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ASIIEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN : THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 17, 1890.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
H. D. CHILD, business Manager.
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THURSDAY, l'LY 17, 1800.
THK DAILY C1TIKPI
1. on .ale at the following places In Asuvvlllc;
HATTBKV PAKK NBW9 8TANL).
C.LKN KOCK NUW8 STAND.
MOIlKL CIGAR BTOKU. 1'ulton Ave.
J. CAKttON'a NUW3 STUKli, North Court
PERTINENT AND PERSONAL.
News About Antievlllla.iH mid ol
mranKcnt Wltbl.i Our Uatea.
C. S. Webb is iu the city from Slielltv,
J. G. Carson, of Savannah, is at tin
Key. John G. Low, ofl'mUiiton. S. C,
is at the Olen Kock.
1'. I', Kolx'rtsoji is at the 1 lattery l'ark
from Jacksonville, Via.
The foiimlations for the jjuveriimciil
buililing are eomiilcted.
Mr, and Mrs. L. I', Williams of Knox
ville are at the Swaiiimnon.
12. I'. Uavcs nntl wife represent Colum
bus, Ohio, at the llattcry l'ark.
L. Killian anil Thus. Killian, of At
lanta, Ga., arc at the Glen Kock.
There are 73 ensioitcrs in lliineoinhr
eoiinty unilcr the tension act of ISSS.
Weaver & Myers this iiioriiinu received
an order from Mexico for four pairs ol
li. W. Itcrryhill, T. C. Myers and J. T.
Killer represent Charlotte at the Swan
uanoa. C. l-'ishcr represents the thrivinu.
young city of Mitldlcshorti, Ky., at the
Mrs. S. II. Marcy and Mrs. L. L. Hill
ol 'Portsmouth, X. II., aiv quests of the
A one inch water piie is bciii pul
iu the county jail to supplement tin
Samuel L. Orr anil Miss Orr are quests
of the llatterv l'ark. They ate from
Krncst Nctlicrluit and Mary Smith,
Itolh of this eoutity, were Krilllcd mar
rinc license to-lay.
Some one entered the stable of Mr. I.
Crcasemait, three miles south of the city,
and stole a mule worth $-'.
lr.J. L. M. Curry, formerly I'niteil
States minister to Spain is at Hon. Rich
mond Pearson's with his wife.
The hotel arrivals went U-yonil the
hiuli water mark yesterday. There were
1 70 arrivals at the principal hotels.
T. V. Clement of Charleston, and II.
G. Gilrcath and James Unless ol
Greenville, S. C, arc at the Swnunanoa
Mrs. Andrew Simonds, wife of n
wealthy Charleston banker, and Mrs.
Udwnrd Simons arc at the llatterv Park
W. W. Ileritz, of Ncwlicrry, and Ralph
Smith nm! A. S.McAbcc, of Spartanburg,
S. C, arc registered at the Grnnd Ceil
Ten ear loads of brick for paviuj; court
square have arrived and work will lie
commenced us soon as the ffrnM can Ik
The children of the M. li. church
Sunday school urc enjoying a picnic at
Skyland to-dav, in charge of Siicnu
tendent V.. T. Rhinchnrt,
Miss Willard, president of the W. C. T.
V., mid Miss Gordon, her private secre
tary, will arrive Saturday afternoon and
will Ik the quests of Dr. W. L. Ililhnrd.
Mnj. W. W. Strinuficld, of the Hay
wood White Sulphur Spring's hotel, was
in the city Inst night. He says the hotel
has 120 guests now, n nil is rapidly filling
A (tarty coniintsctl of T. S. Mel lee and
Walter Conimllv, of this city, and S. I'.
Sheffield, of Gainesville, Phi., left last
nijjht for a week's visit to Morchcad
Mr. A. Mitchell Carroll will lend the
yuunu; men's Iliblc class at the Y. M. C.
A. rooms to-nilit at H.15. The subiect
is "Comrades," I'rov. 1:10-1(1; Mai. Ill:
10. 1H. All young men arc invited.
Kcv, G. C. Rankin of this city preached
at the Seashore Cump Grounds, Missis
sippi, Sunday. The Mobile Register com
plimented the sermon very highly, nnd
SKtke of it ns one of the most magnificent
The preparations for giving Patience
August 1st are progressing rapidly. Re
hearsals are held three times a week and
tlte members attending with remarkable
regularity. The great improvement that
has been made shows patient individual
study and careful drill. The orchestra
practiced with the chorus at a recrnt re
hearsal and proves an immense addition.
The soloists are rapidly learning and
perfecting themselves for their pnrts.
Real liatale Tranarer.
W. II. Westall and wife to G. A.
Sorrels, lot 70x 143 on Broad St.. 1,500
A. H. Cobb and wifctoM. K. Car
ter, lot 30x1115 an Academy st... 400
J. B. Bostie to B.J. Ware, lot Six
GOH on Merrimon avenue 760
J. A. Reagan to J. C. and K. M.
llolderby, lot lOOxlGOon Reed
Trustees of First Baptist church
to R, M. Dearer, lot SO feet
front on Roberts street COO
J. B. Bostie and wile to Mrs. A. 0.
Worth, lot 123x40 on Center
S. L. Fktipatrick ad others to J.
; M. Campbell, lot 80x80, in city . . 400
MITCHELL GREEN BROUGHT
THE PRISONER SAYS HE CAN
PROVE HIS INNOCENCE.
He CluliuB Mot In Know Who
Killed HtofceH HurllHOii Ilolh
Hides) of We Mory.
Mitchell Green, the man whoischnrged
with killing Stokes llurlison in a light iu
Mitchell county, wus brought to this
city yesterday and lodged iu the county
jail. This was done for safety, as the
jail at Bukcrsville is not considered se
cure. The prisoner was seen this morn
ing by the Citizen, and he strongly as
serts his innocence, lie is a young man,
23 years of ugc, and wears a slight mus
tache. He iB u carpenter by trade, nnd
is unmarried. He says that a number of
men were righting nnd he interfered as an
outsider and triedto separate twoof them.
He claim's that be does not know who it
it was that stabbed llurlison, and that
at the trial before the magistrate the
evidence ditl not show clearly that he
was the man. 1 1c says that he can prove
his innocence. While talking ha handled
a razor with which he hail been shaving
in a very nervous manner, ami was con
tinually patting his hand to his neck and
face, lie would not talk very freely.
W. K. Clapp, the dcpii'y-sherilV who
arrested Green ami brought him to this
place, says he docs not doubt the man's
guilt. Clupp's story is ns follows: Wil
liam McKinncv, his son Mitchell McKin
ney nnd his daughter, Mrs. E. Dellingcr,
and Green were engnged in a fight with
William llurlison, Sherman llurlison,
Jesse llurlison, lirwin llurlison nnd Stokes
llurlison, the murdered man. Green and
Mrs. IVIIinger hatl Jesse llurlison down,
Iteatitighiui, and Stokes llurlison endeav
ored to get them oil', whereupon Green
turned and plunged hiskiiifeinto llurlison.
The cut was about four anil n half inches
deep and reached the heart. The wound
ed mun lived but n few minutes. Green
ran nwny but when the deputy shcrili
reached the place he had returned, not
exiectiug to find nn officer.
Mr. Clapp says that he doubts if .1 jury
can be obtained iu Mitchell county to try
the prisoner, ns his family connections
are large. It may lx- necessary to move
the case to some other county iu orderto
haven fair trial. There is considerable
excitement over the tragedy in the sec
tion where the murder was committed.
A Mountain l'arty.
A party of ladies and gcatleiiicii re
lumed yesterday from a pleasant trip
to Mt. Pisgah. The party was coin
IMtsed of Mr. nnd Mis. II. T. Collins.
Misses Collins, Ingcrsoll, Gunnison and
llnstic and Messrs. George lirdman, I'rcd
Ivrdmau, Waller Ivrilman, George K. Col
lins, II. P. Andersen, and Rev. Smith.
Married In New Vork.
Mr. lidwin Morgan Senccr, of Chat
tanooga, Tcnn., anil Miss Gertrude A.
Perry, of Ikrtmit, Mich., were married in
New York City Monday July 1 lib. The
couple first met iu this city, while siend
ing last winter nt the Van Gilder house
on college street. Ilolh have numerous
The Major's Court.
In the Mayor's court this morning
Amos llrown, the colored hoy in rested
yesterday for shooting with u toy pistol,
was fined $3. Jos. Hcrdunll, drunk, was
fined $5. Julius Gnithcr, disturbing the
IH'acc, $3. Aunu Webb nud (my King
were lined $5 each for disorderly eon
duct. SAYS IT WILL BE MORTON.
A I-'orecaat a to the Republican
Nominee In iHm.
Nkw York, July la. olm Sherman's
old friend, ex-Assistant Secretary of the
Treasury Charles U. Coon, gnvc his fore
cast for lS'.IL' to-dav. He said: "II Pres
ident Harrison is not renominated one
thing is highly probable, nnd thntisYiee
Prcsidcnt Morton may be. The logic ol
the situation may reimirc n New York
man, nud he will be Hon. L. P Morton.
The democrats will nominntcu New York
man undoubtedly, nnd the republicans
will lie forced to select a candidate from
this state. Mr. Morton will licthcchoice.
lie is brainy, and, although he is no
Seitker, he is equal to the exigencies of a
great iKtliticul canvass. He is a states
man in every sense of the word, nnd
would make a great president. Air.
Illuine, I think will be, or is, a candidate
forlH',12. lie lias improved wnnderlullv
in health, is in the prune of life, retains
his former snap and push, and why he
should not be a candidate I cannot see.
Senator John Sherman would make a
great president. Whether he is a candi
date ngnin I do not know, Probubly he
will be, nut it is oniyu guess on my part.
His chances for the nomination Imvcltcen
excellent at many conventions, but some
how com lunations were made Unit in
variably defeated him.
The youngest son of Dickens is a mem
ber of the New South Wales Parliament.
A const iruard named Hetnnii. on the
Isle of Wight, now uses the bicycle to go
from station to station.
The oldest member in Lord Salisbury's
cabinet is Lord Cranbruok. He is seven
ty-stx years of age.
'Deserted Village." one of Goldsmith's
masterpieces, has been translated into
the tongue of the Hindoo race.
One of theenndidntes for Duhrrnntoriiil
honors in Arknnsns is named I'iiicr. He
is extected to make things lively.
The arentet steeple climber in England
is William Green, lie has repaired over
filty steeples in England, ana is in con
Osborne House is not large cnotiL'li for
limjieror William, so he has made up his
mind to steep n his yacht when he visits
his royul grandmother next month.
WTGirnt reduction, to reduce stock in
suits and extra pants. Whitlock's, ot
posite Dank of Aslwvirle.
Go to Bro'vn & Thrash's for crockery
house furnishing; goods, stoves tinware.
etc., new China store under opera house.
THE MISSION HOSPITAL.
An Appeal for this) Mot Noble
The managers of the Mission Hospital
wish to make a statement of their finan
cial condition with the hope that the
public may be aroused to assist in milk
ing a cash payment on a mortgage on
the projicrty which falls due next De
Through the kind assistance of two
Asheville gentlemen the Hospital author
ities were enabled, some three und a ball
years ago, to purchase the prwrty at
the corner of Charlotte and Wood I'm
streets, which they have since occupied,
for the sum of $6,300, They were com
pelled to borrow this money giving a
mortgage on the protcrty, the county of
lluiicomltc guaranteeing the payment of
the interest. Ou these terms the sec re
tary applied to half a dozen of the rich
men of Asheville for the loan of this
money, but they, with one accord, be
gan to make excuses. In other words
they eviileutly did not believe the ladies
would ever pay the debt or the in
terest. In this dilemma the gentlemen who had
secured the pro-icrty in the first instance
borrowed the money in Charleston, giv
ing their personal note and holding them
selves itcrsoimlly responsible for the
debt. This was three years ago. Now
the ladies hold the title deeds of that val
uable proierty at the corner of Char
lotte and Woodfm streets, which is
worth three times the amount of the
purchase money, and nlso a very ltcnuti
I'ul lot on Hast street, near North Main.
They have not failed to pay their inter
est on the day it was due and have paid
in cash $3,000 of the purchase money.
Ilesidcs this the Hospital has been sup
IMtrtcd, many improvements put on the
proterty, and ull bills paid promptly us
soon ns presented.
The Indies point to these facts as allow
ing that under God's blessing, they have
licen able to manngc so that no one has
been a loser through generous confidence
in them. The parties from whom the
purchase money was borrowed have been
so impressed with the prompt nnd busi
ness like management ol the ladies that
they have solicited the privilege of lend
ing them uny money they may need in
the future. Hut the grcut desire of the
Indies is to pay oil entirely this debt nud
to hold the protcrty unincumbered, for
charitable purKtscs and when free from
debt to decide iiHn plans for building a
hospital such as shall meet the wants ol
all classes for this whole sccliun ol
Un the first of next llecciuber the mort
gage must be cither renewed or paid. The
ladies apieal to the community to get up
a series of entertainments lor thcpurKisc
of raising a fund to meet this occasion.
Surely in the next four mouths n consid
erable sum could lie raised in this way,
Ix't all put their shoulders to the wheel
and sec what can Itedoiic.
THE ATV. i. FAIR.
A Uvclded Nueces, and Ureatly
A large evening!
The ice cream supier by the Asheville
Light Infantry at the Partners' ware
house last night was a pronounced suc
cess. A large numlier was in attendance
and nil thoroughly enjoyed the enter
tainment. Hull's cornet band of this city, and the
Hickory military o-icrn band furnished
music for the occasion. Tlicsuicr wns
given to pay the cxiieuses of the coin
puny to the State encampment at
Wrightsvillc and about $100 was re
alized. Icecream and cake and other
delicacies were served by the young be
dies of the city.
At 10 o'clock the regular monthly drill
for the gold medal occurred, those who
fuiled in any movement having to full out
of the ranks. R. S. Stewart was the last
one to remain on the floor and was
awarded the medal. He will wear it n
The drill by the II. M. O. It. wns one
of the most enjoyable features of the
evening. The band, under the lender
ship of Mr. P. A. Grace, who wns nt one
time their drum major and now lives in
this city, executed some very difficult and
intricate mnnciuvers with remarkable
precision, The orders were given by the
lender only with his baton nnd whistle.
The wheelings anil difficult marchings of
the band were pronounced terfrct nnd
cheer after cheer was drawn out. After
the drill the band struck up "Dixie,"
which wns played amid long continued
applause. As the band left the building
for the dcHit it wns cheered most heart
ily. Hull's band wns nnt in shape to nptenr
ut its Itest as a number of the members
were not present. The pieces they did
render were much appreciated.
The voting for the silk umbrella to the
most charming young lady nnd the sack
of flour to the ugliest man in the military
company came off during tlte latter part
of the evening. It resulted in Miss Sadie
Scott, of this ojty, carrying oft tlte um
brella and Prol. II. P. Mnngum, orderly
sergeant, becoming the huppy tosscssor
of twenty-four pounds of flour.
Are offered to purchnacrs of Table Cut
lery and 8KMtns and Porks; also of plain
and decorated Dinner and Ten Sets and
Chamber Sets, at Law's on South Main
119 You can get Mason's Improved
fruit jurs, quarts and pints, and Jcllie
glasses, all very low at llrown ft
Thrash's new China store, under opera
A Bad MallrosMl Wreck
occurred several days ago on one ot our
most imKtrtnnt trunk lines. Nobody
hurt but all the baggage except the
Kullcr-Trny Trunks was smashed up.
Buy one. Sold by dealers. Made by II.
W. Roundtrce & Bros., Richmond, Va.
hVThere will be a regular meeting of
Asheville Lodge No. 410, r. at A. M.,
this evening at 8.30. Work in the 1st
degree. , Visiting brethren cordially in
vited. P. L, jACons, Sec
Run Wino, Minn., July 16.-Hight
bodies were brought up from the
scene of the Lake City disaster
this morning. In the afternoon
sixteen more were brought up and
one wns sent over to Lake City, and
to-night another bout lond arrived. There
are now 05 on the dcuth roll and sev
eral others arc missing Btiil. The bod
ies recovered to-day were in many cases
so oioated and discolored as to oc only
recognizable by peculiarities or by clollt
Mo Nomination Made.
Nashville, Tcnn., July 16. Nine bnl-
lots have been taken iu thcgubcrmttorinl
convention without choice being made.
Judge Peter Turncy is mentioned us u
probable dark horse,
A New Road to hiih.
If you are wise nnd wish to become
healthy nnd wealthy also, you will use
Roller Kinc or lilcctric Liulit flour: be
cause the Asheville Milling Compnny's
Hour IS not on I v the best but tliecheapest.
Ir ClosiiiL' out liirtit colored elothini;
at reduced prices nt Whitlock's opposite
me oaitK oi asiicviiic.
New Advertisement To-Day,
Auction I. Wfntroh.
Vantki r. M. It. Voting-.
Wantkii liniK., Thl. (Mire.
FINEST PIECE GOODS, SUITINGS &
:vi-:k bhoiuhttothk city.
CASSIMERES, WORSTEDS, CHEVIOTS, C.
IS I'ATTON A V UN IB.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY.
HI..1II A. M. AND H P. M.
These kihmIk arc front a first clnuN tnlliirlnj:
cstnlilisltntent untl muni le soltt to meet ob
llgalluim. I. WINTKIlll,
1'. I.. I.ANCU, Auctioneer.
n jnunii mun wiin tv.it ur iiimt yiiirava-
iwricncv In the druu ItuHinrmi. AiMiyhh
tKttB, i mi unite,
July. 711 w
Ten in to hintl loo.oou 1 1 rick from tlt'tiot
to Court Suarv. I M. 11. YtH'Ml.
jiiiv 1 7i:it
The time for lUtliiir tastn In riiiftllv ilrnw
itift to a t'loitv, mill there are many who huve
Mo lur tailed to make their rctunm. Ict nil
rememtier that nil men m-t ween the nuvn l
1!1 nnd GO lire miuin-il to lint their noil anil
all men owning irierty In thin eitjr or
(ownNnipou me mi 01 june, are rv-
iuired to Mot the name, nntl failing to do mi
MuhjectN l hem to n double tam and to a iron
tvution fur a niimk-niennor.
A. T. Ht'MMKV,
July 111, 1 him ij Ta Muter.
pOK 8 A LB.
Any proton winning to Imy a home nnd
car-riii tie cIh-iiii will do well to call mi the uu
deraiuitrd. The home in very gentle and in
vuluutde for a lady.
K. A. AN1KNSN.
july1dd.1t . U7 lleardt-n Avenue.
Dr. II F Arlington,
IMIIIhk teeth n Kfinlly, ultm treat ing tlhv
eawd glim, and nil dirae rrtiiiulng to
the deiitnl Mtriit-iure. nrtitv room oti I'm
ton nvvnue, over Kay nor Ac Smith' drujr
A nt ore nnd dwelling and nine nnd n hnlf
acrva innil in went A he vine. opMHtlte the
land of the Went Anht-ville ImprnvefncntCo ,
nntl adjoining that ol Mr. I'. VV. Clnii. Trier
$2.hih. One third cnh.the I ml an ex- nt tight
per rent, interest for a term of year. Ad
drma MI'S K Ml.i.t'.l.KoW,
fineiiMtte, Ve-tUheter Coitutv. N. V.,
fir A. T. HuMMUV, Atdievllle, N. C.
The utore hounc No. 4-1 Houth Main vtrrvl.
Apply to T. C. HHiiWX,-
l)r II. L. GU1h;KK, 3.' I'nlton Avenue.
Three atory hounr,rontalning twenty.thrrr
rooma. in one of the snout deoiniMe lHaatiiina
in the city, Kultnhle fur litmnlinit houac.
oancMiion ipven auuuhi i. Apply to
JKNKK At JliNKK.
Heal Hatatc and Inaurnrnv. HmimiU nnd l,
UH Tatton Avenue, Ahevll c, N. C.
BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, BLACKSMITHING.
To the cH.trna of Anhrvllle and rldnlty I
would announce thnt at my ahotw nnCollrtrr
atrret, neit to Woodhury'a atnhlra, I am bet
ter prenarea inin ever to in work in my line.
Wagon. Huffiriea and Cnrringra manafart-
nrrd. Kefiaiiing and home -ah. win a; are aie
einltlea. and perfect antifnction cuarnntred.
My workmen are ciprrirnrol aniTakillfulaad
my ehargra art moderate.
aoTaaa n. hi rnbttb.
The World Psmoun, unriuslrd, nncseellrd.
duralilc anil Innutlful
Are rceommrnilnl liv the lies! srtUU. Cone
nd essntlne nur iimnls Inrffire hayimg etet
wherc st No. 87 I'nttnn avenue. Tuning
nd repslriiiK imHull.
a a. wiluams co.
MT. MITCHELL HOTEL,
BUCK MOUNTAIN STATION.
tl.ftll I'UK MAY. S TO $T fBR WBI1K.
Nenre.t to Chimney Ruck, Catawba
Pull, and Mitchell's Peak.
Jiilrl-fcl'-lm ni-RACtlK MIMIKB.
Female - - - Institute
t'n.urtmwefl In thftfntiirttnMn tit Inwtrw
tlun, hriilthfulnre land lieautjr of lornllun,
nitMiintnirnt lor ctimlbrt, moral Htflucni'e.
Trrma rrnannnlilc. Hrv. I.. W. Moors added
to the I'multjf. Order entalosue.
JiitylnilUnusia ' ' l'rlnelMl,
A wnmnn or vlrf. while nr enlnrpd. nir ifen-
ernl housework. Must lie well recommended.
APiny nt Ivtf CHnnVrNUT WT,
I.nrre eonl. nlrv rooms, hnnne newlv Air.
ni-nvo , koihi (now.
Terms renaonabhi. Oa
street car line,
MM. J. L. SMATHMUS,
SIS fattoa Are.
Two Arnt elana barhern ttnrflv neederi fa.
knrber shop. Mo. IS N. MAIN ST.
QOY FOR SjALR.
evarnl gradt Jersey rows. Apply al
jalylOdft TABKIIBORTbsl FARM.
BALLARD, HIGH & BOYCE,
Stove und Tinware.
PLUMBING, GAS AND STEAM FITTING, SLATE
AND TIN ROOFING.
PAINTS and OILH.
THE PASTEUR FILTER,
IN ALL BI.U8 I'OK FAMILY
AND IIOTHL I'SU.
Uuarutiteed to b Ucrm Proof.
ALL HIZUS KUI'T IN 8TUCK.
f I IMCI I IMCT
Ilia I bllllaWI
A CAR LOAD OP
FRESH - LIME
In Bulk or
Office No. 30 Palton Avenue.
TULUIMItINU NO. 411.
Wurt-lmuiic at UeHit.
I'. 11. Il.n ulU
C. E. MOODY.
Iblltor Anhcelllc Cltluat:
That our many frlrnda may know how we
are Rrttinii on we will atatc thut we touk in
in Hotel ami Htore
9(000 In Vive 'Weeks.
Took in I nut Halunlay oyer S700. (7s ol
thnt was hotel, balance store. Hotel it-jct fr
iend UA thnt day. Ilnd 6.IIO0 arrivals in
Smonthn. Ourat cki. mammoth 3(Ht licet
lonnand ISfcet wide. Tell the balnnee ol
the world to come and sec "Old Ched" entile.
nnd buy good. T 01 and un 111 to IIS per
noTiedu ft. R. CHKI1K8TRR WIN.
Cold, Hllvrr, I Tory, Onk. Uilt ami Combt-
nailun Mouldiniin. AUo Room Moulding.
I'leture Matted, Mounted and Framed at
loweat price and work guaranteed. Bngrav
ing. Fainting and Local View alway oa
a S. Main St.,
apr in d
Ha Joit reerlyed a large aaaortment of the
Hneat quality o( plug cut araoklng tobacco;
also Turklih perliiu mlxtura ; the very brat
One eat chewing tobacco, and a fresh lot of
Vour choice of rataa allcks 311 and 30
CHEAP BATES TO ALL POINTS.
Railroad ticket bought, (old and ex
changed. All transaction guaranteed.
C. F. RAV,
Ticket Broker, Oppoiilt Bwannanoa Hotel.
Will ) At
3a Bailey Str.eet
Bach motnlng eicepllng Wednesday and
Satnrday to receive piano pupil or to make
arrangement lor leaaons. Upeclal attention
Hren to enarmble playing, particularly for
thoa who wktk to Improve la reading mualc.
Term, 10.00, $18.00 or 930.00 a quarter,
according to length of Ice on, or whether la
a etaaa, Fayaba) la middle of quarter.
Mia Marv C. Reynold, of Ht. Auauatlne.
Florida. M ready ti receive punlle In llotany
at krr rooma, no Oalley street. Teat book,
for ante or rent. B
Fie kundrrd lond. of nice face rock, aulta-
ble for building pnrpoaee. Appiv to
lulyMaw Ramoth, N, C.
JfOR RUNT JULY 1ST.
gallery ever ltw's etiite. Hay'
aayllajht 1 itarlor and printing de
ail commodloua and e.y of acoea.
nartmeaii commodloua and e.y of aceea.
Apmy to auaiufin, Miotm at ill.,
juncMU 00 aoa jama tract.
SUMMUR ART SCHOOL.
Talv and Anirnat Inntmctlon m dr. win.
and painting from nature nnd llt. For in
formation apply at Mr. Irwin', eot College
and nprace atreeta, or aend for circular.
m HSt. KI.IXABUIH OAKHV VANDRRHOOF
JaaeSMia Of new Vork City,
ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1890.
TERMS STRICTLY CASH WITH ORDER
In qunntltlea not leaa than one ton at factory
In unntlllea not leaa thun out' hall' too ut luctory
(loo pound., HO tickvta, 10 pound, each
700 ' BH " an "
7no " in " no ' "
1000 " 10 " loo " "
No lee will be delivered without cnuli or tickets. Tickets now on sole at the oflicc of the
Asheville Ice & Coal Company.
Telephone No. 36 and 40. No. 30 Pattou Avenue.
JEIXICO COAL AT RETAIL.
For Orate, a5.0o.ll For Stoves), 4.30.
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
l'or sale at Wholraalc and Retail by
ASHEVILLE ICE AND COAL COMPANY,
Telephone 36 and 40.
Exclusive Agents ( Domestic and Htcnml lor Western Nurth Carolina.
LKW1B MADDUX, I're L. 1'. McLOlIU. Vice-Prcs. I. B. KANKIN, Cuahivr
DissCToas: Lewis Maddux, M.I. Heanlen, M.J. Fagg, J. B. Kankia, J. B. Ray, J. B. KnU
8. H. Kced. Geo. 8. Powell, C. M. McLoud.
-E WESTERN CAROLINA BANK,
Organised May 1st, 1H.
CAPITAL, $50,000. SURPLUS,$15,0(K)
State, County and City Depository.
Does a Ocneral Banking Business. Deposit received. Bschange bought and sold. Col
lection made on all acccealble points. The
Onull sums In this department, deposited for
of s per cent, per annum will be paid.
Special attention given to loans on real eatutc, which will be placed for long time on real
Open from 0 a. m. to 3 p. m. On Saturday the Buying Department will beopenttll II p.m
ROUND KNOB HOTEL,
McDowell sTouuty, N. C.
AN HOUR'S RIDE FROM ASHEVILLE ON THE WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
A abort distance from the foot of the I'lnnuclc of the Hlue Ridge, from which biilsunilc
breeses arc constantly blowing. The scenery is picturesque, walk wild and vuncd, und
water pure and almndunt.
L1TIIIA WATliK A 1'BW STBl'S FKOM FRONT HOUR.
lil.KCTKIC HULLS AND UAT1I UtIIIM
SFIX'IAI. RATE lilVKN TO FAMH.II-:H.
opens) June int. For TerniH, addrcHH
J. HIXOW liRWIN, Proprietor.
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
ai7 Haywood Street.
All WATIiR THOROUGHLY FILTERED ou the Ircuilv.
Twenty-live yeur ol practical exiieriencc. eomblucd with ixksonal uttctitlun to all de
tail, of the bualncsa nud perfect amuiKcinc.it for clkxnlinsw and rtikiTY of ull goods
manufnetured, enable the proprietor to present to hla numcroua patrons a suiwrlor class of
Vichy und Seltzer Water in Sipjions.
Ulnger Ale nnd all the various flavor of SODA WATliK ready for shipment und delivered
free In City limit.. Out of town orders must buve nKsiHiNsuiLB reference.
C H. CAM PRHL.L
ONLY EI6HT MILES FROM ASHEYILLE ON THE A. & S. RAILROAD.
-a iiai.ii: in-
A lovely luHtlK lot nnmino fWt In shmlr urove liv
the (incut miiur.il HpritiK in the Houth tit $Ui to Hmi.
A ukt iiliu-c, hltfh. tlry, line views and good m-k-ty.
I'lnve well Inld oil with wide street ull mnln ventKH
Iimi feet wide. Two uood new hotel n, tlt-Kt, dally
niiiiln, ete. Kkylsnd HpHnwa Is n new nnd oiulitr re
mirt nnd Irouml to icrow. iluy now for cottttKe or
mn nn Investment.
I'm. its lenve Asbrvlllc at U.ttl. tu. and return at 7
p. ui. ..'O cents.
OTIS A. MILLER,
SKYLAND MINERAL, SPRINGS, N. C.
Eight nllca South of AMhcvlIlc, on the A. 4k S. Rallroud.
New hotel, new cottages, new furniture, benutlful grove, neat tennis nud croquet lawns,
.48 MINERAL SPRINGS.
White Hulihur, Alum, MnKnenln, Iron and ItiMom. Those eckliiK health and t-uMire and
elect sMK-trty will not full tu vUlt taltt ptt-aaant reort aud drink of Ita hen I Ing waters.
AghcTllle, PC. C.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Manufacturer aad Dealers la all kind, of Drcnastl
Door, Saab, Blinds, moulding;, Stalrwork, Mautela), Bank
nd Bar Fixture, and all kind of Building; Material.
Hard Wood Lumber Work a Specialty.
Dealer In Wall Paper, Window Sbadciiaud Patent Hangem,
Paints, Oils aad VaraHtaca, Maaury's Mixed I'aints and Color. Wluilnw Ulitaa, luilr
French and American
W. keep la stock St. Louis and Kentucky Lead.
A WIND STORM
May Come and go, bat we are Here to Sell Good and are
Volng to Sell Them.
DID YOU HEAR "WHAT WE SAID?
We hare Hlraw list 1 cent to 00 cents sack. lendld Una of hoes cbraiter thus any
atber house at them. Nine and Ten (juarter Shirting by tb rase. Prints, Olnghums,
Ac., ajc, at say price you would aak them. Borne all Silk Dress flood IS cent per yard.
Would say more but this will coarlnce you. , .
Asheville Dry Goods Co., ,
J. 0. IIUWBLL, Maaager. .
At old stand, 1st door Mow Pennlmaa a Co.' Hardware Itor. ,
4-nc. per hundred.
Having Feature will receive siieeiul attention.
four moutas or longer. Interest ut the rutc
Skyland P. O., N. C.
E. A. LcVENE,
Near raatcu.rcr DeMt.
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