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FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 6, 1890
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, H. D. CPall, BuneM Manager.
1 -. in.T Citiikm will be published every
...J&ooo eept Sunday) lit the following
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in mrmmTniXTn milivim mum ai-am urr Lnu. " DJU.Lr.nu, iiivh w iwivi-i .
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1U UAlUiilmu iiinmiu i
R. Smith of Brazil Talk
lo the ctlUen.
Rev. J. Rockwell Smith of Pernntnlnico,
Brazil, who has been visiting at the home
of A. T. Summey, thought until he came
to Asheville that Rio Janeiro wna the
most beautiful city on the fnce of the
nlK If., tins fhnnroH Ilia mitlil now.
writer. ,, and ipartc. wanting it will plea THE BANQUET AT BATTERY PARK Asheville is first and Rio Janeiro second.
Mr. Smith was born in Kentucky, and
has been at work in Brazil for seventeen
'1 left the States in Pcoemlicr. IX -',
he said, "and reached I'crnninbtico the
first of January, 1873, Since that time,
I have only Iwen back once. That was in
1BN3. I have niv wile niul children with
me this time, and will stav here about a
One Year.. 011
Six Mouth. f--
One Month..-.. ?V
One Week...- 16
Oar carriers will deliver the paper every
afternoon la every part of the city to ; put sub-
iVDVWTiUMO rate Reasonable, ana ma
bitnnn, nn .nnlica.tion at thi OffiCC. AH
tran.ieat advertisements out te paid la a
The CmiBK It the malt extensively
latcd and widely read ncw.puiicr in W.
It. dlKuaaion of public men and mea.urw
I.U.I..I.. ... ....I.llr IntrirritV. hOUC.t
government, and proaiierou. Indii.try, and It
know, no pcraonol allegiance in treating pub-
AIM EFFECTING SPttVJri tT
Thnronirlllv lleHailt Affair
Home- Speeches That Were
Made by ThoMe irei.eiit.
rw Ininrlreri trietlils of Cuiitnin T. .
fitiAilniM pnnlea of sat edition will be tent I . , :i.ui.mo..K..lii ni'thp invita-
FRIDAY, JUNE 0,1890.
ee to any one cnuiuK mcir uuu. 1 . ,
p,iin;na.i,M tn mm er line. Obitu- r- f u ,irHM.Mit at an informal spread
'$?3XZt&S!i,S g Su Lt Battery Park last .11.1. The aflair year. 1 find the chance from the perix't-
was iuformal in every way una um nuniuici um ........v,.,
., i,i,. ...inveil bv those present, and have seen cooler weather since my
l.iu.uuh-V -v . - - -, , , ,, ...... ., ,,
The collation was laid in the music nan arnvai nerc in .uuy, i
and at 10 o'clock the feast began. The at our place.
. ... j i o:..i, IViirsmi nccu- Mr. sniun was nsKeu to coniimrc un
nosi aim " - ,
Uinta it the head table near the two countries, North and South America
1 . . . I.... I I...... T.. tl.lu U., r.ilii-il
. . . n n t 1 1 1I I V 1 1 II I L II iiilu mn I v mi" i ...... , ,
08'KiS.lrrCh the tabu, were cleared and "As for the political, social and church
with music and singing by some of the relations, tins country is uir sn,n.r.Ur
vnenliata and soeakinirby a number oi that. The society there is not so ood
,....i,e, nlenannt hour was as that here. There is a great amount
B" r- - . ,. .. M r,l.
1 ...! .1,.. I,,l,,l,,,..t IMldlMl. OI miHirilllVC llltlt. lUJiiiumi.".
I ... ... I ...... 1.1.. .1 .. .. .1 a ntt.l
m. ri..M.,.. ivn the hrstoneca cu on. leoiiic iuc uuuuic n. iw.u .
ii..,w1.il inn hnoov manner. ' I am I there is no sucn culture as nici. w.t"
. . , i "i :..i'i L,.;il lu.r Altliiiiiuh there are a ureat manv
.....itiiu.ii, ..mimniKKi'ii mill r.wi.vu ,v ...... n n
l ,.i tell whether 1 am n host or men wlio are immensely weumiy, men;
. .,..i.,l,t The imiK-rs stated that Is also a large opposite class, who
the purchasers and myself would con- live in the greatest squalor. The ladies
ti. Imsta of the occasion, of the wealthy classes are as nanii-
and if that is so we will have to foot the sonuly dressed as the ladies of this
I or ol any oilier country. i-n
styles are used and the dresses arc
" ' . ,1 c .:l ..f H,o
IIIUIVIK. .,. V. vi.v
TUB UAII.V CITIZEN
It on .ale at the following place, in AshcvUle
CITIZUN Ol I-lt-B. ....
HATTBKY l'AKK NIJW3 STANU,
ill .RM vnrK KBWS STAND.
MOUHL C1UAK STtlKli, Pulton Ave
PERTINENT AND PERSONAL
New. About AMbevllllauN and oi
tttranireni Wlthlu Our OateH.
W. H. Leith is here from Franklin.
Otis M. Coxe is at the Battery Park
Letter Carrier N. I.ce is on a vacation
V. L. Hardin, ol Richmond, is ut tin
Wallace E. Rollins has returned homt
from Chapel Hill,
I - " . i.: 4l.A....ktr rn 1 .f tiinnrltiihlv Hill
Regular weekly meeting of the boardo, " " " " . ' . ,
I lllue kuiii, nc cuniimini, .j i
W. It. Hatcher, of Milton. N. C. is at
the Grand Central.
I. V. Whiltcr is at the Battery Tark
R. R. Crawford, of Salisbury, is regis
tered at the Glen Rock.
C. M. McLoud and A. M. Mcadowt
left to-duy for New York.
There were ninety-nine arrivals at tin
principal hotels yesterday,
C. E. Senile, of Conovcr, is in the city.
He is at the Glen Rock.
itiavourextravngan.ee, lor it is wun
your money that it is done. I take great
satisfaction in being the agent. As a
matter ol fact we have come to a tune
in the history of real estate when the
sellers make money and the buyers make
money. We never thought to hnd a bag
of cold in Blue Ruin, but nevertheless in
sixty-two days of digging, I have found
it und put $67,000 away in my strong
box. This seems strange, and a man
outside cannot believe it. I Ik-Iicvc it can
be done nnvwhere in town.
Emile Zola is one of the most extrava
gant ol men, and notwithstanding ins
princely income, ne is comparatively
The renutntion of bcinc one of the po
litest and most courtly men in Washing
ton is enjoyed by General Nuthnniet P.
line of Pasteur's chief assistants, Pr.
Chamberlnnd, has discovered that cinna
mon is fatal to the typhoid microbe.
Annie Reaant. the Theosoollist. who
will soon visit this country to preach on
tlwu subject, is a very engaging platform
The home of the famous French author,
Oaudet, is the rendezvous of a number of
French literary people. He is a man ot
extremely attractive manners.
Miss Belle Smith, recently appointed
resident physician of the woman's prison
at Sherhnrn. MimM.. is but twentv-lhrce
ars old. She has liecn practicing mcui-
cine lor two years.
The vountr German Emiieror. Wilhclm,
has taken into his own hands the man
auemcnt of his private fortune. He re
cently negotiated a loan of 200,001)
marks, secured by real estate.
Erastus Lovctte of Rome. Pa., is one
hundred and four years old, yet does not
nnnear to lie more than hlty. He visits
friends ten miles away on foot, hus plenty
ol hair and teeth, mid draws a pension
as n veteran ol the war ol 181 J.
H. M. Claget represents Boston at the
ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1890.
TERMS STRICTLY CASH WITH ORDER
Stoves and Tinware.
PLUMBING, GAS ANO STEAM FITTING, SLATE
ANO TIN ROOFING.
PAINTS and OILS.
.40c. per hundred.
THE PASTEUR FILTER,
IN Al.l. 81ZH8 I'OR I'AMII.V
!" m-ntltle. not leu than on. ton ft factory.. '-
n quaiititic. uu icw iuu -
ai l..l... 1 n .ut.tMrla fML-h
vit.l I. 4 ' SIR "
7B0 " 18 " 00 ' "
I mill lO " lOO " "
No Ice will be delivered without ca.h or ticket.. Ticket, now on sue ai ine omas m toe
Asheville Ice & Coal Company.
Telephone No. 36 and 40. No. 30 Patton Avenue.
JELLICO COAL AT RETAIL.
For Grate, 5.00.11 For stove, . 43
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
For sale at Wholesale and Retail by
ASHEVILLE ICE AND COAL COMPANY,
Telephone 36 and 40.
Exclusive Agents (Domestic and Steam I for We.tcrn North Carolina.
I.UW18 MADDUX, Pres.
L. P. McLOUU, Vlce-Prt..
. B. RANKIN, Cashier .
AND HUTBL. USB.
Uunra.iteed to be Oertn Proof.
UmlCTo..:- Lewis Maddux, M. I. Bearden, M.J. Pa(t, J. B. Rankin, J. B. Ray, J. B. Kceik
0. u. Kecd, lieo. a. rowen, -. m aicouo.
: WESTERN CAROLINA RANK,
Ontanlsed May lat. 1H88.
CAPITAL, S50.000. SURPLUS.815,000
State, County and City Depository.
The oroiK-rtv thut was recently pnr-
Iknnnn TiiKe, of knluniaoo is reKis- haftll ,or 5:1,11,10 tx-r acre sold for $l'fi.-
DUO. This proves that the hull isreater
than the whole. 1 believe that the iro-
ertv ill the linniis 01 me iiresciit. uhimp
is worth HH),i)iH),(l0O."
tcred at the Grand Central.
V. L. McCaa nml wife of Anniston
Ala., arc at the Battery I'nrk.
V. T. Cruwlord and II. K. l ersnson
of Wnynesvillc, arc in town to-day
I'rof. S. I Venal lie's sehonl closed foi
the summer vacation this morning.
Mrs. P. C. Ufrkinj; and Miss licrkiiifj
of Krooklvn. X. V.. arc at the Uutterv
The Hospital managers urc rcniinUctl
of their nieetiiiK Saturday allernoon at
The lnver of concrete for the foumla-
Col. V. M. Cocke, of Lexington, Ky.
was I hen cnueu lor. lie tuiu ui i- ni-
.-rease of the size of Asheville since he hrst
came here in lsii.", when it was untliinc.
but n smalt eounirv village. ".Now
he said, "instead ol that village I hnd 0
m.-imm'ui'nt citv. lklore the war the
iilacc was but little known and but few
Northerners clinic here. Now tliere arc
men also dress witn
L'rcat elcuancc. There are very few men
who are educated in thespecial branches
iltlimiL-li tliere arc some men of fair cul
ture. c nave coou pnysicians iuhi
As to my work there," he continued
I am in charge of the Central Presbyte
rian church in Pernnmliuco, nnd am en-
inged largely in preparing young men
for the ministry. I was sent out by the
committee of the Southern Presbyterian
church. We now have in Brazil our own
synod, indeiendcnt of the government ol
the church in this country. In this sy
nod there are four presbyteries nnd thirty-four
ministers, nineteen of which arc
foreigners and fifteen natives. There arc
sixty-five churches and 3,000 members
in our synod."
Mr. Smith is uncertain as to how
long he will rcmnin in Asheville.
TWO MINISTERS ORDAINED.
Important HuHliiemt of the Meek-
At an adjourned meeting of the Meek'
Icnburg presbytery held at Coox-rs, W
H. Dnvis, of Tranvlvnmn, wns dismissed
great ninnU'is of them here ull the year to tne pn-sbytcrv of Roanoke, Ya., to
round und Asheville makes considerable tn.c c)mrl;c f the churches lately served
tionof the government building is beiiitf I ,nolley off of 'sick yankces. The town tlv Kcv j , Gammon, formerly of this
putuown. I is vet in its iiilnncy. Shi longns asiicmiii cjtv.
An infant child of Mrs. Snlmmgton stnnds invalids from ull over tne 1 mieti Licentiate D. F. Slicppard was rc-
died at her home on depot street tins I States will come Here. ecived trom the presbytery ol hnvnnnnn
Hon. T. U. Johnson was cuiicti tip nnu 1 nn,i - cnn )nced in his hands from the
made n short talk: "I congratulate you cnnreh of Swannnnon. This being ac-
that ull are happy because of having
made money," he said, "and I am happy
because you made none out ol me. I beg
you not to build too much on this one
evrnt. Do not live on each other too
much. I have heard of n transaction
laricttlii Week at Law's,
The prices for this week will astonish
everybody. See large ad. in this paper.
I was I'ortminte enough to secure a large
"lot line knives, lorks, spoons and cut
lery at a urent bu-iiain, the only fault
being there is not a Inrgcqtiantity of any
one, though you cnn always get a dozen
or i't alike. ' He sure to call this week at
57, o'J and Gl South Main street.
hnV W. A. Foster. Steve Wnltcrs and
Hd. White hnvc oicned n first-class bar-
her shop nniler Hrown is: 1. linger a store,
aiirl they rcsHX'ttully solicit the patron-
age ol the public.
The Ually CltUc-n.
Is nlwavs alive to the inU-rcsts ol
Asheville and its people.
Is the most popular advertising me-
iim in North Carolina.
Is read bv a ureater nnmlier of lieople
than ativ other secular paper in the
Is alwavs filled with the choicest rcaU-
iiiL' matter of the dnv.
7. . I i!ll .1...: ,D
lioaroill iiiiuea mi men iuifiiio n
ertisinu in the ClTlZKN.
Xcws. and nil the news, makes tne v.it-
izi:x n ueneral favorite.
No retail nierclinnt ever mntie a great
success without auvcrlisint!. iry tne
An advertisement in the Citizks pays
the advertiser an hundred-fokl.
The Asheville ten pin parlor, corner
Water and Walnut streets. A strictly
first class nlnee for ladies and centlcmcn.
Attached will be an lee Cream Parlor.
livervtbing will be hightoned and hrst
class in everv respect.
C. c. aiccaktv, rrop r.
A New Road to Bllaa.
If vou arc wise nnd wish to become
healthy nnd wealthy also, you will Use
Ko cr Kiiil' or l-.iectnc Lignt nour ie-
cnuse the Asheville Milling Company's
Hour is not only thclicslbut thcelieanest.
The Asheville Fcnuilc College com
mencement exercises liegan to-day with
an art levee.
A. C. Kycrson und M. Morris represent
Xcw York among yesterday's arrivals at
the Buttery Park
Mrs. Proiidl'oot. ol Chicago, is visiting
her daughter Mis Mae I'rouilloot.at tin
Asheville Feniule College
Miss M. K. Atkins of Kuoxvillc, a for
mer pupil of the Asheville FcinaleCollcgc
is here lo attend the commencement
X. V. Cirdwood and J. P. Kerr have
purchased 7 'J acres of land on the west
aide of the French Ilroad river for Jl,-
1)00, belonging to Mr. MurUoch
The curbing on South Main street will
not be set out into the street, as wna in
ccptcd by him, his ordinution wns deter
mined upon, and it was accompanied by
that of Licentiate K. K. Hendcrlitc, who
litis been working in Haywood und
Swain counties, nicy prencnen meir
trial sermons and were ordained. Mr.
within the last sixty days that w" I Slicppitnl w.is iiiKtulkJ pastor nf Swun
bring S173.0UO here from lorcigucrs nnd nnlloa c,Urehea.
The tiresbvtcrv nave its approval of
the ulun for holding a Snhhuth school
convention to comprise ull the prcsbytC'
rinn Sabbath schools west of the Ulue
Ridge, and a committee wns appointed
to arrange a program and date.
HONORS TO ASHEVILLE,
Mr. W. !i. llrccsc said: "I can confirm
Mr. Johnston' statement. I know of a
transaction that will bring in $175,(MMJ
from abroad. This will do more than
leusling on ourselves. 1 um glud to see
this nrosncritv. but welcome the iitltli-
Mr. U. T. Collins wns culled for and he
remarked that he was one of the "sick
,-.l,1 n.in..n.ln,mnlninf lirOO- ynnKCCS W IIO lame I. i.v..
tt.i,i,i....,l, ImviiiLrtht -the statement ia made." he said,
. ' . '.. money has liecn mude, I cannot sny any
C. C. Porter, of Vlrichsville, hio, died
this morning at Col. J. M. Rny'a, in Kn
moth, aged 27. Consumption was the
entise of his death. He hnd Iwen here for
three month. The remains were taken
1 to his home this afternoon, accompanied
by Mrs. Emma Wilcoxen. his sister, and
W. 8. Kay,
The Asheville Hose Co. were ont yester
day on drill on Academy street. They
' laid a line of hose from the reel ISO feel
and hud the water turned on in one min
ute and four seconds. They also un
coupled nnd coupled the hose in fifteen
seconds. The length of stream they cnn
throw on Academy street is ninety-six
Dr. W. L. HillinrH wilt erect n hand
some building at 35 South Main street
The present building will lie torn down
The new block will lc three storic with
thing, for I huve not made it. These
other men nre now rolling in dirt in
Brought Back by mImncm Holllna
Misses F.mmn Rollins nnd 4Minnie
Fngg have returned from Salem, where
they have been attending school. They
were both mcmlicrs of the graduating
class, and in the report of the exercises,
the Twin City Daily ienks of them as
"Idols" was the title of the next essay
bv Miss Miss Minnie Fngg. She snid the
instinct toworshipsotnrlhing wnsdeeply
iinplnted in the human heart, Ivach hud
some idol to worship. Sometimes it wns
i-ll. aoinetimvs Hold, but too soon the
worslupiKd or the woralupicr would
limine to common cluv
limate. Some one remarked Hint Ashe- , The valedictory nddrcss wnseloruentlv
, ,. i . , i .i .,.. .aV" elu (iiicntl y"
.Ml- .....II L.,,,u,i I no luliirel '. ... ... .. .... ,.
we mean it I by Miss l-.uinin Koinns, oi
utfeetion for their
wealth I mean. These trnnsfcrs will
nwuke our neighl Hiring towns, und
rivnla. Hcndersonville and Wnynesvillc,
nml we will hnve to include them as
suburb of Asheville."
Dr. Taylor started out by suying he
wu n sick yuiikee. also, lie said: "Al
though I um not making any money out
of real cstnle, I um muking it out of the
villc is well enough known. The future
of Asheville is not us a manufacturing or Asheville. It wns an address worthy of
but a. a health resort, the occasion and hiclily creditable to the
- . . , . , ..i ,i.
and we honhl u io n hands to origin nnu cnnrniiuK
nun wc .ii. iii.i ,.i j , . ilchvered it in o becoming a munner.
Iwom it a n health resort. This would ,,f(ir,-n. -nndudedthe tears of affection
be of great benefit to nil." trickled down the cheeks of nearly all ber
Mr. 1. P. Sn wycr said : "Mr. Penron class-mutes tear wlneli tnu tnem nonor
" - 1
I lavnuv lie hus mude I ana
money, and I am embarrassed because
I Iiiium ..,.1 ti luive liretl aaviliu1 that For Only On Transler.
. , .. .i. I ..... .... ... I 1 .u.i;;..m hnm Imps nrourntefl til the
a basement nnu win lie oi unc., wun i uroperty is toti lugli nere, anu iniii tne " i - -
atone triiiiminns. with n l.lute uhis ,.ri.a would not lust. The time hn not nilinnger ol tne Asueviue streei runway
front. The cost will lie $ia.0O0, and the C(imc wlcn there has liecn a decline and I uskiug muiiiicy omy mpnr. m o...w.
buildinolstoliecompletcdinsixmoiilli. ii..,ie It will not come. I wish 1 hnd between Camp Pirlton mid the dep.
U'nrW ! nlrrni! eiminiciRTil. i i. .m. mv.ir. The trouble with nnd Potion avenue. The petition
... n ti...i:..rR. lohn'. SVw m.l.ihut I have nlwavs sold u.t a signed by rorty-ciglit ol tne resiaents
i.i. 1....1 i:..i. . H I think 1 will ho Id that neignuornoon. me signera cum
time in the cityforlhelKnefitof hi health what little I have left nntil it makes me pln.n that it,, against their Interest from
. ....I.... In li.aiiMsiMaintifl i uii tit nrtrl nil IfironVftl
leaves to-duy for Ins old home to visit his rich." ---- ... .
n i .i.. u. ...:n .... ... i M k. I., ini'iiiii wnacu lieu lorniia re- -
.un...7. ... f. , ,-,: , .U. ffltT
!.: ..I 1. I n.u:l.. mi,nnr imm ml Ufltl, a Billltr. AI CI1C CrUWU I v.. r, "
iMlSHlon a cicra Him nwifcnv ......... i ...... n- .
kriha (ika hotel. Mr. Hrailimz is one ol ,., m Irave Mr. Pearson moved thut that strangers alwavs complain
r .t.ii,..lrn.d Cnnt. Put- In responeetne street railway company
tm say that they nre always anxious to
lie said: "I saw him bidding on the muke the best possible arrangements for
.il.. where he used to live, itecommoduting the public anil will
Ll it almost brotnrht tears to my eyes, so in every way allowed by the city an
He was bidding the snme nmnnnt for thorities.
one-fiftieth part of the proiierty that his The Pennlman lroprt,
father had sold the entire tract for, nfln The six of the Tenniman ami Cosmo.
the war. This means thut the property politun Club lots lying immediately to
is fifty times more vnluable now than it the south of the car sheds were sold yes-
thrn wns. It means that if this son derday allernoon as iniiows:
owned the protierty thut his father No. H. 32x100, T. W. TaUon $2,200
,...A l,. would lie ten times a million- 0. 2:ix 100. T. W. Patton 2,300
aire and If he owned the property that
hia irrnndlather owned in this town he
would be worth ten Vunderbilts.
miinv who en mi- to Asheville to spend a
few mouths and found it so delightful
thut they decide to sieiid a lilctiinc here.
Another inimenno Bale.
The AlexnndcrOnrrcttfnrm.m Victoriu,
ha been sold to C. 15. Grnhnm, C. D.
Illanton, W. II. Penlnnil, P. F. Patton,
M. E. Cnrtcr, K. V. Wnlker, J. P.Rnwyer,
R. II. Cnrrrtt nnd T, C. Stnrnes. The
prie paid won 1(0,000, for eighty thr.
acres. joint stock company, to lie
called the "Oakland Lnnd Company,"!
will be formed to handle the procrty.
, .4 f . . , i i ...
Tha rartuora Alllanc
, TosBuncoml County Farmers' Alli
ance it In session at the court house to
day. Committee -report have been
... heard and Mr. 8. D. Mnddln, of Chicago,
: Is to deliver an address this afternoon on
"Bneournulng Manufacture. " Mr.
A aneMMtaat Aftfalr.
The reception tendered to Ker. II. S.
McDufTy at the horn of Isaac Dickson
Maddlnlt mgaged in bttineai in Ch laat sight was atttmled br twenty -live
10, 23x100, J. P. Arthar
13, 22xS5, T. W. Patton
12, 22x55, T. W. Patton
11, 22x55, T.W. Patton
Total , ' H.32
'8, 0 and 10 front on South Main and
ALL. 8IZB8 KBPT IN 8T0CK,
Gold, Silver, Ivory, Oak, Gilt and Combl
nation M.nilillnn. Also Itnom Moulillng..
rictun-s Mntted, Mounted and Framed at
lowest prices and work Kunrautecd. Hngrar-
ln. Paintings and Local View, always on
a S. Main St., Asheville.
Does a General Banking Business. Deposits received. Bichang bought and said. Col.
lections made on all accessible points. The Savinx Feature will receive .pedal attention.
On all sums In this department, deposited for four month, or longer. Interest at the rate
or 4 per cent, per annum will be puitl.
Special attention given to loan, on real estate, which will be placed Jlorlonu time on real
Open from 0 a. m. to S p. m. On Saturdays the Saving Department will be open till (I p.m
LIME! LIME! LIME!
ONB OP THB
In tho South.
Service and table I'lnit
3 FIVB MINUTB8"
, . to
WALK FROM THB
I ran. the dour ercry 1 o
New Advertlticiuenti To-Day.
Matinkk A. li. Cooper.
FOI KTH PAUK.
ralVATR 8AI.K A. Weaer.
iiikk IIai.1. MiiIm-I llenlh.
A CAR LOAD OP
FRESH - LIME
In Bulk or
Office No. 30 Fattoit Avenue;.
TKI.KI'HONB NO. n.
For term, aildresa
II. J. GREEXWELL, Proprietor.
Only 8 Itfilct) flrotu Asheville on tlie A. & S.
The greatest number and variety of mineral spring to be found in the Month.
48 Springs on Less Than 40 Acres,
I Chalybeate. Iron, aulphur, cpsom, alum, and tnnirnraia. Several very line combination,
that are ucd in curing inillgtiition, liver anil klilnry truutilr, chronic ilyarnterjr. chronleily..
prpula anil chronic sick heailaehe. line .pnnK recently ilevtliiiru is tne greatest uinKwnri
ever found. Many are liuylng lots to Imlld rtmurt cottnitc. near the Kpnniti. Lota art .old
at nominal prices to advert! the plan anu tne mineral water, uoara can nc naa ai
$20 to $30 Per Month, or $1 Per Day.
Reference., testimonial., etc.. cnn lie had liy writing to the owner: or better yet. anyone
interested ia invited to come and try the wntcr. Great Improvements will be made nest
Train, leave Asheville at V (3 a. m. and return at 7 p. m. tare an cent.
For further information write to ,
OTIS A. MILLER,
f,i,i , dom Sky laud P. O., N. C.
Warrhnusc lit liepot.
P. tl. Hon 6.14.
That beautiful lot on Spruce street, mnr
Woodlin .trret. TnxliMi Apply to A. uciwr, l
owner, or T. M. unmpiK-ll, UKeni.
C. K. MOODY.
a luiv from thr North, who has exnerirncr I
In piano ln.lnii tic.il. wLhes a lionrding place I
Wliere ICWiin, win iiv miniuivninuiui .,.., u
Alio will take a few private pupils. AddnrM I
H. ()., I tl. llus Jtn.
CDMMENCINQ MONDAY, JUNE 2ND.
HOTEL 1 ARMOND-HOTEL BONNYCREST
SKYLAND MINERAL, SPRINGS, N. C.
VAgM mile) Houtu of AnlicvHle, on the A. & 8. Railroad.
New hotels, new collages, new furniture, beautiful grans, neat tennis and croquet lawns.
I good livery.
48 MINERAL SPRINGS. .
White Hulphur, Alum, MnjnieA, Iron and RMom. Thote ecking braltb and pleasure and
elect aocirty will not fnll to visit ttVa plennnt rctvurt mod drink of IU Dealing watera.
I Terms reaaonatile.
E. A. LcVENE,
U' Itie onilrr.lirnril butchers of AHhevll
will close our nmrki-t., on find after the first
.1.. In... lMllll. tvi'fv dnv eseent I-ntltr
ilnvs irom A to ..iif i. in. mi t "i op-
teniber. r. c mcihtikk at uo,
j. n KKKH V A.O.,
llAKKK At IIBAIiroRn,
(. W. I'AIIK,
Two reliable men. who understand Loan I
A.Koriatlon work, to net as general agent,
for the People'. Imlld ng. Loan nnd Saving
Association nt l .i'tieva, N. Y . v rue variy,
giving age nml relemiecs, ,,...,
n. '. unnv.'....'...
: Elfin Star Corned; Go.
Asheville, N. C.
Near Paujrena;cr Depot.
Mlu Wnlf 1. HrvnttlilM. nf thr NCW Knit
iMtuI CimHcrvulorv ttt MukIc. I low ton. will
take a Umitnl ntimlirr of nlano uuullt aflrr
June wan or atiurcM ai ...
" ..a il.Utallt tllal
June.td 1 w No. 00 U illey street.
Produdug a Reiertolre of the
FRIDAY NIGHT, Jl'MIt 6TH,
In the Charming Domestic Comedy Ilrama.
Vnlquc Mechanical Effects.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Maanfacturers and Dealers In all kinds at bseMed
Door. (ah, Blluda, ItIouIUIiiks, Stalrwork, Mantel. Bank
and Bar Fixtures, and all kinds of Building; Material.
Kurd Wood Lumber Work a Specialty.
nnrt.dly Tclrphona No. a.
FITsiC PATRICK BROTHERS.
Dealer lu Wall Paper, WlndowHhadcsandPateiitHaufrcrs.
Adminlon. M. AS and SO cents.
I sent, .t Hawyer's.
Paints, tMI. and Varnishes,
Plat Hock. North Carolina, a comfortably
nirnl.hril dwelling within easy win oi po.c
i,ill, ami elmreh. hnvlnir carrlaire and mule,
Irults, vegetable, and Ice on premier., ana
plcnaure boat on joke. Apply to
an, Kliinbrth street, Charlcstun, H. C.
gTl)CKHOLUBH' M BKTINO.
orvica Akiikvii.ls Ut.
Mav 117. 1HIMI.
A .tiM.khiililira' meeting will lie held
oilier on the 7th day of June, Ihuii, at noun
lor the transaction of such business as may
lie prrncntcd to It. Bv order of Hoard of 1)1-
rrctnra. B. M. JONB8,
Secretary and Treasurer,
held at this
Mia. Mary C. Reynold., of Ut. AiiKii.tlne,
I'ln., will tn
lime I J. T
or adilres. at
Jlinc.'id I w
lew tniull. Iti Motnny alter
Tent book, for sale or rent. Call
U. L MclHlNAI.II'H,
No. AO Bailey street.
I'irat class bonnl nml fine sunny rounis
can lie hnd at Urovc slreel. very ui.iru-
J?OR RUNT JULY lr,
IMlnto gallery I
nnrlin.nl : enmmr
Aimlv ,o MliAkllUN. RANK IN Ik CO
junc4dtf nit Mouth Main street,
llintn gallery over l.nw's store,
Lvllukt, .rlftr. Mfl nnr
eoinmo.lious anil rn.y ol aeers.
JJTBNOOKAPHY AND TYI'B WRITING.
Lesson, given during the summer. Apply I
before Jun. 11 to
MIX B. ARM PlllLtl.
Inneildlw A. P. Collrg.
P. A CVMHINGH,
Atlorncytt-ljsw J Motary Public,
NO. 13 LHOAL BLOCK.
30 lots In Chunn's Cov. Just outside the
l.inn acres iana in Maaison eonnty, near
nun acre, land thief miles north of Hender.
sonvllle A. at H R. H. runs through the
land, rnatnnice anu nepot near uy.
Rtore houae. No. ID Patton avenue. Pot
scaalon given June 1, 1RVU,
English and French
B0ARDIN6 AND DAY SCHOOL
FOR YOUNO LADIES AND LITTLE OIRLt,
No. 40 Preach Broad Avenue.
MRS. BUROWYN MAITLAND, . PRINCIPAL
(Por many years Associate Principal of Mt.
Vernon matitutc. naitimore.i
Asal.trd by a corps of eomprntent teachers
nrrn in v
. FOR SALE.
Maaury's Mlscil Paints and Colors.
French aad American
We keep In stock Nt. I.oulsa.nd Kentucky U.d.
Window Ola.., both
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
ai7 Haywood Street.
All WATER THOROUGHLY FILTERED on the Premises.
We are now prepared with rooms tor sum.
mer Cll AMHKRLIN.
may.lldlm 07 Church .treet,
A flrat clam woman rook at oncej nlerrace
raquired. Appiy at wis onici
Nonsr on Prenrh Broad avenue, to room..
water and sewer connections) alao large cut
ter ! fine location and view. Term easy.
Apply to 0BO. F. SCOTT.
Junelll w North Court Mquura.
The material eontalnefl In stable on lot off
Mala street In rear or Chamber. JarvK A
Co.'s stnr. Partle. eaa bav. till Angu.t
loth mat to remove same. Por lutrrla alars
call at HALUAKD, mill r iiliVL H,
jaaeaaot Mala stmt.
Twenty Ave years of practical spcrlcnce, combined with raasoNSL atteatloa to all do
tails of the business and perfect arrangement, for clsixlinu. aad rusiTT of all good
manufactured, enalil. the proprietor to prracai to bis numerous patrons a sautrlor das ot
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphon.
dinger Ale aad all the various flavors of SODA W ATIIH ready for shipment and drHrervd
free In City limits. Out of town unlcmtmu.t have aKsnmsiai, retereni..
. C. H. CAMPBELL.
TAYLOR. 1I017IS & IIROTHERTON.
Wholesale and Retail IHwIer la
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, STOVES,
HEATERS, RANGES. TINWARE, Ac.
SANITARY 1'I.UMMINO, OAS AND STEAM FITTING,
TIN AND SLATB ROOFING, ' ; '
AUTOMATIC ELKCTRIC GAS LIGHTING AND CALL HULLS,
AGENTS FOR "ROYAL" GAS MACHINE. AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER WORK F0RMILLt A SPECIALTY
New StoreUnder Opera House, ;
No. 43 ration Ate., . . Asheville, N. C.
BsUmatM Cheerfully Olvr oa all Work la oar Lux.
and It, 12 aad 13 oa Market street.
cam, . i oi tne irienu. m am pupuiui ,