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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: SATURDAY EVEXING, JUNE 7, 1890
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INTERESTING PROGRAM BY
The Art Levee Yesterday After
noon a Beautiful Diaplay
Home of the More
The chnel nt the Aahcville Female Col-
lege was crowded to overflowing lust
Miss Tate's mnrine piece and Miss Kin
cuid't anticipations were highly praised.
1 he basket of corn in Yroup No. 3, by
Miss Neva Gnsh, of North Carolina, was
true to nature and well executed. Miss
Harding's stag head and Miss Snllic
Alexander's snowballs were fuvorobly
Croup No. 6, by Miss Allie Johnston
was conspicuous for its life size crayon
portraits of Rev. James Atkins and Gen.
K. fc. Lee. Miss Hollowny's screen, in
group No. 7, was unique and attracted a
large share of attention. The jnr of La
France roses in group No. 8, by Miss
Daisy Sawyer, was pretty. Mrs. Atkins'
horse head and life size crayon Krtrait
of Professor Atkins were much admired,
Croup No. 10, by Miss Kate Luther, con
night the ocension of the annual enter- tained an excellent portrait of Mozart
SATURDAY, UNIS 7. 1800.
THK DAILY CITIZEN
la on sale at the following places In Aahcville:
BATTBHY PARK NBW8 STAND.1
OLBN RUCK NBWS STAND.
' MODRL ClOAK STOKIi. 1'atton Aire.
J. CARBON' NliWS STOKE, North Court
tninment of the under gruduntcs. A pro
gram consisting of music, both vocal
and instrumental, recitations and a tam
bourine drill had been prepared. It wus
pronouncedly interesting and wus one ol
the events of the year in Asheville.
As eurlv as eight o'clock the guests be
gan to arrive and a half hour later all of
In group No. 11, by Miss May Alexander
was seen a very natural and interesting
study of fruit.
Miss Mary Luther's wnter-falls, group
No. 13, attracted favoruhle notice. The
Castle on the Rhine, group No. 13, by
Miss Carrie Nichols was quite pictur
esque. Miss Mary Cainpliell's surf, in
PERTINENT AND PERSONAL
the t hairs had been taken and many were I Kroup No. 14, culled forth the praise of
aiding near the walls. A few minutes "" i"l8S wae I'roudtoot s group, No,
before nine, the students entered from the 15- contained a splendid study of earB,
Rem About Anhevtlllana and ol
aUrattfctera Within Our Uate).
J. A. Hunt of Morgnnton is nt the Clcn
L. n. Kemp, Alexandria, is at the Mat
G. V. Herndon of Virginia is at the
D. Heche, jr., represents New York nl
the Glen Rock.
Mr. II. C. Hunt has returned from In
diana and Ohio.
F. F. Sawyer represents ltaltiinorc nt
S. C. Dunnvnut, of Morganton, is at
L. H. Church represents Louisville nt
the Battery Tnrk.
J. L. R. Patterson, of Hultimorc is nt
the Battery Turk.
J. A. Bencini, of Charlotte, is registered
at the Grand Central.
E. C. MeCune, of Atlanta, is registered
at the Battery Park.
W. F. Autlionv, of Rochester, N. Y., is
et the Bnttery 1'nrk.
The newly elected policemen arc to as
sume their duties at once.
Clias. Marx, of New York, is regis
tered at the Buttery l'ark.
Jacob Stewart and wife arc nt the
Swannanon from Morksville, N. C.
V. T. Reynolds, clerk of the sucrior
court, lias gone to Blackwells Springs.
All widows and soldiers who want pen
sions must make their application this
Sheriff Reynolds is moving from his
country home to the Iavidson house on
II. W. Burton of Lynchburg, Ya., and
R. O. Burton of Halifax, N. C, are at the
Work will be resumed soon on the
West Aslicville street railroad to Sul
The Woodlin property on North Main
street and Mvrrimon avenue has lieen
sold for $25,000.
Miss Bessie Allen, a daughter of Dr. Al
len of Henderson villc, is visiting at Mrs.
renlaiid's, on I'enland street.
Dave Killiou was before the Mayor tlii
morning, charged with lcing drunk, lie
plead guilty, and was discharged.
Mr. C. B. Way, the newly elected
county superintendent of public instruc
tion will tuke charge of the oflice the
first Monday in July..
doors ut the rear of the platform and ei
ther took seats on the stage or those that
had lx.-cn reserved for them in the audito
rium. 1'rnycr was offered by Rev. II. L. Bover
and the program ojiencd with the fairy
cantata of Cinderella arranged especially
for soprano and alto voices. Miss Lovr
Milliard sang the title role in a highly
pleasing manner. Miss Stella Hargan
looked charming and sang the part of the
While Bird to the satisfaction of every
one in the house. As the two wicked sis
ters it would have been impossible for
Misses Florence Doggett und Mary
Brown to have looked the parts, but the
score was sung with a dash that capti
vated the audience. The recitation by
Miss Jessie Warnes was not the least in
teresting feature. Her ability as an elo
cutionist served her to good advantage.
Mrs. Ynrborough officiated at the piano.
A chorus of lifty voices contrihuted to the
charming opcrcttc, which took up the en
tire first part. The numbers were as fol
1. Prologue (Chorus of angels nndnlto
solo) "Angel Mother Ever Near Thee."
a. Duet Cinderella and the White Bird
(soprano mid alto I "O'er thy Grave,
3. Trio "The Wicked Sisters and Cin
derella. (Two sopranos and alto), Cin
4. Cinderella's Song, (soprano I "My
Sisters for the Ball Prepare."
5. The Fairy Birds and Cinderella
(chorus and soprano solo) "IIijh in the
0. The White Bird's Somr (alto I "I'm
dcr the Iluzel Tree."
7. The Virgin's Fete (chorus and alto
solo) "A Dazzling Throng of Ladies
8. Song Cinderella's Joy (soprano I
"So Swei t the Rose Breath is Wafted
9. Finale (Chorus and alto solo I
"Hate and Envy, both Iefied."
Part second opened with a well execu
ted piano qunrtette menuet by Misses
Bessie Cannon, Maude Yarborough,
Maude McCollumand Duisy Sawyer. It
The lake scene in group 10, by Miss Cnr-
ne Reynolds, was highly spoken of.
Miss Natalie Scale's China placue and
large mirror were much noticed for their
fine work. Two large screens by Miss
Amelia Bentley and Mrs. Graves received
favorable attention. The display wns
well worth seeing and highly creditable
to Miss Blythe, the principal of the art
department. The students give evidence
ol much skill and careful training.
The committee to decide upon which
picture should receive the medal have
made their report to President Barker,
but it will not lie known until Tuesday
evening when the medal will be awarded.
and the pumping station up the Swan'
nanoa. Aldermen Pulliam and Fitzput-
nck were appointed as a committee to
attend to it,
The petition for widening South Main
street from Southside avenue to the city
limits was referred to the street commit
tee to have the survey made,
Mr.N. A. Reynolds, tax collector, asked
uoout the tax of bowline allevs in nn.
eral and John Erwin's in particular, and
wanted to know about collecting thetnx
on mot place. He was instructed to col'
lect the $50 tax levied
,Plats for lot owners of the Catho
lic urn ana I'earsou properties can I ob
tained of Arthur S. Child, office 23 Barn
ard building. Every buyer should have
Bat-iralu Week aViaW'isl
The prices for this week will asfm,!.!.
everybody. See large nd. in this paper,
m.? ortllnntc enough to secure a large
lot fine knives, forks, spoons and cut
CI7nt R'nt bn-gain.the only fault
being there is not a Inrirenunnritv f
one, though you can nlwavs iret n !
ii e- 1 c ,ure to cn" '" wec nt
oi, osi ana in south Alain street.
BALLARD, RICH & BOYCE,
Stoves and Tinware.
ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1890.
TERMS STRICTLY CASH WITH ORDER
In quantltlea not leas thnn one ton at factory
In quantltlea not lesa than one half ton at factory..,,
600 pounds, 60 tickets, 10 pounds each
70O . " 38 . iia " "
n-UMBING, OAS AND STEAM FiniNftSUTE 10S0 IS ,oo ZZZ
...40c. per hundred.
, 8 OO
Ticketa now on aale at the office of the
AND TIN R00FINQ.
PAINTS and OILS.
HE PASTEUR FILTER,
No Ice will be delivered without cash or tickets,
Asheville Ice & Coal Company.
Telephone No. 36 and 40. No. 30 Patton Avenue.
JEL.LICO COAL, AT RETAIL,.
For Grate, - . 5.00." For Stovest. . . .
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
For sale at Wholesale and RetaU h
ASHEVILLE ICE AND COAL COMPANY.
cicpuuuc 30 ana 40.
Bscluslve Agents (Domestic and 8team for Western North Carolina.
pnerw. A. 1'iixt.T st.vo u'ni.. a
t?J i.ri . ' ' - - ..., uilU
hd. White hnve mvnnl Anti.... 1
- ------ yi -. vimw UU I
arr anon utKler llrown Ki ;urWr'.
and they resnectfullv snlii it ti,.
age of the public.
WCnll at Taylor, Bouis & Brother
ton s, 43 rattan avenue, for Mnson's
in, iruiL iiira nnn rniiiw.ra I
THK WKATHKR IN MAY.
Monthly Report of the aitrnal lser
t'nital State Signal Service Stntion,
.. iu " miwutriuin. .-i.siriilc,v. c I
l.at. 3.-,. an N., Lone HS 3d W. Blcvation
itbnve sea level, U..I.IO.
(bsixisnre of Instruments in U. 8. 8i)raal
Sumnmrjr of MeteoroliKienl (llnrrvatlunafor
JMOSTil LVM KAN TliMI'URATCWU
7 a mis p mill p mlMcani Mean Daily'
..I I I Variation.
SS tlUlTO UL'idl .ITlO'J.! 307
Meun Monthly Kanire, 31 30.
MAXIMI M TBMl'likATI-KB.
MINIMI M TBM F'BMATl'RUr
The Dally cilUen.
Is ulwnvs alive tn thi ii...ui.
Asheville and its nennle.
Is the most rxmnlnr n,1.-w ::....
1., .1 l " -,a, iiu nip
unit in North Cam nn.
Is rend by a greater numlier of neoiile
than any other scculnr paiwr in the
Is always filled with the choicest rend
ing iii.uier oi tne anv.
Il.mr.ling houses rill their rooms bi nd
vertisiinr in the Citurm.
News, and all the news, makes the Cit-
a general Invonte.
V.. . . l
rvniii mercnant ever made a great
success without advert s nu. Trv th,
. 1 1 ixr.M.
An advertisement in the Citizen pays
the advertiser an hundred-fold.
The Asheville ten nin nnrln.
j ti.-.l. I " .' "
...... linn iinmui streets. A strictly
hi st c nss place for ladies and gentlemen.
Atinrncii win De an Ice Cream rnrlor.
Everything will lie hightoned and first
i-i.isa in every respect.
C. C. McCARTv.PropV,
A New Mosul lo Bllaus.
II you are wise and wish tn
henlthy nnd wealthy nlsWi. Vnil laamo
Mrnn I Kullir Kinir nr ! Ion r :.... a ...
73.au " ... ..,Ml"Mur
Hour is not only the best but thcchcnocst.
II m IDnily Mean.
O.I. I a ll .1
.Grains yi moisture ier cubic foot of air.l
7am I 3nm I Upm llmily Mean.
( Keduceu to sea level at 33P.)
7 a m p miu u mlllith HateLow Hate I
.mi 1. 1 .in n,! i .iii.u7 1 ju ju utn rju.72 6th
.Mummy wanT, ii.Uf.
I New AdvertlenientaToDay.
8t'MHss BsiDixo Big Racket.
Oi k Hall "Dora."
Hmivats Msls A. Weher.
Stsmhisahiv A. H.Cohli.
Mask Coi.KTsa Tyler He.k Co.
Tsi K Wawtsih-T.. Citiien tlltiee.
on IS dilTerent days l ot inch or more, tn
hort ehowera freiiuentlv accomnanird by
thunder. Total rsinlnll, Inches; In cs-
ui .fiv Mveraae miiouk one men.
WIN' 1 1.
Still on 1 1 dnye; tirn.lc brrre. 1.1', ilsys;
moderate winu. i.Hi ilays; aevere
preeuillnii direction. N and S U.
was followed by a pathetic recitation,
"The High TiJc," which wns delivered
in a pleasing manner by Miss Mary
UovcStringtield. A voenl solo by Miss Lil-
lie Way, "The Ho wer Girl," was well re
ceived und a recitation by Miss Uonnic
Reeves, "Her Answer," was esHvinlli
good and the pleasant manner in which
it was spoken made the little lady as
many friends as there were people in the
No. cloudy nnd
Percent, .if iiosnllile, loo. Mean for May,
KAKI.'ViiN HlVk. B L. M. II..
IHrei-tor of OliMTvalory,
VI Aml.l.. . 1. ..I -
. .--,, .m. ... vwim.
BOARD OF AI.IIIRMIvN,
Their imeKnlar Weekly Meelln
S I). Maddin, represriiting the North
A duo. for two oiniios. "Ln Tola Am. Cnrolinn Fuel company, which promises
r T 1 e- I I .
-wrs. lonnston, oi .Mossy trccK, lenn., g()ncsn," wns prettily rendered by Misses tne mnnuiiiclure ol fuel gas. presented an
Glennic Tomlinson nnd Mamie I'roud- oruinnnce to me iionru oi Alilermcn Inst
is licic to attend the commencement exer
cises of the Asheville Female College.
Her dmightcr, Miss Allie Johnston, is a
member oi the graduating class.
Waldo A. Penrce, district agent of the
R. & D. R. R. at Boston, and F, B. Price,
district agent at Philadelphia, were nt
the Battery Park this morning. They
left for Spartanburg on the U o'clock
Mr. S. D. Maddin, of the Fuel Gns
Company, left this morning for Knox
night and asked that it be passed. Its
text grants the company iermission to
lay their pijies through the streets of the
city. The ordinance pussrd its first rend
Mr. E. D. Carter, for A. Freck, com-
lilnincd of the reMirt of the jury on Ha-
She responded with "Capa- ,e ,trrct ond n"kcd t,"1 "lort lie
notatiopteu. Air. rearson ulso siiokc
foot. Miss Love Milliard followed witii
"Drier Rose," a recitation of considera
ble merit. Its delivery by Miss Milliard
The violin solo, "Cnliph of Bngdnd,"
wns so prettily played by Miss Annie
.iicwry tiiui tne auinece tlcmaniled a
THAT BEAUTIFUL LOT ON
7(1x100. Apply to
A. WKBF.R, Owner,
Or T. M. Campbell, Asieni.
If MI'NK WASI KI..
A larav aeeoarf hand im-L iH i
In. ...J " 7-
T., Citlaen Office.
A. II. CX)J3B,
LEGAL, TECHNICAL AND COMMERCIAL
UiWIS MADDUX. Frea
IN ALL HIZliK FOR FAMILY
L. P. McLOltU, Vlcc-Prea.
uisscross:-Lewis Maddns, M.J. Heard en, M.J. Para. J. B. Rank).
a. s. Keea, ueo. 8. Powell, c. M. McLond.
f. B. RANKIN, Cajhler
J. B. Ray, J. R. Reed
AND HOTKL U8U.
Guaranteed lo be Ocrtn Proof.
ALL 8IZB8 KBPT IN STOCK.
Gold, Silver, Ivory, Oak. Gilt and Combl-
nation Mouldings. Also Room Monldinas.
Pictures Matted, Mounted an") Pramed at
lowest prices and work guaranteed. Bnirrav-
Ings, Paintings and Local Vlewa alwaya on
a b. main St., AaheTlUe.
Organised May 1st, 1888.
CAPITAL. S50,000. SURPLUS, $15,000
suic, vounty anrl CityDpoaltory
Doea a General Banking Business. DepoaiU received. Bch.n iw.i..
lecton.mad, on all arceMlble points. The Saving Pe.tnre will recHve aoeci.1 .
Onallanms Intnl. department, deposited for four montn. ne t.. i. .t
of 4 per cent, per annum will be paid. rate
sotete1rma!d0,, "" " Wl"Cl, wU1 p,lccd llon, time on real
Open from 9 a. m. to 8 p. m. On Saturdays the Saving Department will beopeat.ll n p. a.
A CAR LOAD OP
ONB OP THB
In the South.
Service and table Pint
p.. . , . m
WALK PROM THB
Pass the door erery lO
Por terms addreaa
H. J. GREENWELL, Proprietor.
FRESH - LIME
In Bulk or
Offlcc No. 30 Patton Aveuue.
Only S Mile from Aabeiue on the A. & 8 Ral,rod rf
Tile nea.M mmh.Iu .
o mmerai apnngs to be found In the South.
48 Springs on Less Than 40 Arrr.
Chalybeate,! Iron, eulnhur, epaom. alum, and a- , .7 .
mat are used in curing indigestion, liver and kidnrv .r..i.i. .V. 77 nIW eomblnaHoaa,
pepala and chronic rtcl .h.aJacta.'Vs.tK; ehrocd
itt irara. Many are buying lota to build resort ii. .L. i i """i ,anl water
at nominal price, to adeeftij ,h. taJSb. S X""
$o to $30 Per Month, or $i Per Day.
Pll,".7 9f? return at 7
P. m. fare 38 cents.
OTIS A. MILLER,
Skyland P. O., 1H. C.
TBLKPHONB NO. 441.
Warehonae at Depot.
P. O. Dos 034.
C. E. MOODY.
HOTEL ! ARMOND-HOTEL BONNYCRESf
SKYLAND MINERAL SPRINGS, N. C.
Eight Miles South of Aahcville, on the A. A s. B-IIro-t.
New hotels, new cottages, new furniture, beautiful
graas, neat tennis and croquet lawaa,
CDMMENCINO AWNOAY, JUNE 2ND,
48 MINERAL SPRINGS.
White Sulphur, Alum, Magnesia, Iron and Bosom.' Tlm -il. .
It..." '0t " 10 T'',th,, P,""'t 'Uhenu7.
Miss Hessic Kvcves told nbotit tlielicro- nK""t tbt rcmrt. The rrisirt was not
ism of a newsboy in n rccitntion entitled nccl'. unii a new jury wns ordered on
Elfin Star Comedy Go.
E. A. LeVENE,
ville. The plnnt for the miiniiliicturc ol "Jrv." It wns one of the most jilcns-l,ne trect M'. IVnrsnn proposed to
gas was ordered last flight by telegraph.
It will he two months before It is com
pleted. Kcv.JolinC. Troy ofMurjihy will nd
dfss the gospel meeting for young men
at the Young Men's Christian Associa
tion to-morrow afternoon at liveo'clock.
Subject: "Steps to Eternal Life." All
young men are invited to attend.
I. B, Wallace will open a reading room
especially for the colored people in the
hall under Brown & Cudger't store on
Monday night. The ministers of the va-
aut features of the evening. A humorous
recitation by Miss Willie Kuy, "Irish
Kutc on the Chinese Oiiestion," wns
well done, and the program wns closed
with a tnmhouriiie drill by twenty-six
TYLER BANK COUNTER.
ILLTJfTRATf t IH fOLAHt a aw s. a-a.
take the full block of bond, for tli, mnr- 1'.:?
ket house nt 103. He n.ked that H I IyIIA lTcI't. JlH.'T
rrrflHjl llSlMlrli.ll.Uaul i.- Ilill I 1 -a. ' "
uuiinHii wi S.UW III KIlinrT, I JOOC-",
nt he cxKxtcti in puvr thcitrcct tictwevn
Prodndtif a Repertoire of the
ATI RDAY NIGHT, JliKK TH.
la Head's Celebrated l'aatura llrama hi
I Asheville, N. C.
Near ratfenerr Depot..
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Maaalacturrr. and Dealers la all kinds of Umatd "
Doot, Saah, Blind, Monldin;a, Stalrworh, Mantcto, Bank
and Bar Fixture, and all klnda of Rssiidiaaar .-.
a . - . : s
nnru nooa Lumber work a
or 1. dl, Tal.phc.na No.
the city property unit the McLoud lots,
young ladies of the ciilisthcnic class. It not wal,t il 'P for grading I" piano ln.iruni.,n. wi.'hcs m mA'iV!
o. II.. i. 1. 1.. ' I herenfler. Tli is mi ,.... o.I I T."" 'T?n" " aneuulvalenlfur hoanl I ltl... m ....
II oTh t luisis1""""' p"pU' M "iwasniwi KncCU.
was exceptiouully clever and thenudienct
could huve watched the graceful move
ments much loneer than tbcv continued.
The nnmes of the participants are as fol
lows: Mary Alexander, Sadie Alexander,
Mury Atkins, Dottie Atkinson, Lillie At
kinson, Ada Bnrhnni, Martha Ilarwtild,
hereafter. This wns granted.
Mr.J. S. Adnms asked that the brick
paving be extended on Court Place, be
tween Dickerson't store, the First Na
tional bank and the court boast fence
I to the McLoud building. He stated that
the hank would par the expense and let
it be taken out of their taxes.
rious colored chnrchrs will co-operate Carrie Fnrman. niiiuche Featherstnnr. Mr. P. A. McNish offered to pave nnv
with him and try to mnke it nn attractive Nellie Hvnson, Ellen Tenlnnd, Willie Rny, trects In the city with tielgian blocks at
place for them to spend their evenings. Ilcssie Kcevcs, Bonnie Reeves, Artie Rice, u3 lr l"nre yard nnd to furnish
Rev. I. J. Hull, D.D.,who Is to prench UaKr SnwV". '""' Smith, Louise cubing from three to five Inches thick at
..n.r n...:.f ,.u..i. Smith, Anna Smith, Mnggie Smith. Ella 3!l cents per foot.
in this city to-morrow night, received ShnrP' ?nrrie sPrinkl. Glennie lomlin- Mr. O. L. McIh.nnld asked permission
his theological education at Spurgeon's "on ta,tn wnra- W'bur and " o,. oms ..n on tne property
iuiuuc itiruwruuKji. ,fci.M hw,u ,ii, . mwn( nnn pre-
At its conclusion the audience dis- lrmtd tne written permission of the par-
pcrscd. I ties living within 200 frrt of the place.
To-tlny there arc no exercises. To-1 Tn recuet was granted.
morrow the bnccalnurente sermon will Mr-A. Rankin asked for a sewer on
be prenched at the Central Methodist plint treet, from Starnes to Cherry
church by Bishop Fitigerald, and on street, 200 fcct. The matter was referred
V aoaa6ool ahooflns. ' I Monday night will be theaiinuulmusical I t0 th ewer committee with power to
Tne Asheville Rifle club hod a shooting Tuesday evening the torn- net. Mr. Miller was authorised to have
match yesterday afternoon at their men--ement proper will take place. th wlk P'ne itreet put down,
grounds In Northeast Asheville. The tub art lkvrk. in pursuance of the order of the board
mntch wns conjnctrd, by t Creedmoor ' The college hulls were well filled with made some time agoi'
rules and Mr. N. A. Reynolds mndc the appreciative observers yesterday after The salary of the policemen was re-
best score 87 but of 100. This wai nt oun- The special attraction was the uticed from 100 to li.0 per month, and
a distance of 200 ynnhj and it is claimed " "P'y in tlie aecond hull the walls the six present policemen were re-elected,
UluV... I t. . .....
I. 'id Conservatory .,r M...1 ta . f!T
takt a limited nuniWr of piano pupils' after
Juneia. Call or addreaa at
June .Id I w No. 00 B ,lle ..r
College, London, and it now the popu
lar pastor of the Baptist Tabernacle,
Raleigh, N. C. On Wednesday Dr. Hall
delivered a beautiful and eloquent liter
ary address at the Juilson College com-l
mentemcnt at llcndcrsonville.
rilll Hlts'at N.MStk Paswl .a - . M ....
ftirni.hMi r-;m--.r;rj"Tj - " r'""m.r
omtT ana cnurch,
uoai oa laae. Apnir
janeil "w,Mb,u' " th.rk.toa. a. c,
F. A CUMMINUB,
Atlorncjr-at-liw 4k Notary Pabllc,
NO. IS LKOAL BLOCK.
20 Int. la Ck.iii'i o. I....
city llmlu. a.
PalnVSock "a wty. near
,-.H1,uCTTI "S" nor Header.
o.. P?' '"a the
aivpus. urar UJs
within ease walk at p.Mit- J.,,r
.Tiavlna cajrlajn and mules, "
i and ic. on premlcca, aad I M,"d' '
lake. Apply to I
Store houw. No. 13 Patton avrase,
araslnn si ven June I , ntro.
Deal en In Wall Paper, Window Shade and Patent Haarera,
Paiata. Oils aad Varalakea, Manrj'a Ml.rd Pai.u aad Colors. Wladow mass, Wa
Preach and Amrrleaa
We keep la stock St. Louis sad Keatack; Uad. . mstif
A WIND STORM
Mmy Come and f, but we arc Here to Sell Good and ar
(joint; to Sell Them.
DID YOU HEAR WHAT WE SAID?
i -j rT. "n aner
' - . - uuua. .or paw or m, t . ti
or aildrwa. a. j, . ... .
No, 00 Hallejr stmt.
nrst rlasa Ktian. au . . .
fr,::.'!r.i"-u" "sy ssz
poit HUNT JULY 1T,
I'snto eallrrr nrer Laar'a
Knglian and French
B0AR0IH8 ANO DAY SCHOOL
FOR YOUHfl LADIES AND UTTLI BIMJ,
No. 40 Preach Hroad Arena.
ni, mvnuWIH ArTLANO, . MINCIrAL
to be tlie best ever done in this State.
Another Bla Mala.'
CaptjNntt Atkinson, W,,, T., Reynolds
ndH.C toBlk yle awatri," of the
109 ajfte (tas4 tiJalerrtooi avenue,
known as tbt Spears propertr, have sold
an interest io it to Captain P. P. Patton,
0. C. Wadded, W. W. Barnard, C. E.
Graham, C.M.McLood,J..C1y and
J. B.Boatfc on bau) of 1100,000. ' "
of which were covered with the work of It having been derided to increase the po
me an stiiuents. 1 ne subjects of the " rce Dy two men John Edwards and
paintings were varied, extending from J M. Young were elected.
tlie tiny Ho wer to the snow-capped Mr. Miller presented s statement of the
nuniain.T many expression 01 aumir- city's finances which show! a defli-it of
aison were snown nomine penowers by t5,918,80. It was ordered that Cupt
the well executed work and the happy Troy be instructed to iustiend all work
selection of models. on lbf itrt.ti Bnt tb, finBncB,
Oronpa No. 1, by Miss' H. Tata and condition of the dty be bettered. It
K.S,,by Mua Kiaculd, both of Ten- was ordered that telephone connect Ml
aviracuun, oe snaoe witn th fir departrofnt
1 unto llrry over Law', store. Hare's ,
Mf.n,.-. i'"h,i J?"rtor" V ""ntlnVL! 'Pntmanryear. Assoetate Prinetpal of Mi.
pnrtnirntinimmnlous nnd eaJV of areesa . . Vrraoa lastltnte, BalllmoyT)
ffi'i'.r """. NKIN' cn7 "'yarp.of eompratrnt tearbers
Jiine4.ltf nft Bouth Mala .treat. n ol
gTBNtXJHAPIIV AND TVPB WRITINH.
zz'r,,rana' "-" Apply
aVtsaal at la........
Ml MM B.
A. P, Colleat.
harder? Pr'Prrd mHk toon" tof "
mm, a. b-.cimmukmlin.
flr Church atrert,
lloaar oa Prench Hroad Sreaua. lo
water and sewer connections! alao tamaeia.
T 1 na. loeatloa aad View. Tnas mmmr.
ApptV to OBO. P. BCOTT.
JuweHlw North Coaet anuaea.
A nrat alaaa mntmmm . .
rtquleed, Apni, .t Uui."
po BALK. .
Th. MataHal umI.ij 1 -i -l, .
loth aaat to remnM .. ZL.
all at BAXDABU. lieu a, I.TTv
W. have Straw Hats 1 cent lo SO cenu each. Bplendld line of Bhocs cbtaprr tbaa aajr
latkerhoaae-Mtheaa. Nln aad Tea Quarter Bhlrtlna by the cue. Prints, Cllaghsats,
c, Ac., at any price you would aak then. oma all sulk I., n 1. . .. .
- - sw per yafi, .
Would say a or. but this will convince yon,
AHhevillc Dry Goods Co.,
'"" l.inoorneiow Prauhnaa Co.'s Hard
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
17 Haywofjd Street.
All WATER THOROUGHLY riLTBHBD on the rTemltM.
Twwty-Cvs years of peaetkal asperieaea, eoBbined with paasoaat, attention to all' dl
Ulls of ths haslaasi aad perlket atraaBnarass for CLSULwaas aad rttaiTT of all (oao.-
aiaaafaetand, saabts the proprietor to prearat so Bis aMaerosis patrons a s peri or Haas of"
Carboaatad Bs.siaais. :' '
Vichy and Seltacer Water In Siphon.
aad an las various aaror. of ODA WATBB toady Ibr sarpasant aad dtHrsred
s. la f. u-'.- r-s . r, , riftllBIS.
' C WU CAJiraBtX.