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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN : MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 2, 1800.
SAYS IT IS POPINJAY
AND ONE HORSE.
POOR LITTLE ONE HORSE INFI
Au IiilcrvMlliiK Talk al Ihe Voung
Men1 ChrlMilaii Aaaoclallon
The lecture hull ol the Y. M. L. A. was
filled yesterday nfternooti with those
anxious to hear Kev. R. G. Pearson, th
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
H. D. CHILD, Business Manager.
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each (not exceeding ten lines) or filly cents I evuugclist. It had been announced that
i.- I.I .l. I,...,- .l
uc nuuiM iiiii.u .1 wi-jivi ti.ii.ii--, ,
Inrjje number of young men availed
themselves of the opportunity of hearing
him. Mr. l'carsnn spoke, us is his cus
tom on such occasions, not with his own
words, but with those of the scripture,
lie read us the lesson a portion of 1 John
v, and took for the text of the Iliblc read
ing verse 10 "He thnt believeth on the
sou of God hath the witness in himself;
he that believeth not God hath made him
a liar, because he believeth not the record
that God gave of His son."
"I want to call csiecinl attention to
the lust phrase there the record of
C.H. Lovctt represents Kuoxville ,, "". "iu me cuKer. ".-rom nine
the Swntiaanoa immemorial men have made nnd pre-
.. ., , . served records of war, peace, religion and
The blfin star coiuedv eomiianv til ,. . , , . ,.
....... politics. These have liecn of importance.
opera hall to-night. '. ... ... . ' ..
We need the records ol wur to uuide us
The Skyland cornet band will give a i Vulor; of religion to guide us in rcli
picnic tit Skyland Saturday June 7. .,ium mat u.rii nnd so with nU otlcr ree-
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Young have re onls. The mounds of the North Anicri-
turncd after a month's visit in Virginia, can Indians arc nothing but records; the
livery day at promptly sit o'clock the monument that was unveiled lit Rich
bell of the fire alarm svstem will lie tested, moud last week's a record of what Gen
MONDAY. I'MS 181)0.
THE DAILY CITIZEN
Is on sale at the following places In Asheville:
UATTBKY I'AKK NliWS STAND.
1) LBN KUCK NliWS STAMI.
AIOUBL, C10AK STOKIi, I'ntton Ave.
J. CAKSON'8 NliWS STOKIi, North Court
PERTINENT AND PERSONAL.
News About AlievllllaiiH and ol
Hlranirera Within Our (.atea.
M. K. rcrkiuson, of Louisville, is at tin
The five months old daughter of J. T.
Holcorabc died ut his home in liouble
day. Marriage license has been issued to J.
I'. Mclntirc, of Iliincombc, and Augii
Hall, of Haywood.
The Lynch benefit entertainment will
be held nt the Y. M. C. A. Kooms to-morrow
night ut S.30 o'clock.
C. M. Mcl.oud has sold to Kichmoml
I'cursou, eight lots on Spruce and liugli
streets L'Sx?-'. tor $10,0110,
The furniture ut the Van Gilder hoiist
was purchased at the sale on Saturday
by Mrs. Julia A. Sludcr for SHOO.
I'r, II. L. liaird, of this city is sick ul
Oxford, where he has been attending the
meeting of the medical association.
It might U- suggested to the proju-rau-thorities
that Court Sijuarc is not ipiiti
the place to lease for acrobatic exhibi
tions. Mr. A. li. l'riiison. ol Chattanooga,
who has sold $'.n 10,01 ill worth of real
FIFTY PER CENT. ADVANCE. ,
The ucceafUI Bale of Lota I.aat
C. D. Blantoji and C. T. Knwls sold
twenty lots between Haywood street
and Cliveden Saturday. The prices were
about SO er cent, in advance of the
price paid for the proierty three mouths
ago. They sold as follows:
No. 9, 30x100, Luke Lancnster...$ 3:10
" H, 25x80, J. L. Smathers 2110
" 1, 12()x40, W. E. Logan o5
" 2, 48x70, . G. Otiecn 220
" 3, 60x43, K. H. Ziiehnry 200
" 4, 00x40, house. I. II. Carter.. 740
" 5, 55x30, . H. Curter 185
GREAT BARGAIN WEEK AT:
IN FINE PLATED SPOONS AND FORKS
0, 47x80, K. H. Shark
7, 88x40, K. H.Znchnrv
10, 08x54, T. V. Startles
11, 40x05, I. II. Cole
12, 40x05, K. A. Sumner
13, 40x05, W. K. Logan
14, 55x50, 0. S. Teunent
15, 40x51, J. T. llostic
10, 40x52, j. M. Campbell
17. 40x53, J. M. Cnmphcll
18, 50x50, Geo. 11. Sturues
It), 40x50, Ceo. 11. Sturnes..
20, 50x71, 1". I. I'uttan 240
C. S. Cooper also sold nt the same I
7o Roger Itios. Extra I'lutod Tea Spoons, $1. 08 net of
" Forks, 2.15 & 2.30 " "
The priit'8 (quoted aro net :unh and for this week only,
and are the loweHt ever offered in Asheville.
Table Spoons, 2.20 "
Desert " 1.95 "
time lour business lots on Rois-rtsstreet. iog0,.H ,. Moiklan Triple riiitod Medium Knives, JU.55
They went us follows: !
i: aai?a:i.i.3te;::::::::::: 8tltof 8ix- Koger8 ol' McH(lun Trii,lu wtd Tea Knives,
lor! $1.43 net of nix.
Mr. C. I-:. Oruhuin sold two lots on
Roberts street, 50x200, to J. It. Cole for
Protect Your Homes,
A circular is being thrown around the
streets to-day nnd its contents relate to
the coming census. It siienks for itself
tnd is us follows:
Protect the privacy of your homes!
Arc we living subject ton despotism fount
anil similar to tnnt 01 Kussin .' or are we
free and indeK-ndeutciti:nsof the United
About GO sets Triple IMated, Hollow Handlo and Ivory
Handle Knives, slightly nn'HH-niatehed, at from $1.75 to
$:i.50 per set, or leHH than half their value.
13 8ets Hard Rubber Handle Carvers and Stwl at $2.85
per set, 3 pieces.
A large lot of ehoitp knives and forks at 50c., 05c
$1.00 per set, worth double.
All the above are worranhtl in every i-eHjieet.
A large line of Bonn Faience Bowls, Dishes, Plates, etc.,
ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1890.
TERMS STRICTLY CASH WITH ORDER
In quantities not less than one ton at factory
In quantities uot leas than one half ton at factory
aoo pounds, 60 tickets, 10 pounds each
f.ni ua mo
750 " IS " 60 ' "
lOOO " 10 " 100 " "
No ice will be delivered without cash or tickets. Tickets now on salt at the office of the
Asheville Ice & Coal Company.
Telephone No. 36 and 40. No. 30 Patton Avenue,
JEIXICO COAL AT RETAIL.
For (irate, - fs.oo.D For Stove, . . . 4.30,
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
For sale at Wholesale and Retail by
ASHEVILLE ICE AND COAL COMPANY,
M.a. . - -
a cicpoonc 30 ana 40.
Kxcluilv Agents (Domestic and Steam) for Western North Carolina.
LBWI8 MADDUX, Pres.
Dissctoss: Iwli Maddux, M.
a. u. Kecd, Uco. a.
L. P. MCLOU0, Vice-Prc. 1. B. RANKIN, Cashi.
' por MeK-S. J- 8
. CAROLINA BANK,
-Orcanlsed May 1st. 1H8S.
CAPITAL. $50,000. SURPLUS, $15,000
State, Count jr and City Depoaltory.
Doe. a General Bankln, Business. Deporito received. Bachanre bou.ht and sold. Col
kctioos made o. all arecMible points. The Having Feature will receive special attention.
On all .urn. la thi. department, deposited for four months or lonmr. lnt.. .
of per cent, per annum will be paid.
Special attention riven to loans on real estate, which will be placed Jforllona time on fiat
Open from 9 a.
. to 8 p. m. On Saturday, the Savin Department will be open till A p r,
l.cv and the Soath have done; Cleopn-
t trn' npirll. iti tw Vorlf is n rii'.inl fil'
......... . ... . Mutes ol America." 1 Ins is a question
what S1IC ilid. So it is with all men. that cornea home to everv apll-mii i,.
Tlic iiave rccorils. Now it' these nre ol citizen ol' Asheville, in view of the fuel I lit lowest figures,
n inii.-h iiniiorl.iiin. nnlotii' mi-ii wli.it tt III n (HIV Or tWll, a StHinL'Cr tO VOUf
mustOoJ srecor.il? family under iiy and by onlcr of theim- A fine assortment Of Dinner Set S from $0.80 U!
, i n- umiii miii iiBuitiiiiz nutittiriLivs ui i
"The Iliblc is IumI s record of His son Washington, will present himself at your Sets fl'OIll $4 4,() UP
writtcii ly the spirit ot the aliniylitv liouse and nsk ipicstious that would ' T
He has said that nil heaven and c,,,u,,e "ny mo.icst woman to iiiiish with
remain. 1 Here arc many tilings in this iwyn put to uncalled lor insult nnd hu
rccord (icrtainiiiK to this world and the milintion.
tiuziiis: ninnn up lor your rutins,
protect vour home nnd family from in
sult. Kctusc to answer questions tuat
concern only yourself and family. Ilo not
UNB OP THB
Tea FAMILY HOTELS
In the South.
world to come, but the greatest
Christ. He is the keystone, the founda
Lion stone in Cod's word. So the whole
Iliblc may In- said to lit- a record.
Mr. Pearson then answered three ques
tions conccruinii the giving of this record
The questions were:
1 1 1 "Why have wc n Iliblc?'
I '1 1 "To whom is it given ?"
i:il"Wbat is the duty of those who ham Olobe.
have it ?"
A new lull line of Japanese I ans. just eome, are marked
down. Also the most lieautiful line of Silk Hundkerehiefs
and Shawls ever in Asheville.
Mystoek of white nnd deeornted Limoges, China and
Service and table First I
WALK FROM TUB
Pass the door every lo
lie frightened by threats: the iieoiile will elloil'H Art PottOI'V 1111(1 (ililMH IM nun rf flu fliiiuf in
. i , " l - -v " - " . v ' . . , t . U , 1 . L 1 1 . I
...1(111 ifr (luu. I
An Asiikvii.lk Citizkx. South.
A Valuable New Ilem.
A (ilobc man has henrd of a marriage
nut is not allowed to say wno the inr-
.Mayi you can gucss.-ln.r- .,.,, nrtl,v ,,f nftoiitinn
I have secured at illlIM)rters, price about ten fine new
iluttsno Proofs, and prorly HigiHJ. Thes.-
In all cases the questions were forcibly
I answered b verses of st-rinture. Iltirifu
estate in the last thirty days is crying oli ...,..rM. ,.... on Vllri.
Ltic 1 carsou lots.
MarKaln Week al Law's.
The prices for this week will nstonisli I
. Mr. I'earson made i . .r..i. . 1
Ut .11. , , I . . . I "".'uimiiMHuiwuKii fcu nnic u .urge I
.1.. Henry, the deputy who took I relerenec to the "Lyceum Literary Club." I "lot" fine knives, forks, aooons and rut.
Ilrucc to Kaleigh, has returned, lie say of this city, in no complimentary terms, 'ery tit a great bn-gain, the only fault
tin-prisoner was very much depressed IK-said, "here is a little nopininv, onc- lcrc is not n lurgcqunmity oi any
horc , ll. in .l,i. . I... .1 1 -, U '" KCl I. OOR-ll
- " " or set alike. iu- sure to enll tins week at
Iisciihscs the religion ol the luture. Toor 37, o'J and 111 South Main street.
little one-horse intidcl conceit. The mem. Ic; fm
Ikts ask why the preachers of the town 01 ....j nfter Mnv ,., k, win . ,,.:
did not come around to hear the discus- ered only for cash or tickets. Tickets
Special bargains in all departments this week.
J. II. LAW,
.y.t ami ti s. iuun stn"et. Asheville, N. C.
during the whole trip.
The mother of 0. A. Meant, of this city,
died at her home in Leicester yesterday.
She was bO years old. The funeral oc
curs this afternoon at Leicester.
Workmen repairing the wires caused n
false alarm of tire to be sounded this
morning. The lire companies went to
the old ilcput, but found no need of their
John Jones was fined $.1 by the mayoi
this morning for being drunk and disor
derly. Arthur Davidson was lined for
carrying a pisitol. Ilritt l'owell was
lined $15 for being drunk.
A small blnze was discovered in the nt
sinus, and 1 thank Cod that no preacher ma.v obtained nt our office. So. :i
in this towu would dignilv such a meet- l'"tton avenue, and will I strictly cash.
..... Asiiiiyn.i.K Icb and Coal Co.
tng with Ins presence.
A VALUABLE ESTATE OFFERED.
tng with Ins pre
"(od's law is not played out. I'll tell
you why men want to get rid of it. It
A Nw Road lo HIIhh.
If you arc wise and wish to become
healthy nnd wealthy also, you will use
l. ...... .!.-. i .. i. i-i an..,,.,,. iii nviuuiT iiimt, vim win uw in nunromue luuniy, i will o
show s them up too plainly. Thev want Kollcr King or Klcctric Light flour- lie- P",,,lc "cr. thf 20th ..
to 'ive in sin cause the Asheville Milling Company's vU,M,WA",.ml"r1, akd'ht5ri
Tbe Klllu Htar Conipanv.
I'attic is the oKiiing piece of the LI fin
Star comedy company nt oiera hull to
night. They will lie here the entire week.
tic of Mrs. Sondley's house, comer ol Tllc company is one of the ln-st chea
I'liiit and Cherrv streets last night at in l,rKed companies on the rond; and of
o'cloik. It was put out without much them the Morristown Gazette says:
damage. The lire alarm refused to work. T'lc ':,fin St"r comedy compnnyoened
Mr. it r. ll..- ir. fi p 1.....1 I tncir vvcck s engagement a t the micra
...... , ....v.... ...... . IIUUM. in uu. city last nignt witn the
iinu L. Hunt have sold to I. A. I'ortcr celebrated comedv, "fnttie." the rendi
ond R. 1'. Walker, five acres on Vallev f '"" "' '! was faultless, every pnrtic-
tlour is not only tlieln-st but thecht-ain-st.
New Ad vcrtlHviiiciilH To-Day.
Ncitick W. II. Ilravcr.
I'os Hai.k tiro. F, Htntt.
At Ai ctiiih J B. Hnnkin.
I. A Mi Kai.r T. 8. Morri.oii
I H K AT IIAHI1AIN W KKK l.llw's.
Htkniiiikai'IIV, c.-MIm II. Armni'lil.
street, including "Hell's Half Acre," for
$0,730. The unsightly buildings will Ik
Kev. J. Rockwell .Smith, of rernam
buco, llrazil, is endiiig sonic time nt A.
T. Summcy's with his family. They find
the climnli-of Asheville a pleasant change
from the erK-tunI summer of their
William I'enland and Jo Met)!, two pris
oners in the city jail i-sciiK.-d last night.
They climbed through a hole in the root
and let themselves down on a building
adjoining by menu of blankets. They
were charged with drunkenness.
N. W. Fain nnd Jns. M. Hrown left to
day on the noon train for Huntington,
L. I., to sujicrintend the building ol from
three to five miles of electric railway
under the iminngcmcnt of Mr. 15. I).
Iinvidson who built the Asheville line.
They will I gone four months.
Home Ulic I'orkcrn.
ipant acting well the part assigned. At
some points in the nlav the eves of u
great many were lillid with tears and
the next moment the audience was con
VUIHCO W til UIULMIU.r. AlflttV U'llfl ui...
in attendance claim it is tiie'liest from.' I IM'lv t"
that has visited the citv. Juncaiw
Cou.Hv CotiimlHHlo.icra Klecled.
The annual meeting of the magistrates
of Iluncombc county is iK-ing held to-day
in the court house. This morning it was I
Ilouiw on I'rcnch firnud avenue. 10 room.
wntrr and newer connection; alno large ci
tern; fine loeation and view. Termi easy.
OKO. P. HCOTT,
North Court 9uurr.
Purnuant to a deeree of th Rtm-rlm Court
of Humombe County, I will oner for aalc at
the late Caut.
died, aeiied and ikm-
eontnlnlnir alMiut twrlv hunHmt
mvrm. The aale U made for partition among
inv unre in miu Aieianuer.
The lanils are sltuatMl on h. Prrnt. fi.nBH
nvcr navinir a nvrr iruot or a mil. and
I half ten miles north nf Aahtvill.. Imm.
Iwmmj vu inr nnum nun. laruiins Hall
way, a station ruultiord with naunnr.
IfraiRbl, espreaa, trlmruph aod po.tomera be
ing on the premise.. Hcveral dally pamcauer
train, connect with Asheville which Is
ircsenca witnin no minute.. At this point
the river Is passed on a .ah.lantinl iron
Innaiie, irom wnitn well estauu.hrd roadi
divenre Into the urruumllnic conatry, mk
i v in. in i inc important ousinc.'
i nnicr m inr rouniy.caeepl Asheville.
n.iamiiiira more man a hair eratury a.o
m-iuura in inr lirillirrtv. it. ! Immnlli
on the bank or the river, very near the ra
BALLARD, RICH & BOYCE,
Por term, address
H. J. GREENWELL, Proprietor.
Only 8 Wile Iron Aahcvllle on the A. & 8. Railroad and
The greatest number and variety of mineral springs to be found In the Ronth.
48 Springs on Less Than 40 Acres.
".".'".fjJ';?"- snlphor eiwom, alum, and maimesia. 8everal very Ane combination..
n.n.1. .JTZIXS; . ri iT- "T L'on,.Vvcr 'UT """ trouble, chronic dysentery, ehronledys
rrt fnanH t?l .",!"! V'i ;,"L"l,,?n" """ ileveloiKd I. the Krr.tcst tonlcwater
It mlmi.i nriT" r hu"'' m!nrt eottOKe. near the 8.HnKs. Lot. are .old.
at nominal prices to advertise the place and the mineral water. Board can be had at
ao to $30 Per Month, or Si Per Day.
!-J!Sr!m'iIC"iVlnt-1"' rtc"i" 'w J""1 " wrttlnu to the owner; or better yet. any...,
somber w,tcf- Ure.t ImprovemniU will be made nr
Trains leave Asheville at .0ll a. m. and return at 7 p. m. fare 20 cent..
Por further Information write to
OTIS A. MILLER,
Skyland P. O., N. C.
is Included in the prmicrty. It Is Inirn
way station, and has aliont forty rooms for
I aural. There are alMi aa escellent store
ioum, a new ana eomraodloa. barn, stables.
cnu., tuuaccu u.rua, etc., etc., on the prrm
Will be sold three lots asti feet by 1 NO at I
ordered that three iron bridges lie Mljt J""etlon of Church street with Mouth Main la peculiarly adnpted to the production of
in the county as follows: Across French nd fronllnif on both streets, on Wrdnrs- est tobacco ever srowa in the "brijtht to-'
Broad river at Lomr Simula, nt n lu,i..i .i. i a .... ...... . . baeeo belt -or We.t.ni North Carolina was
" ..j.,in.,.,,iunnii.m, raiKo on tni. pianlauoa. Then am now
to be decided on between Asheville and
Alexanders nnd across C'anc creek nt
The following bonrd of county com
inissioncrs for the next two years was
elected: J. E. Rankin, J. N. Morgan,
Levi riemmons, K. C. Clayton nnd J. F,
One third cash, bnlnnee in one and two I clover. Up to the draih, last fall, if the pro-
vrnr. ittllh M .-.r... !..... ..I IV I " " "I"""
r - - " - . 'inuuii . ui I ..w. I M I IU
3 per cent, on deferred pnymrnts for cash.
I. B. RANKIN.
A NT HI).
A first elnss womnn cook at on.: rrlprvni
The iKinrd and the magistrates met in " ""r.a....n'"' "l lnl" ,,m-
joint session ims uiiimooii. i lie resig
nation of J. W. Starncs, County Stijieriii- N
t, t u rr...i: ; ... I
. . ' "" ""T i tcmUnt of ,,u,,lic Inxtrt.ct.on was rend
the city to-day and reports that he has nd accepted and n resolution of thanks
six pigs two months old that tip the lor ms elticient services, was udopted.
U-nm at seventy pounds amcce. Tne following names were placed in nom-
I ination as Ins successor: Kev. (. II, Hell,
smprsi r.Tcni, . i iicnry, ll. t,. King, L.IU. Way and
li. t. mimmii mi. iui iiivriy tllc lirst I 't lit urowii.
lieutenant of George M. I'ullmnn in the
erection of the city of l'ullimin, beside thc
Inke. lie lias ambition anil ability to
A Mew Oil KeKlon,
U-ss than fifty years ago there were
The advertisement olTerinir .'Jflil mw.nl
for Maltie Jnrk.on, inaui d on luth ol Feb
ruary, 1H1H), Is hereby withdrawn.
w. ii. ukavhk,
Chief rinlon lleteetlv. Ain..w.
JgTHNOC.KAI'HV AND TVI'8 WKITINO.
ssnns aiven durinir th anmmee. A....I
JUII. I U
Ml MB B. A KM PIKI.il,
lunellillw A. P. Collcae,
THE 'WATER POWER
Is abundant and has always ben regarded
There are between thre and four hnn,1rH
acres of escellent timber, mn.l.lln ihi,A. nt
The climate and maanlflc-nt aernery of this
rraion are.ireaay l.tnus.throusnout the Un
ion i m. piaee aa. lona been one or the most
IHipulnr reaorta la the reaioo. The tract has
nn it several moat beautiful building sites,
anonllnii eitenslv. views of near ann di.tant
niuuniain ranars, ana CM tacDcautllul Preach
The tract has been cleared Into several
parrris, cniainina from tnree to one hua
dred acres, so arranged to suit the conveo
ient-e ol nun-haacrs.
TIIKMH Tea per rent, ot the purchase
money will b. requited at the .alt, aad the
remainder in four equal Instalments, payable
i I. anu iu.t year, irom nate
wi.n mtcreai iron uu as ea:ni per centum
" nnumuti rvtainca anui ail the pi
ennat money la paid. I'oasessio. wilf be
Klvrn on confirm. Hon of aale, eicent the
store house and buildings naed therewith, as
... -r .... h piibhihii win not o. siren until
i i ...... a ..r i-:i...n .i. I ,i: i i. .. , . t. ..
Hunts iiiv n .umi -i,n i, mi tne i 'iiiMniiwi tin uiinuiiRvicu nvcra Ol oil, l VJITANTKU
Tennessee river, an industrial dcvclon-1 that the rocks miirht lie made to txmr
nuut eiunl to I'ullinail or any other lo-1 forth more thnn the gold mines nl tali-1 . Tw? reliable men, who understand I.onn I March t ,iHit, th. eil.tinaj leas, not espir-
CBS:L.,I Co,.I,,g SvKalln
II 17. wtl a n rinnnnii.t Mrlf.t.ttr.t Msi.ifr I SatirJt limriMM if liaabiL... I urlvino ltr ! r.fm.,. ' ' tlHP til 1st l tka
a at iu tn iim.i "i iK'iiiii I V I'll lis,- I nil ri Hi at VI utniuilllBn 11111 CUH Vrill I m m
iw.M who la l.-i,Is..,f ,f tl,n VI.'. II .hM ...vr.M.r .... - i-.l. I I 8 P. GASCOtftNI..
"""i " "w " .s.D.i... w. niiiiuiui i v or. i.n Mf uiiuijr n iruiic in I mavflOrllw
nlci of loti until the hnniiccii were ohno-1 Ixfcimc the moBt important in icvcrnl I MONTH.
m I' "a-.;! SI. Z..i 'l"-Vj!1nin HI rent a new T room house with modem
one to lie reported to the court.
ruriurtner .niormattoa apply
to the un
lutcly assured necessary for the accom
plishment ol great purposes.
June 10th nnd 1 1th there is to I
liminary sale of lots for the lienrfit ol I other towns were built throuihn
tnose persons wno oesire to ue witn tins on regions 01 rennsyivnnin, Uhto and I ?on balb.
town trnm lta incention. It la the unlv I Vlroimti. nnn everv rlnv immniwbiWiiiu. I
ilerRiuned on tha nremuw. or mi hi. nmM i
na.lVTHIC, II, V,
. T. . MORRIHON,
May HI, lnoo. Cummlwloner,
f great purooses. But on Ohio, affording employment'and supiiort Improvientl, or will bj ld cheap on
id 1 1th there is to be a pre- to tens ot thousands of people. Soon terms. a wbiihh,
: of lots for the lienefit of other towns were built throughout the "ayHTdlw VanOllder House.
town irom its inception. 11 is tne only Virginia, ana every nay immensclortunes - , tun, bu.eaus, wMh.tasd. T chair. T.te etc
locality wnere the Tennessee nvcr touches were made. History irromiscs to repeat r. r,I!,S?-!!'ir"'y c.ow' "rrnted to give one mule, one waaoaand other farmina Ini
the Cumberlnnd Mountain coul fields, itself in the vicinity of the young city of 'm"'' a? kit ,'li,o'nL"iT.h tm """" premie
i- :.!.... f , .:i... .li i: u;.. il -rui i.. 1 ...In.i.r ..FX?' ....,-,JBL. TBKM-iu months credit, with Inure.
On the following; day, to. wit. Novemlier
mm,, win eii ai puottc saw tne rurnl.
ture beretnfiir uard In fh hnlvl I II...-
d r, eonil.tiag of th bedstead, and rural.
Iron is but a lew miles distant, and lime-1 Kiverton, Aln. The rocks near are sntu.
stone beneath the feet, and coal upon the I rated with oil and the Develoiiment Co.
nns signea a contract to Dore lor It. In
dications are more than encouraging,
banks of the river.
Closlno; out Sale.
Onr full line of General
Merctaandlae, Dry Uooda,
Shoe, Urocerle. etc., all of
fered at Coat and Below Coat.
Bargains for All.
A. H. Jonea Son .
47 S. Main St.
IS Chestnut street.
and the highest hoies are entertained for
tne greatest results.
The other ad vantages of Rivet-ton, Ala.,
have made it one of the most desirable
places for investment, but with such a
prospect ol oil, it is rendered unsurpassed.
For further information write to the
Riverton Land Co., Sheffield, Ala.
A verv desirable hnuar fMrnl.hefl a. mhAi.
nlsned, No. TH Kallry street, eleven rooms,
kitchen, .table, garden, etc. Address
mayaodl w SO Chestnut street.
nwilt. with lntM.
at nam per cent, irom daw, with approved
security. T. . MOKKIHON,
ni. imw. Adoi'r A. M. Aleiander.
Orrici Asnsvitxa St. R'v Co.
Mr.y 87. 1HI0.
i a stonnoinrrr meeting will be held at this
Two nice front rooma with nr.. d... for th. ,r.Z..Z.Zi 'P-Ti" !
board, lllall. Central location Nn. B Wll I he mM.I,rf l li - . . .Tr
street, second door fiom Haywood. rectors. B. M. JONHSl
"J" I aecretary and Treasurer.
Stoves and Tinwre.
PLUMBING, GAI MB I TEAM FITTING, KATE
AND TIN ROOFING.
PAINTS and OILS.
HOTEL I ARMOND-HOTEL BONNYGREST
SKYLAND MINERAL, SPRINGS, IS. C.
Hlg-tit Mllea South of Aahcvllle, on the A. A S. Railroad.
New hotels, new eottaaes. new furniture, beautiful araaa. neat tennis and croourt law...
I good livery.
48 MINERAL SPRINGS.
White Sulphur, Alum, Magnesia. Iron and Kpaom. Thoae aeeklna health ami ,.ir..,, ....
select society will not fall to vl.lt this pteasunt resort and drink of its healing waters.
I Term, reasonable.
Aahcwllle, N. C.
Near Paaecngcr Depot.
THE PASTEUR FILTER, P, A, DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Manufacturers aod Dealer, in all kind. l .. I
IN ALL 8IZIW FOR FAUILV
AND IIUTBL, VaH.
Uaarauleeal lo b Germ Proof.
ALL SIZB. KBPT IN STUCK.
(lold. Silver, Ivory, Oak, Ollt and Combi
nation Moulding.. Also Room Moulding.
rictare. Matted, Mounted and Framed at
lowest prices and work guaranteed. Knarav-
inaa. Pain tings and Local Views always on
aa s. Main St., Asbellle.
MaaBfactanrs and Dealer, in all klnda ol Drened
Door, Saah, Bllnda, mouldlns-a, SUlrwork, Irluutela, Bank
and Bar Fixture, and all klnda of Bulldlna- Blatrw.i.
Hard Wood Lumber Work
-! Telephone Mo. a.
Dealers In Wall Paper, Window Shades and Patent Hanger,
Palate, Oil. and Varnishes, Maaury's Mised Paints and Colors. Window Class, both
French and American
We keep In stock nt. Louts and Kentucky Lead.
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
ny Haywood Street.
All WATKR THOROUGHLY FILTERED on the Prcnilac.
P. A CVMHINOS,
AtlortscyH-Lrfiw a, Notary lMbllc,
NO. 12 LBOAL BLOCK.
20 lota la PSnnn's fnu MaA ui.ij. il.
p.i'. ZtfT ,aM " asadlsoa county, near
OIK) acre, land thrae miIIm nek n u i
""J1"' A- . . rana through tb.
- mu ucwi aaar oy.
Twenty-live year, of practical experience, combined with fbbsonal attention to all dc.
tall, of the business and perfect arrangements for clsanlinrs. and marry of aU good.
manufactured, enable the proprietor to present to his numerous patrons a superior ctaas of
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphons.
Olnger Al. aad all th. various flavor, of SODA WATBR ready for shipment aad delivered
free In City limits. Out of town ordcrsfrust have assroxsisLg reference.
C. H. CAMPBELL.
Store hoo-e, No. 19 Pattoa avenue.
sesaloa given Jan. 1, IB90
TAYLOR. BOUIS & BROTHERTON.
- "'holcsale and Retail Dealers la '
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, STOVES,
HEATERS, RANGES. TINWARE, c.
We th. andenlgmd bulehers of Asheville I SANITARY I'LUMIIIVP. T.A9 AVI". OT 17 A XM tHTT-TkTS.
rheu, on and after the Ami '
Will rlneaa ntIP (nata-tiaai iui mmtA aaaVu. aa. a. .
day ofjuae, ININI, every day eieept Satur
riays (torn 1 to .8 p. m. till 1st of Men.
p. c. MciNTiag a Bao
J. It Ranna Co.,
BAaaa a. R.ansoRD.
u. " rut.,
TOR RBNT. .
TWO new houses la Wai Rait
" 11" J lo w. m. WIST.
mayaadlw 182 BUI (treat
TIM AND SLATB ROOFING,
AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC OAS LIGHTING AND CALL BULW.
AGENT! FOR "ROYAL" GAS MACHIN& AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER WORK FOR MILLS A SPECIALTY
New Store-Under Opera House,
No. 4C Patton ATe., . . AaheTllte. N. C
mat dly Bt,"tM Cheerfully Olvea oa all Work la our Lis.