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ASIIEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 5, 1890.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
II. D. CHILD, business Manager.
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SATURDAY, JULY 5, lSyo.
THIS UA1I.V CIXIZICM
Is on sale at the following pluccs in Aslivvlllc:
liATTBKV 1'AKK. NISWS STAND,
Cl.liN KOCK NliWS STAN!'.
MOMtl, CU'.AK SToKli, Pntton Ave.
J. CAKSO.VS NIJWS STORB, North Court
PERTINENT AND PERSONAL
New About AHlievllllaiiM and of
Hlrauat-r Within Uur UuU-n.
There wore arrivals at the prinvi
pal hotels yi-sttnlay and Tliursil;iy.
The brick hiyiiiK between the street car
rails on Nurtli Main street was finished
Tims. Chcevelioronuh hasretnrneil from
Virginia wlierc he has Ihx-ii utlciuliiiK
Mrs. Is. R. HiUs. of Hanville, a., is
visiting Iter parents, Mr. am! Mrs. J. A.
Warner on Wooillin street.
Mrs. K. II. Iewev, of Oolilsboro, is on
a visit toher parents, Dr. and Mis. It,
ArriiMjtun, on Wuoillin street.
Mrs. T. T. I.oiik nml daughter, lisllier,
of Knoxville, Tenn., arc visiting their
parents at Mrs. J. II. Harrington's.
W. M. Jarvis lias sold to . II. llrow
a house and lot, loiix.'UMl, in North
Asheville Ior$i,ti00. Mr. Itrown sold t
A. Kaukin and Mr. Jarvis Oil acres at
lliltmore for $s,0oo.
The American Strinu Hand will give
tunsicnl cutertainineiit and festival to
night at the Fanner's Warehouse, am
will donate the proceeds to the Tree Kin
dergartens ol the citv. The admission
will Ijc 'J.'i cents.
Mr. I.. A. Coulter, State secretary
the V. M. C. A., will deliver a plain talk
to young men at the Y. M. C. A. rooms
to-morrow at .1 p. m. The talk will lie
preceded liv a song service. All men arc
Henry I lampion, colored, w ho is want
ed in Knoxville for larceny, was arrestei
here vesterdav, and the Knoxvillenulhor
ities notified by telegraph. The pristine
is thought to be the party who passer
two forged checks in the city yesterda,
While Mr. I.. Ilrown was conducting
the display ol firework at Pearson's last
night, sonic scoundrel went to hisbuggy
which was in the woods, and cut the
harness to pieces. The buggy wa
smashed, and the horse left to wandc
aliout in the woods. 1 lie animal was
found near Mr. Pearson's house some
There was a large delegation of men
from the country in the Mayor's court
this morning, but owing to the fact thai
yesterday wus the glorious Forth, they
were discharged, llenrv llutler, lor n
breach of the icace was lined $10, ll.iu
plus (.lark, lor the same olleuce was
lined $3. Mock King, drunk and disor
ilerly was fined S.'i.
THE GLORIOUS FOURTH.
Mow Home I'eople Celebrated Hi-
A horse hitched to a buggy in which
ShcrilT I. L. Kcvnotds.CitvToxCollcctor
X. A. Reynolds and X. II. Atkinson were
driving, became frightened at an electric
car on Charlotte street yestenlav nnd ran
away. N, A. Reynolds anil Mr. Atkinson
were thrown out and badly bruised, but
no bones were broken. Mr. Atkinson is
confined to his bed.
Joseph Wright, n workman, Ml fr m n
scnflold on the new llaptist church near
the old depot, and broke his nrm.
MaU'l Ilrewton, the seven-year-old
ehihl of I'. II. Ilrewton formerly of this
city, lind her arm broken. She is visiting
here with her mother and yesterday was
pushed on" the plank sidewalk on I'atton
avenue bv a big dog, and her left nrm
was broken above the elliow.
John Single was thrown Iroui u buggy
yesterday and broke his leu.
Their Weekly Nhool.
The Asheville Rillc Club shot at their
ground! yesterday for a weekly gold
medal. II. C.Jones can led uwoy the
prize, making the line score of K out of a
possible 1 00 nt SOU yards. The team
made following scores: II. C. Jones, Hi;
A. II. Ilnird, 70; J. F. Grnvei, 70; N. A.
Reynolds, 74; 1. 1.. Johnson, 71; I), I..
Reynolds, Gil; N. T. Chambers, 07; J. M
Smith, 07; F. A. Fanning, 05; U. W
Cannon, M; N. 1). Atkinson, 0,1; Ii. It.
Carter, 04; C. W. M alone, SH,
The K. of I Parade.
The Knights of Labor hnd a torchlight
procession last night. They formed at
their hall on I'atton avenue and mnrclicd
to Court Place, then down North Main
and Wood fin and up Spruce und College
streets to the starting jKiint. Rut one
hundred and eight men were in line. The
majority of them were At the Pearson
celebration and did not return in time to
Arrival at Wayncavlllc.
Waynusvillk, N. C, July 3. Tlie ar
rivals at the White Sulphur Springs ho
tel yesterday numbered twenty. Nine
states were represented New York, New
Jersey, North Carolina, South Carolina,
Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, Virginia
and Texas. T town It filling up quite
THE ANTICIPATIONS OF THOUS
ANDS ARE REALIZED.
A Mile of Roadway Hullt ill One
Hour by a TliouHuud Men The
Van KudH at MUli.lnl.t.
Yesterday was the biggest Fourth of
July Asheville 1ms ever hud. It lias al
ways been a custom here to have no
demonstration at all save perhaps a pa
rade of the colored people, but yestcrduy
a precedent for celebrating the glorious
day in grand style was established by
Mr. Richmond rearsou.
At his invitation extended to each and
every resident of Asheville, rich or poor,
an immense crowd gathered lit Rich
mond Hill, three miles west of the city,
to partake of his hospitality. It is esti
mated that fully 5,0110 people were on
the grounds, livery kind of vehicle was
there, from the handsome turnout with
the high stepping horses of the rich, to
the wagon and mules ol the moun
taineer. Iiurly in the morning large crowds lie
gan pouring in to the city from the sur
rounding neighborhood, and by 11'
o'clock Court Place was crowded. Ev
erybody's interest seemed to centre on
the town clock in the court house tower,
and the hands of that timepiece were ea
gerly watched until 4 o'clock the hour
for the start.
Mr. Pearson had hired the entire strce
railway system between the hours
four and eight, and when the schedule
cars reached the square at four there was
a mad rush and they were Idled in a
incredibly short space of time. Hull
band of this city accompanied the pre
cession of ears to the depot.
When the crowd arrived there til
change from the street cars to the train
of Mats was made mid at 4.50 the train
left the depot with the baud on the front
car. Three coaches lor the accommo
dation of the ladies were on the rear
the tram. It moved very slowly so ns
to prevent nnv accident, and at 5.;I0 the
crowd was landed below the site of l.iike
Marjorie. They scattered tliemselvc
over the grounds and the enjoyment
Iced lemonade was served in plentiful
quantities and iced tea was there for
those who preferred it. The men wh
had Ikh.ii employed to work on Luke
Shore avenue at $1 nn hour met at the
court house nt 4 o'clock and with shov
els in hand marched to their work. They
arrived there bclbre the train nml pre
sented a striking appearance ranged as
they were in line around the brow of the
hill where the drive was to lie built.
At 0 o'clock work was commenced
and 1,000 men worked hard lor the nex
hour. Ilrown & I.indsey, with their
cameras, took a number of views of the
large gathering and of the laborers.
It was an interesting sight to witness
from the elevation brouud the men nt
work. Marston's Zouave Hand, of At'
lautn, after playing at Court Place, went
to the place of celebration by convey
a nee, and the two bands furnished some
excellent music. "Dixie" was played
several times and delighted the crowd
After dink a stiierb display of lire works
was made from the top of Richtnoui
Hill. It was one of the Iwst it not the
iKSt ever given in Asheville. Mr. I
Ilrown had charge of it. The crowd had
left the grounds before the lire works be
gan, and saw it from the railroad track
while waiting for the train. At 0 o'clock
the train left for Asheville with its freight
of tired but happy humanity und pro
ceeded as slowly as on the trip down.
Only one train, considerably larger
than cither of those going down, was
required to bring nil back to the city,
and it arrived nt about 7.45. Those ol
the crowd who could boarded the elec
tric cars two of which were in waiting
enme up town and disierscd to their
it was nenny miiiuigui wncn tne cars
made their last trips.
There was n remarkably small amount
if drunkenness nnd no rowdyism.
Real KMtate TrannferM.
William P. CheeslHirough to 15. I.
Holmes, onc-lillli interest in the
Holmes tobacco factory proiier-
tv on Church street Sl'.lioO
A II. Ytnrciinil wifrto J. 1. Justice,
lot N.'Ixl 10 on I.loise street 00U
I. L. Shulord and wile to J. M.
Cunipliell, lot IM-Ilxai'O near Hill
li. I. Armstrong to A. C Mclkc.l'it
ll0xl on Huston street 1.000
Kate L. Ynmnans to J. V.. Wolle,
lot Zoox'Jlil on .Mcrrimon ave... ,'1,500
t. I). Kevcll to r. W. IMciitye, lot
011x50 on Undue street nun
C. b. i.rnlmm to li. Wnlhiek, lot
l'00x2JHon Roberts street 4,000
Arrival at the osks,
Recent arrivals at the Oaks Hotel are
as follows; udgc John A. Fulton, Mrs,
J. Ilenn, Iturdstown, Ky.; Mr. C. P. lil
lis, Louisville; Dr. Jos. Drowning, (ler-
mnntown.Ky.; Geo. Fuller, Arkadclpliia,
Ark.; II. Miller, Cincinnati; Ii. C. Hack
ney, Durham ; Mr. and Mrs.Jns. D, Ware,
Hopkinsvillc, Ky.; Mr. and Mrs. II. 'H.
Sigman, Denison, Texas; James Kcilly,
Savannah ; Mr. and Mrs. J. F. J. Cald
well, Newberry, 8. C.
taTMr. J. V. Ilostic offers for sale on
Mondny twenty six lots a pnrt of the
Wooillin iiroiierty on North Main street
and Mcrrimon avenue. These lots are
all of good tise and fronting as they do
on two of the principal streets of the
city, directly on the street ear line, with
easy connections with water, gns nnd
sewerage, are remarkably desirable.
The fine grove of onks covering this nrmi-
erty, and its nearness to the heart of the
ity, make it sticrinlly choice for resi
dences. Mr. lloslie's stromr business
connection and recognised nuthority In
real estate matters tins influenced for
eign capital and several from a distance
win attend tne tale.
SsjTAn elegant line of decorated toilet
seta in porcelain and china, cheap, at
urown ot inrasn s.
THE FOURTH OF JULY
LIFE AT HOT SPRINGS.
What la Doing? Around That Bean
Hot Strings, July C The glorious
Fourth was not celebrated here by the
firing of cannons, the playing of bands
and the fizz ol the fire cracker. Some of
the younger of the guests enjoyed a trip
to Rich Mountain, a few went to Ashe
ville, but the majority remained at or
near the popular Mountain Park hotel.
I'p to 11 o'clock in the morning it
would have been impossible to have told
from the surroundings that it was the
day we celebrate. At that hour the
greater part of the guests were seated
upon the front porch when suddenly a
sharp bung broke the silence, liveryonc
i'Whnt wus that?" asked u lady
"It was only a lire cracker," answered
"Why, of course, how stupid of nic not
to know," and then everybody settled
back to their books and to the enjoy
ment of life.
At dinner nu agreeable surprise met the
guests. It was in the shape of a hand
somely finished menu card. It consisted
of a delicately tinted (older. The upicr
side was licnt back and lied at the top
with a white satin ribbon and on the ex
posed face was a photo engraving of the
Mountain Park hotel. Across the top in
letters of gold were the words "July 4.
18!H." The whole was decidedly artis
tic and was the idea of Manager llrou
son. In the afternoon many went to drive,
returning in time for tea. In the mean
time Chinese lanterns had been hung
about the veranda the entire length of
the building and with evening they were
lighted. In the ball room a number of
the guests assembled and some of them
passed the time in dancing. At 10 the
lights in the ball room had been cxliii
guished, the ca miles in the Chinese Ian
tern had burned out and the Fourth was
Mountain Park hotel l.ad an unusual),
successful winter season. In fact it hardly
closed, for during the month of June
usually the dullest of the year, bet wee
thirty-live nnd forty guests remained at
the hotel. With the beginning of Jul
more licgaii coming in and now the hotel
is lively and will lie until the winter sea
The increased patronage has warranted
the management in erecting three new
cottages on the grounds and a row of
four oyer in the village. These latter arc
to be used for the convenience of those
guests who conic lor the baths, but do
not care to pnv hotel prices. One of
these will lie used exclusively for a dining
room. The others will make up sleeping
apartments. Another change recently
made by the hotel is the moving of the
stables from their old Hsitiou at the
lower pnrt of the yard to a lot iu the
village. The capacity has been just
doubled and enough horses have been
purchased to fill it.
Near the place where the building sloot
and just above the old ferry l bridge
being built across the French llniad. It
is the lieginuing of a new toad which it
is proposed to build between Hot Springs
and Asheville. The road will be through
the Laurel country und will shorten the
distance between Asheville mid this place
by twenty miles. It is to be completed
with iron and will cost 7,oou. It is
proKscd to complete it by August ist.
A novel idea which Manager llroiison
proposes to inaugurate liclorc the great
rush, is to lit up one of the old stages
that once ran to Asheville belorclhc dnvs
of the railroad, and with the assistance
of one of the original drivers and four
horses it will be run to Paint Rock where
a club house has lieeu fitted up and
dances will be held during the summer,
Returning the drive will be over the
mountains by moonlight a regular
This is nn age of amateur phutogrn.
pliers and the Mountain Park is one of
the first hotels in the country to recog
nize the cruzc. In the rear of the rccc
tion rooms nt tlw bath house, an nMirt
incnt has been esieciiilly prepared for
their use. It is tastily finished in natural
woods nnd comprises two dark rooms
and nil of the necessary pnrapheriialia.
The walls are decorated with the work
if some of the nrlists.
kverylning around the hotel snows
the signs of progress and improvement.
There is no prettier place in this section
of the country at this season of the year
than Hot Springs and it is fast becoming
one of the loremosl resorts.
Of the guests who sjieiit the fourth at
the hotel were a number of Ashevillinns,
among them Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Mc-
Nnmec and R. F. Camp, chief clerk of
the division freight and passenger de
partment of the Richmond and llnnville
railroad. There are always a ntiinlicr ol
Asheville icople at this delightful resort.
Scarcely a day passes but what some
drop in here.
Among the guests now here for the
season are; 11.(1. Ilird nnd family, of
Chicago; J, C. Cowan und wife, New
York; Mrs. A. Ottingcr and family,
Quinccy Florida; F. T. 8. Dnrlcy and
wife, ot Philadelphia; F Terrier nnd
wife, Huston, Pa.; Ii. 8. Hoen, of Rich
mond, and Mr. A. II. Hoen and Miss A.
Iloen, of Ilnltimore; W. U. Kerry and
wife, Mountculm, N. J., and K. I'icdcro
Olivn and neice, of Spain.
MTMrs. Iloldcrby has moved her dress
making establishment to 00 Ckurlolle
street, corner ol Clayton street.
tan'm to Drown & Thrash's for a full
line of house-furnishing g'Mds,stoycsaud
tinware at Ilrown & Thrash's.
Model Cigar atora.
The only regular store of the kind In
the city, No, 17 I'atton avenue.
HTLndtes cull nnd see the Koynl Pink
Tcnlits glass nt Ilrown & Thrash's new
china store under new opera house.
New Advertisement To-Day.
iMrosTAHT This Omos. ,
CHOICE RESIDENCE LOTS
WILL. m: HOI.U AT
AUCTION JULY 7
By J. B. BOSTIC.
Thin in pnrt of tho Wooil
lin property lying on North
Main wtra't, Merrinion Avo
u no, Elm and Itonnutt Sis.
TJio beautiful groves, the
easy reach of street curs, the
nearness to t ho centre of t he
city nnd the hest surronntl
iii8, with easy connections
with sewerage, gas anil wa
ter, renders this by far the
most desiralilu property yet
offered ataiiction. Ten years
ago this property could have
liejn bought for $1 5,000.
To-day it is worth $50,000.
With tho solid growth of
Asheville to-day, it is very
reasonable to believe that
this property within 5 years
will be worth $100,000. JSe
sure to attend .the sale.
Pints of the property may
be had at the ollicc of J. 13.
20 Per Cent Cash.
Itiilance in .'J cipial payments,
1,2 and .'J years nt 8 percent,
J. II. BOSTIC.
Set your diiinig table tastefully nml
handsomely. It conveys h strong im
pression ol refinement nml elegance. liv
ery reipiisite for this, in china, glass, sil
ver, cutlery, etc.. us well as a Inrgc ami
choice stock of ornamental goods, at 57,
r'J and 01 S. Mam street, Asheville.
An Hupp u l.ordN.
Lindscv & Itrown have moved to their
new studio on South Court Place nnd
invite their friends und the public to cull
on them. F.ntrnnce from the iron stairs
Mr Foreign money has been sent here
for investment nt J. II. lloslie's miction.
A Had Railroad Wreck
occurred several days ago on one ol our
most important trunk lines. NolsHly
hurt hut all the baggage except the
Kollcr-Trny trunks was sniaslKil up.
Iluv one. Sold bv dealers. Made by II.
W. Koundtrce & linn., Richmond, Va,
A Mew Road to Hllaa.
If vou are wise and wish to become
healthy and wealthy nlso, you will use
Roller King or Llcctric Light flour; be
cause the Ashrvillc Milling Company's
Hour is not only thciicst nut theclicancsl.
Attend J. H. BoatTc'a auction
inonaay, juijr 7.
Htnte of North Cnrollnn,
nuncnmltr cuuntv. f Maticriur Court.
;. 11. KoIktU,
Jacob Kllvr, Pmnk Htlt r, Willi m IMtmnn nnd
wiic iiiiNiicin rtt iimn, vtinnm wirr, it
-.h llllrr, Mui-mn Hllrr. J.O Fn, J nob V.I
Irr, Wiley P. Hllrr. WlllUm Hllrr, Kntr lt.
Irr, Hobrrt Klhinaiintl -wife Thirl Klkinn,
Htma Hllrr. Ilormv Itller. Inetib liiRtkv.
Nlrh Jttatlre, W Ilium Juttrv. Otrtfa Juitlcr,
John I'm. Kntr Fui. Itliinlirth I'na.Juhfi
I'.llrr. WillUm Hllrr. P. HoIktU nml wtfr
Hikaii Hubert, T. J. Ifcintthnr nnd wife
Kill He lhnhie, Rtiliert Wenver, I. L. Wen-
ver. Thumn Wrnvtr. Ii I warn Weaver.
William II. Weaver. Chrbilrjr li'kr. Finn nee
itnrr Mary Huiterit anu w. if, Alkina
nnd wire staph run la Ataiua.
Tn tarob Hllrr, Wllltam Pitman ami wife
Klliaiwth ritmun, Frank Idler mid Mnrr
Vou anil rvrrvnne of euu will oleaat take
nntliT Ihrtl an anion entitled aft above haa
let-n iHMun be fttiitrrior etturt of aaln Bun-
pirn' tuunt v for the nurtMiat of eorm'tlnii
n deed made by Joarph idler to Geurjre w.
Ilrlttnln. dated Marth 111, H:rn, aald turn
mnnn therein helnit Aft to yon returnable to
he next term of until court 10 lie nnti at tne
ourt hoiiae In Bittd county lieulnnlnu on the
bird hlnmlntf iMsftire th Mrs! Mutidav In
rV-ntrniltrr. I M1MI. when and where vou are
reit(ml to aofwar and answer or demur to
nc complaint, inwjuiyn muo.
w. Kits niiitim,
Clrrk HupcHor Court Buncombe County
If there la a vent tern an h the name of Mrr-
rilt Whltt or Mrrrtttwhlt In the city he ran
learn pom thing to hla ad v ant aire by calling;
ai tat nmce,
V M M BMllOA K 61 NO.
We are now ore i red with rooma Air aum-
MM, m. B. CIIAMPKKLIN,
mavntdtm fl7 Chnrrh treet
Thnrouvh I n tract Ion In Inatrttmrntal and
neal mu-lr given tie Mlna WhUlotk,
WotHlnn treet, Atdwvlllf, N. C.
MIh Xlarv C. Hmvnnhim. nt Mt
lonna. in reau;
ly tn receive nntilla In Itntanv
t her rooma. fli) Bailee atreet. Teat book
for aale nr rent.
Jifok halUoh kxciianou.
One art rVrlbnrrB RnryelopvwdU Hritanlrn.
Will rtrhansra for lumlter. Iirtrk. hoaarhuld
Atrnlturt, horat or aay thing thnt I can uat.
T. W. MANN,
juiyidiw an Whort Bt.
We art In need of aeeeral reliable and enefv
grtle men tn act I oar chok nurarry itnck
Tree. Hhrnha. Vlnca. Ate. Prrvlna eiue.
tiewee mat naaewMal, Liberal Indncvmenta of.
iVrrd to good aea and ateady employment.
ror lerma Mareaa, fivmi in name armi ret
MURHAl W HHHFIIt, .
llnodsTood Mtarwrv. lliiklsiaT. M. V.
Ould, XII ver. Ivory, link. Hilt anil Comhl-
nntlnn Moulilinm. Also Kinim MnulillnRs.
-H'lum Mntteri, Muunlcil nml I'rnmtil nl
lowest iiritvs nml work Kuiiranlecil. linamv
inus, I'alntiiiKs anil LihmI Views always on
a S. main St., Aihevillc.
anr IN d
THE ONLY STORE OF THE
KIND IX THE CITY.
Visitors wishing to act a Hood Hinoke or a
Kod piece of Chrwinu Tuliarco, or I'lnc Cut
ChewlnR Tuliaccu of the very beat brand,
also smuking tobaceos, call at
IT I'ATTON AVUNI'H.
TYLER BANK COUNTERS.
rtLamUTtO n COLOIUl S ssrllsst W.rs 0r Art
ISO Psgsi law rasdy. looks n-M, DotlUS Iss.
Ah.ll..r..tah' IBS.. W T,W .hs ,...
(MM.. I lain. Mlm, S. frr. hilw !
IILXB SIMK CO, IX. iOUIS, U.I.A.
Ily rlrtiw of a died of trust rsecnlrd to mc
lijf T. W. Aahliin oi the nth day of Mrplrm
tier, 1MNII, rcsi.lerrd In the office of the Kea-
i.ier m iieeo. o. iinncomne i.iuniy, in Hiwik
17. si naie 4H7 of Morlii.ue Hrvorri.. to m.
eure the jiurehiwe money fur the real estate
inereia nracniiei., ana ny rra on ol the fall.
are of said T. W. Ashlon to comply with the
limvl.lun. or. aid Herd or trust. I will aril at
paMIc auction for cash to the hlaheai bidder
at the court house door In Asheville nn Tuc-
ilny, the intn day or July, A. U. IHun, one
lilaik mare 0 years old name l.li.le.drarrilwd
In Mild deed of trn.t, and also the following
riracrtlied real aataui la the northern part
ofthedty of Aahrvllle, .aid county, .Ituate
at the northern tioumlarv of .aid citv. on the
ea.t old. of Notth Main street, fronting tt'J
rrri on .ain .treet, ana running nark east,
ward UM fret la narallel line, to .n.ithrr
.treet, and containing about one. half acre
more or km, ann rally ororniMrd In said deed
of trust. This May 80, lSlio,
W. W. WKST,
FRKB TO ALL. I
end for our catalogue of HuIIw, Rnapa, '
, , Ate, Al.o our finely lllu.trated ratalogiic ' '
, , of I'lower. far Kining of l will be acnt ' '
. , to tht .ante addrr...
OHO, THOMPMIN HONS,
,; Juncaodlw IxiuUellk, Ky.
SUMMER ART SCHOOL.
lulvand Auvu.tln.trurtlon In drawln
and iwlntlng from nature and life. Mtuillo n7
A. he. Hie College, for Information apply
there tsrtweea and a n. m.. oe wad for
MKS. KI.IZABKTII OAKRV VANPRRHfrOF
junesiMini - Uf New York city.
fin. Rowwone Hsmo for oak, ckaan
8 Woods, strait, Askavllls, M. C.
ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1890.
TERMS STRICTLY CASH WITH ORDER
In ouiintillra not Iras than one ton nt factory c per hundred.
In iiUHiitllira not lea. than one half ton lit factory OC.
tino uounda, III) tickets, 10 pounds each "
7110 " i!M Ita " ' J
7nn " lit " SO ' "
tooo ' 10 " loo
No Ice will be delivered without cash or tickets. Tickets now pn sale at the offlce of the
Asheville Ice &
Telephone No. 36 and 40.
JELXICO COAL, AT RETAIL..
For Urate, $5.00.11 For Stoves, 4-5
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
I'or aulc at Wholesale and Kctull by
ASHEVILLE ICE AND COAL COMPANY,
Telephone 36 and 40.
Uicluaivc A mil la iliomcatie and Htruml for Western North Carolina.
I.IIWIS MAUUUX, f res
L. I'. McLOUU, Vicc-rrcs.
Uikhctuss: Lewis Maddux, M.J. Ilcanlcn,
o. 11. kccu, uco. o. ruwcii, v. M- MCkOIIO.
-WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, -
Drganlicd May 1st, 1HHH.
ttta(c9 County and
Hour a UcncrnJ Banking Buiincii, Dtpuiltat
Icctioni made ou all acccalble pulnU. The
On all suina In thla departmenl. dvpualtctl ftir
uf 4 ier cent, per annum wilt be paid.
8eclal attention jrlven tu luanii on real estate, which will be placed tor lung time on real
Open from U a. m. to 3 p. m. On Saturdays the Saving Department will hcuprntitl 6 p.m.
UNI! Ol' Till!
111 tho South.
Service and tuble First
Por terms address
II. J. GREEN WELL, Proprietor.
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
217 Haywood Street.
All WATER THOROUGHLY FILTERKU ou the Fremitus.
Twenty-five years ol practical experience, combined with rsssoNAL attention tn all tie
tails of the business and perfect arrangements for clsanlinkss and punitv of all goods
manufactured, enable the proprietor to present to hi. numerou. pntruns a auierior class of
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphon,.
Ginger Ale and all the various flavors' of MOHA WATKK ready for shipment and delivered
free in City limits. Out of town orders must have asarottsini.g reference.
C. H. CAMPHKLL.
ONLY EIGHT MILES FROM ASHEVILLE ON THE A. & S. RAILROAD.
A HOME IN-
$ 4OESKYLAN0 SPRINGS3,80
A lovely IttiililitiK lot fttikirio fnt In shmlv univr lv
the fincHt mim-ral stprinuH in Iht Hunth tit 9-itl lo Iihi.
A ipitet 1 .liter, hih. dry, line vWwn nnd it 1 mm I stH-it-ty.
I'liuv well Inld oh with wide ntnvtsnll mnln aventis
Iihi fct'i wide. Two lmhmI new hotels, dt-H, ditilv
tiiailH. etc. Hk vlut m HprinuH In a new and populiir n
sort nnd bound to urow. Ihiy now for a votlttgc or
TrniiiN Ichvc Aiilieville ut U.IUa. iu. und nlurn at 7
p. m.u ceuts.
OTIS A. MILLEli,
fc""""'" Hkyland P. O., N. C.
8KYLAND MINERAL, SPRINGS, N. C
Klfctht Miles South of Asthcvlllc, on the A. Jk H. Rallroiid.
New hntrls, dew cotlsgcs, new fumlturc, bisullful giovrs.ncal tenaia and rroiiuct lawns,
48 MINERAL SPRINGS.
White Huhtlitir. Alum SlnuM...!,. HH.I lru. rt , ,.. . ... . .
- 1 im .ing ncann anil picaaure anil
elect society will not full tu visit this pleasant reaort and drink of lis healing waters.
Aithevllle, N. C.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
MaHHlapl urvra ssai.l lis.Ura las sail blowl- yf -
Door, Hau, Blludit, MvuldlnK., Btalrwork, Ulantcls, Bank
and Bar Fixture, and all kinds of Building; Material.
Hard Wood Lumber Work a Specialty.
any 14 dly Telcptioua Mo. to.
Dealers In Wall Paper, Window ShadesaudPateut Hangers,
Paints, Oils and Vanishes, Mosury's allied I'slnu sad Colors. Window Onus, both
Preach sad Americas
W. keep la stock at. Louis and Kentucky
A WIND STORM
May Conic and go, tout we are Hera to Sell Ooods and arc
Going to Sell Them.
DID YOU HEAR WHAT WE SAID?
Ws ban straw Hats 1 cent to 00 cents sack, splendid Him of Shoes cktaisrr Uiss any
tber house set them. Nine and Tea Quarter Shirting by the cast, prints, Ginghams.
e., ., at oay pries you would oak then.. Bom all Silk Drass Goods IS cents per yard.
Would say mors bat this will eoavlaot yon.
Asheville Dry Goods Co.,
J. O. HOVfBLL, Manager.
At old stand, 1st door below Ptaalssaa a Co.'s Hardware a tors.
No. 30 Patton Avenue.
. U. KANKIN, Canhier
M.J. PaKK, J. B. Rankin, J. B. Ray, J. li. Kit (I
received. Bxchange bouffht and sold. Cut.
HuvitiK feature will receive (frclal altentittn.
four tnotitba or lontftr, Interest at the raU-
WALK I'KttM Til 8
Patw the tloor cverjr IO
E. A. LcVENE,
Near PasMeusrer Depot.