Newspaper Page Text
ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN : MONDAY EVENING, JULY 21, 1890.
! ! !,
THE DAILY CITIZEN
II. D. CHILD, Husiiicsa Maimer
Tim IUii.y Citiikn will be puhllHhrd every
altcnioon (cmerpt 8uu.lay) at the iuUwwinu
rate itnctty mutt:
One Year $.0O
His Month 3.
Three Month J.oO
One Week.. 1
Our enrrim will dtrllver the imiier every
nttcmoun In evcrv purl of the city toourub
ttvrilM'm, and pttrtiv wanting It will pkac
cull at the Citiikh UHice.
Auvkktiunu kATK Keanonable, and made
known on application ut tliii uthec. All
intnuicnt advcrtucmenU mum be paid in ad-
The CiTiZKN In the moat etcnlvely circu-
I at uml widely read ncwupaperln Wcnteru
It d latum, ion of nulillc men and measure
in In the intervHt of piddle inU'Krity, honest
kfovcrniiivitt, and pronptrou iiiduatry, aud it
Known no personal aiicKiuueciu muuujj puu-
8iecimen copies of any eilltion will be sent
irw to any one wen u ins winr nuun..
Ui'iuliiiB notiLva tin wilt iter Hue. Obitu
ary, murriuKe and society notices fifty eentit
eiuii (notcavecdiutf leu Uuvs or tiity cent
MONDAY, ULY 21, WM,
THK UAU.V CITIZEN
la on aale at the fulluwiUK phicca iu Aahcvlllc:
t, I I Cl' f ic H.
HA I I UK Y I'AKK NKW8 STAND.
C.l.liN KUCk MiWS ST1MI.
Mlllllil. CIlSAK STI1KU. Pulton Ave.
J. CAKSON'b NliAS STUKli, North Court
PERTINENT AND PERSONAL.
News) About Ahf vllllaim and I
Hlru.iitt.-rH Wlllilu Our (..ties).
I. K. Tavlor ol Koine. On., is nuto-
Krnplicil m ihc ll;ittcry 1'aik.
There were L'ls arrivals at the princi
pal hotels ycstcnlay ami Saturday.
Last week SHU. Mi) wii til "I real cs-
tale iliaii,cil hamls ill lliuieuiiilieeoiiiily.
l-'rauk MacK'.ic anil Missis Taiuiie ami
Mart-McKac. ol Clio, S. C, are al tin
I', ill ml Central.
The two year old child ol . II. Hatoii,
a plasterer, died at his home on ration
avenue this moi iiiug.
Marriage licenses have liven issued ti
1.. I.. Hlack ami I. on i:ikiusaud D. Daves
and Minnie Urow u
Miss Annie U'aldrop, of Henderson
ville, is visiting her brother, Sam. Walil
rop, al I -".I llroad strivt.
The filtccu months old child ol Mrs. A.
Smith died al her rooms nil Sotillisiih
avenue ycsleiday iiioriiiug.
Col. I.. I.. I'nlk, l'resideiil of the Xa
tioual I'arinciV Alliance and I'armers'
I'nion is the guest ol the Craud Ceiurai
Judge C. A. Moore, of the criminal
court, has relumed from a two mouths
trip to Loudon, lie is much improved
iu health. Mrs. Moore will remain
England until SepleuilKT.
A coll lu'longing to Dr. J. A. II tit
roughs was killed ill the pasture on
Xoith Main street this morning. Tin
animal attempted to jump a picket fence
but tell short of ihc mark, ami was uir
paled. It died iu a shor: wbili
The following South Carolinians have
rooms al the llaiiiry Dark: J. W. M
Chisolm and wile, of Charleston: L.
Ilrooks Shgle, of Chester; llright Wil
liamson, of Darlington ; II. )',. liilieath,
of llrcenvillc: and Mrs. Turner ami Miss
Mr. C. Abrams, of Lawrence, L. I
died at the I laks hotel this morning at
i..'lo o'clock. Consumption was the
cause of his death. Mr. Abrams was 21
years ol age ami had liven here but len
davs. His sister was with him. The
mains were taken to his home lor inter-
Mr. A. II. Duckworth, of Caldwell
Tex., is in the city to lie present al tin
marriage of his nephew, Mr. Chas. I.
Itadger, and Miss Mamie Siininicv. Mr.
ami Mrs. A. W. Itadger, ol Norfolk, Va
parents of the groom, lire also here
guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Sunimey,
The Midw'n Court.
1 lie .Mayor s court was a large one
this morning. S. T. McCall and J. W,
Collins, drunk and disorderly, pleaded
guilty ami were lined $." each; Andrew
II. Harnett pleaded guilty to the same
offence ami was lined $D; C. M. Moose
mid Kolwrt Lytic pleaded guilty to the
charge of drunk and down and were
fined $3 each ; Lytic was also fined $1"
lor resisting ail nllicer; Thus. Ashlon, for
running it dray without a license pleaded
guilty mid was lined Jas. Steele and ocracy has a loothold, wherever patriot
lolm Ho vce pleaded guilty to gambling ism is eiic.Mirnged as a virtue, the rople
on Sunday and were lined each ; Will
Stockton, disorderly conduct, was lined
$.";J. M, Jackson, profane mid vulgai
language, pleaded guilty and was lined
lolin i'hilcr uml Jane I'avue, disor
derly conduct, did not npar mid I'or-
leilcd their bond,
Kntlmalile Vounu l.ad)'H Itrnlti,
Miss laiiuia Nelson, daughter of Kcv.
D, II, Nelson, editor of the Aslievillc llap-
lisl, died at her lather's home near Hill-
more lit .'I o'cliK-k p, in. yesterday. Con
sumption, from which she had suffered
for several mouths, was the cause of her
dentil. She was 21- years of age and u
nicmljcr of the ilaplist church at Kill-
more. I'or some tunc previous to her
sickness Miss Nelson had Ix-cn mi earnest
uml faithful worker in the church, mid
hud taught a class in the Sunday school,
The remains were taken to Henderson-
ville, her former home tins morning mid
were accompanied by her family. The hinted. This is tlie proK'rtv so earnestly
interment took place there this morning.
The Coiiiiiik Convention.
The Richnftuid mid Danville will give
sH.finl rates to the democratic con-
. I . l . I It .1, I
.via. ,u ijv iiviu ut iirvaoii tfciiy oil ,
It.luOL T:..hmm ...ill I.. I "
j..., n. ,n. ,. a,ue eu- r
nesilay and Thiirsduv, good returning ,,
Klr,ln Tl, f i. ,,. f.. II. .......
J arret ts
riral nrtlie Henaoii,
Mr. W. A. Wagoner sold to-day eighty-
eight H)unds of new tobacco cured on pie
Bnow (tick for 10.B4. This is the first
tobacco of the season, Mr, Wagoner
also told the first tobucco hist yeur on I
August 0. I the
INTEREST TO DEMOCRATS
Correapoudence lletween R.
Hiultti and Julian H. Carr.
Tlie following correspondence will
interesting locally and to IV'iiiocrats
throughout the State, aiulexplainsitscll'
Di riiam, N. C, July 17, 1S1I0.
To the N, C. State Association of lcmi
Gentlemen: With (jrent pleasure I lay
liclore vou a letter Iroin lid. CIuiiiiIhts
Smith, ICsu., Chairman of the State lcm-
ocratic lixccutive Committee. It was re
ceived iu response to my tender ol' the
Association's services tor the oncoming
campaign and reads as lollows:
Kouiis of run Statu Hum. Ex. Com.
Kai.kioii, N. C, June 21, lH'.iO.
Mr. J. S. Carr, President N. C. State
Ass'n ot Democratic Clubs, Durham
Dear Sir: Your letter of the 17th mst
tciidcrtui: to the State Democratic lixec
tive Commilte the cordial assistance and
co-oicration ol the N. C. State Associn
cialion ol Democratic Clubs in the ii-
pronclinu; cumpaiun lias been received
This committee realizes the lireat se
vice that the association can render the
purtv. composed as it is of loyal, nctiv
lemocruts of ull niics aud conditions
throughout the Stute and constituting
an organized army of opposition to Ke-
publicuii priiiciplesanil ueurotlominiitiii
Iu their vouth. which constitutes the
mighty lever that is inoviny and directing
the worlil to-ilay, is guiiled hy the eon
serviitism, experience and wisdom of age
I'pon the young men of the party niiiol
necessarily devolve tlie larger part ol the
political work in a campaign and the
always doit uncomplainingly. II is actio
is usuallv unselfish, and they seem to tee
well repaid it success follows their efforts
ami they receive the approbation ot thei
political elders, t Ill's rendering themselve
L bios will Hereafter lie a laetor ill p
litical battles. The facility with whicl
thev can lie formed and the means whicl
i hcv furnish of collecting valuable into
illation will render their organicd action
a ueeessitv to political managers, and
their admitted lealtv to constituted an
1 1 luirity make them exceedingly valuable
aiijuiieis to me regular organization.
11 is dilhcult to praise too lughly the
etforts iu the past, and much more dilheu
to estimate their value in tliefulurewhe
thev shall act as an organized coinpaci
boiiv instead of as individuals.
The committee accepts theteuderof ai
made bv vou, therclore, with pleasure
ut I will Ik- glail to oiler to the l.xccutiv
Committee ot said association, or
many of them as may Ik' proK-rly desig
tinted. Iicadipiarters with the SliiteConi
iiiitlix', to the cud that concert ol actio
mnv Ik' insured. The priiitedeoiistitutio
if voiir association, uliich 1 have bv me,
1,'iives nothing to Ik adiled ill regard
to the relations which exists lietwecn the
association ami tins loiiinntttv.
Tliauki'ig vou for vour aid, aud hclicv
uig that the action ol the State Associn
tiou of Clubs will redound to the good t
the party, I am.
crv tnily yours,
Ei. Ciiauiu ks Smith,
C liairman Stale i lent. hx. Com
In inviting vour coiisideraliou of the
cliairman's ll.it lering and aiiiinviativ
let'er, I would csiK-cially call vour alien
lion to the eMKVlalioiis he bases on vour
ciiori". rcrmii me to and lor ititsi
that I am sure he can realize on those
.-:;iicctalioii lor the taith ol the Ulieve
and the eal of the aiioslle arc natural It
those who cheri.li the gosiK-1 ol Irevdoiii
Nowhere is ikiii.Kratv purer, sounder.
stronger than iu those home orunuii
lions ol the so pie where mighUir is
liit'ioetl with neighlHir in icalous stuiiKirt
til those IHKTties onlv to Ik' earned am
paid lor ill the sleiliug com ot eternal
It iKvomes mv welcome ilutv as vour
president, to call vou oucc again to the
Held loiuvitc vou anew to those patriotic
l.iiiors iu which is loumi the vcrv reason
of you existence. Presently our grca
partv will have named her staiulan
bearers and her color grounds in whose
tleleuse wc mavh preseiillv Ullolhe
striiL'tle for democratic aiiiirt'iiiit-v nn,
other urgent need for the tlelcul of repub
lican ignorance auu eorrupiiou auu lllis
rulc will Im'Uniii us. There is work to he
lone, work hi iK-hall ol a cuiisc dear to
us. ii is lor us in see that our
share is well and faithlullv lierfornictl
1 then-lore call uiMin all democratic
clubs and societies throughout the State
to meet m their ncciMtomcd places, to re-
iiivigtiratc iiieir orgiimzaiions ami lo
put llK-iii on a war niotiug. 1 urge the
lormntioii of new clubs and stK-ieties in
all towns and townships where none
now exist mid I ask all lo reixirt tor en
rotlment as iiromptly us possible. Al
ready a large iiuiiiIkt of clubs are cur
ried on the roils ol the State association
Nothing more is needed to make auv or
ganization a meinlKT than to reixirt Us
uiuers anil aildress to II, L, lleckwith
l.si., sevretary, Kiileigh N. C
I he lime and place tor n representa
tive meeting ol the clubs is now iK-ing
.'oiimcIciciI in our executive committee
A l some curly day the decision will Ik
atiiiouiiced. It is our Iioik- that by thut
time our roll will cover every coiiiinu
tut v iu the Stale. Wherever sound ilcni-
should k organized, so that in deed and
truth ours shall ever reniaiii a govern1
incut ol the iK'ople, by the in-onlc. 1 have
the honor lo Ik', gentlemen, respectfully
yours, etc., j.s. lakh,
rres. Mate Asso, I Kin. Chilis,
SOME VALUABLE LAND.
All About Property Moon
There will lie offered for sale here on
the 27th, ''Nth and 2!th of August next
a proiertv which, more than any other
now remaining unimproved in the vicini
ty of Aslievillc, commends itself to the
man of taste, of judgment and of menus.
A lortiinntceoiiibiiiiitioii of circumstances
has preserved until now just us it came
from the hands of nature with its woods,
shrubbery mid wild llowcn, its rolling
hills mid its sweeping glades, and itsbule
tiling springs, all fresh from the hands of
the Creator, untamed uud uncontnmi'
urged usin the consideration of the citi-
zens of Ashcville in appropriate to the
uses of u much needed public park. Since
the citizens do not rcsKind to thciipul,
i. . , i r .1... : , .. a . - t.
toviv,,! tii-.ci nunc u uiier n
i . , . I I . I ! i
ifca ItlHI piOtB IHIU OIH IO VOll'
,,.,., ,. ... ...
, . ,. ' i,.
purchasers in preserving the forest us far
a may lie possible, and through the
adaptation ol the streets to the nature of
the ground, to create what might be
called an inhabited park, adorned with ele
gant residences and ornamental grounds
so secluded in the forest as to present to
the frequenter of tlie public drivel a suc
cession of delightful surprises; whilst, to
the owner of these residence! is secured am-
privacy, with the enjoyment of the
sweet untainted air of the country, with'
In reach of all theconveniencesof tbecity,
and all the enjoyments of social life. I'or
southern boandury of the tract,
which consists of one hundred and two
acres, is co-termimis with the northc
limits of the corporation. The chief access
to the proK'rty is by Mcrrimon avenue,
upon which it has a frontage of tw
thousand feet. The uveniw along this
frontage is now lieing widened ami graded
so us to form n thoroughfare in character
similar and equal to the best drives
and about the city. From the souther
to the northern boundary mid from
enstern to its western limits is an uiibn
ken forest, the only encroachment inadi
lieing upon the undergrowth which ha
been removed so as to bring all the hen
ties and advantages of the surface int
full comprehension, This surface is
alternation of gently rolling hill and
broad sweeping glade, offering, with
diciotis co-operation, the most delightful
effects of Inndscaiic art. I'rom each mid
every point of view is seen some one
other ol those mountain ranges, the me
ltable and fascinating charm ofthis moun
Colonel Yealc, a distinguished laiul;
scape urtist ot Chattanooga, is charged
with the hiving off pf the grounds int
streets mid drives of judicious width, ami
he is doing so with wise mid lastclul
adaptation of his art to the requirement
of nature. This enforces the "lines ol
bcmity," and the streets and drives,
parting Irom stcrcotyied straight line
and right angles, will disKirt themselves
in all the unlimited freedom of curves and
winds so full of conveniences, yet so full
also of thecharm of uuexiK-ctcd surprise
One ol the most hcntitilul features of
these grounds tire the wide sweepiu
glades, the trend of which is toward
the north. In nil of these springs
water bubble up iu strong clear cui ren
some free stone of ulmost icy coldness,
some again, with highly devcloied mil
eral virtues, mid all of them of iK-renuiitl
Mow. There is no portion of the whole
tract which docs not claim its merit for
eligibility, All alike have their gentle ac
clivity, their crown of terminal plateau
their gradual declivity, their outloo
upon distant nioiiiitnin ranges, or the
downward glance into glade or valley
Everywhere is Uauty ami everywhere
attraction lor him who seeks u quiet
secluded, elegant home, with the sir
roundiiigs that nature has given, yet
close contiguity to the conveniences or
necessities that art has supplied. II
can lie secured in full (Krlcction all tl
fruits of hcalthliilncss that arc promise
to those who seek Aslievillc fortheprcse
i at ion or restoration of health, for here
complete detachment from nil those in
tlucnccs which might unfavorably alii
the air density of (Kipulatioii uud the
incidents ol business, with its unavoid:
Me impurities. Here, in sight of the
church spires, within sound of Ihechiirc
iK-lls, within hearing ol the scrcm
if the factory whistle, the ear
regale itself with the music of the woods,
the eye dwell ukii the happy blending ol
art ami nature, and the lungs till their
ecstatic longing for the very fountain
sources of health-giving uir. It is prac
tically in the citv, yet far from it; so near
that it mnv be reached in five minutes,
so far that, when entering into its sol
tilde, all suggestion of the city is cxclu
led. The transition Irom the one to the
other is at the will of the Hisscssor. I-'
apart Irom existing roads, the electric
roan, prosaic intruder iH-rliaps, out vcrv
useful, in n little while will traverse the
No similar trad remains uiiiKviipicd
near Aslievillc; not one where the forest
still remains virgin, anil where the wa
tcrs still bubble from the earth in pri
mevnl purity, or where the air still dis
turbs the leaves with such untainted
sweetness, it is tnesiHii to winch the
man of means, al k-isurc mid of taste will
turn to meet nil his aspirations for
health, for comfort, for convenience; am
among such it is to be presumed the pur
chasers will chiefly lie loiind. The pro-
crty is owned by Messrs. Nntt Atkinson
and W. T, and X. A. Reynolds. As has
K-en said, it will be offered for sale on the
27lb, 2Sth and 2!th of August pro x inn
in lots of from half an acre to three, foui
and five acres, the size uml sluqie of the
lots being determined by the eoiiligura
turn of the ground.
i ne advertisement 01 tne proiertv in
tion t vi mm guv particulars more
Col, I'olk, l'resideiil nf the National
I'arnier's Alliance, is addressing a good
audi nee in the Lourt House this alter
noon, on subjects iertniniu( tothcoriKr,
Are offered to purchasers of Table Cut
lery mid Sxiiins mid Forks; also of plain
and dreornted Dinner nnd Tea Sets mid
Chamber Sets, at Law's on South Main
The Perfect Hummer ReMori
Mountain Park Hotel. Hot
MprlnKS), M. V.
tlriicing mountain air, lienutilnl scenery
health, pleasure, home comlorts mid tin
H'Sl lame in the Ninth. No dust. Dure
mid abundant water nnd perfect sanitary
rriingements. Swimming iiool with
bathing suits as at seashore. Milliards,
fowling, shooting gallery, tennis, ball
room, music, nnd a well euiiipiKd livery.
The baths are the finest m America and
the thermal waters lire an unexcelled sc-
inc lor rnciimniism, gout, sciatica, ner
vous exhaustion and nil diseases of the
skin nnd blood. Resident physiciiui al
Trains leave Asheville fiir Hot Springs
at n.on a. m p. m. ana 7 p. m. I.x-
ursion tKKets including one tiny ixiartl
at tuc Mountain I'nrk Hotel ..r0.
A Had Railroad wreck
occurred sevcrnl days ago on one ol our
most iiaportnnl trunk lines. Nobody
art hut nil tne Dnggnge except the
ollcr-Trny Trunks was smashed up.
Hay one. Sold by dealers. Made bv H.
W, Koundtrce & finis., Richmond, Va.
A Mew Road to Hliaa).
If vou arc wise nnd wish to become
healthy nnd wealthy also, vou will use
oner King or I'.lectnc l-iulit Hour: lie-
cnuse the Asheville Milling Company's
nour is not only tlie nest Hut tncchrnpest.
Mew AdTertlaement ToD.
Ooon Tims mm All tls A. Miller,
Pastiss Wamtimii, Are It. KwfrraiMxJ.
Tns Hsnsation or AansviLLs H.t. Atkln
sos 4k Son,
AUGUST 27, 28 & 29, 1890.
Of nil the hnndMntiii' ami vnlimhlc pniKTty
that Iiiih hci'ii nlfcrcd In AHtu villf, none coin
pa nil ilc to the unhroken forcut of over One
Hundred Acres divided mid subdivided Into
the most iH'iiutliul lots and tracts, lyltw
The llonhvnnl of the City,
Ahout une-thlnl litinu within city limits uml
the remainder in the churniing auhurliun vlllu
(Inly one mile I'rom Court ttiiuiirr ( 111 min
ute drive) unci on the iH-atiinil moat iioouliir
drive U'Hiilnti lo the eouutry. There is a lali-
yrinth ol avt-nuea anil atrteta Is-inK liuilt
through tlitur Krounda under the aiiiKTvUion
of one of the lineal eiiKlneera In the South
The lota an. I trneta will range In ulic I'rniii li
uere to3 to aerca, Ihc laruer phita coverinit
some of the moat lK-nutil'ul anil pietureaiiit-t-leviitlona
to 1k found in a dny'a Journey.
Semi for plat of the property to
Nat. Atkinson & Son,
ASIIIIVII.I.R, N. C.
GOOD Til FOR ALL !
THINK OF IT!
He sure to Attend.
Tralu leiives depot at o.ij, July J..
Only 50c. round trip.
l!;illn'i iM' ,'iinl Picnic Diiiiirr
frit) for nil.
of Pii'illltit'lil IJiiildino' I,o(8iit
i.'iiici' lo Iniy a siiiniiK
lliillio rllrnp. 200 lots to In
soltl uml ."lOtolici'ivciniwjiv
Irani rctuniw at 7p.hi. Ilo
tl'l IM COllllllllll.lt idllHl'ol'l llOHl
who wisli to ivniuiti.
Ill I I VI'M t 1
I . 1.. 1., .till-.
1AKTII.K wnnlliiK lo ndrertliie on the
Ktreei son kit-r u-i eit on me
'HIIJ 1.. ll 111 i XI 1 1,
At Hot SnrinuN. N. C. nn t-lfuitn, l..h
'""" ,n,w, ,,, 11,1 itmx.nio let-l. A h;
,nt- viieuni 101 ut-uutilul Inn i lnu altr. An
i",, " .-. ... ,,,,.,,,,,.iiik,,
Jiilylliiuw llol Sprinti", N. C
A 1100,1 ehnnilH-rmuhl. Wilt iHve ll!l ik-
" " vw,K-tt-t ,.p. Aiinrt-Na
Jim m.il .. v. A., I'oatollice.
To rent unfumUhril a ilttelllnii of A or 1)
10ms. Ailiireaa J. 1.. Kl SSI.1.1.,
Dr. J. II. Crawford.
OFFICE 5 It 6 MCAFEE BUILDING.
Anhevllle. N. C.
I'KACTICU I.IMITI'.ll TO Til It
KI K, KAR, THROAT Ann NOSK
An eleunnt. hnmlaoiiielv furniali,-il hnnw
mom ileairnble liH-iillun for three ninnlha if
irairetl. riswnlun Klvt'il AliKll't I Ai
l"J j.rii. 1.1111..,,
JulylUdnt No. I, Uwll III.Kk.
ukiva rit iioakiiixh.
Two nttT front rooma In hluh et-nlrnl Ion,
lion Jul vnennl nt Mra. llowit'a, No, U Plint
tn-t-t, unit door irom lluy wood.
Aaiiitvii.i.K, N. C lulv 111.
Notice ll Bifrliv uiven 1I1111 n in,t-tintf,,r
ne atinanoioer. 01 i or rtam vine I'nrk anil
lott-l Compnnv la eullt-d fit Aaht-vlllc. N. c.
t the Nntlollul Hunk ol Aallev.llr on Tum.
inv. IIIIV U'J. IS III i,t r, ,,', ,H'k. 0. tn.. r,r lh
iurM,w o. noopiton 111 i-onatllullon nml Hy.
nwa, 10111 ine iriinsnetlon of anv other Ima
inraa eominu iHrfore the tnt-clinic. Mv order of
int- l-n-ltlt'tll. 1, v. .MCMtlfl.V,
July I liil.lt nnrrtnry
IAHU IN COI'NTHV.
Mra Carter, nt Ihe .lorlhcrn end of Mnnacl
rive on llinver Ham. Ji. m Mr. rmm Aalir.
ville roiirt hollae. will fiimlah lionnl nnd
plt-naiiiit necoiniuniliitlona for two or three
h moua iiiitimi iiu- hrnlrU term nt reuaoim-
iile rtilra, Apiiy ut iitier to
MK. Till lit, II CARTItH,
IlllyllldrmlUw Oraee P. O., N. C
ARCHITECT AND ENGINEER.
CONDUCTS MECHANICAL CONSTRUCTION.
O. 110 at 3T, I a Hendry Hloek
lo I V 1 1X1 :i.
33 ABIIaiVIULli 3.
Money advanced on Watehes, Diamonds
and various other articles
35 Norm inaln Htrccl. 33
l.srin eiHil, nlrv rooma, houae newly fur--hriliiriHMl
ttihlc. Tcnn. rcaaon.lil.. oa
street ear line.
, , MKM. J. I.. 8MATIIKKM,
July I ildnm SIN Patton A to.
Dr. U. F. Arrington,
MI'RUKON Mt UKNTIMT.
Pllllntf teeth a aitet-liil.w. nlan Ihi.iIh ,llb
eased Kiuna, nnd all dlseuaea twrtalulnil to
ine uenini atrueltire. Olflev rooma on Piit'
ton avenue, over Hayaor k Hinith's dniu
VIH()INIAN-a church woaian-esprrl-eneeil
Iu teaehlntf and well rm-fimm.ti.ll
dratira a situation In school or famllv
Oualinrationa, Hnallah, l-atln, Preneh, Mo.
e imatrumrntni). Ailiireaa, wllh rrferencea.
laa II. I. W hillock.. T.mah...,L v.
BALLARD. RIGH & BOYCE,
StoycH and Tinware.
PLUMBING, GAS AND STEAM FITTING, SLATE
AND TIN ROOFING.
PAINTS and OILS.
THE PASTEUR FILTER,
IN A 1. 1. NIZliM I'tlU I'AMII.V
AND IIUTIiL, I'SH.
Uuarnnleed lo be tienu Proof.
A 1.1. HIZHS KBI'T IN 8TCCK.
LIME! LIME! LIME!
A CAR LOAD OF
FRESH - LI M K
-FOR HA .!:-
In Bulk or
Ofllce No. 30 ration Avenue
TUI.UI'IIONll Nil. 40.
Wareliouac at Hrpot.
I'. . Hot o.'l
C. E. MOODY.
(.old. Silver, Ivory, Onk, (lilt anil Ciuul I
nution Mouldlnua. Alao Houin Mouldinm.
Pieturea Minted. Mounted uud Pramed ut
lowest prlcca and work cuiirnnteeU. linurav
inxa, PnlutiiiKa and l.aeal Views always on
a 8. Main HU, Asthevllle.
CHEAP RATES TO ALL POINTS.
Knilroad tieketa liouitht, aold nnd
chanKcd. All trunaaetioaa guarnntred.
C, P. RAY,
Ticket Ilniker, Oiik,sIU Hwannnnoa Hotel
Will be At
3a Bailey Street
llaeh mo.nina rsccpllnii Wedneiulay and
Satunlay to receive piano puirila or to make
arrangrmcnla lor leaaons. 8elnl attention
given to enacmhle plajlnu, partlculnrly for
those who wlih to Improve In reading music,
Terms, Slo.oo, lA.OO or Sao.tM) a quarter,
avctinllnii to leniith of leaon, or whether In
a clnaa. Payable In middle of nuarter.
Mlaa Mnrv C. R vnolda. of HI. Aumiatlm-
Florida ia rendv to receive otioila In HoImov
al her rooma, nil Unllcy at ret t. Text iMioka
lor amr or rent.
?OH a ALU.
Plve hundred londa of nice fnre rM-k l.n,
blc for buildina pnrMiaca. Aiiph to
, . . 11. v. I.IINU,
lulvMd'jw Ramoih. N. C.
POR RBNT JULY 1ST.
Photo aallrry over l.aw'a atore.
Patent akylluht: narlnra and nrintinii 'dr.
pnrtmcnt; commodious and enay of aeveaa.
l'"7 i" pnAHiiun, KrinMn l til,,
junr-uiu oa south Main stmt,
HUM III ICR ART SCHOOL.
July and AuRtist Inalmrllon In drnwlnu
nd lutintlna from nature antl III,.. l.,,r in.
formntlon apply al Mrs. Irwin's, eo. Colleuc
and SprutT alrrela, or aend for rin-ulnra.
MKM. Itl.lXAIIIITtl IIAKIIYVANIIKKIIOOJ'
juneii.iuim in New York City
I70R MA LB.
A store and dwelllnit and nine nnd
at-rea inno .n vtcai Asnt-vllle, opM,alte the
and ndluinina that of Mr. I'. W. CUpp. l'rli-e
,Nnp , tne Trm nanrviiie .mtinivement C
fJ.Him. One third raahithr balance nt rlshl
l-r t-mt. intrrrai lor a term Ol years. Ad,
dreaa M KM. H. Mllllltf.KOW.
Pinraallr, Weatehestrr County, N. V
Or A. T. Hi.MMBV, Aallevllle, N. ti.
11 IH HUNT.
The store houae No. At Mouth U.I. at.
Apply to T. C. IIKUWN,
. Or M. I.. UtHHIIiR, 88 Patton Avenue.
July 1 Ad I m
Three store hotiae.eoniainin. i..i,i..iiim,
rooma. in one nf the moat ilealr.1,1 l.M.n,l..M.
In the city, Mullahlc for hiianllnu houae.
oaaeaaiun Kiven Auauat 1. Apply to
lltNk-a jb itfML'a
Real Itatatr and laanrance. HoomaB and ii).
nn ration Avenue, Aahevil a, N. C.
The time for llallna i..m uhu...
Ins; In a eloae, and there are many who have
so far failed to make their rrturna. It all
rrmemtwr that all men between the aires of
ill and AO are required to Hat their poll, and
all men ownlna Dronertv In I SI. -.- n.
townahln on ih. fmt nf f, ..mi K
quired to Hat the same, and falllnc to do so
auh eet. them to a double l.
ecu lion for a misdemeanor.
. ... . A, T, at'MM BY,
July IS, laoo. Taa Lister.
ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1890.
TERMS STRICTLY CASH WITH ORDER
In quantities nut leaa than one ton at factory
In quantities not lesa than one half ton tit fuelory,
0(10 pounds, (III tickets, 10 uounda each
700 " as an
700 " in " no "
moo " 10 lou "
No lee will he delivered without enali or
Atriieville Ice &
Telephone No. 36 and 40.
JHLLICO COAL AT RETAIL,.
For Urate, soo. For Stovea, ... 94.50.
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
For sale at Whuleaule ami Retail hy
ASHEVILLE ICE AMD COAL COMPANY.
Telephone 36 and 40.
Rxeluaive Auenta 1 1 ionic, tic and Hlcnml for Western North Carolina.
LI1WI8 MADDUX, Prea
L. V. MeLOUU, Vlee-Pres.
Diksctoks: Lewis Maddux, M.J. Deartlen,
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, -
Oraanlicd Mar lat, 188
State, County and
Does a Oencral Hanking Buainesa. rwpoalta
lections made on all aeecaaihlc iwilnta. The Savins Peatur will rrcrlre special attention.
On all aums In Una department, deposited for bur moatbs or longer, Interest at the rat
or 4 prr cent, per annum will be paid,
8iecial attention iriven to loans on real estate, which will be placed tor long time oa real
Open Irom 9 a. m. to a p. m. On Saturdays the Haying Department will be open till fl p.m.
217 Haywood Street.
All WATKH THOROIK.HI.V FILTKREU on the Prcutfaets.
Twenty-live yenra ol prnetleal eiKrience, combined with i'khsonal attenUon to all de
tails of the busineaa and perfect arruniccmcnta for clkanlinskb and pukitt of all goods
manufaeturcd, enable the proprietor to present to hli aumeruua patrons a superior daas ol
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphons.
liincr Ale and all the vnrioua Havora of SODA WATItR ready for shipment and aVHrm,)
lire In City limits. Out of town orders must hnvc ksaronsiKLS reference,
C. H. CAHPBKLL,
MOUNTAIN PARK HOTEL & COTTAGES.
HOT SPRINGS. N. C.
Rooms in Cottages Upon the Grounds With
TABLE HOARD AT HOTEL.
$12 00 TO 4ia.oo
P ER WEE K.
ONLY EIGHT MILES FROM ASHEVILLE ON THE A. & S. RAILROAD.
-A HOME IN
A lovely building lot Amino feet In shndy grove hv
the Aneal mineral aprlnga in the Month at fill to SUM).
A quiet plnee. hluh, dry, line vlewa anil good aodety.
I'liuc-well laid oil wllh wide atreela all main avenues
loo feet wide. Two i ood new holela. depot, daily
malla. etc. Kkyland Mpringa ia a new and popular re
aorl and In. unci io grow. Uuy now for a voltage or
an nn inveainienl. ,
Trnina leave Aabevillc at D.I0 a. m. and return at 7
p. ni. UA eenla
OTIS A. MILLEll,
Sktyland P. O., N. C.
feb 1 1 dilin
HOTEL5' AR MO ND-HO
SKVLAND MINERAL, SPRINGS, N. C.
KlRht Miles South of Anhevllle, on the A. Jk S. Rafh-oMtf.
New hotels, new cottages, new furniture, beautiful groves, neat tcnn!. and crooarl U.n.
48 MINERAL SPRINGS.
Vlhlle Sulphur, Alum, Mugmatn, Iron and Uiim. Thuor aeekliig health and iV..ur. ....
aeleet society will not fall lo vlall thla pleasant resort and drink of Us healing waters.
Aahcvlllc, N. C.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Manalacturers and Dealers In all kinds ol Dressed '
Door, Snah, Bllnda, Mouldlna;, Stalrwork, Mantels, Bank
aud Bar Flxturca, and all kind of Bulldlnir Material.
Hard Wood Lumber
nor 14 d1, Telephone
May Come and go, hut we arc
DID YOU HEAR
Wt have Straw lints 1 cent to 00 cents each.
ther house-see them. Nine and Ten Uunrtrr Shirting by the cast. Prints, Olnghams,
ike., e at any price yon would ask them, none all Milk Urns Good. IS cents per yard.
Would say more but this will con vine. yon.
Asheville Dry Goods Co.,
J. O. MOWBLL, Maaaasr.
At old stand, 1st door below Ptaalssaa Co.'s Hardware tors.
AU UK TISHMBKTS.
40c. per hundred,
Tickets now on sale at the office of the
No. 30 Patton Avenue.
I. B. RANKIN, Caahkir ,
Kankin, J. B. Raj. J. B. Heed.
M.J. Psrk. J. B
received. Bzchanac bourht and said Col
E. A. LeVENE,
Near FaswcuKcr Depot.
Here to Sell Uooda and are
WHAT WE SAID?
Splendid line of Shoes cheaper taaa any
rr3Lr c-v Vr JX. -il