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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 9, 180O
TMaiit Citizrn win be published every
..lernoon (except Sunday) at the full.wtng
rate Btrictly cash:
One Year 96.00
Six Month 3.00
Three Monthe 1.60
One Month., 60
One Week 16
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afternoon lu every purt of the city tooureub
acrinere, and partloa winning it will please
call at the Citiikn office.
AnvKKTium Hatkb Kcnsonnble, and made
known on application at this olHce. All
tramlent advertisements must be paid in ad
The Citizkn la the moat extensively circu
lated and widely read uewspuuer In Western
lta diacuasiou of public men and measures
la in the interest of public intcuritv, honeat
Kovernnieut, nnd pruH-rius industry, und it
knows no pcreuuul ullcKiuucciu treutillK pub
Specimen copies of any edition will be sent
free to any one sctlillne; tlli-ir MddreHa.
Reading- nuticca teu cents per line. Obitu
ary, marriage and eocicty notices titty cents
each (uot ekeccdiua: teu liuesj or tit'ty ecul.
MONDAY, JUNE 9, 11)0.
THE DA11.V CIT1ZKIS
la on sale at the following places iu Asheville:
ClTIZiJN 01- l'lCli.
UATTBKY PAKK NliWS STAND.
01.BN ROCK NHWS STAND.
MU1IKL ClliAK STumi, 1'utton Ave.
J. CARSON'S NliWS STOKli, North Court
PERTINENT AND PERSONAL
PREACHED BY BISHOP FITZ
A SCHOLARLY ADDRESS AT THE
News About AMlitfvllllaiiM and of
Bttruuifvra Within Our uutes).
Col. Frank Coxc luts returned tro:
Mrs. S. II. Milliard is visiting lit I if. V
A summer sclu ml will Ik licit! here tin
ilia July uud August.
J. B, Dawson ntitl wile, of Clinrlnlte
lire at the Swan union.
Miss Mattie (.rcvii, of llristul, Teuti
is at the Graiul Central.
The liltiti Star Cometly company 1'
yesterday for Oretnville, Tenu.
The capital of the I', A. IVnutis wood
working companv has lieen increaset
f: Jin $00,000 to $"i,0til.
Mrs. Maitlaiid's school closed for th
summer on June oth and tlieyouiij; l.nlic
haw all lett lor their homes.
The petition lieiiii? circulated tiv tin
postolliix' clerks here for a hill liir sluivte
hours, has over one hundred signers.
V. H. I'caver, chief of the 1'iuioii lc
Urtive Agency, kit yesterday for Kit
ville to take lidward Ko.tch to Middles
Mrs.Jutl,'e C. Ii. rcnner ami family, i
.New Orleans, are at their summer honu
in Kauiiith. Mi. I'a ne.ul New Orleans
is visiting them.
J. A, Henderson till from the root ot a
house on Academy street Saturday, ant
broke his left arm three inches Itclow tin
The street cars were not riinuiii lot
several hour:) to-day Itecause of an acci
dent at tliciumcr station. Ail urniaturt
was burued out.
Miss Hermit- l.cilltfticr. n graduate
the Asheville Female College, is liere foi
the commenceineiit. She is at Calif. K
II. Johnson's, on North Main street.
The tallies of Asheville are requested t
meet at the Y. M. C. A. rooms Wednes
day, June 1 1, ut r.;in p. in. lor the pur'
pose ol oryaniiiv a Woman's Industrial
C. W. Urown. Jesse K. Stnrnes anil K
(I. Johnson left last nilit forWilmiuloi
to aiteticl the nieetiiii; ol the North Car
olina undertaker's association to I
held there this week.
Chief clerk (1. II. Morris, of Census
Siiiervior Ilurdwicke's office, has re
ccivctl reports from nineteen counties in
this district. The enumerators report
everything proyreasing smoothly.
The new ojiera house will lie opened in
August with nn nninteur performance ol
ii comic opera. The players will lie nliout
the same as were in the "Little Tycoon,'
with the nddition of two Ilaltimorc lathes.
W. S. Lnyton, who will Ik; rememliered
bs a pugilist who guve several c.xliilii
tions at Opera Hall ami was arrested
after the last, Is iu Wilmington nnd is en
terimiung local (ports witli spnrring
matches. The Messenger ss.nks highly
of the entertainments.
SherilT Kevnohls hus received a lei lei
from the C.oldslmro iisyluin authorities
saying that Stokes Hall, who was lounrl
at Leicester in a demented condition, was
never an iumnteof that uhvIuui. The pa
er will be made out uud Hull w ill be
sent there at once.
The band festival held at Skylaml
Springs on Saturday was a decided suc
cess, Over $73 were realized. A match
game of baseball between the Skvland
club anil nu Asheville club was one of the
features of the day, ami resulted in a di
feat for the Asheville
standing 10 to 8.
vliili, the score
II Im Not Appreciated.
The action of the citv council in reduc
ing the pay of policemen from $i!(l to $.'(
per month, Is causing considcrnble com
ment in police circles. They say it is un
fair, ni tbry bring enough money in fines
into the city treasury to pay their sala
ries, nnd arc in that way no expense,
The newly elected Klircmcn say that al
though they arc grateful for the offer
they cannot afford to ueeept at the re
The Mnvor's Court.
Sandy Foster wui liefbrej the Mayor
thisr morning charged with disorderly
conduct. lie was fined $.'!, Ijigcnr
Ciitinmgham and Lee Alexander, who in
dnlgcd in on affray Saturday night In
which Alexander was liu-1 on his head,
were tinea o ene ii, joiin remand was
fined $3 fur an nlliny with Frank l'resslv
on North Main street Saturday, Davir
Kay was fined $11 for an assault on Mol
f'' Wieao narsirea Talk.
Lbt Mtl, perehaseu by 0. A. Starue
Ut tile Pent-son Auction ' sold to-day for
Km advance of $fi00 to Mr. l'eurson.
Lots No. 1 and 3, bought by Mr. Stnrnes
on Saturday on Hill street, sold, to-day
for an advance of4143 and 9125'ttspeo-tAvels-.
' . .
Stir I'p the Ota of iiod wlilcli Is) In
Thee An Eloquent Her
1 lie Central Methodist ehtircli was
tilled long before eleven o'clock yesterday
morning, with those eager to hear Itishop
0, 1'. Fitzgerald deliver the baccalaureate
sermon to the Asheville Female College
graduating class. Shortly utter eleven
the young tallies from the college entered
uud seated themselves directly in front ol
the pulpit. They were alt attired in light
dresses. The llishop entered shortly af
terwards, The music was furnished by
the regular choir, with the addition ol
Mr. Dcnison, barytone.
llishop Fitzgerald's text was taken
from 11 Timothy i;ti; "Stir up the gift of
God, which is in thee."
He preached a most clotpicnt ami Imiti
Lit ill sermon.
"Voting ladies of thegraduatingelass,"
he said, "in days of chivalry, it is said
that each knight chose some motto anil
had it put on his shield or on the hilt ol
his sword. It expressed his dominant
passion or purpose of life, nnd was nn
ever nrcsvut reminder of the cause to
which he was devoted or the woman lie
loved. 1 haveehoseuaiuotloforthisliour
which is not of earthly sentiment, hut
taken from the word of Ootl, and
presses the thought of Cod for us in the
spirit of our lives."
The language of the text is the Inn
guage of an old minister of the gosiel to
i young Christian friend. It has refer-
nee to a particular gilt and work, but
will apply to nil gifts ami work, if bv
ill's help e learn the meaning ol it
The first general suggestion is that all
ills are from Hod. Our lieing anil bless
ing and lives and possibilities are all
ills ol Hod. This is a truism, l'erhaps
vim t tint K it is linrtliv w line to announce
ikIi a truism on such an occasion and
to such a crowd. .No voting lady reared
a Christian home ami receiving the
instruction ol Christian teachers doubt:
the statement that there is a divine trea
r and that all we ami our Hssessions
mil possibilities tire the gilts of Hod. I
suppose that amidst the grandeur ami
uty of this Land of the Sky, or tin
icatily ol the Swannauoa singing its
wav on to the French llroad, nnd on to
he Uolstou, the Ohio, the Mississippi
ml the Hull. 1 s.iy that iu the midst ol
this grandeur and beauty it is hardly
possible tor a man or woman to advo-
ate the theorv that matter is eternal
nil that we higher human lieiugs come
from the lowest forms of animal life to
our present state of civilization. You
o not believe that. You are no kin to
the monkey or the iik. 1 tin not belong
o that family. They are not my ances
tors, lam a chiltl ol (toil, mailt' in lus
image and endowed with selKonslituled
thought; endowed with the instinct ol
immortality and of love, and ltoie ol
Hotting Hod anil enjoying him forever
when 1 shall have gone through the
ales of the grave into the sweeter lile
Young ladies, you arc the children ol
Hod, and may you this morning
uowlcdgc Hod as your creator, ami
take him into your lives nnd thoughts.
Let your existence connect itself with
him. Know particularly that all smxial
ifts are from Hod. It is not bv accident
that this world shows such n variety of
intellectual endowment, aptitudes and
proiciisitics. Men are born for all works
and are called for them. A great ileal ol
ss is incurred by the wrong adaptation
and uever reaching the plan Hot! desired
for us, 1 believe Hod has a plan lor every
le. Iiotl intends that all work shall he
one bv somebody. Somebody is adaii-
teil to each Sncinl work, Jiacll one of
ou has n swcial gift, I jich one of you
a genius. When I scnk of genius, you
Innk of poetry, art or sjucial gifts iu the
high endowments. 1 have nothing to
suy of t hut line of genius, for after all the
most precious gills to woman arc what
ight bccnllcdcommongifts. Not reallv
common but undervalued by the world
One of the most precious gifts to wo
nu is, as Shuksare says iu "Leah,"
a low, sweet voice." Stir that up. You
y! "How can wc do it? our voices
re horn in us," and young Indies I want
to tell you sometliini:. The whole sys
tem is modulated by the reflex action of
the moral nature. The cultured woman
in the true sense, shows her culture in
every syllable and movement. A cultured
woman always shows culture in her
voice. All voices are not naturally mu
sicnl, but holy affection and thought
modulate the speech, and you can acquire
that precious gift, a low sweet voice.
Young Indies, each one of you inny have
this gift, nnd each one of you may Ik
lienuliful, Woman loves beauty and Hod
loves Uuiity, or he would never have
made it. All organs by which the soul
liuilscxpression lire modified by nil things
in your nature.
Music is a precious gill to woman. It
it not given to all alike. A great deal ol
time nnd money have been Snt trying
to make n musician nut of one not
born for it. It is well to try to cul
tivate what talent you have, but if
yon have none nt nit it is best to try
something else. I tune tried for eighteen
mouths to learn to play on the violin,
nnd at the expiration or the time I could
not piny the half of one tune, while a
negro boy who attended to the room
hnd picked it up at odd moments and
learned to play every tune be heard. 1
gave him the violin uud retired as a per
former lorever. It is not every young
Indy who loves music that makes a mu
sician, Thsy lack tune, time and touch.
Not every young lady is intended to bs
to reproduce landscapes, faces and flow
ers after God has made them, and I love
to visit the studios and art galleries
where these productions are exhibited.
I have visited many schools and walked
through muny art departments and
wondered at what I saw, I have seen
impossible landscapes; animals that
would have made Ilarnum's fortune if
he conld have exhibited them ; trees such
as never grew on hind, and ships such as
never sailed on water. My genius can
not describe the productions of inverted
genius that I have seen
Bantalu Week ait Law'siT
The prices for this week will astonish
everybody. See large ad. in this paper.
I was fortunate enough to secure a large
lery nt a great ba'gain, the only fault
using mere is not a inrgequantity ot any
one, though you can always get a dozen
or set alike. He sure to call this week nt
57, 5) and Gl South Main street.
Mrs. S. T. Rorer. Dnneiiinl of the Phil
adelphia cook i lie school, will be in Ashe.
I have also villc May 16 for a two week's course of
cookinu lessons. All who hove taken he
cook book and "Table Talk" are well
a ware of her ability to demonstrate the
science ot cooking. It is an opportunity
of which every woman iu Asheville shoiiitl
seen productions that exhibit the inde
scribable touch of an artist. Anvonc
possessing that gift may lie thankful.
Stir it up.
Oenius cannot be repressetl. There has
never ucen any repression ol it, nnu tiny PaTW. A. Foster, Steve Walters ami
attempts have only i in veiled the move-1 hite have oiiened a first-class bar
ments for a while, for genius overcomes
nil difficulties mid barriers. Hut going
buck ; the most precious gifts of Hod are
not these. Hod gives some women the
gift of household magic, taste and neat
ness. Some do not possess this, l'er
haps they luherit from their mother or
grandmother the gift of disorder, if there
tier shon under Drown & Hudtfer'a store.
nna iney rescctlully solicit the patron
age of the public.
WfCall nt Tnvlor. Houis & Itrother-
ton's, -3 I'nttou avenue, for Mason's
improved fruit jars and rubbers. I 'rices
llour is not only the best but thecheooe'st,
im.The King's Daughters will give nn
Li Ltrininmni ,ti tnt, ,,.-, na- urn-,,.
issucnngiu. mien suen n woman tw- bouse Fridav night. See advertisement
comes a Housekeeper, go to see the chaos A
oi me nouse. aome innerit me lack ol it .. .... .... . . ,
, , ,, . , . , , . . " ' isv ami wish co ijcvomc
household magic but It can be cultivated, healthy mid wealthy also, vou will use
Hut there are others who both iiosscss Kollcr King or Klectric Light flour; lc-
and cultivate it. These are paradises S"1". Ule Aslieville .Milling Company's
, ...., a
aim poems, sweeter inan snaKsm'are or
Milton ever sung. Akin to this or connec
ted with it is whutisconsidered u homely
gilt, that of cooking. Not that every Indy
hotihl go into the kitchen, but she
night to know how and see that it is
lone right. Hood cooking makes gootl
health; good health makes good temiier;
good temper makes happy homes; happy
homes make good neighborhoods, und
jood neighborhoods make happy na
tions, So vou see it all ilccml8 on the
Another gift is sympathy. This is wo
man's gill, and I sometimes think it is
her diviuest gift. What would the world
lie without it. Young Indies, when you
go forth into active life, no higher destiny
Mrstc Miss Whitloek.
Wantkii W. H. Mimily.
Notick Hiehmontl IVarson.
I'hk Sii.k ail Wiiutltln street.
issni.rrioN Herring & Weaver.
M S T. Kovhh Cnokinu Lectures.
I Mmv M.'ii'Pkstivi. KiiiK'alnuiKhlers.
Wt the untlerslirnril harrthls .In ,ll..,,lvl
piirliur.lnp lir mutual eiMlsi-nt. All i.lieja
tintiN not otherwise nroviilt-d for win iw nt
by J II. Wmver Anv accounts tlu Ihp firm
tire piiyalile to either.
. . . HKKKINO fc WBAVKK.
This 7lh ilny of Muy, 1MU0.
The itnlrrsiKned have thia dav frirmed n
iluirtittrsliiu under the nam n'n.t tvi ,.r
VC.-v.r.l- M f....u ...
could I wish tor you than that you enrrv t'"' "oe business in nil its brum ho. at
",,i vt iirmnKA nravrr. :1 i eat.
the gift of sympathy with you.
F.ach one has a siecial work to do.
,. . .. .
linn uas caoscn our pain, ami wc are
borne along whether wc will or not.
lien wc tlo tlic work God intends us to
do, wc find the sweetness of life in doing
)t. Hod sees that duty and delight nre
tiiseparaoie, ll wc lio our lltltv our
whole life tlows along smoothly in the
way iu which the sunshine will fall.
Ashevillr, June n, Ihoo'
OHM . WKAVKK.
J. .NllMKIS MVK1S.
BALLARD. RICH & BOYCE,
Stovcs nnd Tinware
PLUMBING, GAS ANO STEAM FITTING, SLATE
AND TIN ROOFING.
FAINTS and OILS.
THE PASTEUR FILTER,
N AI.I. 8IZHS FUR FAMILY
AND IIOTIil. t'SH.
(uarttuteed to be Cienn Proof.
AI.I. SUItS KUl'T IN STUCK.
C.uld, Silver, Ivory, Oak, Ollt anil Comlil-
nation Moulding. Alan Koom Mouldings.
I'ieturea Matted, Mounted and Framed at
lowest prli-es nnd work (runrantreil. Hnxrav
Ings. Pnlntlncs and Local Vlewa alwnj s on
aa S. Main St., Asheville.
anr IN d
f have .in men tnnkinu Sit) daily nnd wan
niori'. on iiiKtnioua new uattntino can
russiiiK or esiienenee neocssnrv. Address
. ll. .mcmh iv. urn ua. New tlrlrnns. I
Thoroneh instruction In ln.lr,,mnl on
viK-nl mine itiven hv Miss Wh,il,v
Wooiltin street. Asheville. K. l.
.luni iii it,
Fine Kowwond I'lnno for anlr ehenp
St) Woodlin street, Asheville, N. C.
jiine-.'u i in
the hours of S and fl p m. during thia week
In mv aliaenra T. C. McNcelv will rrnrr.
MRS. S. T. RORER
Will Ikllv.ra Sirleaof
IN ASHEVILLE BEGINNING JUNE 16, 1890.
Circulars with terms will be distributed
a few days.
All those dealrlng lessons can send their
names to Mrs. J U.Martin.
TH j?; DAIRY MAIDS
I'NDBR Al SPICES OP THB
FOR MHNHFIT OF THK
the Farmers' Warehouse Friday night
13th. Admission 10 cents. Kclreahmenta
(.'apllallHlN Here l.ooklnir After
ror tae past two or tha-e days n p.irtv
f northern Kcnlk-men has tjcen stoiiiiini;
it inc lialtcry rarlt lloti-l, cn route to
he siiiniiiit of the lllue Kidjjc in Jackson I 'urehnaera of lota at the anleeofjune
coiiiitv. The first arrivals on Thursday-1 3 and 4 who have not vet nni.l ih. ir
weic Messrs. A. II. Fuller. I puhlisher of money will plena, call at my . Hlice between
me iirocKinii i.iiierprisei Horace Kieli
niiind, 15. 1'. Jinks and B. M. Thompson,
of llrockton, Mass., nnd these were fol
lowed on Saturday hy Messrs. S. E. Bar
ton, president of the F.leetric Mutual In
surance company of Huston; J. V. rhin
ney of Stou)liton, Mass., president of the
Western .North Carolina Corundum com
pany; . l. MacUiustcn and I,. Stier-
inner, ckvtriial cnv.iuccrs; V, J. Jeiiks
electrical exK-rt of the li'al tleparlment
of the Fdisnn Ukvtric I.i'uht company,
and I-.. F. Iiavis, electrician, nil of Xcw
These ".cntlcmcn were mxivid by
Messrs. C. X. nnd A. K. Jenks of this citv
nnd thecourtcsiesof the Asheville Klcctric
Kailway were cxtcndrtl liv Cn.pt. T. V.
I'ntton in the form of n sK-cinl ear from
the station nnd carriage from Court
rtnee to the hotel, nntl to the resilience
of Mr. C. X. Jenks where his visitlnu
brothers nnd Mrs. W.J. Jenks, who ac
companied the party, were entertained
In the evening a meeting of the stock-
hottlcrs of the Western North Carolina
Mining company, (the incorporatinn of
winch was noted in Tim Citizkn some
weeks since) wns held nt the office of
Jenks & Jenks, nnd a x'rmnnetit orguni-
wition ellcclcil by the adoption of by
laws nnd the choice of the followimi trus
tees: A. II. I-utter, of llrockton, Mass.:
S, II. Kiiton, K. N. Dyer, I,. Slieriniwr.W.
J. Jenks, ol New Vork citv. A siihscmicnt snle,
itiM-tiiiL' of the trustees resiilu-il In ih.. Iune0dt
choice of the following officers: president,
A. II. Fuller; vice-president, S. II, Union :
secretary and treasurer, W. J. leaks'
Kcnenil siiH.-rintendeut, C, X. Jenks.
The pnrty, which includes several in
vited xucsts of the company, left this
morning on horseback nnd in carriages,
for HoKback Mountain on the border
line of Trnnsvylvania nnd Jackson coun
ties, where they exjiect to arrive to-morrow
evening. A club headquarters capa
ble of accoinmodu ting tweuty to thirty
members has been erected on the main
top of the mountnin, about 4,700 feet
altitude, overlooking the oropcrty of
several thousand acres winch has been
act) ui red for the purpose of a game pre-
It will be remembered that in May of
lust year a small party of friends
wh'ch included Mr. I'. II. Alexander, of
the Sawyer Ma ii I-.lectric company, stop
tl here on their return from a ten days
trip from Dillsboro, through Franklin,
Highlands, Cashier's Valley and llrevnrd,
down the French llroad. The isolated
location and remarkably heavy timber
of the section north of Hogback Summit,
as well as the number of bear, deer, otter
und other animals which there find
naturul harbor, determined two or three
of them to acquire und protect this prop
erty, and their action is the result of this
The capital represented by the mem1
bers of the new company is very large,
and it may well be a source of congratu
lation to the people of this section of the
L! , .. 1 At... - ! . r ,i . .
oiiitv viuii me vuiiiiug ui inc present
party win nroiwMV lie but the brat af
series ol visits to the section, for the
Hunting and trout hshins afforded bv
the retreat now equipped with all the ac
cessories of a first-class hunting club, It
is bv such means that the best interests
of the western counties will be promoted
through the more general information as
to climate and natural wealth aiven to
THAT BEAUTIFUL LOT ON
78xtOO. Apply to
A. WKBES1, Owner,
Or J. M. Campbell, Agent.
D BALKS IX
FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Agent for Rccms Creek Woolen Mills.
North Mala Aaheellle, N. C
A Indy from the North, who has rirrlrncc
In pliino Instruction, wlahea a linnrillnu; place
where lessons will be aneoulvaicntfor hoard.
Also will take a few private pupils. Address
... ,f., r IF. uui 0119.
Miss Kate L. Reynolds, of the New Bna
land C'onaervatnry of Music, Boston, will
take a limited number of niann t.u.Jla n
jhci, vsii urnwimssi
O. L. McllONALI)',
jlrticadlw No. DO U illey street,
Mlaa Xlara C
I'la., will take a
Reynolds, of at. Auanstlne,
few DUIllla In llotanw .ft..
.lime ii. leaf dooks ror sate or rent. Call
oraoiirraaat u, 1. MCIHINAI.D'H,
juueauiw No. SO Bailey street
JfOR RUNT JULY 1ST.
(rallery over Law's store. Tlare's
ayiiani, panora ann pnntina; ac-
psrlmenti eominoilioua and eaay of access.
ivtni u osAsuan, ssssin ax 1.(1..
june4dtr 08 aouth Main street
The tnatelial contained In stahla m tn nar
aaain aircec in rear or unambera. larvla AV
Co. 'a store. Parties can have till Autrust
loth next to remoTc aame. for fuMrri-Ur
call at BALDARl), RICH Sr lldYCJi,
LIME! LIME! LIME
ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1890.
TERMS STRICTLY CASH WITH ORDER
In quantities not leaa than one ton at factory , nc. ner honrfa
In iiuantltiea not less than one hnlf ton nt factory tic, " "En,lta.
Olio pounds, 01) tickets, 1 0 pounds cm h
7flo " in " so
1O00 " 10 " 100
No lee will be delivered without cnah or ticketa. Tickets now on sale at the office of the
Asheville Ice & Coal Company.
Telephone No. 36 and 40. No. 30 Pattou Avenue.
JE1XICO COAL AT RETAIL.
For Grate, soo.H For Stoves). ... a..
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
For sale at Wholesale and Retail he
ASHEVILLE ICE AND COAL COMPANY
- "f suu 4aa.
Bsclualve Asenta I Domestic and Steam) for Western North Carolina.
L, P. McLOtlB, Vice-Free.
. B. RANKIN, Caahler
I.HWI8 MADDUX, Pre.
,;-L.w,.Ha,,, M.J. Bearden, M. 1. Paaa;, I. B. Rankin. I. ... , . .
a. a, necu, UCO, a. f OWCll, C. M. McLoud. c.
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, -
Orranlied Ma; 1st. 1888.
CAPITAL. 850,000. SURPLUS,S15,000
oiate, sjouut7;aud City Depository. .
Doe. a General Rankin Duaiaeaa. Depi.slU receired. Bschaaac bouaht and a.M r.
leetiona made on all accessible point.. The Barton Feature will receive special attention.
On all sums In thia department, deposited for four months or lonfrer, interest at the rate
of 4 per cent, per annum will be paid.
Special attention aiven to loans ou real estate, which will be placed IfoCloasj time on real
Open trom 9 a m. to p. m. Ou Saturday, the Suelng Department will beopentill A p.m.
A CAR LOAD OF
FRESH - LIME
In Bulk or
Office No. 30 Patton Avenue
I'liUtl'IIIINIi NO. 40.
Warehouse at Hepot.
p. 0. iiui :i4
C. E. MOODY.
Tne Mcmonnl Volume, by Kev. Itr. William
wun inrniipruvai oi.Mra, Unvii
rs sium I Vfltl T. M IfTnil f-S1 rnlnin a
hntl.lllntr hi. I.n..l. t a 1 1, , .
' . 7 wnii-m eeerj-
way worthy of the irreat- auhieet. Mra.
unvia receiees oart off thv nmmri. r . u.
sn'e of every copy. Don't delay Days are
,,,ivw v.ui, i,u. Bat'
ii,.,wtnv or money retunQed.
H. K. JOHNSON A) CO .
2fl'"-?--5-8 Main V Richmond, V,
HJOTICB TO TUB CITIZBN8 OP A8IIB-
Whereaa at a rrirnl.r nwllnn nr !.. ti ,
of Aldermen of the city, held on the IHth of
i", "m,, n wnicn meeting tne French
runu vaiiey nnuroao t-ORipsnv requeated
the prlvllrm of croaaina and oalnw wnin
..m-, 11, w ciiy. nnu wnereaa, at a sub
aeiiurnt mcetina of the Board of Aldermen a
rcaolutlon waa passed directing- that anv
rnllroad company wiahinjc any prlv eea
Now, therefore, notice la hervhv u!vm ii...
on I'ridny eveniiiu neat at the rruulur
Ina of the Hoard of Alriermrn of h.,4,u r
.- .-r-nvn i.runn valley Kallroail
Liimpiiny will renew its application for riKht
a 1 " "r paasinar tnrouah
..... n.K - r""wi i mr luiiowinfi atreeta
Hotlthsiilc avenue. South Main. Vatlrv i-nl.
leue, WoodHn and Rridae atreeta. MrHn....
nvi-nur, mini Ainin airect, or a portion ol'
Church, Willow and Water atreeta, I'atton
venue ano v ainut aereet, as from surveyi
maw Hnil . 1. . . 1 ... .
" mmmwf ....H M. ,., .,, Hill.
WM. M. COi'KU. JR
Vlce-Pre.. T. H. V. K. R.
P. A CVMHINOS,
AttorncrHit.aUiw Notary Public,
NO. 13 LKOAL BLOCK.
30 Iota In Chuns'. fn, iMa. n .u.
l.iHH acres laud In Madison county, near
not) acre, land three mil, nnr, 1, nt u ,
KTh "ku Ji m " ?-j " f""1 through the
,,iu m..u ucuin near ov.
Storehouse, No. 1 a Patton avenue. Pos
seeaion Riven June 1, 1HU0.
inKllah and Frencb
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL
FOR YOUNO UDIEt ANO LITTLE GIRLS,
No. 40 Preach Broad Avenue.
an. BUHOWTN MAITLAND, . PIIINCIML
Por many years Associate Principal of Mi
Vernon I 1 1 . .. , - 1.1 .
AVl"i' !' corP of compentent teachers
Plat Rock. Nf,rh rvnii.
urnianeo iiwrinnK within eaay
oHiee and chun-U, havlua earrli
.run., veaetaniea and ke on
pleasure boat on lake. Apply
jBB8"a ,lw',D,t Charie.ton, n. t.
within eaay walk of poat-
svrrtRKc and male,
on premier and
gUMMEK BOARD! NO.
art now Dirnami wui. s-rwsM. sv.. .HM
MRS, . B. CMAMBRRMN,
mayStdlm 87 Church street.
Pleat class board and flnc sunn rooms
in be had at Orove street, Very dtalra-
ONB OH THB
In tlto South.
Service and table First
N. C. '
WALK PROM THB
Paaa the door every tit
Por terms address
H. J. GREENWELL, Proprietor.
Only 8 Miles from Anhevllle on the A. & S. Railroad and
The greatest number and variety of mineral aprinirs to be found In the Booth.
48 springs on Less Than 40 Acres,
tv Anc cmh.natfofftoa,
hr iireatest tontewntrv
Btirinn. Lots in anltt
rd can be had m.t
Sao to $30 Per Month, or si Per Day.
JorJrBVtn.nrru:.,a,wr?,0'B' ",U " T 39
OTIS A. MILLER,
frl"""" Skjrland P. O., N. C.
.ie!i.Vd',rchr.,:n,S! .'M '1n"if"j"n. liver and kiilnfy trouble, chronic
Iv1!Ti??-h chr"n'r sick headache. One .prina recently develoisrd Is t
i j HT. " K Vi DU"a reaort cottiiKce near the
-" iu auv.riiae tne place ana tne mineral waur. Bo
HOTEL I ARMOND-HOTEL BONNYGREST
SKYLAND MINERAL, SPRINGS, N C.
ElKht Miles South of Asheville, on the A. S. Railroad.
New hotels, new cottaKea, new furniture, beautiful araas. neat tennis and cmou.. l....
48 MINERAL SPRINGS.
White Sulphur, Alum, Magnesia, Iron and llueotn. Those seekina health and -
select society will not fall to visit this pleasant reaort and drink of iu httn( waters.
suss s a. aawvsMSnl II v.
E. A. LeVENE,
Asheville, IS. C.
Near Passenger Depot.
P, A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Manulacturera and Uealera In all klarta ol um I
Door, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Stalrwork, Mantels, Bank
and Bar Fixtures, and all kinds of Building; Material.
Hard Wood .Lumber Work m s.sa.siuitv.
v 1 tl I y Telephone Mo. s.
Dealerslu Wall Paper, Window Bhadcsand Patent Rangers,
I'alnts, Oils and Varnishes, M.aury'a Mixed I'alnU and Colors. Window Olass, both
French nnd Americas
We keep In stock 81. Luulsand Kentucky Lead. Ikoadly
A WIND STORM
May Come and go, hut we arc Here to Sell Vood and are
Going to Sell Them.
DID YOU HEAR WHAT WE SAID?
W have Htraw Hats 1 cent to 60 cents each. Hplcnilld line of Hhoea cheaper Uas any
other bouae-see them. Nine and Ten Ouarter Hhlrtlna by the eaa. ITInta, flmsliams,
tc, &e., at any price yon would ask them. Some all Bilk Urea. Ooods IS otnta par yard.
Would say more but this will convince you.
Asheville Dry Goods Co.,
J. O, HOWULL, Maaagtr. "
At old stand, 1st door la-low Pennlman A Co.'a Hardware Stor.
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
i7 Haywood Street.
All WATER THOROUGHLY FILTERED on the Premises.
Twenty-flve years of practical experience, combined with Psssomai. attention to all ds
tails of the business and perfect arrangement, for CLliaxutsM and pvsrrv of all rood,
manufactured, enable the proprietor to present to bis amasrona patrons a taper! or mass ol .
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphons.
Oinirrr Alt and all the vario.s flavors of SODA W ATBS ready lbt shipment and den ve red
tnt In City limits, Out of town ordereSnu.t have Kssrnnttats rritraae..
. ' -
an artist. It is a precious gift of Cod
capitalists by visitors,
June3d8t Main street.
C. H. CAMPBELL,