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ASIIEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 17, 1800.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
II. D. CHILD, Business Manager.
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afternoon (except Hunday) at the Mowing
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Is In the Intercut or public integrity, honest
government, and proHperou. industry, and it
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TUiSDAY, tTN IS 17. 181MJ.
THE DAILY CITIZtCN
Is on Rale at the following place. In Ashcvltlc:
BATTBRY I'AMK NKWS STANH.
t-LKN KOCK NliWS STAND.
MOHKI, CU.AK STORK, I'Htton Ave.
J. CAKbO.N S NUWS STOKli, North Court
PERTINENT AND PERSONAL
New About AHlievllllmiH and ol
MrntiKerN Mrilliln Our UMlen.
T. C. Williams, of KnlciKli, is in llic
Miss Susie Mliinof .Vrileu isnt Mis. Jus
lieu, II. Anderson represents Huston nt
I . !. Ilvntllv, of kissmivc, Ma., is al
the Oraml Central.
There were HT arrivals at the principal
I". A. Kalanil represents Louisville at
the Grand Central
llriek laying lias Ik-cii cotuuicuced on
the government liuilding.
.1. II. Ilrown, ot Ciucinuati, is reps-
tered nt the Swannanoa.
A child of Rev. J. II. I'leiuiiions ilieil at
his home .-it lliltnuire yesterday.
Hiram Wheeler and Iiiiucnc Wliiclcr. ot
Chicago, are at the Mattery I'ark.
J. A. Anderson, jr., and Leonard Ilrown.
of Atlanta, are at the Ilatlery Park.
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Crockett, of At li
mn. Trim,, arc registered at the Clen
lion. II. A. ('udger dilivers the annua!
address at Weaverville College to-inoi
Henry W mgert, Knoxvillc. is visit
ing at I". K. I.r.uu's, on Charlotte
Lieutenant Samuel C.
1 niteil States navv, is
C. C. liul.i and wife represent Virginia
at the llalterv Park. Their home is in
fluladelphia is represented at the
Swannanoa liv J. tioodmau, Geo. Milli-
ken. ami t.. Schiir.
Mrs. A. Sherman anil Mrs. I. M. LI
hott, of l;vinslown, III., are registered
at the Mattery I'ark.
Mr. C. C. McCarly leaves to-day foi
lurham as representative to the grand
lodge of Knights of Pythias.
Lincoln C. C iimniiiigs, Mrs. 1.. L. Cum
ningsnnd Miss Cuuimmgs, ol Portland.
Maine, arc among vesteriluv's arrivals
at the Glen Kock..
C. W. Cole, of Cincinnati, n brother ot
Mrs. J. C. Von Iltihlow, who was in
jured in the Marshall accident, arrived
yestcrilay and is with his sister.
Attend the meeting at the Y. M. C. A
rooms to-morrow ntS.HU p. m. (Wednes
day I of the ladies interested in establish
ing n Woman's Industrial Uxchnngc.
W. T, Reynolds will erect a two story
livery stable on the double lot corner of
College ami Water streets,
begun this morning.
Rnysor & Smith ore moving to No. :il
Patton avenue, and work will soon be
started on the vault lor the National
Hank of Asbcvillc in the room vaeatcil by
ABOUT SIX MONTHS LATE.
ttoutelhluir of the Trouble or an
A good Btory leaked out yestcrilay on
one of Asheville's real estate men, Since
the recent excitement in real estate he
has viewed by day and dreamed of by
night nearly all the eligible villa or hotel
sites near the city. Yesterday morning
his eye caught the delicate tints on a
iH'uutiful site some miles to the north
west of the city, and forthwith he
thought to ihismvss it. I;uiiirics as to
its eligibility from those familiar with
the point confirmed his opinion, so a
friend who falls in with his ideas on the
subject is dispatched to obtain an option
on the proKTty from the old farmer who
owns it. As the shadesof night cnnie on,
feeling sure his "pard" had secured the
option and was already on his return,
the longing K. Iv. I1, mentioned the mat
ter to another friend who also deals in
options. Imagine his surprise at the an
FOR A CITY PARK.
A CorreNpotideiil'M View on the
liiuroR Citizhn: "What about Ashe
ville's park ?" asked Till! L'itizkn of the
IHli inst. My excuse for oll'ering a lew
suggestions lor public consideration is,
that so lar as 1 know, only one idea has
been entertained, that is, we must have
a park. In other words tlieoue park sys
tem seems to nave Keen t lie only otic
thought of. We seem to have overlooked
Bargain Week al Law's).
The prices for this week will astonish
everybody. See large ad. in this paier.
i was fortunate enougn to secure a large
"lot" line knives, forks, skioiis and cut
lery at a great Im-gain, the only fault
living there is not a largeiiuntityof any
one, though you can always get a dozen
or set alike, lie sure to call tins week at
"i", oil and til South Main street.
BALLARD, RICH & BOYCE,
of tin I
swer; "That mountain Why, man,
have hud an option unit for six months.
The would be optionist and his agent
were seen holding an indignation meeting
on a street corner nbout sunset.
Real ICNtHte Trannfer.
C. A. Whittimore and wile In J. G.
Anders, 1 uorcs on Mig Ivv J .'lot
J.J. Hill and wife to K. K. Hill, lot
l.Njx.'ii.l. witliliouse ,IHH
A. C. Patterson to I'. A. Coins, lot
1i.x oil, on South Mountain
J. V.. Alexander and wile to Chas
Smith, -tsij acres on Lower
Hominy 1 ,."".'
K. L. 1'itpatrick and wile to M,
S. Mradl'ord, lot 1Hx7." on
Hridge street son
Geo. II. Sin, nes and T. 1'. Sta.ics
and wile to K. W, Murkholiler,
lot 4iixl-'H, on I'mnly stnl '''.i"
Geo. II. Starnes and T. 1". Stnrncs
and u ile to K. K. Jenks, two
lots n North Main street I"
I. 1. Adams and wife to C. M.
Campbell, lot .'.Hxl 4.", on Jctlcr
son drive 41.
J. K. Starnes and wife to II. C.
Long, lot tioxHC, on Hill strut .ion
li. Scott and wile to Thos. A.
Jones, lot 7'.-14XL,;i;l. on I'rcnch
llroad nvenue ;i,tiiio
Jas. Marsis and wile to M. .
Mcnrden.lot : I L.' x , '. . in the north
west part part of the eitv IL'.'i
W. M. Cocke, jr.. and wile to i.
I.. Kevnoula anil K. .Mcltraycr,
"." acres on Meaverdani road s.iiuo
Theodore H. Trapier. executor, to
L. li. Hunt, lot tin lect front on
Chestnut street J. loo
1 1. C. Waddcll, assignee, to M. I..
ijiiecn and G. M. Williams lot
."i,"i.J.'s and lot i;rxtiiii on Hill
W. II. Culbertsoii ond wileto I. C.
Rutherford, loo acres on I'iiikt
II. M. I.vons to Mrs. A. T. Wat
son, lot T.'ixI'imi on Grove street. 'J
A. Reynolds to 1 1, L. Reynolds,
two acres and building in Weaverville
Nome I'Hlnc MeporlM.
Mr. G. W. Pack's l.'H acre farm on tl
Swannanoa has not lieen sold to M
Yaudirbili as was reported vestcrda
luit Mr. li. J. Harding, ol New York cit
tin' purchaser. 1 lie price paid was
less than that stated vesteidav but Natt
Atkinson and Sous, through whom the
sale was made, will not give it, osia
Jones' farm, containing sixty acres near
Mr. Pack's, has been sold to Mr, W. I;
Johnston, of this county. The price
Mrs, Rorer will five n nastrv lesson
to-morrow at ln.Ilo a. in. at loluistou
A New Kimd lo HIlHH.
If vou are wise and wish to become
healthy and wealthy also, vou will use
Roller king or lilcetrie l.igiit Hour; lie
causc the Ashcville Milling Company's
uour isnoiouiv t ne nest nut tlieclieanest
New AflvcrtlNcnieiita To-Day.
I OI KTII P(iK,
I'oa .-r.iii S. Powell.
VaNTIO Ml.Ht. HtlMfiJlt.
I'oa Sai.k A. Writer. ivnt-r.
Rl'MU, Are. V. XI. C. A l.ii-liirr Hull.
At n lmr;ain n K"i"l fiimilv horse.
Iunrl7il:it liK; S. rmVHI.I..
An intrlM-nnt wliitr wiininn of uoimI hnr.
fictri inn nlttitin a K""l sittiutinn bv pil
Fni MINSIHN IIOSI'ITAI..
huh i Tii;it
The closing exercises of the W. C. T. I
I-'rce Kindergarten over Jones' store, No,
47 South Main street, will be held on
l-'riday June I'oth at lii.Mo a. in. All in
terested in the subject arc cordially invi
ted to be present.
At 11. .'Ill at the same place there will
le n meeting of the A. I". K. and C.
society for the election of officers. All
meiuliers are earnestly rciicsted to at
Real KHtale Purchanc.
1 1. I.. Reynolds has purchased from
Work was Mrs. S. A. Reynolds the St. Clair hotel
property in Weaverville for $'i,wut. The
hotel contains sixteen rooms and M
Reynolds intends to enlarge ,it. There
arc two acres of laud and it is situated
on Main street.
"The work to be done by the republi
can party in the co ruing campaign," is
He la Not Inlerenled.
Thk Citizkn of yesterday contained
statement to the effect that Mr. W. W
the subject for discussion nt the Lyceum Ilarnard was interested in the option on
to-night. W. 11. Maloue is the principal the farm of Mr. . M. Cocke, siluateda
siicakcr. I the continence of the Swiinnanon nud
Hon. M. li. Carter left to-dnv for Ral- 'mich llroad rivers. An option has lice
cigh. He jjoes there to attend the meet- Kiven " t,lc l-"rty ''' Mr- Ilarnard
Inir of the IcL'islntive committee. Th. intercsleil in It
riilritntl (nv m viMtt nrfi I if ill will lw imn
VI II tit IKIIIC IVi
-t it if t :.i . '.r t ..i 't.i
''". wire mm euimreii, i .-I.p...c li,.. t. i l.,..l l...
oi onivesion, jexas, are sjienoing uie u,r( llrassey to turn llrussels into n sen
summer with the family ol Colonel A. T. I port, ny Molding a ennui nnd three im
Davidson on Ilaird street. Thev arrived '""I" mn large enough to ndmit
I i .
ll I .Smith of rvtrnit B ,l....ni . 1 ne rtusinnu sculptor i rciiericK licer
' f ' : : V: I nns uiseovercii n unless for mnkinirnuir
W mc miCTiuiuumii i ; ngrupmcm i 11-1 Die lltlld anil moiuing It I
ion recently in session in Atlanta. Ga.. I molded. The new
topiied in the city for a few days en tivey "H'xensive,
route home. I The French Government recently gnve
MiMLulnllradford.aged If,, .lied at !r"htm;',.I1!::
inrnunrcuniinuiiciincium iiigiii hi i nrcnives relating to Amei.cnn colonial
1 1 o clock. Her remains were carried to history
Hickory, her former Home, for inter- Thirty years ago Senator Hearst was
mcnt on the two o clock train to-day. I working on a larm and slept in alinrcnt
tic room, i o-nnv ne is navingnscventy
ling it ns bronze
process is eonipara
During the thunder storm yesterday
room house built in Washington nnd has
.. i .i . . , . ...... .
afternoon lightning struck six negroes already silent $170,0110 on it.
i . i.i 1 u i .1.. I
m.o a mure i The li-iual Rights party's candidate
vandcruut place, i ne muic was Kiiica, for the Presidency. Mrs. Ilelva Lock
but the negroes were only burned and I wood, owns $'.'0,(M)0 worth of real e-
ihocked I u" nnsmngion, ana is sain to ne
. making f5,000 a year from her law
i. m. joncs, n. i . rosier, v. inrence I practice,
Sawyer and Carl Kcynoldi nnd Misses
Orannd Cnrrie Reynolds and Mayme "olar Camera F.xhtblllon.
Hunt left lust night for Morcheud City To-morrow morning at 1 1 o'clock the
to attend the North Carolina teachers' postponed Solnr Camera exhibition for
ussembly. the benefit of the Free Kindergartens will
r, n t i u; if ur..ir. i !. n the Y. M. C, A. lecture hall
- t LfVv-c emu ii. ui nun-. iKviiiiic r . .
tA i- . , !,. ; I If the sun does ni
which Uye threw, rock at Wolfe. He V m " tht will be given on
failed to hit him and when brought be- tbf 6nt mornln on whKh the ,un doCT
fort 'Squire Summey be was bound over
a- . ! A.m., I
J. W, Woodcock and II. T. Collins left I ough who was fatally injured In the rail
this morning for Middlesboro, Ky,, in road wreck of Saturday was held at the
the interests of the North Carolina Fuel second Presbyterian church at Knox
Gas company. They wilt Inspect the ville yesterday afternoon. . It was
works at that place and bring Mmc of I largely attended. The remains will be
the Chicago men back with them.
I taken to Tascwcll, Tenn., for interment.
mm iK-iiiiwitii iiuiiiiiiiK lots ooxino on
h,irt xtrt-el, mlinlnliiK lleanleirH nrtinrrtv
t mik'lilHirliiiiMt; i-hrap. Api.lv in A
W i-ln r. nwn.T. or J. M. L'nnitilH-ll ay.il.
iiiili-l 7.1 1 w
ITS LIFE, MANNERS AND CUSTOMS.
V. M. C. A. Lecture Hall
FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 20. 8 30 O'CLOCK.
THIC HINTOAY OF
MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 23. 8.30 O'CLOCK.
By MR, P. A. Dl'.lf UN8.
AiinHwMioii . . . . 5 CcntH.
oiiuiiiKin wnniei. nv intirouuhiv eomir.
trttt lxi,il.kr.-iM.r. lu-i ,,. r..i. r. a.i
S.. lit 4im. 1'ITV
the possilnlity ol liuding a system
parks that will better suit the tutiirc
wants of all classes, the poor as well as
tnericn. it Asticviiie is to iiiaiulain tier
reputation as a health resort, we must
not only aim to make it attractive to
visitors, but healthy for all. Now leaving
out of consideration tlieeniovinent that of
right Iwlougs to childhood, and ot which
wc have no right to rob I lie lillle ones,
it thev are to be healtliv, it is necessary
that the future Ashcville have a garden
park or parks where thev can romp, and
nave Irvsli air, ami suusmue, anil sliailc
and the old folks eujov a drive or walk
or may lie, seated in some shady nook,
compare the old Aslicville with the new
It is sate to assiiiuetliatllieparkor parks
established now, il proierly located, will
Ik' a greater blessing to hit ure generations
lhaiiloiis, I he l.irgcrtliecily.tliegrculei
the necessity lor parks. In considering
accessibility, we should liear in mind, that
in projiortiou to the iiiiuiIht of liihabi
lams, Ashcville willcvidenlly spread over
a large area. 1 will call at leal ion to two
paik svsleuis, in addition to the one park
system already named, a utiinhcrot small
parks and the boulevard plan.
( lue large park is no doubt best for a
small town, and a large park has this ad
vantage over a small one, that is, if a
printer site be elioscn.it mav liccoiisirticl-
ed and maintained with proiMirtionaiely
less cxjiciisc. I nuke the small one it need
lot lie made up ol costly decorative gar
len work. It some simple plan lie adopted,
having in view the presenting of Nature
in her most attractive moods, and
managed as to leave it mainlv in a wild
state, gracclul drive waysand walks mav
lie constructed, and il it be woodland las
I larue isirtiou should lie I the iindci-
irowth taken out, leaving groups of our
nest native stiruba, the rocks partly eon
ccnlcd bv native climlicrs. the springs and
brooks cared tor, some oin-u areas ol
lawn, and with our lovely forest trees, we
need not be ashamed of it. No doubt it
is a laudable ambition to have such
park, one that we can xintto wilhptidc
i mi say. an mis nns .Nature and the gar-
letier done lor us, come and help us en-
t-'onccntrationot effort is characteristic
I Americans. Wc have such a love lor
loing great things that wc dislike con
templaliug small ones, but to accomplish
inir ooirci, wc miisi net consider tile
tdvautages and disadvantages of a scat-
cm! system. 1 lie greatest advautaiie
is t"r an classes ease ol access, anil small
sites are easily obtained as compared
with large ones, parties in ilividini! Inrcc
tr.icts into town lots, will often find it to
their liecnncrary advantage to uivc a
central area lor a park so located that as
niniiv lots as txissiulc shall lie faeini: it
Often in-rsons of wealth and licuilicciicc
woiild give i he city a few acres, hut
would not give a large tract. In n small
park the lawns could lie kept green bv
watering, but large parks arc almost
without exception imrchcd up nt a sea
sou when a tresli green lawn is most en
lovable. A great recommendation lor
small parks is, that Irom their oienncss I JJ''l-l'TloN nutic
iiiey oner ih lie aiiraciionio mc Vtciouslv
inclined. In construction thry are com
purativciy more expensive. As most
small arensavailable in the older sections
ol the city have had their natural adorn
incuts destroved, wc must dccud largely
on nrtilieial decorative garden work
which is always rxcnsivc.
The iMiulevaril idea has on a small
scale, Im-n adopted by a iiniulier of our
western and northwestern cities with
satisfactory results. It is us its name in
dicates, of i'rcnch origin. We are also
indebted to u I reniiiniiiu. M.iior l.'lai-
lant ol the I rench army, lor the plan of
our capital city. In lis inlauey, the idea
in wiuc avenues, curies anil squares was
unappreciated, hut in time the city grew
to in it, mm now ior general attractive
ness she is surpassed by lew American
"Garden Houlcyards'; might lie intro- JBJ'Tt'ATION wantkii.
iiucvii as n suosiiiuie ior n large uirk,
possessing nil its advantages and a iitim-
lier ol others in addition, with hut lew
ol its disadvantages. They arc usually
irom one to iwo iiuniireu leel wide, ar
ranged with a wide centre space, sur
porting three or more rows of trees, or
groups ol trees, irregularly arranged,
with walks, seats fountains, etc., ail I on
each side u driveway and sidewalk, or if
desired a car track may lie in the centre.
Narrower boulevards are planted with
two rows of trees in the middle, and a
row at each side. If constructed on a
still grander scale, witiiliui! drives ami
circles are iiiininniiir, il much desired.
while the lilieral width allows of a tree-
arrangement ol walks, bridle paths,
groups ol trees, shrubs and llowers, and
oen ureas ol lawn, rock work, arbors
etc., with little loss ofcllcvt as compared
wiin large parKS. .inn to tnis the urea
inai on euen sine throughout the length
is embraced liy private grounds, with
resiliences setting liack. sav thirty f-
and all together a garden' is presented,
in effect, nearly three hundred feet wide
irom house lo house, which lor grandeur,
variety and open richness. i unefomlml
hy any other park system. Tenons
wno nave visile. Tans sav Him or...
mm- u iiiiu, iitiriiioiuous cucci.
?ot the least nmonu its advan
tnges is economy in nrcn employed
in proiHirtion to elTivts au ned. A
smaller nuinlicr of acres is retpiired for a
K-iven leiigui man might tic supiiosert
. or one .our nuiu reii ami thirty art ri, R.wniK, ,., fnr tht
wide, it would miuire to the m e ahni.t M Wmwlitn .irert. A.hr.u:, m. u. v
mriy acres oi land, not counting the two I
sine ronus, wnieh arc required in nnv
case. Alter Its construction it is com
paratively n cheap system to ki-ep in or-
er, i ne uriyes not considered, imag
ine Mcrrimnn nvenue converted into a
boulevard, stretchimr nwav nut to tin.
. iscopal chnel, or Lhestnut street, or
-enrson avenue, Irom Mniisen Mcln-
vre's corner tn ihr liltilfa nvrl,.,.Li..
lire river, nnn many outers. I o this sys
tem 1 call the especial attention of pnrl'ies
ucsiring to so improve large tracts us to
make them most attractive. If these
StovcM and Tinware.
ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1890.
TERMS STRICTLY CASH WITH ORDER
In quantities not Iras than one toa nt factory
In iunnlillr not less than one hull tun at factory
.loo pounds, Ho tickets, lo ixiuuds each ,
Too UH " an !"!'" .
PLUMBING, GAS AND STEAM FITTING, SLATE 1000 iS XS1! '
AND TIN ROOFING.
PAINTS and OIL8.
THE PASTEUR FILTER,
IN A 1.1. Sl.liS I'OK I'AMII.V
AMI HllTI'.l. t'si;
tiUMrMiilcc-d lo be Uerm Proor.
Al.t 8IZK8 KUPT IN STUCK.
iol.l, Silver, Ivory, (Ink. cm nm Coml.l.
nation MouliHnin. Also Knom Monlillns-s.
I'ietun-s Matted, Monnteil and framed al
lowest prices and work iiuaranterd. I!ntn-av-1
Inns, I'alntlnKS and I..h-iI Views alw-nvs on
J 8. Main Ht., Aatacvllle.
o ive will be dcllverrd without cash or tickets. Tickets now on sale at the olliw f th.
Asheville Ice & Coal Company.
Telephone No. 36 and 40. No. 30 Patton Aen.
JELLICO COAL, AT RETAIL,. '
For Urate, . . 5.oo.l For Stoves. . . .
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
For sale at Wholesale and Ketail bv
ASIIEVILLE ICE AND COAL, COMPANY
. . nuw aV.
Hiclu.lve Agents 1 1 Kimntlc and Stcaml for Western North Carolina.
LHWI8 MADDUX. I'rc. I,. P. McLOlll. Vlce-Pres. . B. RANKIN Cartte
D...C..:-,. wl. Maddmj. ; .rd. M.j. J. B. Rankin, J. B. R. y B.
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, -
Oreanlaed May 1st. 1HKH.
CAPITAL. $50,000. SURPLUS,S15,(XK)
State, County and City Depository.
IX. a Oeneral llnnkln, u.tne.. Deposlu received. Kichan hou.hi ,j .. .
lection, made on all aeeeuihle polnu. The Sarin feature will receive .is-H.I -." .
On all sums in this department, deposited for four months or lonarr. Intrn-.. . .v.
of per cent, per annum will be paid
Special attention given to loan, on real estate, which will be placed fur Ion time oa .i
sonable terms. 1
Open from 9 a a. to 3 p. m.
On Saturday, the 8avinK Department will be open till a ,
ONI! OP TUB
In tin' South.
I Service and table Pint
WALK PKOM Tll
Pass the door crery to
A CAR LOAD OF
For terms addrrn
H. J. GREENWELL, Proprietor.
rksh - mmkSKYLAND springs
The eonartnershiii hi-rrtofon- r.lM.l,,. iv.
iwren .ne .imlrrs.uneil umlrr the hrin num.
of llll.krll N Nelson i. thl.dliv disoolvnl l,v
muliinl eonM-nt. The drill, due l snid Hrm
will lie iuimI by V. A. Nelson nnil the debt,
due imiI.I linn will U ,nid ..him un.l the hus-
vm nMiimiK uy nim.
... R. IIASKKI.I
i ... .... w- A- NKi.wm,
An niinorarv M-lit,lir ........ I
-"-" ..loiniiu .n i.aiu.. lireek
In Bulk or
Oftlcc No. 30 Patton Avenue.
Tlil.UPIKINI! NO. 0.
Only 8 Mllca from Anhcvllle on the A. S. Railroad and
The iirratcst numlwr and variety of mineral .prina. to be found In the South.
48 Springs on Less Than 40 Acres.
Vl.h.".,,.".,-1.,r,, "ll"r. epsom. a I ton, and mnirnesln. Several very fine eomhinalion..
iVemla amUhmnte .let r4r..S2'.ffS&. ehronk dv.-
at nominal price to advertise the plow and the mineral water. Hoard e..u be had t
Sao to S30 Per Month, or Si Per Day.
l-.,i.TjlI.C.,.c",.lm,,.,,'"l," r,c" "B '- r wrltlnn lo the .owner; or belter yet. anyone
iummer! '",u' tu "ld u tirent improvement, will Ik made neit
Train, leave A.hevllk- at .B a. m. and return at 7 p. n.. fare 2 .-enl.
For further Information write to r
OTIS A. MILLER,
Skyland P. O., N. C.
fchl t dnm
I and MuthentMiin.
CARMOI.I.. M. A..
lo.t Merrimon Ave.
Warehouie at l"eMt.
I'. O. lint A.-I4.
I will rent from I.I July tn l.t Heptemlier
.k-tobrr mv luriiiaWfl Imhm .-,7 ...... I
wihiu mm'i. iin-irrrcii will . ... ,1, n
n""r. .,ll.. S. I'OU'UI.L.
llv vnnnv nmn , f l,..u... . .
Mrv,,na. Illlll.lll KOIM1. A 1
Junel4l:it II.IX S7. CITV.
f)ne new ten riMim hnuv in n-ni .. ----
j. ai. wampiN-ii . re..nrn.-e. Apply to
. W. R. WKST. JR..
Junrl3ildw No .lay Hill .ireet.
C. E. MOODY.
ARDEN PARK HOTEL
10 miles South of A.heville, on A. A 8. R. R.
A eom.ielrnt man to ntnv i
.nv uiri. o. i-aoenee. Auilreu
.C IIOX am.
Two valuable lot. nilillMI fret on Riilvrl. I
.IITTI. a ihn HI k. .. ASTON.
IHnncr and Tea I
HOTELH ARMOND-HOTEL BONNYCREST
SKYLAND MINERAL SPRINGS, N. C.
Ul-rht nilcM South of AMhevllle, on the A. A S. Railroad.
New holel., new cottaices, new furniture, tK-aulilul urovra.nral tenul. and eroowi l.w...
I voo.1 livery.
48 MINERAL SPRINGS.
White Sulphur, Alum, Mi.Kne.la. Iron and li.mom. Thiiar kro, .... ..i ....
" " "cl1' ,,tk,Jr ' ' 'l thi. pk.nt and drink of It. healing water..
- 1 3 .Ml I Term, fr.utn.1,1..
'artiea on oneday'inotler.
ptlR KKNTJt LV 1ST.
Photo aallrry over Law', .tore.
.,v. ..ti,.i, iHirmr. ana nnni.nir i.e.
iNinmriu, vunimfMiMiu. anil ea.y of .i-ern.
,. Piifl.iir.n, KAINK.N AC t....,
juneuu nn South Main street,
Igl'MMKR HI IA kill. SO.
Thos. A. Morris, Prop.,
apriodlf Antra, N. C.
BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, BUCKSMITHINO.
To theeltltrn. nf A.hrvln .nrf .irfnit. i
would announee that at my .ho.i. onCiillrie
Irret. neit to Woodbury', .table., I am bet
wr .ircparrn inan ever in an work in my line.
..n..,.uK. Nn,, v.m.in-. mnnn.aei
uml. Repalrln. and horr..hnrln are .or-
cl.ltlr., and lirifret .atl.fartion miimlml
ni y wor.men are riwnrnd and .klllfuland iranl
ARhcTlllc, N. C.
Near Paiieng;cr Depot.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Manalocturers and Dealers In all kinds of limned '
I my eharKr. arc moderate.
We are now urr.uirrd with r,.,m. r... .Mm.
. MRS. S. B. CIIAMniiRI.IN,
may.Udlm A7 Chureh .treet
Thorouifh In. true. inn In ln.inim..iNi ...i
voeal mu.ie aiven bv Ml.. Whltloek. vu
WoiMlltn .Ireet, A.heville, N. C.
junrwii i m
A.heville, N. C, April II, Innd.
The copartner. hip heretofore eilatlna hc-
tween the nnderaignrd, under the Arm nnme
of PIILI.IAM A CO., I. thl. daydlMolved by
mutual consent. The debt, dnc by .aid Arm
will be paid hy Lawrence Pulllam, and the
debts due to nid Arm will be paid to him, I
and the bu.lne.a continued by him.
LA WRKNCB Pt'LLIAM.
D. C. WADDULL.
Door. Sa)h, Blluda, Mouldln(n, Stalrwork, Mantela, Dank
ana war nature, and all kind, of Building material.
Wood Lumber Work u Sneciutiv.
noy 14 dly Telephone No. .
. FITZPATRICK BROTHERS,
Dealers in Wall Paper. WludowShadcaaudPatcntHangcrs),
Paint., Oil. and Varnl.hr.. Marary-s Mlsrd PalnU and Color.
Preach and Americas -
We keep In atoek Ht. Louis aad Kentucky Lead.
Window OI.M, uotk
New houw, newly furnl.hrd, all modern
Improvement., Iari(e rooms, good table.
MRS. M. C. COODK,
S3 College St.
B. F. P. BRIGHT,
To our ixilron. of the paat i
I have thla day sold my interest and Kood I
will In the Inaurancc bsalne. In Aahevllle to
-- - - - . u, wnu win coni.aut tnc I mm m .
buaineM. I beapeak for him eontlnu.nar -" Kt fUl WC arc Here tO Sell OOOdR and are
of roar patron. ice.
A WIND STORM
D. C. WADDBLL.
ln;liali and French
AND DAY SCHOOL,
:;;;u:;:;.;'i;;:,:,,;;;-:::r,,:,,:Ti,.iFE and accident insurance RmRniNR
n sin (iiiviv(-i in i ins .niKruim I
. . fM mnt UWJ m little OIRLS,
DR. BATTLE'S OFPICK.
shall lie lutisfieil.
W. 8. CoRNKl.l.,
In the Mayor's Court.
Murphy Uurjiin nntl his wife, Amy
lturKin, were fined $5 ench for fiulitiiiK in
the Mayor's court this morninff. Ci,
Oooilliikc for carrying n concruled wen-
pan wus fined Wni. Moare nnd
Thos, Vann, tirofiine
NOTICE TO UNO OWNERS.
limrrelliiiK, $!" cue-It.
No. 40 French llroad A venae,
HI, BUH6WTN MAITLANO, . PRINCIPAL
Wanted lo teaas for a term of years for I ( For many year. Aaanel... PrinH.l nr ui
ea.h, or purctiaac from ten to twenty acres ... .v;rn,,n Inatltute, Kaltlmorr.)
arable land, with honat thereon, within four A3l!!l. J " eoTV of '"Mentent teachers
l(lllgUnfC Itnil J w n.iioim. vnn or anurewi
llcrlicrt Unrmny, I
011(1. B. ARTHUR,
P. A CCMBIIN4US,
AllorneyHil.ljsw Notary rsibllc,
NO. Id LIIOAL BLOCK.
AND Hi IT It I. comoanv
Ofllet of the Clerk of the Hu peri or Court of
NOTICK OH Til II INi'iiui.i.u.
)N OF TUB AHIIBVII.LK PABK
30 tola In Churn.'. l'n l,,.,
r .... ,. -. m
I'uncomlw County, Aahevllle. N. C
I'ubiic aotle. la hereby riven that I have
lla dav burned Ul l,n ,,r 1.. ....... . , ,
the aealof the Rnnerlor Court, declaring v.
V. M. V. A. Uymnaslnm,
Mr. U. V, Mnngutn will have ehnriic of
the gymnustic work at the Y. M. C. A
urin the snininer. On Mondnv, Wed-
nemlny ond Friday of each week, the
hours from 4 to 0 ll. tn. nre irlven to I.1h acres land In M.ril.nn n.unt. .... r.,.,'n," Improvlni Innd.er.
i Pnlnt RiK-k. '" "ninar. ana oiner hullill
Coln-r to Sell Them.
DID YOU HEAR WHAT WE SAID?
We have Htraw Hats 1 cent to 00 cents each, nplcndid line of Nhoes cheaper than any
other house see them. Nine and Ten Ounrtcr Hhlrtln by the eaiw. Prints, Ginghams,
Ac., Ac., at any price you would aak Hum. Home all Milk Dim Ooods IS cents per yard.
Would any more but this will convince you.
Ashevillc Dry Goods Co.,
J. O. HOWBLL. asanmrer.
At old .limit, lat door below I'ennlm.n Ik Co.'. Hardware Htore.
ASIIEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
a7 Haywood Street.
All WATKR THOROUGHLY FILTERED on tb Prcmlwca.
. Mt'Hee, n. Weatray Battle, I. . Martin
rln.u.. A.. U. . ... ... I . ...!. I
mcmocr. ... nil. ue- nlN, Kn, lhnt ,., Hfc , ,,.,
pnrtment nre urmd to meet Mr. Man-1?""!'"': R-.R. rn. through the
Kum on Wednesday afternoon nromiitlv '
at 4 o'clock.
and their aureeaaor. to lie, an
noae of i
no., and ear-
Mist Rilla Llndsey returned to-day
irom visit to Covington, Ky.
tore honor. Nn. 1 9 P.ttoa . ..,
seaaiun given June I, isuo.
Twenty-live years ol practical ciperlence, comtriatd with paasoaaj. alUaUoa to all d
' "Iv n corporation for the pur-1 sails of the tmalncas and perfect arr.uKemcnU for CLSisuasM aad rvaari of all aoods
purrhaalna, arllln., leaalna, rie. I
ml Improvlni lanri.ereetiniilintrla, manufactured, enable the proprietor lo present to his aunMrMM patrons superior etass of
Vichy and Seltzer Water In Siphons.
Olnier Ale and all the various flavors of SODA WATRR ready far shipment and delivered
frat la City Unit. Oat of town orden"mst feave aaspoNsiaLl nfereae.
C H. CAMPBELL
ryinr on and m.lnt.lnln. a rmrr.1 holel
and llverv hii.ln... ., i.m.-iiu i
itV In 111, nrnm itm u ..... , 1 '
t?.f.Trw "'"' Irmn capital of
One Million Dollars divided Into ten thou..
ana snare, or the vain of Sioo each.
. . . A. . W. T. RBVNOLD8,
Ch-rn of th Rnptrior Court of Bancojibe
Connty, N, C.