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ASI1EVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: Fill DAY EVENING, JUNE 13, 18J0.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
II. D. ClUI.n, ItimiucM MiiuaKcr,
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In on ale at the follow iut place in Aula vilU
CI riKN lU I U K.
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PERTINENT AND PERSONAL
News) Alioul AhIic-IIIIiiiih mid ui
MmiuirH Wlllil" our ;ali-.
Tlio Asliei il It.- ('.mi Cluli w ill t;ive a j'ii'
1 1 if I til v till.
t'.eo. lltlllll.llll. nl t',llCII!.l'oro, IS ,lt 1 1 11
S. J. Stierrill iciiimiiIs Kitlituoiiil ill
tin- lii'aml t'tiilral.
(iii.ll.ltrn-.il icnicr-cuts L lueuyo al
the Huttcry I 'ill k.
J. i l. A. Smith, nl llosiou, is at tin
J. T. Marshall, ut Missouri, is at tin
t'.eo. I'iikiusoti, nl S.iv.iuimli, is at tin
A. I., l'tinn ami wile nl Atlanta arc at
ttie I'.lctt Kin k.
M. . Itiickskiuui. ut ' li.iHiiuoii, is al
W. A. Win ul ami wile i-l KuowiHc .' i
at tin' I'ikii Koek.
Thin- wire I'll ai rivals at tin prin
cijul hotels usti'iiliij .
S. JuiiioiivilU- riitcscuts New "ileitis
al tin- Swaiinaiina.
Ca't. W. Ii. Itrccsc rcliirric. last iiiylit
Irom CliarK'stiiii, S. C.
' I. C. Williams, n prisiiiliiii; tin' Stall
Cliiouieli-, is in tin- i'it v.
Tin- i-M.ivatiiMi fur tin Jolinsl.ui I. ml. I
iiiK is alm'ist cotniletctl.
J. T. Palis !' Oiaiiili'islMitii. l a., i:-
registered at tlici'.lui Koek.
li. I". Uro.-iilliiust. of An-iisla. is rc.
isleriil al the ll.-iltcrv Park.
li. I. Hi. Inns ri'tiirne.l yeslinlay lion
a short liusintss nip to All. ml. i. tin.
T. I'. llraneli ami Miss Itraneh, ul An
Kilsta, Oa., are at the llaltery Park.
K. V. I'lilisnn ami as. V. Moniue. ul
Wilinintt.ii, are at the Italtery Park.
Kev. V. J. r.r'liiian lias n lnrneil l'm
I'ayellei ille ami will sK-ml several weeks
V. J. Cueke ami A. P.. Kankin have re
luriinl I'liiiii Wiill.ml eulliHe, Spai'tan
J. II. Moruan ami lainily. "I l.reenville.
S. C. are at llie Italtery Park lor n slim t
Tax Lister A. T. Siimniey says that tin
lax pavers arc very slow alimit i linj:
up tu list.
Iir.Jiilin Viinl'.iliUr represvnls Haiti
more ainoiij; yestcnlay 's arrivals at tin
Miss I'.raec Junes, who has Ikcii al-
tcmliti); siliuol at KaleiKh, lias returiieil
to this city.
P, C. anil P. Mclnliic have sold to V.
I . Juhnsi.n a house and lot on Uridyl
street for J 1,."(hi.
The gulwdlianec of I'.uneoiiiW enmity
will hold n upvcial nicctint; at Iteavel
I iam to-niKht.
Sixty passengers iVoin the west lurtind
train took lireaklast at the I'dcn Kuek
The regular weekly inectiiiK of tin
Mayor and Il'iard of Aldermen will U
held to-ntKlit at8.:io.
The men working on the noverinnent
linililiiiR arc often troubled with theeav-
iiij; in of the fotiiidation hanks.
C. V. Urown, Jesse K. Staines ami K.
(i. Johnson have returned from the un
ilcrtakcrs nievtiiiK '" WilniiiiKton.
lA'tters of incorporation have lieen is
sued to the Asheville Park and Ilotelcoin
puny. The capital stock is $1,0110,11110.
Miss Mattie Kennedy, who has lieen
HndiiiK several months al Capt. J. li.
Kay's, left yesterday for her home, Air
The doctors say there is 11 rcmarkalily
small amount of sickness in Asheville
now. The undertakers arc not having
The company that intends putting in
fuel nun works here has just completed a
plant in Mi'lillcshnroiinh, Ky. Keports
say it is lining well.
I'. J. Oliver, of HiirliiiKton, N. C, has
accepted a position in the Western t'nion
Tcle(?rnph nflicc nt this place, lie ns
simied his duties to-day.
A resolution of thanks was tendered
to Conductor John M. Kerns by the
Cirand Commnndery yesterday, lie hail
charge of their excursion to Balsam.
Misses Mnry nnd Kntc Reynolds ot St.
AiiKitstinc, Fin., lire In the eity. They ar
rived Inst nifjlit, nnd have taken rooms
ut Mr. 0. L. McDonalirsonriiiiley street.
The children of Trinity lipiseopal Sun
day school enjoyed their minimi picnic
under the cure of the teachers, nt the eity
wntcr works on the Swnnimnoii yester
day. Mr, U. D, Carter lins a large force of
hands tinder the direction of Cupt. Troy
opening two Ibrtv-foot streets through 1
tlie nlrd property. One street runs from
Chestnut to II ill, nnd the other from llnird
to the back end of the property ond pur
ullcl with Charlotte street.
ft PLEASANT EXCURSION.
HOW THE KNIGHTS SPENT
THE DAY AT BALSAM.
OFFICERS ELECTED AND THE SES
TIlV I.IIMt lv of the MCVtlllK-
lvrHwiial Mention of tlic
Thee.xeiirsiiin train lK',irinn the Kuiglits
Templar, left the Western Ninth luro'
lina depot at 1 1 o'clock yesterday niorif
ing and made the rim In Halsam over the
pieturesiiic route in two hours, making
two stops, one at Turnpike and the other
At Italsani thev Iniind Mrs. Ilright
ready with a iiiusl apietiiiiK and suli
sianiial dinner, of which the fresh 11101111-
lain trout fnrmed a not iniiniporlant
lealiire, al least eveiyhndy made anxious
inipiii'ics lor them at once and only tell
salislied w hen il was sure they would In-
served. There were other good thiuus
Mis. Iliiglit gave lliem to which full
nisliec was dune.
Alter dinner the party strolled aroinid
(lie m.iiuilaiiis near the depot while they
siiiukeil and passed away an hour or
1 w II.
Ki t lu lling the excursion stnpied nil al
Siihihur Springs, drank of the water al
the tamutis spi ing ami enjoyed the line
siem i v aliuut Waynesville. From there
1 he inn was ipiicklv make to Asheville.
lauding the party at the depot safely at
Th-- excursion was inueli enjoved hy
lliem all. who say that a must pleasant
dav was sikiiI.
The Couunandery met again last night
it '. i.l, at which time the K. Ii. ('.rami
Commander J. A. Porter read his annual
report. It contained a recapitulation ul
all the important work in this (.rami
x'oinmaiiilery, together with the iinpnr
lain divisions and wnrkingsol ihcl.riiml
liiicauipmcnt of the Pnitcd States. Il
uave a great deal ol oilier information ti
the order, and detailed its thrilty ami
must rciiiarkaUc growth during thepasl
The present, concludes Mr. Porter's
si'cuud year as l.ram! Cumuiander.
The p.iH-r was a masterly production
and Healed strictly ol tai ls. The vanuii,
'uuimltties were appointed who maki
icpui ts to this imitiiiug's sessiun. Tin
.umm.imlerv ceased wui k at II o'clock
In meet again tins umriiiug at nine.
At '.1 o'clock shaip this morning tin
I '.rand Cunimaiidei v met .lu'.iin. nimieil
in snleiuii lui ni ami proceeded to Imsi
iiess. The committees made their le
ports ami other routine woik was
The annual election of alliens came ii
and resulted as follows:
K. li. t'.r. Commander W in. W. Allen
V. li. iK-p'ty I'.r. Coinuiandcr-Janus
Sniiihate. I 'in Ii. 1111.
li. dr. ('.eneralissmio litigeuc S. Mai
II. Cr. Capl. t'.nural I'raiiiis M.
li. Cr. Piclate-Cco. II. Hill. Hi II P. '.
t'.r. Sin. Warden Frederick I. Jacolis,
I'.r. Jim. Warden P. A. Wilson, jr..
Cr. Treasurer William Simpson, Ral
eigh. dr. Kecordcr lloracio II. Mimson,
I'.r. St'd lliarer lico. I.auipniaii.
('.r. Sw-'il Hearer J. Arthur Kcagaii.
t .r. Warden John C. Chase, Wilming
ton. t'.r. Sentinel KoUrt II. Ilradley. Ral
eigh. The next i'.r. Conclave will In- held at
Morehcad City Thursday, following the
second Tuesday iu June, Ih'.iI, at 10
o'clock a. ill.
At 1.' o'chnk the comiiiaiidcry ad
journed. l-uiso.x us.
W. W. Allen, K. li. fiianil Couiiuanil.-r
elect, is a native ul Coluiuliia, S. C, hut
has lived in North Carolina for ninny
years, where he has earned a reputation
as a Mason and as a business man. He
resides at (irccnslioro, and is the .district
siiiieriiitcndcnt of the Southern Fx press
J. lines Soulhgate, the V. li, l. (. C0111
mauilcr elect, is a resident of Purlium
and is a well known insurance tuaii in
liugciic S, Martin, the Ii. (i. (icueralis-
sinio elect, is a son of Hon. Alfred Mar
tin, of Wilmington, and a lawyer liv pro
fession. Francis M. Move, the li. (1, Captain
Cicncrul elect, is a native of Pitt county,
hut now resides in the town of Wilson.
He is well known in the order for his eal
and in his locality as a prosierous mer
chant nnd planter.
Kev. Ccorgc Hell, Ii. ('.. Prelate elect,
lives at Hell, this county, and has for
many years Ik.hi prominent iu Masonic
Geo. Lampman, li, 0. Standard Hearer
elect, resides nt (Irccnslioro, where he en
joys the confidence mid cslccin of all.
J. Arthur Reagan, li. 0. Sword Ilenrer
elect is n native of Wcarvillc this coun
ty, is yet in his early manhood and a very
J, C. Chase, Ii. G. Warden elect, is ana-
live of New Hampshire, but has been 11
resident of North Carolina for over nine
years. Mr. Chase is upwards of forty.
He is n civil engineer by profession nsd
siiirrititenilciit of the city water works
at Wilmington, his home. He is ardently
interested in Masonic matters, is King of
Concord Chapter of K. A. Mnsons, and
secretary of Orient Lodge one of the most
nourishing in the State.
K. II. Ilradley, Ii. 0. Sentinel elect, lives
nt the State capital nnd is regarded as
one of the best Masons in the Command
WHAT WILL BE DONE.
A Few of the Iiitprovi'ttieiittt t
Hv the courtesy of Mr. Richmond
Pearson, Tlili Citizkn yesterday niter
noon examined the grounds and location
of the proMised new "Lake Marjorie."
The head of the lake will lie within a
very short distance of. the ice cold sprii.g
at Mr, Pearson's old residence. The
stream gathers additional force as it
(lows in its winding course until some
three fourths of a mile In-low it assumes
the proportions of a small creek.
The lake would Ik attractive by its cc
centricity of shaie, without the aid of its
magnificent surroundings of forests,
green fields and its approaches by charm
At one place will lie seen the end, but
as the lH'iid is rounded it will widen
out and stretch away to the grassy
sloie on which stands a farm house and
outbuildings. Then its course changes,
and grows narrower and dceK-r as the
great rock dam is reached.
Nowhere else, probably in all this fair
section of Western North Carolina has
nature done her part so well in the topo
graphical fitness for this purpose. Where
the dam will lie constructed the hills
conic so near together that less than
three hundred feet of rock masonry w ill
serve to stop the waters and form the
The dam will Iw about forty-nine feet
high, with a very broad base, and con
structed in the U'st manner, ol granite
ubtaim-il near by, and laid too, on 11
Inundation of solid granite.
Laborers are already al work oil the
lake shore drive, which will lie near four
miles iu extent.
Mr. Pearson has in view t'le construc
tion of an elegant boat-house, and danc
ing pavillion on the lake shore. Here will
In- kept all manner "f crall suitable to
such waters and probably a small steam
When entirely finished no more charm
ing spot can Ik-found in the South 01
ITEMS OF INTEREST.
From tliv Voting Mt-it'M I'lirlnlliui
The bath rooms of the Young Men's
Christian Association liavi lieen recently
unproved to nut-t the ilcmnnil of the in-cie.-ising
nunilnr of memU-rs. A new eop
k r bath tub has Is-cu added, and ail en
larged heater with a 1 H-gallou hot wa
ter lank has been put up to supply sulli
1 ti nt hoi water. The shower and spray
baths together with the two tub baths
now make the room the liest eillipied in
the city and its constant use shows that
:t is thoroughly appreciated by the me ill
Urs. The skylight nliovc the room has
I sin made movable, giving the room -r-lect
ventilation during the hottest days.
These baths are free at all times to the
lull members of the Association and many
have recently joined for this privilege
To meet the needs of clerks who arc
coiiiclliil 'o work lale Saturday night,
the bath rooms will In- kcptoK-n on that
night until 1 l .au o'clock.
The Association reading room is one
of the coolest places to I- found during
the summer davsaml several additions
have recently In-en made of Southern citv
The work of the Association for the
first six mouths during which they have
occupied their rooms will Ik? presented
at a social reception to the meiiiliers and
their ladies next Tuesday evening.
IN THE MAYOR'S COURT.
The NcUleH.!clOMiild Quarrel
slid Mm Termination.
Mr. W. M. Nettles was not satisfied
with the result of the first meeting with
Mr. Mcllonald on South Main street yes
terday, and sought another later iu the
day. He and his sous hung around in
the vicinity of the paving work where Mr.
Mcllonald was for several hours. Al
about M..'I0 o'clock thry M-i-iued to think
that the time lor action had ni rived, and,
according to the statements of witnesses
at the trial, Willie Nettles, the voungest
son, appeared on the scene with a double
barrelled shot gun. About the same time
his father arrived, and drew a pistol from
his pocket and leveled it at Mr. McDon
ald but some bystanders caught him nnd
wrested the weapon away from him.
Henry Nettles threw 11 brick at Mr. Mc
llonald, nnd the latter picked up some
brick but did not throw them.
As the pistol was taken awny from Mr.
Nettles, he asked his voungest son why
he did not shoot McDonald In-fore any
one noticed his gun.
Until cases were tried I store City Clerk
Miller, in the absence of Mayor lllnnton.
Iu the first case Mr. McDonald was fined
for the rough treatment to Mr. Net
tles, and on the second ease of assault
with deadly wciihiiis, Mr. Nettlesandhis
sons were bound over to the criminal
court in bond of $100, which was fur
A Mew realurH.
Adjutant General Glenn was in the city
yesterday and talked of the coming en
campment of the State troops.
'The reason for holding a regimental
instead of a brigade encampment this
year," he said, "is lieeausc we think that
n change should be made. Nearly all of
the States that hold successful State en
campments alternate the regimental mid
brigade nnd we will probably do the
same." This yenr General Glenn says
that there will be a great deal of atten
tion paid to target practice.
Captain S. Ii. lllount, of the regular
army, and a tactician of note, will drill
the tronis, and after the encampment
the lcst shots will be practiced regularly
as sharpshooters, ami this will hereafter
lie one of the features of the North Caro
Kind's) Daughters' Knlertalnmenl.
Ut alt attend the Dairy Maids' Festi
val to-night at the Farmers' warehouse.
Admission 10 cents. Performance to be-
in at H.30 o'clock. Proceeds lor Kin
PerhapN Another Hotel.
Negotiations arc now iiending between
W. T, Reynolds, the owner of the famous
Gouehe's Peak property, and a gentk
man from Connecticut, for the snle of the
tract possibly for hotel purposes. There
are ."(il) acres of land, mid one of thi
nnest views iu the country can lie ob
tained from the top of the peak. It is
but four miles from the city, and is one
of the prettiest sites yet mentioned for a
Dairy Maids' convention at the Farm
ers' warehouse to-night.
Workmen cutting the wire caused a
false alarm to sound to-day at noon.
The real estatetraiisactionsin Asheville
and the suburbs within the last thirty
days have amounted toaboiitoiiemillioii
W. W. liilhcrt lias U-eil apKiinted cen
sus enumerator in Cleveland county to
take the place ol A. li. IVaver, resigned
on account of sickness.
Joe Spider and Jack Killer who were
sentenced to sixty days imprisonment for
assault nt the last term of the criminal
court, were discharged this morning,
their time having expired.
Jas. Herry, n earK-nter living ill West
Asheville, and father of John Perry who
killed Hell, fell from a scaffold near his
home yesterday and broke his leguliovc
the ankle and received various bruises 011
Yesterday afternoon the Asheville
Loan, Const 1 ml inn and liiiprovcmeul
Company disposed of for cash $'JJ,."iiiii
worth of stock, livery thing Kiints to
1 grand success in developing that prop
I.un, Itiirgc, n vming white man, was
loiind w andering about on French Hroad
avenue this morning nt 1 o'chnk iu an
niiules.s way. lie was taken to his home
011 llailey street by two policemen. Till
man iscraxy, but not dangerously so.
Mr. Pearson has not as vet fully ar
ranged the program for the Fourth ol
July celebration at Moulforil Park. The
xc111si.nl train will certainly run, and a
program will Is- announced by Mr. Pear
sou through Tin-: ClTi7i:x in due time.
Ill HINF.HH NOTK'KS,
linmaln Week nl l.aw'M.
The prices for this week will astonish
evcrvliodv. Sec large ail. 111 this par.
I was loriunnte enough to secure a large
"lot" line knives, forks, Simons and cut
lei v at a great ba-gain, the only fault
Ih-iiic; there is not a largeiiuantitv ol am
in-, uiougii you can always get a ilnxcn
r set alike, lie sure to call tins week al
."7, .V.i ami nt South Main street.
KIhk'n nnuirhter'n Knlerlalninenl.
Dairv Maids' Festival tn-tiiclit at the
banners warehouse. Admission loeents.
Performance to In-gin at o'clock.
Proceeds lor benefit of kindergarten As
The ANhevllle clllm-ii ;Uch
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The freshest State news.
The Is-st general news.
General and Ssvial comineiils.
The largest subscription list of am
secular imin-r in the State,
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A full staff of able editors and corns
The neatest, newsiest and most enter
prising paper in North Carolina,
Its elloris are always devoted to the
upbuilding and dcvelo'iuncut of the re
sources of the State, particularly the
Subscription, $(1 nr annum; $3 six
months; 00 cents nr month.
Wr-W. A. Foster. Steve Wnlters anil
lid. White have oH.-ned n first-clnss bur
lier shop miner urown (v. I.urigcr s store
and they rcscclhilly solicit the patron
age ol the public.
A Mew Road lo Hllnn.
If you are wise and wish to become
lit-iilthv mifl weiilthv iilso. vim will uw-
Kollcr King or lilcctrie I.iglit Hour; be
cause the Asheville Milling Company's
Hour is not only tliciiesl Inn thec hcmicst
New AdvcrlUcuicnt ToDay.
I'ns Rkkt W. K Wet. Ir.
Ont new Irn niiim limiw In West Hnil nrnr
J. M CamplN-ll resilience. Apply tu
irru'C. Apply tu
W. K. WBST. JH..
No l.ij lllll street.
A cumiKtent mini tu play rioulilc liaas In
me oM-ra 01 i-aiu-utc. Aililrens
C, IIOX 81 M.
jpllK HAL 11.
ComplrH- niittlt fur niitnnhu-turlnff rubber
stamps nun limit 1,1 tvis.
P. 1 1. MUX 117,
Iune12il.lt Asheville, N. C
POK SAI.Ii CIIHAP.
Two vnlunblf liitu .'ion loo ft-rt nn RnlM-rts
iiiwi, Apply lu , J, AHTON,
At a bnrjciiln, tf.iuil horse, buiory, rnnrt
csrt, Mmlille, IniriivHH, etc.. must Is? suhl liv
MHtiinlnr Aililrens llox aim, Asheville, N.O.
TIlK NUT I (.It OP Tllll INCOMI'OKA
TIlIN Ol' TIIH ASIIHVILl-ll I'AKK
ANIl IIIITI1I. COMI'ANV.
iillierul thr Clerk of the Miiiwrlor Crnirt ol
1 uneonilir County, Asheville, Is. c.
I'ulille notice Is fteretiy sivrn thiit 1 have
this ilny Isniietl letters of lnenrM)rntlon uniler
tltrsrnfiir the Huierlor Court, dci-larlna- V,
li. Mi lire, H. Westray llattle, J. It. Martin
anil thrlr suecessors to In-, and them-eHM-th
tht-v shall Iw, a corporation for the pur
ptinr of purehaslna, eellina-. leNKlniE, le.
,,F,IIH Hn,, llll.r.,T.M .mm... ...IM
villas, eottiiKea and other IiuIIiIIiiiih, anil enr-
ryititf on nnn maintnininK a Krm-rai noiei
mill livery ImslneM at Asheville anil Its vicin
ity In Muncomlw County. North Carolina.
for the term of sixty years with A capital of
mc miiiiiin uiuiani oiviurn iniit irn inous
anil nhurca of the value of Sloo each.
W. T. HKVNOI.IIM.
Clrrk uf the Huperlor Court of llunco nlie
iimtii. si. ,
pilM KKNTJt'LV 1ST.
Photo aallery over Law's store. Have's
rnivni SKyilHnti lianora ano pnnonH ne
purtnirnti commodious snn easy of aeecss.
Apply til BIlAKl'IfN, KANKIIS at i.1l
Junetiltf AO Mouth Main street.
Purchasers of lots at the sales of June !l,
3 anil 4 who have nut yet paid their ea nest
money will please call at my olllec lie t ween
the hours of 8 and p, m. durlnu this week.
In my absence T. C. Mi-Nccly will repre
KIC H MONO I'liAKHON.
BALLARD, RICH & BOYCE,
Stovca anil Tinware.
PLUMBING, GAS AND STEAM FITTING, SLATE
AND TIN ROOFING.
FAINTS unci OILH.
THE PASTEUR FILTER,
IN A l.l. SIKS I'lIK I A XI 11. V
ANIl IIOTIil. I Sli
uarMnlc'i-fl lu Ih; (ivrni l"roof.
.M.I. SIUH Klil'T IN STUCK.
C..tl. Silvir, It. try. tliik. Gilt ftn.l Ctimlti-
tuition MnulilinuM- Ainu Kmim MnulilinKH.
rii'tiin'ii Mattnl, Mounted nnl I'riimrd tit
Inwc'Mt pritvn ami work K"iranU-fil. I;tii;rnv
itiK. rahitiiiK ami I.ih'uI Vit wn uIwiivh uii
ha ml nt
J 8. Main Nt., AHhcvlllc.
LIME! LIME! LIME!
A CAR LOAD OF
F R K iS H - L 1 M K
JI HT HlXCIVICIt.
III Hulk or
Oillcc No. ju 1'ntlon Avenue.
Tlil.lil'IIIINIt NO. 40.
Wurchouae nl IK-pol. I', o. Hot n.'U.
C. E. MOODY.
P. A tl'MMINf.r.,
At lornt--t-l.vr M Notary Public
NO. 11 1. HC, A I. IILOCK.
J11 lots In Chunn's Core, just outside the
I.ish at-rea bind in Mnillson county, near
I IIIIll KfK'K.
niHi neres land thte- miles north of lleniler-
onvllle A. At M K. K. runs throiiKh the
until. I'ostomer anu ileHit nenr by,
Ktore hoti-r. No, 1 a Pat ton avenue. I'u
i-slon alvrn June 1, IHUO.
Eiiglliih and French
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS,
Nn. 40 Frrnih Hrunil Avenue.
MRS. BURQWYN HAITIAN D, PRINCIPAL
1 Por many ymm AwioHntr I'rinHpfit uf Mt.
vernon inntMtite, nniiimnrr.i
AimlHtrd liv curiM of comiicntrnt tcchcm
TruMcc Bale of Valuable
By virtue nf the power tflvrn to the timtrr
R.Ktii'd hv the deed in trimt tu htm etecutt'd
by l. I. Huttle nnd wife M.J, Huttle, dati-l
Heptemhrr U.'t, Innii reui-terril In the orliir
of the Kt Inter of IkxiIh for Hunt'iiinlH'
Cnunty, N, C, In Hook m, nt pnire 17, ete
to whi,h rrfrrenre In hereby made for full
pnrtlrulnni, to nerure not en therein deaiTlheil
unynlilc to llontle, lllftnton Mr Co., nnd tie
cnuwofthe fa dure to pny the IntereHt upon
Hid ntiteti ftr more thiin ten tiny after It tie
cnnie due, all Raul notm, liy CAprrnn ptlpaln
tlon In mild deed In trimt, hnvlnc become due
and tvtnir "till unpnlil. nnd It th liiM therefore
mnde the duty of the bl trtiMtrc to ml I the
Innd conveyed In nnld deed In trunt and dr
rrlbed lielow uKn demand of paid Montlc,
IMnntnn ft Co., which demund hmn been
Therefore,!, T, II. Cobb, a iueh trtintee,
will nell at mi bile unle at the court houae
door In Afthevllle, N. C, on Mondnv, the
Jlntdnyof July. INiiOat ItfoVloekm .tricland
detwribed In aaid deed In trunt above mention.
ed.lylntf In ItuncotnheCotinty, about one mile
northf ant of the eity of Aahevllle, belnit pnrt
of 'the Klmlierly land," In two travu, the
flmt con tain In tx 17 ncrea more or lent and the
econcl containing nu acre more or lend.
Haiti tract adbdn each other and a I no adoln
land of A. II and C. K. layman, Hamuel Kay
and other, the flmt tract nelnu the land coii.
veyetl to nld l. I. Hultle by (. P. Thoui.
nun mnt wnciiinii inc nrcuno trnci oetnK I Mat
conveyed to him by II, I,. Reynold and wife,
both of which deed are rcKlatcrtd In ntd
cvunty and to them reference I hereby made
for further dtacrintlon. Reference In mailr in
ald deed In trunt for further drcrlptinn of
nam innun ami me couraea finu umtnntT of
the boundaries, Term of anlc, vaiih Thl
min oay m June, .mm,
T. h. conn,
Ve are now prepared with rooms for sum
MRU. H. B. CHAMIIItHMN,
maynidlm 67 Cliunh street
ThoroiiKh Inatractlun In Inslrumrnlal and
viHal muKlc nl ten by MIms WhllliHk, ill)
Wooiinn street, Asheville, N. C.
Pine Rosewood Plnno for sale ehean at
au Wooiinn street, Anhevlllc, N, C.
ASH Ii VILLI! ADVERTISEMENTS.
ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1890.
TERMS STRICTLY CASH WITH ORDER
In iiiiiiitltles not H-iih thiin one ton at factory
In tpittnlitifH not Ii-hh thiin one Imlf ton at liietory..
into pounds, uu tlefcelH, tu pouiidii caeh
70II " as " U! "
7.111 " 1.1 " OH " "
lout) " ID " 1IIO " "
No U-i- will be iliHvered without i-itsh or tit
Aghcvillc Ice &
Telephone No. 36 and 40.
JKLLICO COAL AT RETAIL.
Vor Grate, Ks.oo.D For Stovea, ... $a.o
BEST ATIIIIACITE COAL
For sale at Wholesale and Retail by
ASHEVILLE ICE AND COAL COMPANY
Telephone 36 and 40.
lixclualve Annus i Doiiiciaic mid Mteain) for Western North Carolina.
I.HWI8 MADIHIX, l-ri. L. H, WeLOUIS. VIce-ITe.. . B. RANKIN, Chirr
S-iJ. B- Kaokln, J. B. R.y.J. K. Keed
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, E-
Oraanitrd May 1st, 1HHI-
State, Couiit :aud
Does a Oencral llnnklnii Business. I Kmi.Ii.
lections made on all accessible points. The
On nil iuiiib in this department, drpnaitrri
of per cent, per annum will be paid.
illKi-lal attention irlven to loans on real estate, which will be placed Kor. Iook time on real
Open Irom V a m. to 3 p. m. On ttatunlnya the Ravin Department will tieoien till n p.m.
(INK OF Tllll
In tin' South.
Service nnd talilc I'intl
H. J. GREENWELL, Proprietor.
Only 8 lrlllcH from Anhevlllc on the A. & H. Railroad and
The cnntrit numla-r and variety of mineral sprlnirs tn be found In the Mouth,
48 Spring on Less Than 40 Acre,
Chiilyltcatc, Iron, sulphur, rpsoin, nluin. and mairneiiia. Several very iae eoaihiaall.w,
th.tl lire ucil in curinu in.llc.liiin. liver nnd ktilm-y tmulilc, chronic dyarHlrry, ehroniol.va-
ieiin nnd chronic siek heii.lachc. One sprinu
- "".""it ii ..ui, 11 nuiirt i-iHtiiKc. nenr tiw npnntrs. Lots are
ut nominal price, to advertise the place anil the mineral water, iloard can be had at
Sao to 9 30 Per Month, or Si Per Day.
Ki-fcrrncea, trMlmonlntu, etc., can lie had liy writinK to the owner; or la-tter yel. anyone
int. rented in invited to come and try the water. Ilreat Improvements will be made neil.
I nun. leave Asheville at Vj.iMI a. m. and return at 7 . m. fit re iltt cents.
KKYLANU MINERAL, SPRINGS, N. C.
KlKht Mile South of Anhevlllc, on the A. A H. Railroad.
New hotels, new cuttiiKcu. new furniture, lanutilul liroves.nrat tennis and croi,uet lawn.,
48 MINERAL SPRINGS.
White Sulphur, Alum. MiiKiir-iin, Iron iinil lipsom. Those seeklnn health and pleaurc anil
select MH-iety will nut full to visit this pliiimiul resort uuil drink of lu healing waters.
Anhevlllc, N. C.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
M atnulat'lurrra anil Ilrnlirt1 4m all kinala sal llnwaMl '
Door, Hants, Blind, Moulding,., Hlalrwork, mantel. Bank
and Bar Fixture, and all kind of Building Material.
Hard Wood Lumber Work a Specialty.
nnv 1diy Telpho,i Mo. a.
FITZ PATRICK BROTHERS,
Dealer In Wall Paper, Window Hhdeaiid Patent Maner,
Paints, Oils and Vatnishcs, Masury's Mlsed Faints and Colors. Window Class, both
French and American
We keep In stock St. Loulnninl Kentucky Unri. . a-liStll v
A WIND STORM
May Come and go, hut we are Here to Sell Good and arc
Caolug; to Hell Them.
DID YOU HEAR WHAT WE SAID?
We have Hlrnw Hals I cent to lid cents each. Hplendlrt line of Hhocs chnter than any
uthcr house see thtni. Nine anil Ten Uuurtcr HhlrlinK by the rnK. Prints, Olntjhann,
oat., inc., al any prlit- you would ask them, Koine all Milk Ureas Goods 111 cents ,cr yard.
Would any more hut this will convince you.
Abbeville Dry Goods Co.,
J. O. HOWBI.L, Maaaxer.
Al old Innd, 1st door below Pennlinnn At Co.'s Hardware Htore
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
117 Haywood Street.
All WATER THOROIVHLY FILTERED on the Pretnl.
Twcnty.flve years ol practical eicrience, combined with mssosal attention tu alt de.
tails of the buaincaa and Njrfeet rranuements for CUUNLINRSt and pdsitt of all goods
manufarturerf, enable the proprietor to present to his numeroas patrons a superior elan, ol
Vichy and Seltzer
Ginger Ale and all the various flavors of
free In City limits. Out of towa ordersiust
; JJJe. per hunilred,
Itt u. Tlekcta now on sale at the office of the
Coal Company. -
No. 30 Pattou Avenue,
received. Kichanae bouaht and snlri. t-oi
Havinx Feature will receive special attention.
for four months or lonirrr. Interest at the rat.
FIVII MI.M TliS
WALK FROM TUB
Fuss theiloor every 111
m-ently ilevcliiK-d is the aieatcst tonic water
OTIS A. MILLEll,
Hkylaud P. O., N. V.
E. A. LeVENE,
Near PaswcnKcr Depot.
Water In Siphon.
0I)A WATBR ready for shipment and delivered
have ssaposaisLi reference.
C. H. CAMPBELL.