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ASIIEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN : THURSDAY
SEPTEMBER 25, 181K).
THE LYCEUM MEETING.
Shall women Vole 1 WM the Que
Hon VP for DIhcummIoii, and It
Wait Thorouichly nlHCUMHed
Plana of the I.jceuiu.
The meeting of the Lyceum on Wed
nesday eveniiiR Rnve very grntilyiiis
evidence of the increasing interest in its
welfare. The uttcndiince was liirne, in
cludinu ninny ladies, and also of gentlc
meu not mcinhers of the society. There
arc continued additions to its member
ship, nnd a pleasing illustration ol the
interest awakened abroad was the ap
plication for admittance made by a
prominent (,'entlcmau from a neinhboritiK
town, and responded to with very cor
The Lvcetim uives promise ot lieniK n
very useful adjunct to the literary ami
intellectual culture of Ashcvillc. With
the crowing interest lelt in its advance
ment there is growing up a purpose to
secure it enduring permanence and a
witler range of uscluluess by securing for
it rooms of its own, with library and
reading room, cabinet of minerals and
curiosities, and a scries of lectures on
scientific, ethnological and literary sub
jects. The steps already taken to attain
these ends give encouraging promise ol
The subject discussed last evening was
"Shall Women be Admitted to thcKighls
of Suffrage, the oener ol the discus
sion being Mr. 11. II. Stephens, who pre
sented his views in the allii mativc, with
u strong arrav of authorities and argil
gumciit and with forcible and animated
lie said: "In considering the national
congress the tundaincnlal principle ol
our government lias been violated h
vesting the sovereignty ot state in tin
men and not in the ieoplc, anil tin
sovereignty is vested only in those fit i
zens of the I'liited States who are H.'r
milled to vote. Neither the pecl.'iratioi!
of Independence or the Constitution con
tains even ail implication that women
should not lie eiilranchised. The Consti
tution says that "the right of citizens
of the 1'niied Stales to vote shall not Ik
denied or abridged by the I niteil States
or by any stale on account of race, eoloi
or previous condition of servitude. Nr.
sex is mentioned, licit her males or leinalo
are reierred to. The right was vested
in the people as a whole and
not men onlv. All iersins derivi
their right to vote troin this clause
ol the constitution, and in it alone exists
the franchise, and it is applicable to wo
men as well as men because thev licloiig
to the ieople of the liiiled Stales. Wo
men constitute almost il not ipiile one
hall the ieople ol the l iiiled Stales, and
still they are deprived ol this their inal
ienable "natural right. Thev are not onlv
people ol this great union but eiti.euv
also, anil ciiizcnsiup always carries v. 111
it the right to vole. Il has lie.'il selllei
liv the stipieme court of the I'nited Sta tei
that women are citizens U'vond ipieslioi
and it lurlher dtcides thai right ol sill
Irage is one of the necessary privileges ol
citizeiislup ol tlie 1 luted Males.
"The doctrine that women are under tin
control ot their husbands and thai thcii
legal existence is susm udeil during cover
ture, has worked great injustice to them
lor centuries. The olil hnglish conimoi
law advocated this legal fiction so strong
Iv thai il deprived the ile ol herrighl ti
iniv iKTSoual oroiiertv. gae the husband
power to correct her moderately, that is
with a stick no larger than a judge's
thumb, and delivered the custody ol net
isrrsoii iiilo his hands. Men Uing tlu
only law makers have made the laws ti
"How cowardly to take advantage
of weakness anil crush it to earth.
Is there any bravery or manhood in thai ?
The brute lorce ol man has subdued the
gentle influence and confiding nature
ol the weaker sex to the narrow
snliere to which thev are confined
which is moulded for them by the suite
rior physical strength of their fathers,
husbands Mid sous, but this idea of infe
riority of women which has so long liccn
entertained and flourished, is fast losing
ground among lilieral minded men, and
they li lid that the oilier sex, though
weaker physically, possess liner moral
qualities, are endowed with keener ill
Blinds and have greater instructive pow
ers than thev, and if these gifts arc en
larged by proer education their owners
will Ix'cuine siiierior in a great ninny
resiiects to men. Thev now do the same
work as men, study the same prolcssions
and become elticieui in almost every uc
imrtmcnl of business. Some of the most
skilled physicians and shrewdest lawyers
are to be found among women. They
seem to pride themselves on being able
to earn an iiideiieudeul living. Notwith
standing all litis tl.ev ure denied the
right to vote or lake part in the affairs
ol government. Although there is a pre
vailing opinion thai if women engage in
these oceupalioiiirihey will Iwcoiuc nnti
fcmiuinc and lose their true womanhood,
it has lieen nrovvii otherwise, and it is not
reasonable to suppose that if allowed to
vote, the privilege would take away
"The argument that liecausc women
cannot take up arms in delense of their
country and light side by side with
men tliey should lie disfranchised is too
linnsy ano iintiiru to oe ciiicniiiiicn
for a moment by intelligent men. The
blind and lame men of the country never
bore arms but invariably voted. If wo
men are too week to endure the Intiguc
ol battle they do not reipiirc sinew and
muscle to vote. The most delicate and
rctincd lady has strength enough in her
lender Hand to east a vote lor temper
ance nnd good govcriuent.
"Woman's stilVrngc was not started by
a set of lunatics, but originated among
sober minded men mid women who saw
the necessity of such a movement.
Women rule iiv persuasion, men by force
nnd in whatever sphere they have
placed they have always been on the side
ol ngnt nnu oi justice una uenouuceii
' Oh.!womnn.!liivclv woman, nature formed
thee to trniK-r innn ; wc luiil lieen bruits
Mr. Stephens was sustained admirably
hy Mr. Webb. The weight of opinion
wasttronglyon tluallirnmlive sideol the
question which was advocated warmly
and nniv oy .Major westnii, .Mr. lusir
man, Mr. Liemcns nnd others. Gen. Cling;
man was in favor ol it only as an experi
ment. The negative was forcibly and
eloquently upheld hy Mr. Shepherd, nnd
in a more ipuililicd degree of opposition,
by Mr. W. T. I'cnniman. The discussion
win a lively one culling out rejoinders
anti sur-rcjoiiincr witn such ninni, uini
the debate was not closed until half past
eleven o clock.
The quarterly election of officers took
place at this meeting. Under the consti
tution, no o rlicer is eligible to re-election
without the intervention of one or more
terms of three months. Mr. li. I), Carter
was unanimously elected president for
the next quarter, Mr. B. H. Stevens,
rice president, Mr. W. R. Whitson, secre
tary, and Mr. T. R. Gnines, who has
proved so seaious, initmui ana useiui in
nil capacity as treasurer, was re-elected
hi enthusiastic acclamation.
The subject for discussion two week!
hence, is to be a paper on 8hakspeare,
and Mr. Paul ones is to be the orator of
tbe evening. The subject lor next wednea-
....aa Hlk ' Pnmnff KIm.,'!..." and
Mr. B. D. Carter it to be principal
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tale i cooler, northeaHterly wind
Mr. J. N. Morgan left to-day for New
Col. P. F. Faison, of Raleigh, is at the
Glen Kock Motel.
Work on several buildings has been
stopped because of the great scarcity of
Every democrat is urged to see to it
that his name is on the registration
marriage license was issued to-day
fori. C. Duke nnd Mnrcella Murray,
both of this county.
Frost was predicted for to-day the
25th, but hus failed to appear, though
the weather feels very frostv.
Mis. J. W. Allen and daughter Miss
Emily V. Allen, left this morning for St.
Augustine Fin., after spending the sum
On account of the prevailing storm the
reception nt Zcalandm, for which invita
tions ure out, has been postponed to
Tiik Citizkn is authorized to state
that Messrs. J. R. Dubose, J. C. Curtis
and D. A. A. Hlackwell ure not candi
dates for the legislature.
The subject tit the Y. M. C. A. to-night
will lie "Professing hut not Possessing."
The meeting will liegin nt 8 o'clock and
will lie led by Rev. McN. Dubose. All
men arc cordially invited to be present.
To-dav nt noon, Mr. las. M. Brook.
vlr. las. M
shire and Miss Etta II. Halliburton were
united in marrige nt the residence ol Mr.
K. I', Walker in Asheville. The bride has
nianv friends here who wish her much
happiness. Durham Globe.
Messrs. Geo. C. Hoggs, of Haywood
county, and comity lecturer, T. F.
ill address the public in the
court house ill this city next Wednesday,
Oct. 1st, at 1! o'clock p. m., on the sub
ject of agriculture and the farmer's alii-
nee. A lull attendance is desircn.
PKOMI SKNTAK RIVAIA
in There Anv One Here msi
Crimd Central: G. W. Payne, W. N.
C. R. K.; A. R. Ilrown, Knoxville, Tcnn.;
. II. Hudson, Greenville, S. C; II. U.
Kelsev, S. T. Kelsev and wile, Edith II.
Kclsev, I.iiiville. X.'C; A. L. Knnkin, C.
P. Gi-illintr. W. R. Giieiiant. H. Jenkins,
Greensboro, S. C; Simon P. Reedy, Day
ton, 0.; W. S. Hesse, Cincinnati; T. E.
Knglnud, Atlanta, Gn.
.SicniiMinoa Mrs. F. L. Bush, Thos.
F. Hush nnd William Walker, Pittshoro;
Frank K. Lewis, Louisville, Ky.;
Chas. II. llopson and Ernest II. Elliott.
Washington, D. C; Mrs. W. O. Tift and
Miss K. S. Tilt, Mvstio, (.; H. Cobb. S.
C; .Mrs. Tate anil J. M. Greenlee, Mari
on; Einmoii II. Lee, Columbia. S. C; T.
li. Aspinwall. Atlanta; H. B. Gnrion.
Ilaltimore; (. A. Cnrson, Buck Forest;
Miss Nellie Stearnes, Bcrea, ().; H. C.
Miller and wife, Columbia, S. C; W, H.
Anthonirs, Willinmsport, I'll.
ItiUtery I'nrk: Miss Botts. Houston,
Texas; Mrs Walter A. Goodman, Mrs.
. M. Richardson, Misses Louise K. and
Norma Goodman. Memphis, Tcnn.; J. B.
and wile, Master J. W. Peter nnd iniiid,
Saginaw, Mich.; C. T. Lyon, Baltimore.
Md.; J. II. Siiiimonsoii, S. P. Child nnu
wile. Fort Wayne, Intl.; Simon P. Keedy,
Dnvton, (.; Chas. A. Crnin, J. A. Ens
law, C. M. Lindsley, S. Y.; Mrs. E. B.
Ellis, Mrs. E. K. Jones, Mrs. Chns. Price.
X. C; Miss S. Vinlrec, J. B. Adams.
Lynchburg. Va.; C. T. Patterson, India
napolis, lad.; II. R. Luetic, Charleston,
S. C; Wm. S. Downey, Chattanooga,
llayne Davis, Knoxville.
Well Hone. Hherln Reynold.
From statistics it is found that Sheriff
Reynolds hus collected $21,000 taxes.
whileex-Sheritr Worley lost year collected
only$14,000 tnxes, a difference of$7,00(l.
The failure of Sheriff Worley to collect
Siecial state taxes raised the state tux
on each $10 worth of property in the
comity from 18 cents to -'8 cents. While
the diligence of Sheriff Reynolds in col
lecting $7,000 more state' tax reduced
the slate tax on each $100 worth of
property from 28 cents to 10 cents.
ItealhofMra. Jonephlne K. Hunt.
Mrs. losephine K. Hunt, wife of Kev.
Emorv II. Hunt, pastor of the Ashland
Avenue Baptist church, Toledo, ()., died
Inst night at the residence of Mrs. Plntt.
of consumption. Mrs. Hunt was 20
years of ngc nnd leaves an infant three
months old. The remains were tnken by
Mr. Hunt to her home in Toledo this af
ternoon. Muor'M Court.
There were three cases in the Mayor's
court this morning. Howard Butler and
Berry Gnston on a charge of fighting,
plend guilty nnd were lined five dollars
apiece. Jack Denn and Moses Wright for
an affray, both plead guilty and were
lined teii dollars apiece. W. H. Britt for
lieing drunk nnd down, plead guilty and
was lined five dollars.
We Hreatho Hauler.
Calcitta, Sept. 25. Order hns lieen
restored in Mniupeur. Manhorninh has
abdicated in favor of his brother.
W Secure you sleeping car lierth now
for the great sale at Andrews. Apply nt
Gwyn tit West's office.
one of the Flne.it."
Wc have heard many times this nnd
that was the Finest on Earth, even a
"piny" colled "The Finest on linrth,"
but at Inst we have found it. The fa
mous Cincinnati. Hamilton and Dayton
railroad is the finest in the world, run
ning 48 passenger trains a day between
Cincinnati, Hamilton, Dnyton, Toledo,
Detroit, Michigan, nnd Canada points,
Indinnamdis, Chicago nnd the north
west, Keokuk, Springfield, St. Louis,
Kansas City nnd the west. The finest
track nnd finest trains in the world, ves
tibuted, hented by steam from the engine,
lighted by electricity, and the finest din
ing car system in the world; parlor cars
and slereiing enrs. When traveling ask
for tickets via the C. II. & D. or write to
Wm. A. Winnims,
Southern Passenger Agent.
P. U. Box 420, Chattanooga, Tcnn.
Ho For the Ureat -Land Male.
The railroad authorities have put on
the following low rates to Andrews and
return. Tickets will be on sole at the
stations named below, on Monday next
20th inst., good to return till Oct. 4:
Asheville to Andrews and return $11.00
Hominy " " 4.70
Pigeon River " " 4 80
Clyde " " 4,15
Waynesvllle " ' 8.05
Addie " " 8.35
Sylva " " 8.15
Dillsboro " " 3.00
Wilmot " " 3.70
Whittler " " 3.60
BrysonClty " 3.25
Bushnell " - " 1.60
Nnntahnla " " 1.10
Hewitts " 70
Jarretts " " 60
Original Orders of General Wanli
Inirton, In 1707.
Mr, Otis Cook, of Columbus, Ky., now
living temporarily inTnllndegn, Ala., and
visiting this city with a view of locating
here, hns in his possession two orders
given by General George Washington for
small sums in the general's own hand
writing. One is dntcd at Mount Vernon,
July 27, 1700, and the other at Philndel-
pmil, reoruiiry s. 1 1 v 1 , nnu was given
to his family physician, Dr. James Crnik.
The orders rend us follows:
Piiii.AiiKi.ruiA, Pel), il, 17U7.
To the Ca.hlir of the
office of lllacnunt & Ilrnnalta Ilaltlllmrc
Sir Plcnac pnv to Imctor Jnmcs rnlk or
Dearer tne sum 1-1 nuy uonnm ttnu uiiiikv
your niof-t obedt mrvt.
(10 Dolls. G Wasiiinhton.
The other rends:
Mot'NT Vksnon, July '.'7, 17110.
The Cashier 01' I he oll'io-
of Discounts Ac lienmlts Hnlthnnre
Will please pay Oliver Wnlcutt. Ksq.. or
lii-nrer the sum i.f Two Hundred 1111I rll'ty
eiiilit dollurs six cents tint elite the same to
mv sect O0 Wasiiisiiton
ilAH III1-10U Dolls.
Mr. Cook also hns a letter written by
Oliver Walcott to David Harris, cashier
of the office of Discounts nnd Deposits,
Baltimore, doted Sept. 10, 17!i. in
which these originnl orders of General
George Washington were found. Mr.
Cook prizes these papers very highly, as
he is one among the lew that own an
originnl pncr signed by Washington.
He has also a very fine collection ol 400
or 500 American silver nnd copper coins,
some of which are very rare. Air. Cook
hns the Washington orders ill n glass
case to prevent them from being worn by
The reception at Zealandia is postponed
until Monduy evenmu next. H to 1 1 p- 111.
J. ..VANS HKuWN
The Model Hleam Ijuuiclry.
This is a splendid ojicuiug for the
HousckceiKTs' t'nion. They will find the
helpetpially ns bnd and tinrcliuble as in
their kitchens. The running of 11 laundry
will lie unite an addition to their exiieri-
cnee. The help which is no account in
tlie kitcncn, will inane nrsi rate nanos 111
the laundry, nnd the no account laundry
hands no doubt v. ill make good cooks.
There ore quite n numlicr of other nt
tractions and inducement, which will lie
told to parties who mean business.
Moniii. Stkam L.trxnKV.
17 l'atton avenue.
jTRemeinlK-r yon leave Asheville 7.M0
a. m. ScplcmlH.T L".ith. Monday morning
next to attend the Andrews snle on the
In nriccs at Lnw's now. Decorated din
ner sets 102 pieces for $0,811. Parisian
lrranitc dinners sets 112 pieces, $8.(1.1
Ten sets in proportion. Fine chnmlicr
sets from $3.50 to $4.oO cash. Then
are plenty 01 bargains at Law's now.
WTA sieciiil sleeping enr will be run to
Andrews on the 2Uth lor the accommo
dation of H'ople wishing to nttend the
sale on the With. stp2-4t.
A Had Railroad Wreck
occurred several days ngo on one cif ou
most inmortant trunk lines. XoIhhIn
hurt but nil the baggage except the
Rollei-Trny Trunks was smashed up.
Buv one. Sold bv dealers. Made bv II
W.'Roiiiidtrec & itros., Richmond. Vn.
HaTTake nd .-nntagc of the low rijtes
nnd go the grent sole nt Andrews on tlie
A New Road lo hiIhn.
If you ore wise and wish to become
henlihv nnd wealthy also, you will use
Roller King or Eleelric Light flour; lo
calise the Asheville Milling Company's
Hour is not onlv theliest but thechennest.
WrThemost lomanlic ride in Western
North Carolina, up the Xantnhalii river,
on the way to the great sole at Andrews
on the 30th.
HultiirhHii rrsldenee. one mile from city
Mrrrimon Avenue rond, htmd.nnicly and
.-ttmiilrulv furnmhed nnd roiiinpru : cxuuMtc
vicw; estrnnlve firotinls: two Irrnh Jenny
eo.vs: winter anrdrn: horses and vehfeles II
.Itrolrrd. roNRrNion uivrn 1 St of Nnvclllltcr.
Owner oeeupyinic in siimni,T only would
tnnke Mrinancnl nrrnnurment with party
ar.irtnK it winter icr,nirnee rtinm---cptilillm
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver having Inkrn the
InrKe house In Victoria, known ns "i.iner
mnr." nrc rradv to receive liur.ts. The
house Is aecTNPlhle to the street enrs, has tel
ephone, lialh room nnd electric hrlU. The
ltuallon 01 ine miuw is mien wt.n nn,
view. To secure rfioms for the winter an
early appllralioo should lie made,
THE KUVITABLK LIFE
Anaets tlO7.lllO.3O0 12
surplus aa.Hai.07 -in
K, I. Monroe, Ajft.,
AaheTllle, N. C.
timer .U South Main street. au!3 dtf
JAM KS FRANK,
FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
A sent for Reims Creek Woolen Mills.
North Main AiherllW, N. C
Real Etitute Agent.
AND I.OAW I1ROKIIR.
I NORTH MAIN ST., (MOROAN'S BOOK STORE)
Money loaned anil well secured st per rent.
Real Kstate hnuitht and sold at public and
private sale. Rents collected. I conducted a
Krai Kntat and Auction business In Charles
ton, C, ten years, and will vive prumpt
attrntlon to ail Business psi in ray vnmrnv.
(Huecessoni to Balrd at Rector.)
No. 8 North Mlu Street
IIAVB JUST RBCIIIVBU
CAR LOAD TIMOTHY HAY,
CAR LMO BRAN AND SHORTS.
Nmoii'i Crackers a Specialty
ALL 0OOD1 DBLIVBKUD PRBB.
CI6AR STORE AND NEWS STAND
Has mcttosd tnt lot of
With the latest styles of kaadles silver
stated sad ostdlttd. Also alar supply of
Attractions Extraordinary I
A Free Show, and Everybody Invited I
Of the Fint'st (ioods from the
Irolniul, Switzt'i lniid and Friuioo for your exnmirintion. A
jrignntic stock nnd an irrfetiHtiblo array of tlie most fash
ionable fabricH for the Full and
Of Fine French Millinery, Dry and Fancy
GoocIm, takes place
TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY
a:-"", 24 AND 25th INSTS.
All tut rordially invittnl to attend. Sjieeial low prices will
be made Opening Days. A large display of Imported Ilatw
from Paris and a beautiful collection by our own Artists
will be on exhibition. Everything complete in this depart,
Our Dry Goods Department Immense.
4,200 sipiaro feet of space
elties for Fall wear represented
(IOODS STOUE is the term applicable to our house.
With a corps of thoroughly trained assistants (Ladies
and (Sentlenien) whose politeness is equal to their e.Hri-
i . i i . r
ence, and a stock oi goous hiuthm- nt iiimih in niw oimiu,
we hope to retain tlu immense
ily grown since our advent.
forget the dates 2:1(1, 24th
F. P. MIMNAUGH'S,
No. ii Patton Avenue.
Index lo New AdvertlMCtuentM.
I.o.t W. M.Cocke. Jr.
Pumtimikkmkxv J lUnnn Itmwn.
I'mmracTf. SpriiiKllcId Mrimldlcnn
Three kevs one IW riwtt.rtiie box, one for
nn office iltMir nnd n sniiill one Oct! with t
NtrinK Will pny fur rrturn to
Ncwi and Scnlluient and the
Beat Family Journal In
The weekly edition ol the Springfield
I Mum. I Republican, recently enlarged to I'J
page, nr M column., affnrd. the tint wc. kly
new.iaicr and family Journal combined In
the country. It I. ably and carefully edited.
In addition to a fall review of the new. every
week. It furni.he. a vaat amount of Interest.
ting, entertaining and valuable reading mat
ter, embracing a rich literature department,
torlc. for the young and old, oennons and
religious new. and dlKUlon. .nccial eorm-
pondene. well written dltori.li, a depart
ment for women, another for farmer., new.
of the theater, and iiioru. original and se
lected poetry, frequent iectal article., etc.,
etc. It Is sold for
ONLV ! A VKAR,
or 10 cents amonth for shorter periods. Mend
for a free sample copy. All snlMcrlptlons pay
able la advance.
Addm. Till! NKPHIILICAN,
eptddBtT. ill Springfield. Mm.
M u.t lie Unit clnna'nnd well recommended.
40 I'KI'.NCII IIK(IAI) AVBSl'B.
POK SAI.B, CHI1AI',
Small Oroeery bu.lncH, good location. Ad'
drrM I', o. BOX 1H.
Hnui-e, Sl.mc avrsue, hnlf btnek from
atrret car North Mnln .treet, eight roam.,
modem Improvement.. Apply at hmiae
acpJII HtJ THUS. M. BAHKBK.
I.nrirv cool, airy room., hona newly fur.
nl-hriii good tnlile. Term, reaannable. on
atrret ear line.
MMS.J. I.. BMATIIIIKS,
tin I'attoa Ave.
Mint go this week two good hone. A p.
ply to NATT ATKINSON SON.
Thetas hook, fnr 1S0O, both atnU and
ensntv, are In my handa. and ynu are re
iiucaird to come forward at once and arttle.
f. nnim ra.a.n.
RlKiilT liuncombe Co.
Dr. II. F. Arrington,
filling teeth a specialty, alao treating dla
enard guma, and all dlaraara pertaining to
the dental atrui turv. offle. nioma nn rat
ion avenue, over K.yaur M Smith's drug
Oold, Silver, Ivory, Oak, Ollt and Corabi
natloa Mouldings. Alio Room Mosldlngs.
Plctnrrs Matted, MonnMd and Framed at
lowest prices and work guaranteed, Rngray.
lags. Painting, aad Local Views always on
M S. Main St.,
apr IS d
Buy LlndMy'a Guide Book
Brilliantly Adorned f
Loonm of America, England,
Winter of 1800.
jammed ! All the latest Nov
here. A COMPLETE DRY
: a. 4-1... 13-.. -4-1.
patronage which hns stead
Attend our 0iening. Don't
and 23th at
BALLARD, RICH & BOYCE,
Stoves and Tinware
PLUMBING, GAS AND STEAM FITTING, SLATE
AND TIN ROOFING.
PAINTS and OILS.
THE PASTEUR FILTER,
IN ALL 8IZB8 POR PAUILV
AND IIOTBL USB
Unaranlerd to be Ocras Proof.
ALL SI.KS KBPT IN STOCK.
As It I. Important to nst only the nest ma.
terlal for Sidewalks, I havt arranged to keep
In stock and use In my work tbt celebrated
BRAND" of 0BRMAN PORTLAND CB-
MB NT, which Is ased largely for that pur
Pom, and In prefrrrnes to many other kind.
In NRW VORK.KCHICAOO, ST. PAUL
MINNBAPOLIS, DBTROIT, NBW OR
LBANB, BT. AtlOURTINB AND OTIIBR
CITIHS. Letters from Uwot places showing
It to be muck saperlor to the brands ordi
narily sed hers and testimonials as to Its
saperlor qsallly will bs shown to anyone
C. Bs MOODY,
OBIce No. 30 Patton Ayenue.
TBLBPHONB NO. 40.
Yard and Warthonss near Depot. Tele-
ICE RATES FOR
In quantitie. not le.. than one ton at factory.. '.'"'.'.c!
In quantitie. not lea. than one half ton at factory '.',',..... $3.S0
JHIO pOUnUB, OU IICKCU. (fUHHUb .
nun .. an " 10 "
Ticket. In dollar package, and anv quantity
our office for cash or tick.-U.
Asheville Ice &
Telephone No. 36 and 40.
BEST .ANTHRACITE COAL
Ior .ale at Wholcnle and Retail by
ASHEVILLE ICE AND COAL COMPANY,
Telephone 36 and 40.
Kiclualvt Agent. Iliomeatlc and Steam) for Wc.tcrn North Carolina.
LHWI8 MAIIDUX, Pits
L. P. McLOUO, Viec-Pres.
lHBCTos.-Lewl. Maddus, M.J. Bearden,
S. II . ItecU. UCO. O. I OWCll, m. nKuvw.
E WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, E-
State, County and City Depository.
liue. a General Banking Bminen. Deposit. racelTed, BzchsnR boacht and said. Col.
lection, made oo all aeec.lble points. The Saving Feature will receive .pedal attention.
On all sum. In thi. department, deposited for
of 4 per cent, per annum will be paid.
Special attention liven to loan, on real estate,
Open from 0 a. m. to 3 p. m. On Saturdays the
317 Haywood Street.
Twenty-live years of practical experience,
taH. of the bu.inca and perfect arrangement,
manufactured, enable the proprietor to prewnt
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphons.
dinger Ale and allthe vnriou. flavors of SOIAWATBR ready for shipment nnd delivered
free In City limits. Out of town orders must
A BUILDING LOT OR ONE HUNDRED
In the New and Growing Mountain Resort,
ncar Anncvinc, . ., ana aajoininf; me vnnacrDiii taiaic. j
Your choice of any lot In the ilot for 100. Yoa net a Warranty Heed
i title perfect) an-1 a receipt fnr ftion, with ten coupons attached, each cou
pon for $lt. These coupon are Koud for $10 each In pay men t tor board at
anv of the hotels In Kkylnnd.
Hot Kb ST. Amm-inii ojwn now.
HorRL noNNVCRKMT open now Rftte from 930 to $40 per month.
Pavilion Moi'hk built. )
Thcc coupon arrfttiotl for three yeam from their dnteand are transferable.
Thrreforr. you nav flOOfor your choice of a lieauttful building lot ; you
get the $100 all back in board ;vou hnvc three yenrs to do no In: you can
nell the coupon to tome one clc If ou tlo not uc them ; and at or before the
end ol three yeara your lot will be worth from $300 to $000 or more.
Take Train Oat at 9.10 A. M. fare
FKHIl. KUTI.KIIGB. City
SKYLAND MINERAL, SPRINGS, N. C.
Eight Mllea South of ABhevllle, on the A. 4k 8. Railroad.
New hotels, new cottages, new furniture, beautiful grove., neat tennis and croquet lawns,
48 MINERAL SPRINGS.
White Sulphur, Alum, Mavncnla, Iron and llpnom. Those seeking health and pkaaai and
elect society will not fall to rialt this pleasant resort and drink of its healing water.
aprff dtf WunaBSM".
AaheTllle, N. C.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Manufacturer, and Dealers In an kinds of Dssnssd
Door, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Stalrwork, Mantels, Bank,
and Bar Fixtures, and all kinds of Building Material.
Hard Wood Lumber Work a Specialty.
novldlv Tclepfeons No. So,
$100 REWARD I
For anyone who will hujr a pair of Graham Shoes and not get value received. Now at
31 NORTH MAIN STREET
Just above Farmer.1 WarehouM.
ASHEVILLE DRY GOODS COMPANY.
Chraneat store nnenrth. Handle nothing but I'lrat-claaa Ooodo, and Intend to treat
veribody KIGItT. We keep home-made Hhoe. of everv kind. Homemade Jeans Home
made I'lnlils. Home mnde Doincatlc. Home-made llrilllng. We warrant every pair ol
A.hevllle Shoe Co.'. Hhoes.
Howard Promt and Milt. Holcombe are
SMUT'S MILWAUKEE BEER.
Celebrated the World Over for its Purity.
We deliver to all parts of th. city our own Bottling Bxport Beer at
ONE DOLLAR PER DOZEN.
Our beer Is kent at a tempera tare of 40 degrees and wt guarantee yon a frrih article at
all time TH U TRAUB BUPPUUD PKOM
V WINE AND .. LIQUOR .. STORE
IN THE STATE.
FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.
j. 4. ss Astoi'asiivr, m'b't. I NO. 43 S. MAIN ST., ASHEVILLE. N. C
.....FOR SALE BV-
Asheville, N. C.
Dealers In Wall Paper, Window Shades and Patent Hangers,
Patau, Oils aid VaralstMS, Manry'i Mlied Polnu and Colon. Window QUaat, kott
Preach and Americas
Ws kasp la stock St. Lomlsaad Ksntackj
Ana. -a.a lHMHrd.
of lee may be obtained from driver, and at
No. 30 Patton Acnuc.
. B. RANKIN, Caahiar.
M.J. Fagg, J. B. Ronun.J. a. Kay.j. a. iteeu
May 1st. 188H.
four montns or longer. Interest at tbe rate
wbicb will be plocedl for lone time on real
Saving Department will be open till p.m.
FILTERED on the Premises,
combined with mwHU attention to all de.
for glsanlinsm and ru.iTV of all goods
to hi. numerou. patron, a superior clans of
have bi'onible reference.
C. H. CAWPBKLL.
DOLLARS IN HOTEL BOARD FREE,
as Cent Or Drive stottlb Mllea.
Axnt. 28 Patton Ave.
Near Passenger Depot.
Asheville Dry Goods Co.,
J. O. HOWS LI Manager.
& TILE COMPANY,
P. O. Box 426.