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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: MONDAY EVENING, JULY 14, 1800.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
II. D. CHILD, business Manager.
Tub run.T Cithkn will be puhlUhrri every
alternoon tcxccpt Kliuiluy) At tbc following
rules Htrivtly cush:
One Venr $0.0(1
Mil Months ,. a. on
Three. Montlis,.,,; l.flo
Ul' N(tllttll..M.... SO
One Weak.... 18
Our currier will ilcltver tlie puier every
afternoon in every part ol the city toourauu
vtTllK rs, awl parties wanting It will please
euil at the Citizkn Office.
Aiivkutiiinu Rats -Reasonable, And made
known on AppllcHtlon at this otlice. All
ln.ut.icnt advcrtwcuivau uiust be paid In ad
The Citiibm li the most extensively drc
luted uml widely read newapupcr in wcstci
Its iliacnMioa of puhllc men and measures
la in the interest of public integrity, honest
h'tivcrnmcnt, and proapcroua industry, and it
hiiiiwh no personal allegiance in treating pub
SiH'ciiuen eople. of any edition will be sent
i. vc iu ..i.y one acutnug tncir auurcaa.
Kcnilinft- aoticea ten cents our line. Obitu-
nry, iiiiirriage and ftocictv notlcea Hl'ty cent
nn M Be Controlled Here.
Mr. I.. N. Cox, therepresentntivcof the
company to whom the electric Hunt con
tract hits been awarded, is in the lit v. He
stated to a reporter this morninc that
nui ON Trie. fcVfc the plant would be in readiness bv Oct. 1
OF A GOOD SEASON.
WHAT IS DOING AROUND THAT
the tune called tor In the contract. The
engineer is exjiected this afternoon, mid
he will determine the location of the site,
and will have work begun. There will he
power for 100 arc and 1,000 incandes
cent lights. The bond is being prepared
and is to 1c furnished to-day. Mr. Cox
leaves to-night lor Statcsville where he
has just obtained the contract for a wa
it is not improbable that a company
styled the Citizens Heat, Light and Tow
er will take the locul contract off ol his
It rained here yesterday. Or, to be bands.
cnell (not ejLcueuinu ten lineal nr tit'tv cent I ...... I:..:.. I l... 1... .1... I
ikt inch. -i""-". " -" i.i.v..i. mi A Well Known colored Man Dead
time tlie bands on the olliee clock indi-
Tlic OrcheHtra on Hand and
fltMiHunt nance Held Hal-urday-Tenuis)
One of the
Hut Springs, July H,
MONDAY, l'LY 14, 1800.
THK UAIL.V CITlkKN-
Iu mi anle at the following place, in Ashcville
c i i.tvn urmo.
1IA 1 111KY PAKK NEWS STAND.
C.l.liN KUCK NtiWS STAND.
MllHKL CIOAR STOkli. l'ulton Ave.
J,',.K!ioN s stokb, Nona Court I sccnicil to come from the clouds in one
PERTINENT AND PERSONAL.
Nf About AHhevlIliiuiH and ol
Wrantira Within Our (iatcM
15. HatitV, of Viruinin, is al the Swamiii
W. II. liuprvr, id' Waco, Texas, is at tin
Ocinae iJillaiil, ol U'lVlun, ttlun, is at
tlie lileu Kuck.
Mrs. V. S, llronks ol Oiluniliia, S. C
is at tlie Swaimaiioa.
Henry H. Cotton, nl Murphy,
tered at the Cleu Kock.
II. T. K.teky, ol Staunton, Vn
tcrc.1 at the Swaimaiiua.
. S. Rowley, M. R, represents Give-
land at the llallery I'aik.
Vt.II. A. Williams mattress lacloiv
has a tili-plnmc. It is utimlier s I.
I'liere were I '.'7 arrivals at the
pal Inuds yesterdny anil Saturila
C. K. Hiiielimaii, is rrv.isii-ml at tlu
('rami Central irom Inlinstown I";
i r.'init rrcsuni ami J. J. Cogens, an
at the Mattery Park Irani Kuowille
I'miii Coyle and M. Collins represent
lolinsioii Cite, Tumi., al the 1'naml Ccu
Kkli.u.l Ilcnuk- aial the Mi.-cs Her
neks, ol Xew I 'rii-iins. are al the Halterv
1 lie linsiol, 1 am., p. ii ly ol cNeiii sioii
isls It-It yeslinl.i v ill Ca it. Mdlcc's pi i
Kev. MeNeely I 'nlmse's child is tlmttxtit
t In in. proving, an. I the cur-is cj! its ill
ness is passed.
Li. n. Watsio! u-ii to il.iv lur a twi
weeks' irip to Ni V.nk, ami ml
l.eroiaul l'liiiir and lamilv ami Mrs
A. U. M.irtin. are at tlie liaturv Pari.
I'mm Augusta, tla.
Mrs. iicln-w Tat lor ami Miss Tailor.
"( Peters 1 hi rg. a., are visiting at Mr
T. C. Collins', on I'cpot streel.
1 lie ooaiu t eiamty eouiniissioiti-rs
mrt in "ccial session to-day lor the pur
pose ol rcviMiin llieeoamy la list
Kev. . P. 1 1 nth. mi, I '. R. ol' Scotland
X.vk. nrrived in the city yesterday anil is
the -licit ot l.'r. Carroll, lo:i Mcrrinion
J.is. . Il.irvet, aged ''.". of lnoil!e.
andMia. r.iniit.i Myers, aged h, ,. -r-nainlt,
were manied liy l.s.niie C. V.
M.Jol llaa uiiiruiiiji.
i ae .oi in .nam streel electric ear
Jtmiieil the track nt the vomer of Wood-
nil street this unniii;g and it took mote
than an hour to pm it buck.
the will of the late Mrs. V. S. M.
Chapman has Ucn admitted to prulxitc.
I". C. Roberts, ''. Millikcn and T. II.
Cuhb are immed as executors,
Mrs. A. M. West lind family, of Sa
vannah, Cm.; Mrs. Shcrmil anil tin
Misses Slienod, of Montgonicry, Ala.,
are at lr. Reeves on Spruce street.
T.l.m V i "1". f . a n.r, 1. ., Mitnml ..,.
j o w ..i i i. .i:...i: " ""
" ' " " , " u who has been taking care of the horses
: , ..v - nnd of the HoM CompanVi di(.d nt
-....J, , l'" M hi, home on Church street yesterday. He
"VIK WMfc nil. 1IB 1JIC119U..C Ulll. 1CIICBII' I , ,j , e A.
'. , , 1 , ., I was 40 years old and the father of Char-
iuu u it.iu.uc-r s. tower us ever gruceu me i u. , .
. . . , . ,. , , . I ley Kicketts, the boy who was killed at
1.IUI.IHUIIIH. AIIU 11 UIU THUl. 1 nc WQUT ,i v, i, .
cmc itaiuiji . ui iv u.'cci 0uiiiei.lul.COB Itgo,
Tliw tii..,nl..ra nftliM ...
uuui unci, sc.cill.l riliuci c.ltl.l ... IOC' US-I II a- A J 41 l- I
, , , 0 , making n collection to defray the funeral
ual succession of drops. So henvy was . . . , ,, ,
, , a, , , , expenses. He hnd not been able to work
me siiiiwer tiiat ioreiiu unit, just ue I e ... i . r . . ,
... . ' J . I for emht weeks and his family is in neei v
v.iml tin il.niit finm tl,,. hn.nl nr,,ilrl nnl I '
. . . I circi....i..iiccs.
lie seen irom tlie vcraiula ol tlie latter.
The lightning was particularly sharp, Uealti of Mr. Knapp
the thunder resembled more the heavy I Mr. C. H. Knapp died at the homeof his
firing of artillery and all in all it was n son-in-law, C. D. Clarke, near the West-
regular mountain thunder shower. Hut ern North Carolina depot, Saturday at
alter it had continued for a half hour the " P- Mr. Knnpp was 5S yenrs old anil
sun broke through a coi ner of the dark- died of consumption. The funeral was
est cloud and a few minutes later was 'leld at the house by Rev. McXecly I (tr
ailing majestically through n sea ol hose, pastor of Trinity Ivpiseopnl church
unbroken blue. The shower was over. yesterday ulternoon at 6 o'clock, and
livci Tilling is moving smoothly nt this the interment was at the cemetery. The
pleasant little resort. Mouutuiii Park I1"" 'carers were A. 0. Ilnllvburton, J
telis rapidly tilling up. Hctwccn " Mcllowcll, h. E. Mcllowcll, It. 11.
and H ii guests arc already here. The Cosby. " . A. Hhtin nnd . !. llhnr.
hotel corridor nnd parlors have anani-l A Ciaod Idea.
mated appearance .at all hours of the i.Vni;n.wl k'imr M n .i:...- ,..i
lay. II.it Sjiriugs lias fairly launched
lorlhou w hat promises to be the most
saccessliil summer season of its historv.
The hotel orchestra arrived Saturday.
It consists of thrtc pieces, and is tinder
the able leadership of T. J. Harford. On
the evening of their arrival a pleasant
dance was given in the ball room.
Amung the attendants were all of the
younger and many of the older guests ol
the hotel and Mcsdamcs Sallord nnd
Marshall, who arc on a visit to their
parents Col. and Mr. RumlHiugh, their
publisher of the International Journal of
Surgery, of Xew York, is nt the Swanna
imn with his wife. Ir. King is here for
the purpose of writing up this section for
Ins pnH-r, which is circulated among
physicians, ami who it is thought will
send their patients here when the climate
is brought to their attention through
Con-mil Hie KeiclHler.
Visitors to Ashcville will find it a great
convenience to consult the boarding
two sisters, the Missis Ru.nbough and h,"llsc K'Ut in the reading room of the
A Tradeaman Inaulta Royalty.
A short time ago an amusing incident
occurred at Freiburg, in Germnny. Two
ladies were standing in front of a shop
winnow, examining tne wares exninitcu
for sale, when the owner of the establish
ment, impatient at their not entering his
premises, torn tneni saarpiy tnut tncy
hnd been there long enough, nnd request
ed them to move on. The ladies walked
away without a word of remonstrance.
Half an hour later a footman in court
livery called at the shot) and asked the
ill-mannered tradesman, on behalf ol the
Hereditary Grand Dnclicssot Ilnilcn.how
much she owed him fur having looked in
nt nis suop window. New ork Journal
The Austrian Archduke, Francis Fer
dinand, is an exceedingly wealthy but
far from handsome man. He has a short
body, with long limbs, a small head
licrchcd on a long neck, and a prodigious
New Advertisement To-Day.
I.oaT This Otlice.
Waxtrd itm Chestnut atreet.
PllMALK iNaTITI TK W. I' liieklnsoii.
Tim. Sun pOH imiu The Sim, New York.
Mt. Mitcuki.i. IIhtki. iipiiKc Moore.
MT. MITCHELL IIOTKL,
BLACK MOUNTAIN STATION.
S1.3II PUR DAY. $.1 TO 7 I'HR WHHK
Neiirest to Chimney Kink, Cntuwlm
Pnlla and Mitchell's Peak.
Jlll.v1-t-.l-Jm SI'AC'.i; Si MIIIIKK.
Female - - - Institute
'nsnrnnsNt-il ill tllnrouc'lin.-Ka nf IiimIi-iu-.
'.inn, hritlthlnliu-sa nnd lii-iiutv ol' lociitlim.
iilipmntiiieiits lor eiimfiirt. mural inilncmc.
lerina renanniilile. Kev. 1.. W. Muurc lidded
lo the J'acultv. Order ciilnluuue
W. V. UICKIXSDS,
July 1'J fin riiiul t'nuii llm-k I'ttrtxt. In l'lnt
Kuck ir Axhi-villt'. riil uiilil Itcinla Ktrnnir itti
tint' chain. Ki turn tu thin ullav and rtcviw
A tviiniiin or itirl, white or eolnrcfl. for Ken
rill hnnscwork. Must lie- well reeumiliellileil.
lM'l nt Itlll CKliSTNI T ST.
jlilj 1 l.lllt
Mr. Harry Kuinboiigh. It was a dceid-
II v pleasant alfair and was closed
shortly alter 1 1 o'clock with an old time
(ii Friday night a progressive euchre
parlv was given in the parlors, livery
body went as a matter of course ami
To t.adleit of M. K. church. Mouth
Voung Men's Christian Association. The
register contains a list of the hoarding
houses of the city with location, dcscri
turn nnd prices. No charge is made
those consulting it.
At It AKUlfl
Chas. Walker has Iktii arrested in He
everybody ciijiiyid themselves. The first I dc-rsonville for an a (fray with Siiirli
pri.-.e lor ladies, a rose jar. was taken In I Anderson in this city. The nlfair ih'
Miss Lillian Sutton. Tlicsccond, n silver leurml some time ago, and Anderson v
lion lion box, was won by Miss Kum- slightly cut with a knife. An officer h
t I .1... . i. . , . I. . .- ....
i"il:ii aim cue iiiiru, me iioooy. was l neen senr lor wn ker. lie is tin- tn.n
iven to .Miss Alice .Miller. Among the I that was almost fatally shot bv George
genileiucn .Mr. I.edrand took the first (tibsott at Ililtmorc.
prize, a silver match sale. Mr. Harry
k iiiii 1 1. in-. I. I ,1... .........1
" "-....,, i ..I i i , ,..,:., f ,i, ...t
. ..... v. fc. -. i iiiii inw ul uiui ,
o.cuu iiuiions.an.i .Mr. Marry . loss izi,, work of the W'omaus Mission
had no conicliliou for the third, a hot- nry Society in the bounds of the Western
tie of catsup. I North Carolina Conference will lie held
i i ,-, ..i . hi Salisbury on the the tit h and 7lh
.i ii-iiii. i ,,i tennis ii.ici n o.ive arr. veil l . iLi... .
, , . , , (luiin,, .-vickic 11. 1 II IB eilllVC'Ilt.l
... .ue... si, cn oai siimitiie nrsi game ol from the auxiliaries of Ashcville and
tlie eason lias lieen won and lost. The I l-rnnklin districts will please promptly
urt i .-.rtaiiilv ime ni'ilii' i"i,i,i i., . I,., notily Mrs. I. Ii. Kay of Ashevil e. . C.
molllltaius. It lies ilnn-tlv in ll- rv..i I ".'" "
... .... .Nk.tillllttN, ll mvlilum in l,.!..il. ...... .1
en.i oi me iiotci aini on grounii ns level mil attendance from auxiliaries is urged
'Kiass. .mks. J. Ii. K.v
ii. I...., i... i..... i ,, I
iiiiereo. is t uc w ay r ; ,,.
meemiiusiasl spoke ol it yesterday and ment .f the Alliemarle l-cmalc Instiiute
he was certainly right. If Hot Springs This institution stands among the best
lots not come forth with some champion 1 "'" sviioois. it mis long enjoyed an
tennis players it will not lie Ixiau
lll'il,lll r.,. Il.li.tl I,. itm I.!.. I. ..I.....
. i. ,,..-.. . ..,,.-.! ,r, ,11, lllll Ulllllllfiril
ii- I ill ennt-ntiiin uouli- it n.lc-n. ......
' " "" oi pretiiesi ami most location are inmost miMvnled.
eoiiycnient courts in the country.
Mr. A. II. llrousouofNew York isdown
here lor a lew days ami is incidentally
surveying with pride the work of his son
Mr. A. W. Ilronsou, who has, since the
lepartureof Mr. I'uolittlc. acted asman-
eomniend parents to see its cutnlogue lie-
ii.re iievioing iixin n senool
net your inning mine lasteliilly am
hlindHlKlli'lV. If .-.lm-nva n .In.i.M
iter, in mm capacity lie lias shown iircssion ol refinement and clcirnnec. liv.
lumsell to lie a thorough hotel mini mid cry retiiusite lor this, in china. L'hiss. si
"The lilnck .Mountain Alum find Iron the work of his son.
icllivteil only credit on himself. Mr.
Ilronsou, senior, is (iiilc satisfied with
Springs company" isaniw incorporation
lure. . S. (".mnt. J. M. Uchols and S.
W.ikiUlc arc- the im'orKirntors. The
capfc.il stuck in sau.oon.
There f .tn p!eaitit gerin.iu at the
Ilattcry r.irk Saturday night, compli
inciitary tu the party of Uristol excur
sionists. C. W. Murphy led ami about
lil'tvcu couples were on the lloor.
Ii.inicl llortoii, a shoemaker working
in the basement of the ('.rand Central
hotel, became insane ami was commit
Uil to jail Si. tin ilny. His friends ii
South Ciitolinu have liern notilivd by telegraph.
i iierv wire iiiree c.iks in t He mayor s
court this morning. C. C. Kuykeiulal, n
drunk, was lined if. 'I, Hick I'loiirnoy, for
tnistieatinu Culhc linker, was lined $1,".
and costs. Lee Foster was charged
with selling liipior on Sunday, but was
discharged us the evidence was not audi
cieul lo convict him,
A Modern Need for Hlccp.
Tlicre is not one man or woman in lo.
(hid who cnu nllonl tu do without seven
or eight hours.' hleep, All those stories
written about great men and women
who slept only three or four hours a
night, make very interesting reading, but
I tell you, my readers, no man or woman
ever yet kept health in body nnd mind
iora nuinmroi years with less t linn seven
hours sleep, - Anicriciins need more slcn
than they are getting. This hick mnkes
them so nervous, and the insnne iivlums
so populous. If you can get to bed early
inc.. nsu niriy. u vou cannot get to
led till lute then rise late. It may be ns
v-iiriuwu utr one nimi to rise nt H ns it
rcr, cutlery, etc., ns well ns a Inrce nn.
choice stiK'k of ornamental goods, at 57
i.rjoiiu bi s. .Main street, Ashcville.
J. H. Law
The Ierfecl Muminer Menort
Mountain Park Hotel, Hot
MprlniiM, N. C.
Ilrncing mountain air, liratitilul scencrv
lii'iiltli, pleasure, home eomlorts and the
iK'st table in the South. No dust. Purr
v I lltld l.l.lltlilillll wnlpr nml ,it.rh.f
weeks ago manager of the Highland arrangements. Swimmim wool will
I'ark Hotel at Aiken, S. C. The latter bathing suits ns at seashore. Milliards
has held several excellent oo.ition. i il. "" "ng. shooting gal erv, tennis, ball
... . i. ...... - . . ronm. music, nnd a we II euuitmr.l livrrv
note,, o. ,i asu.ngion ami the east. Thc ,wlhl un thc fllll,t j XnuTieanu.
Among the uuests who have i.rriw.l i., the thermal waters are an unexcelled ik-
the last lew days mid who will ......,l m ci,ic r rhcumntism. gout, sciatica, ner
hast part of the season here arc Mr. M.
ue iiuiKcs me iK-si manager we have
ever had," he proudly remarked yestcr
terilay. For bis assistants thc young
manager has two ellicient clerks iu the
Itsoiis of Mr. II. I'ortcrand Mr. II.
W. Fuss. The former was until n fev
vous exhaustion nnd nil discuses of the
skin ami blood, Kcsidcnl physician at
Trniiis lenve Ashcville for Hot Springs
ivscn and daiichu-r " m" 's" '" "nl 7 P' '" I'-'
ijsin ami daiigl.ur curllin tickets including one dnv's board
rtson of Columbia, at tuc Mutain Park Hotel $ 4.00.
I', LcCiriind and fnmily and Mr, S. C
Marks and family of Montgomery, Aln.,
Mr. I-. Van llenthiiy
and Col. T. J. kolwrtson
Mr. and Mrs. William Pnttom.r m,il,i..i.
plan, Mrs. M. S. Fcrrill and child of Sey (rZ4 " "" Mc,"f "" J"" .returned
T vi,. i . .. , from Tennessee with a car load of fine
luorc. Texas, Mrs, Margaret kyle and t.ri. There are thirty-two ol them,
Miss Koehucl Carson of Cincinnati, Mrs. and they will be killed and sold at the
dii Sutton and Miss Lillian Sutton uf nmrkct ' - Mel n tire c Co., 1H
Louisville, Mrs. M. L. McCnw nnd I "rl" omt ll"lrc"
W. Ii. McCiiw of Mm-on, Gn Mr. W. I A Had Railroad wreck
S. Chisholm, jr., of Savannah, li, Liclwr- occurred several days ngo on one ol our
ninn ol Knleigh.Jns. E. Hrced nnd family .m"M "niHirtnnt trunk lines. Nobotly
- ""I- ..ii me ....UU..UC exeent xnc
wile of Middlesborough. ty one. Sold by denlcrs. Made bv I
Hue MultliiKH and Troualnits).
W. Kountltree & ftros., Richmond, Vn.
s mr norwrr no rise iu o,, i counsel my
thirty minute! before your public ii
(icaninec, i'hysiciiius sny that it sudden
rcndcrlrritV'e nil when the v nrc rcs(
Ilut let the roiuMiiu IkII be rung at least
jumnout of bed gives Irregular motion
to the pulse. It takes hours to get over
a tod sudden rising. Oivc us time after
yoti.utll . us to roll over, gnr.e at the
world full in the liiec.und look before you
leap. Home Journal.
The old Andcrsniiville Prhinii Is to Is;
tnriHwl'Into) n clubhouse by n Urnnd
Army Post. It has lwcn ptirchnsed byj
Cnptuiit, Crawford, uf Macon, 0a,
C,mitMlenf.,i.w.,l.fi..l .1... " "".
only. A full line of the latest styles Chcv- . Ifyu nre nnd wish to become
lots, worsteds, cassimercs and diagonals ,cn l,,v nntl wealthy also, you will use
arc ollerrd for anle nt 1'J Putt,,., Holler King or lilectric Light flour: lic-
lor thc next four days. These goods are canuK t,,e Ashcville Milling Company's
from n first clnss tailoring establishment fl,,Ur ntlv thcliest but thechcnix-st.
KClerly0nXc, . WHav nfter to-morrow I. the day. It
TiZ - ow, nZ?y " b"r8"m- ' ft Krcnt Loughrnn snle'will
w.NTRon, rrop-r. ,(!", " ? fhTV
hotel will be sold to the highest bidden.
the city. The
They arc nn the
ly a few minutes'
1 I ! - ' , r
i.rirl.nr !,:. L 1- "l I." "c"ll lluunc UIUI llimilC Ul
r' .1 n"l" "'' very snort time will be worth a nrire
- hi '""i'' t,mn. 'he '.icu ity advance on the price they will bring on
t nvi vuxk iuih ttrc iHiiuicn. tipre w m i wviHAB1iaii
grand opportunity to get a good lot and Have you' seen them yet ?
n-- m in,, c ci.ne j.ia
. 'II , . . ,,olcl wl" " ol" W th "It
nt w ll not be wise for you lo let They include some of the
the great Loughrnn sale ol lots pass by most desirable propertv in I
without your securing one. That is go- lots nre suitable for both
..K I., ,fc o ue 01 i ue greniesi snies in uie business purposes. Tl
historv of Ashcville. It is simyly won- street ear line, nre only
dcrlul how prorty is ndvnncinjr In nil walk from thecourt ho
BALLARD, RIGH & BOYCE.
Stovcs and Tinware
PLUMBING, GAS AND STEAM FITTING, SLATE
AND TIN ROOFING.
PAINTS and OILS.
THE PASTEUR FILTER,
IN Al.l. KlZliS I'OK 1'AMII.V
AMI HOTIil. HSI
Uuaranteed to lie Uerni Proof.
Al.l, M.H KUI'T IN STOCK.
LIME! LIME! LIME!
A CAR LOAD OF
FRESH - LIME
Si-nie ih'uiiIc iii:ree ivlth The Sih.'m n.iiiilnnii
iiimiit men nml tliiniia, nml mum- K'nil
ilnn'l : tint everclioilv likes to ui'l hulil ul' th.
u;usii:ilH'r wliivh la never dull 1111. 1 never
uirniu in siH'itK its inmil.
Ik-mi.. i rut. know thnt for twenty venra
The Sim hna IoiikIU in the front line liir'Ucni
iie.i.tie lir.ueiiilea. never wnverinc ,ir u-rnk.
l-nillK in Us luiiilty to the trurint.-rolM .,f I ht-
imrtv it arrvea w ith lenrlr-Mi Int. tliucncc nml
iiiMniiTriiei. viKi.r. At times iiniun hnve
i.iui-ri-i, bi ii, mi- ,K-H. im-nua u ncx'omiilti.li.
ui; tne cn.niimn iiuriiuM-: it ,M i-t..
Sun's fnult it it has aern lurther into the null.
liillhli-en hllllilre.1 nml nine.- tm
that will priilinlily determine the result ni Hi, VVurehouae nt Depot.
I rvmnrn.i.ii ,-ieei.ii.l f,l 1 N-.y, itnil K'rhlli-
.... ,,iv .niiiuvriii-v mr ...e rem in
thec'inliirv. Victory in I xua i n iluty. mill
the lK-iiniiiiit.-.if IMMi ia the lnntliinc tostsrt
uu. in c-iinipitny wun ine tfun.
Iinili, K-r month Slo "to
liuily, ier year tft.CMB
i-iin.iii.i , in r .vi'l.r S.OO
Imll.v uuil Sun, lny. nr venr H.oo
lu.ilv nml Sunilnv.iH'r month 0.7a
N eekly, one , venr 1.00
AdtlreM THK HI'N, New Vork
In Bulk or
Offlcc No. 3a Pattou Avenue.
THI.UI'IKINH NO. 0.
!'. II. lint l.:i
C. E. MOODY.
Dr. 11. F. Arrinjrton,
Ht Kii:oN f3 i:ntiht.
I'Miinir I nth n hihuji iv u.. ..!.,., .11..
c-iiiH-ii KuniK, nun an (im-iim-h iH-rtiiiniiii; t
mr US. UUII irm-iiirr. t Miuv rut 1111 oil I
tun nvtlllll', ovi-r Kafi.r Ac Kmith-o !
WILL BE OPEN FOR THE SEASON OF
1890 ON JUNE 1ST.
The World Panimi, um-ijiinlcil, uiu-jieelled,
uurnl.le ..ml iH-nutilul
Are recommended liy the U-at urti-ti. Come
and eanminc iirK"od. In fun- ImyinK else-
wn.rc nt .-o, ,17 riittnn nvriine. Tuiilnu
nnu rci.n.nnjt amlitltv.
G. M. WILLIAMS CO.
Aee.iinni.Hliiil.ins the very lrat this moun
tain country rnn nlTiiril. Terms rrnsonnlilr
ns iM.sallilc tu mnke them. Illlllnnla, ikm.I,
ImwIiiiK nlley, Imll room, muaie, etc.
F. A. MILES, M. D.,
Hold. Silver, Ivory, (Ink. flilt nnd C.imlil.
nntlon M.iul.llnm. Alio Noum M.iul.linsa.
I'li-ti.tva Mii...-.l Hf....,Ml . ,
Uri.l Tallin .1,., -" ' ai
.KIT InAlld-bUn IINtN I AL KUUTE. I'riiwnnd work Kunmntccd. Hnnrnv
inna, I'aintlnKa nnd Local Views always on
hnnd nt '
ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1890.
TERMS STRICTLY CASH WITH ORDER
In qunntlties not lens thnn one ton at factory
In quuntitiea uot less thnn one half ton nt factory..
0O0 pounda, no ticket), 10 pounds each
700 " uh " 28 " "
7110 " 15 " 80 " "
1000 ' 10 ' 100 " '
..Oc. per hnndred.
No Ice will be delivered without cash or tickets. Tickets now on sale at the office of the
Ashcville Ice & Coal Company.
Telephone No. 36 and 40. No. 30 Patton Avenue.
JELLICO COAL AT RETAIL.
For Grate, - - 5.00.11 For Stoves, ... H4.50.
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
Por sale ut Wholesale and Retail by
ASHEVILLE ICE AND COAL COMPANY,
1 eiepnone 30 ana 40.
BioIiisItc Asents (Domestic and Steam) for Western North Carolina.
Lit WIS MADDUX. 1're. L. P. McLOUB, Vlce-Pre.. . B. RANKIN, Cashlm .
DlNICTOSSl-Lewls Maddui, M. J. Dearden. M. I. Pa... I. K. Rankin 1 n ... i o t
8. II. Heed, Geo. 8. Powell. C. M. Mcljud.
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, -
Oraanlaed May 1st, 1888..
CAPITAL, $50,000. SURPLUS, $15,000
State, County and City Depository.
Does a General Ilankin Business. Deposit, received, filename bon.ht .nd .ih ni
lections made on all aeeeaalble polnU. The SavinK Peatnre will receive .pedal attention.
On all sums In this department, deposited for four tnontna or longer. Intemt t th. ....
of 4 per cent, per annum will be paid.
Special attention irivcn to loan, on real c.tate, which will be placed for long time on real
Open from B a. m. to 3 p. m. On Saturday, the Savin Department will be open till S p.m.
(INK OP TUB
In the South.
Service nnd tnlilc First
" : 1 J ' r-t
WALK PMOM THB
Pass the door every to
Por terms addles.
H. J. GREENWELL, Proprietor.
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
217 Haywood Street.
All WATER THOROUGHLY FILTERED on the Premises.
Twenty.five years of practical experience, combined with pkksonai. attention to all dc.
tails of the huaincs and perfect arraniiement. for clbanlinrw and rtiaiTT of all good,
manufactured, enable the proprietor to pment to hi. numcrou. patron. auperior claae of
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphons.
(;inr Ale and all the Tariou. flavor of SODA WATKR ready for .hipment and delivered
free In City limit.. Out of town order, muat have sfon.im.b reference.
C. H. CAMPBELL.
ONLY EIGHT MILES FROM ASHEVILLE ON THE A. & S. RAILROAD.
-A HOME IN-
A lovely lmildlnKl.it RiiniftO fret in ahnilv srove by
the nnest mineral sprintm in the Mouth at itl to $tlKI.
A iuicl place, hitih. dry. Hne view, and ....id aoeiety.
I'lnee well laid off with wide streets ull main avenues
loo feel wide. Two ckimI new hotels, deimt. dnllr
's. eic. Hkylnnd SprinK la a new and popular re.
sort nml Imuii.l to Krow. lluy now for cottaire or
aa an invratment.
Truina leave Aahryjllc at U.1U a. m. and return at 7
p. nt. L'3 cent..
frhl 1 dAm
OTIS A. MILLER,
Sky land P. O., N.C.
VIACIIICAOll.Mll.tV.XI KHIJ 8T. I'Al'l.
ARIl NOKTIIIIKN I'Al ll'IC K, R'8.
Thriineh Pullman HI. ,...., -. ....
r,,.... ,i,..i .. 1.. . '' " vn.-
wr o,. raui nun .VI MinentKili.,
PnrKo, Niirlh Imli.iln.
llrlrnn nnd Hun.. Mi.ntnnii.
The elliiwatulir Vttrk.
Mimknne I'nlla .mil Ti.eoma.
I'lirtliuid, I m-Kim
iw.i B Bir iai.ui 1 v .. .1
f. , i... rt.ir.n B (icine
..T.h.rk IC'1" "'"L" fnllfurnln. via Portland
l usil. on anle erervnlHrr.
rnr iniurmiiiiiin m.,,1.. ... . .
aa 8. main St., Ashcville.
Una Just received a Inrire assortment of the
llne.t iiunllty ol plus cut .moklntt toliaeeo.
J.KIVATB noAKD. also Turkish perl.uc mlslurej the very Inst
&h":::-"wzm '. -i fre.h itr
Vour choice of rntnn .tick, ild nnd 118
street ear Hue
MKS. J. I.. HMATIIHKH.
.11) I'attnn Ave.
July I JiCIt
linrlH-ra Imillv nn-.led In
nn. in n. main 8T.
CHEAP RATES TO ALL POINTS.
St'MMER ART SCHOOL.
nnnruan iirsria noURnt, IM.Iil nnd ei
I cnnniicd. All trnn.aetlona ititaranteed.
Inly nml AuKnat-inaiructlnn In drawing t C. V. MAV,
nl pn ntlnit from nature and Hie. P.ir In" I "' "roker, OpposlU Hwannnnoa Hot
i inn npi.lv nt Mrs. Irwln'a, oil Colleoe
nil S.iril.v a.rH... ... - I . ,
M KM. KI.IXA UU! II OAKKV VANIIKUli.wlI)
" ui new York L'ltv.
Will t Al
Jve venr. old. Iron uraya. I an l
I'lne nalr Mn.n,.. ..m .. .... Itl II II I 1 i V NlrAal
iii work i,. .h ":.'..r",,."","r"i - "
seen nt I It. eh mntaln. .mni In. urBwi.a j
" r " '
Saturday to receive piano pupils or to make
Iarranscmcnte for lenwins. ieeial attention
iclven to enaemlile playlnR, particularly for
IthoM who wl.h to Improve In reading music.
Terms, $10.00, $111.00 or $30.00 a quarter,
accordlnK to length of levon, or whether In
I a class. Payable In middle of Quarter.
OrtHII TO LHT,
Saddle or harness, by the ilny,
Jiuyaiint lllltmore. N. c.
A tint v to
CIM clcnr UO a irnod mnrvrin liv sell ir.tr ll
Don't forurt the tilnce or ilnt of th. an).
Weilncsilay, July 18.
If you haw not jrou had better wnlk
around and take look at them. There
they are, each and everyone gem,
They arc certainly winncn,
NOTICE TO CUSTOMERS.
We the undersigned nrmirlctors of the
Aahevillc hnrucr alioiMi after July Ifl will
charge 10 cents for share, or two for Un
eent. hair cut, 110 cent) .hampoolag;, 20
cents; ilvrlng mustache, 80 cent. These
prices will be strictly adhered to,
W. K. Mastin,
M. L, Ci.oiiaNov,
P. J. HHASaiNUTllN,
A. L. Uvs.,
W. A. Hosts..
Obo. W. Drown.
Mlsa Mary C. Reynolds, of St. Auntattne,
at her rvuma, SO Uallcy .tract.
for sale or rent.
lo reeelvr pupil. In llolanv
I'l huadred load, of nice face rock, aulta-
wmhoih. nrnr., niipiy o
Hamoth, N. C.
pott KBNT JULY 1ST,
Several grade Jrney cow., Apply at
Photo sailer, over l.aw'a Mora.
eat akyllghli parlor, and rtrintln. d
iflinua and eaav of atuaaa.
Ipartmenticonimorfli.ua and eaay of aretes,
Aimly to BUAMUUN, SANK IN CO.,
OS SouU Mais atewt.
SKYLAND MINERAL. SPRINGS, N. C.
Klltht Miles South of Ashcville, on the A. A S. Railroad.
New hotel., new cottage., new furniture, beautiful grove., neat tennis and croquet lawaa.
48 MINERAL SPRINGS.
White Sulphur. Alum, Mngnrain. Iron and liitaom. Thow arching health and ph mr- wl
sele.1 iHalety will not full to vl.lt tal. plcuannt Kurt and drink of IU hcallssx .ler..
Ashcville, N. C.
Near Passenger Depot.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Manufacturer, and Dealer, la all klnda of Dmarf '
Door, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Stalrwork, Mantcla, Bank
and Bar Fixtures, and all kinds of Building Material.
Hard Wood Lumber Work it SndriaUv
novi.dly Telsptaon. Mo. s.
FITZ PATRICK BROTHERS.
Dealers In Wall Paper, WlndowShadesandPaleutHangers,
Window Olaaa, botk
Palnta, Otis and Varalahea, Maanry 's Vised PalnU and Colors.
Prench and Amerlcaa
We keep In stork St. Louis and Kentucky Lead.
A WIND STORM
May Come and go, but we are Here to Sell Oooda and are
Coins; to Sell Them.
BID YOU HEAR WHAT WE SAID?
W. hav. straw I lata 1 cent to 00 cent. each. Splendid lint of Shoes cheaper than aa.
lberhoua-theni. Nine and Tea Quarter Shirting by th cm. prlnta. OI.hamK
e Ac., at any price yon would aak then. Some all Bilk Dresa Ooods IB et.
Would say mote but this will convince yon.
Ashevllle Dry Goods Co.,
J. O. H0WSLL, Maaacw.
At eld stand, let door below Peenlmaa a Co.'t Hart wan Stor. '
uic ft j.-. .
Aiti.i'i.'W:"iiii- vA,w.'vlr...','i..',i',-';S!f i .-' ;.'-W.:.-'.i.Wj l-.'w'..; ,jv;,V-'vt'-i'"'' a.'-'AV.V1-..u::'t..,f" .."... - ("r-!.' -"rli;' Vir i.j