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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: "WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 4, 1890
SECOND DAY OF THE PEAR
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
H. D. CHILD, Buiineu Manager.
Th Daiut Citiibm will b. published every
afternoon (eicept Sunday) at the fallowing
rate atrtctlr cMah:
One Year 2 S2
81 Month. ?-2x
One Month CO
Oar carrier will deliver the paper mn
rUMiSer?K BETTER CROWD BETTER
AnvRHTiUNO KATBrV-KfMonahle, and made I tVcnYTnliNu BET I fcK
knows on annlication at this office. All
transient advcrtincmcou mutt be paid la aa
The Citiikn ! the moit extensively circu
lated and widely read pc wt paper In We-tern c.rand HucceHH Im the Auction of
norm varolii., i
Its discuMttun of public men and measure-I L,otM At Blue Rulu Price
in trie intercMt ui uutmc miefntT, nonwi i
Kuvernracnti and proHperout industry, and it I unci lurchrtMr(.
Liu iMuea. A crowd larger than at either of the
4?ccit?,?h"!rt,.o.b ivi0ll. Mks attended a
Reading notice, ten nts per line. Obltu- tion yesterday afternoon. Uiiltling was
each (nut exceeding ten lines) or arty cent I nuitc ns spirited and the scene was an
WEDNESDAY, l'XE 4. 1H90.
TUB UA1LV VITIZKN
la on sale at the following places In Asheville:
BATTKKY I'AKK NI5W9 STAND.
C.L.HN RuCK SliWH STAND.
MOIIKL L'IGAH KTOKK. l'atton Ave.
J. CARSON'S Nli We) STUKU, North Court
PERTINENT AND PERSONAL
News) About AHhevllllaua and ol
Mtraiigera within Our Uutea.
J. C. Hester of RakiK'i is liere.
The nifln Stars at opera hall to-nijjlit.
L. Iean, ui Wcsiticlil, Mass., is at tin
I.. N. Cox is here to lite his lionil fur tin
electric lij;ht contract.
The brick on the cast side of North
Main street are bcinj; tarred to-day.
Dr. A. S. Grnliam has returned to tin
city uficr au absence of several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. K. B. (ohnston and Win.
Johnston, jr., left to-day for West l'oint.
1 he hrst contest for the cold medal ol
the Asheville Gnu Club will take place
to-day at 4 o'clock at the club ground.
the old fair ground.
.Mr. ) enrsou will have odd men at
work on his new streets from five to
seven this mut nine, lie will pav them
two cents each icr minute.
J. 1). Hardin of Columbia will bcuin
work with a lare force on the French
liroad Valley railroad to-morrow, be
tween Hrevnrd and this place.
i roi. . Kueriuger lias composed a
grand waltz which he has inscrilied to
Mrs. W. II. IVuLifid. It is printed by C.
I-alk, No. 3o North Main street.
T. C. Suirncs and Dr. T. J. Ilargnn
have purchased seven acres of laud on
Academy street, eastol tliccctnctcry from
Dr. U. T. Millard. The price was $10,-
0(KI. The projicrty will be subdivided.
J. I". lilair, depot agent, has advertised
three cases of pacr, consigned to T. C.
Stokes, and a ear load of lumber, con
signed to Dcnieiis & Taylor, to be sold
Monday June 10, unless removed belore
The Salem Female Slate College bus
bad 311 students during the past year
anil every southern State was reprcscti
exciting one. The prices, purchasers and
lots are as follows:
No 20, 3.-1x173, 15. II. Vright...$l,L"J3.00
" 23,35x14, E. II. Wright... 1.085.00
" 24, 40x141, J. T. Hostic 1,320.00
" 23, 43x131, K. rcarsoil 1,440.00
" 22, 43x130, T. A. Jones 1,125.00
" 21,43x100, LoekeCraig 1,035.00
" IS, 50x0S, F. A. Sondlcv 1,050.00
" 10, 73x93, T. A. Jones 1,050.00
" 20, 73x37. T. A. Jones 000.00
" 10, 110x90, (adjoining elec
tric light statiou)T A. Jones 1,200.00
" 9, 45x107, T. A.Jones 472.50
" 8, 45x100, J. M. Kay 382.50
" 7, 45x100, J. M. Kay 382.50
" 0, 43x103, G. L. McDonald 405.00
" 3, 43x90, G. L. McDonald.. 450.00
" , 40x99, G. L. McDonald., 440.00
" 3, 40x100, G. L. McDonald 440.00
" 2, 40x100, W. A. lames 420.00
' 1, 40x100, 11. S. McDuffy... 422.10
Mr. l'enrson sold this morning at auc
tion two lots on College street.
They sold as follows:
No. 1, 30x107, Geo. II. Startles.. .$4,500
2, 30x107, J. M. Ingle 3,930
Mr. l'enrson had two other lots on the
same street, but refused to sell them lie-
cause of the low prices the lots were
AT THE UNIVERSITY.
What MtutientH mid VI'Morw are
UotuK at Chanel Hill.
The exercises ol commencement wee
liegnn on Sunday, when Kev. Koliert
Strange, of Wilmington, preathed the
baccalaureate sermon. Mr. Strai.ge is
young man, but his sermon was better
adapted to his audience of young men
liccausc of his perfect sympathy with
them. His text was: "llut seek ye first
his kingdom, and his righteousness; and
all these things shall be added untoyou,
The call to dutv was made with impre
sive earnestness, mid the whole effect
the sermon was admirable.
Monday is a sort ol "off da,
Chapel Hill. The crowd docs not nrriv
Iwforc Tuesday night or Wednesday
though some visitors old students usu'
ully go early.
Wednesday will be full of interest.
is Alumni duv, and addresses will be
made bv K. II. Hattlc, Esq. and by Col,
ted and several northern and western Hurgwyn. In the afternoon the Alumni
ANOTHER BIG SALE!
ON THURSDAY, JUNE 5, AT
11 O'CLOCK A. M.
States. There arc thirty-seven graduates
at the annual commencement.
There will be n meeting of South Cnri).
linians at the First National Hank to.
morrow at 0 p. ni. to consider the sug
gestion of celebrating bv a bnniiuct, the
natal day ol' South Carolina mid nnni
vcrsary of the battle of Fort Moultrie,
A committee lias been npHinlcd by
the CnrK'Uter's t'nion to meet the con
tractor's committee, on the nine hour
(uestion. It is authorized to meet the
contractors halfway on the compromise,
and have the nine hour system go into
effect in two months instead of four.
The entertainment at the Y. M. C. A.
dinner, or rather a toast after dinne
will lurnish vent for the pent up elo
ittence of many of the I'niversity's illus
trious sons. It is thought that the much
needed chair of history will surely be
1 he scukiiig by the society rcprcsen
tntives will be siecialty good this year.
The same is true ol the exercises of the
seniors on commencement day Thurs
day, It is nn excellent class. The I'ni
versity is turning out some fine young
A large crowd is cxiectcd this week
The village hotels are not quite so large
as the Ilattcry Park nndtheSwnnnnnon,
but they arc comfortable what there
of them. One has been considerably en
for the licucfitoi Mr. Lynch, the wounded lurged. There is talk of a $50,000 hotel
Confederate soldier, was given Inst night. xing erected shortly.
1 he progrnm, as rendered by Misses Ma- Chapel Hill people are hospitable, and
ry Buxton and Addic Davidson and the all who go there to commencements re
Misses Utirnicistcr and Messrs. II. Doub- ceive a hearty welcome.
leduy, F, C. lute, . S. Cushman and Kcduecd rates may be had on all the
A. II. Cobb and the male quartette, was! railroads of the State.
enjoyed by the audience.
NO TROUBLE YET.
THEY HAVE TAKEN IT UP.
A Talk With n Census ICnutnc-ra-
Notwithstanding the suggestions that I
trouble would ciimic, the ccnsuscniimcrn-
tors have not met with any obstacles!
here as yet. Mr. G. S. Slansill, who is I
the enumerator for the eastern district ol I
Pearnou'M Attack on Ihe I.y
ceuni lo toe DlneuNMed.
Ileforc the oieniiig of the discussion at
the Lyceum last night, there was consul
lerable discussion of Kev. Mr. I'enrson'i
attack on the society. Several topics for
future meetings were suggested, most ol
I them linviiiL. reference? (fi Mr. 1'fiiraji.i'i
nn.,, re,.- .,.. K attack, an.l the one adopted was."Whut
progressed smootiny wiinm ms nounu- ,.M ,,,, .ir:t llf fr ; ,,, f, ,
ury, and he nppreliends no opposition. I w, ,
Yesterday afternoon he said: Tp to Tlli. ,..,; .; ,. ,, ,,, ...
. I. !..!...-! I I I ,1 ...
tills tllliv l lllivc aecuieu iwu nuillircil I fr(n l.1H nit.lit
t i i . ..i l
names ami nave imo no reiiiuns to an- u. i, Ix-mena. lm w... .rl,.im,
.wer the questions. One lady, at whose ,IM;nUer on tlie ....hour question, then
house I called, nt first told me that she aMnlKli the Lvct.um. e
Kuniiiiiu.Lniii.iii lumuKiuiimiK, uc- II, , - t,rnr. i f nr . i
cause oiwnut sue i.aomi.1 in tnepaiers.workil. ..., . d . mw
t . !..!. 1 I ..!!. 11... r I " "
l wem rim iiiieiui wiui 111 nni ui quca-1 illrce rcasillH Thrv were-
lions, ami nuer 1.11c niiswcreo inem, 1 uu AIorc ,)r(lin work j, n,)W mllim,
"" " 1 """H "jnon- f m. . .. than there mud to nn
able in them. She replied 'no.' 1 1,, ,,.-. t, .,.,i .,...
... . ,, 1, ... I...!-' , 1 '
ir. u. 11. niorria, who is in cnarge 01 .,, Th, nmnllnt f ii,- .nvi
Supervisor Hurdwicke'snir.ce,saythehas c,lincry thnt , lnvcntcd ,CMenl
had no complmnti made to him by the .... work to ,,,,. ,.v ,,,, ,, ,,,.
cnuroerntoni, nnu Ktysn.-p.rt. 01 tnc men out of employment.
progress o. me worK win oegin coming 3r(J, Tne wil(h of th. workl,lcn to h.lv.
more tune for self education.
Mr. Iieineni was followed bv Mr. Win
Wnrd. Dr. T. J. llarunn, Mr. Curtis, W.
T. C. Westall and V. S. Lusk.
In very soon.
UI Coarse II ocn.
W. Y. Davis, one of the commissioners
of the Assembly writes back to Mr. T. S.
Morrison, who entertained him, as follows:
"Your city certainly did the handsome
thing 111 ner ciilcrtninmcut 01 tne Asseui
National Rank at Hickory,
The Citizens National bank of Hickory
will be organized soon with u capital of
$50,000 with the privilege of increasing
blv. and the imtnv hospitnble homes 't t' $100,1100. 1. C. WaiKlell, V, F.
thrown oien for the reception of guests, McMee, W. W. Rnrourd, and Frank
bespeak the spirit ol ner citizens. I.oiighrnn are interested in it and the
Auolher Auction. Hickory stork lenders will be J. 0,
The renniuian prupcrty on South I Hall, president of the Piedmont Wagon
Main street and the Cosmopolitan club company, William lillis, 0. M. Kovster
will be sold at auction to-morrow nt 11 1 and A. A. Shuford.
o'clorlt. ' . I t t on v . 11:11
t. , .... .. 1 .... IXWIMMBW,,, .7. ( vim .1,11. V.H'
UutcWuea,,moltlieiiest land ill the harus county, has been stricken with
city, ' I paralysis.
It it reoorUd that two new hotel are The franchise has been sranted for the
to b buut between the Penuiinaa prop, electric rond to lliltmore and it will be
arty and Biltmort). These will add an built at once. Th Fenniman property
enormous value to all property in the offered lor sale to-morrow I ten on the
' outh tide of tbt town. road to Biltmore and to the depot.
Who Ever I.oat a Dollar on Ashe.
vllle Real Kalaler
The Penniman property and the Cos-
mopolitan club, on South Main street,
the main commercial artery of the me
tropolis of Western North Carolina,
also several valuable lots on the new
South Market street. No Illue Ruin, no
Hell' Half Acre; no tearing down to
build up. Unprecedented terms 2, 3 and
4 years, $25 earnest money, 23 per cent.
cash on dny of sale, balance in two, three
and four years, at 7 percent, interest.
Ik-fore your first payment tieenmes due,
your property will huve trebled in value,
and quadrupled before the remaining
two payments fall due.
The Asheville ClTUKNof June 3rd, says:
"Now that the boom is on, whv not pur
chase a site for the park ? It hns got to
come soon, and property can be pur
chased at n more reasonable figure now
than ever in the future."
The Evening ournnl of the same date
says of the Pearson sale: "Several of
the purchasers of projicrty at the alc
yesterday and this morning were offered
good premiums for their purchnses, but
nearly all declined to accept."
Mr. Kichmond Pearson himself offered
$5,000, cash premium to ull purchasers
it his sale in Tim Citizen of une 3rd.
Look at the situation of .he iro)crty on
South Main street. A wink isns good as
nod to a blind mule.
Thin valuable property will
be divided into lain to suit
Not Ho Bad aa Painted.
Editor Citizen: The Lvcetim society
has freely discussed scientific, literary.
educational, and several other practical
suojecis since 11 was starieu ana only
once has a religious subject beenchoseu
1 he KeliL-ion ol the Next Ucncrntion
.Ml the stieakcrs on that occasion main
tained that while certain creeds and dog.
mas would lie changed, the religion of
the next generation would be the reli
gion taught by Jesus Christ. Some ol
the remarks liiadi by certain menilicrs
may have npieared to some others as
highly wanting in conformity to certain
creeds 01 ueliel, nut none wrre uncliris-
It is passing strange that Evangelist
Pearson should have been so badlv mis
informed ns to cause hnn to "thank God
that no preacher in this town would dik
uilv such a I.vcciim meeting with his
presence." There nre many who thin
that Mr. Pearson owes it to hisown rep
utation, to the public and to the Lyceum
society to explain his motive in making
a pulilic and iersonal attack on an lion-
oraolc society ol Irevmen in Asheville.
GREAT BARGAIN WEEK
IN FINE PLATED SPOONS AND FORKS
set of six.
The I'enuimnn pnK-rty lies directly on
tne line Ironi lourt dquarc to the depot
not over .'.ill yards Ironi Court House.
New Advertisements ToDay,
fikmt 1 A OK.
I.ms roii Sai.ii C. K. Momly.
(U'tiMA Hall l.onl Kiiiintlcrny.
Acctimk Penniman Froierty.
KI1I KTM PAUti.
lluANIilM-. 44 ('.rove street.
I'akkiit con Sai.k lr llroylr.
1-iiH Kkst llenrtlen, Knukin Co.
KThNoORAI-HV, Ate. Miss Nina Oililis.
Hancaln Week at Law's.
The prices for this week will astonish
cvcryiHMlv. See lame ad. in this paper.
was lortunaic cnouun 10 secure a larcrc
"lot hue knives, lorks, sikioiis and cut
Icry at n great ba-gain, the only fault
iH-ing there is not a largciiuuntilv ol nnv
one, though you can always get a dozen
or set nhke. lie sure to cull this week at
57, 59 and 61 South Mum street.
I lie Asncvine ten pin parlor, corner
Water and walnut streets. A strictly
tirst class place lor ladies anil irrntlrmcn
Attached will be an Ice Cream Parlor.
Everything will be higlituned and first
class 111 every resjirct.
c. c .mclaktv, Proirr.
A New Road lo HUmm.
If you are wise and wish to become
healthy and wealthy also, vou will use
Roller King or Electric l.iulit flour: be
cause tne Asheville Alillinu Company 1
llour is not only the lies t hut therhcniiest
Resolutions or Rspecl.
June II. IHtlO.
Wherrns, on the inth 1nv of Muv. ihuo. It
pU-iisefl AlmiKlity Ooil to rrmnvr from our
initlNt our tnu-emnl liriither, J. J Omliter, anil
wnereaM. nn 11 ih mrri nnfiprotrr inn! We pay
nnu invuu ui rt.ievi lo nil incm
Kraolvril, That we linw In hunili e ulimla.
ston to tne win 01 our lavine Master know
Init thnt lie ftoetn all thlnK well, yet we
reply leel our loss and renUte that In the
nntn 01 iirntnrr t.uilirrr not onlv Kn.n.h
llroan Loriue hut the entire frNternliv h..
lost a ustliil mrtnlwr and the community
InrKe a henevolrnt eltlsrn. Itelnff a eharter
mi'tiilirr 01 our loilur his sound Juilvment and
loirleul mind nlilrd materially In ciirrylna; the
lotlue through many trials and dlmeiiltlea to
t pteM'nt state of peleelion ami prierlty
inr kuiiic in iib mrnii(cni ana ine Aiasonicira,
trrnltv ol tne county
Kesolveil. Thnt In his death the world has
lost a mnn who in hia tinsinrssrrlntlons with
His lellowman was honorable and luat and
w no iiveu up in mat vniunnie tenet or our
order which tauulit him that the anuure
n((((U((( or not rule inu nu(((r in nis iransae
lions with all mankind. Hit hand anil purse
were ever rendy to aid those In distress. None
were turned nway empty-hamled. It enn lie
truly suld of him that the poor and needy
((live (uni h ((Tiiri.ii((r,
Kcaolved. Thnt as we think of the a-ranri
character and nobility of nature of deceased
lirother, the Incentive should tie to acalausly
Imitate his many excellent qualities.
Hesolved. That to hi. widowed win and
children we eitrnd our heartfelt symnathha
and wish them look to the Herat Comforter
1111 inr rather, in whom he liu
Kesolveil. That we wear the usual liadue
01 moummir lor iio uays; mat tnesc reaolu-
110ns oe reconirn in our i.Mim? innk and
copy lie sent to the family of our deceased
J. A. Nichols,
P. M. MlOKIISS,
V. B, Ltwsoa,
2. V. Fisnss,
First elnss honnl nnd fine sunn nnmi
.KM (pr nn(( ni t.rovv nireci. very uesira1
JJOH RHNTJl'LV 1ST.
Kallery over Law's store. Ilaye's
and eaav of arc
'I" J .u BMHUlin, KAKMn Ml C 1 1 . ,
luneadtf nn Houth Main street.
parlors and urlntlna lie-
fSARKOT FOR SALB.
A voun carrot for sate Iron Central Am.
lea. Applv to Ut. Broyles, No M South
gTBNOOKAPHY AND TVPB WRITING.
Iasona siven durlns the Hnsur. Anrdv
befora Junt 1 1 to
MIBB B. AKMFIHI.D,
Juneadl w A. V. Collen.
Tho iric(s iuototl aro net cash and for this work only
and are tho lowest over offered in Asheville.
Rogers Hros. Extra IMnted Tea Spoons, $1. 08 set of six
" " " Forks, 2.15 & 2.30 " " "
" " " " Table Spoons, 2.20
" " " " Desert " 1.95 " " "
Meridan Triple Plated Medium Knives, $ 1.55
Rogers or Meridan Triple Plated Tea Knives,
$1.45 set of six.
About (50 sets Triple l'latvd, Hollow Handle and Ivory
Handle Knives, slightly niiss-niatehed, ut from $1.75 to
$M.5() per set, or less than half their value.
15 sets Hard Rubber Handle Carvel's and StHl at f 2.85
per set, .'I piecos.
large lot of cheap knives and forks nt 5()e., (55e. and
$1.00 per set, worth double.
All the above ore warranted in every respect.
A large line of Bonn Faieneo Bowls, Dishes, Plates, etc.,
nt lowest figures.
A line assortment of Dinner Sets from 0.NO up. Tea
Sets from $4.20 up.
A new full line of Japaiies Fans, just come, are marked
down. Also the most beautiful line of Silk Handkerchiefs
and Shawls ovor In Asheville,
My stock of white nnd decorated Limoges, China and
choice Art Pottery and Glass is ono of the finest in the
I have secured at importers' price about ten fino new
Etchings, all Artists Proofs, ami projH'rly signed. Thesi
are worthy of attention.
Sjiecinl bargains in all departments this week.
J. H. LAW,
57, 50 and (Jl S. Main street, Asheville, N. C.
ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1890.
TERMS STRICTLY CASH WITH ORDER
In quantities not less thnn one ton nt factory 0c. per hundred
In quantities uot less than one half ton at factory 40c. " "
aoo pounds, HO tickets, 10 pounds each ait n.
700 " US " iiO goo
TIKI " IS " 60 ' " bSJ
1000 " 10 100 " " , d.ojj
No Ice will be delivered without cash or tickets. Tickets now on sale at the office of the
Asheville Ice & Coal Company.
Telephone No. 36 and 40. No. 30 Patton Avenue,
JELLICO COAL AT RETAIL.
For Crate, 5.00.11 For Stove), ... 4.50.
BEST ANTHRACITE COAX
For sale at Wholesale and Retail by'
ASHEVILLE ICE AND COAL COMPANY,
Telephone 36 and 40.
Kseluslve Agents (Domestic and Steam) lor Western North Carolina.
LliWIS MADDUX. Pres. L. P. McLOUB. Vice-Pres. . B. RANKIN, Cashier
Dissctoss:-Lewis Maddux, M.J. Beard en, M.J. PnRB, J. B. Rankin, J, B. Ray, J. B. Reed
8. H. Reed, Geo. S. Powell, C. M. McLoud. "J n
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, -
-Oritaniied May 1st, 1C8H.
CAPITAL, 850,000. SURPLUS, 815,000
State, County and City Depository.
Poes a General Banking Business. Deposit received. Bxehanire bought and sold. Col
lection, made on all accessible points. The ttavinii Feature will receive siiccinl attention'.
On all sums In this department, deposited for four months or longer, Interest at the rate
of 4 per cent, per annum will be paid.
Special attention irlven to loans on real estnte. which will be placed tlorll.mn time on real
Open from 9 a. m.to 3 p. ra. On Saturdays the Suvlnx Department will be open till 6 p.m.
Hoiiarou I'nnch Itrunil avenue, luroomn,
water and newer connection ; nlo larc rl.
tern; fine location uiul view. Termi tuty.
Applv to OIK), P. HCOTT.
JuneSlw Nor tit Court ttquarv.
Orrict ASHKVU.I.S St. R'v Co,
Mav 'J7. 1M1IO,
A stockholders' meeting will he held at
office on the 7th day of June, I HIM), at noon
for the transaction of such business aa may
la- presented to It. By order of Hoard of 1H-
rectors. B. M. JUNKS,
arcretary ana Treasurer,
BALLARD, RICH & 80YCE,
nlsned, No. 7h liailey street. Seven rooms.
kitchen, .table, garden, etc. Andres.
mayaudlw HO Chestnut .tract.
Two reliable men. who nndrrstand Lonn
Atwodation work, to act aa ktrneral airentii
for the people's nuiidnjc. koan anaaatinjf
AHHoeintion 01 i.cnevn. e, . vnic cany,
giving aire and reference,..
a. r. UABVi'iunn,
Mis. Kate I. Kevnolris. of the New Bna-
land Conservatory of Music, Boston, will
take a limited number of piano pupil, after
June is. t.au or auoress at
l. L. AlCIUNAI.U'n.
June.ldlw No. (10 ll.iilry street,
Miss Mary C. Meynnhls. of St. Augustine,
. will take a few uunils In llotanv allri
June fj. Test bunks for sale or rent Call
ir address at
I. MclH IN AMI'S.
No. DO Bailey street.
The material contained In stable oa lot nlr
Main street in rear of Chambers, larvi. At
Co.'. .tore. I'artlr. ran have till Auxu.t
loth nest to remove same. For inirtlrulars
call at HAI.UARI), MICH A BllVCIt.
june.lrint Mala street.
If rharara are not nald and freiaht. re.
moved from ilrHt licfore .June lo I will sell
to the hiuhc.t bidder thrr. eases of patter
ronilaned to T. C. Slnke. and one car ui lum-
brr lu liemens At Taylor.
J. r. IIA.AIN,
Agent R. A ll. R. R.
Stoves and Tinware.
PLUMBING, GAS AND STEAM FITTING, SLATE
AND TIN ROOFING.
PAINTS and OILS.
THE PASTEUR FILTER,
IN A LI. BIZH8 FOR FAMILY
AND IIOTHL UMf
Guaranteed lo be Uerra Proof.
ALL SIZKS KBPT IN STUCK.
I'lnl M(H-k. North Carolina, a enmfortablv
(((rn(.nru iiweinna; witnin ea.y wai. in post'
office and church, navlna carriage and mules.
iruits, vegetables and k on premiere, a
pleasure boat oa lake. Apply to
M. Klliabeth street, Charleston, a, C
Two nliv front rmim. with Inl Hnm
Imnrd. High, central location No. u Flint
street, second door I oa Haywood.
THE MOST PRACTICAL OF ALL SYSTEMS.
During the summer months In the lecture
hall of the V, M. C. A. Claa. In two divis
ions. First division, 10 tolSa. m. Second
division, S to 8 p. n. Lessons dally except
Saturdays, Tuition, 1 3 per month la ad
vance. Apply during the present week at
City Library from 8 to p. m. to
MISS NINA 01 BBS.
Mis. Olbbs I. a lady of the beat character
and aa .nasu.lly .ucorsaful teacher,
P. f. CLAXTON.
Junedlw Supt. City Schools.
(lold. Silver, Ivory, Oak, Ollt and Corabl-
nallon Mouldings. Alio Room Mouldings.
Picture Matted, Mounted and Framed at
lowest price, and work guaranteed. Bngrav
lugs, Paintings and Loral Views always on
as S. Main St., Asheville.
ONB OF THB
In the South.R??
Service ami table First
EAUa.WI-e'4 aV MI.I Ssr
WALK FROM TIIU
iW Pohh the dour errry to
Por termt addreu
H. J. GREENWELL, Proprietor.
Only 8 Klllea tVom Asheville on the A. & S. Railroad andi
The greatest number and variety of mineral apringa to be found in the Sooth.
48 Springs on Less Than 40 Acres,
Chalybeate, Iron, sulphur, epsom, alum, and mngncsia. Several very line cotnhlnnttona.
that are need In curing indigestion, liver and kldncr trouble, chronic dvsenterv, rhronicilva.
prpala and chronic sick headache, tine siirlins recently .IrveloiKd t the greatest tonic water
ever found. Many are buying lots to build resort cottages nenr the Springs. Lots are sold,
at nominal price, to advertise the place and the mineral water. Hoard enn be had at
920 to $30 Per Month, or $1 Per Day.
References, testimonials, etc., can lie had by writing to the owner ; or better yet. anyone
interested la Invited to come and try the water. Orcat Improvements will be made pest
Trains leave Asheville at 9.0S a. m. and return at 7 p. m. fare as cents.
fch! 1 dam
OTIS A. MILLER,
Skyland P. O., N. C
HOTEL ! ARMONO-HOTEL BONNYCREST
SKYLAND MINERAL, SPRINGS, N. C.
Eight Mllea South of Asheville, on the A. ft S. Railroad.
New hotel., new cottage., new furniture, beautiful grass, neat tennis and croquet lawns,
48 MINERAL SPRINGS.
White Sulphur, Alum, Magnesia. Iron and Itpsnm. Those seeking health and pleasure and
select society will not full to visit this pleasant resort and drink of its healing waters.
E. A. LeVENE,
Asheville, N. C.
Near Passenger Depot.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Manufacturers and Drnlrra in all klmla nt lrmA
Door, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Stairwork, Mantel), Bank
and Bar Fixture), and all kinds of Building Material.
Hard Wood Lumber Work a Socciitltv.
a -r "
any ldly Telephone) No. a.
Dealer in Wall Paper, Window ShadesaudPatciit Hangers,
Paints. (Mis and Varnlahra, Maaury'a Miicd Paints and Colors. Window Olasa. both
French and Americaa
We keep la stork St. I.oulsaml Kentucky Lead.
P. A CCMMINUS,
Atlorney.al-i.aw at Notary Iabllc,
' NO. 13 LHOAL BLOCK.
110 Int. la Chuna's Cava. lu. MM.rf. .k.
."' at-res land la Madison county, aear
ftH) acre. I.nd three mile, nnrlfc u...
riTHM"r... ?'JN' P"" rough the
..u ,,riM near nv.
Store hon. Nn. 11 Piltnn
session given jane I, I soil
We th. naderalaned rH.liM nf ..lu.ni.
Will Cloat OUe mirC.1.. nm MMrf mftmrn .k. . A
day or June, I Hon, every day eseept Satur
days from t to 4. SO p. m. till l.t of Sep.
Umber. P. C Mclsris. A Bao.,
j. m. ..id v. (. O.,
O. W. t-siia,
may nod I w
A Sft tttaa. WO.IS ronh mk hm i m&mmm
required. Apply at UI oBea.
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
i7 Haywood Street.
All WATKR THOROUGHLY FILTERED on the Premises.
Twenty-five years of practical experience, combined with prssonal attention to all de.
Ulls of tae business and perfect arrangement, for clanlinrss and puairr ofaU goods
mannfactured, enable the proprietor to present to his numerous patrons a superior data of
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphons.
Olnger Alt aad all th various Savor, of StlHA.WATIIR ready for shipment and delivered
free la City limit. Out of town unlrrstmust have sasrossi.LS reference.
C. H. CAMPBELL.
TAYLOR, BOUIS & BROTHERTON,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer. In
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, STOVES,
HEATERS, RANC.ES. TINWARE, C.
8ANITAKY I'LUMBINO, OAS AND 8TBAM FITTING,
TIN AND 8LATB KO0P1N0, . .
I AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC OAS LIGHTING AND CALL DULLS,
AUNTS F0N "ROTAi." GAS MACHINE. AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER WORK FOR MILLS A SPfCIALTY
New toreUnder Opera House,
No. 43 Pattern AWi . Aahevllle. N. C.
Keiiaaataa CoaerftiUy OWta oa all Work la our Llac.
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