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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 12, 1800. '''
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THURSDAY, H'NIS 12, 1800.
THIS DAILY CITIJeKN
1. on sale at the following pliu-ea In AshcvilU
CITlZKNOr'FICU. BATTBKV PAKK NHWH KTANU.j
OLKN HOCK NBWS 8TANI,.
MOUBL C1UAK cVIOKIi, Pnltull Ave."
J. CAKHON'8 NliW B S lUKIi. North Court
PERTINENT AND PERSONAL
News About Ahevilllan and oi
MraiiKer within Oar Utiles).
lv. McK. OuuOwin, of Rulci;li, is in the
The summer visitors lire lx;iiiniii; to
1. T. J. Nullum, ol New York, is at tin
J. S. Curie rqirci-ciils llaltimoic at tin
Arthur 15. I'reycr of New York is at Hit
K. 1'. Lewis of Washington, I. C, is at
the Grand Central.
Rev. 0. C. Rankin rttiii in.il last nielli
Harvcv I.. I'itts rt'pnstiits St. Louis
at the Hat (cry Turk.
W. U. Malonr ami wile have returiieil
from Jackson county,
R. L. Gooilmstcr, of Mt. l'li'isant.
Ky., I nt the Olcn Kock.
W. A. Robinson and wife, of Alaliama,
arc at the Battery Turk.
There were ninety-nine arrivals at tin
principal hotels yesterday.
II. C. Tallman, of New York, is at tin
Mattery Hark with his wife.
Adjutant General J. IMilcim.of ("rcciis
iHiro, is at tlic ttattery I'ark.
Rev. S. N. Barker leaves Saturday foi
Martha Washington college, Virginia.
II. R. Smith anil wile anil J. L. Ilookei
represent South Carolina at the I del
George I. I'arinUy, wile anil daughter,
of Wisconsin, are stopping at the Caro
J. n, Exell. uf Coliinitmi
tttul J till. 1.
1-Yctliwcll, of Anderson, 8. C
, nrv nt tlit
J.C. Webl), of lliIMK.ro. and 1;
Yarhoro, of LouislnirL'. N. C, arc at th
The surveyors liegan work on the land
of the Ashcville Hotel and I'urkcompaii,
Clms. H. Inloes, formerly of this plaei
unci now living' iu Ilnllimorv, is here
a short vacation.
Ir. J. A. Durroughs, Col. V. li. W
liunison and J. U. Howell have returned
from their fishing trip,
Hricklayiug was coiiimeiiced on the
west side of South Main street at the
Swuiitmnon hotel yesterday evening.
W.J. Cocke, son of Cnpt. W. M. CtK-kc,
jr., of this city, received the medal for the
best original essay at WolTord college.
Work was Ixgun this morning for tl
laying of the foundation for the pav
inent on the west side of North Muin
L. 11. Robeson, well known here has
been elected superintendent of the Car
tcrsvillc, Gu., public schools for the ensu
Geo, H. Starncs has bought from Alex
nnder Harris tifleeii acres of luud on the
Leicester rond, three milts from town for
Frank D. West and Miss Annie M
West, of Savannah, On., are visiting
their cousin, Captain W. W. West on
IS, W. Greer was sworn in this morn
ing as policeman No. 7, to take the place
of John Edwards, elected at the last meet
ing of the city council.
Kugcne Uennleii, Jns. Rny, Curl Key
nolds and Krwin Sltidcr returned yester
day from Spartanburg where they have
been attending school.
A. II. Sites, from Durham, N, C, lias
accepted the Msltiou as Sevial manager
of the Oaks hotel. He has had consider
able experience in the business
The visiting Sir Knlgktt all express the
pleasure tbev feel at tlie reception met
with In Ashcville; and though their stay
hat been so short it hat been much ea
Cwyn & Wett have told the lott on
each tide of the Lyons house, on Grove
street. The one on the north tide was
bought by Dr. . A. Watson foi- $2,G00,
and tlit one on the south br Geo. H.
Henderson for $2,G00. Both are TOxtfOO
Mr. P, A. Dejtient will lecture In the Y,
M. C, A, rooms on the evening of Friday
June 20, and Monday June 23. The first
lecture will be devoted to a description of
the life, manners and customs of the
Russians. The second will (tl ve a history
of the Liberal Party (Nihilism.) Both
these subjects wilt be doubly interesting,
handled by one who tieaks from per
sonal knowledge. ' ' ' .
: Mr. 0. H. P. Cole, of Henderson v Hie,
ons-of tbs directors of the Western North
Carolina Inaaae Asylum, returned jester
Jay from Morgstrton, ss did Ctpt. Jus.
P. Sawyer, another director. These gea
tlemea report the asylum in fine order,
and that great improvements art to be
mack m the road-way leading from the
defttt to tbs asyhtm.; ' ' ; .
PROCEEDINGS OFTHE MEET
BANQUET AT THE
A PleaHant AnTair Tlie Hpeechca,
Uecorallona and OllmpH.)
at the Hall.
The Grand Chapter met again yester
day afternoon, and the new officers were
installed with the usual ceremonies. He
sides other routine business, the com
mittee on jurisprudence mudc a rcjiort
recommending the adnptiouof the recom
mendations of the Grand High Priest,
touching the status of Royal Arch-Masons
in their chapter, who had lost mem
bership in their lodges. The recommen
dation was that a chapter could grant a
demit to one of its members who had
lieen excluded lor non-payment of dues
by bis lodge.
TheGrund High Priest made the fol
lowing appointments: J. H. Cnrler, ol
Ashcville, Grand Principle Sojourner;
Georfe Lamoman. of Grecnslioro, Grand
Uoval Arch Captain; Charles Hah
son, of l'armington. Grand Master :id
Vail: las. LI. Hullock. ol Wilson, Grand
Master Sd Vail : P. A. Culbret, of Clin
ton. Grand Master 1st Vail: R. II
Hrndlev, of Kaleigh, Grand Tiler.
No further business being before the
chapter the place ol the next meeting
dime up and resulted in the choice ol
Mureheail eitv. and the time the second
Tuesday iu June, lS'Jl. The chniler
The bampiet last night at the Far
mers' warehouse, tendered the Grand
Chapter of Royal Arch Masons and tin
Grand Comniamlery of Knights Tern
nlar bv the Masons of Ashcville, must
have gratified the visitors to this nimin
tain city and given them a high opinioi
of the hospitality of its ieople.
At U o'clock the Ashcville baud
marched to the hall, and seated on
handsome platform, plavcil lively air
The bright glare of the electric lights fell
on the colors of the Grand Chapter, blue,
purple, scarlet and white, signifying
Iricmlship, union, fervency anil purity
which were hanging in graceful foi
from a wire stretched across the hat-
cud ol the hall. Over the whole were tli
words in large letters made from wild
dowers: "WelcoineCiimpanions." The
were tacked on to a beautiful buck
ground of white.
Long wreaths of evergreens swung
from the corners and wen- looped in the
centre of the building. Large round luops
ol the same swung at dillerent loints,
within which were Maltese crosses ol
Uluek .mil ml. Tli.rlTn.-t was very prcttv
The tables for refreshment s were arranged
in the form of a cross and hundsomclv or
namented with tluwcrs mid laden with
At t).3U Cyreiic Coiiimnndcry under
command of Eminent Commander A. 11
Cobb escorted the visitors trom Battery
I'ark to the hall; all were dressed in the
"beautiful uniform of the Knights Templar.
Grand Commnniler . A. Porter intro
duced iu n few happy remarks Hon. II
A. Gudger who welcomed the visitors to
Ashcville in the name of its people and
their brethren. Mr. Gudger paid a high
truiuie to Masonry, anil cited among
other good work done, the chief support
ol the Oxford orphan asylum.
Mr. Gudger's SkccIi was rescinded to
by Col. Ii. S. Martin, of Wilmington.
Refreshments were then in order, and the
ices, cakes and fruits received their share
of the attention.
fjuite a number uf guests from the city
were present, among than were a good
many ladies. Too much praise cannot
be accorded Mrs. Ilammcrshhig, M
Whitlock.thc Misses Ilammcrshhig, Mrs.
and Miss Hunt, Mrs. McCartv, Mrs.
Glenn and Miss Aston for the admirable
manner in which the hull was arranged
At 1 1 u ciock tlie guests In-gan to re
tire, as Mr. P. L. Jacobs and a chosen
few sang, with piano accompaniment
"The Old North State."
II. F. Hriggs. the G. II. P. elect, of the
Grand Chapter of the Royal Arch Ma
sons, is a native of Wilson and sheriff ol
that county. He was a captain in the
Confederate army and wounded in one ol
the great battles. He it proprietor ol
the Briggs house in the town of Wilson,
and ulso engaged in the insurance busi
ness in that section.
I). P. Must, G. It. K. elect, lives in Win
ston, and it the register of deeds of For
syth county. He was a member of
Confederate cavalry regiment, unci lost
a leg in Virginia. He Is now a lawyer
by profession, and it ulso tlie mayor oT
A.J. Howell, G. 8. elect, resides in Wil
mington and is a well known business
Wm. Simpson, G. Treasurer elect, re
sides in Raleigh and is a well known
druggist in that city. He has held the
office to which be has just' been elected
for many years.
D. W. Bain, G. Secretary, lives in Ral
eigh, is the Stnte treasurer, and as such
is widely known. He is noted for his de
votion to masonry and also as n skilllul
li. P. Powers, Grand Captain of the
Hostselcct,lsa native of Fayetteville,and
was a gallant Confederate soldier, from
Big Bethel to Appomottox. Mr. Powers
has represented hit county in the State
legislature, and now holda office under
the United Statea government.
Rev. George H. Bell, 0, C. elect, it a na
tive of Buncombe county. He entered the
Confederate army at the age of fifteen,
and served with the Buncombe Rifles
throughout the war: was wounded at
Spottsylvania Court House. He is now
an Kpiat-opal minister.
A Mate Coavtmitoa. .
The democratic 8tat executive com
mittee in session at Raleigh have decided
to call a State democratic convention at
Raleigh on Wednesday, August 30th. ,
A TRIP TO BALSAM.
An Kxcaralou to the Oraiid Com
tuandery. The Grand Commandcry ol Knights
Templar of North Carolina met to-day
in thiicity. The officers arc: J. A. Porter,
of Ashcville, R. E. Grand Commander;
Wm. W. Allen, of Greensboro, V. B. Dep
uty Grand Commander; James South
gate, of Durham, E. Grand Gencrallissi
mo; li. S. Martin, of Wilmington, E.
Grand Captain General ; Geo. II. Bell, of
Ashcville, E. Grand Prelate ; F. M. Move,
of Wilson, E. Grand Senior Warden ;
L. Jacobs, of Ashcville, E, Grand Junior
Warden; Wm. Simpson, of Raleigh,
Grand Treasurer; H. H. Mimson, of W
mington, E. Grand Recorder; Geo. Lam
man, of Grecnslioro, E. Grand Standard
Bearer; Wm. A. Blair, of Winston, E,
Grand Sword Bearer; Chus. W. Alexan
der, E. Grand Warden ; Win. P. Snakcn-
burg, E. Grand Sentinel.
Cyrcnr Commandcry No. G, in full uni
form and under command of li. Command'
er A. II. Cobb, marched from their asy
lum at U o'clock this morning to Battery
Park, met thcmcmhcrsof the Grand Com
mnndery anil escorted them to the hall,
where the commandcry was solemnly
The commandcry adjourned ut 10.1
o'clock, and with Cyrenc Commandcry
took the electric cars for the Western
North Carolina dcMt, where they tool
a sjieeinl train to Balsam, nt the toi
the Hnlsani range of mountains, when-
they will sK.-nd the day.
The proprietor ol the hotel at Balsam
wired the commandcry this morning that
he had a large uumlier of live speckle
trout which would be served for dinner.
The Sir Knights will return thisevening
and the Grand Commandcry will re-con
venent 11.15 to-night. At the head of the
line ol the Sir Knights this morning
marched the Ashcville Cornet Band under
the leadership of Cnpt. Fred. Hull; the
entire line presented a spirited picture in
their showy uniforms, the long white
feathers on the hats, the glittering
swords, belts and gauntlets, pre
renting a very striking effect. It is
compliment to say that the Cyrcne Com-
mnndery show the effect of the excellent
drill taught them by Commander Cobb,
An t'nrortnnaln Medina; on the
W. A. McDonald, the suierintcndcnt of
the street paving work and W. M. Net
tles, who lives near Biltmorc, became en
i;ngcd in a difficulty to-day about noon
on South Mum street. Mr. McDonald
has been troubled withpeoplcwolkineon
the snnd dressed for the laying of the
brick, and when Mr. Nettles, who is
cripple, stepped on it to-day, he walked
up to him and pulled him off.
.Nettles became very much infuriated,
and his son, who works at the Buttery
ark hotel, heard of it, and borrowing a
shot gun, went down street to settle with
Mr. McDonald. His gun was taken a way
irom mm before he had as opportunity
of doing any damage. Some witnesses
who saw the -Ufficulty sny that Mr. Mc
Donald did nothing out of place, at a car
wot approaching and there wat no time
Mr. McDonnld't statement is substan
tially to that effect.
Mr. Nettles says he had occasion to
cross the street and waUcd across where
it was torn up, with no intention of in
truding upon the work, when to his sur
prise McDonald grabbed him by the col
lar und shoved bun olf. He was,
course, greatly incensed at this treat
ment and used some rather forcible lan
Nettles was arrested for reported
threats he had made, and cited to trial
before the muyor ut 4 o'clock this after'
A RAILROAD DEAL.
The Richmond and nanvllle'a
aim! psrehsst In Virginia,
The Richmond und Danville railroad
company are now or will soon become
the owners ol the Danville and New river
railroad in Virginia. Negotiations have
liccn going on between the officials of the
Richmond and Danville railroad and
Brown and Lowndes, of Baltimore, by
wmen nrown unu Miwmlcs will pur
chase six tenths of ull the bonds of the
Danville and New River and sell them-to
the Richmond and Danville railroad.
hxoctly whut the Richmond and Dan
villc wants with this road is not known
but it is supposed that it is to be used at
a part of the new line now building to
Wilkcshoro, N. C, Irom Winston, and
that tlie line from Wilkcsboro will be ex
tended to Bristol. This would give the
Richmond and Danville a direct line from
Danville to Bristol, and it is believed by
some that with such a line built the
Richmond and Danville would then
uy up t ne Atlantic and imnvinc and so
get into Norfolk and have an outlet to
the tcnt-onst for the East Tennessee. Vir
ginia una Georgia.
Another Auction Bale.
Ashcville is to have another big land
sale. C. E. Graham, V. E. McBce. W
B. Gwvn, W. W. West. T. B. Brown, R
Foster, T. C. McNcely and C. H
Slights have purchased the Prospect
park property in West End, with the ex
ception of the lots occupied by the hand
some residences. There arc sixty lott in
the tract and the price paid was $50,000.
These lots will be sold some time this
month at public auction. They are beau
tifully situated and the bouses that are
already built are of the best class. It is a
desirable portion of the city for resi
dences. The jury on theextexsionol Flint street
met today. The men on the jury are
W. T. Weaver, S. R. Kepler, T. B, Brown,
W. H. Westalt, T. W. FiUpatsick and J.
M. Campbell. Their report will be con
sidered Friday night.
Miss Sue Goree, of Himtsville, Texas)
visiting at Capt. C. M, McLoud's, on
North Main street,
The Dairy Maid convention to-mor
row night promises to be quite interest.
Tstsj Taylor Property, Too.
F. W. and 0. Taylor and M. J. Bear
den have signed a contract by which the
Taylor property on North Main street
will be sold within sixty days for $23,-
000 to Mr. Bcardcn, There are twenty-
three acres. The purchase will be added
to the property of the Ashcville Loan,
Construction and improvement Com
The Fourth Days' oe salon.
The fourth days' session of the Bun
combe county colored teachers' institute
was oened this morning by a lecture on
the "Theory and Practice of Teaching,"
by county Superintendent Stames. It
was followed by an examination in the
methods of teuching, and the rest of the
morning was devoted to reading exer
cises. To-morrow is the Inst day, and
will be taken up by instructions.
Marriage license has been issued to
Joe Duffcc and Ilnttie Wright, colored.
Dr. H. H. Groth, of Savannah, Go., is
at the Glen Kock.
Barfralu Week at Law's,
The prices for this week will astonish
everybody, hce large ail. in this paper.
I wns lortunate cnouuh to secure a laruc
"lot" fine knives, forks, spoons nnd cut
lery at a great bn-gain, the only fault
lieing there is not a Inrgcqtmntity of nuy
one, though you can always get u dotcn
or set alike, lie sure to call this week at
57, 30 and 61 South Main street.
wrw, A. l-osler, Steve Walters anil
lid. White have oiicned a first-t-lnsM Iwir-
Ikt shop under llrown & Gudger's store,
anil lin-v nniectlully solicit the patron
age 01 inc puoitc.
A Mew Road to Bllaa.
If you lire wise nnd wish to become
hrallhv and wealthy also, vou will uw
Roller King or Kleetric Luiht flour: be
cause the Ashcville Milling Company's
Hour is not only the best but thcclicnnest.
New Ad vert lactueiit a To-Day.
Kiitick T. II. Cotih.
I-'ii. SI.E llnx 247.
W'AtTKIt C, IIUX A1H,
l'i Kai.x Ciikap . J. Anton.
A romnrtent mnn to nlnr a double liana In
ine ois-ra oi i-at'cncc. Atlilrens
t , mix six.
June i line
Complete outfit nr manufarturlnir rubber I
sianiiM wiin -i torn oi iyie.
I II. HOX 27.
Jiinrl lM.1t Ashi-ville, N. C.
?DK HA Lit CHBAP.
Two valuable lot 30x100 fret on llolierts I
trret. Apply to U. I. ANTON.
Bv virtue of the powers given to the undnl
ignro ut ine ueea in trust to nun executed
by II. II. Buttle and wife M. J. Sultle. dnted
Xeptembrr 33, 1HH0, mrl-tcnd in the office
of the ReaiBter of lieeds fur Hunvombc
County, N. C, In Bonk IN. at page 147, etc.,
to whu-h reference la hereby made lor full
particulars, to secure notes tneretn deacrilKd
payable to Roslic. Hlanton At Co., and be
cause of the failure to oav the Interest mimmi
aid notes for more than ten days after it be
came due, all said notes, by espres stinula-
uun an mi i.i unu .a . . u. u,imi immic QUC I
ana ocing still unnaiu. ann it orlnir thererorr
made the duty of the said trustee to sell the
lam eonveyea in sain need in trust and ric-
scrniea tielow upon urmand of said Hoatic,
Hlanton ac Co.. which demand haa been
Tncreiore, i, i n. i.omi, a. such trustee,
will sell at public sale at the court house
door In Ahrvllle, K. C., on Monday, the
JlstriayofJulr. l0Oatiao'c lockm .theland
deserilird In snid need In trust above mention
ed, lying fa BuncombcCounty, alioutanemile
northeast of the city of Ashcville, being part
of "the Klmbcrly land,' in two tracts, the
first containing 17 acre, more or lee and the
second containing All acre more or les.
Said tract, adjoin each other and also adjoin
ana. oi a. ti- ami . n. layman, namuel Kay
and other, the hrst tract being the land con
veyed toaald !. I. "utile by (. P. Tbomp-
mmn ww.hu . i Nnin. tract ucing mat
eonveyea to mm oy u. t.. neynoins and wire,
both of which deeds are rciristrml In Bjdft
county and to them referrn.e is hereby made
for further description. Krlercuce Is made to
aid deed in trust for further description of
sain land anil tne courses and distances of
tnc boundaries, i erms or snle, cab. This
lots day oi June, ihihi.
T. H. COBB.
At a bargain, good horse, hue-w. rond
cart, .addle, hnrncss, etc., must lie sold by
natumav. Aunress una :iom. A.huiii m i-
1"HB NOTICK Ol' TIIK
THIN III' Till! AHIIItvn I u
AND IIOTBL CIIMI'ANV.
Office of th Clerk of the Ruprrlor Court of
t uncomoc t-ounty, Asncvlllc. N. C
Public notice is herehv siren that I knn
this day waned letters of incorporation under
tne sea, m tuc cum nor i. ourt. declaring V.
and their successors to be, and thenceforth
Mcna. a. ncirn, naitie. , . u.mih
tney snail oe, a cnrixiratlou for the Pur
pose of puri-hasing, selling, leasing, de-
i . . .... . ' . iMi,.un,im iiuirp.,
mas, cottages aim other buildings, and car
rying on and maintaining a general hotel
and llverv business at Ashevllle anil I,m wMn.
uy in nuneomiie vountv. North Carolina.
for the term of sixty year with a capital of
-w m.uui, u'Mf.ra oiviiien into tea tuous-
aua snare oi tnc value ol SUHI each.
w. T. uuvMin.rta
Clerk of the Superior Court uf Itaacojibc
t-onniv, n. c.
NOTICE TO LAND OWNERS.
Wanted to lensr for a term of years for
cash, or purchase from ten to twenty seres
arable land, with house thereon, within four
mile, of Aahevlllc. Call or address
JunclodAc wl w At A. Oarrett', Box B.
A larfv frnm tk. Moeth. who tlsa mm nmrtmim
In iiinno Instruction, wishes a boarding place
nr icsaon win o anefinivnientlor Doara.
Also win take a few private pupil. Address
n. ., i,. box Bin.
POH RBNTJULV 1ST,
Photo gallery over Law' .tor. If aye. I
pnrtment cummodlon and ea.y of acee. I
stmt sayngnt! panor. ann printing nc-1
r., ..nnin vr.,
M South Mala street.
we are now nnmarcd with moms Ibr mm.
MM. B. B. CIIAMBKRLIrf,
maySldlm 87 Church street
Rv a Ant rlass Mfvul tMlllna as Mw,b M
cnaraoermaia. A ooa nom omirefl. Besrr-
nee liven. Apply to
JunelOdSt Clt Hcstaurant.
Rummer term for Music. French and Oer-
mnn, from Jam as till August SO. Apply
from June 81 at the Ashevllle Female Colleg.
. aim as. susasiSTSx,
Thorough Inalnsetloa la instrumental and
vocal music given by Mia W hillock, ail
noonnn street, soms, a. c,
Fin. Rnaanraoal tHaisn ffn sals .sms
at Woodaa strsst, AahavHIa, M, C,
BALLARD, HIGH & BOYCE,
StO VeS and Tinware.
PLUMBINO, OAS AND STEAM FITTING, SLATE
AND TIN ROOFING,
PAINTS and OILS.
THE PASTEUR FILTER,
IN A LI. 812Kb PUR 1'AMILV
AN II IHlTHI. t'SH
Uuaraiilcett lo be Uerw Proof.
ALL H1ZU KUI'T IN STOCK.
Cold, Mlvcr, Ivory, Oak. Gilt and Comlil-
nation Mouldinm. Also Koom Moulding.
Picture. Matted, Mounted and Framed at
lowest prices and work Kunranteed. Knarav-
Inxn, I'aintinm and Local View, always on
a S. Main at., Aahevlllc.
apr 1M d
A CAR LOAD OF
FRESH - LIME
In Bulk or
Ofllec No. 30 Patton Avenue.
TliLIII'IIUNU NO. 40.
W.rehoUK at HepoL l. U. Ik,. (134.
C. E. MOODY.
P. A IIIMNINUH,
Allorne-Mt-I.aw Notary PnltHe,
Ml. 19 LhV.AL BI.tH.IC.
20 Iota In Chunn'a Cove, lust u,sl.b. ,lte
Paint Hock """""" "n
soo acre land thief mile, north of Hrndrr-1 select society will not rail to visll th pleaaant lesort aad driak of Iu beaUaui waters
mville. A. a, H B. U ran. ihMu.uk .klu.
land. I'ostomce and depot near by.
atnre house. No. 19 Patton aveaMe. fnal
Kng-llah and French
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL.
FOR VOUNO UOIEI AND LITTLE SIMJ,
No. SO Prcnck Broad Arenac,
MRS. UROWYN HAITUNO,
(For many yean Associate Principal of Mt.
veraoa institute, Baltimore.)
Assisted by a corp. uf comprauat teachers
THE DAIRY MAIDS'
1'NllliR A08PICBII OF TIIII
PUR BIINKPIT OP TH8-
la th Farmer' Warehrmat Friday algnl, I
J nth. Admlsaloa 10 cents. Refreshments I
Fnrchaaer of loU at the sale, at Jun 3,
8 aad who ha v. aot yet paid their ea-aeat
money will please call at any office between
m hoars of 8 aad 8 p. m. during thi week.
la mr absence T. C. McNcely will repre
asmaaaaaBrnmnnamBaa ' 1
THAT BEAUTIFUL LOT ON
TdxIOO, Apply to
Or J. M. CasmsHMIl, Asjaat,
ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1090. V
TERMS STRICTLY CASH WITH ORDEX1
In quantities not lew than one ton at factory
In quantitic. not less than nne hHlf tun at factory..
HOO pounds, ao ticket., lo pounds each
TOO " !i 115 " "
7IMI " 13 " 60 ' "
1000 " 10 " 10U " "
No lee will be delivered without cash or
Telephone No. 36 and 40.
JKJLXICO COAL AT RETAIL.
For Crate, 5.00.11
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
For sale at WholcaaJc and Kctail by
ASHEVILLE ICE AND COAL COMPANY,
sucpnonc 30 ana 40.
Bxcluslve Atrrnts iHomcttic und Htcam I for Western North Carolina.
I.BW18 MADDUX, Pre
L. P. McUMIU, Vice-Pres.
IssECToa. Lewis Maddux, M.J. Brardra,
a. H. Heed, Ueo. a. Powell. C. M. McLoud.
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, -
Organised May lit, 1BSB-
(state, Count- and
Doc a General Hankiair Business. Deposits
let bona made on all aereulblc polnta. The
On all .urns la this department, deposited
or 4 per cent, per annum will he paid.
. special attention Rlrea to loans oa real estate, which will be placed Tor. loag time oo real
linen trom V a. m. to 8 p. m. On Saturday the Baring Department will be o pea ull a p.m.
ON It Ol' TIIU
In the South.
Service and table Hirst
r . . . ...
For terms address
H. J. GREEN WELL, Proprietor.
Only 8 Billet) from Aahevlllc
The greatest number and variety of mineral
48 Spring, on Lews Than 40 Acres.
Chalybeate. Iron, sulphur, epsoen, alum, and
Hint are used in curing Indigestion, liver and kidney trouble, chronic dysentery, chronk dv'
larpsla nnd ehninie alclt headache. One sorim. iwmil. rifliMMi l. k. ,' . . '
.. Iu VJ
Sao to jo Per Month, or i Per Day.
Wf frnritcea. tgatlHiowlalat. etir.. raa ha hai.
lntmtrd to tart led to cum and try Um water. Ureal lmpnTtwiita will be a6e ntZl
Train leave Aheville at .( a. m. and
for luriiier Infurmattitsa mvrit tn
linTCi nDMnNn.iinTci DnmivpncoT
IIV I I1 2 nillllUHU
SKYLAND MINERAL, SPRINGS, N. C
KlRht Miles (south of Aahevlllc, on the A. a S. Railroad.
New hotel, acw cottngr, new furniture,
48 MINERAL SPRINGS. .
White Hulphur. Alum. Magnesia. Iron and
. -- - -.-.y
Ashcville, N. C.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO..
MaaafactMrrrs aad Ueahrrs la alt kinds of Iff)
Door, Saah, Blluda, Mouldlnsya, Stalrwora,, Mantcla, Bantx
and Bar flat urea, and all kinds of Bulldluar Ma-rlal.
Hard ,Wooj Lumber
DcMlcrain Wall Paper, Window 8u.de.and Patent Itanarero,
Paints, (Ml aad V am Is be, Masury's Mixed
We kesu la stock at. Irataane Kaatarhy
Hay Come and so, hat we are Hero to Sell Gooda aau
DID YOU HEAR
W. have Htraw Hals I real to AO ceau
Ihrr house-see then,. Mia aad Te tjuarter Shlrtl.g by th raw. Frtata, TJhiRhams
AC, ., at nay prka yoa would ask Intra. Some all Mlk Irrsa floods is . .a
Would say more bat this will eon vine yoa.
At old aland,
All WATUR THOROUGHLY
Twcaty-lvt year, oi practical .xperleae., .nmlila.t wlta yassniAl, attaatloa to al
of the basin, aad perfect arrangement
maaufact.red, enable tbs proprietor to prrarnt
Carboaated Beveracc. '
Vichy and Seltzer
Olsarr At aad all th. variou Savors of SODA
Aw la City Mmlts, Oat of tows otarssast
.40c. per handn
Ticket, now on sale at the office of tbs
& Coal Company
No. 30 Patton Avenue
For Stove, . . Ma.m.
I. B. KAMkUN, Cajhtw
M.J. Pant. J. 8. Rankla. I. .Ma. I. St.
received. Bschaaa boaght and saM. Col.
Having Feature will receive .pedal attention.
lor four month, or longer, Intern! at th rate
J FIVB MINUTtaV
"KJwalk pkom thb
Pas the door every to
on the A. 8. Railroad and
aprlng to be found la the South.
magnraia. aeveral very fine smiMmIIm.
VT " eoitnges near tnc aprlngs. Lota areaolel
iral water. Board can as had at
tsyfr4Hws . . M t t .
irturn aft 7 n. m on
n m '
OTIS A. MILLER,
Hkyland P. O, N. C.
III! I LL UUMII I UllLtl I
beautiful grasa, aeal tcsnlt aad t-rooact laws.
K psora. Those Meklng health aad idea
17. A. a.VW'rWlT
Near Patena;cr Depot.
Work m N.ImI(v.
I'alnU aad Color.
Whtdow filaas, hoik
Lead, . , ,
WHAT WE SAID?
,h. Splendid Uat of Mm cheaper tkaa any
Atihevllle Dry Good. Co..
.J. O. HOWaXL, Ma
below Pannlmaa Co.'. Hardware ator.
i7 Haywood Ctrcel .
FILTERS on the rfla-ltWi
for CLtuaugaa. and poarrt of a foods
to bis aaataroas aatroas a sassrlor aUs ol
i 'J '
.Water In Siphon.
WATRR randy fce sMsnsaat aad oonra
bav'aaoasia.a nanism '
c b cAMnttiX,