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ASIIEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 10, 1890.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
II. D. CHILD, Dullness Manager.
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TERRIBLE ACCIDENT ON THE
W. N. C. SATURDAY.
PASSENGER TRAIN NO. 62 JUMPS
ItN dltU'liaNaiita rtf ftntillr mott anil rnriiirit
I In the interest or public ii.Urlty, ho runt
Kuvernment, and pru(tHaroufi .niiumry. ami it
know no pcmuuiu allcKiaiicvin trvaliiiK pub-
Hltcvimrn cople of any edition will be ncnl
free to Hny unr nemllnji their aiiilmus.
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MONDAY, jlWIS Hi, 1SH0.
TM15 ttAII.Y 11TUKN
Is nn tatr at the follow inn ulucii In Atthcv.liV:
UATTItK Y 1'AKK NIWH STANU.
lll.HN HOCK Mi US STANIi.
MOUKI. CU.AK sroKli. i'atlnn Ave.
J- CAKSUN'S MiWS STDKli, Nurtll Court
PERTINENT AND PERSONAL
MewM About AHhrvllllailH mid l
Mtrauuvra within Our (ilt'.
W.ivnc S. K;iv returned last nielli Ironi
J. M. Ne;il, ul lan villc, if rv;islcti'i) at
I'. M. Walker, ul V.'li;ill;inoo;;i, is at
M. S. Mc.llnn, ot knowillc, is at tin
Tlx 8. Ilaiiinaii, ul Cincinnati, is at tin
A. VoKt'l represents riiilaileliliia at tlic
T. M. Jack, of Ilillsvitle. V. Va., is rcj.
islereil at llic f'.lcti Kock.
lieo. B. I'nviiiii;4. ul' South riltsluun
Tetiu., is at the llaltcry l'ark.
T. S. (iatewoixl icircscuts Texas at
tlic I'.len Kock. He is rriini Mt. Vernon.
Mr. Will Aiken rctuiniil to Knoxtillt
this arterniiiiu with liisluiile, nee Collins
Mr. uml Mrs. Cliaptnan Colcinnu, m
Hcrlin. t'.iriiKinv, arc lit the llalter
Madame Iklariue anil Miss II. Amelia
White, of I'.altiuuxe, are at the Ilatterv
Max Marcus, formerly a clothing mer
chant here, is in the city liir a lew i)ay
in a visit.
IVputy Collector A C. Patterson whe
has Urn here lor a ilay or ttvolcU to-ihiv
C. II. llinclow, ol St. I'aul. ami I'. I,
Ault, of Chicago, arc registered at tin
County Tieasnicr Courlncv is moving
into his new iiiartcrs, the olliec vacated
I iy Sheriff Reynolds.
There were one hiinilrcd anil seventy
onc arrivals at the prineipal hotels yes
UTil.it' ami Saturday.
Kev. Y. II. K iiijj. Ironi Seneca. S. C.
preached at the I'rench llroml ll,iitist
church yesterday tnoriu'iu;.
II. I. I-allcrty, ol I.oiifsvillc, Ky., and
(co. K. Suinh, of Marion, () arc regis
tered at the llaltcry l'ark.
Mr. W. I.. Shoic will erect u lil'tecn
ruom house on 1'rcnvli Itroad avenue.
The cost w ill lie about $I,imio.
K. K. Hill has purchased from J.J. and
Mrs. Hill the lot Ih.ixI-'o.'I, with house,
on Hillside street for ifs.lliMi.
Miss Carrie I 'tried, who wasu teacher
in the Ashcvillc I'cmale college was pres
ent at the Charlotte Music festival.
Mr. J. II. Woody, while working' at his
machine shop on Willow street this
morning, liad his hand caught in the
lathe and Ididly nmslied.
Miss I'oiincll, of New Heme, X. C, mid
Miss I'ritelictt, of Ilaltiinore, lire in the
city stopping with their friend, Mrs. N.
W. Cirdwrmil, on French llroad avenue.
Will. II. SanlMirn, J rincipal of Clare
mont College, and Ilr. K. II. linker, ol
Hickory, N, C nrc at tlic Clen Rocjt.
They were calleit here liy the news ol
Mrs. von lluhlow's injuries.
J. II. I.oiigliran to-day purchased at
trustee's sale twenty -ciht acres on
Hominy, seven miles from the city for
$1,0110. T. I''. Sturnes bought one-fourth
interest in l,5oo acres on Hominy lor
K. W. Wallace, njjccl .".'I and Martha
Ilutchens, nurii in were married in Shcr-
iii Kcynoius oiiicc Miturilay evening,
Tlicy nrc from Henderson county. C.
W. Malone, lisip, performed the cere
mony. Mr. Richmond Pearson has received
$7,!i00 Ironi n Northern State to lie in
vested in his recent purchases of real es
tate. This is one result of the recent ac
tivity here, and which has gone out to
G. II. Stnrncs has sold to J. II, Ingle a
lot 71 xl!i on Mulberry street for $ 1 ,01 Ml.
lie has also told to M. E. .Stnrncs n lot
0xlOH on Grady avenue, (the new street
running from Cherry street to Stnrncs
avenue) for $005.
Dr. C. D. Smith, of Franklin, spent
Sundny in this city and left to-day for
Raleih where he goes to attend the
meeting of the board of agriculture to
morrow, and to attend the commence
ment excrciset at the agricultural and
mechanical college Wednesday.
The North Asheville Methodist church,
South was dedicated last night. Rev. R.
N. Trice, of Morristown, preached the
dedicatory sermon, A collection amount
ing to $4J was raised for some improve
ments on the uuilUitiv;. The church is free
Ten IHHc'tiKC'rH Wounded -Mm,
J. II. tU'itrlMtroiiKH lllt'H of
Hrr Iiijurlc-H VCMU-rlny
Passenger train No. o'J, due to leave
Ashcvillc at .'.".1 p. in., was wrecked one
and a half miles Ironi Marshall on Satur
1 he tram lelt Ashcvillc about ten mill'
utcs late and was running at the usual
rate when the accident occurred. The
sleeping car and the first class passcn
ger coach were derailed and overturned
anil the second class ami oai:i:agc cars
were both lelt upright, although off the
rails. There were U'twecn twenty-live
ami thirty passengers on the train, ten
of w hom were wounded one fatally
Mrs. J. II. Scarborough, of Knoxvillc.
received a concussion of the brain ami
tincture ol the base of the skull. She
lived until a. .'Ill o'clock yesterday alter
noon, ami died at the ('.leu Koek hotel in
The nanus of those who were seri
ously wounded arc as lollows:
J. II. .Seal borough, husband "I the
dead woman, bruised on the baik and
lilt shouldti, but hail develoml no in
ternal injuries yesterday afternoon. He
Mrs. J. C. von Ituhlow, a teacher in
the Claremont college at Hickory, N. C,
was seriously injured. She rem veil a
concussion of the spinal column with pa
ralysis ofihc lower extremities, but is
not thought to be fatally innired.
Those who rcccitcd slight injuries
wci c :
T. IHake Coria'iiiiiu. I 'alias. Texas.
l iht ankle sprained.
Key. S. . Ilarkcr, formerly president ol
the Ashcvillc I'c male college and on his
way to Abingdon, Virginia, slightly
bruised in the back.
Thos. Pearson, a blind man, living at
Morristown, Teiin., lelt jar split anil
loiinuy, rearsoii, ins sou, eleven t ears
old, painfully cut on right cluck and
bruised on leg.
.miss i-.nmia Warner, ol Clneauo, cut
on hand and slight bruises on head
Miss Marylolni.il! Knoxville.a tcachc
in the Pease school of this city, slight!
i. it. noen.oi Hall iiuore, cuts on lace
.Nancy Pearson, colored, of Morris
tow n, bruised on arm.
The officials ol the road here were noli
lied liy telegraph iiniiuibately alter the
accident occurred, ami a wrecking train
was at once made up. It left lor the
sei ne at 7. 1.1 and carried Supt. V. S. M
Hee. Train Pisoatcher W. Connnllv. 1
C. .Mc.Nccly, ol Supt. Mcllccs olliec, W
M. Wiley, of the chief engineers corps,
lrs.S. . Battle and C. I-. Ililhard
Ashcvillc. and W. I. Ross, of Hot Spring
and a Utizi-n representative. Conductor
Perry was in charge.
The train reached Marshall at about
o ciocK.auii went no lartlicr as an engine
and two ears had Utii sent from that
place to the scene of the accident
This train returned to Marshall at H.ItO
and brought the passengers from the
wrecked train. The wounded were al
ready under the care of lrs. Hardwicke
and Ilrand, but the surgeons brought by
the railroad officials took charge of them
when the train arrived. They were ten
dcrly nnd carefully moved from the
couches on the coal car and everything
known to medical skill was done to nlli
viutc their sufferings.
The ladies of Marshall were at the lie
ioi, iiiiii allien i ue piiysieinns in all pos
sible ways. At 1. t." all were transferred
to the wrecking train, anil it returned to
Ashcvillc, reaching here at 11.;ii. The
seriously wounded were taken to the
Glen Rock Hotel, with the exception
rious accident to n passenger train since
the time the military train bringing the
soldiers to the State encampment was
derailed nt Long's, seven miles Irom
here. The officials attach no blame to
anyone for this accident.
SuKTiiitcndent Mcllee says that the
loss to the company from damage to
track and cars will amount to two or
three thousand dollars. The track was
cleared and trains were running by yes
The body of Mrs. Scarborough wns
carried to Knoxvillc this morning. The
interment will take place to-morrow.
Mr. Scarborough was not able to accom
pany the remains.
Mrs. Von lluhlow's condition remains
unchanged to-day, nnd she is not yet out
of danger. Mr. Scarborough is improv
A GENERAL REVIEW.
A l.arue Oplfou.
A syndicate of which W. W. Ilnrunrd
and J. II, llosticforni a part, have secured
an option on the valuable farm of CujH
W, M, Cocke, jr., situated at the conllu
nice of the Swaimnnon and the French
llroad rivers, for $100,000. It is not
stated what is proposed to do with the
proKTty in the event of its pin chase.
BALLARD, RICH & BOYCE,
Mr. Richmond Pearson bus arranged
for the building of a branch uf the Rich
. mood and Danville railway at Owenby's
to "Lake Marjorie." Cars will toon be
conveying atone over the route to be
- used la the construction ol the dam.
Derricks will be used to remove the stone
Mrs. Scarborough who was not able
lie moved. The slightly injured stopieil
at the ililrcrent hotels of the city.
I ,u tt, I, turn ... -. ..
it. it. i. iiiuiani, tne railroad s sur
geon, met the train at the depot here and
took charge of the patients Mrs. Scar
borough was moved Irom the car at nine
o'clock yesterday morning, to the Glen
Rock. She sulfcrcd intense pain during
the day, and died at ."..'10 p, m, Mr
Scarborough bore the news of her death
very philosophically, and when toldol it
remarked that he had cxtK-ctcd it, and
had known she could not survive.
l nc cause ol the wreck, according t
the statement of the railroad officials,
wus a defective truck on the tender,
winch liroke, causing the derailment of
the cars behind. The passengers tell it
in another wny, nnd say it was because
of the rails spreading.
Rev. S. N. Ilarkcr, who was among the
injured, wus seen and said that it was his
opinion that the rails had spread. Ik
said that the accident occurred at a cul
vert, and that the tics were not safe, but
were old nnd rotten. The officials say
that new tics had been put down recently.
The wreck occurred on nil embank
ment about twelve feet in height, nnd
the sleeping car and first class conch
were derailed and turned on their sides,
The passengers that were not much hurt
were soon out nnd immediately began
the work of aiding the less fortunate
ones. Their cries of ixiin and na-onv
were pitiful. They were Soon released
and placed to one side to await the re
The engine wns left on the truck, and
the engineer and fireman were not hurt.
Those who were seriously hurt were in
the first class car. Conductor II. C.
Trott was in charge of the train und
Will James was engineer.
The Western North Carolina railroad
has heretofore had an excellent record,
from the tars and to place it permanently having never previously had a passenger
In place on the dam. I killed in a wreck. This ia the first sc-
Momt'lhliiir, of Nome Hcci'iil etutcH
or Heal IHlnlv.
No movement of real estate since the
former Vnudcrhilt purchases has liecu ol
such magnitude ,,s has the various d ais
within the last thirty days. The oicra
lions williiu that s'i iod have embraced
the sale ol the Cliveden Park proTty,
the purchase of the lluiiiett estate, I lie
I g sale ot lots, the llargau and Si arncs
purchase and many other deals of more
ir less magnitude, liach involving sums
varying from, possibly ,,".im to $ii,iiii
md aggregating a very large amount
llcsidcs this regular movement of real es
tate tiic nopic even the most sanu'iiine
,iml visionary oiicralors were startled
by Mi. Pearson's purchase and ml is.
picnt sale of " lllue Ruin." That nerv
1 1 ansae! ion made t he tm ist let hargic move
iroitml briskly, and if there wnsanvstag
iiaut blood here it began to flow briskly
enough, or leap excitedly, as the salepn
As the auctioneer, who cried the sali
md who lives in another State said, the
licoplc ol Asheville had not yet rcnlizcthc
situation .'iml the great future in store
lor their city. Whatever was the fcclim;
Mr. Pearson rc-awakcned it mos. elTee
ually. K.ipidlv succeeding bis sale, fol
lowed the sub-divtsioii ami sale of tin
isniopolitau Llub proierty ut unprece-
leuted prices. Am! then came the Ashe
villi' Hotel and I ark company's deal bv
which thev obtained a large area of land. T'
The organization of a million dollarcom
p.my and the saleo! Sfoil.liililnf itsstoe
and the development ol the irorly arc
yet stirring themes of conversation.
Minuiiaucous with the above project
comes the organization of the Ashcvillc
Loan. Construction and Improvement
company. The purchase of 1 ,11011 acres ol
the most attractive laud, and actual im
provements begun, demonstrated the
company's foresight and its pluck. The
paid upcapi:al of this company is $:i(KI,
i mm i, and the gentlemen composing it
sufficient guarantee of the great develop-
inert of the purchase.
The purchase of Prosiect Park by
syndicate for a very large sum, followed
this. Then comes the sale to Mr. Vnudcr
hilt by Mr. S. II. Reed, of the property.il
lliltmore lor another large sum. And
Saturday witnessed a $ fii.lMMI purchase
ol valuable pronrly m the very heart ol
the city which wilt now be in a condition
to add materially to its business centre
It is n gratifying thing to those win
have ever held that Asheville would conic
and thev now sec she is coming, and run
mug at that.
Tlic new hotel that will probably lie in
readiness for guests by next spring, will
induce many a sojourner; ami bv the
winter billowing the business ol the eitv
will he more than doubled m almost cv
cry brunch ot industry.
HI'MI SUSHI NOTIt'KS.
Hiiritalu Week at Law 'N.
The prices lor this week will astonish
evervlioilv, Sec large ail. m this paiKT.
1 was fortunate enough to secure a large
"lot" line knives, forks, spoons and cut
lery at n great b.i'-gaiii, the only fault
befog there is not a largenuantitv of any
oik', though you can always get a dozen
or set alike. He sure to cull this week ut
37, 't'J and 01 South Main street.
A New Road to MINN.
If you are wise and wish to In-conic
healthy and wealthy also, you will use
Roller King or Fleet He Light flour; be
cause the Asheville Milling Company's
Hour is not on!)' theliest but thcchcaiK'st.
New Ad vcrtlNVMiciitN To-Day,
I III HTII PAlia-:.
I'o' NIi -Till llrtiee.
WlM l.li S.. Hut ION, Cily.
NoTieii lleiirv M. ClnKKi'tt.
I.ot-Niiu Atkinson Sun.
Mas. S. T Koki tt Cooking Lectures.
IMSSOI.I Tto XoTICK llll-kl'll K Ni'Ihiih,
Ti ToKiMi W immi-A. M. Carroll, M. A.
Stovcn and Tinware.
PLUMBING, CAS AND STEAM FITTING, SLATE
AND TIN ROOFING.
PAINTS and U1LH.
Wonian'H lucltiHlrlal I'.xcliiuiKe.
Ll'lToK Citizi-x: l or some time the
subject ol establishing a Woman's Indus
trial I'.xchangi has liccn under considcra
tion by well known ladies interested
the matter. A meeting was held last
week at the . M. C. A. rooms ami pre
liminarv steps taken fur organization.
All industrial exchanges ol tin-sort pro.
posed, are founded upon the desire to aid
women in olitammg a fair return for nnv
work ot any kind that they may liecapa
lilc of iloini'.
In this association any a-rson may lie
come a member by paying $y per year,
ami may men enter lor sale the work
one person ; or by paying ." the work of
three iersons may lie entered, thus hclr
ing iiiose wuo arc tiiianic to Help them
se ves. Any person i imr i,. i..
cakes, bread, preserves, or anything
nine kiiiii, must nisi semi u sample, ns
there must be a standard ol excellence.
It IS earnestly hoped that everv our in
terestcd in this exchani'e land it would
seem us though this must nicauevcry wo
man in Asbcvillcl will attend the meeting
for iHTimincnt oruaiiization. on Wcilncs-
uay June ltn at .i.ao p. m. at the V. M
v.. a. rooms, wneu reports will I re.
cei veil from committees npHiiitcd at the
preliminary meeting, olliecrs elected and
the hoard ot managers appointed.
A Uulel Wecidlnic.
RoU'rt L. Ncilson anil Miss F.dith
Wells surprised u number of their friends
yesterday by getting married. It wns a
runaway match, and the ceremony was
performed at the house of Mr. I., Smith
in Doubledny. Only n few friends of the
couple were aware of the wedding. Rev
!. C. Rankin made them man and wile.
Miss Wells graduated from the Asheville
Female College nt the term which closed
Two Trains) Collide.
An extra engine and the cast bound
freight collided two milca above llilt
more this morning nt Z.'IO. The engines
were both knocked up considerably, but
were not rendered unable to run. The
first car of the freight train wus derailed,
No one was hurt.
The officials say the accident win due
to the ilisobeynnec of orders. Passenger
train No. 50 wns delayed several hours
until the track was delayed.
Chief W. II. Deaver, ol the Pinion De
tective Agency has returned from Mid-
dlesboro, Ky., where he took Edward
Roach, The witnesses in the case were
gone and Roach wns discharged.
An injunction has been sworn out lie-
fore Judge Merrimon, by Mrs. H. U.
Sondlcy, restraining the city of Asheville
from otiening the extension of Flint
street. Mayor Wanton snys the cltv
ill fight the case.
A leather nnd nitkle tloj; coltnr ilropK'd
I'riim it liune hull elipH'il ilntf. Ilttner can
hate same l- culling nt thia olhee mid puy.
IT I CI'..
To nil llotl-l krelx-r.. Anil iMijirilini. h. I
hall put no lulls inn I nil It'll l,y e liiol, , Ky-
r on r initr liiu uaie.
HliNKV M. CI.At'.l'.HTT.
Near lull rseetton of
siifiis. a iimp ol Hun.
NATT ATKINSON Ut SUN.
Vnnee nnd CoUeuc
X. il. Vance's proH
Situation wanted liy
tun liuokkeeiH-r. Itest
ilr, s-. s.
ol rcti-micea. Ad
, HON. iiik, CITV.
The copartnership herrliilnre ctistinK lie.
Ittcetl lhe HiliU-rHiKlH'il uildi-r the tirm nunie
il lla-.krll Nelson is this tint- di.Hitlt't'il lit
minimi consent. The ill Ins iliir liv iiil Hrtn
mil Pi paid l.v W. A. Nilsun nnd Ihi ililif
.on sain nrin win is- pniu to lino uml the liu.
iiicsh ciililltiueil lit- htm.
II. S. :skki.i.,
tt . A. ISKI.SON.
THE PASTEUR FILTER,
IN AM. SIZliS I'UK FAMILY
AMI 11(11 1'l. fSli
liuaraiilcc'd lo lit' uerni Proor.
ALL SIZHS KUI'T IN 8THCK.
ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1890,
TERMS STRICTLY CASH WITH ORDER
In iiuintitie. not less than one ton at factory
In nuiintitica not lea. ttiiui one hull' ton nt I'uetory
loo pounds, no tickets, lo pouuda each
7oo n an "
7no " 15 " ni
IIHHI to " 100 " '
wo ice will be delivered without cash ur ticket.. Ticket, now on .ule at the ..m.. .., ..
Ashcvillc Ice & Coal Company.
Telephone No. 36 and 40. No. 30 Patton Avenue,
JEIXICO COAL AT RETAIL.
For Urate, . 4I5.00.II For Stovea, . . .
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
Fur .ale at Wholesale and Retail liy
ASHEVILLE ICE AND COAL COMPANY
H.eln.lve Agents I lionie.tle and Steam) for Weatcrn North Carolina.
-P.WI8 M AOUUX.
L. P. MeLOllU. Viee.J.re.. . B. RANKIN. Carta;
UiascToasi-wisaddn,;. -.. M . J.j. J. B. Kankin, J. B. Kay, J. . Htw
Oolil, Silver, Ivory, Oak. t'.ilt and Com!.!
nation Moiihlinua. Also Koom MoulilInK.
I'leiurea Matted, Mounted and Framed at
lowest prices and work cunrnnleed. Hiiurav
lna. FnlntlnK. and LikiiI View, alwny. on
aa 8. Main St., Anhevllle
nur 1 d
An honorary scholar ol Johns Hopkins
, iii.ri.iiT nt-.im tuionni; in .on i.r.-.-
A. M. CAKHdl I M A
juneliiat toil Merrlinnn Ate
MRS. S. T. RORER
I'riiieipal I'hilndr Iptiia Cookhut School, nt
iKliver the lirat of a Serie. of i
TO-MORROW MORNINC AT 10.3
IX JIINSTUN'H II A I.I. ,
iiXUH SMITH'S 1'KIHi HTttKli
CoiirtH Tiiitt-tM 4
MICNU FOR TO-MORROW
liilKlisli Chom, Sauec Supreme. Milk lliseuil
Jiin. l l.l.'ll
i IK Kli.VI.
I will rent from 1st Inlv l. 1m( m.. ...
... .n..-, ,,iy iiiriii.neii nnuse, U7 iiav-
wood atreet. II pnirrred will nwrve Ihlnl
r. i.ho. 8. I'owlil.l
JtTI'ATION WANTIill. '
lit' vnunu man of huainrsa eaivrlrms.. .-nt.
on ,... a att-iolK. Illlllia KIMHI, A
reirrenee. t.oou H-nmnn.
juncl-dlat mix L'47, CITY.
fine new ten room houae In U'.-at Itn.l n,
j. ai. campiM-u a n-siiiemv. Atiply to
W. K. W I ST. IK..
Jiinel.lddw No 1:1a llillairert.
A competent man to ulnv a Houlile l.aaa In
tnc orra 01 i-uiientv. Adilrra.
C. IIOX SIN.
JOB HAL l CliliAF.
Two valuable lot. ,'lo Iihi fit-t on Rolirrl.
aircei. A pay lo II. . ASTON
POK MKNTJI'I.Y 1ST.
Photo untlerv ot'rr Ijit'i .Ihm
I'atent akyliKhl: Parlors nnd lirlnllnir de.
pnrtmrnl;eominnilloii. nnd eaay of aereaa
111"? I" HUAHI'I'.n, KAIth IK W CO.,
juneMti n.1 South Main atrret.
Vte are now lirriian-il u-llh nmrni fur .......
MkH S I!. CIIAMnHKI.IN,
may.lldlm n7 Chunk atreet
Thoroillfh InNtnit'tion In InMriimrHlnl anil
viK-ni muNic ulvcn hy Minn Whltl.M.k. Hit
Finr Kom'WImkI llnnn fnr Hale rhrnn
a! WiHieltin stmt, AhIicvIIIc, N. C.
j unr mi i in
New house, newly lurnlaheil, all mwlern
Improvement., large room., good table.
MRS. M. C. GOODB,
33 College St.
11. F. P. BRIGHT.
LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE
R. BATTLB'H OFFICK.
NOTICE TO LAND OWNERS.
Wnnltil to least fnr a term of years for
aah, or purehaae from ten to twenty acres
arable land, with tanuae thereon, within four
mile, of Aaherllle. Call or aildrraa
OHO. n. ARTIIIIK.
lunrlOilAjwl w At A. Oarrctt'., No. K
P. A CVMMINC.S,
AtlorncyMSI-Iiw 4 Notary Fabllc.
NO. 12 LKOAL BLOCK,
fill tola In Chuna'a tnve. lumt m.lal.l tUm
i. inn arres land in Madleon county, near
flOO acre, land thrae mile, norlh nf ll,l..
aonvllle. A. H II. R. run. through th
land. Foatolllcc and depot near lir.
r...... ,,.,unr, , i rauiia avenue.
scaalon given June 1, IHwo,
UIN747U l ID
LIME! LIME! LIME
A CAR LOAD OF
l'RKSH - LIME
In Bulk or
onivc No. 30 Patlou Avenue.
Tltl.UI'IIONIi Nil. -141.
Wurehouac ut lieiwt.
. 11. iios ft:i4.
C. E. MOODY.
10 mile. South of Asheville, on A. 8. K.
Fer Month SotNi
I'er Week 1 3 imi
Fer Ilay a (Mi
I (Inner and Tea I'arlka on one day', notice,
Thos. A. Morrla, Prop..'
apriodlf Ardea, N. C.
BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, B LAC ((SMITHING.
To the eitlien. of A.heelllr and vlrlnll. I
would announce thnt at mv .holt, nni'i.llrvr
"T'i to n,Ni.,.inry . aiaoira, 1 am net
ler prepare! innn ever 10 do work In my line.
Wnaona. Itiiifuir. and Carriaor. manulari.
uml. Repairing and horar.hor!ng are .ne-
-inuirn. anal nrorei aaiimneilon uuarnnlrm.
My workmen are eaiarrieacetl ancT.kilirul and
my cnargr. arc moderau.
na:i (1 n. nl UNRTTK
Aahevilk, N. C, Airil II, ihho,
The copartnerahlp heretnforr eilatlng ttt
tween the uailrralgnrd, under Ihe firm namr
of FIILI.IAM Ik CO., I. thl. dardlaaulvrd lir
mutual eonnenL The delits dae liy .aid Arm
will lie paid hy Lawrence Fulliam, and the
Irtit. ditrto anld Arm will lie paid to hlin,
and the liuainru continued hy him.
LA WRKNCK Ft'LLIAM
II. C. WAIiUHI.I,,
Tn our palrona of the naat 1
I have this day aold my interval and mihmI
will In the Inaurnnee hualnra. In Aahevlllc tn
Lawrence Fulliam, who will continue the
tiu.lni... I heaiarak for him a continuance
of your patronage.
Hngllah and Freueta
0ARDIN6 AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNO UOIEI ANO LITTLI 8IRU,
No. 40 French Broad A vena..
MRS. BUROWYN MAITLANO, . PRINCIPAL
(For many yean Associate Principal of Mt.
Vernon Inatitnte, Baltimore.
Aaalalrd by a corp. of comoenUat teacher.
TrMIB NOTICH OF
at tion ftp Tl.lf iiuuuii iu
TM M INCOMFOMA-
AND IIOTKI. COM FAN V.
0 il " 'J1 P" of tM ""Prior Coart of
1. r " T nilKTIII-, Hi V
Public notice in hetvhj
il (lav tatted Irttm at
thcMalor Ihr Hufirrior Coart, drcl.Hnrx V.
rlty iive that t hurt
of 1 11 corpora tloa andrr
Mt-He. Wpatra Natl I I 11
and their sumtwon to he, and thenceforth
wiry nan inf. Ciirpomittm ror ttw par.
pow of mircha-lna, arlltna, Wa-ln, dr.
Villa, rottairra and nlhr i.m1i.iimh .. ...
maintnininn a arnrrai hoiri
OrRanlicd May Ut, 18H8.
CAPITAL, $50,000. SURPLUS, $15,000
State, County and City Depoaltory.
Hoe. a General Hanking Hu.inc... rVpo.il. received. K.chanie hou.h. h .. .
lection, made on all neceaallilc point.. The Saving Feature will receive a .cei a I attention
On all sum. In this department, depoalted lor four month, or longer, Intercat at the r.i
of per cent, per annum will lie paid
8iecial attention given to loan, on real estate, which will be placed for long time
e oa real
Open Irom 9 a. m
. to 3 p. m. On Saturday, the Saving llepnrtmrut will bcopen till H p..
jitn ill i y
ONIi OF TIIH
In the South.
Service mid lahlc Flrat
.4 . i . ' 'V!
W....i..A Ji'ii. r'&m
WALK FKOM TUB
I'u.H tlic door every lu
For term, nildrea.
H. J. GREENWELL, Proprietor.
Only 8 Mllea Iroiu Aahevllle on the A. & S. Railroad and
The grente.! numlier and variety of mineral apring. to la: found in the South.
48 Springs on Less Than 40 Acres,
nl.".,il,JrUn."'',,hM.',,m',,.,,un, "lrBn,' Hcvcrnl very fine eomlilnalli.ii..
!ir.!l.Tij iUrtr? '""'" " 1 .I'lney tronhle. chronic dyarntery. chronk dta.
ITIJf JJi th.r.""'C kk,h"1,lehe. one annng ntxntly drveloiad ia the gitnUal toniewiitrr
atumlnni ..h! "Ta""'!? SUuSM ",,l""c" n",r ,hr l'r'"K- L..U are.old
at nominal price, to advertiae the pnTtx and the mineral water. Hoard can lie had at
Sao to Sjo Per Month, or Si Per Oay.
Rrfrn-ncea. testlnioninla, etc., rnn lie hnd liy writing to the owner; or la-tter yet. nnvonr
intcrctul la invited to come and try the water. On-at improvements will lie made nct
Train, leave Aahevlllc at ll.on a. n
For further Information write to
fehl 1 dnm
. and return at 7 p. m. fare an ecnta.
OTIS A. MILLER,
Sk land P. O., N. f.
SKYI.AND MINERAL. SPRINGS, IS. C.
F.lfhl Mllea Soutli of AslievUlc, on the A. A H. Railroad.
New hotel., new cottage., new furniture, lanutiful grove., neat tcnnla nnd croquet laanr,
48 MINERAL SPRINGS.
White Sulphur. Alum. Mngncaln, Iron nnd limom. Thiwe acckinu health and k-a.ure and
aeleel aock-ty will not full to vi.lt thl. pku.uul icorl and drink of Its healing water..
Aahevlllc, N. C.
Near Paaaeua;er Depot.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Manufacturers ami 1 twit ler in all kin.ia nr
Door, Saah, Blind, Mouldlnga, Stalrwork, Mantcla, Hank
ana Bar Flxturea, and all kluda of Bulldluir Material.
Hard Wood Lumber Work
no, I d I y Telephone No. 6.
FITZ PATRICK BROTHERS,
Dcalcraln Wall Paper, MrindowShadeeand Patent Hang era,
Faints, (His and Varnl.hea, Mn.nry's Ml led Faints and
French and American
We keep In stork St. Loul.and Kentucky Lead.
Colors. Window Utaaa, bolt
A WIND STORM
May Come and so, but we are Here to Sell Uooda and arc
ttolua; to Sell Them.
DID YOU HEAR WHAT WE SAID?
We have Straw Hat. I cent lo 00 cent. each. Splendid line of rlhoes ctnnier than any
ther liouar tt them. Nine and Ten Quarter Mhlrtlna lv the eaae. Prima. llnh.n .
e., e., at any price you would aak them. Rome all Silk Urea. Good. IS cents per yard.
Would .ay mure but thl. will convince yon.
Asheville Dry Goods Co.,
J. O. HOWBLL, Manager.
At old .land, l.t door below Fennlman Co.'s Hard war. atore.
ASIIEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
ij Haywood Street.
All WATKR THOROUGHLY FILTERED oil the Prcmlaca.
ImalnrH at A.hevllle aad II. vkHn.
Itv la llunenmli- i'imhi. u...,l , - ,,
nI-tiJimrm 7! Z,,,y " capital of
One Million DiilUm Hl.l.l.rt . . k
aan snare. Mine value of loo each,
.., . . . W. T. NRVNOLtia,
Clerk of th Ruptrlor Court of Banco .a be
J, l. w.
Twenty-flvs years of practical eiprrtcnce, combing with rusoNAi. attention to nil de
tails of the bullae., nnd perfect arrangements foe gli.rlirbss and roarer of all food
manufactured, enable the proprietor to present to hi. nanwrotn patrons Uicrlor clsas of
Vichy and Seltzer Water In Siphons.
Olnger Alt and all the varioa. flavors of BOHA WATBR ready for shipment and delivered
frs In City Unite. Oat of town orderOau.t hart smrosaraLS frsireao, '
C H. CAMrBELL.
llHt'.. V.aMWMiWJli.s laiUaia. ,