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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 20, 1800.
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IT WAS A LARGE DAY.
VCCKIMrVI.BAI.B OP LOT AT
Thro Hnndrcd AaUsrvlllUns ara
Prcwnt-TblrtyVonr Lola BriOR
10,000-aacceaaftil In Kvcrv
Irwul Mil S a. m. ThariMlay
Uiowcra during; Wedunday and
Thuradnti atalloiiHry tempera,
tar 1 variable iDd,
Battery fork hua 800 guests.
THAT WELL WATER GOOD.
Eichty-five eucsts lire cniovinc the hos-
Jity of the Oaks.
T Cv Water la Remarkably
Pure, the Well WalerOood, Pure
Water, and the Water Prom the
such a report does mo a great injustice,
The analysis of the wuter sent on by In sulimittinir mv clntms ' to the
fr. " eaver to suite chemist H, It, linttle. convention I consider that
to statin ov
not the fortunate one
To tbe Public.
It has been known for tome time that
I will be a candidate before the demo,
erotic countv convention for the noniimi'
tion for the office of Superior Court Clerk
of Buncombe county. I have just been
informed that the report has been circu
lated that I will not n bide by the decision
ot the convention in case its derision is
adverse to me. I desire to say that
Mr. Geo. S. Powell left to.ilnv for Hro.
Hendersonvillc had its first sale of lots I mine-Arsenic springs, Ashe county, where
yesterday and the entire city and 2,000 he will remain one month.
visitors turned out to see that it was The gcminn nt Buttery Park last night has Itccn received. It states that the cily """"r " l".cnKc1
.n A... ?. nH lottor rlnv for was attended bv about eiuhleen ,-iii,tn . .. .. choice, and if I am
-- - ... J I . ... . ... I ........ id ,ini ntiuiv 1 1 II I r - I III" Ml I 111 nit' I I I 1 1 . I . . ....
H.ndennville. It marks a new era in , V r. Uarence Murphy "" from the we, , t . - ; I
the historv of that charming little place. " ,,.. . . factory, "good pure water." and of the fluent I can command. I hope this will
oe sausiuctory to my triciiris.
W. R. Younij.
Asheville, N. C, July 28, 1800.
luiy.-un w l m.
- . Th...t,.nnri n i.:..!..
The two mormng trains from Asheville j Qi""iiJ the corner of the water J"1 on from sl,rinK on l' P"'P
carried on board at least 300 who went building , and a? plnte gluss f runt will be f! ?l Mr8, Viekic Baird nt. ?rret
to ouy or wnicn me aaic. amuun w pui n, litanic -o t t" " tC '-
numbers were such prominent The chi,drcn at BnUery pnrk hoU,, w)lo ther ,tat, "i!ut "We have'no 'f'.dlitit
men asj. u. noatic, j. ni. inmpwn. . iook purt In the tnncy dress hall in Sat- 'or further examination than chemical
A. Reynolds, T. J. Hargan, Iv. B. Atkin-1 urduy afternoon were photographnl in analysis tornisheK."
son and Robert Graham. The latter " Kroul' " t,,e verundu ol the hotel this The nnu lysis of the three samples is
... I iliurillliu. la. iiiiiuwb;
went in tne interests oi nis uroiucr, mr. i
r P flr.ihum I The infunt son of Thus. Stewart, n
TI I K MODEL UK I Alt STOKE
For Your Dent 8inoko.
I.il I..... j:j.i.:J Total amount of mill.
The om.rtv which was sold lies at c"..7i vi. ..... ... ' 4m ' "ff, L . l matter In sul
, i I II ,.ll BilVl. I ri'llllllUB Will IH'
the right of the railroad and the mum interred at Riverside cemetery, at 4
thoroughfare of Ilcndemonville. It is lo- o clin k tlim altcrnooii.
cated about one-tourtli ot a mile Iroin tnc Mciutrs. II. I. and A. S. Child left to.
heart of the city and is on Kleming anil day lor a month's visit nt NewHirt ami
Oakland avenue and Haywood street. New York. At the former i.incctb, y will
. ... ... ' ,,,. .,., he the guest ol their lather who ih a
, i"i'i.y resilient ol that deliglitlul resort,
cloned at 1.30 and durum the time thir-1
tv.four lots were sold. The sum received Mrs. Mnrgnret A. Gush, widow of
for them was $10.0110. The lots arc l.eander S. (,ash, died nt her home in
neurlv all 60x175 feet. The hiirhest price Hrevnrd, N. C, yesterihiy. Mrs. CiikIi
nniil lor a lot wna Sli.'.O. mid Mr. P. I was the uiolher-in-lii w of Mr. R. I'.
K. I'atton bought the next highest lit Garrett, and a most estimable Christian
S500. The lowest brought SJOO. Among 'v.
nr cr IT. 8. nal.
t he purchasers was a gentleman named
Hanker from New Orleans, another gen
tleman from Incksonville, Ha., and .
S. Thomusou, of Spartuiiburg, S, C. Tin
lutter bought two lots.
The owners of the property arc highly
gratilied at the result of the sale and il
those ol the iiexttlireedaysnreussuccess-
nil they will have no cause to complain.
Acting Mnvor Miller this inorniiii: fined
IJIsie Cauccllor. Ulta I'oster. Ada Haw
kins, Siiuirnll Anderson $2 ench, and
Roxy Hemphill $ for cuiiiii!iiig in a ucn
eral slugging mutch. J. S. Chunn, n
di link, was lined $.ri; John Murphy, lor
disturbing the peace, was lined $1. '
S. V.Aiken, Greenville, S. C; W. Iv
lion j. n
Cnrlionateor lime 0 70
Ainniomn llrrei o OIH part cr million
WATKR FROM TIIK WKI.I.,
Total nmoutit of ni n-
erul mailer ill o'u-
o: )"" " Kr. H-r H. S. Kl.
L'arlionatc of : Ylpie.'.".", !i. 7
Ammonia i I'tvri o.ol parts xrnilllli n
uiii,,, iiiii , u ,n,
Tolal amount of min
eral mutter In tolii.
,.!"" 7 Kr. per I!
t. hlorinr u II "
Carhonati-of lime y.7
Aiii.mlailr.-ci o.iu i parts per million
l.,llfUII,l,lllll , o.i .11
While Tun Citizhn has taken n de
cided stand against well water, and been
strongly backed therein by thecily physi
cians, it of course isliouiid as an accurate
reporter of the news to print the forego
ing analysis favorable to the one sample
of well witter forwarded. It should lie
Holme with tl rooms nnd A acres Innri nt.
Iteavtrilani mail. 1 1 inllr frotn e'miri
niliiare. Aii(v toe. n. ctnil'liR, on the
J.JOtKl!S FOR RUNT.
One ten anil one two room hoiiM.
near the ilruu store in Wist Unci. Apply
W. K. WKHT, JR.,
BUKl3lllt No. 13J Hill St.
TmriiHD im n'lurt
'111.11m received at .'('J Itiillev alrtH-l
limit 77 Churlcilic street.
Lnrce eool, nirv rooms, house newly fur-nl-hiil;
kooiI lahir. Trrina reasotiulac. tin
. I.. KMATIIIiKS.
31N I'atton Ave.
Directly alter the auction a shooting I Greene, Knoxville; John Maloney, N. C;
tournament was held. In this Ashevillt K. I tjootlpaster, Net Sterling, ky.
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was represented ov notn nue ami suoi i ""nvm, minimum, j . rI,,,,1iw., ,,,, ., , .
gunclulw. The regular riHe team was G.ienard, jr., Summcrville. S. C. .regis- ld that the rc,)ort does not.
divided. Pr. S. W. Battle, II. C. Jones, tered nt the Grand Central yesterday, cannot, change the results ol years of ex-
pcriciicc, ailiuilnvoralile to the nseol well
water in cities. TliK Citukn hoirs that
this reimrl on the water of the well in
iifsiion is an intiicniion Hint users
thereof run no risks whatever, but the
probabilities are against that. Kvcrv
well in Asheville should be tilled up
Health is not a thing to expose to even
a chance lor disease, mid where wc Imv
"remarkably pure" city water there it
no necessity lo take any risk. Hditor
street ear line
A mrrt-antilc lnminrss. well estalilishril. A
rare i-hanee lor pnrlirs iH-s rliiK lo lis-ate in
AslH-ville. (VoimI n-ason for si-llinu- Aiailv to
auKfldlin i lgal Block.
THE KQl'ITABLK LIFE
W. T. Reynolds. I. K. G'nves nntl C. W.
Malone comiHised the first, and A. II.
Baird. F. Kantiini:. I. M. Smith, II. It.
Weaver and T. Johnson the second.
Their onlv comiwtitors was a rifle team
from Busliec. Asheville took both tirst
and second money.
The shot utin club wns also divided.
No. 1 included Messrs. I. I. Carrier, Jih
Sluder, K. B. Atkinson, V. S. Lusk and
I'r. Ii. Ii. Jenkins. No. 2 was made up
ol I. V. Jordan, W,
nolds, Georiie Can
There was more competition in this
Arrivals nt the Swnnnanna yesterday
include: l. B. Vniighu, Louisville. Ky.;
W. M. M Milliard, wife and fourchildren.
Ilonnldsonville, La.; II. C. GiMidwell and
wile. Tryon, N. C; Mm. fnul IHbble,
Miss Agnes I'ililile. Miss Mary IHbble,
Ii. H. Moss, Orangeburg, S, C.
Mrs. I. and Miss lulia M.-tver. Helen
Lew and Mr. Noriniiu Mavcr, of New
(Means; Mrs. W. H.Chcrrv.olNnsliville.
Tenu.; Geo. W. Walker, Mrs. Walkcrand
Miss Saussv, of Savannah: Mr. and Mrs
W. II. Richardson, of South Carolina;
1C. U. Monroe, Ant.,
Asheville, N. C.
Olliiv IIS South Main street. aul.'l illf
BALLARD, RICH & BOYCE,
StovcM and Tinware.
PLUMBING, GAt AND STEAM FITTING, SLATE
AND TIN ROOFING.
PAINTS and OILS.
THE PASTEUR FILTER,
IN A 1,1. HIHS I'OR I'AMII.V
ASHB ViLLE AV I IM TJSEMJiNTS.
ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1890.
In quantities not less thnn one ton at factory
In quantities not less than one half ton at factory.
.'100 pounds, SO tickets, 10 pounds each
lloo ao ' 10
700 HH " 2S " "
7BO ' 1A " 80 ' '
tOOO 10 ' 1110 " '
.40e. tier hundred.
Tickets In dollar pnckiiKts and nay iuuntlty of lee may be obtained from drivers and at
our oniev Tor cash or tickets.
Asheville Ice & Coal Company.
Telephone No. 36 and 40. No. 30 Patton Avenue.
AND IIOTltL I'HII.
UuarHiitverl 10 toe Ucrni Proof.
AM. 8IZIIS KIII'T IN BTC.C'K.
Dr. B. F. Arrinton
I KKOJi iGS. niilHTlHT.
mutch. Three tennis from Spartanburg and Mrs. T. B. Jenkins, ol Augusta, are KimKN.J
and one from Kbit Kock were on hand to I among recent arrivals at the Battery
I'illinu L-cth n HiM-efaltv. also In-ntitiir ,11
eased Kum.. and all disiim-s iM-rtaiaini: t
tne ai-utai striietun-. ninee room, on Ha
ton avium-, over Kay nor At Sinith's druz
eomiiete. The shoot resulted in .No. 1
recvivinc first mo lie v and No. '1 third.
The I'lat KiK-k team took second. In (ill
the two Ashcvilleorgaiiiicatiotis captured
III! in prizes.
To-day's program includes n shoot loi
a $K) prize lot and a Inutastic luirndi
and illumination to-night. The Skylnnd
Springs band is on hand. The Western
Guide is getting out a daily during the
Hkniikmsowii.i.k, August 20. Sie-
ciul. hour thousand people are attciiil-
ing the land sule to-dav. The ptirchasen-
are from Asheville, New Orleans, Charles
ton, Jacksonville, Cincinnati, Lynchburg.
v.oiumoia, uaivesion nnu .mooiic.
I'ark. I.lnvlllc, Bt. c, Hhm Teleitrnnh.
Thecontrnct for biiildini: the Kenil- I.invii.i.k, N. C, Auuust atl. ISisrial.ll
. ' .. .11: :,, . .'I
worm inn tins iieen given to Air. i-ritim i.iuviue se-iios greeting nv wire to the
Kiggs. ol riiiladelpliia, l'a. Dr. W . C. citizens ol Asheville to-day and hoies
iirowiiinu, 01 1 iniaiiciiiiiin. wuo is at me 1 toe eoiiiiiiiiiiicaiion will soon Ik-
hcitil ot the hotel coniiinnv. is here with I sircugtlicu liv rnilroiuls.
Ins lamilv, to stay, lie has mushed ui
his business in the north, nntl will
henceforth give his entire time to
the work on bis hotel. The next
few days will be taken up in considering
the stili-contracts. ns niiinv as iKissiblc
01 winch, will lie lit to parties in lluscity.
Work on the Inundation will Ik- com
menced inside of n week.
.uture. falnless to Use
A NATTKK OK KKYS.
How the Hotels Lose One l.lttlf
Hum of .Money.
"Did you ever stop totliink how many
room keys are curried away hy depart
itig guests," usked a clerk at the Grand
Central hotel to-day.
The person addressed admitted that
he bad never allowed the subject to wear
oat any considerable amount of his grey
Real KHlale TranHferH.
J. S. Ail.ims and wife to the
Asheville Loan, Construe,
tion nnd Improvement Co.,
proiaTtv on X. Main treet.$ 7.."iMUMI
litigene P. Withers to Ashe
ville Loan, Construction
and Improvement Co., lot
on N. Main street (Inn 110
I:. P. Withers to the Asheville
Loan. Construction anil Im
provement Co., lot on N.
Mnin street S.IMIO.OO
H. P. and C. S. Johnson to T.
Index lo New AdvertltteiiienlH.
SHAWL Kiil'NO Krd Store. N Main Ml.
I'.VIIHV ami iikkkv Col.LKOK Kcv. James I
ir the Kentlrninn win. iniUireil fur a shawl
111 sin miot, at the end or the North
Main strei-t ear IIih, will rail aj.'aln. he ran
tin u,v i,j- 11.1.V111K air lias utlvertistnii-iit.
Prijf.Jl.OO. BelJl)7ftUrrnrgIsti. Sentlr
V1..3 piCilja vita Su&ber Syrlfigs te Jl.El
HOH 8ALB IIV
RAYSOR A SMITH, ASHEVILLE. N. C
EMORY f. HENRY COLLECE
Real Estate Agent.
OFFICE 3 MAIN ST., MORGAN'S BOOK STORE
Kent Itstnte tiouuht nnd .old nt imhllf nm
orivate sale. Kent. eol.'ited. I onnilu.-t.-fl
Keal l-'Ktnte nnd Am-tion huxfnes in Charles
ion. i. i... ten vrnrs. ami will sii-r orn,
Htieiiiiun to no nuHuiess put in my eharie,
H. Cnlib. iirmirrtv on HJi-h-
uiHin miuuT. 1 monil mil rofifl
"Well, it will average one a day,' said J. C. Cobb and wife to T. II.
tne cicrK. "II mere it nnytning uim.ui fobb and C. I. Itlnnton.
which men seem to have no thought it is I nronertv on Richmond Hill
toe luiim aev at ii iioiei. oeiircei a iiav
passes but that wc are short one or two,
nnd in the course of a year that means
a goodly sum 01 money. Nome time ago
the ninnnuenient purchased steel iruards
nntl on tnem was primed the name nutl
address of the house nntl the request that
if carried away the key lie returned by
mail. It costs' only three cents. Hut
even with this gentle hint, not one man
in a hundred will bother himself about
it. It is very very seldom that a key is I J, H. Ilostic nn
ever returned." villcLonn.Ci
C. I. Ilhiiiton nnd T. II. Cobb
nntl wile to Asheville Loan.
Construction and Improve
ment Co., proertyon Rich
mond Hill road....'. L'h.T.'iO.iiii
A. W. Rich and wife to the
Asheville Loan, Construc
tion and Improvement Co.,
proprrt v near western lioun-
ilarvof Asheville l'.'.IHHI.tHi
and wife to Ashe-
Improvement Co., property
on KicnmnnU Hill mail
0. S. Powell and wife and W,
1'. Snider nntl wife to Ashe
ville Lonn.Const ruction and
Improvement Co., proncrty
on Kichmond Hill road
J. M. Cnmphcll and wife and
J. ni. Kay and wile to Ashe
ville Loon. l. onst ruction and
Improvement Co., property
nrnr the northwest bounda
ry of Asheville
J. 12. Keedund wife to Asheville
ville Loan, Construction and
Improvement Co., nronertv
on the liuiienmbe turnpike
K. W. Stancill, State evangelist of the
Christian church of North Carolina, who
has been in the city two months laboring
in behalf of the new Christian church,
will preach his farewell sermon to
night at H.'M o'clock in the Christian
church nn Church street, this city. Sub
ject Paul's Last Charge to the Church
at Corinth. Mr. Stancill has secured
in pledges nnd cash nearly $'.ioo.
Arrangements have been made to
complete the new house of wor
ship nt once and as soon as a comctcnt
pastor can ue set-urea tncre win ne regit
inr preaching nt the new church. The Mir. Jnrvis fluxion to It. A,
propeets of the church nremore nattering llcist.proprrtyncnrKavciis-
oiuiicmvriure ami tnc mcmocrs are 1 crolt school
Momelhlnar slhomld Hm none. I Died.
.... .... ,, , ... I Neil, nt her home In nrevnrd, N. C, Au-
hditor Cltiurn: I have been told that mist 111, Ihiio, Mrs. MnrKaret A. Gash,
we have an ordinance against a common Yh"rWn. W-tifc Jm," wom.n.i'r:
nuisance in the city known as the "bean enamcirr Kraet-o with ta. ntanrst and most
.. - .. . . I endearlna-Christian virtues. Iter warm. lov.
Shooter. II SO, the ordinance IS nbso- Ins nature, irrnrrnu. hospitality, devotion as
lulrlv iunrl Tk. om. nr..,,.! .1.. """-ncr, ami sin ere ann nraittuul eunafern-
lUteiy Ignored. I he groves around the tion as a Christian, are ipiallllcl too widely
Methodist and Presbyterian churchesare ?,n,",n';)' her hosi of irlrnds. thrnuKhout
ron.t.nllv inll uiilh . h,.,.l..r ,!.:,. "Tet'on. to In- eomniented upon here. Hhr
- . : , : " I m-enineo a inner in mc enaren.iu theeommu-
and black boys whose ehiel business It is I "lt. and the heart, of all who knew her.
in mltnn 4 U ,nMn.M l.lnl. .H I which ean never Im Atlrd.
these wooria Aa a re.olt 1 1, o. I .1... T.hc ,un""' ' se place this nltrmoon
tnese woods. AS a result, the costly glass llt o'clock in the church yard nt Shaw's
in these church windows is being broken nrttk, Henderson county, whi r Mrs the re-
and the eyes nnd limbs of the children arc yainsof her husband and .is beloved ehil-
The H,iuls imsk-i-IiiI nttruetlun are.
Its I nrivalled Loeatiun ami lliaulilid
TIKirotiKh ColliKinte Course and Modern
I.arne I.llirnry and uneiualled Literary
omiK Men's Christian Association and
freedom from Temptation;
MHunihieiit Uymnnsiiini and thorouithly
Attractive Uuardlng Houses and Wonder
ful Health Record;
I'inr discipline and KrliiilousTone;
.na i ue entire reasotinhleness of its terms.
Hend for new andenlnrKeil eatnloxue to
KKV. JAMBS ATKINS.
ARE THE BEST, SIMPLEST AND CHEAPEST
WIRE HANGERS IN THE MARKET.
CURES THE LEAVES ONLY,
testerd iv niiirtilnu a (liirL .,l Hkw
norus, larin liait I lie usual reward will la-
P,u ior per return lo 4 nprnec street.
We claim that these hiinseni are cheaper
than any other; are detachable, and any
numiK-rcan lie aacd per .tick ; In.ure anal.
form tiara of tobacco; more tobacco eaa be
cured kt burn ; tobacco brinm better prices
does not bruise; stalk Is nut cured, saving
luel nnd time. Any barn can lie used. 8am
pic scot with pamphlet torS cents uostaKC.
nquire lor them or your storekeeper or
uiicnt. If they do not keep them send to us.
ice per i.ooo, with nllcfcn, 3.00
lrlce per 1.000, liauiterH only 4.30
Send cash with order, or woods sent C. O. I
TOBACCO HANGER MT6 CO.
Houittou, Halifax Couut, Va
Cheap Rate to all Points.
KAII.KtiAli TICKins bought, sold and
ot'hutiKcd. All tiaasiutions uuarnnteed.
C. P. RAY.
Iipposiu- SwaiinanoH lintel. nultldtf
K. H. BR ITT,
STONE CONTRACTOR & BUI'.OER.I
Alsoaradiuu of all kind. done. All orders ABSOLUTELY I1H t
n.n.Mi.11. AU-A . I " "
....... .,., n u m Kuiiriintrea. inn
n found at all limes at r.mhiim's Cotton
put in danger. Stray shots from these
ooys actually sinac some 01 or Houses. I Bt'nINKMM NOTICF.n,
.n tin. vny nutnoritics inn a stop lo I ---'-
this business? If not will the Societv for To Hoonekeepens
the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals In need of China, Glass, Cutlery, Plated
come to our relief? We are suffering Ware, Lamps, etc., call at Low's for low
great inconvenience irom this business, I pnecs ana nnr gootis.
not to say positive injury, on Church
street nnd we beg the authorities for pro
tection. ti. I. KANKIN.
Court I Adjourned,
The case ofB. 8. Graves against the
Richmond and Danville railroad com-
PATTBRN fll' Tim LATI1MT BTVLU Ol'
THE BLAZER JACKET
Fur sa'e ut the DressmakinK Parlors of
Mrs. Holly burton, Mouth Main Ml.
All kinds of Ureas Patterns for sale.
J?OK 8 ALU. i
New antlipie oak hiieklionrd, very eheaii.
U. H. FATTHKHON,
Burn lit nnv Limn without !.. i
Explodlno or tiklnn flre. Baa that m.
... th. .....1.. ti. -.1- v
yv . rwr Hl sj
BALTIMORE UNITED OIL CO..
AftHHVILLR. N. C
Cor Uilliide and Ka.t 8t
A pply to
Concord, N. 0.
Mr Mr. I. L. Smnthers has a lew va
cant rooms at her boarding bouse, 31H
WTRcmember the United States Mutu-
A residence in first class order, nn street car
ai Accident Association, the cheapest. Mine; SKSjier month. it COFFIN
soundest, lamest oldest anrl lu-sr in Ih. I Keal Katati
eal Katate Avent. A Main RIm.1.
auRlH.l.lt (more j. N. Moriran Co.)
pany, taken up yesterday in the supe- soundest. Inrirest. oldest inH lu-.t in thl
rior court, resulted in a verdict for the world! Everybody seems to he getting
piaintiit; 7uU anmnges and Interest into It. They are wist. Address I. I,. jVOTleB
wers allowed. The court haa arlinrnrf I Hillinrrl. Hiral fim,K.,M A.m.. i -u- I '
until December. ville, N. C. au20-2t LiSJi'JS". !u'?.'!!'. J?ar,d m."k
A Mow Mood to lloo.
Holders or tickets will please call on Jno, A.
Williams, at Richmond Pearson's office In
1 a new maa IO IISS, I ' . t " "i".. rearaoa omce IB
W.B.Woln! has recently added to his If Too wise and wish to become .h.nT. tb
Use I OS ircoaniscu.
1 of nlastrrinn- that of Invlns I healthy and wealthy also, von will
ml aid walks anrl rrfrra tn thuf UlKollerKinfforKlrrtrieI.illitflniir. Iw I auslHtiat
- - . U ... I. U. . M U. IIW A UVI 1 im M1I.h ..l I . .
nun. ui w, rs tuini i un ouuni aisjn , M x.1.111 jiitii v i hih SJOOTsrSI Sw asaaajaiBsSi
street, as a sample of the excellence of notonl tbe best but thecheanest. XII I IN Alt riNll
his work. He boa secured the service of I III W bills I.J las I J
an expert in cement and uses Gibbs &
Co's (London) Portland cement, en
dorsed bf tbe board of public works,
, Londoa, nd by the acqaeduct commis
sionrrsof New York. All work done is
' , ,
A Bad Mallroatd Wreck
occurred several days ago on one ol ou
most hnuortant traak lines. Nohndt
bort but all tbt baxg except the
HoiKi-iray irnnas was smashed up. I
Buy ons. Sold by dealers. Made by H.
w. Koundtrtc ft Bros., Kichmond, Va.
vSwbMt neat MM sMs ofrathral
atsuasi inalihilna fad
pss vaiaasts wa
fMaslai Sn som
mm Is aoisaa and askUl toted, jiiiasj
aors aatw ly
Ootd, 8IITST, Ivory, Oak, OJH and Combi
nation Mouldings. Also Room Mouldings.
Pictures Matted, Monntrd and Framed at
lowest prices and work guaranteed. Bngrav
las. PalntlnRS and Local Views always oa
as.9Ulai ., (,
ape tad i
'f.V ii A -
PORTLAND CEMENT AN1
TILE AND CONCItETE
For hii 111 j tie of work woTil
Walkn in front of KuvHor &
StnitirH I)nif?Storonnil Wivt
fin Carolina Hank. For Con
crete Block Wulk we that in
front of Cariniohael'8 Dmjr
ESTIMATES MADE ON APPLICATION
Portland nntl DomcHtic 0
meat, Planter ami Linn; for
c. 1:. MOODY.
omce No. jo Patton Avenue
THI.KI'HON'li Nil 441
Warehouse and I'nct.-ry near lieiuit Te't
Compound Oijgrn and Medicated alaatn
VnHir has proved more auecemfulln thelreat-
ment of diaraieaof the noae, throat and lunga
than all other remedies eomhlned. It seldom
fsils in any caw of Asthma. We have cured
many people In the four years we have Iwen
In Aahcville who had (riven up all hnnr. Vail
at nuruftU-c and wc will give you thctrnamcs.
We also make a sH-einlty of diacaaea of the
rectum. If you are afflicted with Piles come
nnd get relief. Ns ln or loaa of time from
seas. Relief obtained at once, and no
return, as we make a radical cure.
HAI.RAM ANIMIXVORN HOMB TKIIAT.
ne nave a Home treatment that Is very ef
fective la all diseases of Ihe air paanagrs. We
have prrscrllwd hundeeds of theac home
treatments and sent them In every state lo
the Pnlon and some wonderful cures have
A small pamphlet, descriptive of Asheville
and also explaining our treatment, sent tree
on application. Also a list of questions goes
with each pamphlet that everyone should
have before sending lor home treatment. The
questions when property answered enable us
to make a comet diagnosis of each ease,
We ban treated aaany kaadred cases with
the Compound Oayden and Balsam and have
never had a case to have hemorrhage from
lungs after taking the treatment.
Don't let yoor prejudice keep yaa away,
bat corns and examine for yourself. Better
sacrifice prejndlst than yaw Ids. Comulta-
tfoo free. J,
Offlcs over Coshy's lewelry Store, aear
Orand Central Hotel, Patton Avenue, Ash.
ville, N. C.
T. J. HAROAN, 1. D.
BEST ANTJIIIAC1TE COAL
I'or muIc ni' WhtiliHult' huiJ ki mil by
ASHiKVILLK ick and coal company,
Telephone j6 and 40.
Kxclusive A genu 1 lionieatlc mid Mu-am I lor Western North Carolina.
LHWIB MADDUX. Prea
L. P. MCUII'U, Vicc-I'res.
I. K. KANKIN. Ciuhler.
DiaacToasi-Lewis Maddux, M.J. Reardrn, M.J. Pmkk, J. K. Kiinkin. J. B. Ray, J. U. Herd
. H. Keed, Oeo. 8. Powell. C. M. McLoud.
Organised May 1st, 18SH.
CAPITAL, $50,000. SURPLUS,S15,000
Does a General Hanking Business. Ilepo.lu recciveil. Uxchungc bought and aeld. Col
lections made on all acccmlhlc iiointa. The riuviug Feature will receive siaeiul attentinn,
tloall sums in this department. dcHiaitrd lor four niunlna or longer, inlerest at the rai,
of per cent, per annum will he paid.
Special attention given lo loans on real estate, which will Iw pluctd, lor long time oa real
Open from u a. m. to 8 p. m. On Sutiinluvs the Having Department will hroMcntill II p. 11..
Jau 1 d 1 y
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
J17 Haywood St reel.
All, "WATKR THOKWIVHLV FILTKRICIt 011 the Preiuiaeov.
Twcnty-Ave years ol practical ciiKrirnce. eniiililnnl with i iubiinai. ntlrntion lo nil U
tails of the business and pcrtcct arrunucinenia lor ci.hanlinkks nnd i'Ukitv ol all goiula
mannlactured. enable the propririor to preaeut lo his numerous pntmns a uierlr elans 01
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphonti.
Ginger Ale and ailthc various Havors ol St IDA WATKK ready lor hipiurnt and .kNvered
Iree la Cityjimita Out ol town orders.muat hare KKaroNSlHl.B rrlerrnor.
C. H. CANPBKLL,
MOUNTAIN PARK HOTEL & COTTAGES.
HOT SPRINGS, N. C.
ar- tAAU iri"
RooniH In Cottages Upon Ihe Grounds With
TA15LE 3JOAUJ) AT HOTEL.
PRICES KHOM ;
$12.00 TO iia.n
P ER WEEK "
BUILDING LOT OR ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS IN HOTEL BOARD FREE,
In the New aud throwing mountain ReMort,
( Near Asheville, N. C and niljoiniuK the Vnnilerliill Kstate.) '
K? ne-noterm" W-e-fs.! TZ
or ( Ihe hotels in Hkyland.
IIotki. Ht. Aau.iNi-.irn now. I
llorsi. Hiisnvcskst iien now iMntes Ir.
Pavilion llorrN-lH-lns liuill. )
T5T"!,M."" """''' fr Umeyenrsfrum ihrirdnteand a ret
ari Vhe .oo ... n vt. r:" 'E"l.i.r - '""H1 !?'"
,.h.r.i,",' " " ""' cl-e If v..u do not use them nnd l .
,., yrnia your lul III lie worth Irom S.'UMl to
m fan to $411 icr month.
ling lotj y,,i.
in : you cm.
tr Ivii.n. t lu.
SniHI ur nioie.
TM..KJ A. B. ill! Ill irij IV. naanaan
Take Trln 0..1 at .. A. w Ktci cent or Uriv. tto.lh Mill a.'
auy undaey'a Untde Boo. I
o W. M. Cs' Mo t Ji.?. ,
Ai .ft '
SKYLAND MINERAL SPRINGS, IS. C.
KlKht Blllca Houtb ol Aahcville, oil the A. & H. Rallrositf.
g.IodWlvciy"' ftnHlur. latauUn,! groves, .eat lean I. and croquet lawn.,
48 MINERAL SPRINGS
WhIU Hulphur A.nm. Magncla. Iron and Kp.m. Th.na- Peking healHTind pleaaur, and
Meet MKiet, will not fall to vl.lt . hi. pleasant resort and drink of It. healing waters
E. A. LeVENE,
AaheTlllc. N. C.
Near Paaaengcr Depot.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Mansfaeturers aad Dealers In all hin.i. .., 1. ,
L U HI II E R.
Door, Haah, Blind, MouldlnK, Htalrwork, Blautcla, Rank
and Bar Fixtures, and all klnda of nuiiiinar m.i.i.i
Hard Wood Lumber Ws-ir u
wwtwmm mm Vlf.ll, 1
Tclrphona Mo. a.
WE ARE GOING TO MOVE
TO NO. 31 NORTH MAIN BTRF.PT ARAiit sum,. ..
- t rww rtwwwo 1 if.
And until that date will sell all good, at 10 per cent, on eo.t.' You will do well to luk. ad
vantage of the low prices.
just see our large Towel at 13 els and lie happy. Our dii Inch Table Unco at cU.
Don't terser, t Look out and look In t
$ i ii 2 ii
Aahevtlle Dry Goods Co.. -
hO. HOWBLb, Maaagv. .
P.. ijt k'i V.
a. iiX 'am
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