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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 31, 1890.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
H. D. CHILD, Butiuett Manager.
Tug DilLT Citizkn will be published every
alteruoon (except Sunday) at the full.wing
One Year. tn.OO
lux Montbi a. 00
Three Month! l.so
One Month....... bo
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afternoon in every part of the city toour.ub
"he. and partite wanting it wUl plcaac
call at the Citubh Office.
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known on application at thia office. All
Tnce advertiatment muit be paid in aa-
The CmiiN u the moat extensively ctrea
v .vd w'dcl "ad newspaper in Wcatcrn
i 'td.l"l"n of nubile men and measure,
la in the interest of public integrity, honnt
government, and prosperous Industry, anil it
Uc?aaaea pc0,"U "'aianceiu treating pub-
Specimen coplea of any edlUon will be sent
,r,I '".""J onc "ending their addrcaa.
Reading noticea ten cvnta per line. Obltu-
Irt, nilrrisn anil Biv4i.t n.nt.w. An.
,lu'h (not exceeding ten line.) or nlty cenu
WE WANTED THAT BADLY
AN ORDINANCE PROHIBIT
MEETING OF THE BOARD
Bberrlll Kn peeled To Break If In
Siiecinl Miipntch to The Citiien,
Nkw York, Mny 31. Twenty thous
ieopleare thronging Berkcly Oval nt
Morris Dock, on the Harlem river, this
afternoon, the occasion being the inter
collegiate Athletic Association panics
The struggle was between fivecltilm, those
of Yale, Harvard, Columbia, I'rineeton
and the University of Pennsylvania
Vale's great sprinter, Sherrill, is expected
to break the record.
SATURDAY, MAY at. IHUO.
THI$ DAILY CITIZEN
" "'e at the following place. In Anhcvlllc
HATTBKV FAHK NKW8 STANI.
GLBN ROCK NBW8 STAND.
MODKUCIOAH STOKIi, I'litton Ave.
J. c AliSU.VS NliWS STOKIi, North Court
PERTINENT AND PERSONAL.
Newa About AahevllllatiH and ol
BtrMiiKern Wlitiln our Uulen,
J. P. Casey is nt the Buttery I'nrk Irom
0. M. Cam on, of Tryon City, is
I;. Ii. SeiilHirn represents Huston at the
I'oliceman .. A. Collins has reltirneil
John D, Brailfiirtl represents Atlanta
ut the Kuttcry Turk.
J. H. Avery, of Louisville, is registered
at the Battery Turk.
Savannah, Gn is represented at the
llattery Tark by T.J. lavis.
Robert J. Sitton, of Baltimore, is regis
tered at the Grand Central.
L. L. Watson wife and son, of Spring
field, Mo., arc nt the Grand Central.
The MaeColliii 0iern company were ut
the Grand Central during their stay here.
Riehmond Pearson's residence is now
supplied with a telepl e. Ili.iiuniWr
II. 11. Curtis represents New York
armory in yesterday's arrivals at the
Mr. ami Mrs. II. II. Gardner, of Chica
go, are nt the llattery Park. They ar
Rev. K. X. Price will dedicate the
.North Asheville Methodist church Sun
day night, June 1.1.
Mr. J. II, lloslic is moving into the
house formerly occupied bv Opt. Nalt
Atkinson on preach Broad avenue.
The Aht-villc Light Inlanlry returned
this morning from the unveiling ceremo
nies of Lev's monument at Richmond.
"I'ernihurst" iCouunlly's drivel will,
during the summer, lie oicn to visitors
only on Mondavs. Wcdnesdavs and Sat
Jesse Morgan, a magistrate lor Lower
Hominy township, has resigned, anil will
Ik' a candidate tor county commissioner
at the election Monday.
Mrs. II. C. Hunt, Mrs. Sampson, Mrs.
Harrimaii mid Mrs. Scheuler, Misses Sci
IktI, Scheuler and I larriman, and Messrs.
lidjllunt and liolT compose a moun
tain party that has just returned Irotn a
trip to Pisgah.
THE OPERA LASTNIGHT.
Railroad Representative Were
on Hand, But a Rattier
Capt. Atkinson was the first one to
come lielbrc the Board of Aldermen lust
night. He read the charter he wished
granted tor Ins railroad. It is the same
that was read nt a previous meeting,
with some slight modifications. The
clause giving exclusive right for ten years
has been stricken out. A clause compell
ing the company to put the pavementsot
the streets on which the road runs, in
good repair within the tracks and lor a I The urn Bay,
distance of two feet on each side, has Special to The citiien,
lieen ndded. Pittsiii nr., Pa., May .11. This is the
It was suggested that the matter Ik- I closing day of the Scotch-Irish Congress
relcrred back to the committee, as thev "f America. lix-Congrcssman William
were not prepared to report. Capt. At- ' Koliinson addressed the gathering
kinson and Capt. I'utton expressed their i'" morning on "John Preston and his
willingness to have the inn tter continued, lescendant8.
Their Appearance at Nlaicara
a- alia Occasions a Ripple.
itecial to Till Citizkn.
Niaoaka Falls, Ont., Muv 81. The
Duke and Duchess of Commught arrived
here to-day and were given n big rceee
Hon. To-night for the lirst time Niagara
Falls will be illuminated on the American
and Mr. McBrayersnid his rondcxiectcd
to begin work by June 20 and he wanted
the matter decided as soon as possible.
Capt. Patton asked the Boaril if the
rest of the matter was continued, to nt
least act on the line from South Side ave
nue to the city limits, and presented a pc
lition signed by the property owners
i long the tine, asking that the road lie
extended there. This application was
granted, and a clause was ordered to be
idded, comclling the company to pave
and keep in condition the street, within
uid two feet on each side of the track,
and to indemnify the city against any
loss Hint Simula lie incurred, by causing
the street to Ik- widened, on account ol
It was moved and carried that the
matter of granting the other privileges
be ost poned till Thursday night at S.MO
when final action will be taken.
A iK tition was presented from property
iwncrs on Turner street to have that
street extended through to Spring street.
It was referred to the Street committer
with instructions to report at the next
Mr. A. Shell asked lor an extension ot
the water main on Phillip streets. It was
ordered that the line be the first onc laid
when the city procures sufficient money.
The matter of building a bridge near
Sycamore street, which was asked for by
Rev. Mr. Mcl'ulTy at the last meeting,
was reported on by the street committee
and was referred back to the committee
with power to net.
S. P. Mears complained of the widen
ing of the pavement on South Main
street. The matter was left to the dis
cretion of the strcvt committee lo Ik
changed or not at they see fit.
Thejury on ojiciiitig the street from
Sycamore to Atkins street rcKirtcd that
J. .M. Kay, s. I.. Welilon and Mrs. S. G.
Atkins are neither damaged or benefit
led ; that Messrs. Barrett, Martin and
Pcniiiman pay fifty (icrccnt., W. T. Pen
nim.in fifteen percent, and Frank Lough
ran thirty-five per cent of the total cost
of the work. Action on this matter was
The jury on widening tingle street re-
Ttie Wheelmen's) League.
Siicciul to The Citiien.
Pi.AixpiKl.n, N. J., Mny .11. The New
Jersey division League of American
Wheelmen Ix'gun a successful meeting
here this evening. Two hundred bicy
clers are in attendance.
It Draw a Crowd.
SKiinl to The Citiien.
Ann Akiiok, Mny ,11. Fully a thou
snndof thcaliimniof M ieliigan University
are here to-tlay to witness the perfor
mance to-night of a Latin play.
Sinvlnl in The Cittirn.
C.tuiiKiiH.i:, Mass., May 31. The Yale
Art School anniversary day wns appro
priately celebrated to-day. Five hun
dred visitors attended.
The following have lieen apHiiuted by
Governor Fowle as justice of the icace
in this county : R. F. Drummond, John
C. Reynolds, Asheville township; Jason
Ashworth, G' V. Lvnch, Jesse William,
Fair Yiew; Jas. M. Whittiinorc, J. II
llrittnin, Ivy ; Jas. Brigman, F. Weaver.
Flat Creek; Caney Allison, Black Moun
tain; Mark Shutord, Limestone, anil
Sims Owenhv, Ix-iccstcr.
These arc to take the place of those
apMmteil liytlie legislatureand who lad
cii to (jui, my.
Round Over to Court.
Robert Ray wns before 'Squire Sum-
mey this morning charged with larceny,
Ray took one of Dr. Battle's horses and
a buggy Inst night and went on a pleas
ure drive to the country. Dr. Battle
missed the horse and instructed Police
man White to wntch for the man and ar
rest him when he returned. It was II
o clock this morning when he came in.
tic was uouml over to court in SUM).
Mallard Rich & Boyee hove Ken n ward
ed the contract for the slate roofing.
plumbing, gat piping, copier cornices.
gutter und in fact fot even-thing in
their line for the government building.
Bnllnrd, Rich & Hoycc nrc ngents for
inccciciiruicd l astcur niter, made in till
sues lor family and hotel use, and keen
TWO FINAL PACTS.
1. Mr. Pearson has to pay all the
taxes for the year 1RU0 and '01 upon the
lots to be sold, as the tax lien takes effect
on the first day of June.
2. Asheville's credit is booming like
her real estate. She hat no trouble to
float the market house bonds. Mr, Fear
son has offered to tuke the entire issue at
102V, and the market wilt be built at
once on the city lot, The board ha de
cided to sell the bonds to the highest bid
BALLARD, RICH & BOYCE,
The Pearson auction to begin next
Monday at 11 o'clock a. m. is unique in
two resjieets. It is larger than any auc
tion held in this city in the past one hun
dred years. And it is larger than any
auction of central business lots that can
possibly be within the next five thousand
years, for the simple reason that when
this auction is over vacant lot under
the eaves of the citv hall and court house
cannot be had ; the supply is exhausted.
Form of contract to be signed bv the
vendor and vendee nt the auction next
PEARSON'S AUCTION SALE, JUNE
iarncst Moncv Paid Down. $
Balance of Cash Payment to-wit :
To lie paid within the next thirty days.
nitiun wii'i nine a lormni convey
a ucc is to oe executed,
Signed in Duplicate:
This lime IS'.IO.
Stoves and Tinware.
PLUMBING, GAI AND STEAM FITTING, SLATE
AND TIN ROOFING.
PAINTS and OILS.
THE PASTEUR FILTER,
IN ALL 8IZH8 I'OK FAMILY
AND 1IOTKL l'8l'
Uuaranleed to be oerni Proof.
- ASHEVILLE ADVERTISEMENTS.
ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1890.
TERMS STRICTLY CASH WITH ORDER
In quantities not leas than one ton at factory
In quantitiea not leas than one half ton at factory
MM) pounds, HO tickets, 10 pounds each A
7(H) UH 20 "
TOO " 10 " 00 "
1OO0 ' 10 " lOO " "
..Oc. per hundred,
Tickets now on sale at the office of the
No ice will be delivered without cash or tickets.
Asheville Ice & Coal Company.
Telephone No. 36 and 40. No. 30 Patton Avenue.
JELXICO COAL, AT RETAIL.
For Grate, D5.00.ll For Stoves. ...
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
For aale at Wholesale and Retail by
ASHEVILLE ICE AND COAL COMPANY
. rf- m . 9
. v.t.puuiic 30 ua 40.
BxclntWe Agents IDomeitic and Hteam) for Western North Carolina.
LIIWI8 MADDUX. Prea
L, P. McLOUU, Vice-Prca.
DiatCToas:-Lewis Maddux, M. I. Brarden, M.J. Paa-ir. J. B. Rankin I
b. n. Heea, ueo. H. f owell. c. M. McLoud.
I. B, RANKIN, Cashier
B. Ray, J. B. Reed
Ill HINi:tM MOTICKtk
New (joodH at Ijiw's,
A fine assortment of all the new ttvles
in Japanese fans and silk hand kerchiefs
nil shawls. The Clunn and silver depart
ments arc crowded with new and bcauti'
fill kimmIs Irom all countries. 1 can offer
some greater larains thnn ever before
11 knives, lorks, soons and carvers. All
re invited to call, examine and mice
'J"1"'". j. 11. LAW,
.Vis. 01, M nnd 61 South Main street.
Asheville, N. C.
Hf See the new and eleunnt stvlcs of
wxinra ami .Newport tiet nt "Weaver t
:i ration avenue.
The Mountain Park Hotel.
Mprtntta. N. C.
Is lirstclass in ever particular, with
the Ih'si talilc in the South. Pure and
liunilant water and perfect tnmtnry ar
The scenery is henutiful, climate much
milder than Asheville, there twins; no
h irsh winds nnd nodutl to irritate weak
throats and lunira.
The liaths in marble pools are the fin
est in the world nnd the thermal waters
arc an unexcelled specific for rheumatism.
Kout, sciatica, ncrvout exhaustion and
all disease of skin nnd blood.
lixccllcut physicians reside at the ho
tel. Trains leave Asheville (or Hot Sprinfrs
m n. m., .an ana 7 p. m.
Excursion tickets, including one dny's
oonni 111 .Mountain I'nrk Hotel,
r or rates etc., address
Adv. W. G. Doolittlb.
Par XI ont I,. t.udcer, repreacntim;
Mack. Stndler & Co.. manufacturers ol
fine clothiiiK. is in the city and will be
pleased 10 see the trade. Snmnle room
over ncmng at weaver s store.
Ice for Meanon 1890.
On nnd after Mnv 1st ice will lie dcliv-
cred only lor cash or tickets. Ticket
mny lie obtained nt our office. No. .'till
1 'at ton avenue, nnd will lie strictly cash.
ASIIKVILI.K 1CK AND IVAL CO.
A Mew Road lo Bllaa.
If you arc wise and wish to become
healthy and wealthy also, you will use
Koller Kinjt or hlcctnc Linht flour; lie-
ALU HIZB8 KBPT IN STOCK.
Cold, Silver, Ivory, Oak, Gilt and Combi
nation Mouldlnira. Also Room Mouldings.
Picture. Matted, Mounted and Framed at
lowest prices and work guaranteed. Engrav
ings, Painting and Local View always on
aa S. Main St., Asheville.
apr ID d
ONE HUNOREO BARRELS BEST
One Hundred Barrels
A I .MO
ONE HUNOREO BARREL! BEST QUALITY
C. E. MOODY.
Office No. so Patton Avenue.
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, .
Organised May 1st. 1888.
CAPITAL. $50,000. SURPLUS, $15,000
mate. County and City Depository.
IK, a General Banking Bu.lneaa. Depo.lu received. Richanae hon.h. .nrf .....
lections made on all arcenible point.. The Having Feature will receive Sclal attention.
OnalWuma la thia department, deposited for four month or lonaer. intern tu.
of per cent, per annum will he paid.
Special attention given to loana on real estate, which will be placed Korriong time on r..l
Open from 9 a. m. to S p. m.
On Haturdnys the ftuvlng Department will be open till A n m
ONI! OF TUB
In the South.
Service and table Pint
WALK PKOM TUB
Paw the iluor every to
Por term, addre
H. J. GREENWELL, Proprietor.
Only 8 Miles Iron Asheville on the A. A 8. Railroad and
The greatest number and variety of mineral aprlng. to be found in the South.
48 Springs on Less Than 40 Acres.
.r.oSunai jas vssss nD
inMu .ih uv a0 Ml
9o to 930 Per Month, or Si Per Da v.
Reference, teatlmonlala, etc., ran lie had by writing to the owner: or belter vet .,,..
Intetntrd la Invited to come and trv the water. i. i....r ,J":f
ummer. ....... , maue ncxi
OTIS A. MILLER,
Skyland P. O., N. C.
..11 1. , . 1 . , ,' !,... .i Ai:ti. i:n: , ,
...rte.1 a. follow.. Tl,. t If II. . ".-." ,r. ' K ".p"y .
- I soiuieiy jjerm protii. i wo ol thine nrc I ""r i noioni inenesi dui tnecneaoest
f-'alka IrcNenlrd lo a iood Houm
l the MMcl'ollln Troupe.
Tlie crliirnmnce of l-nlkn ut the ern
hall Inst nielli drew (nit u kooiI audience
nml the piny ns put on hy the MncCullin
oiern eompauy wns ns n"(! ns aiivlliin
that litis npicuretl here this senson. Tlx
renl stnr tif the eompnny, hnwever, Mini
Marie tiurcint, is east fur a minor part,
but that did not detract from the nuili-
cnir's Appreciation other two solos, which
were roundly tnchored. M. E, Klcliunl
who npienred nt Ilolehis, the brigand
chief, can get a set of false teeth fur ciht
dollars and it will improve hit sinning
several hundred per cent. As it it it W
only torture to have to listen to his
Mist Foiinlrl). Hull made n good I'alkn
nnd her (pxitc J. Lisle Apple who took
the pnrt of Arthur hat a rich tenor voice
with entirely too much volume for 11
small n room nt the 0irrn hull
duet wns one (if t lie most pleasant nn in
lien of the evening.
At Tolliack Mr. A. V. Ii. MacCollin
waKnl"l. nml at I.ady Ilrother Kclienn
Mr. F., P. Smith did some comedy work
which could not havclx-cn loitered. Ilio
topK-ni ni, 1 mm, 1 nuuteii i nnt i school at tl.UO a.
naiiiy, was cnrnoreti nnu rcK'nchorcd
until' lie refused to reMind. The re
maiiider ol the tupHirt was lair.
dumoKcd $2,Nl).ri0; k. Pearson, Une
fitted $a,(i:i8.50; Wm. Cwke, jr., Im-
fitted $1(11.73; A. Trcck, lienrlitteil
$iiM.4J. Action on this matter wns also
A ciiiiimutiicatioii from Mr. W. (I.
Wulle askiiiK to have relict Irom thedrav
inen stuuiliiiK in front of his ImildiiiK,
wns read. No action win taken.
The iccinl tax list nt revised raises
the tnt on two-horse drnys Irom $1 to
$."; on one-horse drayi, from $'J to $.1.
The list was adopted.
A. T. Sinnmcy win employed as city
tax lister for the next venr.
Mr. W. R. Pcnnimun culled attention
lo the slruiKhtcnini' of the street on the
west side of South Main street, nnd
nsked that it also he straightened on the
cast side. It was referred to the street
committer with Hiwer to net.
A claim ol $.".il was allowed Col. J. M.
Knv for work done to repair (Innincr
caused to his property liy the sewer.
An ordinance mnkuiK it unlnwliil for
nn.viiersonstoj'ive pulilic cxhihition ol
iMixini;, spnrriiiK. fencinu or nnv such rx-
Their eT.ciK ortu ni,lor encoumcesuch nn exhi-
' ,,i cue H-iiiiiiv nxeii
nt $.i(i fine or imprisonment for :iu davt,
in use nt the llattcrv I'nrk hotel.
Central Methodist church Sunday
m., prcarhiiiir nt 11
8. m.. I)V Rev. lesse t'linii-nm I ll .,f nl.h Informatlun about reiluwd rate,
n. in., oy ncv.jrsw tuniKnm, 1. II., oil !,! Kimball ami the om
me lorth Lnroliuit confrrence; tong ser-
Cl.nTlllKil lloalie Urn., Ac Wright.
KOI RTH PAUK.
T.I'.TKS'd !. V W. West.
PmvATX Hoa.ii U Flint etrret.
I'l.SAM'KK ANII I'tllFIT Klmlintl.
JKKFH.I.ON I'AVI II. F. John.on Co.
ll'I.I.A.n, Kich Hovch Tinware. Ate.
nilAaiK. WANTKn IAN Chrtnut .ttrrt.
Ml'UMKa HoA.niNO Mm. M. K.C'h.mlirrlin.
An rirurnltin hm lieea rrsnfH nt very
June 7th to 14th,
Inclusive, to the new town of
Thl. new town I. on the Na.hvllle. Chatta.
minxa ami St. I.oui. Mailruml, in Marlon
County. TrnnesMv. It front, for thm. n.n.
on the Tennewiee Klver. and I. (he mit..
tine iiuniiren munre Alllr. or a rich coal
iron. Ilmriitone and front Innil. n ran lie
i.'unii wnnin any eimiinr area In the world
Anirrirnn and 'orrignCaliitHliM. have uniorf
lo make at KIMIIAI.I. and in it. trihutury
property, the mo.t womlrrful Iniln. trial ilc.
veliipmrnt on thl. conilnrnt. The otolun
furnl.hr. an opiHirtunity, at small eiprmw.
to enjov iienutiriu scenery, and to make de-1
The rhriatrning ante, Intended for the bene,
ntofthoae who wl.h to he lilentlnrd with
KIM MALI, from Ha verv beginning, will
lake place on June loth nnd 11th.
K.uman ami steamboat nnice. will fur-
Ir" Latest stylet of foot wear fnr men
nnd women constantly arriving at Wea
ver s, ts-j ration avenue.
Orrics AaiiKvii.t-a St. R'v Co. I
Mav 'J7. lHun. i
A atoekholdera' meetin. will he held at (hi.
omce on ine 7tn nay 01 June, ihuo, at noon
or ine transaction ol ucn nualne a. may
BV onler of Hoard of 1)1-
ThXFPHONB NO. 40.
Warehouw at Depot.
P. O. Boa M.
lie prearnted to it
P. A illMHINVS,
AtlorncyHII-Iiw tk Notary raibllc.
NO. 13 LBOAL, BLOCK.'
20 lot la Chuna'e Cow. Inat ntf.alH k
1.1HH acrea land In liidun. m.i,i..w
Paint Sock. '
ooo acre land thiae mile, nortl. nt HmH.k
i aonvnie. a. at m. K. run. through the
'."u, j-wmmrc .nn oepot near uy.
HOTEL l ARMOND-HOTEL BONNYCREST
SKYLAND MINERAL, SPRINGS, N. C.
KlKht mica South of Asheville, on the A. s. Railroad.
New hotel., ww cottage., new furniture, beautiful gran, neat trnnl. .ml .... .
good livery. '
48 MINERAL SPRINGS.
White Sulphur. Alain. Magwua. Inin and l(p.m. Tho- seeklnu hr.lth j .
seleet .octcty will not rail to viXt thl. plonnt re.rt and drink of lu healing water.
Term, reawnablc. ..
E. A. LcVENE,
TWO lYtlfltlrf turn. W'hil unilrratanH finn
AHHtH-iAtion work, to Si't nm vrntral sarni. i
" nr rntpir iimin nK, i.ttmn una nnvinji
nofn-ifitifin oi irrnrii, v. wncc csiriv.
M 1 H mm tvnu mcrcniTi,
W V. GAHCOIONK.
We the underalvned hulchera nt A.hvii:
win eioae our maraei.. on an,, anw I h ara
ony oi june, ihuo. every oay eicent Hatur-
lav. irom l to ..lo n. m. till i.t nf Hr.w
Miioivr. .-. v.. rac. avian of tiao
MMKn St Co..
Kna It Bbadvobd.
... w . rAoa,
Ultt Ijttid Male.
The syndicate headed liy Mr. J. II. Hot
tic hnt sold an interest in the l.'ln ucres
on Ilenvrrdnm recently purchased for
$30,000 to S. J. Green and II. Illnnton nt
the rate of $50,000 for the entire tract.
The work of improving the proicrty will
I commenced at once, and the owners
hope to have the pavilion rrndy in three
weeks. This pnvilton will be for the ben
efit of the pulilic, and will lie an excellent
vice at H.I10 p, m.
First I'rctliyterinn Church Rev. W. S.
I. Ilrynn. pnttor. Uivine worshio to.
morrow nt 1 1 a. m. and H..10 p. m. The
incramcnti of linptism and the Lord's
Supper will accompany the morning wor
ship. Snhlinth school nt 0.30 and YoutM(
People's Meeting nt 7.4.1, both in the lec
ture room of the church.
Riverside and North Asheville Mctho-
imlinll and the nnmifl..!.
tie. it oner enn lie obtained from the ont.
lira oi ine conipanr.
rrrnldcnl, I.IMiAN If. ROOTS,
rrraiilent of First National Hank, Little
Vlcr-Prraldcnl-CHAS, . BtlCH.
ARUMON, Cuiiltnli.t, Chattannoi.ua.
Trcasarrr, JNO. N. SSVANT, Prra-
lilrnt of the Seattle Coal and Iron Co., so
Hrtiailwav. New Vnrk.
and Vlc-trealdenl and ManatilnnT
--" - , n. a. mmmiMmmm.m ronncny
w. "", um,, wiintianutiKa, .enn.
Two new hnuar. in Weal Knd ft anil 1 n mom
encn. Apply to w. K. WKHT.
may Hod I w IBM Mill .treat
lo PKM MONTH.
Will rent a new T rt.r.m hnu l.h mmIm. I
Improvement, or will Ik .old cheap on easy I
may27illw VanOilder House.
Flrat rlna. cook In private family. Satis. I
U'tury rrtrrenre. indi.iwniable. flood wairra I
to competent apiillcant. Bnquire for further I
poK HA LB.
anted to give
. "2 r,riut of deed of trust eiecnted to me
(list church Divine service at Riverside I n,r' ,HH"' reglitered in the ofltee of the Kec-
a.vr ,ii ..TOia m .luneomne ciiunty, in nook
... ..,....,. Inin .,wl, c..,lu l. w ,l . i. i.ieroi mo. oi liuneomn county, In So
place for picnic. The owners propose to nl 11 0 Snnilav. At North Ashe-1 1 7. at page H7 of Mortgage Hreorda, to
M.I. a. nlili. ,mH,rfu i ,u I t,itl u L n I . I i . i , I cure the ourch.ae mnnr, f,,r n,. m.i m,
mnkc an offer ol the property to tlie city
or a pars,.
Th Van Ulldcr Property Mold.
The Van Gilder irorrty on College
street wns told to-day at truttee't tale
at the court house door. The procrty
wnt knocked off to L. Piillinin, for Mrs,
Julia A. Sludcr, for $a.1,H00.
An Occasional Adjective.
ville 8 o'clock, conducted by the pattor, ?Ji'l' JSIT.' '", 51" '"
C. M. Cnniplicll. All invited to attend, ur of .aid T. w. Aahton to comply with the
, ... , . provlaions of laid deed of trust. I will Mil at
Trinity Church I upiscopnl) Morning public auction for cash to the hlgheat bidder
tcrvice It o'clock, holy communion. WlT,'lSTXVti
Evening rvice 0 oVt.tclt. Sunday tchool lnTJSSSS
0.30o.m. deacrilied real relate i In th. northern part
... , ,, ,, of the city of A.hevllle,. aid county, .lluate
rrencll Dronil lliiiitiat Church Dr. (nr. at the northern bounrfare or .aid hi. n .k.
roll, the pnttor, haying to go to Hender- niV o, ..id 7ST SV"?"
sonville to-morrow to take pnrt In the Ti Inli & P"r""L 10 ."""""r
. I lintt. unci COtltslnlnaT nhnnt nns httlf .
A thnmuirh lrt-avw aw.fB.
four unlluin milk isrr da.
mnyUlHltr 16H Chentnut -ttret.
fttore hnupe. No. 12 Patton aTMitis tnm
rtMtnn nivrn June 1,
COMMENCINQ MONOAY, JUNE 2ND.
Elfin Star Comedy Go.
Producing a Rriwrtolrc of the
MONDAY NIUHT, JCNK IND,
the Comedy Sensation, In four acts.
Asheville, N. C.
Near Passcnfrer Depot.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Maaaiactnrm and Dealers In all kiad of umh '
I Dealers In all kiad of Dreaaed
Door, Sash, Blinds, Moulding;, Stalrwork, Mantels, Bank
and Bar Fixtures, and all kind of Bulldlnar m.i.i
Hura Wood Lumber Wnrk
sly Telephone Mo. s.
Dealers In Wall Paper, Window Shades and Patent H
Paints. Oil. and Varal.net, Maanry's Mlied I'aJata sad Color. Wlndo.
French and Americas
Wt keep in stork St. Lo.l.a.d Kentucky Leu).
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
17 Haywood Street.
All WATER THOROUGHLY FILTERED on th Premises.
A very dralrable hnnae mrnlaned or unfur-
nianru, no. 7a iiallry .trret. eleven rooms,
aiHiiic, garden, etc, saaiTH
maytflidt w SQ Chestnut atrect.
fine apt vaahMia v.irfu.t. aM.
- wutr, . i i in, oraic, low ngurv.
IIKAHDUN, KANKIN A CO,
Twenty.tv year, of praetkal eipertenee, combined with ritsoNAk atunlion to all de.
tall, of the nariswaa and perfect arrangement, for vlsanlinkb and rvarrv of all goods
manufactured, enable th oroorlelor to present lo bit anmerou. (,.. . i ...
Unique Mechanical EfleCta. Carbonated Severn
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphons.
Olnger Am and mlt th v.rtou. flavor of SODA WATBS ready for shipment and delivered
rreelaCltylla.lt. Ont of tows ordrn..t hare as.puKai.LS rrrereore.
C H. CAMPBELL.
Admission. 911. AS and SO ....
eats at Sawyer's.
The Mayday eelehratlon by the-Bright dedicatory services of their new Baptist or"k..Tnd .".u," dVrtUTn ?iddd
Jewels" was a radiant merest, ling it, .,., i, i,:i.ti.. o.. , a u.:..i.. of trust. Thl May 80, ihuo.
sparkling, glorious, graceful little DuYsey 1 ,Urel uu,l,liK. K-i- A- Slielght, ut- w. W. WBST, .
VVeaver maile anapproprintclittlesiwech 'Htant editor of the llihlicol Recorder, "ityai.Ut..td. Tru.tee.
nnd crowned the pretty and fnsrinntingl will prenrh for him at II a, m. and 8.30 saUMMBR 0UAKU1NU,
orneamillT reaoonrle in a beAulifnf .nr- h lZl l! " Prepared with rooms for sum-
nnd everything then went at merry ns a I .a . : mrs. s. B. chambbrlin.
bridal belL-WUton Mirror. imurmi mcrr h m oc cuitort utl mayflldlm 57 Church .treat
Mason's jars for preserving
JU f).n,,N ..,,'. H... A... .L.I
"" IK OIIUUHTII.unDUM.lx
main Imilv of the nurchnnrrm will rnru I "
ii M,u,rton4 rmhtdcbi!dZ?',ur tMr chi,drta iZxz3Ssr
Yearly or for a Terra of Years.
A large and charming place In the country
about ti mllea from A.hevllle, 8 mile from
(tiiruau avauonano in agooa neigBborhood.
read.. a.... ... . I THI MIR lUILDINfl
handlina thla hnnk II Ii ..lh..ll. vk.M.. I
IngtV written, nrnftiaale and .nrad..l. 1, I Iflf .ton. kaaw with I.m.m. ...
illustrated, and beautifully bound In even I pie veranda., front and back atalrraaaa ud
" w..j in ine greai auofrvc, Mr, I hii,
. ne a.i.w eonnat or na aern, a eon ald
er" ble portion being tlll In the wood..
The houar I pleaaantly ttatd, with one
shade, abundant water, ate
Ooodfarm bnlldlnga, .tabliag for a a.m.
ner of hone., room for 10 kaatt n m..a
. There Is aim a nice and convenient frame
DRIVATU BOARDINO. aouee eonslallng of 1 1 room, and haarment.
i "-ui ine mam rrwoenr. aniai n.r mm-1 . . .
Two nlr renn, .ua a. rf. "am i If farm Included. Suoo ore annum, oe SBeHIS F0H ''R0TALnUIHACHINL .UTnBlTIT tnaiwari ea u.na. a... . . . .
board. H lah. central inpntlnn Mn. a u,TT. I rental of fraaa hona and fans SOOO w ..wn ..n. run miLLaatnUAtll
iTTi uoor nora tiaywoou,
J BPRHRHON DAVIS.
The UmnH.I h a., n. ivlui.a.
Jon.; II. I)., with the approval or Mr. Ilavla,
1. now ready, Aamta an eomlna mow
way wortny or the great auhject. Mr.
Uavl receive part of th proceed of th
ale of every copy. Ilon't delny llaya are
worth dollar. CompleU outflt, SI no. Sat-
uiacuoa guaranteed or money i
B. F. JOHNSON At CO.
anoo-a-4-s Main St., Richmond, Va.
TAYLOR. BOUIS & BROTIIERTON,
Whole..) and Retail Dealer, la
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, STOVES,
HEATERS, RANGES, TINWARE, c.
8ANITAKV I'LUMUINO, CAS AND 8TB AM P1TT1N0,
TIM AND 8LATB ROOFING,
AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC OAS LIGHTING AND CALL BELLS,
At 1SS Chestnut street.
Arrangement could probably b made
POR I'lTgCHASB If deaired. 7
lor further particular, apply to
NATT ATalaalit a. ana.
ts.y.ad'tr '"tU Artr""'
New Store Under Opera House.
No. 4J Patton Ave. . . Ashem-. m. p.
art dly ! Cbtwftny Olves oa all Work la our Llae.