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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 1, 1800.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
II. D. CHILD, Itusincss Manager.
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The Citiirn It the mmt extensively circu
lated and widely read newspaper In Wenteru
Its discussion of nubile men and measures
is in the interest or public integrity, huuest
government, and prosperous Inuustrv, and It
knows no personal allctfiavncviu trcat.nKlut
8tecimen copies of any till lion will be sent
i.w iu any one scnuinji iitvtr HUiiress.
Heading notices ten cents tier line. Obitu
ary, marriaKe and society notices titty cent
each (not exceeding ten lines) or fifty ccutf
NO RELIEF UNTIL THE MID
DLE OF JULY.
REASON WHY WE SHOULD
NOT HAVE SPRINKLERS.
Tl'USDAY, JULY 1,181)0.
THB DAILY CITIZKN
t "". t the following plucca ill Aahcvlllc:
vi I u.nn ur rit If.
HATTUK V I'AHK NHWS STAND.
lll.KN MOCK. NUWS 8TANII.
MllllKI. CIl'.AK S TllWK lull.m A v.-
J. CAKSO.VS MiWS STUKli, North Cuurl
PERTINENT AND PERSONAL
Nvwn Ahuul AMlievtllliwiM null ut
HI ran iters) Wllhln our liiiM,
Wm. II. Wills reircscnls Virginia (it llit
"eo. V. Siiiulirtti is at tliv C.lcu Nnek
limn Driivvr, Cl.
IMitllnu; die Illume Where II lie.
Ioiikm 1'lie Storm or Venter
lav Afternoon A Mlreet
It will be nearly two weeks ln-fure
Aslieville iwople can 1hk.' for relief from
the terrible ilust with which they nre
now lilU ictvd unless I'roviilenee slioulil
settle it by a rainl'all, The streets have
hcretolbie been sprinkled by Mr. I..
Swieeyooil, who had a sprinkler built
for the purpose. Mr. Swiicijoocl took
tile job anil received n revenue from the
lieople in front of whose places of busi
ness the sprinkling was done.
At the meeting of the Hoard of Alder
men held June I'll, they were notified that
Mr. Swieeood was about to sell the
sprinkler, lie offered to sell it to the
city for $11111, which was the price of
lireil by Mr. I'eaisou, but the board con
sidered thai to lie loo much for them
to nay for it and did not buy. At the
same uiccliiu; a committee was ;i
niiiuled to attend to the matter of llial
THE COMING CELEBRATION.
There were 7i an ivals at the pi ineip.il I jj. preparations for some more sprink
A. 1. Smith, ol I linrlcslon, N. C. is al
the C.iand Central.
Thus. C. Wall represents ChaUni""j;
at the Swannanoa.
Tbe iHilicemcu were paid lluir ininitlih
salary this nioriiini;,
Miss Millie llowau, of Jacksonville
is at the 1'ilcii Knek.
win. l arrar, ol Koaimke, a., is regis
tered at the I'ili n Keek.
.Mrs. I.. I.. I.auriu ls.it the I. Kin. I Cell
tral from Hm-luster, X. V.
W. S. Withrrspoou and w ile, nf Hi
1mm, are at the Swaiiiiauoa.
II. I'. Mears, jr., represents Wilniinj;
ton, N. C, at the Swaunanna.
(I. I'. Mmitat'iie. of 1 'hil.-i.lclj tii.-i
rejjislered al the P.attcry I'ark.
Mephcii I. Carter anil .Mrs. I.. I arler
arc at the S vaiinauoa from New York.
Alderman Leonard h.isaoneto Hickorv
on business, lie will lie absent a week
Mrs. J. A. Hamilton anil Missiicrti tide
Ittuus are at the t'.raiid Central Inun
Ilrick lavuii; lietween the street ear
rails on South Main street has reached
the si pure
Col. I'.W. McMaster, mayor of Cidiim
bia, S. C, is in the city fur a day nr two.
lie is at the Swauiiaiinii.
The Woman's I iiiild of Trinity Parish
will meet in the Suntlav school room on
Wednesday afternoon at ." p. in
W. T. I'eiinimail is the principal
sieaker at the Lyceum lo-niht. "Ashe
villi- of the I'liture," is the subject for dis
Kcistcr M.iekey is busy to-day send
ini; out the blanks for merchants' pur
chase returns lor the fiscal year just
lers. The committee was composed ol
Aldermen I'lilliaul, Leonard and Me
I'oivell. These cntli'incn have con
tiacliil lor two two-horse sp-inklers, to
lie built b Mr. Swiccyood, and thev arc
to In' done bv Saliird.iv, ulv 11'.
In the meantime the ieijile of this lit v
will sillier from the dust.
Yesterday afternoon at i.'.W (I terrible
dust Sturm rayed over the entire city. A
simmr wind arose ami seattercil tin
dust in all directions, until there was
el.nid of it ovcrhaumin: the place. I m
South Main street it was almost nil
In-arable. The sand that has Ihcii put
in the sin lace ol I lie liruk paving was
whirled around anil the sensations
caused by having it strike one in the fait
were bv no means pleasant. An electric
ar was actually stopped just In-low
l'aylc sireit. for the reason that the
tuolorniau was unable to attend to it
properly on account ol tlic dust.
As the Hoard of Aldermen were uoti
lied a lotiy lime ayo bv Mr. Swiceyood
't his inleutioti to sell the sprinkler and
liccausc they did not pay the least at
tention to it or take steps for the pur
chase of more, it is not the least bit dilli-
-lit to place the blame where it In-louys.
More than that, complaints of the dust
have Inen made continually lor the last
two weeks, a uninUr of visitors lire
known to have left the eitv because of it.
and the committee appointed by On
board did absolutely iioihiuy until last
rhursdav when thev did find time to or-
Jcr the sprinklers made.
"If 1 were the judye of a court," said a
prominent citieu lust tuylit, "and a
suit ayainst the city for damaycloyoods
by dust were broiiyht by a merchant, I
should yive the plaintiff a verdict with
out u ipicslion."
Nol t lllll July I J.
Acting Siiicrvisor Morris has Ihcii
A mad doy ihouylil to U- the one that yiveu iei mission by Stijicrintcndciit l'or-
first apn-areil here and bit the other
dous was killed Sunday, six miles from
the city, on Hominy.
Marriuyc licenses have Ihcii issued ti
A. It. Kiny. ayed L'.. and Nevada MiLu
lire, nyed l,nnd II. W. Caylc, ayed
and Alice llradlcy, ayed I'i.
Minnie Youny, the six uionlhs oldchild
ol'iiii oiK-rator in the lirahiiui Cotton
Factory, died of measles al his home
the western part of the city yesterday,
Marslon Zouave band, of Atlanta, and
Hull's band, of this city, will furnish
music at Hon. Richmond Pearson's
Fourth of July celebration ut Kiehmoud
The workmen cnyayed inteariny down
the old Milliard biiihliuy on South Main
street to-day undermined the fouiidn'
lions of the sonlli wall, eaiisiny it to fall.
No ilainnye was done.
John I 'hei'insler, the boy w ho was dr
ier to extend the time lot lakiny the cen
sus in Aslicvillc as lotiy as is necessary to
complete the work. Mr. Morris is deter
mined thai Aslicvillc shall have a lair
and sipiare count. He was seen yester
day and asked why it took so much
loiiycr to make the enumeration here
than in other places. Thai the force ol
enumerators was nol larye euoiiyh was
yiveu as the reason. Hesaid that il was
thoiiyht at first that two men could do
the work in the allotted time. Il will
probably lie liuished some lime this
QUITE RIGHT AND PROPER
What will be none al Itlcliiuoutl
Hill July 4.
Mr. Richmond Pearson's Fourth of
July celebration promises to lie a yrand
a Hair. He has made arrangements with
the Richmond and Pauville railroad to fur
nish two n'cial trains to run from the
depot, in this city, to Lake Marjoric.
These trains will be for the neeommoda
tion of the public and no fares will be
collected, lie has also nrruiiyed with
the Aslicvillc Street Railway company
to hire their entire system between the
hours of i and H.80 o'clock p. i.i., and
will in this way furnish complete trans
portation to his place free to all.
The cars will make seyular trips on
nil lines, with the exception of the Pat
tou avenue line, on which extra cars will
be placed. The first train for Lake Mar-
jorie will leave the depot at 4.40 p.
and the next at 5.20. These trains w
stop at the old depot also and passcii
ycrs may yo down on the Puttou avenue
line to take the train. The train return
iny will leave the lake ill H.II0 and reac
Aslicvillc in a few minutes.
Mai stem's Xouave Hand, of Atlanta
will arrive here at iilue o'clock on the
nioriiitn; of the I th, on a special train
The music for tbe day will be fmuishe
by il and Hull's baud of this city. The
Atlanta Hand contains is pieces, and
look the premium at the Piedmont Fpo
sitioil held ill Atlanta ill ISS'I, lliow
.V biiidscy, photoyraphers, will hcouthi
yroiiiids with cameras, ami will laki
views of the crowd. These pictures w
lie liuished up, and all those present c
obtain them as souvenirs, free of charyc.
The crowd will lie kepi in order by a force
ol mounted marshals composed of tin
followiny citizens: ). I.. Reynolds, N
Reynolds, W. S. Kay, N. T. Chamber
and A. II. Itaird. They will Ik- leyally
empowered to keep order.
Six hundred men will lie (it work on
Lake Shore avenue ni.d will make one
mile ol it ready for travel in one hour.
WILL CLOSE ATSEVEN.
My Send your Hoots nnd Shoes to Ful
en wider Hros. to lie repaired by Thomas
W. Norvill. Workmanship yuarnutccd
ami nest material used.
BALLARD, RICH & BOYCE,
NEW CHINA STORE
The Cli-rkn la lime u llollilny
Wc the iiudcrsiyned ayrce to close oiii
I stores on July I-lor the pui'Hse of yiv
iuy our employes the adviiiitaye of the
leyal holiday :
Hostic llros. - Wriylil, J. (I. Howell
nsleilforthrowinylhepiiucof ylass ill umnayer Aslicvillc )rv C.ood companv
John Murrell, wns tncil liy I lie mayot jCHHt. K. Starnes. 1. C. Moore. II. Kid
yesterday aflernoon. lie was made lo wood ,: Co., I'. P. Miinnauyh, S. K
pay the injured Niy ."il cents and was Cheilcsler .V- Son, llrown - Ibidyer
dismtssi'O. llrown .S: Thrash. Tailor. Houis ."i
Key. I'r. C. I'urhaiii. of Kaleiyh, Cor. I llroilierton, Weaver iS: Myers, I', I
Stvn-tnrr of the Haptisl Stale Convru-1 Milchcll, I'lilenwider .S: llro.. I.ipiusky
lion, will preach al French llroad Hap I Lllii k, A. Whitloek, I'.ravcs S: Tlirash
list church next Sunday al II a, in. Ilallard, Rich V lloycc, I., Ldwanls, ('.
Key, tU'oryc II. Hell, of the Lpiscopal A. Mears, Adolph Whitloek, Heardcn
church, will preach ul H.;iil p. m. Kankiu .V Co.
Street Suicrinlcndcnt Murray says lie I i- t-il I'roni Hie Tlilrd Mlury
will sprinkle tlic streets aroniul the Pcler Stroud, a ueuro wns nut in the
Kpuirc Willi the hose is oltin as the wa- ot., ,, Saturday niyht for lieiiiL' on n
UT supply will iwrniit until the new drunk. Huritmlhc niuhl he utleiiioled
sprinklers are rendy. He complains of n t Csiie from the third flour, nnd fell
scarcity ol water eausel l.y the KreaUli- frm ilt. wi,w to the jfround. His
miiml ill this hot weather. riuht ankle was broken nnd he received
III the Mayor's court this nmrniiuc. nevcre internal injuries. Dr. HurrouKhs,
Andrew Mnlilcr nnd his wife were tried attended him. snys he is very sen
ior ciiunyiiiK ill (i lainily jar. Andrew ously iniiireil but he docs not think il
wns fined f. limit his spouse $.1. I'riitik will rrmilt latnlly. The mini win taken
Turner, colonel, wns inthcr rouyh in his to his home in the western purl ol Hie
treatment to Mrs. Clara lienver on the --Hy.
street, nnd pulup JHIIor lusapH'iiraiicc. Home Iciihim Kelurnn,
lie was not present ami ms iiouii was , il, Ionian, who took tile census In
forfeited. I Swiiiiiinnoa township reports that he
found nine imirs of twins in his rouiuli
iM-ene, -ri.,. .nln..,t ,,ir wciyhed thirtv-cLdil
Liuirn I'ilkic wns oi rested in the rcnr ,m,- nnd the Inrucst (UN. The hitler
of Clinmnem fti vtcuvers simnc last w-re C.eorue W. nnd R. II. Yoimu. Mr.
niyht for Ikiiijj drunk nnd disorderly on inr(ml mndchiBreiiorttothesiiiwrvisor
the street. She created a most disgrace- ,)mcc t,j niorniiiirnmt It wns hiuhlv
fill scene ami in front of Heardcn & Run- complinientcU by Mr. Morris for its thoi-
kin t store sue uroppen to tue iiiicwiiik I uuuliiicss,
nnil cuuiu not ut moved, ladies and
gentlemen who were pnssiiiR at the time
were forced to listen to her profane Inn'
Iteulh of MrM. AuderHou.
Mrs. K. A. Anderson died nt her home
on Heardcn nvenue yesterday nfternoon
Kunge until a Urny could be called. She s,e wni )mlt 4 ycan l)(uaCi n(Icnm);
was taken to the calaboose but Inter In
here from Viryiuia several months ntfo.
theeyenlnKBavc$5 for her nPlfammc The rcmnins will Ik Interred nt the River
and was turned out.
I side cemetery.
HTSpcclat prices to hotels and honrd-l tT'Lndirs call nnd see the Roynl Pink
Ing houses in all lines ut lirown & I Tcplitx glass at llrown Ac Thrnsh's new
Thrash ' under new opera house. I china store under new opera house.
I'iiIIoii Avenue MereliiiulH lo Try
u New IMiiii.
Mr. J. II. Weaver, of the linn of We
ver iN: Myers, is one of the chief movers
in the matter of closing at 7 o'clock, and
licyiuiiiny to-niyl t, their store will Ik
closed at 7 o'clock cvei y niyht exix-pl
Saturday, duriiiy July, Aiiyust and Se
iciiiIkt. Mr. Weaver has obtained the
signatures of a niimlicr of the Icadiny
merchants, to the agreement mid it will
lie tried to niyht for the first time. The
followiny is the uyrccmcnt with the
names of the signers:
Wc ihc undersigned merchants do ng ret
ain! hereby bind ourselves to close our
stores at 7 o'clock p. in. during the
months of July, August and September
.-.aiuruays excepted, ami try to work U(
a general sentiment on the subject. If
however, our apin-al to the merchants
docs not meet with approved success
this obligation shall lie void after July
II. Redwood Co., Weaver it Mvcrs,
Fulciiwidcr .V Hros., F. li. Mitchell,
llrown iV Thrash, Tavlor, Bonis -
Hrothcrton, lllair .V llrown, W. II. Wil
liaiuson ,S: Co., Hostic Hrus. .S: Wright
J. II. Law, Heardcn, Rankin ,V Co., S. R
Mr. Weaver savs that those whose
names apnar will close duriug the sum
mcr without regard to what others do,
with the exception ol II. Redwood K: Co
who say unless il is general thev ca I
For the gentlemen of the chorus
Patience al the Carolina club rooms nt
..'!. All arc rcii nested to attend.
W. II. Martin runs a barber shop on
South Main street, and when the tax
collector apin-arcdlogct his siccial license
tax of $10, Martin refused to pay. lie
has Ik-cii arrested and will bv tried by the
Mayor to-morrow morning.
IMfiuovrHtlc Judicial Convention
A contention of the democratic partv
ol the Twelfth iudicial district is hereby
called to assemble a' the court house in
llrysou City, North Cnrolimi. on Thurs
day July 'J Hh, IMiiii, for the purHise ol
noimiiatiug a candidate for the ollice ol
solicitor ol said (list net.
The deniiK'raticexi-eulive eiiiumiltnsof
the several counties eoniiMisiiiL' said dis
tricl nre reipiesled to call conventions in
their resHxtive counties for the purHisc
o, vi..-iing oviignicB io siini jiiiiieiai con1
ycntion. Hv order of the dcmocralii- ex.
ivuliyccomuiiltiv ol the Twelfth judicial
district. K. II. lill.Ml k,
Wayiicsville, N. C, June, lM'.m,
W An elegant line of decora led toilel
st-ls in porcelain and china, cheap, at
lirown .v i nrasn s.
Set your dining table tastefully and
liiinils i-lv. It coiivers n strong mi'
iiressioll orreliucmeul nnd clcuaucc. liv
cry reoiiisitc for this, in china, glass, nil
ver, cutlery, etc., as well as n large and
choice stock ol ornamental goods, nt Ii7,
!) nnd 111 . .Mam sirivt, Aslicvillc.
J, II, Law.
W"Aii Art Hisplav will lie om-ned tin
Icr the charge ol Mrs. M. A. Anderson
to-morrow at the office of the Singer
.Maniilaeliiriny Co.,U.' South Main street.
Invitations will lie sent to the ladies of
the town. All Indies arc cordially invited
lo intend. ,
A Had Railroad Wreck
occurred several days ago on one ol our
most iniHrtant trunk lines. Nolxiily
hurt bin nil tlic baggage except the
Roller-Tray Trunks wns smashed up.
Iluv one. Sold by dealers. Made bv II.
W. Kouiidtrec He Hros., Richmond, V'n.
A New Road lo Hllmi.
If you are wise nnd wish to Ix-comc
henllhy nnd wealthy also, you will use
Roller King or lilectrlc Light flour! lie-
cause the Aslicvillc Milling Company's
Hour is not only tneocst out tncclicnncst,
New AdTcrtlacinciiU To-Day.
KCOND I AUK.
Tl.TT'S I.IVKH I'll.l.S.
Km Omivks Rustic Urns, tt Wright.
DoiMii.AS' Hiiiix Weaver Ik Mytrn.
I'ns Mai.k on Kciuns T, w. Msrr.
Fsss to AI.L llco. Thompson ft Hons.
Uhivhssity or N. C Hon. KimpP, Usttlc.
Wo l(sil'P to Will till' lltU'll-
tion of the people of Aslie
villi ami Western North I'.ir
oliim, to our liirj'e nnil well
seloeted stock of Crockery,
Mouse 1( 1 1 i n isl i m (iooils
Cutlery, Stoves, Tin wnre.&c
which we are offering: nt ver
low prices. It is our tiim t
lie lenders in this class
(iooiIs, iiml ask you to assist
us in iloino'so by jiving us
a share of your patronagi
Our stock is new ami our
prices the lowest. A few
I la vila ml & Co., C. I'. I lav
1 til leeway's Idiot's plain
ami (Icciuateil I'orcelain.
Ui'.val Iron Stone, C. (
Uare, leilow anil liockin''
ham uare, liaiuilroii lea
to tiii: nrii.Dious.
e also carry on in con
nection with our store a nen
eral Tiiiuin' ami l'liniiliiii'
Inisiness. All work done
proniitly and satisfactorily
A car load of Terra Cotta
Sewer and Stove I'ipe just
roceiYed. We aire still selling
our Hardware at cost
must In sold.
ItKOWN A Til HASH,
1 1 I'aitton Avenui
Under )per,i House.
Slovcs and Tinware.
PLUMBING, GAS AND STEAM FITTING, SLATE
AND TIN ROOFING.
PAINTS mill OILS.
NUvIv lunilnluil nminx.
jiini-2tdVl 7'.i C lli;STM T HT.
?OK 8A 1.11 UK iiNCllANf.li.
Our w t Hi ilith r' tt.u vt tMiHi dia trilnnl-n
Will t'Xt'hnnui lur IuiiiIht. nru-k, hmclittld
luiniiiire utrc ur iiiiumiix Hint I tan um.
julyld w 'AH hhori Ht.
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA.
THE FALL TERM OPENS SEPT. 4.
I'niir rrtfulur vnuroci nf Hiudy, Clinli'ftl,
hilitKiiiiiMt ril, l.Hiriirv, Niinlitu-,
Kmi'liil cuiiroto in flu imtrv. Civil ntid
HUt inc liimiiiittMiii. riMriuatw. und ollu-r
St it..rntc cihmi1 or l.nw find Midli-hir.
whom? Ptiid' tiiN 11 1 ii. v iiiu-tid thv rniviTitil
HON. KliMI' IV HATTI.Ii, I.I.H.,
I'r -ill. nt. CluiK1 Hill, N. C.
VAU AiUil wnrmntr.l, m4 frrr nlr
mmm mtm mmwmwr mmw pnrp l mr mm
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE OENTLEMtN.
Fin Cii If m4 l.m4 Wmfrmmf Ouli.
Thf trfllrtira knrl wnrln nnallllMnf Itili ahn
pannot fsfllff liioWD I"D nf in Mronn uauTM'
Miuiii oi iii iwiuMUUi or cuniisnt wrarrr.
S00 (lnulnr llniirlHif1 w4t mn rlriint ftm
tllh iIpubsi Hhiyi ahlnh nnnimuiiili llll
A&Q Ifiind-fawrij Wlt. A fln rail mbo
"V uuroiiAlliil for atrlm knrl durability.
Jndrrar Wrli U tba laudard drttf
Nhiui at a rsr miliar nrloa.
-M Fallrpmmi'a Hhm laMpwlBllr IdipM
w for rsilmail mnn, tmrmr-rn, afo.
ah mma in Coour, iiuiu ana uuw.
$3 & $2 SHOES lafo,29
itAva bat-n mmt favorably rrrlwl alna intrndtmn
and the twfnt Impmvamrnu rnaka Itoem uprkf
ii iiipar pn
poftal for order blanka.
o any ahiwa anld a( thaw pri
dlrrrt to fartnry anrloalu adTtrtlaad prica,
f rannnl tnpplf yon in4
L. UOVUHt, Brsoktss, Msm.
I'OK HAI.B DY
WEAVEH & MVERS,
TYLER DESKt-200 New Style.
1LIS, CHAIRS, IOOK0ASU, ..,t S.im4 kttm
tn. IpMlal DiwMaU, 0ulfi for law aw raa,
ISO pas m, Illuitratad. Boa frani raatan 10a.
TYLER BANK COUNTERS.
IIM..IIM to. M,W, !, mt Mm, ISaMrawS k Mot
frtH wtk 91 krM llftfain. Sl 9ri rMlaj. II Ma.
ITUR UU CO.,
I. tOtIi, MO., D.I.A.
THE PASTEUR FILTER,
IN A I.I. SIZliS I'lIK I'AMII.Y
AMI llll'l lil. I'SI
liuariiiilcccl l be ucrm I'rwul,
A I.I. SIKK Klil'T IN KTlil'K.
ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1890.
TERMS STRICTLY CASH WITH ORDER
In iimntitlcH tint lettM Hum one Inn nt factory
In tiiuitititiea mil li'NW Ulan one liiill'lnll al I'aelory.,
IKMl pouiiilH, mi liekelH, lo imiuiiiIk eaill
7MI 1!M " an " "
7.-10 " m " no "
tuno ' in " um "
.-toe. iH-r humlml.
No lei- will lie tli'llvm-cil wllhout c-.ii.li ur tlekela. Tleketa now on Hale at the ollice or the
Aslicvillc Ice & Coal Company.
Telephone No. 36 and 40. No. 30 Patton Avenue.
JEIXICO COAL AT RETAIL.
For (irate, . S3.00.ll For Stoves, ... 4.30.
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
I'oraalcut Wlioleaale mid Ketnll by .
ASIIEVILLE ICE AND COAL COMPANY,
Telephone 36 and 40.
ISxelualve Aueuts ( Uoiiieatle mill Sleaml lor Western North Carolina.
Hold, Silver, Ivory, Oiik.t.lH ami Cum I it
nation MnitlilitlKM. AIko Room MoiiIiIImkh.
I'ii (iirm Matted, Mounted mid I'ritiiui
lowvNt pruvaanil work Kuaranteetl. l-nrav
inK, ralntiiiKft iid 1. thill Vicw hIwuvh on
aa H. Main St., Atdicvllle
anr In il
LIME! LIME! LIME
A CAR LOAD OF
V R li SH - L I M 1
In Bulk or
Ofllee No. 30 ration Avenue
tiii.ui'ihinh mi. 40.
VVareliouac at lcHit.
I'. . Hot .1:14
C. E. MOODY.
3S ANIIIiVILLH 35
Money nilvnnml on Wiilehes, IHiunoiitl
nnil vurloua other artleles.
,13 Norm inaiii mrcet. 35
An netlvr man forrnrli aretlon. Ralnrv tTft
to iiM, 10 loeiiHy n iin-wnt n auetTMini N
1 . . oniiuiiiv incoriHirnini to Niitiiiiy prv
ooin, c loiiiinu, Mi iiea, lewrlrv. rtt.. lo roil
Aiitnera nt eoat. AImi a f.nilv of lai-l. tuilnrt
Mt. to enroll meiiilH'in (ho.imhi now enrolled
tiuil B.iHi,iHiM (uilil int. Kifvrt'm-rw evehauu
d. Itmpirr Co-Oirrntlvv AaaafK-lntitMi, tend
ll well tateUI I-mk to Hill, N. V.
jiinw 11 1 v 1 u.
THURSDAY - - - ILLY iKI)
FOR BENEFIT OF THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH.
The Anlicvllle llwiid will Furnlnli
MuMlc UurltiK thai ICvcillllu.
tOMIS ONK, CODII ALI.
I 1 mi:k to all. i
H1111I ror our t'lllHlouiirol llullm. Win.'..
I AUo our tliu-lv llliitlrul..,! Mi..l,,ur
.1 o.r nir,n( Ol in will IH- Will 1
;o llir .iiiiie ml'in w. T
lllll I. TIIOXII'MIN K, HllNH
T Junr.'llNllw l.oiil.vlllr. k y.
Htn.MICK ART NCHOOL,
.llllv nnil Auutl.l llt.'rnetlon In tlriiwhx.
mm iHiioiinu ntiin nnitin- nnillllr. Illllillo nt
Anrvnir i.oiirKr. I'or Inliirinnllon mini
mrrr iK-twnn nml n i, m or srnil lot
MMS. lil-IZA IIHTII (IAKIIV VANIlKMMlllll'
junrii.toim in ni-w vors Lllv
Iftr nrr now nrrimrril wlih fimiim. A,r .u,...
mrr ihintii. ra.
MMH It. II CIIAMIIHKI.IN,
or kimfx-n street
To lonn on jiootl aceurll
no, I l
PIIK MIINTJUI.V 1ST.
rhoto snllfrv ovrr I.hw's aton. Hm,.m
rnirni aayiiKni: iinnora nnil iirlnllnu ilr.
inrtmrnt;eommntlloiia nnil rn.y or niiTaa
In nilAKIUlN, NANKIN Al I'll,,
unt'4ltf OR South Main alrcel.
ThorouBh Inalnietlon In In.lrumrnlnl nml
rocsl niu.le ilvn li Mla WhllliH-k, UU
WmiriSn slrrrt, Aahrvlllc, N, L'.
Pint Roarwnoit Plnnn for aala rh... ni
tin W.mrtfln ilmt, Aahi-vlll., N. C.
Mlaa M.rv C. ttavnnlrfa. tt at A.....,iH-
rmnna, la rrnrr
St haf rooma. A
ror ask or rrnt.
ny lo mrlvr pupils In liolsny
0(1 Uallry stmt. Tist book.
.UWI8 MAUIll X, I'rea L. I'. Mcl.Ol'U, Vlit-l'res. . B. RANKIN, Ca;.lilr
IIIKHCTUHSI-Ixwla Maililiix, M.J. Ilenriliii, M.J. Fiibk, J. B. Kunkln. I. B. Kuv. I. U. Herd
r). II. Keeil, l.eo. S. I'ouell. C. M. Mel,oud.
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, -
llriiuulii'il May 1st, 1KMM.
CAPITAL, .SSOaOOO.SURPLUS, 815,000
(slate, County and City Uepoitllory.
lima u lieainil llaiiklim IIiimIiiihm. Ilepoalu neeiviil. lixehaiiKt' liounht sml aolil. Col-U-t-liiiiiH
inaile on all lui-eaNililt- iiiinti,. 1'lit- Saving IViituri- nlll reeeive aK-elnl uttrntion.
iiiiiiII auin. in llila ili'iiartiueni, ili iuaite,l lor lour iiiuiiiiia or loiiKir, inlireal at the rati
ol'4 iM'rivnl. K-r miiiiiia will Ih iaid.
SiH-t'ial iillinil.nl si veil to Iuuiik on real ehtate, whieli will be iilnetil (ur Ioiik time on real
t)ien Ironi U a. hi. to :i p. in. tin Satunlaya the Savinit lleiartniiiit will lH-oK'ntlll II p.m.
Ian 1 il I y
UNI! Ol' TUB
Iii llio Smith.
Service mid tiihle l-'intl
u"i . iK ,v -Ji-V AHl'-.A. JvShi
Vl fli-'',;.t4'i'i -ii-.J . 'ssJSsS
WALK I'KUM TIIU
o.K I lie iluor every lo
l-'or terms uilitreaa
II. J. GRKENAVELL, Proprietor.
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
ai7 Haywood Street.
All WATFK THOKOIU1ILV I II.Ti:Ki:i on the ITeuilHeit.
Twenty-live yeara ol urnetieftl caiwrirncr. eonililncd with i-hnsiinai. intention lo nil ilf
tnila ur the liuaineaa anil iK-rlivt arrauisemiuta lor CkH.lM.lNKa und I'l'SlTV or all iiomla
iiiiiiiuriietiireil. enalilc ihc pr.ipr itur to pn-Min to hl uiiim roua patroaa a u rlor class ul
CnrlHinnteil llevrraKea, M
Ylcliy unci Seltzer Water in Siphons.
tllmier Ale nnl all Ihr riirl.iu llnv..m or niA WATIiH naily lor ahipuirnt ami ilrllnrru
Ircr in City limit.. Hut of town onlira must have hki.'onsiiii.k relcnnec.
C. M. CARIPIIIiLL.
ONLY EIGHT MILES FROM ASHEVILLE ON THE A, & S. RAILROAO.
A HOME IN -
Alovily liulliliui: lot niil.-,ilfii t IS shmlv Knivr hv
tllv llmsl mini nil spriu,:a in the South al Hl toSloil.
A ipilel lilaiv, hluh, ilrv, line lit ami K""l ani-lilv
I'lait' Will Imil oil with wiile almta-nll nialll liviliu.s
lOO r Willi'. TWO io.nl II. W h.llvls, ili pot, ilnily
mails, lie. hkvlioul S.ruiK las new anil popular re
sort nml ImiiiuiI lo yriiw. Iiuy now lur u eottasi ur
us an invi atiin-ilt.
limns leave Asheiillc ul U.luu. in. and ntuni at 7
p. III. J.', ivnls.
M.I I iHlin
OTIS A. MILLElt,
Kit) laud P. O., N. C.
AND COTI ACES,
SKVI.ANII mini:kal, sphincm, n. v.
liljtht MileM Houth of Anlievllle, on the A. & H. KallroHd.
New holela. new eotliiKia, new luruiluiv, Uaulllul itrovra.neut tellliln anil eruouet Inwu..
48 MINERAL SPRINGS.
While Kulphur. Aliiui. Miiumsia, Iron ami lip.0111, Th.nwwikinu health nml i.lia.m. ,i.i
Mlrel aiHHIy will not lull In a ia.ll Ill's pkusaiil usort mill drink uf lis heullnii watela.
Anhvvlllc, N. C.
Manuiaelurcrs and Ui.lcra in all klnda ul lircaanl
L UM1I1! u,
Near Paiwcuit-er Dcppf.
Door, NiimIi, lllindM, niouldlnit-M, Htalrwork, nauteU, Bank
and Mar Fixtures), and all kind of Building: Material.
Hard Wood Lumber Work a Specialty.
i eii'iiiiuiii no, t.
no 14 illy
Oealcmlu Wall Paper, Wliulow8lialenntidPMleutHnBirii,
'Hints, Oils and Varnl.lu-s. Mnaury's Ml.nl Paliita aud Colors. Wliiilow ulnaa. butr
l'niieli and Americas
Wr kri In slm k Kt. Louis and Kentucky l.rnit.
A WIND STORM
Way Come and ro, but wc arc Here to Sell Goods and arc
UoIiik to Hell Them.
DID YOU HEAR WHAT WE SAID?
Wt hiirr Htruw Hat I cent tn (III mil. tueh. Mplcmlld lint of Hhon ehi njicr than any
other huiis sm tin in. Muc and Tin OmirU-r Hhlrtln by the nisc. I'rinls, 0lnghi
Ike., nt nf iirlm you would ask lli.ai. Hume nil Hllk lin.s llnuil. 1(1 wt. (r., y.
nouin say more out tint will convince you.
AhIicvUIc Dry Goods Co.,
J. O. IIOWKI.L, Manacsr.
At old stand, 1st door Uluw 1'iuolmun a Co.'s Hardware BtutV,
.'i v.- .i ."e