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ASIIEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 29, 1890.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
II. D. CHILD, Business Manager,
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afternoon (except Handajr) at the fall wins
ra tea -atrietly cuh;
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81 Month 3.0O
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One Month 60
One Week 16
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"crtoert, and parties wanting it will pica
call at the Citukn Office.
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Known on application at this office. All
transient advertisements most be paid in a
The Citurn Is the most extensively ctrcu
lated and widely read newspaper in western
Its discussion of public men and menRnrcs
is in the interest or public integrity, honest
government, and prosperous industry, and it
knows no personal allegiance in treating pub
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Heading notices ten cents per line. Obitu
ary, marriage and society notices fifty cents
THURSDAY. MAY '20. 190.
THE DAII V CITIZKIH
Is on sale at the following places in Asheville
BATTBKV PARK NEWSSTAND.
(LKN RUCK NEWS STANl.
MUI.KL CIGAR STORE. I'attun Ave.
J. CARSON'S N li W a STORE, North Court
PERTINENT AND PERSONAL
New About AMhevilliaiiM and 01
Hlranitcra Wltliln Our Uat.
W. I). Luillow is lure from Aiken, S. C
John A. Stroljcl of tt.-iltinxirc is at tin
H. V. Klcilmiktr ol New York is at tin
('corgi' Franks rcprtsents M itliiy.ill
tlic C.len Hack.
A. Wcchslcr is at t lie CirainI Centra
Imm New York.
J. F. Murray ol Sioux City, la., is
Ii. Everett represents Wilmington
tlic Grand Central,
I r. S. Westrav liatile has returned
from n trip North.
I". F. Pattun niul wile ol Fletcher's ait
at the Grand Central.
Kev. J.irvis lluxton has returned Iron
Winston and Salem.
I'. I'. nmau and wile, of Baltimore
are nt the I'.attcrv I'ark.
There were ciuhlv-unc arrival at tin
principal lintels yesterday.
llarrv Knox. I'. S. Xavv. is at the Hat
Ury I'ark with his family.
Thus. II. I'cegnrilcn. of Chicago, i
uartered at the Ilattery I'ark.
I'. Wulliaehcr and wife, of Ilaltimore
are registered at the liattery I'ark.
I- lioyue and .Mrs. warren Hogue art
at the Ilattery I'ark from Chicago.
A w.i'on loailed with fertilizer lirokt
down on the square this inoniiny.
Kev. James Atkins, jr., and familv, lefl
yestenl.iy for their home, in Virginia.
The Missis L.. Clara and (impress Mur
ray areatthc Ilattery I'nrk trom Chiivi'..
The Illaek Mountain Hotel, filti en mile
from here, w ill lie oiened July 1st for till
Kit. I'.. C. Rankin anil I'rcsiiliny lililcr
J. II. Weaver returned yesterday from
Kopp .Si l.iihtinUrer are the latest
suliseriliers to the telephone list. Their
iiuiiiIht is till.
M. S. Flintier ul" Flat Knelt and li. F.
Koliertson of Charleston are at tin
The l.yneh lienelil will occur Tuesday
evening next at the lecture room of the
Y. M C. A.
I to vie Kay was ln-lore Justice Malont
char'iil with mi assault on Mollie GolT.
She was lined SJ and costs.
A hindscniie garilener is now engaged
in improving the grounds for the new
hotel on French llroad avenue.
I r. I.. II. Mcllraycr was unnlilc to at
tend the State Medical Association owing
to the sickliest ol hit mother.
lion. T. D.Johnston is on the street
nguin having lieen confined to hit room
several weekt with neuralgia.
Ilricklaving on the east side of North
Main street was ocgun opposite the
Farmer's Warehouse this morning.
C. S. Cf.orr, C. T. Knwts and C. b
Illanton will sell twentv lots at the ol'
depot, at auction Saturday at .'I f. m
lion. Ii.W. Ilain, state treasurer, tinssed
through the city yesterday en route
Knlcigh from the Methodist conferemta
Marriage licenses have Ix-en issued ns
follows: X. A. Howard and Sarah Mel
ton, T. I'. Keith nnd llelle Kohinson. and
J. F. Wittimorc nnd Fnnnic Scroggins,
A joint of the ten inch wntcr main I
tweeu the pumping station iintl the stand
pie broke Inst night but wns repaired
thit morning without much Inssuf water,
Mr. W. II. Il.ivden, who lint been here
for some time, leaves to-morrow with
hit family, for Savannah, Gn where he
hat accepted a position in tlie Western
I'uion telegraph office.
Kev. A. X. LaTierre, who hat Iwcn
for tome time pnst, with gnstric fever
nnd nervous prostration, it tlowly im
proving, under the skillful treatment of
ir. Williams. He it at the On lit,
Mm. K. II. Keevet lea vet to-morrow to
attend the grailiintingcxcreitetof Hunts
villc Female College, Iluiitsville, Ala
where her daughter Mist Mabel It nt
school. She will return next week.
Mr. Jesse K, Stnrnet will lead the young
nien't meeting nt the V. M. C. A. rooms
to-night. "Tlic Lord Sett ut nn Exam'
pie in prayer," I.ukc vi:13; hJH-'J'J, is
the ttilycvt. All young men welcome
The VauGilder property on College
ttreet will lie told at truslct'i tale Satin
ilay. The tale will take place at the
court house door. Immediately after this
ale, the housthold ana kitchen furniture
will be told at tbe house.
The Jury on Basic street met this
morning and their report will lx pre
sented to the Hoard of Aldermen to-morrow
night. The jury contltti of M. E.
Roberts, B. A. Newlnod, C. n. Miller, A.
Kankin, C. A. Nichols tod Jno, W.
ANOTHER BIG SALE.
CATHOLIC HILL SOLD
FIFTY PER CENT. PROFIT IN TWO
To-Day's Auction of Lota The
Purchaser and the Price
Paid for Them.
The Catholic Hill property wns pur
chased by Mr. James Loughran two
weeks ago for 910,500. Since thenitha
been divided into lots nnd to-dny they
were sold at auction nnd brought $00
000, A good crowd wns in attendance
and bidding was brisk. The result speak
volumes for Ashevillc't Ixiom. Follow
ing are the lots, purchasers nnd the prices
Xo3, "lOxttti, II. Hues $L"J0
37. 9hxni3xll!7. K. K. Kawls 130
3,, oOxtlN, S. 1'. Mears 11
3S, r,xloo, G. Henderson 31o
311. 7ox"o. I.. I'ullium 'I'M
40, 4'.ixt!."i, I.. I'ulliam 1'
1, x77. A. J. I-vmnn 1
4.', jOxH3. C. I. Illanton B93
44, ,iOx'J5, J. A. I'orter 320
4.", .-oxlo7, J. A. I'orter
Ki, ."0x1 lit, W. A. James
47, doxl31, Geo. Henderson..
4!i. 5.1x11 fi. Joe Sluder
1'."., .-oxO.-i, K. K. Rnwls
yr, ."ox'.ifi. M. II. Kelley
27. ."loxtwi, T. J. Hargari
as, .-i0x!i7. K. M Furmnn
21, .".iixl l.". W W. Hnrnnrd..
!, ,"x75, F. Iv. Mitchell
IS, .-.-.x7.-.. F. li. Mitchell
14, 4Hxlir, C. I. Hill
i, Soxlo'i, 1 1, C. Wnddcll, jr
13, 11x100, . W. Sluder.
12. '.txloo, T. A. Jones lso
11, 0x'.7, K. R. Kawls 175
lo. '.ix'.iii, li. H. Neis 14
.t. 4!ix'.i5, K. II. Neis !.
n, 5ox;i7, K. K. Kawls Ho
7. 5ox'.is, I.. I'ulliam fl."
5. 5oxl07, W. li. I'clham lo,"
4, 5iixl oh, W. Ii. I'clhnm 105
3, 5oxll2, K. K. Kawls 105
2. 5ox7, T. A. Jones 1mi
1. 130x1 Ux7H. K. K. Knwls 11
3v, '."ixloo, Geo. Henderson.... 4oo
51, 75xlo4xl2. G. 11. Stnrnet... IKK
2o. 5oxll5, W. W. llarnnrd 133
l!i. ix 1 1 .", Mr. Maddux 1."
1. ,-oxl 15, W. Ii. I'clhnm lo
17. 5(1x111. W. Ii. I'clhnm 170
43. 4x77. A. J. I.ymnn 1U5
2'.i. .-.tlx'.'". F. M. Johnson 10"
3o, ."iix'.tti. J. T. Ilostic Hio
31, .'oxloii, A. I.. Washington... 1.'
32. 50x100, A. I.. Washington... 13
33, .".Oxlol, T. A. Jones 2o5
3 4. 5ox!)H. T. A. lones 27o
24. 5ox'.i5, T. A. Jones 2H5
23. 5oxl33, T. A. Jones 20
22. 50x115. K. K. Kawls loo
Church reservation, ''i acres J. W.
THE V El L LI FTED.
What Klchmond I Itolnir To
Iivrinl hiopatt-h to The l'itm-n
KiciiMoMi, Y.., May 2!). Thousands
rrived this morning to witness the mi-
eiling ol the l.ee monument. The parade
began at noon, Gen. Fithugh Lee, mar
ital, passed by the old Ix-c residence and
t 1 o'clock the monument was readied.
lien. Jubnl A. liarly was chairman.
After a tribute by the orator of the day.
ol. Anderson, the monument was for
mally unveiled by Gen. Joseph Ii, Johnston,
Among those present were Senator
He, of Tennessee, Senator Colquitt,
I Georgia, Senator Hampton, ol
South Curolinn: Senator Ransom, nt
North Carolina : Col. Ilnsil W. Iukc, ol
Kentucky; Gen. lippn Ilunton, of Vir
ginia; hx Governor Stales, of North Car-
lina. and Gen. oe Wheeler, of Alabama.
A Movement to Ilulld a
The question of a railroad from Ashe-
villc to Weaverville it again being ag
tated. Thit time tome of the most soli
business men of Ashevilleand Weaverville
are interested in the scheme, and it look
at if the road will be built at an early
date. The matter wat spoken of tome
time ago, and nothing more than talk re
sulted, but now it has been taken up by
men who intend to push it. A tubscri
tion paper hot been carried around for a
few days, and the result it that about
one-half of the $30,000 capital stock hat
been tubscribad. The stockholders to
far are J. B. Ilostic, D. D. Suttle, W. T
Reynolds, D. L. Reynolds, J. F. Austin, 1:
Bnird. Zen. llaird. F. P. Roberts and R
The road it to be cither a dummy ornn
electric line. The motive uower hut not
lieen definitely decided. There will be
mass meeting at Weaverville Mondnv
June in, at 10 a. m to perfect the organ
itation. The proposed route runs along
the old dirt rond.stnrtingoutby Ramoth
and Beaverdain. This rood it of a very
;ood gr.ide, anil there will be no trouble
in the innt:er of grading. The distance
is but eight miles. The stockholders hope
to lie able to Ixgin work within thirty
Mr. W. T. Reynolds, who it one of the
principal stockholders, says that the road
will pay, if built, and hit opinion it that
it will lie built. He says they mean busi
MAY COME TO ASHEVILLE.
Charles Collins used profane language
I'luin Levy's dunce-hall yesterday and
hocked the proprietor. He wat before
the Mnyor't court thit morning and lined
i. Jason Willinmt wat accused of si
nking T. M. 1'resley. He wns fined $3.
John Lett nnd Joe Cockcy were accused
f fighting and it took two women nnd
s munv men to prove their guilt. The
rmer was fined t and the latter $3.
Certificates of Ifembenililp.
Superintendent Stames hat received a
am Vr ill certificates of membership to
the North Carolina Teachers' Associa
tion which meets at Morehead City next
month. They will he issued lo mtn for
$2. women $1. They insure one-third
fare on the rnilrohd and a rate of two-
fifths of the regular churgeat the Atlantic
What the Hlate Medical (Society
Did al Oxford.
Ir. J. II. Williams returned thit morn-
ng from Oxford where he hat been to at
tend a meeting of the State Medical So-
iety. On Tuesday afternoon he read a
miier bclore the bodv on the case of
Charles Walker, who wat shot at Kill
more tome time ago. The case it one of
nterest to the medical fraternity. It is
the only one where the patient with
wounds the sume ns Walker"! has been
known to recover. While he wat there
the election of the Stnle bonrd of medical
examiners too place. It resulted in Ioc-
tors Whiteside, Lnng and Hicot being
elected for the term of six years. Doctors
Thomas nnd Young for four years, nnd
loctors rurefoy and I'nvne lor two.
Ir. William A. Hammond, of New
York, wns in attendance nnd rend a
iier on diseases of the spinal chord.
r. A. B. Lviniin, of Baltimore, exhibited
and explained a new instrument of his
The hotels of Oxford were inudequn
r the accommodation of the llio doc-
irs in attendance and the visitors were
royally entertained by the citizens.
To-dny the election of officer will
held and the place for the next meeting
lividetl. Two placet are mentioned.
Wilmington nnd Asheville and it
highly probable that the latter will be
THE COMING LAND SALE.
Fact About tbe
Cruelly lo Animal.
A, Wormwng wns arrested by Secre
tary Jacobs, of the North Carolina Suci
rty for the Prevention of Cruelty to Ani
matt, yetirrdny for inhuman treatment
to a calf, He wat taken before 'Squire
Israel and bound over to court in bom
of $100, which he gave.
A Bis; Purchase.
Mr. J. A. I'orter returned yesterday
from Greensboro, where he hat been for
a week nn business. While there, he pur
chased 2MI acres of land in the tuburbs
oftown for 10,000. Of hit plant he
will nt present say nothing.
Death of a Uood Man.
Rev. R. M. Witt died at his home in
Ixieestcr yesterday at 0 p. m. He wat
residing elder of the Methodist church
of thit district, and leaves a wife and
children. The interment will- take place
At Asheville nostofnee to-morrow, May
.101 n, tne money ortier winnow will only
lie open from 0 to 11 a. m and the sen-
era I delivery and ttnnp windows from 7
to 1 1 a, m. and Irom o to 7 p. m.
li. w. c annon, r, M,
L. M. Illuthenthnl and family of I'lne
Bluff, Ark., have taken roomt at the
Of count there mill lie fiecuators at
the I'eamin atwtion ntxt week, hut the
main hotly of the purr lasers will he con-
terratirt butineu mtn Intent on making
saa inreumenti hr their children mod
James Whiteoml Riley is pnid from
$25 to $50 each for hit iiocmt.
Lady Colin Cnmpliell, of linulnnd. tin
decided to make her debut on the tinge,
King George ol Greece it getting tired
of being a ruler. It it said he it thinking
Count Herbert Bismarck, the son ol
Prince Bismarck, will spend a few weeks
in Kngland at the guest ol Earl Kote-
The Proctor Academy at Andover. X
II., has been enriched by a gift of $2.0O0
made to it by J. c. A. J i ill, of Concord,
Although seventy-four years of age,
Mrs. X. C.Snnger, of Walcrlown. Mass..
a sister of General Banks, it ill with
It is rumored that a movement has
been inaugurated to have Robert Louis
Stevenson made the British Consul a
I)r. Oliver Wendell Homes is failing in
neaun. ah 01 ms corrcsjionclcoce, fx
crpting that of some old friends, it hnn
died by nit secretary.
Mrs. John A. Louan eniovs the reoutn
tion ol being a tkilllul easterner, and has
fitted her home with conveniences made
with her own hands.
The German F.mprrsi Frederick loves
little children. She never fails to notice
every one snc sect, and will often tlop in
ncr warns ana iieii m mem.
The tixleen-yrar-nid daughter of Min
ister Fred I). Grant, Julia iionore, it
somewnai 01 a linguist, one enn tpeak
rpann, iicrman ana rrencn.
The author of "My Country 'Tit of
1 nee, tne Key. tximuci rrnncit Smith, ii
still in active service in the church. The
song wat written tilt jr yean ago.
A gold medal hat been awarded to
Henri Buisson, of I'nrish, France, owing
to hit having lieen for sixty-seven years
continuously engngrn at an undertaker.
The lie Resike brothers, Jenn the tenor,
nnn ixjouara tne imisso, demand high
prices. The former wants 1 0,000 francs
wr night and the latter 6,000 to sing in
Althouuh eiuhtv-five years of iiu
Isaar McLtllan, who was al college with
Lonsfcllow and Hawthorne, and who
wrote the "I'otmsol the Rod and Gun,"
never misses an opportunity to hsh.
William l-ee. the sole surviving British
officer in India who was present at the
rapture of Delhi and the carrying of the
1 1 11.. 1 1 . .,
kHRiiimiT Ksic, now living in a netll-
tute conuumn at Uhim. Tal. In the II m.
What II I Worth.
As we iro to ureas we learn that at the
ropiest 01 Mr. Pearson Messrs, T. W.
I'ntton. A. T. Htimmey and J. R. Bottle
have atniraised the nrite lot of the Pear.
son auction and the average of their val
uations made without consulting each
other is $1,750 I seventeen hundred and
hlty dollars. I This lot is H7x03 kit,
fronting on luigie near Main. '
Attenllon, Mr Knlhl I
Hiiecinl meetinit Cyrene Commnndrrv
tii-night. Work on the order of Temple.
(siting rraiers corniauy invited.
w. V. KANdolph, Recorder.
Per order of B. C.
Of later! I Kvervbody,
Ye local editor Is bavins some of loh
Billings' experiences lust now. that "ih
best place to have a boil is on the back of
For the information of the jiersons in'
teretted I desire to say :
1, That I thall macadamize Mar
ket ttreet from Main ttreet through the
entire length of my projierty and put
down ttonc curbing and tide walkt in
front of each of the lots to be sold.
This may be taken as apart of the con'
stdcrntion, and if the work lie not com
pletcd within one hundred days from
June 1, 1890, any purchaser may cancel
the trade nnd I will refund his money.
I have laid water pie. gas piie nnd
sewer pipe along liagle street and Mar
ket ttreet nnd have exjiended over four
thousand dollars in improvements 011
the propertv and intend to expend tix
thousand more during the current year.
I have demolished buildings that were
paving an annual rental of more than
ten percent, on ten thousand dollars and
I hope to demonstrate by this course
that it uiys to conform to modern
methods nnd to keep pace with advanc
2. Tbe tix large lots surrounded by
Engle Tei race, Market and liagle streets
will be offered separately and afterward
at a whole. Thit block, with streets on
every tide, it nn admirable location for a
commercial hotel, the only vacant block
within a half mile of the Public Square,
ying nearer the court house and citv
hall tlinneither theSwnnnnnon or Grand
Central. It is absolutely safe to say
that no lot of the same size nnd distance
Irom the centre of trade can be had for
less than $30,00O; this lot will probnbl,
go lot less than one third of that sum.
The Grand Central advertises gross re
eipts at the rate ol $100,ooOht annum
This proerty with a hundred room hotel
n modern style ought to do even lietter
without breaking the continiii y of
Cheil's" self-styled, Inppy and widcl
3. The prize lot which I give away n
iiecnuoi 1 lie auction, simiiiv assure:
and guarantees n big sale. If less tbn
wenty-rtve lots are knocked down I lose
money bv ollering the prize.
4. A $20,000 city hall nt the head
Market street is a certain and ordained
Two new hotels each larger tha
Ilattery I'ark arc now practically assured
ir the citv.
i. New York, Boston, Philadelphia
hicago and Cleveland hnve fixed uim
Asheville ns their rendezvous for the win
tcr; and men may make inuncv in the
glare of the furnaces of Birmingham
hnttatiooga and Middlcsliorough but
they will come to Asheville to swnd it
7. The Inst nnd great fact is that cv.
cry ninn who touches the magic toil
this city finds it turning into gold dust.
It requires no brains but only the nerv
to bid und buy. Living prools of this
iusi statement can tie seen on every hand
KICIIUOSU 1 EAKSO.V
Gold. Silver, I-ory, Oak, Gilt and Combi
nation Moulding. AUo Room Mo aiding.
Picture Nfatted, Moon ted and Framed at
lowrat prim and work guaranteed. Bngrav-
am 8. Main St.. AatacTllle.
anr IX d
ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1890.
TERMS STRICTLY CASH WITH ORDER
1 4oC. 1
inc. Paintings and Local Views always on J" quantities not less than one ton Ji factory
euo pounds, no tiikrt, 10 uounds each
Tflo " ir. no ' "
10UO 10 " loo
Tickets now oa sale at the ottice of the
ONE HUNOREO BARRELS BEST
No ice will be delivered without cash or tickets
Asheville Ice & Coal Company.
Telephone No. 36 and 40. No. 30 Pattou Avenue.
JKUiCO COAL AT RETAIL.
For Crate, . . $5.00.0 For Stove. ... a..
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
For sale at Wholesale and Retail bv
ASHEVILLE ICE AND COAL COMPANY
W..I m m f
a uwu; 30 ana 40.
Bsclnslve Agents i Domestic and Htcaml lor Western North Carolina.
I.UWI8 MADDUX, Pras
L. P. McLOUl. Vict-Pm.
One Hundred Barrels
I. B. RANKIN, Ca.hier
Ht SI.NtMl NOTICFX
New OiMMla al Uw'l,
A fine assortment of nil the new stvlcs
in Japanese fans and silk hnnilkerchictt
ana sliuwis. i lit- Llnnn und silver (U part
ments are cniwileil with new nnd heauti-
lul gKls Horn all countries, I enn olfrr
some greater liargnins than ever ln-torc
in Knivis, lorks, sixions and carvers. All
are invited to call, examine and price
K"""s- 1. 11. law.
.os. 01, .j'J and 01 South Main
Atlievillc, .N. C.
tSee the new nml clegnnt styles til
1'iiora ami .M-wiort twt at "Weaver's
J'J I'atton avenue.
T Mountain fark Motel, Hot
ttprtntia. N. C.
it tirsuiass in every particular, wit
the best table in the South. -Pure nnd
abundant water anil perfect sanitary ar
The scenery is Iwautifut. climate muc
mildrr than Asheville, there being no
n.trsn wmtis nnu noilusl to irritate wen
throats and lunut.
The bntht in marble pools are the fin
est in the world nnd the thermal waters
arc an nnexcclled siiecihc for rheumatism
gnat, sciatica, nervous exhaustion and
nil diseases of skin nnd blood.
Excellent physicians reside at the ho
Trnintleave Asheville for Hot Springs
ni 1., iv a. m., ..io and 7 l. n
Kxcursion tickrls, inclndimr one Hnv
hoard at Mountain I'nrk hotel, tiS0.
for rates eu., pidrrss
Adr. W. G. Dooi.ittlk.
Ice for Season iSoo.
On and after Mav Itt ice will be deliv.
ered only ftir cash or ticket!. Tickets
may he obtained nt nur office, No. 3D
ration avenue, and will be strictly cash
AailKVIU.lt ICS AND IVAL lo,
A We-w Reatllo Bllaa.
If vou are wise nnd wish to Imimr
healthy and wealthy also, you will use
Hoiicr i.inir or i.iecirtc i.iunt nnur: lir-
enuse tite Asheville Milling Lompany'i
nour is not oniv tne iiesi out thecneaoett,
tT" Latest styles of font wear for men
atil women constantly arriving at Wen
ver s, .10 I'atton avenue.
New Advertisements ToDajr,
Pos Sals Mrs. Walk..
Hum Wastsd Will. nrns.
f)' S.i.s iwatdra, Ranklo Co.
H"! Nsnt R. A. M.. Chestn.l street.
POR SAI.B. .
On set siftsoH scales. Palrlianks, Aral
mmm unifr, u,..ni in. nrait, itiw nirure.
UHANDHN, RANKIN CO.
Flr.1 rl.M mm I. nHv.t, fWrnllv . 1-
faetney rrlemiciln'l.icnRMhle. tltintl waar
In eotnnrtent auttllcHnt. ttnnulrv rr rp,l.
nmrmaiioa lo Messrs. Kepler, South Main
A thnenH.h lmv roiw. w.p..nlMl
H.'tni. nil. wr Hwy 10
MM. WALK K,
mayasdtr Ida Chestnut street.
A very desirable snMr lurnl.tivil n. H.h...
n,.nm, no, in swr street, nrvnt rooms,
klunen, stalilc, sanies, etc. Address
K. A M
war audi w Us Chestnut street
Builders wwhlas; to tatimate on work can
ohtala staat aad ttiformatloa hy ealhna oa
rilla A LI. am . ....
wiuiuviv ajtmymiu. aBaV3(r13t
ONE HUNDRED BARRELS BEST QUALITY
. C. E. MOODY,
Office No. 30 Pattou Avenue.
TI'l.l'I'lK.Ni; Nil AO.
Wnn-h,,lise nt lennt. P. t). lr,x ft:i4.
urascToas:-Lewis Maddns, M. I. Bearden. M.J. Pan. I. R. B.nkl. t b D.. . u ...
H. Reed. Geo. 8. Powell. C. M. McLoad.
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, E-
-Orcaoised May 1st, lt-SS.
CAPITAL, S50,000. SURPLUS,S15,(XH)
(state, county and City Depository.
lines a General Bankinc Rutiaess. rwnosita received. Bmehaa.. hn.K. a .... .. .
leettoo. made o. . aeee-ibl. ,.,. The Bavin, Feature will receive special attention.
On all sums in this department, deposited for four masts, or in... i. t.
of per cent, per auaum will be paid.
Speetal attenUoa Kiveo to lo... on real estate, which will be placed Tor. Ion, tint,
suuable term. 1
Open Irom 9 a m to 8 p. m. On Satunlays the savins Department will beoi
pen till p.m.
P. A tl'MMIKGS,
Atlorneal.tw tk Notary Pntsllc,
Ml. 12 I.K'.AI, BLOCK.
jo int. in Chunn's Cove, Just outldc the
I.Ihh n,-rrs Innd n Madison county, near
i iiiiii (....
Aon acre, land th e? miles north of Header.
.onville A. At 8 K K. runs throuah tbt
innu. t'osiomcc anu uepot near Dy,
Store hmi'c. No. 13 Pattoa avenue.
seMion uii en June 1, I8UO,
tnavUod I m
ONB OP TH8
In the South.
Scrvlie and table I'lrst
,' . . . J
WALK FROM Till!
Pass the dour f rrrjr to
GREATEST ATTRACTION OF THE
McColl.n't Opera Co.
Will Appear In the
Grand Opera of I
Friday Kvenliijc, Way 30, '90.
.New Mini iitJiunlflcrnt cnntumc. The fincut
comumy nuw traveling without any
8cm on Mlv Vc1netulny nt Raw yrrV. He
erred scau $HK. (knera! ailm.Nlin 7.1
Pot tcrttip addmw
H. J. GREENWELL, Proprietor.
Only 8 Mile from Asheville on tbe A. & . Railroad and
The greatest number and variety of mineral tprlnss to be found In tbe South.
48 Springs on Less Than 40 Acre,
Ivhrattv frrn. an In tint- .. a . ....
ivh found. Many ant ..uyinTToi. n TLJ ,d 'VSuVA "e. .."'.T.'k'S ST"1" .'""f ""TT
omlnal prices to advertise the place and the uiineraT water. Board eao be had at .
Sao to $530 Per Month, or i Per Dav.
Refcmcea. testimonials, etc., can be had by wrltlns to the owner: oe hrttrr v ...
nictTsi.aMiuviteatocamcaadtry the water. Urr.t ni i' .. ' i .
or'f.rlrrr.norn;.,:r;Be " ntun T -- 28
febl 1 dam
OTIS A. MILLER,
Skyland P. O., N. C.
HOTEL i ARMOND-HOTEL BONNYCREST
SKYLAND MINERAL SPRINGS, N. C.
KlKht Miles Soutn of Asheville, on the A.ftg, Kaflroatf.
New hotels, new rottascau new Airaltum ntitirni . a
Yearly orrornTennofYear. Rood liver,. croquet i....
48 MINERAL SPRINGS.
White Sulphur. Alum. Maxnc-la. Iron and I'.n.on,. Tho Mrkl.. h,.i,t. ..a ...
Temsorn'te " "'' drink f 'U "'"''"
A lariw and charming place In the country
bout U milt (rum Anhrville. 2 mi Ira frum
railruatl atationand in aKKxi neiKhlwrhootl.
THE MAIN BUILDING
In ftne atone hnune with lame rofima. at
pie Yernnuaa, irunt ana oack ata.rvaaes
The estate conaiitll Of 4nil acrra. a ennalH.
cradle oortlon hrtnsr atilt in the woo I a
The houac la pleaaantly ailuatcd, with flne
haile, abundant water, etc
flood farm liuilrfinfrn, stabtlng for m nam-
orr ni nuraen, room lor iu head or cattle.
There m mao a nice and convenient frame!
hi)Uc conalatinir of II rn-imianil liiirmrnt I
Rental of the mnln rent deuce $HHi fier atv I
oum; 11 iurm ini'iunrn sihhi per annum, or
rental of frame houae and farm (UlOO twl
Arranirrmetita could nrohahlv h mulr
run t-t n. i Ann 11 nrairen.
Tor further particulars apply to
NATT ATKINSON At fVN8,
Real Katatc Dealers, Aihcvlllc, N. C.
mm v 2 JAM
AahcTllle, N. C.
Near PatseiiKcr Depot.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Maaaiactutm aad Itaalers la all kind. r t "
Door, Hash, Blinds, Mouldings, Stalrwork, Mantela, Bank
and Bar Fixture, and all kinds or Rtaiirfisso- m
Hard Wood Lumber Work a Soeciallv.
aovldly Teleph.Bc N.
Dealers lu Wall Paper, Window Shade. and Patent Uautrcrts
eolVTh:.'!;Jnd,d;Vo?M.y.0IfNlh,C,, - -'.-- Var.,.h. Mry's ,..,.U aad Colors. Wludo, U. bo, a
H. 8. Mcllt'FPV. ..j. ,
Having nuallSrd as administrator nn the
estate of lames Bailey, sr , on the tilth dnv
of May, I HlHl. notice Is hereby iciven to all
prnH.n. iniicum ig in, Min james nallev,
sr., to make immediate Davment and MttlW
mrnt; and all iicnon. havlns claims asainst
said estate will prrsent them nr payment nn
or before the U4th day ol May. lxiil. or
A first class eoloivd m.it mnh t. i...
Wcrh.' mnunt.in trin M-llh t.r
fhan I .1 . . ' - ........ w
" . 'j j.iw ... n,inr null nrst elnss
conk need applv and good waxes will )e iwld
for such. Apply at jvoks ft Jcnks, iia l-at-
Preach aad Americas
We keep In atoek Ml. Uasand Kenturky Lead.
Two new house. In WmI Rnrf HmiA
c.rn nppiy to W. K. WRST.
msyj. diw 132 Hill stmt
gVMMUK TKHM OP Ml'HIC.
Miss M. tlnrmeister snnmnuv. . umn.v
wrm ui mu.ic. rrvnrn, i.erman lesions, from
june ..1 mi sunn oh. i-or terms apply tin
...jht ... . n.nr,i,ic rcmiic WOllrue,
Horse for sale, ariod uddlre n.l
nn,iiirr .1 law umce.
Stia I'KK MONTH.
Will rent a new f room hnn,. miiu .
Improvemenu, or will be sold cheap on easy
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
ij Haywood Street.
All WATKR THOROUGHLY FILTBRBD on the Prenilne.
Twenty.lvc yean of practical cipcrieacc, combined with phmsonal attenUoa to all dr.
tails of the business and perfect arranementa for CLSSNLininu, rvTr , , tood,
manufactured, enable the proprietor to prc.cn t to hi. numerous patron, a superior I.H of
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphon.
0lnr Al. and all the various flavor, of SOLA WATBR ready for shipment and dellv.d
Iree Is City limit.. Oat of town ordersrmust have ts.roKSl.LS refentnee.
C. H. CAMPBELL.
Orrics Asiikv i.i.s St. H'v Co.
snay if 7. laiHl.
a stoeanninrrs' mM.tln win h. . .ki.
, ,r .r , Jun., 1HWi, at aoon
or the transncllim of such liuslnrM a. mav
lie presented to It Bv order of Hoard of uf.
H. M. JONKfl.
BeeraUry aad Treasurer.
And Bweedlah Blovcnenu.
Also InslrucMoa In I'hr steal Caltun foe
ladles and children In ctaass or private, by
Miss Main., of New Vork.at Ulaainu uns.
ITAU. B-10 a.m. l-a-ta. Calla or tm. it Patttsa iv...
"j man awwerra prvimpuy.
TAYLOR) BOUIS & BROTIIERTON,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers la
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, STOVES,
HEATERS, RANGES, TINWARE, C.
8ANITAKY I'LUMHINO, OAS AND STEAM FITTING,
TM AND SLATE ROOFING,
AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC GAS LIGHTING ANI) CALL MULLS.
AGEHTI FOR "HOYAC1 Ml MACHINE. AUTOMATIC tlHINKLEII WORK FOR MILLS A SPECIALTY
New Store-Under Opera Houae.
Afthevllle, N. C.
Batlsaatsa ChMTfully Olrea oa all Work la onr Lint.