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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN : TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 10, 1800.
THE DAII.Y CITIZEN.
H. D. CHILD, Business Manager.
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TUESDAY, H'NB 10. 1H90.
TUB DAILY VITISKN
I. on ule at the following place, in A.hevlllc:
CITIZKN Ol'l'lCB. .
BATTBKY PARK NHW8 STAND.
ULBN ROCK NKWS STAND.
tmnRT.riiiAU htokI. I'ntton Ave.
J. CARSON'S NUWS STOKU, North Court
PERTINENT AND PERSONAL
New About AMhevllllauH mid oi
Hlrauicera within Our uhIvh.
0. M. Killion imU wife, of Wiiynesvillc,
arc in the city.
T. W. Taylor of Morristowu is at the
C. V. Durham of lirceimuoro is at tin
Riverside park will soon be tlivitlvil
into lots and sold.
IJ. A. Thomas and wife, of Marion, an
at the Battery l'ark.
V. G. Ware, of Cincinnati, is registered
at the Battery Park.
There were eighty-one arrivals at tin
principal hotels yesterday.
Richmond Is represented at the Mat
tery Park by J. 11. Douglass.
N. L. Gchhnrt, of Chicago, is at thi
Battery Tork for a short while.
Carriages arc in great demand now
that the street cars are not running.
The street cars will not run for a day
or two owing to the accident at the sta
tion. Finlcy & Nelson have moved to tin
basement of Bostic Bros. Wright s-
Policeman W. 0. McDowell is oil' on a
vacation. Mis place is tilled by Mr. !".
E. t. Heston, assistant iios'.master.
has returned with his bride ucc Miss
Kolicrt Brown ami family, f South
Cnrolina, arc registered at the drum!
I. G. Nichols, of Old Port, and K. II.
Moore, of Marion, were in the city Ihir
Sheriff Reynolds is moving into hit.
new offices to-day. They are fixed ii
W. P. Elliott was sworn in this morn
ing as Policeman No. H. He takes the
place of Young.
Jos. Sevier and S. G. Wcldon arc en
gaged ill reindexing the records at the
P. A. Wilson, jr., and J. . A. Durham,
of Winston, are in the city. They arc lit
the Buttery Park.
Col. C. L. Turner, of thcMonlio cotton
mills of Catawba county is at the Bat
tery Park for a week.
There were small breaks at the Par
tners' and Bunncr warehouses this morn
ing. Prices were good.
Buncombe county jail now has twenty
inmates. Twelve of these are State and
county and eight fcdcrul prisoners.
Frank Longhrnn's bar, No. "J.ninl Dr.
W. P, Wellington's residence, No.
are the latest additions to the telephone
A. H. Jones has sold to J. Junes nnd 11.
S. Urn-kins, the lot ad building, No. 47
South Mulu street, for $U,3im. The lot
The house and lot, No 2 Bailey street,
were sold at trustee's sale to-day to P.
A. Cummings for S.'I.OW. The lot is
The comic opera, with which the new
opera house will he opened, is "Patience,"
by Cibcrt and Sullivan. It will run
W. A. Turk, division passenger ngent
of the Richmond and Danville railroad,
with bcadquurters at Raleigh, was in the
city this morning.
Dr. J. A, Burroughs, J. 0. Unwell nnd
Cnpt. W. II. Williamson left this morn
ing for a fishing trip to the head waters
of Big Ivy In this county.
Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Gaines, of Martins
ville, Vs., and Mist Mamie Robinson, of
Spartanburg, 8. C, arc the guests of Mr.
And Mrs. T. K. Gaines on North Main
"The work neccssnry to be done for
the approaching campaign by the demo
crat," is the subject for discussion at
the Lyceum to-night. The public is in
vited to attend.
When Cnptuin Patton invited his
friends through the columns of Tim
Citiikx to drink soda water with him,
700 responded. lie hat Killed for just
that number of tickets.
r J.T.Knbofan4 A. G. Wett became
cngngedln difficulty yesterday, and
Nabort received black eye. They were
before the Mayor this morning and West
wot dismissed. Nabort was fined 13.
J. D. Bostic bat purchased through
Owyn West the Lyons property front
ing on French Broad avenue for $3,000.
The property (rants 3S0 feet on the
venue and ta 147 feet deep. Mr. Bostic
will erect house on the lot.
UcTQ. UJiiorri, of Pcmus Supervisor
Hatttwiekc'softce, ha eeeatved report
, rrot all the counties in this district. The
enumerators report no trouble. Borne
have found the work harder than they
expected nnd five have resigned, but
their placet kax beat filled: '
MEETING IN THE INTEREST
OF A NEW HOTEL.
NEARLY ALL OF THE STOCK SUB
SCRIBED. John II. iniuaii I.oritcly Inter
CHled The Locution lit the
Mouth Unci of iteuu
catcher. A meeting of some of the prominent
citizens of the city was held last night in
the parlors of the Swaiinaiioa hotel to
discuss the Iniiian hold project, unci to
take steps to advance the enterprise by
subscriptions of stuck in cash mid in
laud. dipt. Mcliee who represents Mr.
Inmnn, was present and explained the
plans. All the slock contemplated to be
taken in Aslicvillc was subscribed save
$JO,000, which will doubtless lie sul
scrilicd to-day. A eoiumiltce, headed by
C. K. Graham, was appointed to can
vass the cily for thai purpose.
The hotel now seems a certainty. Two
gentlemen to-day have signified their in
tention to take $."i,0HO each ill stock.
The balance of the stock, so indefatiga
ble workers as Mr. Graham and his awni
dales on the coiiiinitlte on subscription,
arc certain to secure.
About $1.'0,IUI0 iu t lie amount of stuck
that is contemplated, shall lie owned in
Aslicvillc, u uuurtcr of a million or mini
will be owned by Mr. Iniuaii and his
Among those present at the nieeliu
were Dr. S. W. Battle, D. C. Wuddcll, C.
li. Graham, W. B. Gwyn, D. S. Watson,
, II. Loughrau, II. C. limit, Lawrence
I'nlliam, J. E. liickcrson, G. M. Williams,
Dr. Weaver, W. II. ImIuc.J. W. Cortland.
T. C. McNccly. W. T. Pciiuimnii. W. K.
I'enuiiiinii, C. P. I'eiiniiiian, C. Starnes
and Capt. Mi Ike.
It is learned to-day that the capital
stock of the hotel company is $1 , Hi ni.liiiu
divided into shares of $IH0 each. Ar
rangements have been made to place
$2311,1100, first mortgage, six per cent,
bonds at par, to lie used in the construc
tion of the hotel. The site has Ikcii se
lected by Dr. S. W. Battle and is on the
southern sloK- of Beaumont ridge on a
tract of land containing 200 acres known
as "Overlook park," and the Wharton
and McDowell progicrties. It has a
frontage of 2,"iin feet on Main street,
along which the extension of the electric
street railway will run. The view from
this site is a most magnificent one ami
moreover the hotel will lie sheltered from
the cold north wind. About accent -live
acres wilt lie devoted to the hotel build
ings, grounds and park, the balance ol
the tract is to le subdivided into suitable
cottage and villa sites for which it is
These lots will be offered for sale to
the many people who so much desire
summer, winter or all the year residences
in this locality, and they will doubtless
bring good prices. Wide, well graded
roads will lie laid out approaching the
hotel from four dillcrcnt directions, mid
everything looking to complete diaiuagc
and other material improvement will be
The opening up of this proK-rty will
develop many cosy and very desirable
sites for residences, hitherto inaccessible
and very likely unknown. The contiguity
of the grand hotel, with the great exH.'ii
diturcs necessary to lie made in improv
ing the property and the splendid roads
and avenues, will render these sites very
desirable, and it is safe to say that they
will not long remain on the market,
pour hundred thousand dollnrsol slock
in the hotel and park en crprisc is offered
for sale nnd is nearly all spoken fur.
The organization of the hotel eoiapany
was perfected to-day by election of Capt.
V. U. McBcc president, D. C. Waihlell
treasurer, and T. C. McNccly secretary.
The board of directors arc Capt. V. lv.
Mclicc, Col. A. B. Andrew., Col. J. G.
Martin, C, D. Blauton, W. T. I'eiiuiman
and Dr. S. W. Battle.
TO-DAY THEY COME.
The Uruucl Chapter of the KovhI
The memlKrs of the Grand Chapter ol
Royal Arch Mason, which meets to nitibl
ut the Masonic Hall in this city at H..'Hi
o'clock are cxjiected to arrive by this af
ternoon's truin from the cast. Besides
the session to-night, there will also be n
morning and nil afternoon session to
morrow, and probably a short one at
night. At the conclusion of thcliiltcrthc
Grand Chapter, nnd the Grand Com
mundcry which meets here on Thursday,
nnd most of whose members will arrive
to-morrow, will attend a bnniiiet ten
dered them by Aslicvillc Chapter No. 23,
and Cyrcnc Commandry No. S, at the
Besides Grand High Priest kiiat,
Grand King Moyc, Grand Scribe I'nug,
and Grand Secretary Bain, there will also
lie present, uniong the large numltcr of
members of the Grand Chapter, Dr. Eu
gene Grissom, Fab. II. Busbec, II, II.
Munson, Jns. Southgntc, A. J. Simpson,
nil gentlemen of well known character
outside the order, and considered among
its brightest members.
A 4 of Affair).
A man named Ellidge died at his rooms
near the Graham cotton factory this
morning of typhoid fever. He wns 30
years old and leaves a wife and a fnmily
of five children. One of his daughters is
also very sick and not able to bear the
shock of her father's death. The family
it in poor circumstances.
Th Tablet Unveiled.
pedal to Thb CrrusN.
Pmnckton, N. J., June 10. The memo
rial tablet to Prof. Arnold Guyot was un
veiled here to-day.
The Buncombe county institute for col
ored teachers is In rmion this week in
the tourt bouse, About 40 teacher are
A PLEASANT MUSICALE.
The Recital at the Anhevllle Fe
The seating capacity of the Asheville
l-'emnle College chapel was tested to its
utmost last night to accommodate the
audience present to l.car the annual eon
cert, It wns given by the young ladies
and their instructors, nnd wns an ex
ceedingly pleasant nffair from first to
last. The voung ladies showed tli.it they
had undergone the most careful and thor
ough training nnd reflected great credit
not only on themselves but to their teach
ers, the Misses Burmcister and Mrs. Yar
borough. The entertainment was iened by
prayer by Rev. C. M. Cainplull, pastor
of Riverside Methodist church. 1 lie lirst
number on the program 'vus a piano
quartette Chouer des Soldats, from
Faust. It was rendered by Misses Mag
gie l.ovc, Gertrude Wilbur, Ida Black
burn and Ada I.iuilsev, and was not only
well received but called forth much iii
plause. The next was n vocal trio,
"Siecd Thee Little Boat," by Misses
Faiiiiieainl Lillic Way, soprano, Carrie
l-'urinaii, Dora Brown, second soprano,
and Ai tit Rice and Ada llarhain, alto. The
rendition of this song was excellent.
A piano solo song without words
was next on the program, and was
nluvcd by Miss Mamie Garrett. Her
IKM-liinimni-e was Hrfect, and shows a
grcnt deal of well cultivated talent,
which is added to by the skill of touch
of which she is possessed to a remarka
ble dcgicc. Miss Florence Dnugrlt sang
"Deep in My Heart," which was encored.
She responded with "The Maid and tin
Miller." Hcrvoieis under splendid con
trol and she sings with great expres
sion. The piano -quartette, "Marche Mili
tairc," by Misses Mary Love Stringlield,
Ida Ilolloway, Annie Pleasant and Hat
lie Kincaid was well rendered. Miss
l.ovc llilliard played ns a solo "Mond
seheiiiliihrt." by Bciidel. She received a
hearty round of applause, and rescinded
to the encore with a bow, but refused to
play. The vocal quartette, "Swedish
Wedding March." by Mrs. Ynrhorotigh,
soprano. Love llilliard, second soprano,
Florence Doggclt, alio, mid Artie Rice,
second alto, was U'.inlilul and was en
cored. Part second was opened liv Morceaii,
for twelve bands, "OU-ron," and was
rendered by Misses Addle Charles, Ida
llitpkins, Glcniiic Tomtinsoii, Allic John
ston, Mamie Pruudfoot and Natalie
The piano solo, "La Fileusc" by Miss
1:11a Slides, was finely rendered nud
brought forth much applause. The vocal
duet, 'Pleasures on the Water," sung by
M. ssi'S Stella Ilnrgau.soprnno.nud Mary
Love SiriugticM, alto, was beautiful. A
piano solo, by Miss I lettic Uiucald, nc-i-ompniiied
in the orchestral parts by
Miss Lillic Way was next on the pro
gram, and was well received. The rcap-
liearaiii'C of Miss Love llilliard,
wns received with npphiusc. She
sang "Fiorc dc Margheritii." Her voice
is clear and siitlicicutly strong to fill the
entire hall. She was encored. The
Misses llurniicstcr then rendered a duo,
for two pianos and their playing was up
to their usual excellent standard. The
last of the program was n "Servitude,"
bv Misses l.ovc Milliard, soprano, Flor
ence Doggutt, second soprano, Sadie
Bostiek, alto, and Artie Kiev, second alto.
It was beautifully sung.
The graduating exercises will take
place to-night nt S.Itll o'clock.
Thanks to Mr. l-enrHon.
The undersigned colored pastors of the
city of Aslicvillc, N. C, have just had
$400 cquallv divided among us and adopt
this method of extending to the Hon.
Richmond Pearson I the donor) our most
hearty thanks for his very liberal dona
tion. F J. Caktuk,
W. W. I i-.
F. W. Mow km.,
R. P. Rl'MI.KY,
S. II. W'miiiKSi-ooN,
11. S. Mi hi in: v.
Mr. ) iiiic Stevenson sent a sample ol
marl from his farm to the njjricultiirul
cxierimciit station fur analysis. The
analysis showed hN.2."i ier cent, of car
iMinate of lime and 'j kt cent, of phos
lihoric ncid, which is a very rich, valuable
marl. Kinston l'ree i're-sa.
Unriiuln Week at ltw'n.
The prices for this week will astonish
evcrylmdv. Sec larue nil. in this mier.
I was fortunate enough to stx-urc a lare
"lot" fine knives, forks, Shmiiis and cut
lery at n ureal lia-Kain, the only fault
Wi'iiu there is not u laruetiant;ty of any
one, thoiiKh you can always urt a tloxcn
or set alike, lie sure to cull this week ut
.VJ ami 01 South Main street.
"v. W. C. T. v7
The rt'Kulur monthly meeting of the
Vomifi Woman's Christian Tcmicrnnce
( nion will lie held in the V. M. C. A. hull
TU..H.I A ....I.U.L .. . TImm u.UI
I HlllVIIIJ III llllinn. h i.v , n,,.
also lie rcHirts from the different circle.
of'KinK's Daughters,'! and nil youiiK
lr,,li.M rM!tlf.Ml it. trialliilif. will 1m fur
triTW. A. Poster, Steve Walters nnd
lid. White have oicnrd n first-class I mi
ller shop under Drown & OuriKcr's store,
and they reici t fully solicit the jiatron
ae of tlie pulilic.
IrriTCiiH nt Taylor, Ilouis & llnttlier
ton's, :i I 'at toil avenue, for Mason's
improved fruit jars and rulibcrs, I'rices
trrThe KIiik's DnuKlilcrs wilt kIvc an
entertainment In the Formers' ware
house 1'ridny niKht. See advertisement.
Rend Owyn & West's advertisement on
third pane of resilience proicrty for sale
on I; reach Broad Avenue.
A Mew Read to Bllaa.
If you lire wine and wish to liecome
healthy and wcnlthy also, you will use
Roller Kins or Klectric lAunt flour; be
cause the Asheville Milling Company's
flour Is not only the best, but thecheuncst.
10.00 KsWA.n P. M. Mitchell.
WnTsn Noe Marrnih.
Muaic Mlaa M. BnrmrlateT.
Moeic TsACHisn -lleethoTen."
Pokitios Wastro a, L., Clllaen nillre,
OoonCouiTav Hut-tub J. W. Jendevln.
Notici To t-n owHK.a Oeo. a, Arthur.
ucal, IsaT.CMKSTat LSMONS Bos 807,
Person, wanting good country butter,
printed, nt twenty-five cent, delivered In
HendcreonvlMc will please apply to
J. W. JKVDEVIN1S,
Bowman' Bluff, N. C.
NOTICE TO LANO OWNERS.
Wnntctl to lenie for a term of years for
cnah, or iiurcluiNi' from trn to twenty nerve
nrahlc land, with Iioumc thereon, within four
milei of AHhcviltc. Cnll or ntliln-aa
OHO. 8. AKTHl'K,
juncloil&wlw At A. Oiirrett'a, llox It
VOCAL ANO INSTRUMENTAL
LcsNims givi-n In vuicc culture, violin untl
iniitrumctital intittic bv Mm. J. Yurl.uroufc'h.
bt-KitinlnRjiiMv L'N, 1HUO.
rupltt on vitillu mnv He tiikai hi cl km.hu of
two or more if tui tlisiml, thu IviM-iiitiK rx
1 O. !U. CUi7.
Ml SIC TI-ACHING.
i;xurii'iu'iil rmti'Mator of M 11 ale itrt.ln-
haanl in city or country tluriiiK thrt-c mini
titer iimntlm where tuition In Pin no, OrRun
r Vmitl will Ik tuvtptcd In jinrt imyinrnt
:KlK-t rvtrrvneva. A tit Inns imtiieiliuti'lv
'IU thoven." cure of A-bevillv Cltlxcn.
A ttnlt tmnn or bonk keeiHT bv a comor.
ti-nt vtuiiiK man. Kel't-rrniYi iven. A(
I'lv to 8. t.. Citntn itffiic.
Hv 11 hrnt el nan ttrrvtint pnnitlon n cok or
hutlt' ermjild. A U'miiI Iioiiic lUturrtl. Ueli-r.
incut Kivcn. Apply to
NUH M t KKlM.iI,
ium loil.tt Citv krHtaurimt.
StitnHH-r term for MukIc. Pmu-h and ll.-r.
num. Iroin Itine LM till AilKURt ;io. Antily
fr.uii Jiini I'l ut the Anlit-villv l-'t-niiilrt'olU-ur.
.MI!M IU. Ill K.MI'.IM UK.
Imii. in, l.lt
vv the iinderniKnetl hnvi thit day ilimtved
p.irtmrthit by mutual Hinent. All oIiIiku
tioiitf int u 1 her wine provided for will Ik met
l.vj H. Weaver. Any ncvounu due the linn
an' puvmiic 10 ciiner.
HUH KINO Kc WliAVliK
Tlii. Tih day of Nny, 1'.ii.
The uiLderwiuneil have thiw dav formetl o
vnpartiHThln under the name and niylc ol
diver tV Myem, lor the iiuriMiie M conduct
1 11 U the hic buHinctw In nil it branehrM, at
the tihl iiluiid ol ItcrmiK cV Weaver, Put
ton avenue. ohk II. Wtuvpit.
J. NOKKIH MVKMM.
AMheville, June 0, 1K(H).
V have So men making $10 dally and want
mure, nn inueniouii new patent: no can-
vaKMinK or cchcniT nejtwmry. Addrciw
. II. Moody, Hoi, New orlennti,
Thorouuh Inatruetion In InatrunH-nliil nnd
vocal mule Kiveil bv Mlia Wliitluvk, VU
I JuncUiilin ' '
Pine KitM'Wiind I'lnno for anlc ehcni ul
1111111111 ainvi, ANiieviiiv, . w.
I'un-hnacra of lota ut the anlta uf June a.
4 and 4 who huve not yet uilil tlii lr cm neat
money will iknw rail l my olllca between
the houra of 0 nud 0 p. m. durlnK thi. week
In niv aim-nee T. C. McNccly will rcrc
MRS. S. T. RORER
Will Ulivirn Sirica of
IN ASHEVILLE BEGINNING JUNE 16, 189a
Circular, with Icrma will be ilialrlhuted in
a few day..
All those ilcalrinu Ivaaoiia eua acud their
name, to Mm. J ;, Mnrln.
UNUIIH At HPICIiHOP Tlllt
I'OK llliNIII'IT OP TIIH-
In the Pnrmrra' Wnrehouee Prlday nlht,
1.1th. AilinlMlon 10 ccnU. Mefreahmeat.
THAT BEAUTIFUL LOT ON
HPRI Ci: STAKIiT,
TDiIimi. Apply to
A. WKRKRi Owner,
Or J. M. Campbell, Agent.
JuneTd t w
A Indy from the North, who haa eaierlencc
In piano Inatruetion, wlahea a lHardlnK place
where traaone will be aneiinlvalrntlor Itonrd.
Alio will take a lew private pupil a. Addrea.
II. (., V O. Boa a is;
poH BUNTJULV 1ST.
Photo aallery over Law, .tore, Hay.'.
Patent .kyllKhti parlor, and (irlntlnii ie
psrtrnent commodious and eaay of aceea..
Apply to BUAHDUN, RANKIN CO..
uncdtf (18 South Main .tract.
A e art now prepared with room, hit mm.
MRS.. B. CIIAMnURI.IN.
mayaidlm B7 Church .trect.
Plrat elaaa board and fine sunny room.
ran be had at a-4 Urove stmt. Very dealra
BALLARD, RICH & BOYCE,
Stoves and Tinware.
PLUMBING, GAS ANO STEAM FITTING, SLATE
AND TIN ROOFING.
FAINTS and OILS.
THE PASTEUR FILTER,
N A I.I. tilZliS I'llK 1AMII.V
AMI IIOTIil. I'SH.
Ciuaranlwd to Im; Verm I'roof.
ALL KIXKK KIll'T IN Sri'.l'K.
C.iilil. Silver, Ivory, (ink, tilt, nnd Couilil-
nutlon MouliliiiKa. Also Kimm MoubllnKa.
I'ieturv. Mntteil, Monnuil nn-l I'rnuied nt
loweat prices nml work Kuuniiitccil. linuruv
iini", PnlntiiiK ami l.ixul Vicwa nlwuya on
aa H. Main HI.,
anr IN d
A CAR LOAD OV
FRESH - LIME
In Bulk or
OITlce No. 30 Patton Avenue.
TliLKPIIONU NO. 40.
Wnrehouar nt Ucixit.
I'. O. Iloi (l.H.
C. K. MOODY.
P. A tUMMINC.,
AllorucMit-lw a Notary lnbllc.
Ml. la l.lillAL III..ICK.
Uo lota In Chunn. Cove, Juat outalile the
I . I a rca Innd In M nil I non county, near
Ami acrca Innd three milea norlh of Mender
nnvtllc A. IK H K. K. nina llirouli (he
iuiiii. i-oaiomix anu uefHii near oy.
' For Rent.
Store honae, No. 1 a Patton avenue. I'oa-
araaion itivcn June 1, ihuo.
tSiigllaiaa and French
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR VOUNG LADIES AND UTTLE GIRLS.
No. 40 Preach Broad Avenue.
MRS. BURGWYN MA1TLAND, . PRINCIPAL
IPor many year. Aaaociate PrlnHtMl at Mt.
Vernon Inatltute, Knltlmore.)
Aealated by a corpa of com pen tent teaehera
THE MOST PRACTICAL OF ALL SYSTEMS.
tHirintf the aammer month. In the lecture
hall of the V. M. C. A. Claa. la two dlvla
lon. Pint dlvlalnn, 10 to III a.m. Hecnnd
dlvlalon, 8 to S p. m. Iaaun. dally e.eept
Saturday.. Tuition, fill per month la ad
vane. Apply during the prrarnt week at
City Library from 0 to 0 p. ni, to
Ml KM NINA 0IUBH.
Mlaa Ollilia I. a Indy of the beat character
and an anuaually aucceaaful teacher.
I'. P. CLAXTON.
June4r)l w upt. city RchiMda.
ARDEN PARK HOTEL
10 mile, aouth ut Aabcville, oa A. A a. R.
Per Month StoiKi
Per Week 18 01)
Prr Day boo
Dtsnrr aad Tea Parties on oneday'.noUct,
Tbon. A. Morrla, Prop.,
anr 10 til
Ardea, N. C.
An active man for each arctlon, Kaiury S7
to SUM), to locally rrprrarnt a aurceaanil N.
V. Company Incorporated to .apply pry
flood., Clothing, ahorc, Jewelry, etc., to con
sumer, ai coai. Aiao a l.any or laet, salary
So. to enroll memlier. (no. 000 now enrolled
and Sioo,(mM) paid ml. Rewrence. earkana
ed. Umpire Co-Opcrallvc AaaaodaUoa, (cred
it well rated) Lock Boa S10, N. V.
ASHE VILLE AO
ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1890.
TERMS STRICTLY CASH WITH ORDER
In qunntltica not Icaa thnn one ton nt factory 4(c. per hundred
In iiutintitice not lcna titan one hull' ton ut factory 40c.
llliu pouuua, (ill llckcu, ill pounua caill
7 an aa
7511 " ja ' no
No lee will be delivered without cnah or ticket.. Ticket, now on .ale nt the olHve of the
AMheville Ice &
Telephone No. 36 and 40.
JEIXICO COAL AT RETAIL.
For Urate, 5.004 For Stovca, ... 4.50.
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
For aale at Wholeaale and Retail by
ASHEVILLE ICE AND COAL COMPANY
Telephone 36 and 40. '
Kacluaive Aucnt. i limnetic and Slcniul for Weatern North Cnrolina.
LHWI8 MADDUX. Pre. L. P. McLOIIU. Vice-Prca. . B. RANKIN, Cajhtar
DiascTo.:-Lcwt. Maddua, M.J. Ilenrdrn,
8. H. kced, Geo. 8. Powell, C.
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK,
State, County ;aud
Dora a Oenernl llunkin nuaineaa. DciHialt.
kctiona mndr on all ara-aaible iminta. The Having Feature will receive ieclal attention.
On all auina in till, department, depoaltrd for four month, or lonncr, Intercat at the rate
of 4 per cent, per annum will be paid.
Special attention (riven to Inane on real eatatc, which will be placed for; Ion; time oa real
tlpen tront a. SB. to p. m. On Saturday, the Ravin Department will be open till 8 p.m.
ONI! OP TI1U
in tin South.
Service nuil tulilc Pint
: i .. ..." ;
;m 1. 1 r A Jl ski..'
H. J. GREENWELL, Proprietor.
Only 8 Blilea Iron. Anhevllle on the A. & H. Railroad and
The itrratcat numlier aad variety of mineral .prinir. to be found In the South.
48 Spring, on Less Than 40 Acrcct,
Chnlylirate, Iron, anlphur, cpenm. nlum, nnd mntnirala. Severn! very (w eomhinatNit.
thnl are uik-.I In connK IniliKcation. liver nnd klilncy trouble, chronic djacutcry. ckroWicdva
lirpKin nnd chronic aick hrmlnchc. line aprlnx mvntl.v dcvrlocd ia the arcutcat Ionic water
ever found. Ninny are bavin lot. to build rcaorl coltnKc. near the Spring.. I...U .rcwld
at nominal price, to advertiac the pTffi-e unU the tnincrul wnter, Uoard can be bad it
90 to $30 Per Mouth, or 91 Per Day.
Hrfrrence.. teatlmnninla, etc., enn lie hud by writln to the owner; or better yet aa
Intcreated la Invited to come and try the wutcr. llnat linurovementa will h, J.V.I.
Truin. leave Anhevllle at li.ns a. m. and return at T p. m. fare 38 rente
Por lurtber information write to
OTIS A. MILLER,
Mil I rinm
HOTEL I ARMOND-HOTEL BONNYCREST
SKYLAND MINERAL, SPRINGS, N. C
F.lgbt Milea (south of Asheville, on the A. 8, Railroad.
New hotel., new cottaiica, new furniture, beautiful Rruaa, neat leu a la and croipwt lawa.,
48 MINERAL SPRINGS.
White Sulphur, Alum, Maxncaia, Iron aad lipaom. ThoK Mt-klnK health and leaaare anil
.elect aociety will not fall to vialt thi. plcaannt teaort and drink or lu kealiu waUra.
Anhevllle, N. C.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Door, Maah, Bllnda, nouldlna;a, Stalrwork, Mantcla, Bauk
and Bar Flxturca, and all kluda of Bulldlns; Material,
Hard Wood Lumber Work a Specialty.
aovUdly Tclcphons No, s.
Dealers In Wall Paper, WlndowHhadcsniid Patent Hangcra,
I'ainta, Oil. and Varal.bc., Maanry's Mlted Palnta and Colors, Window O'aaa, bolt
Preach aad Americas
We keep In alia k St. Loulaand Kentacky
May Conic nnd ko, hut we
DID YOU HEAR
Wc hove Straw lint. 1 rent to 00 cent,
other huuac are them. Nine and Tea Ouarter Shlrtln by the cnae. Prints, Ginghams,
Sic., ftc, at any irlce yoa would aak them. Some all Silk Dreaa Uouda IS ceaU per yard.
Would My more but thi. will convince yoa.
Adhevillc Dry Goodw Co.,
J. 0. IIOWBLL, Maaacvr.
At nlil .Innd. I.t door hctnw Pennlmnn ft Co.". Hardware stem.
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
7 Haywood Street.
All WATItR THOROUGHLY FILTSR1ID on the Preinlaca.
Twenty-nvc years of practical ciperlencc, combined wlU piisonai. attention to aN d
tall, of the bn.lnen and perfect arranmmeats for clbamunim and pvaivv of ad gooda
manufactured, enable the proprietor to prrarnt
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphons.
Olner Alt aad all the varloat flavor, of SoDA WATBB ready for shipment aad deHvered
free la City limit., Oat of towa ordcre.t
m K' S
No. 30 Patton Avenue.
M.J. Pukk, J. B. Rankin. J. B Bav I it u.
M. McLoud. "anam. j. B. Slay, J. B. Herd
May i.t, 1H88.
received. BxchanRe bouieht and Mid L'..l
WALK 1'KOM THIS
fiua the door every iu
Skyland P. Om N. C.
E. A. LeVENE,
Near Paaaeua;er Depot.
are Here to Bell Vooda and arc
WHAT WE SAID?
each, Splendid line of Shoes entailer thaa any
to his aamrroas patrons a superior etae. ol
kavt sssroHstSLi rehrtact.
C. H. CAMPBELL