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ASIIEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 8, 1800.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
II. D. CHILD, Busincsa Manager.
Tn Bailt Cirrus will be pnbllahed every
SltoSSSJSf wpt ?UBda ' the fall.wlns
81s Month!!!'""" 6.00
Three Month. "'
One Month 1-B0
One Week " 80
criuer., and mSflei .n.lhi;!J, to"r.ub
eall.ttkeOrSSn "ffl""" k wm ""
transient d.V.i..T. - V"" All
Vance. ... mm oe paid m a.
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lie inue.. Uenceto treating pub.
THURSDAY, JULY 3. 1800.
H DAILY CITISKM!
CITUBN OKPI?"l?W'I, "" Anhcvllle,
J. CAKm.V"""" Ave.;
Yo SI OKB, North Court
Hunt, arc at
PERTINENT AND PERSONAL
H. NnevmiMUN and ol
Ithlu Our UateN,
t ii r
... . ymmuiiii: is al the (Jk-n Koek
ium v-oiunibiu, S. C,
Iiilwnrd A. Yorke is at the
ai k irom ttatoii NoiiKe, ..
I- II. IViiyser and C. II. Jones of Kieli
"nil, Vu., arc at the Hatterv I'ark.
Ki-hcuc Hook unj I.ni,cr c,nlnv
will I'anule to-morrow moriiing at !)
T.. . . .
-"""win-inKjuiy.i,tm. will be
'i.nK the Hoard of Aldermen nt
r. I. T. Millard lost u valual.le mare
t ins .Homing. Slc ,d dead while lieinK
Col. C,eore M. A.l.nns, one a member
ftiiKrcH. from Kentucky. is at the
Mr. ami Mrs. I'urdu.n. ftoni the far
a nay nesteni Stale of Monti
me l.lcn Koek.
J. K. Cariiter. K. U. Whiteside and
w. II. Whisnant are nltheCrand Central
from l'eseiul.X. C.
The name of the Asheville Methodist
liaxlHrmchaiiKedto the Western .North
Ili Tom Wilson, the lumouslieui hunt
er ol Mount Mitchell, is at the Ilattery
I'ark to-day, the f-ucst of Col. Coxe.
K. I. Heaman and wife represent Flori
da mnom; .vesta-tiny', arrivals nt the
fraud tcntral. Their home is in St. An
in me Mayors court this rniiu:
.n kiirsou, colored, was made t.
(...y uiic miliar costs for an assault on
Tl. r....i i. ...
........,,, .irmy i ost recently oran-
u nerc will iw mustered in on the Oth
"'.v Col. M. C. Williams, of the First
.Mrs. v.. w. Clark and the Misses
Uark. ol CoviiiKloii, Mr. ami Mrs. K. 0
.Misses Kosa and Carrie Clark
ol Komc, (,u ure K"ests of the Ilattery
WHAT WILL BE DONE
MILE OF ROAD IN
I nc electric cars were lied up for nliout
our Hours ycsUTday afternoon. The
liKlitimiK burnt out an armature nt the
iwwer house, and a new one had to be KCIK'ro" arrangements are made for the
Tlie Iroiruiu aa Arranged for Mr,
Pearoou'a Novel Celebration
The great demonstration at Moutford
Park to-morrow promises to be in every
way worthy of the place where it is to
be given, of the Asheville Loan, Con
struction and Improvement Company,
under whose auspices it is held and of
Mr. Richmond I'earsoii by whom it is
K'iven, and whose wonderful executive
ability, as exemplified in his recent sale,
ensures a complete success. The program
for the day has already been outlined in
Tub Citizen; but for the convenience of
those who are goiiiK, and everyone will
be there, the following is the order of the
celebration, if it muy be so termed :
The Street Kailway Company will run
free cars from the sipmrc to the depot at
lour o'clock at which time n procession
of six ears headed lv the band will lead the
way. Two trains will run over the West
ern North Carolina railroad, one leaving
at .40 and the other at fl.Iln. These
truing, like everything else, will be free.
Hotu of them will stop at the old depot
lor the convenience of those coining by
the 1'atton avenue Hue.
The trains will stop at tin1 (hvcubv
trestle, the nearest point on the railroad
o Lake Marjorie. There the crowd will
lie met by the marshals, who will have
absolute control during the afternoon in
preserving order and in directing the
movements of those present. Col. A. II.
Ilaird us chief marshal will be assisted
by U. L. Reynolds, X. A. Reynolds, X. T.
Chambers and W. P. Kuv.
Dp Owenby Hill, about "0 feet from
the trestle, the Asheville Hand, under Mr.
Hull, will be stationed. It is an attrac-
ion that will nt once draw everyone in
that direction. From there the crowd
will lie requested to go to Xaulaliala
Hill, the "figure eight" drive, where a
photograph will lie taken. The final
round up" will lie on Richmond Hill at
the wind mill, where those who have
driven out in carriages will Iw gathered
ind where Marstou's Zounvc Hand, ol
Atlanta, will play during the afternoon.
Then will begin the great event of the
day. Due thousand men will grade in one
hour, a half mile of road on cither side ol
Lake Marjorie; in all a mile of road com
pleting the great drive of four and a quar
ter miles embracing the whole of Mont
This drive, leaving the bridge, turns di
rectly down the river and following its
windings forms the connecting link lw
twecn the old Kichmond Hill drive, ami
the Lake Shore drive. It makes a new
drive ojien to the public e of the most
beautiful alsiut Asheville.
The closing scene of the Pearson sale,
was one that few will lorget ; but this
promises to lar exceed lhat. ( Inc thou
sand men at work in full sight of the as
sembled 8s.vtators is a sight rarely il
ever seen. The site for the lake and the
work already done in its construction
will lie readily seen from the hill. Most
They are Celling aIoiik well.
From private letters received from Mr.
Geo. K. bumpers it is learned that the
two mad dog patients Scott and Corwn
ing arc doing nicely at Gibier's institu
tion in New York. On Sunday writes
Mr. Sumpcrs: Scott got his second in
oculation and Tom Iiib first. The former
takes his treatment easy but the latter
hud to be treated by force, more out of
fear than anything else. They will k
treated ench day at 2 o'clock.
Dr. Giliicr repeats his assertion that
the animal was surely mud, but slates
inai incv are nowlulcascs and that they
will no doubt come out all right.
A Camping Parly.
A Mirty of young ladies nnd gentlemen
leave to-morrow for n six days trip to
Hald mountain. Mr. nnd Mrs. Fitch
Taylor will act as chaiwroncs. The
names of those who will go are as fol
lows: E. M, Bcnrdcn, 15. C. Sawyer. W.
E. Rollins, T. S. Rollins, J. K. S. Ray, C.
A. Webb, W. lohiiston, jr., F. S. Smith,
W. J. Cocke nnd W. J. Weaver, and M isses
Williams, Ledbcttcr. Guduer. Rollins.
Crawford, Nelson, Smith, Davidson and
One Million Dollar rrolll.
A cablegram from London announces
that the Okelcnokeo swnmp in Georgia
mil Honda has liecn sold to mi F.uglish
syndicate. Col. Frank Coxc.of this city,
and Gen. I. M. H. young purchased the
projicrty, containing 1,500,(1011, acres n
short time ago for 2(i cents an acre, and
it was sold by them for $1 mi acre, n
prulil of more than one million of dollars.
tttT'An elegant hue of decorated toilet
sets in porcelain and chinn, cheap, at
u row n & i iirasn s.
New Ad vert taciiieuta To-Day
FOURTH I AUK.
Al CTION 8I.K J. M. lltMtlt'.
MltllKL ClIIAM fciTOKIt -t 7 1'ntton Avenue.
CHOICE RESIDENCE LOTS
WII.I. Ill-: HOI.n AT
AUCTION JULY 7
By J. B. BOSTIC.
The Campaign Opened.
lidilor Citizen : The friends of Colonel
Frank Coxe request that you give space
in your columns for the following an
nouncement which was made in an Ashe
ville paier last week :
Clll.. I'KAXK COXK I'OK COXl'.llliSS.
Our platform must lie pure democracy
without hiiiflerint' liitn..fiilft,r.a l .......
lie wide-awake ami progressive democ- ity Ullll tllO Id'Ht HUlTOUIItl
rney, saerilicmg none of the real iirinei-
plcs which aided the statesmen of earlier illtfS, Wl'tlt 0IISV COIllHVt iolIK
r""". '.Jiuum ill lllilKlllg II lilt
Thin is juii-tof llu WdoiI
fin property lying on North
M.i in Ntmt, Mcrriiiion Ave
nue, lOIni nnd IVnnett Sts.
Tlie lienutiflll groves, the
easy reach of stm't ears, the
nearness to tho centre of tin
BALLARD, RICH & BOYCE,
StovcH and Tinware.
PLUMBING, GAS AND STEAM FITTING, SLATE
AND TIN ROOFING,
PAINTS and OILS.
ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1890.
TERMS STRICTLY CASH WITH ORDER
THE PASTEUR FILTER,
N A 1. 1, hl118 I'lIK IAMII.V
AMI IIUI'I'.I. t'KI!
fiuaranleed lo be Verm Proof.
A I.I. KIZUH Kltl'T IN ttTlil'K.
Mr. I . (,, .Saumlcrs, while winking at
II. W. Fitch & Co.'s planing mill on
Southsidcnvcnnc.got his hand caught
in the machinery nnd linilly cut. One
linger had to be amputated.
i nc Asncvuie nile club will have its
relreslimcnt of nil. Two hogsheads of
ice cold lemonade will lie on hand, one on
Owenby Hill and the other on Richmond
inn, wiicre there will also lie a barrel of
iced ten, and one hundred gallons of milk
nt the dairy altogether Mr. I'eursou's
guests will not sillier.
It is needless to say that no drinking.
most wonderful nation in the world. It
was the democratic party that conceive,!
and established a tarilf system; nnd that
party can best settle the tarilf issue. The
right policy is between the two extremes
of a high protective tariff and no tarilf.
The race question can and will be set
tled in our midst quickest nnd best by
the progressive democrats of our coun
try, ami settled for the real good of both
races as well ns the republic. The south
ern iK-ople are largely democratic, nnd to
have their rightful msition and inlluenee
in the nation, they must have not only
patriotism, honesty anil integrity, but
also enjoy more equally with the jieople
... w,. m..ii,fu . ,,,,- repiiniic me
moral and material influence of popula
tion, industries and solid wealth. A poor
.-mum eauiioi nc a powerful South.
l'rosierity in all sections ami depart
ments ol our country is our aim.
To carry forward these principles nnd
iiimiciicci. we neeu a new class ol men in . . ., ,,,,.
our halls ol legislation, as well as in the Wl" e WOl'tll $100,000.
executive olhccs. The fri
chanies ol our countiv have taken in SIITl.' to
hand these much needed reforms nnd arc I.
seeking their nblest nnd best men to rep- IMiltS of
resent iiicm in public lite.
It is the privilege of any eitowti lo sug
gest the names ol suitable candidates for
the consideration of the voters. In the
exercise of this privilege and in behalf of
many other citizens, we take pleasure in
presenting the nnmc of n gentleman for
representative Irom the ninth district to
the next congress a gentleman w ho has
never sought an ollicc; whose ability, in.
tegrity and honesty nre well-known to
all; whose success in the development of
this section of the South has given him n
reputation for practical common sense
and the using of a private liirtimc to pro
mote the good of the commonwealth.
The gentleman to whom we have refer
ence is a native of this district, nn exten
sive larmer, a inenilier of the Alliance, n
liuancicr, and a practical benefactor.
That meritorious citizen is Col. Frank
Coxe, whose name we present, of our
own free will and choice, as n suitable
eamliilatc lor congress from the ninth
congressional district of North Carolina.
wun sewerage, piM ami wa
ter, renders this ly far the
most uVsiraMc projicrty yet
oiiereu atanetioii. Ten years
ngo this property eoiih I hav
Iie.MI bought for $1.,000
To-day it is worth $r(l,OO0
With the solid growth
k V Ml j t .
.sneviiie to-uay, it is very
reasonable to believe that
this property within years
attend tiie sale.
the projierry may
IheolhVeof J. 15.
,. , . . - ""l " ' "xuicbs 10 say mat no drinking,
first shooting contest for the W. T. Rrv.l . . , .
ils crouml. in if. , . ... "' "'" u:"iriiisiniig g'lous.siovcsniiu
V. .--"""" !. aiMo cliKkonthc Hill and can lie seen imwnre at Hrown & Thrash s.
HIC U CIIICIC IS I ll Hiiiir l, .
uy an mere, or ns tncy return to the city.
horse belonging to I. . Ie lieciime Tlie
frightened during the ihuiulcr stonn yes- old and young. There nre a great many
lerdny, on Court I'lacc, nnd started to roads to Moutford Park and Lake Mar
run. The small Uiy who was holding joriraml several meansol transMirtation.
Ium was tin-own out but was not much electric, locomotive hi,..'.- v,.i,;....i, .
Iiurt. I,t...iri,.l , ... :..i :.. .... ' . ..
I"" ,,, ,, ,ii mi b '.iii can
go ns you please and return by the same
men s meeting at the Y. M. C. A. to- route and there should be no reason for
night. "Kuiming the Knee" Hebrews ynr not licing there.
IS: t-S is the subject. All voting men I The essential feature of the whole thinu
nre invited to Ik present. The meeting Mr. I'cnrson expresses il is "that the
lieopic may sec mc gniumis ill their pres
ent naturnl condition, and then nt the
end of one hundred days, when their nat
ural lieauty will be enhanced ton rcmnrk-
t An Happy an I.ordn.
Limlscv & Hrown have moved to their
new studio on South Court I'lacc ami
invite their tnends nnd the mililie to cull
on them, lintrnuce from the iron stairs
Set your dining tillilc tastefully nnd Tf IITRCI) Y -handsomely.
It conveys a stromr im- 1
TIIE ONLY STORE OF THIi
KIND IN THE CITY.
Vi.ltnrs wi.hlnii lo Brt n ISwhI Hmoke or
Kiod plcee ufChi wInn Tiilnueii, or I'lne Cut
ChewlllK Toliaeiii nf tlie very beat brnnuV
al.u muklnii tulmn'm, call nt
Ju.y3rtSmo. 17 I'ATTON AVUNCU.
inlil. Silver, Ivory, (Ink, (tilt nml Ciulllil-
naliiin Muulillmi.. Aim Room Mmilillnira.
rietiirr. Matt.il. Mountnl and framed nt
went iirlera nml work KUnrnnteed. UiiKrnv-
lnu, I'nlnlliiKS and Local Views always on
aaS. Main St., Asheville.
nnr in d
In quantities not Irss than one ton at factory
In (uuntftlr not lens thiin one hull ton at factory...,
(loo uouuda, U tlekeu, 10 pounds each
Too ' hi ' an " '
7BO " IS " Bl
looo " to ' too " "
No fee will be delivered without ennh or tickets.
Tickets now on sole at the ollicc of the
Asheville Ice & Coal Company.
Tclcphoue No. 36 and 40. No. 30 Patton Avenue.
JEIXICO COAL, AT RETAIL.
For (irate, t 5.00.11 For Stove, ... 4.30,
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
For sale at Wholesale and Ketail by
ASHEVILLE ICE AND COAL COMPANY.
ew a '
fHiunf: 30 sua 40.
Kselmlve Avents I Domestic and Hteaml lor Western North Carolina.
f.UWia MADDUX, Pre
DisscTost;- Lewis Maddux,
L. P. McLOlIU, Vicc-Pres.
I. B. RANKIN. Caahlsr
M. I. Ilranlen. M. I. P.. I n u.-wi- 1 D. . .. ..
8. H. Kecd. Oed. 8. I'uwcll. C. M MeLoud'. 'f - ""T'J "
WESTERN CAROLINA- BANK,
Ur(anlied May 1st, 1888.
CAPITAL, 850,000. SURPLUS, 815,000
State, County and City Depository.
Iioes a Ocncral flanking Business. Deposits received. Bxchan boueht and ..m
lections made on all aeeesilhle points. The Savlnu Feature will recti re special attention
On all sums in this department, deposited for four months or lonarr. Interest t ...
of 4 per cent, per annum will be paid.
Special attention irlvea to loans on real estate, which will be placed for lona time oa re I
Open Irom U a. m. to 8 p. m. On ttaturdnys the Bavins Department will be open till A p.m
Ian I illy
UNIi OP TUB
In tho South.
Mervice and table I'irat
WALK FROM TH8
Pass the door every lo
A CAR LOAD OF
F RKS H - LIME
j 1ST ri:ci:ivi:d.
For terms address
H. J. GREENWELL, Proprietor.
ASIIEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
ai7 Haywood Street.
All WATER THOROUGHLY FILTHRKD on the Prcfninc.
In Bulk or
Ollicc No. 30 Patton Avenue.
TRI.UI'IIOMt NO. o.
Warehouse at Deirat.
P. 11. Ilos S.U.
C. E. MOODY.
- JULY 3 HI)
Ik-KIiis at K.I.".
1 K "it mourn 01 j utic there were
twenty nutrriiiKc lieeuses issueil sixteen
to white couiiles nml Tour to mloml. In
May twenty-seven were issueil, twenty-1 ",,,c "V "J t,lc iniprovctncnlB iIihimcI
lour ol winch were to white anil three ti
nml soon to be earned out; when the
cow house will lie triinsforiiieil into 11
pnvilion for (luneiiiK, to Ik opeiictltiiipro-
lirintcly by 'Itiineintt in the lliirn,' nnd
when fifty nerciofdry liiml will lie liuricil
forever under wutcr, stretchiiiK froni tho
French Broad river up to a dense thicket
of rhododendron where two liirc swim
ming pools sixty feet in dinmetcr will lie
built of mnsMnry. One will contain hut
Stonewall Jackson Jones, a thirtcen-
ear-old colored Ixry was tried liy Ksouirc
Israel yestenlny for stenlinK sonic Kds
froinj. M. C'riley's room in the Iiale
block. Judgment was imiKiiiled oil the
pnynient of the cost.
I'rank Turner, who was tried liy the
. . . . 1
m.iy.ir ye.icriinT niornmS lor nssnultniR and t,c otlcT co(1 wn,er
...... ...... .,,.v, nlli, uillCTII Ulllirr Mil Th i rmmnlrnl ... ! ;... .1..
Imnd, failed to furnish the amount nnd ,,. f tle Asheville Lonn Construe-
"""""""J"11 nwan inai at tlie tion and Imnrovcment enmnnn. I.. M.
, , j
I'enrson in consideration of the iirivilcue
I uc nijiinetpon suit 01 Air, u. Ii. Bund- which the company have allowed him in
ley, restru n the city of Asheville Irom naming the new park Moutford, the fain
oenin I lie extension of Mint itrect dy name of his grandmother,
llirougli Her proierty, was to have lieen I.very one that nttends to-morrow is
lienrd before Judge Mcrnmon to-dny, hut I invited to go back at tlie end of one hun
wni Kstioned until next week. tired dnys and ice the transformation
Mr. I'earson't work hands, 1,000 in
.,H..iw., nitiiwnwill.., UK IUUI IIOUSC I UmnuiiUh If. t I ,1 .
I-.I.I...I .1.. ..... t. . . Ji" , inini,
" '"-"i"miw 111 1 Tie citixcns of Asheville nml their
..UI p, m., nnn marcn irom there to Irienils arc conluilly invited to make an
Lake Murjoric. A wagon containing excursion to Montlord I'nrk and to the
the monev to nar off the hnn.l. will - !"' Hkc Mnriorie on the afternoon ol
f " July 4111. nupt. Mellce has very gener
FOR BENEFIT OF THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH.
The AHhevllle nund will FuriiUh
MuhIc UurltiK the KveiiliiK.
COMIJ ONE, COMB AIA.
pression of refinement lind cU'cnncc. Ev-
.i,n,.v iwi nils, in eiiiiiu, glass, sil
ver, cutlerv. etc.. as well ns 11 llinr n Mil
ehoiec stm'k of ornamental goods, at 07,
..ir imu ui miiiiii atreei, Asncvuie.
fair A..l. Cooiier will close his L-rocerv
store at 10 a. in. on July lh mid will
remain closed tlie balance of the day.
Tlie l-erfccl Mummer ReHort,
mountain park Hotel, Hot
MprliiKN, M. C.
Ilrneini: mountain air. Iienutilnl mwrrv
health, pleasure, home comlorts and the
licst table in the South. No dust. I'urc
and aliundant water nnd perfect sanitary
arrnngcmcnti. Swimming Kol with
bathing suits as nt seashore. Milliards,
room, music, and a well ejuipicd livery! COLLEGE OF MUSIC OF CINCINNATI
The baths are the finest n America anil uu,Llu, w m'0 UinilinnMII,
the thermal waters nre nn unexcelled soo-
eific for rheumatism, gout, sciatica, ncr-1 Wl" x1" intnimcntnl and vocal lesaans at
vou. exnaustion anil all diseases or the Mr. ji, Meln.weir.or at the pupils- houses,
skin mwl liloiifl W.a.,l..nf .,I.vu.:..m . I r r
thrhotel ' ' Term, jumper hour. For further Informs.
Trnins leave Asheville for Hot Springs """ " Mr '"h" Meltowell, at Medwood-s,
ni n.on a. m., .au p. m. una 7 p. m. Kx- ur "'wrrss Miss Jenkins.
OF WILMINGTON, 0.,
A UKAIll'ATIt OP TUB
with the procession
Mr. and Mrs. Cnlderon Carlisle And
Ihmily, of Washington,
and will spend the summer
niond rent-son's. Mr. Carlisle hot pur
chased eleven hundred acres at Long',
on the Swnnnnnoa river, nnd culls his
purchuse Olcn Ingle's,
cursion tickets including one dnv's board
at the Mountain I'nrk Hotel fl.oO.
Model Clifar Mloro.
The only regular store of the kind in
the city, No. 17 I 'at ton avenue.
A Had Railroad Wrack
occurred several days ago on one ol our
most unMirtnnt trunk lines. Nobody
hurt hut all the baggage except the
Kollci-Tray Trunks was smushed up.
Buy one. Sold by dealers. Made liv II.
W. Koundtrec & llros., Kichmond, Va.
Ilnvlne ru"lnrd as administrator nn the
eslnte of Innies Hslley, .r , on the loth day
mwii, nonce i. nereiiy s;tvea to all
imns inucniea to tne .alii James llallev,
r,, to mnhe immrrlli.t m.ni mH
metlt! Infl .11 wnm. hawln .I.Im.
vn.uiv win present tnem lor payment on
re inc iiin any oi May, 1HU1. Or
thl. notice will lie Dlead in bar of thlr .
i nis hkou nay or ssay, ihihi. .
mayaadnt thn Administrator.
ously agreed to give transportation free
nnd tne livery men of Asheville have kind-
Th Cltlaaa Msippltant.
Till CrruRN will Isaac a lupiilement ol
8,000 papers to be diatribnted to-morrow
afternoon at the Pearson celebration.
A New Road to BUM.
If you nre wise and wish to become
ou will use
it fllt.r li.
itirelva I nM lu. 1 .l....:iu m:n:...- r
lion you nlciiie mflmr free ami itiien in,.,... I. n,n.,i .1,-11 k... ,k..kJ
1 1 1 .IfMIWra" tit. .MvanM u. U. I
or nnvtiiing or any service tluit nltcr
noon in Moutford I'urk will be arrested
ns a trespasser Uxn private groundsand
treated as an enemy of the public weal.
wm iriiuin isn hiiu tne noyni I ins I nnnrr A.rnue rrom six to wren o'eloek
Tenliti clnss at Hmarn Kt Thrnah'a w p. July th each man to have a shovel
china store under new oner, house. l??Zon Iur " our ,ur u."f "'""v, P-
a t"J v t Mft A HU ,
arrive to-night ly.n,el,ted toi;l.ncc t.h"' conveynnccs healthy and wealthy also, yo
ernt Mr Rkh " "V ?' ,ml'K 0 .c,!,ck King or lilectric Light
er nt Mr. KK'h-1 to H.30 o clock p, m. It will bccntircly a cnuM the Asheville Millina: C
flour it not only the best but th
TTLEil DESKt-200 Haw ttyt .
";,IM, BOOK OASES, a. I bm.
PMial DiMnals, 0.ul7 ISM m rMSy.
TYLER BANK COUNTERS.
ttevuSM k. Strb. MKT al nta, IMnM I. ojkn
Jf wt Art, ll7tm. MrnHMwlIM
XTLXK Dill 00., IT. UIII, HO., VM.iL
WILL BE OPEN FOR THE SEASON OF
1890 ON JUNE 1ST.
Twcnty-nvc years ol practical elerlcniT, combined with rsssosAk attention to all d.
tail, of the hu.inc and perfect arranuemrnU for clianmnkss and misitt of all good
manufactured, enable the proprietor to present to his numerous patrons a superior class o
Vichy and Seltzer Wutcr in Siphon.
Olnicer Ate and all the various flavors of HllllA WATItR ready for shipment and delivered
free in City limit.. Out of town orders must have it.rnft.um
C. H. CAWPBBI.L.
ONLY EIGHT MILES FROM ASHEVILLE ON THE A. & S. RAILROAD.
-A HOME IN-
.k!""!" ,1'"",".na '" n"n"fcctln shndv grove l,
ifnailt ..C fcl I1'!?'""'?" '"h at4llloIHI
A unlet l''"lT-.hl!ih- "nr " "d K'mmI ..K-lrt.
J '".""J" "."' W .treetall main irrSi
i. . "iltf'. Tw" """ "cw oUls. deimt, dailv
r.".nTni,m;,,: BU' "- '
.. "'""T Ah"'cut U.loa. ui. and return at 7
p. m.Ku cents.
Accommodations the very licst this moun
tain country can afford. Terms reasonable
a. possible to make them. Illlliards, pool.
bowling alley, ball room, mule, etc.
F. A. MILES. M. D.J
fchl I ilHm
OTIS A. MILLER,
Hkyland p. o., N. C.
rEB TO ALL.
I . Hcn.'! '"" elo of nnlh. Koara, T
- ..A," "or ""''r Illustrated ratnloKue I
T of I'lowera for Mprin of 'UI will be sent 1
T tO th. Mm. a.tHn-aa 4
ff.KO. TIIOMI-HON Ml nN.
Juneaodlw LonUvilk. Ky. T
fsUMiniiR ART HCHOOL.
.IMIV ann Annul nalpMrt n. I. , I
,-...... , .., ., aniline, muuio at
A.hevlllr Collrsc. Hor Informatbm apply
Iherr betweva A and An . V I
Juneaadlm or New York t:ily.
SKVLAND MINERAL SPRINGS, N. C
Klght Mile South of A.hcyllle, on the A. fj. R.llrortrt.
New hotels, new cottages, new furniture, beautiful . . ,.
food livery. cru'luc lawns.
48 MINERAL SPRINGS.
White Hulphnr. Alum, Mnimesla, Iron and Iti.m Th li-..... . .
E. A. LeVENE,
Aahctllle, N. C.
Near Paswenyer Depot.
gl'MMBtl BOA It 111 NO.
Viv are now nrenams arl.h mm. .
MRS. 8. B.CIIAMRItRMN,
ST Chunk street.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
slaaafactnnrrs aad Deafen la all kiada ii....i
fOH RBNTJDLV lT.
it; cnmmndlous and easy of access
bii.uimu . ....
anetdtf 08 South Mala atnt.
Door, Hmuh, Blinds, Mouldlna;. Stalrwork, Mantels, Baulk
and Bar Fixture, and all kinda of Bulldlntr hsIhi.1.
nara wooa Lumber Work
ovl.tfiy TclcphM N. a.
Thorona-h In.tructlnn la In. .
voeal mn.le given hr Mia. Whltloek. UU
Woodlln strett, Asheville, N. C.
sMIMI MRl-V IT. RtTrlllrla rsM A . s 1
nunili, W rTBUI V IO Mvf neitsila Im I.au
ft her roomi, Si) Italic .tract. Teat bvokii
Dcalerain Wall Paper, WlndowShade-andPateMtHanser.,
Paints. Oil. u. YMtohes, Mry. Mlsed PsbU mmt Colon. Wtadow
Prtnch aad Amerieaa
W. keep hi stork kt. Louis and Kentacky Uad.
POH BALB OH BXCII ANOB.
""""i w nyiniB(t- inn i caa mm
Julyldlw abort BH.
A WIND STORM
May Come and go, but we arc Her to Sell uooda and
coins; to ell Them.
DID YOU HEAR WHAT WB SAID?
W. an In need of Mvsral rrtlsWe aad enrr-
W. hav. Btraw II aU 1 teat to 60 cents each. Bplrndla lliw of Shoes chr,, ,h. ....
.thrhou-,lh,m. N,. Ten 0.rter tlhlrtl.. b, tli. e.. I-rinU. Ofn.h.m
rrtlc men to sell oar ehoic. nurwr mtnrk I ate.. Ate . at ... k. . .. '
Trees, ahrabs, Vine.. St.. Previoa. ,VpH ' ' ' " " aoow all Mlk Urn. Oood. IS cats pn yard
fcred. to jno-m and , olo r mT . ' "", ' .
. ...las inn aam. aaaref-l .r
ereaom. Mltbliiva k-untio
JulySdl ! w ""Ti Fl"kin. . V.
Asheville Dry Gooda Co., .
., .. A i. O. HOWBLL, Manager.
At old stand, 1st door below Ptaalmaa a Co.' U.rdw.r. aor.