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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 20, 1890.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
II. D. CHILD, Business Manager.
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One Year $11.00
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STORY OF JUST AFTER
BY THE FINDING
FRIDAY, H'XIi L'li, ismi.
THK DAII.V I'lTIZKN
la on aale at the followiiiK ptiuva in Aahcvlllc:
(.IT I UN (ll'I'ICK.
HATTKKY PAKK NI5WS STAND.
lil.KN ROCK NHWS M AMI.
MllliHl. CIliAK S I'll UK. I'ntton Ave.
J. CAKSU.N S NliVYS StllKli, North Court
PERTINENT AND PERSONAL
News) Artout AhIicvIIIIiiiih and ol
HtraiiKvrM within our liiilcn,
C W. 1 1 it II represents I'liii'tipi .it tltt
K.J. Kcvnolils ol Winston is tit llic Hot
ri.lvciiscrolt School eloM'tl to-ilny I'm
Tlicre were poetises lorMnvoi Ulaiilon
H is morning;.
T. J. I.ipsctittili ol New Vol k is at tin
I '. C. Morris ol Mut'i istou-it Is at tin
C. I, Tullis of l-nfala.Ala., istcyisUTcd
at the Swannanon.
W. II. Taliaferro ol I'alliiuorc is tv,t;is
teretl at the Sw.miiaiioa.
There were In." arrivals at t lie piiiiti
al hotels vcstciil.-iv.
The regular weekly nice lint: nl the i it;
council will la' Itclil to-uilit.
It. II. Millikoti. ol l.iiiiliin. I'a.. U
registered at the Wen Kck.
las. II. Settle ami w ile represent Mir
niinham at the llattery I'.uk.
II. S. (fri);sli,r, of liast Saginaw, Mit li..
is registered at the llattery I'atk.
.1. P. I'.rillin ami M. K. Collins ol the V
L"s railniad are at the SwaiiuauiM.
II. II. Corson represents the tlassii
i lly of Huston at the Ilattcrv Park.
C. S. Ilontltiraitt represents rcori;i:i ;tl
tlteSwatinattoa. He is trmn Thmu.-is ille
Louisiana is represented at the Hat ten
Park liy Jno. ll.ildwin, jr.. of St. Mary.
Jno. I, and Allien Pathlt, of Haiti
tnore, are registered til the llattery Park
Mrs. W. M. Stewart and Miss Mar)
Stewart, of I'liilailelpliia, are at the llat
Charlotte Walker has sold to V. II.
Westall a lot ."Cx'."o on Hailey street
T. T. Watson and Lduard Watson ol
SpritiKlield, Mo., tire rcistcri'il at tin
Miss Adtt Johiisini, i if Winston, is will:
her sister, Mrs. T. B. Coliti, in this city
for the summer.
li. li. Crawford, of Galveston, Texas,
mid John A. Fratas. of Savannah, da.,
arc nt the Glen Koek.
Mrs. I.. T. I ilium iinil Miss I'liacc War
nil, of Mobile, Ala., have arrived in tin
city and are at the lilcii Kink.
" Russia, Its Life, Manners mid Cus
loins," is the title lit' the lecture liy Mr.
P. A. IVtuetis at the V. M. C. A. rooms
Solicitor J. M. Moodv, of Waynesville.
is in the citv to-day and will locate here.
lie is solicitor of the sttx'rior court for
Mr. II. A. Oplcn from Connecticut
who has U'cn here for the past two
months has taken Mr. Wuolscy's, Clover
Nook, on Hillside street.
II. II. Stevens has purchased from
Cortland Ilros. two lots on Academy
street with n frotittijjc of 177 feet liy
alH feet depth for $J,.".(".
There were three refusals to answer
the census cnunieralor's questions in
Swannnnoa township yesterday. The
mimes of those refusing have Iktii seal
to the district attorney.
George W. Vnuderliilt lias purchased
13 ncres of land on Lower Hominy from
Henry A. White for $10,li.ro. The ilccd
has been Tiled for registration.
John RtiiitH, n white hoy who drives n
dray was fined $'.' in the Mayor's court
vest cr day for an assault on ('.corc Wea
ver, a colored boy mid smaller than himself.
Isaac (inrrison and J. A. Unrein cn
KiiKed in n fight with a knife mid a stick
near Cooers. They were taken before
0. W. Young, r.(., and bound over In
the criminal court in $101) bond.
How I our .eitroes Were Taken
Out imtl Hliol for it Terrlltle
Crime ATerrlltle Title.
Workttien excavating on North Main
street Wcdncsdav nioruinu fouiul a liu-
iii. in skull and some pieces of wood con
lainiiiK nails. Late in the day they tin
covered another skull mid the hones ol
two persons. The shoes were partly
preserved and a small quantity of bluish
substance, rccouicil to lie n part ol
the Northern uniform, was found. The
lioncs :iud skulls were 'juried fio,niu, and
the workmen were evidently afraid ol
ihe reporter, us they refused to stale
where I hey were placed.
The liudiiiK of these' bones recalls an
interesting historical occurrence that
took place just alter the surrender. The
population of Asliev'llc was at that
time about I, aim. I', J. Aston was
mayor and J. A. l-'agg. now dead, town
marshal. Six weeks alter the surreiidei
of Lee's in my lieu, Tilson, of Maine,
inarchid into town with a large force ol
soldiers, probably l.imn. lie look up
lus headquarters at the old Palloii
house, nuw occupied by the Cosmopoli
tan Club, and drove the inmates out. In
the attct noon the In." ill Ohio regiment.
coin posed of negroes, came ill from Tel
iicssce, and after marching down South
Main street, turned to the right ami
went titi what is now Church street and
across to the field that was where loovi
and llailcy streets now are. Tiny pitched
camp there ami according to the state
ment of a gentleman who lived here at
the tinii'the lull was black with them."
The next morning a l.iruter from near
Wc.ivcrvillc came to town ami repot ted
that a young while girl had Ken as
saulted there the night Ulore by several
of the negro soldiers. Mavor Aston, on
licaring the store, went to lien. Tilson's
headquarters and told it to him. T lit
l.ittir world not Uhcve the statement
until about In o'clock, when the lalhci
if the young lady came in ami com
plained to him ol the matter and staled
that he could identify the men.
As soon ns lien. Tilson was apppriscd
ol till the facts he made the regiment
haw up in line and had the old man to
pass down .-mil scrtitinie the faces of all.
Soon he spotted one man and continued
until he found all live of them, t iiie ol
them turned Slate's evidence. The olbet
lour were tried by court martial the next
day and were sentenced to In- shot. They
were taken to the county jtiil for stile
keeping, together with the otic who hud
testified against them.
The next morning the condemned men
were put in a wagon and driven to the
place of execution, accompanied by the
regiment and a band of music, wllid
piayeii a luncrni inarch. The regiment
was draw n up in a hollow hall square
and a tile ol eighteen men who had bec
detailed for the executioners took the
positions in front of the doomed wretehe
An immense crowd from Ashevilleaiid tin
iieigniHirnooii were present. I lie men
were forced to sit on their own colli ns
which were tunning nut square pine
(sixes, each one large enough for two,
They were blindfolded and their hand
tied together in front of them. Kcv,
h. Cuniiuiiigs, who was then the Metho
dist circuit rider fur this district read the
burial service. Alter the rending of the
death warrant, the command to tire was
given by the olhccr and the men fell dead
on their cotlius, Lach body had four or
live bullets in it. They were luirieil im
mediately, two in t box.
The place where the execution tin
piaee was tneii eonsiilcreil in the out
Kkirts ol the village and is now at tin
inaction ol North Mam, Chestnut and
1 he prompt action of ('.en, Tilson in tin
punishment of the men wits highly grnti
lying to the jicople in mid around Ashe
WAS IT A MAD DOG.
A Mongrel Cur on the
What was supposed to be n mail dog
was killed near Woodbury's stable at
about 10 o'eloek this morning after hav
ing bitten n colored boy, several dogs and
The dog, n brown mongrel, wits first
seen early this morning running down
South Main street. Near the corner of
liagle lie jumped nl a man but was
knocked aside. He again starteil down
the street, jimiied at a mule and bit it in
the nose mid suupicil at a black dog.
Some time later he was seen at the depot
.uid a few minutes U'liire nine o'clock he
returned uplepol street. In front of the
square he met James Scott, a colored
boot black mid bit him on the hand be
lore the boy had noticed him. The dog
ditl not stop but ran on up Court Place
and on College street. A man shot at
him with a rille but missed him, and all
ot lie knocked him overr with a rock, lie
was killed with a hatchet.
Thonias Coi K ning, a I J yetir old lad
living on I icpol street, was bitten three
times by the animal while playing near
his home. The biles were on the hare
I r. Hurroiiglis dressed a wound for a
man named Miller w ho claimed to have
Ihcii bitten by the dog.
Shortly .titer the excitement Ollie
(.tier killed a dog on Hill street which
had U'cn bitten by the animal.
Street Commissioner Mtirrnv said this
morning that yesterday evening he or
ilcrcil the body ol a dead dog taken
away from Last Asheville where it had
Ikcii shot. It Wiis rciioi ted that the ilou
li.ul Im t.-ii several others,
Honors to AHlievllle.
SiKcinl to Tint Citizkx.
IM'Kiiam, June HI. W, S.Coon was to
day elected grand chancellor mid Fred
Jacobs, of Ashcville, grand vice chancel)
lor of the grmitl lodge Knights of Pyth
ins. Next year the grand lodge will meet
BALLARD, RICH & BOYCE,
Tlie Weavcrvllle Male.
The auction stile of lots by Kcv. . F,
Austin nt Weaverville on Wednesday
was a succcssi ul one, Twelve half acre
lots were sold at prices ranging from
i:t! to $7." an acre. This is mi ad
vance of fill nt cent, over the price paid
lor the same proicrty but one year ago.
J. L. Reed has sold to the Ashcville
I. nan. Construction and improvement
company HT'-'i acres on the Western side
of the HuneomU' liirnpike, just north of
the city limits for SHi.nnn.
Lib Siimiiiev, eoliired, was arrested
here this morning lor stealing some
goods from thccimimissnrv's store house
(t the Three C's. railroad camp tu Yan
cey county. I illicers arc here to take him
Stoves unci Tinware.
PLUMBING, GAS AND STEAM FITTING, SLATE
ANO TIN ROOFING.
PAINTS ami OILS.
The man w ho testillcd against his con
leileriitescviileiitlyexnvted to lie released
but the IhmIv of a dead negro was found
the next day after the shooting, near the
place. It was supioscd that it was his
IhmIv, and that he had Iktii taken out ol
the jail by the I'tiiou soldiers mid shot
HE IS NOT CONFIRMED.
IXHten MellreM to
John It, Laves, who was npioititcd in
tomal revenue collector for the I'illh dis
trict of this Slate more than n year ago
mid whose confirmation has been hang
ing over the senate ever since, was rejec
ted by that baily Wednesday. There was
ii great ileal of bitt'T opposition to Haves
by prominent republicans in this district
Ceo. II. Starnes lias purchased from and n jietition with a large number of
Jesse K. Starnes the Townsentl pnqcrty names was sent to Washington, asking
on North Main street for $1,0(1(1. The thai lie should not lie confirtiietr. This
lot fronts HH feet on North Main, 1." J on I x.-tition lias at Inst borne fruit, anil the
opposition is jubilant
Maj.W.ll. Midline, of this city anH
mi Laves man was asked about the mat
ter rbis morning,
i am soiucwiiai surprised at the re
jection," he said, "nllhoiigh I hud susiii
cions that something of the kind might
occur, liecnusc of the strong opxisllion
that was presented. The rejection of
Laves may have tome tendency to in-
Woodfin and 15 on Water street.
The closing exercises of Weaverville
College were more largely attended than
any in the history of the institution. The
fall term begins in September. During
the present year 158 students were enrolled.
Mrs. Rorcr's lectures are proving very
enjoyable and all that was anticipated.
A Inrg numlw of ladies attend the jurc tlie republican pnrty in this district
classes but ns yet no gcnllcmcn have if some man who is not one of Eaves'
availed themselves of -the lectures which friends is appointed anil turns out all of
are open to them as well. hi! appointees. If a friend of Laves was
Snndv Foster, colored, who ussaultcd llititcd I don't know that it would
Burt Collins, with a rusor ubout a week "ijurcheparty. 1 think that Mr. Haves
go, and went to Hot Springs, was or- ' treated unjustly by the party,
rested there yesterday and an officer So 'ar as I know lie is entirely suitable
eat after him. They returned last night. fnr tl,e plnce."
Foster wot take before 'Squire Sum- Senators Vance and Ransom of this
mey this morning and gave a bond of State oppose the confirmation as did
$100 for his appearance July 1. Senator lllair.
OPERA HOUSE OPENING.
Hoiiiftniiig of llie Loral Talent
I lie arrangements for rendering Iheop
era ol Patience (announced in Till! Cl
I'M August 1st have Ihcii ierfccted and
the work ol training the chorus has been
begun. This will number fifty voices, se
lected Irom the liest musical talent of the
city. 1 be two rehearsals alreadv held.
give promise ol great u-stilts. An orches
tra of several pieces, amateur talent, will
furnish the accompaniments.
Miss lc Kosset, w ho is so well known
here, and who made such a favorable im
pression last Hclida-r ill the Little Tycoon
will take the leading role. This, with the
laet mat it is uiuler the management ol
Mr. Herbert L. Price and the director
ship of Mr. W. lwight Hisscll insures
omplete success. An additional interest
is given to llicHTlormiince,asit willoiH-n
the new okt;i house. The frescoing mid
it her work are liciug hastened mid Man-
iger Sawyer litis promised the bouse bv
Socially mid musically, it promises to
lie quite tin evwil. ami will doubtless re
ceive the generous patronage which the
extensive preparation deserves.
Mm. Von Huhluw Uesd.
Mrs. J. C. von Hnlilovv. who was one
of the most seriously mpireil in the rail
road wreck of Saturday night, died at
the t'.leii Hock hotel at In. 441 o'clock
l his illuming. The lady was one of con
siderable prominence in her home mid of
her the Lenoir Topic in its account ol
the accident sH-aks as follows:
She is n woman of rare culture mid
vast exieiience and taught Iroin pure
love nl leaching, as she owns thousands
of acres ol laud ami has a comfortable
competence Ivsid.s. While the war was
in progress she devoted her time and en
ergies to the cause and was imliliclv
. I I...., I... : i
iii.iiiHi-ii iiv i resioeut I'avis lur Her la
bors lor the ciuutorl ol Conlederalc sol
diers, sick mid well, m Kentucky. Sla
had taught m dillireut set lions 'ol ihe
I liited States mid her iicouuintaiu'in nml
and Iriends wherever living will mourn
sincerely her siillcrmg u hu h w ill probn-
iiy terminate suortiy III ileum.
1 1 . i . i
ner iiroiuer was cxcciril to arrive
from Cincinnati this afternoon, uud until
his arrival it is not known what disiosi-
liou will lie made of the remains.
Set your dinini; table tastefully and I
handsomely. It conveys a strong im
pression ol rrhnemenl mid elegance, liv
ery requisite lor this, in china, glass, sil
ver, cut lei v, etc., as well as a large ami
choice stock ol ornamental goods, at
o'.iand til S. Main street, Ashcville.
J. II. Law.
The .iNheillle CttUeii (.lie
The Litest local news.
The freshest State news.
The Ik-si general news,
tieneral ami SKvial cotnmeiits.
i uc largest suiiseripiioii list ol anv
secular p.-qier in the Slate.
The Ust advertising medium in the
A lull stall' of able editors anil corres
I he uea lest, newsiest and most enter
prising paisr m North Carolina.
lis ctlorts are always devoted to the
iipiiiiiniuig ami development ot the re
sources ol the Suite, narticiilarlv the
Subscription, $1 ikt annum: II
months; .10 cents per mouth.
W The tine stock of tomb stones in W.
1 1. Kowe s marble yard are ollercd at
twenty r cent above cost anil earri.iue
ior me next two weeks, call mm sec
THE PASTEUR FILTER,
IN AM. SUliS l-'UK FAMILY
AMI IIOTI-I. I'SI!
tiuaranleerl lo be tieriu Hroof.
Al.l. SIZUH KBIT IN STUCK.
AS1WVILLE A I) 1 7iA' TISHMHSTS.
ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1890.
TERMS STRICTLY CASH WITH ORDER
:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::!J: pr.r hu!?M.
In iiiiintities nut Icsa than tine tun nt fiivtnry
In iiiiintilics not less than otic hull' tun ut tuctory,
lion (luunila. 111) tltkt'ta, 10 ioumla inch
7otl " liH " Sin " '
7."tl " 1,1 " BO ' "
loon " 10 " Jon " "
Nu ice will be delivered without cash ur tiekcta.
Tiekcta now on aule ut the otlicc of th.
Ashcville Ice & Coal Company.
Telephone No. 36 and 40. No. 30 Patton Avenue,
JCLLICO COAL AT RETAIL.
For Urate, s.oo. For Stove, . $4 ,
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
I'ur mile ut Wholesale anil Kctail liy
ASIIEVILLE ICE AND COAL COMPANY
lUilunivr Atcriiu (IHimvHtlc nnd Hti-niti) lur WrHttm North Ciirollna.
Colli, Silver. Ivory, (Ink, (lilt nml Comlii
niitiun MoiililliiKa. Also Kniim MiiuldliiKS,
Picture. Mnlteil, Mniilllnl ntid I'rnmril
lowest priira anil work KUiirantiH-ii. Hiicrn
iiik-a, I'nintiliKS unil Local View, nlwilva on
t H. Main St., Aahevltle
nnr IN i
LIME! LIME! LIME
A Mew Road to IIIIhh.
II von tire wise mid wish to Ik-coiih-
hcallhy and wealthy also, von will use
Koller Klin; or hleetrie l.i"hl Hour; U-
eaiise I lie Ashcville Milling t-'omoanv's I
iiour is uotoiiiv tneiH-st nut ihcclicuocst.
I IH HTH PAi;F
MiiMiV to I.oas Nmt Atkinson It Son.
ruivvTi. IIoahii Mrs. II. M linviilmn.
AsilKMl.l i. Loan III i n k -North Minn SI.
m:y to loan
$'J'J( on aiMirnvt'il AhrvllU- mil jH.. nt
h irni. on MitiK imir. Aiplv ti
.NAM ATKINSON V SnN.
Tt lutrchSM' .r relit 11 lew ti.-n-. ..I I.....I l..
or iii-iir .sneinc, Aniny III
inn. Jo.l.lt THIS DITICIi.
Imoitia, tt naioil shiiite.
IIhmI locution. 1,
Tcrma n-nauiialitt .
MKS II M. li.WIHSllN.
lune.-o.n.t t.-,.r. Valley nml Cnllcuc st.
A CAR LOAD OF
FRESH - LI M E
In Bulk or
Olliee No. 30 Patton Avenue
T li I. Kl -111 IN It Nil. 40,
Money liilnin..,! mi Watches. Uiiimunila
and v nrlnua other tirlielra.
33 morin main iitrcct. 33
A Kn(d cook,
A rrhenrsnl of lite nuili- mentlH-r. ,,r it,..
norua 111 I H I ti-ncc will im- lie , nt lit.. Atli.
iciic t.iuii room, i-rtuity nt H.ao i,, m.
Wnnliouae nt Keput.
I'. I). Ho fi:il.
C. E. MOODY.
l"lllt NdTICU OK Til H
Tit IN III' Tlllt ASIII'VII.I.K
l.l.liN KlICK llllTI'.l..
pi)K SAL II UK RUNT.
irowni-d l Tennessee,
j . iiiii.ui .i oores vi uc, .. t. was
drowned m the Little Tennessee river in
l.oiidan county, Tenn., on Wcdncsdav.
I he tintortiitinte man was mi employe
ol the klioxville Southern railrond nml
wiisat work on a cofferdam. I in the after
noon in which he met his death a storm
came up mid he aitcmii'cd to swim to the
shore, Imt was strangled liy the heavy
waves and sunk. Mr. I,. I Sorrels.
of lliltmorc, was workiui; with Ihnlri
and rtvovered the ImhIv. It was liroucht
on here lo-duv U Sorrels and J. A. Well- thnn hnlf eo.t
K. A. I.I IN(1.
Iiieki rxin'a lliirilwnre Store,
JJ()CKINC. Ill K I IS I (IK SAt.lt.
Two fine alilisera,
JglTI'ATION WAN Till 1,
llv younil lllllll nf liu.lne.a riiK rlrnrr
'". iiiik- lllllllla gliou. A 1
ri-ierrnce. imhi iHlininn.
J11nclMd.lt mix 87 CITY.
ASIf lllllltl. CIIAII'ANV.
(lllu-eol the Clerk of the Superior Court of
. .i,,K- vimniy, ANiirvillc. w. t..
I'tltilic notice la herrliv irlvi'n Ihnl I hnw-
iih iiny issued iritera ol incoriKinitinn umli i
tliearuliif the SuiM.rlnr I'nuri. ri.i-l.rinu v
It. .Mcllcc. n. WrHtmv llnlll.. I II A1HPI1
nml their aucceaaur. to lie, and thenceforth
nicy shall lie, a corporation for the nitr-
... ini,Mni, aciiinK, icn.inil, uc
vi-iiipinK linn improvlns innd.erretinK hotel
.inn., cutiiiirea anu otner iiuliutnKs, nnd enr-
ryinu on nnd niamtntninir a urnenil lu,i..l
mm livery nualncaa at Aahcville nnd ita vleln
ItV in lllllli'ikmlie t'.innlv M.irll. fn.ll
for the term of slaty yeara with a cnpllnl oi
line Million Hollar, divided Into ten tlloua-
nnu anarea ol inc value nl Slot) eneh.
w. T. UMVS.-lll.lia
Clerk of the Superior Court of Uuncu'.nlK-
louniy. n. t.
Irieutls nf the de-
uceomimiy it lo
Ikt and was met liy
ceased, who will
I iiiilil was eighteen years old.
llroke Holh I.c'k mid Arm.
Thomas (Jiiuin, who makes his liviuu
liy ilenlino jn rustic work, 11 ml lives near
the Sulphur SpriiiKS, met with a serious
accident Wednesday ni);ht. He was on
his way home anil while crossing the
railroad liridc lielow the old deHit, fell
throtioh. Ilia ri"ht arm nnd le were
liolli liroken, mid lie remained on the
Krountl where, he landed in an unconscious
otnlition, until the next morninir, Iir.
Meriwether attended to his Injuries.
Mole His Money and Wife.
OcorKC Moore entered Morris Arnold's
house on South Main street and stole
two suits of clothes, $.1(1 in money, a
lintik hook and some shirts. He also
took Arnold's wife anil left for Chnttti-
nooKit. He was arrested thereyeslcrday
and sonic of the missing goods were re
turned to Arnold Inst night. Mrs, Ar
nold is still in Chnltnnonga.
The Ashcville nmntcur rifle club shot
at their grounds yesterday afternoon.
The shooting wns done with Winches
ter rifles accord ing to Creedinoor rales
and the score ws ns follows:
A, II. liaird, H2; C. W. Malone, 81 ; N.
.Reynolds, 71); D.L. Reynolds, 70; J.
Graves, 73; II. C. Jones, 73; 0. W.
The iBliinlde alnn h, ...a.. .ll..l..i.. .i.
.una ivi nsiu-viiie nnw (K-clipltil liy A. II.
Imiea K Him. Aimlv to ll a ii..rkl.M i
11 i........ a 1
June I Mil Iw
Smnll liltnirv of .tnndiir.l l.n.,1... m.ii..ii..h
of rnre minimi, nml eiirioaltira : fnot power
Rnni .... nun coiinilcte lltlttlt. coal S'J-I,.
must lie .old hy Siiiurdiiv. Will aril fur less
cull 111 this uflice.
Three Im-ihiIImiI lill.ll,. l..ia hii.iiui ....
Shofl atn-et, iiilJnlnlnK lleanlen's proirrty ;
H-ai nriKlilHirliiHiil : rhcan. Annlr to A
lAi-ls-r, ow ner, or J. M. CamplK-ll. nxent.
We nre now urenared with rooma fur aim.
MKS. 8. B. CIIAMIllIKl.tN.
niny.lldlm B7 Church atreet.
ITS LIFE, MANNERS AND CUSTOMS
V. M. C. A. Lecture Hull
FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 20, 8.30 O'CLOCK.
THIS HIMTOA V OF
MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 23, 8.30 O'CLOCK.
By ltlR. P. A. DU9IENS.
AdiuUnlon a Cents),
Thiimiiuh Inalruetliin In Inalriimenlnl ml
riKiil music Klven Iir Mlsa W hillock, iiu
noiiiotn aireet. Aanevllle. N. u.
J?( IK HAI.lt.
Pine RiiarwnuH Piano for anle ehenn
illl WniHllln atreet, Ashcville, N. C.
p. a ciimniNVN,
Atloriicytt-Iiw k Molary Public.
Nt). 12 LKUAL lll.OCK.
till lota In Chunn'a Cove, luat nutalde the
1.1 hh acres land In Madison cuuntv. hear
noo acres land three mile, north nf llrmlri.
aonville. A. A I K. K. run a throuxh the
mm, i-oatomce ano aepot near uy.
"ni n,,p, 1,1, i.r.iiin .enue, I OB-
aesHiun Kven junc l, lnuo.
BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, BLACK8MITHING.
To the ettliens nf Aahevllle and vicinity I
ARDEN PARK HOTEL
10 miles Sooth of Ashcville, on A. 8, R. R
Per Month $40 00
Per Week..., iaoo
Per Day 300
Dinner and Tea Parties on one day's notice,
Thou. A. lMorria, Prop..
apriorttf Antra, N. C.
Cannon, 71); N. II. Atkinson, 00, out of ra announce that at my ahnpa on Colli-ire
... I '""'i neat to woounury atauiea, 1 am net
ifnaioiii awo. 1 irr urennren tnao ever to no work in mvllne.
IWakona, BaKaies and Carrlaaea mannfaet.
red. Repairing; and hiiraenihoelns are .pe
ri , ... a . ... 1 .."... 1 MiiRaenim 1111
u. uaugntcr unu nin o, 11. jones, DOtn My workmen are eiprrtrnced and 1
ofDuncombe. "io.XT " momnu
B. F. P. BRIGHT.
UFE ANO ACCIDENT INSURANCE
DR. BATTLE'S OFPICK.
JPOR RUNT JULY 1ST.
lunctdu 65 South If aia street.
allery over Law's atore Ha'
Pal.Hl (. w I J .. W . . - , 1 . . 1 J .
-j..i.,..i miui. nnu pnniina ne
partmentt eommodloua and mv nt . .v..
Al'l'iy to DttAKUtlN, HANKIN at CO.,
LltWIS MADDUX. I'res L. P. McLOI'U, Vlee-Pres. . B. RANKIN, Csjhir
DisscToss: lwla Mnddui, M. I. Iieardrn, M. I. Pnitu, J. B. Rnnkln. J. B Uav 1 11 ,
S. H. Reed. Ueo. 8. Powell. CM. McLoud. 1"",,"n' K. J- Rcnl
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, -
Organlied May 1st. 1MHH.
CAPITAL, S5(),00().SUR PLUS, $15,(XK)
State, County and City Depository.
DiH-a a (leneriil Hanking llualncaa. IVpo.ita received. HxchnnKC houuht and a.,1.1 1..1
lections made on nil acccsaihle xilnta. The Savin I'ciitnre will receive nerinl ntienil,.,,
Onall aums In thia department, depuattrd lor four inontna ur loniicr. luteo.l ut the mu
of 4 ier cent, iter annum will lie paid
8iecial attention Riven to loans on real eatutc, which will be placed for Ions time on real
Oped from 9 a m. to 3 p. m. On Satunlnys the SuvIiik Drpnrlincnt will ucoiantill ll p.m.
UN I! OP TUB
In tlio .South.
Service nml tuldc I'irat
AS 11 12 villi-:,
I'lVB MIM TIiS-
v,JWALK I'RtIM TUB
Pima the door every 1u
Pol terms addreas
II. J. GREENWELL, Proprietor.
ONLY EIGHT MILES FROM ASHEVILLE ON THE A. & S. RAILROAD.
-A HOME IN-
A lovely liiiildlnii lot notl.lo feet In ahiulv vrnvr Iiv
the tiucat miiH-nil apritlir in tile S11111I1 lit Sill In Sloo.
A iiiict iiIiwt, li ll. dry. line viova and o,l amicty.
Place well Inid nil with wide lreel nil lo.-iiu iivciiuea
lull feet wide. Two ood new holt-la, depiil, diolv
ninlla. etc. sk.vlioid Spriuiia ia 11 new ami populiir n'--aurt
nnd IhiihhI to iiruw. Iluy now for a cottauc or
aa nn invralint-iit.
Train, leave A.licvllleut U.IOa. 111. and return at 7
p. in. I'.l cenla,
OTIS A. MILLER,
Nkylaud P. O., N. C.
felil t dnm
SKYLAND MINERAL SPRINGS, N. C.
lillflit MUcii 8011th of AMhevlllc, on llic A. tk H. Railroad.
New hulela, new eultiiKt-a, new furniture, bctiiititul Krovra.ncut tennia nml troiiiet Inwna,
48 MINERAL SPRINGS.
White Sulphur, Alum, sfilum-iiii. Iron nnd I'.paiim. Thuae sickiliu health nnd nlea.ure ami
aelect aoctcty will nut full to vli.lt Una pleuauut reaort and drink of Its beallnK watela.
E. A. LeVENE,
Aithcvlllc, N. C.
Near PaMteiiger Depot.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO
aaanaiacinrcra ana ucincrs in all kinds of lire
Door, Saab, Blind, Mouldings), Htairwork, Mantcla, Bank
ana uar Fixtures), and all kinds) of BulldliiK material.
Hard Wood Lumber Work
nor 1dly Telephnue No. s6.
Dealers In Wall Paper, WludowHhadcHaiid Patent Hangera,
Paints, Oils and Varnlahca, Maanry's Mixed Points and Colors.
Prench and American
We keep In stock St. Louis and Kentucky Lead.
Window Olass, bulk
A WIND STORM
May Come and go, but we are Here to Hell .ood and are
Going: to Sell Them.
DI1 YOU HEAR WHAT WE SAID?
We hare Straw Hats 1 cent to 0O cents each. Splendid line of Shoes ehcnier than any
other house ace them. Nine and Ten Ouurlcr' Hhlrtlnic liy the case. Prints, Ulnithams,
tc., c., ot any price you would oak them. Home oil Silk lireaa Oooda IS eenta ner ..nl
Wouia soy more but this will convince you.
Ashcville Dry GooUh Co.,
J. O. HOWKI.L, Manaicer.
At old .limit. 1.1 door IhIow Pcnnlmnn ft Co.'s Hardware Store.
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
217 Haywood Street.
All WATER THOROUGHLY PILTERKD ou tbe Premlaca.
Twenty-Rvc years of practical experience, combined with rsssoNAL attention lo all d
tails of the baalnesa and perfect arranircmrnta for clianlinkss and rtmrrr of all goods
manufactured, enable the proprietor to present to his numerous patrons a superior class of
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphon.
Ginger Alt and all the various flavors of SODA WATBR ready for shipment sad delivered
free uiClty limits. Oat of town orderalmust have asarosaiuLS reference. .
C H. CAMPBBIX.