM. M COCK K, JK.
A larKC, coinmoiHotiH "tore, railroad track
riK'Ht to door. Appiv to
nepld:wtw Or II. Hatttrham.
J. II. Harrington's.
RAVEfTsCROFT 1HIGH SCHOOL.
('rcpHrntory lUmrilinH iiml Piiv Si'lioot for
Hoy. The He union witt fonimniiT ctliu-n
ilnytSoptiMiibcr 17. For imrtirnlarM npply l
KONAI.ll M Al'DONAIJ), H. A., Dxlonl.
wpttldl w !'. I. Hon 4411.
Teacher of Piano.
PERMANENT CLASSES NOW FORMING AT
X Ha i Icy rcct.
II y virtiif t fi ilrt'il of triml rxrcittrtl
Wilitinn i.rmilrr to A T. Siimmcy to Hfi'iiiT
(he pavttH'iit nf ii no Ic nu'itlionnl tluri-in,
() ilcnl ot trtit lu'inu ilulv 'Ki"U'ml in tht
Kfjiiwti'i't otliiv ot' liiim-oinlic fount y. in
Honk No. IN, pace :t!'Jo. MnrtKHKC Ki-tonN,
I will wll for c nIi to the lilKhcitt .miller nt
the court It nunc in Ashevillr on the 1 1 1 It ilay
of lU'toln-r. iNitil nit ill lUnt-rihril lot liemi; it-
unie on Moiintniti trret, in the city of Ahe-
villf, nml niliotiiini: tin lot ot Kulim K. umn-
lee mitt other 1 lit ScptemU'r M. IH'.mi
A. T. SUM MKV.
MTptthHt tuc TriiHtee
Iiitlt for the htintlreil iUi foot nml miv him
In.) ftMoot polt'M ilrlivereit hy Spl- 1lh nt
A hi-villi' frriKht ilcpot. 1'olen to lie Hi'kd,
untl nml otriPKht. nml ni ltulun in tlimne-
tcr tit lop. AiMii"H
A. J. LYMAN.
HrptHil.Vu lv Ashrvillc. N. C.
OPENS ITS NEXT ANNUAL SESSION TO.
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10,
AT 9 O'CLOCK.
At n ni otic rule cot thin liiKlitiitioii ottcr
i the H'opU of tthcvillr tut opMrtntiit.v of
ifivhiK to their ilnuKhlern n moit thoiouuh
ituenllon In I.AN'fUAt'.H, LIT KKATI'KIt,
HCIIINCK, Ml'SIC, ART. TVI'lvWKITlSC,
STKKKJKAIH Y. IM MK K Ivlil't N.
Wctlcvlrc antl nolieit yom pntmniiKr. nl
will give you nlifaetinn in every particular.
I'or information npply to the I'rctlricnt.
Prof. B. E. AtkinM,
At the CollcKd
At thr corner of CoMcrc nml Ouk Htrrctn.
Hiilmrlmn reitlflrncr. one mile from eitv on
Mr mm on nvenue mnd, hnmlnomelv nml
-omitlettlv furnithcn nml eiiuituied : cuoulnitc
view; vktcniilve RronnU; two lreh jemey
o ; winter unnten; horMcw nnd vehieleM If
lrtrrl. roiwritiiion Ktvrn tut of Novrmttcr.
iwnrr ncenpyina In Htinnnrr onlv would
tnnttr fierninnent nrrnntrentent with pttrly
itainiiK a winio trsi'iriitT .vinnnN
Hrptllillnt I O. 1.1 K K mix nnu.
i Iochetttook cnnlnininu im.Vinmrwh
tietween Hny'n Htntile nnd Woodlmrv'ii ntntde
ind Mr. J. Cnmptrn' n-indcncr on Itnvwootl
"irwt. The followinn Pikth were In Ihf
iMHik : fwl iiiMB. let lint nnd h nnk chrckx.
onr '4 tvnt K)lnftT Htiitnp, nnd n wny bill
irom . oiiiniiiim, . .inyonr rrtuntinu mil
iiooR witn tne money win retvlvc lio re
nrn ii. n. wii.hon,
cptOiH w At Woodlmry'a Htntile.
Honor with t rtMimii and rt nem land oa
Ik-n verdant road. 1 K niilra from Court
Miiiiare. Apply to C. M. COOl'liH, nn the
premise. AttR'J tr
Dr. Be F ArHnjtton,
MI R4.KON ' J" f DF.NTIIIT,
Pillinv teeth a nccinltr. aleo treating dU
ensed a umn, and all diiiraae pertaining to
ine nrntai trncture. omci room nn rat
ton avenue, over Kayaor tfmlth'a 4ma
At 1fN Chmtntit Ntreet; larar hnae with
Wfll vrntllntrd rooma. hot and cold hath.
cloartii, wc IliKh location, near car line.
A tadv's .Ilk umlirrlln on Rnniiet lirlve.
Ilra.rrtlnm rnnd or Mrrrlmoil Ave, Plndrr
will ne rrwarilrd lie returning .nmr to
MIUNililt 187 HAII.BV BTHHKT.
ilie, Krai K.tate A Kent,
nrfll be from thl. time on
My iimee himr.
from 111 lot Will he alnd tn attend to any
limine., during thoM hoars. Tkrn hoam
to rent, Apply to
sriitMdat Meal KaUte Aitrnt.
Oold, Mirer, I Tory. Oak, Ollt sad CornM-
nation Mouldlnas. Also Room Moulding..
Picture. Msttrd, Mounted and Framed at
lowest prices and work aiiarantsrd. HnjrraT.
Inan. Palntlnas and Local VI. w. always oa
ia s. MaNm St., AahCTllIc
BALLARD, RIGH & BOYCE,
Stovc-N and Tinware.
PLUMBING, GAS AND STEAM FITTING, SLATE
AND TIN ROOFING.
I'AINTf and OILS.
THE PASTEUR FILTER,
IN AM. SIZISS I'OK l-'AMIl.Y
(iuaraiiteecl to lie i-rm rl.
AM. SUliS KHI'T IN STUl'K.
to 1'iiiisi! m:i-:iim'.
Am it is tmptirtimt to iinc only tin- ItcNt mil-
UTinl If ir Sidrwalkn. I hiive nrrauK'U t keep
in mock mi'l 11 hc in my uurk the celeiiratcit
PliMMi; WSCMi;K-lTliTTIN ANCHOR
MHANIt" of l.HKMAN IMtKTLANIi CIS
Mi;T. which In iimci! lurcly fur that pur'
Kmc, 11 ntl In preference to many other kind,
in SKW YORK, CHlCAf.i-. ST. PAI'l..
MINNKAI'IM.IS, IMiTKiHT. NIJV 4)K
KAN 8, ST- AI'tit'STINH ANI OTttl.M
CI ril'tS. LclicrM from ttiitc platvo nhowinK
it to Ik' much HtiH-rior to the ItramlK ordi
narily ti kci I here anil tcMtinionlalii an to U
MiiK'rior ipiality will Ik nhown tu anyone
c. 1:. moonYa
Office No. 30 Paltou Avenue.
TUI.HI'MUNI. Nt). 40.
ComiMiund iiKcn nnd Meillcatcd Balsam
VnHir ha.irnvrilmiirc autTeiifulln the treat
ment ordinctiM'sol the nime. throat and hntu
than all olhrr icninllo cmnlilnrd. It wlilnm
Isita In any ense of Anlhma. We hnrc cured
many iieople In the four yrara wc have been
In Ashevillc who had given np all hnie. Call
at ouroftlcc and wc will give you their name.
Wc also make a Sicrlnlty of ditKasra of the
rectum. If you are afflicted with Plica eomc
and Ret relief. No pain or luaa of time from
bualnesa. Krlirf obtained al once, and no
return, as we make a radical cure.
BALHAM ANIIOXVCHN IIOMII TNItAT-
We have a home treatment thnt Is very ef
fective In all diseases of the nlr piuwaKra. Wc
have prcacrilicd hundreds of thrae home
treatments snd aent them In every Htatc In
the Union and some wonderful cum have
A small pamphlet, descriptive of Asheville
and alao rtplnlnlng our treatment, aent free
oa application. Also s list of questions rocs
with each pamphlet that everyone should
have liefore smiling lor home treatment. The
queatlons when properly answered enahlc u.
to make a correct dlagnoals of each case.
Wc have trcatrd many hundred cases with
the Compound Osydrn and Balsam and have
never had a case to have hemorrhage from
lungs after taking the treatment.
Hiin'tlrt your prejudice keep y.u awav,
but come and esamlnc for yourself. Better
sacrifice prejudice than your life, Con.ulta
Office over Coahy's lewelry Htnra, near
Orand Central Motel, Patton Avenue, Aihe
vlllc, N. C.
T. J. HARUAN, HI. D.
ASHEVU.LIi ADVHR flSBMENTS
ICE RATES FOR
In quantities not less thus one tun at Ihctorjr.......
In uiiniilltlc. not In. than not hulrtiin at faeliiry
in hi ihiuuiU, :m tlekcta, 10 pound, each
in hi no " I"
Tim " !!S " i"
7511 " 1 " l
umn 111 " lotl
Tliki-tB In ilullar pMi kiim-H mid nnv iinutit.i
uur uitii-c fur vault or ticket.
Asheville Ice &
Telephone No. 36 and 40.
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
I'or mile lit Wholesale nml Retail liy
ASHICVII.I.i; ICK AND COAL COMPANY,
Telephone 36 and 40.
Iticliinire Altitun ( lintiirHtlc and Strain! lor Western North Carolina.
I.I1WI8 MAtlllUX, I
IllHKeTtiss: lwia M
nililui, M.J. Ik-nnlcn,
8. II. Keeil. lico. S. Powell, C.
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, E-
Organiicd May l.t, 1NHM.
Htatet County autl City Depository
Itotn a tlitieral HMikiiiH HuMlncM. Icpimitit received. Kichanjce bouRht and sold. Col
lection 11 made on all nrii-Mililc point. The HavlnR Feature will receive upccinl ttentlon.
On nil nunu in this department, depouitcd for four month or Innffcr, in ten I at the raff
ot 4 per cent, per annum will lie paid.
8 1 icd a I attention id veil to loan on real entatc, which will be placed for lonii time on n-al
Ofien from U a. m. to .'I p. in. On Hntiinlnya the Htivins Ikpartment will benientdl A p.m.
jnn Id . y
S17 Haywood Street.
AII,'WATKK THOHOUUHLY FILTKRKU on the Prcnilaca.
Twenty Ave year ol practical eicr.ener, com bi tied with prmhonai. attention to all tfe
tnil of the ttuitinrHK and pertect arranKcmrnt for clranlinkhh and PUHtTV of all fHli
manufactuml, ruatilr the proprietor to urvacnl to hit numerous patrons a iiirriir Hmn 01
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphons
I'.inerr Ale and all the viirliiua Davnra ol HOHA WATKK ready for .hipment and drllver.U
free in City limit.. Out nf town onlcrs'must have RR.p4iN.1aLB reference,
, C. H. CAMPHHU.
A BUILDING LOT OR ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS IN HOTEL BOARD FREE,
In the New and Growing Mountain Kcaort.
(Xcnr Ashevillc, N. C, nnd atljoiuiiiK the Vandcrhill Estate.)
V. iir choice of any lot In the plot for $HM. Voii art n Warranty Deed
t title (terfect I and a receipt lor nn. w it h ten coupon attached, each eou
pott lor Sin. Thee eoiiNitifi are Kod for $iu cuch in payment fin hoard at
nnv of the hotel in skyland.
IIotmi. St. AmjsI imi .K-n now.
IIotki. lioNNvcKKKT oMn now jKntcK from $;toto$H per month,
I'avii.ion lini'H-Ircina Imilt )
ThrrccoiiMtn ttrtK.ioil f,r three year from their datrand aretruarahrr.
Thcrelorr toiionv $HMiftr your choliv of a lieautMul liuildio lot ; you
tsvi the $1IHI all finck in hoard ; tou have three yriir t do w ; von run
wll the coiiHt m to tMime onr e- if tnu do not -c them ; nnd tit r Itelorc the
end of three year your hl w ill he worth from ;tM to $iliHi or more.
OTIS A. MILL EH,
Take Train Out nt 9.10 A. M. Fare asCfnln or llrlvc Houtli Miles,
HW Hll KI'TLIilHIlt, City Arnt. L'M Patton Ave.
HOTEL51 ARMOND-HOTEL BONNYCREST
SKYLAND MINERAL, SPRINGS, N. C.
Klffht milea) Mouth of Aahevillc, on the A. A fi. Railroad.
New hottla, ncv. eultiiKis, new luniltur. . Innutifiil kto vr, neat tennis aiHter(Hurt lawns,
48 MINERAL SPRINGS.
hllc Hulphur, Alum. Mimni-slii, lr.,11 ami l!piim. TIiimm- acrkinu linil'.h ami ideaaure anil
select WH'lely will not fail In vi.il thi. plcawtit icx.rt and ilrink of Its heallna waters.
Aahcvllle, N. C.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Manuiaeturcrs and Dealers lu all klad. ol lirnuwd
Door, Maah, Bllnda, Rlouldlnffa, Mtalrwork, Mantcla, Bank
and Bar Fixtures), and all kind of Building Material.
Hard Wood Lumber Work a Special t v.
any 14 dty
WE ARE GOING TO MOVE
TO NO. 31 NORTH MAIN STREET ABOUT AUGUST IT,
And until Hist dnte will acll all k"kI. at lu kt cent, on coal. Vou will du well lo take ad
vanliiKC of the low price..
Juat see our larae Towel at I IHfc eta and Ik Imppy. 1 Mir Oil Inch Tutile Linen al 4H eta.
Ihin'l fiirsi-tl Look out and look In I
Athcville Dry Good Co.,
I. O. HOWHLI., Maaaarr.
SCHLIT'S MILWAUKEE BEER.
Celebrated the World Over for it Purity.
Wc deliver to all parts of the dty our own Bnttllna Ktoort Deer at
ONE DOLLAR PER DOZEN.
Our lirer I. krnt nt a trntnerature of 40 drarec. and wc guarantee yoa a freah article at
all limes. TUB TKAUB Hlfl'I'l.lUli PMOM
THK LKADINU '
V WINE AND .. LIQUOR .. STORE .
IN THR STATU.
FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.
J. 4. m Aaoi'Astnr, M'a"r.
.....FOR HALE BY
BUNCOMBE BRICK & TILE COMPANY,
AhIicvHIc, N. C. P. O. Box 426,
Dealers In Wall Paper, Window Shadesandratent Hangers,
Pants, Oils sad Varnishes, MaMfy's killed Palat. aad Colors. Window Olaas, boO
Fnnch aad Aatrleaa
W. kMp la stock St. Lost, aad Kcatacky taad.
..lie. per hundred.
- of Ice may tie obtained from driven and at
No. 30 Pattoa Aventte.
McLOI'D. Vlce-Prea. I. It. RANKIN, Caihivr
J. B. Rankin, J. K. Kay, J. II. Hint
1C. A. LeVENE,
Near Paaaeiiatcr Depot.
43 S. MAIN ST.. ASHEVILLE. N. C