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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN; FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 11, 1890.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
H. D. CHILD, Business Manager.
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IT WAS ANOTHER ONE THAT HE
FRIDAY, Il'LY 11, 18U0.
Till-; UAII.V CITIZKN
la on snle at the following plncci In Aahcvlllv:
HA ri'tiHV I'AKK NliWS STAND.
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J. CAKsu.VS NliWS STUKh, North Court
PERTINENT AND PERSONAL
Mvwh About AHhevllllaiiH and ol
Htruiiicera witlilu Our UhIh,
Miss Annie Weaver litis returnee) Irom
Iv. W. Ilcruilon of Lviicliliury, Vn., isnt
the C'.r.'iml Centrnl.
I". I'. Whitney represents Cincinnati tit
the tiraiul Centrnl.
C. I'. Aikiiisini represents Atlanta
A. M. Watson anil wife are at the Glen
Colored Men's Convention.
The negro politician! of the State have
arranged for a meeting to be held at Ral
eigh during August. The principal ob
ject ii to form lome olnn bv which thev
SAYS HE DID NOT ENDORSE can escape from the yoke of the republi-
TH E LODGE BILL. can P"rtv wno for y hve been feed
ing them on false promises. A letter is
sued by John H. Williamson, of Raleigh,
explains the reasons for the meeting
fully. It is as follows:
"A decent respect lor the manhood
of our race requires that we meet
together in State convention to con-
Tlie Two DlHtrlclM to Be I'nlted sider the political situation, and
Vndcr White of Raleigh He I after deliberation adopt such measures
Bmoolhe II Over. I as may be deemed for the best interests
Hon, H. G, Ivwnrt, member of congress I t our people and to maintain our po-
from this district is at the Swnnnnnon ition among the people of this earth as
Hotel with his wife. They came over on of the great sub-divisions of the hu.
from Hendcrsonville this moniing nnd mo race. The appointing power of the
will return to-morrow. Mr. Ewnrt will national administration has discrimina-
speak before the republican county con- ted against our race; the same power
vention at his home to-morrow. He was has attempted to degrade our prominent
seen this afternoon by n Citizkn reprcsen- men by putting them into menial posi-
tative, and interviewed about the failure tions; and the congress has consented to
of Mr. Eaves to receive the confirmation the present condition of ignorance and
as collector for this district. illiteracy by refusing to pass the Blair
He said, "I think ti.e two districts will educational bill or some similar measure,
tie consolidated under the collcctorsliipof And the attitude of many white men who
Mr. White, and that Mr. Ivnvcs .11 be ore leaders ol the republican party to'
the chief deputy for the western portion 'vard our race is such that it appears to
of the state. He will in that way practi- indicate that our support is no longer
cully be thchciuluf thedepnrtmcnt for the desired by these men, except as their ser
olil district. I would rather not see the I vile tools, and if they voice the sentiments
consolidation, for it would iwrhnps be ol their white republican brethren, then
more convenient for the people not to we are not furthur desired by that party
have it, but the cotumit.sioiicr of internal as a republican factor in the politics of
revenue savs he will Ik' able to handle the I this State.
business us well ns with two distinets. These matters make us inquire whether
In several cases two or three of the we are now a part of the republican
Northern Slates are included in a single party? Therefore, if these views meet
listrict." I your approbation, please let us he. ir from
Mr. Ewnrt declared himself in fnvor ol you in writing whether you will permit
a national election Inw in his recent us to use your name to call for a conven-
BALLARD, RICH & BOYCE,
OF VIRGINIA. Stoves and Tinware.
Rock from Cecil, On.
H. Y. Illnirof Iielta, Til., is registered I speech nt the court house in this city, tion of the colored men of this State, to
ut the (.rand Central. I Ullt wncn tne i.odyc inn ciime tip in con'
W. ('.. lll.ilf lifrfpm,l,i H Kri'ss llc PI""d 't. To-day he said
be held in Raleigh during the month of
I., are at the Sw-iiimiiiiua.
Win. lintwislle und wife, of Rocking-
ham, arc at the Glen Rock,
I, S. (ones is at the Swaunanoa with
his wife from Charleston, S. C.
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Yen 1 1 arc at the
Swaniu.noa from Cliattnnnogn,
The thermometer stood at till at the
ll.ittery I'ark hotel this morning.
Mrs. C. A. Hall is in town and staying
at Mrs. Hi win's on College street.
The Hald Mountain excursionists re
turned last night after a delightful trip.
W. II. Ferguson, G. S. Ferguson and K
. Weleh ol Wavnesville are in the eitv
A large mimlicr of young coplc en
joyed a picnic at the Sulphur Springs yes
Mr. A lie Wliillock returned from Rich
mond this morning alter nn absence ol
Mrs. I.. C. Miller of Raleigh is visiting
her sister, Mis. J, A. Williams, on Chest
1 ii m ic Young, a blind bov fifteen
years of age, died in West End yesterday
Theo. Kuhner and family and MissCar-
rie Marks ol South Carolina have taken
rooms at the Grand Central.
The Asheville township demoe.-atie
convention will lie held at tin
bouse to-morrow at K o'clock.
Rev. Ii. W. Smith of Greensboro will till
the pulpit at the First I'resbvterian
church Sabbath morning and evening.
E. I Carter and I.oeke Craig have
turned iriim it fishing excursion to the
head waters of the Toe River, in Ynnecv
C. E. Graham has sold to l. F. l'ntton
and Natt Atkinson thirteen acres on the
"I committed myself to the principle ol
the law, but not to that particular bill,
He ilfuHt Have 'Km.
liaa "Wft," fifint,ibra nn nt fimitfi.
It was practteallv sectional in its force. I.. ... . , .., , . , , , . ..
, 1 . : ...... ,. I held s most beautiful and lovely birdies.
In a large majority ol the Northern dis-l . . , . . ...
eiiiuc uuwn mx-miy iu wnriuc nigniin-
galic melodies with us, and to throw th
sunlight of her joyful countenance upon
us, while her bright and beautiful brown
eyes shine in their magnificent splendor.
came down a few days since to spend
some time with her innnv friends in this
section. Golshoro Dispatch.
Arrival at Wavneavllle.
triets they did not intend to apply it at
all. I still sav that I am in lavor of
national election law and I think it would
lie well if one could be passed dividing
the congressional from the State election
I think that congress would have a
right to pass such a law."
Mr. Ewnrt said to-day that he would
be n candidate for rcnomination. be
fore the congressional convention which Wavnksvim.k Whitb Sri.t'iiiK, July 10.
meets nt Wavnesville, August 23. The crowd here is rapidly increasing
"I do not anticipate nnv trouble aliout The arrivals this week to Wednesday are
receiving the nomination," he said, "mid as follows: Mrs. J. C. McGreger, son
expect it to lie unanimous." and daughters, and Miss Bencle, Terra
At this stage of the conversation, Mr. Haute, Ind.; Miss Mary Atkinson, Ashe-
liwart turned the tables on the reporter, ville; H.J. IVndwick, Tcnn.j Mrs. I. V.
bv asking who the democrats would Libby. two children and nurse, New Or-
nomiuntc. He said that he thought Gen. leans; Mrs. A. Dusson, Atlnnta; Rev.
Yanee would lie the most dangerous man Jno. G. Law and family, Darlington, S.C.
they could put in the field. Worse Than Henry Blount.
Miss Jessie Humphrey, the little dulcet
blooming floweret that has been shed-
I ding quintcscent rays of exquisite loveli
ness, and illuminating our pathways
with her angelic smiles, tins returned to
her home in Lexington. Gotdsboro Dis
A GERMAN AT ROUND KNOB.
IMi-iiHiiiit Affair t.lven There
A party of young society ieoplc from
this city enjoyed a trip to Round Knob
yesterday afternoon and n pleasant ger
man there last evening. Thev returned (.- The grent Lougliran auction ne
on the e.irlv morninir train. The (iu curs on Wednesdny, July 10. On thnt
.. ., ... .... . unv inosc cnnrminc lots ivinc direct v
rori oiinti iiirnisne.i ine music lor ine oc- in front of the recent Iniu' n,mi
court ension which was a thoroughly enjoyable will be sold to the highest bidder. Lying
one. The party was chaperoned by Mr. " tnev no so near to what will be one
and Mrs. Maxwell, Mrs. Lnramore and ?l,Afle.v."le" ""t they cannot
Vfi f.ir, .1 .1 iiiiji um, iir ai.uie i ure must viuutioie
"' property in tne city, street cars will
tcinieii were tne loiiowmg : pass everv door and at the Southern end
Misses Orn Reynolds, Carrie Reynolds, will be the Inman boulevard. Finepron-
Minnic Fagg. Mnyme Hunt, M. L. Har- frlv i! wm1 n, " "OW ?-vi .
ns. Lnramore, Mary I.rwm, Nannie Lr- it one ,(f the most desirable tracts ever
win, Misnn nukes, Knnkin, Mrs. T. 11. offered for sale in Asheville.
Ilomar and Messrs. Irving Love, Geo. I Iton't forget the dale Wednesday
Willkinison. Geo. C. Cnrter. D. W. Fur. Julv
man. Clarence Rankin. Ii. W. Brovles
i rcueii iiroau, in tne western part ol the Frank Darbv. A. M. Smith. W. S. Rnv.
city, for S'.l.ooo. t-,, r , i:.i... i n v i
Mr. I. M.C.in,lll . .,f AK-nrn.l.. T, Hoblet l-rwi.. Sl,l..r f,.rl !.. i.i. . Set your dining table tastefully and
' ! iinnciflnnii'iv. it convrvi a itninv im
SPRING NO, I.
MALARIOUS FEVERS, AFFECTIONS PECULIAR
TO WOMEN, ATONIC DYSPEPSIA, AC.
UK. II. T. II1IWAKII, ill' IIAI.TIMOKK, PSUI'KKIOH I
UP IIISKASKH OP WIIMKS AND CIIILDKBN IN
WIK VNIVHKSITV OP MAKVLAND.
"Por twenty. Ave yenr. of my lirufrailuniil
lire I resided In the town of Wnrrcnton, N. C.
iime forty mile, illntiint from the HUI'I'ALO
SPRINGS, and mntinuny patient, to them,
thu. havlnR smplc npiiurtunlty of nliscrvinK
the erleet. of the water, and I feel lully war
ranted In saying thut nothing hut the want
or mountain air, the paucity of the accent.
monation. hitherto, ami the .mall pains
lanen to lirlng It Hiforc the public, eould pos.
loiy nave prevented it. UklnR rank with
that of the far-famed White Sulphur Spring
in oreenuner county, West Viririnia.
"Indeed, in a certain clou of am, it I.
much .uperior to the latter. I allude to the
abiding debility attendant upon the tardy
convalcKrnee from (trave acute diMnse., and
more especially to the Cachexia and Hrquela
incident to Molariou. Fevers, in all their
grade, and Tarletic, to certain form, of
Atonic liyK-p.la and all the affection, nr.
euliar to women that are remediable nt all
uy mineral water.. In .hurt, were 1 enlled
upon to .tate from what Mineral Water. I
have seen the greatest and most unmltin-
lilc amount of good accrue in the largest
numlier of cam la a general way, I would
u.he.itntingly .ay the lliiffalo Spring., in
Mecklenburg county, Virginia."
PLUMBING, GAS AND STEAM FITTING, SLATE
AND TIN ROOFING.
PAINTS and OILS.
THE PASTEUR FILTER
IN ALL tilKK l'OK FAMILY
ANII IIOTHI. USIS
UuMraiiteed lo be Uerm Proof.
ALL 8I.H8 KBI'T IN STOCK.
LIME! LIME! LIME!
A CAR LOAD OF
A'erre Tonic 'niierle. of Sprint: Xn. I.
Aitviiik PyniKiuIn, Dimmit of M'umen,
MI'umiimrin Pregnancy, Dltunlcn ut
Teething fnfliul., lite.
Dr. lohn II. Tucker, Hcmlrnuin, N. O.. Mem
bcr of the Medical Society of North Curo-
llns. Member of the Amcrieun Medienl
The action of the Lithla Water. Spring No.
1. 1, tnnt ol a decided Nerve Tonic. Nervous
Dyaiepla with it. train ofdi.trrssing .ymp-
toms i. prompur and permanently relieved
by it. In many of the disease, peculiar to I IJ Bulk Ol
...,,. iriTguinniic., uppre
sion. and the many mnetinnal derangements
resulting from Chloro-Anrniic conditions, I
prcseriln: this water with almost the same
confluence that I do Uulnlne in Chill, and
Fever, la Albuminuria of pregnant women
It hns proved a grent blessing."
I have observed marked licncAclnl mulls
from it. ue In the disorder, of Teething In
fants. I have sent many patient, of this
eiasa to the Npring. for the use of this water.
and without esceptlon they have returned to
me cured or greatly benefitted. "
FRESH - LIME
1 OK MAI.K-
OHIcc No. 30 radon Avenue,
Tlil.BPIIONIt NO. 40.
ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1890.
TERMS STRICTLY CASH WITH ORDER
In quantities not lcs. than one ton nt factory ....-Nc. per hundred.
In quautitie. not less than one half ton at factory 4flc. " "
aoo pound., 00 ticket., 10 pound, each ., 8.00
7oo " uh ' iio " I. . !!!! . 7. o-oo
7no " IS " (10 ' " 6.0O
10OO ' 10 " 1(10 " " ....."..".."!.... 8.00
No ice will lie delivered without cash or ticket.. Ticket, now on .ale at the office of the
Asheville Ice & Coal Company.
Telephone No. 36 and 40. No. 30 attou Avenue.
JHLLICO COAL, AT RETAIL,.
For (irate, (t5.00.ll For Stoves, 94.50.
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
For .ale at Wholesale and Retail by
ASHEVILLE ICE AND COAL, COMPANY.
reiepnone 30 and 40.
Exclusive Agent, (liotue.tic and Steam) for Wenern North Carolina.
LHWI8 MADDUX, 1'rca
L. P. McLOUB, Vlce.l'rcs.
I. B. RANKIN, Caahier.
IllKKCTom:-Lewis Maililui, M.J. Beardcn, M.J. Fagg. J. B. Rankin. I. R. R... I. H. v.rf
S. II. Iced, Geo. 8. I'owell. C. M. McLbud. "
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK,
Organised May lit, 188V.
CAPITAL, S50,000. SURPLUS,S15,000
State, County and City Depository.
Doe. a General Danklng Du.lne... Deposit received. Exchange bought and .aid cm
lection, made on all accessible polnU. The Saving Feature will reeelre apceial .tUntlon.
On all .urn. In thi. department, deposited for four montn. or longer, interest at th. r.r
of per cent, per annum will be pnld.
Special attention given to loan, on real estate, which will be placed for long time oa real
Open Irom 9 a. m. to S p. nt. On Saturday, the Saving Department will be open till n p.m.
Warehouse at Icot.
I'. O. llox o:u
NOW OPEN FOR GUESTS.
Apply for rate, of board to
M. L. Oglesby,
BUFFALO LITHIA SPRINGS. VA.-
C. E. MOODY.
Dr. B. F. Arlington.
I'ntlicr of Mrs. T. C. Slnrties, nrrived in I Joint L. Cnrroll and II. M. Junes,
the city yesterday iitul will make Ilia fu
ture liomv in Asheville. A PltT " Prliii.
Letters of incornorntion Imvc been l.corKe Heik entertumcd n puity
uranleil tlic SutiKt l.nntl Comimiiy. The of h" fr,t'ml nt."wt sl,riK ter.lay
iiicorH)rntor arc V. V. Went, W. II.
Gwyn mill II. 1.. Taylor.
The Ahlicvillc Kille club have onlcrcil
n JU.-iCrecdmoiir target for their ground.
The target will lie here next week, and
will lie used for practice .ind for the Au
KtiHt ahootiiiK tnntch.
They left Asheville on n nix-ciul car in the
afternoon, enjoyed nnpcrat tlieapriiiR.
and ret u rm d nt midnight. Those who
were present were Mrs. Conncllr, Misses
invasion of refinement and eleennce. Ev
ery requisite for this, in china, glass, ail
vcr, cutlery, etc., as well as a lurge and
cnoice stock ol ornamental (tootla, at 07,
r'j and 01 S. Alum street, Asheville.
J. 11. Law.
The Perfect Hammer Resort,
Mountain Park Hotel, Hot
Hpr1n, N. C,
nrnrtnir tnntint.iin nip lMn,t !l..t miwm
Mary nnd Alice Connelly, Mr. and Mrs. health, pleasure, home comforts and the
Richmond Pearson, Mr. and Mrs. Culde- utt tnule t'1 South. No dust. Pure
roil Carlisle. Mr. and Mrs. Cl.nrl... Me. n" woter anil ierlectannitar
kt ... .. ... I unmiiiiiiiii lnwi Wll
u ill ii:. ait. mid .iri. i if), it. i. v m nr. i u . i.: a. i ' -
TllP l-PITIllrir iHM-liiiii r.f i t Mnvn nn, U( I t. i. I .. " iisii in,
bowling, ihootinR gatlrrv, tennii, ball
room, music, and a well cfiuipprd livery.
PL. 1 A L... .1 1 a ! f a
iic uuiiiB urc uic miroi in Amrnca nna
Monnl of Alilt-rmcn will k held to-nitrht.
It in nrolml.lc Uinta In rue iimoimL oil Home New IncorporatlonNi
litMiiicits will lctninactcil, at no meet- The Onklnml Lniul Company hns Iwen tlie thermal waters are on unexcelled Se
i ha. U-cn held for three weeks. incorporated with a capita, of $200,000. ifJZZnZh dio'f "the
lr. Walter C. IlrowiiinK, of I'hilnilcl- ' "c i"mcs of the incorporators are C. K. skin and blood. Resident physician at
lihi.i. I'll., is at the llntterv I'nrk withnn '-'', 1. oinrnes, w
ol his propose
SwannaiKin this morning'
The Asheville Gun Club will arrange
for n xranil inzc shootinr match for An-
K"st 0, 7 nnd K. The match will I open
to the world and the club exjiccts to ive
from $t,ooo to $l,Soo in prizes.
Trunk L,ouihran has bought from T.
K. Jones and II. S. Iliukins, the three
lehn.liccn on the Brou..ds "' nO, .H.V. Garrett and George H. JZ'm MdT. SJK"
c,l Kcnilworth Inn near the Sltlr""' The I'ine Grove I.nnd Compa- & JftJSZ
nv u-illi n .no Int nftllil null ..... .1 J- ... .. ..... . I:'
v ........ ... uia., in-1 at toe Mountain I'nrit Hotel 94.00,
corpornted to-dnv. The stockholders art ..Tr: ! : 7
T C Stnmra c F r.mhnm w I ckn. ' "'"ntire nas just returned
T. t . Stnrncs, C. K. Graham YV. I.. Sho,si, from TenncMee with , cnrJ,ond of fine
K" 1 Gnrrctt and II. A. White. There are thirty-two ol them,
ASIIHVTLLK. N. C. lulv 7. 1H00.
The chairmen of the Democratic Execu
tive Committees of the different town
ships in Hiincomlic county are rcscct-
and they will be killed and sold at the
market ol r. t. Mclntirc & Co., 18
Aortn v.ourt square
As Happy aa Lordav,
T.inrifl V Rr Rrntsin h.v. ntnvA I,..
story ami imscmciit lniililmK', No. 47 '""X reipiesieu 10 can a townampconven- new studio on South Court I'lnce and
South Main street, ndioiuinit the Na- K"?..'1' J S"furdn3r the l2th dny .f July, invite their friends and the public to call
tim.nl Ilnnk of AshevilK, f.,r . , ..,, B""noi nqin?oe ca c. on them. Entrnnc from the iron stairs
Wm. Ilutts nnd Thos. Sliiifnnl. 111 called to be held at Asheville on Satur-
1 1 11 1. l-.i . c.t.L . lny the 10th inst.. to select dclrirntea for A Bad Railroad Wreck
,n,lh iUl,l t llin, 11(111 U 1IUIIL VCB)- I , , . x ... .1
Unlay. They were brouulit Iwfore the ! SSSII t t?irrprf "' he Dcmof.rnt of occurred several days ago on one ol our
iiruiiy. 1 iiywcre uroufciii oeiorc tne the same at the udicial convention at must Imnortnnt tU,U T iu vi
Mayor tins morning and Uutts was llryson City on the 24th inst. Tor the hurt hut all th h.n.. . . .ii
r,.,.l r.n ci, r., 1 committee. I'. M Mrtm'n rkm' u.. n m ,.
h-.w.. unuiuiu nn. uin.nui)iKii, . .... v u nuiicrirftT imnKi was smasnea uo.
Buy one. Sold by dealers. Made br II.
in pursuance or n call for a county con- Koundtrce & liros., Kichmond, Va.
A Mew Road to Bllaa.
If you arc wise and wish to become
I severnl nninfnl nil. "Present this county in the judicial con- healthy and wealthy also, yon will use
" pn,n 1 "" vention to be held nt Charleston on the Kollcr King or Klectric Light flour; be-
2th inst. and nt Rnlcigh on the 80th of cause the Asheville Milling Company's
John I-'itZRcrnld, who nccompnnic, one
, , ,11 in,, nutiiiev ti
cue cicy gitruagc wagons ns a rancr, vention made through the chairman of
mi unuer ine icum niiciicii 10 nis wagon tne democratic committee or the county
yesterday afternoon on west College "r thc P"nosc of selecting delegates to
street, and received
on thc face.
, August prox., a convention of the Ashe- flour Is notonly the best but thecheaoest
. ---- ------- vine township is hereby cnlleri to meet nt
The regular weekly shooting for the the court house on Saturday the 12th A
Kcvnolds void medfll wna held hv lh I Inst. at V2 o'elnek m.. In isrliL.lt all tUm I jt
Asheville rifle club yesterday. Dr. S, W. democrats of the township are requested New Advertisement To-Ddy.
llnttlc will wear the medal for the next r"l..rr.e?"r"...i?L?,t .aVlatn
fwcelf. The score wnina follows: 8. W. vention, which is to meet nt Asheville on
Ilnttle HO, J. F. Groves 78, A. H. Ilnird the 10th dny of thc present month. Bimiia. at bchoou-m
70. N. A. Reynolds 73, C. W. Mnlone 73. "J ,,le committee.
Pllllnu teeth a antvlnllv. irvntu... .ti..
vmk-,1 Kums, anu nil niicnst-N HTtiiininj ti
the len till structure lillice roouis cm I'at-
ion avenue, over Kuj-sor t ttinttlr. druK
WILL BE OPEN FOR THE SEASON 0
1890 ON JUNE 1ST.
Aeeominoilnllun. the very lirst this niouu
tain country can afford. Term, renannnl
The World Famous, uncou.ld. u., " c lo ma" ,""' '""'. Pool.
uuranie anil beautiful bowling alley, bull room, maale, etc.
Are recommended by the beat artiata. Com.
and eiamlne our kooiIs iKfore buying else-
wn.re at no. 87 l'ntton avenue. Tunins
ana repairing- apeeliilty.
a M. WILLIAM CO.
Jul ylirl liwm
F. A. MILES, HI. D.
Gold, Silver. Ivory, Oak. Ollt anil Comlil
nation Moulding. Al.u Koom Moulilina..
Picture. Matted, Mounted and Framed a
lowest prices and work guaranteed. Ungrav
VIA CHIC AOO, MII.WAI'K III! At ST. PAUL r'ntln" "d Local Views always on
NEW TRANS-CONTINENTAL ROUTE.
AND KOKTHBKN PACIFIC K. R'8.
Through Pullman Mrrulnu .. 1.. . u,
rur m. i-nui ann MlnnrnKll.,
" Fargo, North Imkota.
H;lcn..rnd l,UUc- Mntann.
" The Vellnwstnne I'nrk.
f ixikine Fall anil Tncoma.
Best Unuir to ttiM((l. n.f .. 11 l
r...i .i-.i " i-aeine
The Scenie line to c.llr..rin .1.
ri ,k. u ...... u... - rurimoo
Tickets on .ale
For infonnatlpn .apply l.i'any Agent, or
d', A. V. II. C ami'k nt Kg. tfeneral Pnl
Honthern Pascngcr Agentj Loui.vllle. Ky.
aa S. Main Hi.,
apr is) d
Any neraon wlshin. in 1.... . u .
a- Li ST 10 eu on the un
from"iu '"l,y- Al".a n,W cow ,vln ,n,,0rtcd Cl",r"
1 ..j.. K A
Una Just received a large assortment of thc
lintst quality of plug cut .moklng tobacco.
nlso Turkish pcrinut misture; the very beat
Anc cut chewing tobacco, und a fresh lot of
. ANIlltUXIIM .
!I7 lleanlen Avrnut.
Fin. nalr Nnmi,. ....in... .
win work !,,,: i."."s :.,..rc,,,.""'"ni
5u" Bf !! k- IWCnVaWS
Your choice of ratnn .tick. UH and as
CHEAP RATES TO ALL POINTS.
naiiroaa licet, nought, .ulil and es
changed. All transaction, guaranteed.
C. F. RAV,
. 1 i ,br the iimmer my fnrnl.hed T,1C,!'t.,"'l,C,, 0,",0"lt """nnnnoa Hotel,
bouae, I'JT ,:nrwood atreel, ataliira, large I Ju'yTdlm
grove, good gHnlen, fruit treea. will' make
... iu ainan lamuy.
lulyNdllt "'"' "' , uwul'1'-
JJOKHB TO LBT.
Haddle or harness, by the day. Ai
I,,...., WM. A gill UK,
Jn'yldnt lllltmore. N, C.
NOTICE TO CUSTOMERS.
Bstsv ons-0. M. William. A Co.
. n. r. A.aiKOTus nurgeoo IKntlat.
us. art bciiool lira. 1
HnrrAi.o Litaii Ru.moa M
July 0, 1800.
Tikis. A. Jonkk, Chairman,
SUMMER ART SCHOOL.
D. L. Reynolds 72, II. I). Weaver TJ, 0.
YY. Cannon 72. II. C. Jones 71. 1. A. Ren-
. I MHir.nMAW.i.. 1 1
gnnuo, i. i..jonnaon07. L1.T1,..; Ti,.- i. .1 TL-Lju-. Jlynd Aaguat-ln.tn.etl on In drawing
The c ub have dec ded to make the con. r . ,r "'i? V.V," "uw "..? "'" "" .?'
test for the prizes In August open to the decided to buy a lot at the irre'nt Louirh. f ?rt.",I??.".trti.0i P2.0.,'.,rc",,
,. . . 1 1 ,.,.,.;,, , m.ii. ni.i.sasin vaani faniinaiiwr
kuujs I .mi. Muv.wi. 1 junegoaini Ul New York llltv.
Will bm At
3a Bailey Street
Bach morning eieeptlng Wednesday and
I Baturday to receive piano pupil, or to mak.
I arrangements lor lesson.. ftprcUl attention
W th. undersigned proprietor, of the "1v'M to ensemble playing, particularly for
Asheville knrlier .hop. after July 18 will thou who wl.h to Improve In reading music
enarge in cent, ror .haves or two for aft I Trrm. ain on an ivn . m, . ...
!.. h.l. ..... . ... , . lHMWF
cent, dveln. m:..-. " o l"lh of le,.on, or whether In
price, will be atrictly ailhereil to.
W. if, Martin,
R. L. Flournov,
T. J. HMNRR,
F, J. PRA.aiNiiTim,
A. L. Bvxaa,
W. A. Fos-trr,
Uso. W. Drown.
cl.sa. Payable In middle of Quarter.
No. B9 llearrien avmus flie mm
ni.ncu. AUUly to
. . . R. L. ORAHAM,
JitlyNdSt la I'atton Ave.
MiM Mary C. Reynolds, of Mt. Augustine,
lonoa. .. reanv to mv. nn.iiis im iini
ft ner rooms, so Bailey tlreet.
tor sale or rent.
to receive pu.nl. in Botany
Five hundred Inada of nlee fare e,uk. .!. .
Iile for building pnrpose.. Aiiplv to
lulvndSlw Kamoth, N. C.
ONB OF THB
In tlio South.
Service und tublc I'irat
. . I . . , '
kWv ..aI 'Jl'viti-.
WALK FROM TUB
Pass the door .very 10
For term, address
H. J. GREENWELL, Proprietor.
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
217 Haywood Street.
All WATUR TBOROl'GHLV FILTERED on the PrcmlKI.
Twenty-live yenr. of practical eapcrirnce. combined with I'Khsonal attention to atl de
tail, of the business and perfect arrangement, fur clbanlinrm and rvmrv of all good,
manufactured, enable the proprietor to present to Ills numerous patron, a .uperior elasa ot
Vichy and Seltzer Wa ;er in Siphons.
Oliiger Ale anil all the vnriou. flavor, of SODA WATBR ready for shipment and delivered
free in City limit.. Out of town orders must have RK.ruMsinLg reference.
C. H. CAMPBELL.
ONLY EIGHT MILES FROM ASHEVILLE ON THE A. & S.-RAILROAD.
-A HOME IN-
A lovely building bit nils I no fed In shndy grove bv
the Hnest mint-nil apriuga in the Mouth nt So to Slim.
A ipilet plnce, hlh, dry, line view, nnd good society.
I'lnce well In i il od with wide at recta all main avenura
inn feet wide. Two cimil new hotels, depot, dully
miiila. etc. rikylimd Springa ia a new and popular re.
sort nnd bound to grow. Buy now fur a cottage ur
na nn Investment.
Trums leave Aahevillc ut U.10 a. m. and return at 7
p. m. 1'5 cent..
OTIS A. MILLER,
fehi 1 dm Skylaild P. O., Tf. C.
SKYLANI) MINERAL. SPRINGS, N. C.
Eight Miles South of Anlicvllle, on thc A. & S. Railroad.
New hotels, new cottage., ne
furniture, beautiful grove., neat tennis and croquet lawn.,
48 MINERAL SPRINGS.
White Hulphur, Alum, Mngnraln, Iron nnd lipaoin. Those seeking health and pleasure and
select society will not full lo visit this pkuaunt resort and drink of It. healing water..
E, A. LeVENE,
AHhcvllle, N. C.
Near Paaaensrer Depot,
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Manulucturer. and Daalcra lo all kind, of Dressed
Door, Hauls, Blind, Mouldings, Stalrwork, Mantels, Bank
and Bar Fixtures, and all kinds of Building; Material. '
Hard Wood Lumber Work a Specialty.
novl4dly Telephone Mo, aft.
Dealers in Wall Paper, Window Shadesaud Patent Hanger,
Falnta.Olr.aad V.rnl.he., Ma.ury'a MI.ed PaloU and Colon. Window Ola.., hot
French and Americas
We keep In stock Ht. Loul.and Kentucky Lead,
A WIND STORM
May Come and go, but we are Here to Sell Goods and are
.Uolng to Sell Them.
DID YOU HEAR WHAT WE SAID?
0WS FOR BALB,
Smral grade Ji
pos RBNT JULV 1ST.
gallery over Law', .tore,
naiinra .ml Urlnflnw fAtt.
Xartmeuii comenonlou. and r.ar bf acce'.
poly lo . BBAHDUN, NANKIN cST'
HP oogg aiaia airfCI.
We have Htraw Hat. 1 cent to U0 cent. each. Hplcndld line of Shore cheaper thun any
ther houseee them. Nine nnd Ten Quarter Shirting by th. case, Prints, Ginghams,
c,, ace., at any price you would ask them. Some all IMIk brew Good. IS cent, per yard.
Would .ay more but this will convince you.
Asheville Dry Goods Co.,
A1 . ' f P-P9VB1.L, MMrer.
At old .land, lat door below Ftnninian a Co. 'a Uardwan Store.