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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 28, 1800.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
H. D. CHILD, BuiineM Manager.
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SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1800.
THE DAILY CITIZKN
I. on sale at the following place. In Aahcvllle:
HATTBK V PARK NI1W8 STAND.
GLBN KOCK NBWS STAN It.
MO1IBLCI0AK STORK, I'atlon Ave.
J. CAKSON's NliWs STURB, Nurtll Court
PERTINENT AND PERSONAL
News About AHtaevllllaiiH and ol
nUraunera nviinlu Our tialeH.
A. A. Camplx'll, of Murphy, X. C, is in
li. W. Scihels, of Columbia, S. C, in at
L. A. Peck represents Cincinnati :tl
J. Augustine Smith, ol New York, is til
the Battery I'ark.
W. F. Roth, of South ilcnU, Intl., is nl
the Grand Central.
mere were no cases in the .Mavort-
court this morning.
II. 0. Strong, of Chicago, is registered
ut the Battery Park.
I. II. C. Pancake, of Komnev, V. Vn
is at the Swaimnnoa.
I.. . Rogers, of the Waviu-svillc Con
rier, is in the city to-day.
A. A. Klutz, ol Chattel Hill, is at tin
Mattery Park with his wile.
. B. Mcnrcs, jr.,o! Xew York, is regis
tercel at the Swunnanoa.
H. P. Frcnis, of Gnithcrshurg, Mil,, is-
registered at the Orttnd Central,
Thos. S. Stewart, representing the Cin
cittnati i:nitiircr is at the Battery Park.
Maj. Rolicrt Ilingham, of Bingham'
School, is among the recent arrivals at
the Oaks Hotel.
J. P. Slaughter, jr., ol Iitirhntn, and
Mrs. Slaughter, of I.vnclilnirg, are at
the Battery Park.
Miss Xora Kobcson, of Hiintsville.
Ala., is visiting the family of J. V. Brown
on Academy street.
B. M. Jones, Clarence Sawyer, Carl V,
Reynolds and P. II. Branch relumed this
morning from Morchcnd City.
The Board of Aldermen did not meet
last night o wing to the sickness of one
and the absence of another of the mem
C. Doyle, J. II. Doyle and the Misses
Poylc and Miss Anna Kicc, of Xew Or
leans, arc among the Battery Park's
i roi. vims. it. vt vim reltirueil this
morning from n visit to his home in War
ren county and will be here the rest ol
Rolicrt I-recnian, of the Knoxviilc
livening Sentinel, who has been here in
the interest of his paper, returned home
(ov. Taylor, of Tennessee, left this
afternoon for home. His family who
have been visiting here for some time,
On Thursday, tily 3,n lawn party will
lie held at Strauss' by the ladies of the
Christian church, The Ashcville band
will attend. The object is to raise funds
to pay oir the debt on the church,
The mules hitched to thcexpress wagon
became frightened nt the bnggngc car
of the electric road at the depot yester
day evening and wheeled around, knock
ing oft one of the fore wheels,
V, P. Miller had Dave Ilnwshaw ur-
rested this morning for stealing a cont
from him. llnwshnw was taken before
Usquirc Sunimcy and proved that the
coat was Ins proierty and
THE SOUTH CAROLINIANS !
A PLEASANT BANQUET CIV
EN LAST NIGHT.
Moultrie 400 or 500 North Carolinians
participated. The leaves of her history
are not yet gathered together, he said in
conclusion, but in virtue, courage and
love of liberty North Carolina has no su
S. D. Pelhnm offered the toast "The
State of Tennessee, the daughter of
North Carolina and the mother of the
'rear guard of the revolution,' whose
heroism made Cornwallis' defeat possi
Governor Taylor responded. His speech
was both humorous and pathetic. Of Ins
state he spoke in the highest terms,
although to North Carolina lie conceded
the highest mountains, the prettiest hills
and the fairest women. Of the resources
The one hundred nnd fourteenth mini-1 of his state he spoke seriously and the at
TWO HOURS OF AN INTELLECT
The TouhIh and ResnonHes-A
Happy Affair Thoroughly
Knjoyed by Over One
vcrsary of the battle of Fort Moultrie
was fittingly celebrated nt the Swnnna
noa Hotel last night. The South Caro
lina Society tendered a banquet to its in
vited guests nnd over one hundred sat
down at the tables. It was the first ban
quet given by this society since the oneof I proposed by Major Rollins with the sen
tention of every one in the hall was his,
and when he paraphrased a famous ex
pression, the star of empire no longer
westward but southward takes its wav,
the applause was deafening.
l lie toast, The State or (icorgia, was
1887, so pleasantly rcmemlicrcd bv all
who were in attendance. The oneof Inst
evening was quite as enjoyable.
Shortly lieforc 10 o'clock the party
marched from the parlor to the dining
room and took seats at the tables. The
latter were arranged down cither side ol
he room nnd were connected ut the east
end bv a shorter one. On the walls were
the flags of North and South Carolina.
At the right of President Brccsc sat
Lieutenant Governor William L. Mnuhlin
if Sonth Carolina, at his left Govcruoi
Taylor ot Tennessee. In the bill of fare
many ol the Heroes ol tltc Mourn Mate
were remembered. The soup wasof colo
nial camp style; the duck was served a la
Cicnernl Daniel Morgan, the salad after
General Sutnpter and the tongue niter
Sergeant Jasiwr. General William Moul
trie was rcmemlicrcd In the palmetto rice,
as was General Francis Marion in the
yams, LuFnyrttc in the pens. Baron Steu
ben in the boiled onions, and Colonel Wil
liam Washington in the potatoes.
At 1 1 o'clock the last course hail Ixnn
served and for two hours an intellectual
feast followed which has never hern ex
celled in the city. President Brccsc wel
comed them to the hall.
"Gentlemen of the South Carolina Soci
ety and our invited guests," he said, "We
have met to-night to celebrate the 1 14th
anniversary of the battle of Fort Moul
trie, nti'l .vliile to abler hands is assigned
the honor of depicting its glories, yet I
cannot forlicnr to echo one note which
was sounded at the recent laying of the
ment, "The youngest of the'original thir
teen now the Umpire State of the South."
General Young responded and although
at the start he claimed himself as a street
paver and not a sieech maker, he demon
strated the fact that he could do the lat
ter with eloquence. His speech was ad
dressed particularly to the needs of the
present although be did not forget to pay
to the history of his state the credit due
her. Of the record of the South in the
Inst t wenty-fi vc years he was particularly
prom! and he had no faith in the advo
cates of a new south. W hat tlie section
needed was that the stand solid on mat
ters ol imiHirtnncc to her future. His
sKxvh was a graceful pica lor concerted
NEW CHINA STORE
Wo doisiro to call tho atten
tion of the ju'oplo of Anlie
villi' ami WVhIcth North Car
olina to our largo and well
selected stock of Crocker.v
IIouso Furnishing (ioods,
Cutlery, Stows, Tinware, &c,
which we are offering nt very
low prices. It ih our aim to
be leaders in this class of
Goods, and ask you to assist
us in doing so by giving us
a shai'e of your patronage.
Our stock is new and our
prices the lowest. A lew ol
Ilaviland & Co., C. F.
BALLARD, RIGH & BOYCE,
Stoves and Tinware.
PLUMBING, GAS AND STEAM FITTING, SLATE
AND TIN ROOFING.
PAINTS and OILS.
THE PASTEUR FILTER,
IN ALL SIZHS 1'UR FAMILY
AND HOTIit. USI!
Uuaranleed to be derm Proof.
ALL K1ZUW KUI'T IN STUCK.
ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1890.
TERMS STRICTLY CASH WITH ORDEft
In qunntitica not Ira. than one ton at factory
In qunntltiea nut lea. than one half ton at factory,
6(H) pound., (Ul ticket., 10 pound, each
TOO its " SIS " ,
7BO ' 18 ' 60 ' '
10O0 ' 10 " 1110 " "
No lee will tie delivered without euah or tickets. Tickjrt. now on sale at the nm ..,
Asheville Ice & Coal Company,
Telephone No. 36 and 40. No. 30 Pattou Avenue,
JEIXICO COAL AT RETAIL.
For Crate, K5.00.il For Stove, . 4
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
For ante at wholesale and Retail by
ASHEVILLE ICE AND COAL COMPANY
Telephone 36 and 40. '
Bselualve Atfcnt. (Home, tic and Steam I for Weatern North Carolina.
LUW18 MADDUX, Pre.
L. P. McLOUB, Vice-Prea.
DiascToaa:-Lela Maddux, M.J. Beanlrn, M.J. Pajrir, J. B. Rankin. J. B. Ka I u
n. n. Kcca. iKo. a. I'owell. C. M. McLoud. "
. B. BANK1N, Caablw
Mr. L.T. Knwls proposed the tonst,
"The city of Asheville, our adopted home, and dfcomted Porcelain.
Her cciiiua nnd development no hand in
himd nnd mirrors to the South what nn- Ko.Vnl Il'Oll StOIIC, C.
11, v iiiuin, nci vc mm cueriiv can wrest 1 ii- 11 . 11 1 .
from mountain fn.t,,es." Ha IV, 1 ellow Mid KocklDg
InoneolthelKstrecerved speeel.es of mn, WaiV, Raindrop Ten
lioia. ntivcr, l.ory. Oak, Gilt and Combl-
ItillgeWay'B & liOOt'H idilill """on MouliUntra. Alio Room Moulding..
i-iciurc. luntua, Mounted and Framed at
lowest price, and work iiuarantred. Knurnv-
lnu, PalntinK. and Local View, always on
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK,
UrxanlKd May lab 1888.
CAPITAL. $50,000. SURPLUS, $15,000
State, County and City Depouitory.
Hoe. a Oencral Banking Buainna. DepoaiU received. Bichana boaaht and aalri
lections made on all arccsalble painU. The Sailim Feature will receive .pedal attention.
On all sums in thia department, depoaited for four nioutna or lonarr. Interest at th ....
of per cent, per annum will be paid.
Special attention given to loana on real estate, which will be placed for long time on real
Open from 9 a. m. to 3 p. ni. On Saturdays the Saving Department will be open till 0 p..
L. P. McLoud
Mr. McLoud referred to the phenome
nal growth ol the city, and of its nnturnl
.idv.'intnj;c At present, he said, and he
wns in a Mtsition to know, there was
ha in Wure,
TO THE UUILDKKS.
we awo carry on in con-
aa S. Main St., Aaheville.
apr 1 d
where except in the presence of dancer,
Dr. Ilnttle resionded. When he hnd re
ceived the invitation to respond he snid
lie felt much like the Irishman who when
asked to take a drink struck an attitude OUr Hardware at COSt.
scntntives in Asheville are true tyiies of
corner stoneol the nsluugton Mcmoiml I the soldier nnd gentleman, modest every-
Arch, wlieu tlie orator ol the nay rising
to the occasion said, "Xew York is justly
proud in beginning this memorial arch,
but does not forget thnt other American
cities have their own distinctive patriotic
renown." In tloston was rocked the
cradle of liliertv ; in I'hiladclpliia inilc-
lendeiicc was declared and the constitu
tion adopted. In Ilatiiinore the couti
ucntal congress sat when driven from
I'hiladclpliia and in Charleston harbor
the great fleet of Sir I'eter Parker was
utterly disierscd and destroyed. Yes,
gentlemen, on South Carolina's shores
England's flag was first lowered nnd the
proud sovereignty of (.rent Hritain swept
from her seas bclbrcthcgunsof Monetino.
This, gentlemen, is a part of aSouthCur-
olininn's heritage and yet living as wedo
on the soil of old North Carolina we nre
more capital here than ever before. No- licet ioll with OUT HtorO 11 geil-
iu til v rvrr ioar n mm no at n art m laiuniiu
dirt! It was the fairest spot on the face CI'U' Tillllillg and Plumbing
of creation. business. AH work done
tonst, The Army nnd Navy, their repre- promptly Ulld Hlltisfaetoi'ily,
aentntivc. in Aalu-vill. .m rl "
ONB OF TUB
In the South.
Service and table First
. N. C.
WALK FROM Till
Pa the door every 10
and looked heavenward. "What is the
matter with you?" asked the friend.
"Sure, I thought I heard an nngetfspeak
ing," he answered in replv. Thnt was
the way he felt he said when he wasasked
to resHind to the toast. He, however,
felt himself entirely inadequate. Krom
then on his speech wot one of solid fact.
He was in hopes thnt tlie navy would be
improved until it should become what it
should be. He was hopeful of the success
of the new war ships.
Air. l. v.. lute proposed tlie toast,
Woman, with a glowing sentiment.
Mr. J. P. Arthur who responded ad-
also again nt home, for to her alone be-1 mitted that he was notprearedtosieak
V car load of Terra Cotta
bewer and Stove Fiiie just
reeei veil. We are still sellina:
must lie sold.
imowN & Tint ash,
41 Tatton Avenue.
Under Opera House.
A CAR LOAD OP
FRESH - LIME
In Bulk or
Office No. 30 Pattou Avenue.
TIII.BI'IIONlt NO. 40.
Warrhuune at UcMit.
r. n. Box 034.
longs thecrcditof Unoriginal declaration
of indciendencc, and its confirmation by
those Halifax resolutions of May 12,
177H, resulting in the continental decla
ration of tlie fourth of July following.
"I claim that our society undthisgath-
cring represent history and that we nre
standing on historical ground. In the
name then of a common heritage anil in
behalf of this handful of South Carolina
gentlemen I greet you and bid you all a
cordial nnd brotherly welcome.
It is also my pleasing duty togivcyou
to it. He had come to siieak to the sen
timent. The hand that rocks tlie cradle
rules the world and that was what lie in
tended to speak to and he did. He took
the opKsite and started out to prove it.
Tlie whole wus the humorous hit of the
Mr. K. M. rurninn responded to the
kiiisi, 1 nc 1 reus, migiuy tor wenl or I
woe," proposed by Ur. J. A. Watson.
Mr. Furmnn whs id a pleasant mood
and his response was well received. He
concluded by offering a toast, to the
A dray horse belonging to J. 11. Ingle
became frightened nt a cur nt the corner
of Church street nnd I'ntton avenue yes
terday afternoon nnd ran nwny. The
only dnmnge done was to the wngon
which wus broken.
"Great Forgiveness, Grcnt Love" I
FOR BENEFIT Of THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH.
Tbe Ashcville Band will Pnrnlah
Maslc Daring the Evening.
COIHE ONE, COME ALL
WILL BE OPEN FOR THE SEASON OF
1890 ON JUNE 1ST.
Accommodations the verjr brat thla moun
tain country can afford. Terras reasonable
as possible to make thrm. Billiards, pool,
nowlln alley, ball room, muale, etc.
.1 : - I n .1 1. u ..r.i - . 1 I 1 1 i-. 1 , . ., . . I .
m- uuu in. npvwn wH.uni- hi me mum picas-1 cv, nnu bjiukc 01 tne inst inness ol Jef-1 Vf mfr if Vca mar w
nnt of the evening. He felt doubly grate-1 ferson DhvU. T. W. Caiiers made a am, u.,
the first regular toast of the evening, the South Carolina Society of Asheville. tnnv
day we celebrate and with it the State of I it long live and prosper. The sentiment
South Carolina. Aminis Opihiisquc Par- was tlie true love of tlie Innd of birth
nti, (Dinnn ve hear her slogan?) A is the best evidence of loyalty to the land
mother whose shield nnd cause Iter tons of adoption. President llreese was
arc ever rendv to bear and manitnin," I called upon to resimnd and he in turn
Hon. illinm L. Mauldin resHndrd in called Uion Colonel Hatch. The latter
a happy effort which was liberally ap- spoke shortly and with feeling. Captain
plaudcd. He sHike of the regret he felt V. E. Mcllee proposed the toast, "The
that his governor wns not present tore- Heroic I Vud of the Cnrolinns. It was
spond to the toast, mid of his inability drunk standing and in silence. That con-
to do justice to it. A minute later and eluded tlie regular toasts.
ne Had completely disproved the latter, Judge Fenner was called upon, how-
C. E. MOODY.
ICE CREAM PARLOR
South Alain St.
MESSRS. BARKER & FULLAM
Have rnrnlahed a parlor In the rear of their
fruit store where Ice Cream and Hhcrlict will
be furnished la any Quantities, and solicit
the patronasc ot the public. Ladles arc es
Will be At
32 Uailcy Street
Por terms address
H. J. GREENWELL, Proprietor.
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
917 Haywood Street.
All WATER THOROUGHLY FILTERED on tlie Premises.
Twenty-Bve years ol practical oncrience, combined with rsasoN.L attention to all dr.
tall, of the buaincaa and perfect arrangementa for CLKaHUNSas and fvnitt of all nooda
I manufactured, enable the proprietor to present to hia numerous patrons superior ctaas of
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphons.
Gingrr Ale and all the various flavors of SODA WATBR ready lor shipment and delivered
Irer in City limits. Out of town orders must have anponsinLS reference.
' C. H. CAMPBELL.
ONLY EIGHT MILES FROM ASHEVILLE ON THE A. & S. RAILROAD.
-A HOME IN-
A lovely hullrilnR lot Ollxl Bo fat In ahnriv Kmvebv
the nne.t minrrnl .prime, in the Moaili nt Sin to MO.
A quiet place, hlKh. dry, tine view, and good society.
Place well laid off with wide streets all main avenues
UMI reet wide. Two umiil new hotels ririHit, daily
mull., etc. Hkylnnd 8prinK i. a new and popular re
port and Imund to stow. Buy now for a cottage or
a. an investment.
Train, leave Aahcvllle at U.lo a. m. and return at 7
p. m. M ceuta.
fchl I ilflm
OTIS A. MILLER,
Skyland P. O., N. C.
(Formerly of Lymaa Child),
ml, he said, for bring in Asheville. clever impromptu address, ludge Avcrv
Venrs ngo he wns a resident. He at- sKke briefly. H.T.King, of Augusta.
tended school at Professor Lee's acad- handled tbe streets of Ashcville with
I etny in Clutnn'scove nnd it wns in these I hnre hands, and with Captain Natt At
mountains that in him was bred the kinson the spenking wns concluded.
l. e 1 i!t ... ... I it..,,,- . . . .
lurcui icraoniii inieriy. ne paid n glow-1 nun s cornet oana, wiucn hnd con'
inir tribute to his olil school ninaicr .ml I tributed lnrovlv tt i!m ..UnaMM nfiL.
I hruiK'llct! off into the Slnl nf Kniiih cusion. nlnved a manh ..J !.. .
I...V. vii .m.fi(ll. .1,. ...I.l.f A.- l.. I . . .- ' .. .' " UkJXaaAU
- w-..j. .... ii caro inn. w 11c 1 ne win nerfn-i v will no 1 return
1:..: tin.i. . i. 1.-1.1 I . . r ' I
"Ull",ul lu x ' '" to ndm t wns the greatest in the Amori.
Y. M. C. A. rooms to-morrow nt 5 p.m. cnn umon, The bnm. of llw R.nt. hnH Bt'HIMKMI NOTICM.
It will be preceded by a song service, and been foremost in the Kev,,l.,.i- I.. .1.-
all young men nre invited to be present. wnr with Mexico and thousands" of her
SKYLAND MINERAL SPRINGS, N. C.
Bach moinins: eacrptinsj Wednesday and Klfclat RllleS) SOUtll Of AnhcvlllC, OU the A. Jk H. RallrOHd.
Saturday to receive piano pupil, or to make I
New hotels, new cottaKCS, new furniture, beautiful itrovea. neat trnnl. and .-ro.iucl lawn..
48 MINERAL SPRINGS.
White Hulpliur, Alum, Mairnesla, Iron and HiMom. Those seckln hr.Nh and .,lr..ure and
select society will nut fall to visit thia pleasant resort and drink of IU healing waters.
hetyour dining table tastefully and
arranavmenta lor lewnn.. Hiccial attention
airen to enarmltle playina, partirularly fur
those who wish to lmirovc In rcaclln mu.lc.
Terms, 910.00, S18.00 or Sao.OO a quarter.
acconllns to length of krsson, or whether In
a class. Payable la middle of quarter.
133 BHUVII.U 35
Money advanced on Watches, Diamond. I
I and varions other articles.
133 rsonn jnaiin street. m
E. A. LeVENE,
Aahcvllle, N. C.
Near Paaensrcr Depot.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
aalaUmfaBftalfWra anrf Iasll4i Ism all kiaxtss m -
ur. weaver, sanitary inspector, has no- sons nnu lonoweu it 10 tneir death dur- nnntisomeP. It conveys a strong
tified a large numlier to connect their lnR tBC "lte wnr- " 1111 tribute to Inn. I1, reiinemeni ano elegance.
premises with the sewer, and in but one I Ca Calhoun nnd to the democracy he re-
case has the request been complied with, tired.
Strictly a Brokerage BnalneM
Mr. E. H. Wright offered the toast.
The State of North Carolina, with the
sentiment "one of the original thirteen
and tbe first to distinctly declare for
coloniul independence, Her unwritten
history is a sealed book which when
opened peoples her borders with a hospl-
laliL I..-... I 1M. . .. I ! I
.l.M h. rn.ml tel.. ...I. """'7 tuymg people
. . . ... ' and reveals to the States a nobility of
self sncrtlice which docs nil and then
Kesnvs he will enforce the ordinance I
soon, as he is determined to have the
William Smith wns arrested this morn
ing by the S. P. C. A. for cruel treat
ment to his horse. He carries the mail
between Asheville nnd Mills Kiver, and
cry requisite for this, in china, glnss, sil
ver, cutlery, etc., as well as a large and I
choice stock of ornamental goods, at 67,
on nnu 01 9. main street, Asneville.
J. H. Law.
I Jjlyamt AsKuat Infraction la drawlnc
If yon arc wise and wish to become J" J JK1,1",,". m "" " atudioat
henlthy and wealthy also, von will uar ?iLr,&--Z''' formation appi,
Koller King or Klectric Mg
cause tne A
l.n.n. swurrly placed at ptr owit.
SVnntER ART SCHOOL.
fUIV A t 1SUAKD woor, nmmn, Biinda, nonldlnsra, stalrwork, Mantel, Bank
and Bar Fixtures, and aU klnda of Bnlldlntr Material.
Hard Wood Lumber Work a Snednliv.
nor l. my Tsispnons its, tf.
there hetweca and 0 p. as., or and foi
you will use
ht flour; h
sheville Millina Comnan.'a Ma. KI.IZABBTH OAKRY VANDRRHOOP u.....
flour is not only tbeliestbut thecheanest. J?? ofM.w York city. XfJl"""
New honse, newly furalahed, alt modern
I improramcnta, lara rooms, aood utile.
MRS. H. C. GOODB,
33 College at.
fOR A LB.
A An. aorrcll earrlaav hunt, in hii.
work, well pingle or donlilr, at
luneniani WIMIIIHI'K V'S BTARI.B,
every day, and the horse he has been
driving is blind and poor. The prosecu
tion charged him with overdtiving. He
was dismissed by 'Squire Israel on tech
A two horse team belonging to W. P,
Blanton became frightened at an electric
shrinks from self adulation." '
Attorney General Theo. P. Davidson
responded in a speech that told of much
of the unwritten history of the State. It
abounded in deeds of bravery and cour
age. While she has been criminally neg-
New Advertisement) To-Day,
T. C. Auith at Co. Iraaaiats.
ANttmua.ixn Grant's Pharmacy.
rOUMTH I A UK.
I.nsT This OAln.
WaNTsn Jaa. P. Sawyer.
Lawn Pastv RtraaM' Park.
t). R. W.TSna Real Ratat Aawit.
AsTimop.ipn Oranfs pharaaary.
I tUMMBR BOARUINO.
" . mrr now H1H.M wit mvmm tktr .mm.
I wr Doarorrs.
MRS), a. B.CHAMRRRLIN,
sayldlm ST Church strati
IpoR RUNT JULY 1ST.
. Photo Rallrry over taw's stor.,
I partment j commodious and easy of aeons.
rton aad printing d-
Thoroaah Instruction n Instrumental anrf
vocal mnalc (Iven by Mips WhiUock, UP
WuodAn stnet, Aahevllk, N. C.
Pin. Rosewood Piann Inm mmirn ihMn
a WoodHn stmt, A.bcvlll., N. C.
FITZPATRICK BROTHERS, -
Dealer in Wall Paper, WlndowShadeaandPatent Hangers),
Paints, Oils and VarnUbes, Masary's Mixed PalnU aad Colors. Window Olaaa. botk
Pnmch and Americas
W keep In stock at. Louis and Kentucky Lead.
Apply to BBARUBN. RANKIN A CO.,
SS South Mala etratt.
car on Court Place yesterday afternoon ligent in her own history, he said, she
and started down Patton aveuue at a has never failed to do her duty. Mr.
rapid speed. Tbe lines broke and the Davidson told of the action of the col
driver lost control of them. On reach- ony with regard to the stampmnster
Ima.W lf UlVWfinil St. . I... k.fj.M tUm rMMA..a HO....... ... .-I,
ran Into a wagon belonging to and of the declaration of Mhur: ot ht U""fM.i M0WC ""
driven by W. T. Bird from Swannanos. action of the convention of Halifax and ramtbu. I riiiL'l.''F2!ZZf mith A,l-
One of tat horses jumped into the wagon Hillsboro and of the State . being the Vh, . , , , . Un. or.0,pSeh"7.7'V.?TkS
Nicely funtl.had rooms.
70 CHRRTNUT ST.
A cohl pen, with pearl haadle, In a black
A whit. Hltk Mr M mv In. I... J
vmm aaw vj mpi an enaraes.
. .,. LYNCH JACKRON,
JONBY TO LOAN,
Fifteen Hundred Dollars (SIBmi) on. Ashe-
vine real estate, at etaht ner em l
Nn. V. L.mI lll.w.k .t . ,
janeandat ' '
' but ao on. was Injury. The horn was first to point out the delect. In tta
batf, cut o. the shoulder. constitution. Even in the fight at Port I Sil'.nTi 'rrSX,' n mik'S
n aad Torchon lac
iu to s at the
Mlaa atarv P 1. a. .
a. nrv rooma. mi tsaiMv umi
lor sale or rant
A WIND STORM
Majr Come and go, but we are Hero to Bell Goods) and are
Going: to Sell Them.
DID YOU HEAR WIFATT niint
We have Straw Hats 1 cent to 60 cents each. Splendid line of Shoe, cheaper thaa any
other bouse-m them. Nine and Tea Ouarter Rhlrtln by the cans. Prints, Gmchams,
e fte., at any price yon would ask them. Some all Silk Dress Goods IS cents ner vard.
Would say more but this will convince yon.
Asheville Dry Goods Co.,
J. 0. HOWBLL, Maaaftr.
At old staad, 1st door below Pcaauaaa A Co.'s Hardware Store.