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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN : WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 30, 1890.
THE DAILY CITIZEN. I r
II. D. CHILI), Business Manager.
THEW.C. T. U. ASSEMBLY.
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trunaient advertiacmcuta muat be paid in advance.
The Citizkn la the moat citenaively drcu-
uiii'ii anu wiuciy reau uewapaper la weeieru
I ta illacuaaion of nuhlir mm and mpnaurea
la lii the intereat or public integrity, honeat
LAST NIGHT'S RECEPTION A
CAPT. T. W. PATTON DELIVERED
THE ADDRESS OF WELCOME.
What Ih noliiK at TD-Day'a HeMHlon
at the College.
The V. C. T. U. Assembly seems to
grow daily in favor not only with the
ladies but with the business men. The
munificent oilers of Copt, and Mrs. J. 15.
Kay and Mr. Otis A. Miller, have been
published. To the board of managers
comes a splendid offer of fifty acres at
Marion, N. C, and another from Presi
dent D. H. Atkins, kindly offering the
Asheville Female college for the use of
nvcrnnicnt. and nroaoeroua tnduatrv. and it
knows no pcraonal allegiance in treating: pub.
Siecimen eopiea of any edition will be aent
iriv to any oue aendlug tnelr nuilreaa.
Reading notlcea tcu ecu la ir line. Obitu
ary, murrlagc und aocicty uoticea nlty centa
Tlic Hon,,, Filled to Overflowluu the Assembly till it is permanently locn
w uii a Hiiiniy laeiiuniea u. tcd Rumorg are j the air tIlnt tIle
Ulence What wan Maid board will have to consider n grander
ana none. proposition than any of these for a locu-
The reception at the Y. M. C. A. rooms tion at Ashcville, and that another place
last night was a decidedly pleasant nf- is ready to bid largely for the honor of
'"i in "k ":1""t Utt or lt ccnU '"iir. It was given ly the Association to locating the Assembly,
me visiting icui-ncrs 01 me uiicr-oiuic i ne aitenioon Hour ycstcrilay was
WKDNliSDAY, JULY Mil, 18110. hummer School and the delegates to the filled by Mrs. L. YY. Ingersoll. of Barn-
. C. 1. I. Assci.ihly. These, with a boo, Wis., in a lecture on Kindergarten
Hbuu.i iiiunn large number ol Ashcville cople and work. Everybody who heard it felt
'V mxi'." fn-IcB'"1"" pl"" '" A'"v"ll': their Iriends, filled the spacious rooms sorry for those who were absent. It
iia i; ruH y i'akk nhws stanii. inmost to overiiowing. 1 ne guests tirst was not only of special profit to teachers
ViomiucJOAK 8roKlj.;iiiton Ave. assembled ill the reception rooms on the but every mother would have b.-cn a
J. CAKSo.N'SNiiWSSToKii, Nurth -jiiri I s.-.oinl ll.ior, n,ut later adjourned to the gainer for training of her little children.
lecture hull above to enjoy the literary The morning hours to-dny were occu-
PERTINENT AND PERSONAL, program winch had Ikxii prepared. The pied by Mrs. Woody in a strong practical
lirst number was a pinno solo bv Miss exposition of the best methods of curry
Slave, ol Philadelphia. Capl. T. W. I'at- iug on evangelistic work
l.iu lnllowed, mid in khallol' the V.M.I Miss Willurd, Mrs. Gordon nml Miss
V.. A. tciidcml the hospitality ol the (".rillm left yesterday for the Lake View
rooms to the mvileil guests, lie said: 1 1 lino, W, C. T. I'. Assembly. Mis.
"Ladies and f.eiillimin 1 Icel it a high Woody, president of the North Carolina
privilege, in Ih.-Ii.-iII ol the . M. C. A,, to
cMend a hearty welcome to one and all.
It is must appropriate for Christians to
extend a welcome to a body of tcachcrs-
Are offered to nurchnaera nf Tnhlp Clif.
lery and Sjwons and Porks; also of plain
and decorated Dinner and Tea Sets and
Chamber Sets, at Law's on South Muin
To the Public,
It has been known for innw timn tlw.f
I will lie a candidate before the demo
cratic county convention for the nomina
tion for the office of Superior Court Clerk
of lluncombe countv. I have inat lmn
informed that the report has been circu-
iiuen mat t will not abide by the decision
ol the convention in ease its decision is
adverse to me. I desire to say that
such n report docs me a great injustice.
In submitting my chums to the
convention i consider that my
minor is pledged to stand by its
choice, and if 1 urn not the fortunate one
l shall not only not lie a candidate, but
will support the nominee with all the in
fiuence 1 can command. I hope this will
lie satisfactory to my friends.
W. K. Vol no.
Ashcville, N. C, July 28, 18'Jd.
Nt'wa AImuiI AmIiwIHImiim and ol
HlratiAterM Wlllilu Our SaUteM.
There were 1 Mi a' rivals at the
pal lintels yesterday.
Greenville, S. C, is represented at tilt
t'.len Kock by T. I'.. Wall.
K. S. II I and witi-arc at I lie Swan-
naiioa lYotn SumpU-r, S. C.
. Y. Joyiicr nt I'mUslium is allium; the
guests ol the (irand Central.
Allen l'leming mid wile id I. aureus, S.
C, arc at the I irand Central.
Mrs. W. II. Kelly of Mobile is at tin
Itattery Park tor the season.
I1. W. Miller is registered at the (limnl
Central from Kogersvillc, Tcnn.
Mr. 'and Mrs. Charles I'. Page and Mr.
W. 11. Page id' Providence, K. I., arc at
Mrs. W. H. Wright and V. II. Wright
.neat the Mattery Park. Their home
at Peiis.'ienla. Florida.
P. I. Tally, ol . Memphis, and Mr. Hood
and Miss Mood, of Kuuwillc, Tcnn.,
guests of the I'.len Knek.
Inn. W. Pennies, of Xcwlvrrv. ami W.
M. isUrne, ol AiiiIitsiui, S. C, are regis
tcrcd at the (irand Central.
('. A. Mears is preparing to have ac
eretc sidewalk put down in front ol his
stores on Si nit li Main street
lllicii llilher and wile, Miss Maliel
I lillyer and Mrs. Harris, of Knuie, (',;,.,
are guests ol the Swanuanoa
Mr. and Mrs. C. K. I.uekv and Mi
Sophie M. I iiielnux, ni Kmisvillc, Tenn.,
have munis at the Swauiiau
l.en. W. Mi CI. in. ih. in and Miss M
Cl.ciiali.n, ol Virginia are aiming the re
cent arrivals at the ll.ilurv Park
Mr. J. S. SK iieer. president ol thcC'inn-
iiieuial Natiuual llauk ol Charlotte
legislered at the Mattery Patk, and alsi
Miss Jessie Sjieneer.
Miss Susie ebb, nl' Warren Plains, N
C, a sister ol Pnd. C, A. Webb ol the
Ashcville city si hools, is visiting atC. M.
Mel. o, id's on North Main street.
Jesse (iran, ol l'pK-r Hominy, died at
his home vestcrdav afternoon of cholera
W. C. T. I', let at noon to-dav.
Mrs. Mary II. Hum, one of the strong
est Sieakcrs in tciiicrnncc ranks is here.
It is she who has secured the I assaec of
It is true of the present, and will be ol a law in the Tinted Slates congress and
tne lutiirc. tnal Christianity anil eiliica-1 ,n all but eleven State legislatures.
lion must advance hand in hand ; that (paring the teaching of temperance, from
inc teaching that Hoes not recognize the a scientific standpoint, in ull the sehoi
divine hand must fall far short of its oh- under national and Stateeontrol. liver
ject, and that the Christianity that docs body should hear Mrs. Hum,
not rcengmc education must also lull
ilinrt. Illegal vou to believe that this
expression comes In nil our hearts, and
to accept and enjoy it."
Pint. Alex. li. I-ryc. of Hyde Park.
Mass., iiiinlc a short address. He slated
luielly l he objects ol 'the Inter-State Sum
iner School, ol which he is president, nml
as an illustration spoke of the ancient
'.reeks. Some of their triU's, he said,
1 he brick sidewalk in front of the court
house was taken up this morning. The
iron fence will lie moved back sixteen feet
and the curbing will be moved back also,
A concrete sidcwnlk will be put down
Keaolutlona or Reapeel.
1 1 A 1 .1 . SwAXNANIlA I.OIH1K,
So. .-ill, I. O. O. !
Ashcville. N. C. Inlv 15. I Bill
Wliprrna Urn. A I Itli.ir nil.... ,.
liven on one sale ol the mountains nml traded illness, departed this life on the
some on tne oilier, and every venr thev M'tn ml
metal the annual came. Ilv this r. Resolved. That by tins death Odd Pel
i ., ... , .. lowslup lias lost a lini-lit und zealoi
i..,Ke ... uimipu. ,,nTO limn up US .,.lnl,.r ,l,i, I.H,re .,. ......
real eivinauoii. sn it is will! tne ieo- brotlier, Its memU-rs a worthy exanu
pie Mere, t uosc wim come lo this school I "r our guioancc ami our community
., ....... i,....r , , i., i... i I good citizen.
i " ""i -i u ..I..-.I ti... :.i.:. .i i ,
1'iti - I ; ti,,., .... I ivpimi, imii m una, me arcitnu uc-
n ...... ,,.av,..v fcw IH m f sift.,.
I roiessor i rye was lolloweil by an in-1 we arc iidinoiuslicd that death come
sirumcnlal trio liv .Messrs. W. li. and ;lllkl' m:ln 1,1 "is pnmi and to those ol
Ceo. K. Collins, on the violin, and Mrs. ""'turcr yeurs, and that we ull should be
l-.ngan on the piano, Mrs. Mary C.
Woody, ol Curtiisboro. president of the
North Carolina W. C. T. P., delivered n
short address on the teiiiarance ipies-
lion, as relating to the teachers. She
slutcd that the mothers thought them
ever prepared lor the summons whe
ever it comes
Resolved. That we extend to the fain
ilv ol our deceased brother our lei-ins t
sympathy, and commend them to 1 1 itn
in whom he trusted, und who is u lathi
in the widow and lather Una
K (solved, That these resolutions be en-
selves Hie head ol the government, but I ll'n;d iiMinour recordsaud a page therein
w hen tiic bos were sent off to school
they returned with beer tickets in their
pockets, and the ipiestion arises: Who
is the head ? She exhorted the teachers
lo bring everything possible lo bear to
have il brought about that the home
may lie the government and that noth
ing shad lie able to tear it down. The
next iiuuiIkt of the program was dc-
deibeateil lo Ins memory; that thev I
published in the city pajier and a copy
sent to ine iiouuv.
Kcspcctlully submitted in F. L. S: T.
J. P. Sawvkk, I
II. II. Cosnv, J Com
Jno. V. JllKllAN
HAI L Stt NN.MIN I.IIIM1K,
No. ,i(l. I. O. (. F .
Ashcville, N. C. July 13, lHlMi
llervas. The ami intrlliiffii. him
iigniiuiiy rendered vocal solo by Miss reached us ol the death of llro. li
l-'icklcu. of liniiviilc. Vn. li was fol- Jones,
lie was thirty-four yearn old .. ,., . ,.,i.i.u- i, ti... I Kesolvcd, That this I-odire tins lost
and kit a wile and three children. TheM ii..n.'... .., m i ,, g'"d member nml its memliert a wnrm-
-i inclined and generous Iricnd.
on the same hue taken nil by Mrs. Woody. Kesolvcd. That we deenlv denture his
.isiieviue i 'ivisiou nms oi i viiia'rauei- and said mat Hie Home is the unit ol untimely iicnin. anil snouiii iv tins event
No. I.'., will give an ice cream simper at civilisation and that the aclionl ia ' ndmonishcd ol the uncertainty of life
their hall, over Cannii liacl's drug store, tension of the home, lie said thaf lath-
to-morrow (Thursday I evening at s.IMi crs and mothers should do everything in
o clock. 1 lie public cordially invited. I their nower to cneouraue the a. li.,,,1
I", li. Swcnson, general soul hem whole- The greatest iullucncc a man or woman
. Swcnson, general southern whole
sale agent for the Kurlin.-in piano, is in can exercise on a child, he said, is the
the city with the intention of oianing a I character of the teacher; the JKrsonal in
branch house here. Mr. S. i. Wagoner nuencc ol the teacher over the child.
of K mix ville will have charge when it is lr. Hallicl saikc ol the way parent
A pleasant party slopping at the Mat
tery Park hotel is that composed of Jas.
I.. nrccn ami wnc ol Louisiana, .Miss
Laura P. Mreed, P. M. MhtiI and A. (
Month. I hey w ill spend sonic time at
this pleasant resort.
W. K. (iuilgcr has Ihtii appointed jatii
tor of the city buildings to lilt the place
that was occupied by W. L. I.. Pratt
who is in jail as an accessory in tin
shooting affair at Hampton & feather
shin's on Friday night.
Missdcorgia L. Pccklinin, who with
her sister sK'iit the winter here about
two years ago, died at her home in
llrockton, Mass., a short time ago. She
was here for some lime for
often have of poisoning the mind of the
hild against the teacher and said thai
great harm had Ihcii done in that way,
by ruining the ititlucnce of the teacher.
l he lather and mother must look on the
school as n part ol the home, and must
not interfere with and undermine it any
more tnaii they would allow some one to
interfere wilh the home. Ir. llalbcl re
ferred to the lcniH.'rauee question. He
saui mat wiussy is mil what carries
young men into saloons. It is because
they want u warm room in which to
siend (heir evenings. Numbers of (he
young men are mt making ei uugh mon
ey (o lie uble lo have n fire in theirrooins
and have lo go to some such place. After
they gel there, they la-gin to drink. Hi
and prepared to meet the summons w lu
Kesolvcd, That we extend our svnion
thy to the peculiarly liereaved family of
the deceased, and commend them to I lie
cure and guidance ol the Supreme Kule
oi ine i inverse.
Kesolvcd, That these resolutions lie en
tered iiMin our minutes; that they be
iiiiinisiicii in tne city lutiicr ami a cony lie
sent to ine miniiy.
Kesjicctlullv submitted in F. L. St T.
II. H. Cosnv,
P. A. Cl'ilMINOS,! Co
J. P. Sawvkk. )
T7: WI-I-KI.V CITIXHS.cnntmn.
inii a lull, iiicimite nml cuwuxutivc nc
i-iiiint ol' I'riilny s Tragedy mnilcil to
tiny niniri-ss (or .i (cilia.
Hiimwkk donna The Hilt Market.
Wtcii t.nsT This liffloe.
l.oT Mr. Coolry'a ntore.
Wastkim-I. K ., Care nfCltlnrn.
Hntkktainmkxt I'armrra' Wnrrhoiiae.
lilaMil.rTloN Mitics Hrown K Thraah.
lion and has many friends in the city.
A horse U'longing to T. li. Pavis and
consuinii- ,V()altC( ,1C establishment of places
where all ol these young men can go and
AaliHvii.i.a. M. l'.. Iitlv mi twiio
r the underaiitncil have thia day dlaaolved
1 I.I...: I i"'nnnrnni i ity muiuai Clinai'ltt. J.
hi mi inrir eveuiiics witiioi It t iciircacnce Irown m iri.nr.nH i.vin,k. n .H..r..-.i.
lulehcd to a two wheel Imggv was of whiskey, I In "ualnraa In room nnder alorr, anil Thail
frightened while standing in from ol the After Ur. Ilallict concluded, Mr,
postollicc yesterday afternoon. The Taylor followed with u song.
iinniial ran away, turning down North Prof. li. C. Ill anson concluded the pro-
main street, ami oroKC inc Harness ami gram. He referred to the V. M. C. A
slightly damaged the vehicle. and the W. C. T. !'
suvc the young men. He said that there TMAn
had always Ikcii deep in the hearts of The unrloralniril will eonrturt a leneral tin
W. Thrnah tnkina thertidr aim-k In atun.
Fitch wll aaaume pnynirnl of all detiU doe hy
inr iirni hiiu win collect an aeconnta nae aalil
nrm. I. L-. HauWa
an W, Thsash
continue to carry
I rockery. Hiovra, Houerrurnlahtna; Oooda,
up vuiiapirney to in an inrir lirancnes at the aame stand
will receive promnt attentloa.
Alan entrance OB Cnllea-e atreat.
Opera Hall TIiIh KvciiIhk.
Mrs. Hunt, of Huston, arrived this ti,e , h..r.,. .I..1. . i.. ,i I ?!rS ",!r'""I,.,.'B .--- (-basement in
......:... ,. ...i ...a, ...i.i... .... .i. -ii- 1 - .... " i ,,, " oniera ,or worn ien in atore
" , " pnniie in young men saved, but now there
n e opera mo, nl .., o clock to-niglil. orKllIliwi, cfrrt lhc n ,,,, t(,
Mrs. Hunt is the national siiierititcndcnt hnve It done Afie hi. ,i,i..
oi scicniinc temperance in public schools, w. ::,,. ,i , ,i , : ... , OHT,
i.... .. i... i ti. r- f i, - .. I w
. ' ."V . V " ' the Indies hnd prepared delirious refresh
;, 1 """""" menu in n in pie uuuntilies for all,
work than has the SK-nkcr for the even- 1
lug. Through her labors the cause now An Inlerenlliin Cne.
has compulsory scientific teniK'rance in-1 An interesting habeas corpus ease whs
On Monday afternoon. het.M-n Mln at
and IM-aumont, an alllaator hand ban, run-
tninina anii-ita neionaina to a yonna; lauy
Hultable reward If left at Mr. Cooler s store
struetion in all the States but eleven and licfore Judge Merrimon yesterday morn
in every Territory. This work has licen iug. It involved the possession of Susie
the result of the indefatigable labors of Koiwtwister, an Indian child. The suit
the iakcr of the evening. is brought by John Kos:twistcr,futherof
Mrs. Hunts subject for the evening I the girl, and n against W. II. Spray. The
will be "The School House and the Kc-1 girl, who is nine years old, has been ut-
public." tending the government school in Cbero-
for the MImhIoii Hoanlial. "'tinty of which Sprny istcachcr.and FARMERS' WAREHOUSE,
The Athletic Sextet J' Z'Ltl . "0 CCL0C1
ne lerioruiioii-e i riiuiv nignt lor tne lien- .. ,
.. ' . . HlirilU Uinll ,1 Hl n ua k H-.. !! I..
chtol.the Mission Hospital, the program v -i mmtiira ra, THK UKNKFIT OP TUB MIMION
to consist of athletic and ncrobatic per- ".V"e ,nl,,cr c,n,mf, t'"hedughter ().P TAU
fnrmani-n a siinl A.nr. iw.i . utcn tnugh( (o ignore her parents
crs. ult over three horses. Refreshment. whw y CHlleJ to " 1kt- 0n "" A,hle,,c "
will be served at reasonable prices, the ad- ""' " adjourned until
r ' I M aa.a 4 It la ..L lA ...ill I I 1. I
mission bcingonly SGcents. A raised plat
form and chairs for all will enable every
one to see and enjoy the performance thor
Aug. 13th when it will be heard by Judge
l-red C. I'hillips.
W. H. Austin represents Atlanta at tbe
OMKRSAULT OVBR S HOKBB8. ,
Raised itase and stats tor all. Admlsaloa B8
cents. RefreahmenU at reaaonablt prices,
The lerrect Hammer Kvaorl,
Mountain ark Hotel, Hoi
MprlngH, N. C.
health, pleasure, home comforts and the
liest table in the South. No dust. Pure
mid abundant water and iici-fect sanitary
arrangements. Swimming imol with
bathing suits ns at seashore. Milliards
bowling, shooting gallery, tenuis, ball
room, music, am a well emmim-ii liver
The baths are the finest m America mil
the thermal waters are an unexcelled B
cmc lor riiciiuialism, gout, sciatica, lie
voiiscxuuiisuon ami all diseases or
skin and blood. Resident physician
Trains leave Ashcville for Hot Springs
ill n.on a. ,n p. m. ami 7 p. in. lix
eiirsiou tickets including one dav's lioari
at tlic .Mountain Park Hotel $4-.o(l,
As it is niv iiitciitiiui in the future
ainliiiyiiiy Iwsiiiiss tit Aen's. s'iocs, Ilm
miti i iiriiMiinrs, i rwnr oWer mr cntin
stuck nl l.wlivs mill Children's SIkich a
iii-timl cost. h'cniciuUr u lien I miv e,.i
inciiiiciist. It will h? to your inlrir
to lake iitlviiiltiiic ut tliistiiiinirtiiiiitv,
l- F.. Mlh'lll-LI.:
-H I'utliin Avenue.
A Had Railroad Wreck
occurred several days ago on one ol our
most important trunk lines. NiiIkm
Hurt but nil the baggage except the
ivoiiiT-iriiy iruiiKS was smashed
Huy one. Sold by dealers. Made bv 11
vt . Koiindtrec o: llros., Kichmoml, Va,
A New Road to HIIhh.
If you are wise mid wish to liceomc
healthy and wealthy also, von will use
Koiter Mug or l-.lcctric Light tlour; li
imisc ine vsiievillC iVlllllllL. L nmiifinv
tlour is not only the Inst but thcclicnnc'st
BALLARD, RICH & BOYCE,
Stovcs and Tinware.
PLUMBING, GAS AND STEAM FITTING, SLATE
AND TIN ROOFING.
PAINTS and OILS.
To ex.-hniiB.- n llrat ehiaa I'priKht I'inno for
niir inn iiik noriw. '. ; n ,
Jiilyaod.-tt Care ol Cllbcn,
A inin11 ImllfM' isolfl wntth with rhnln (im
lrnoi, niotiHT ol K-nrl timnnUil. SuitiiMr
nwiini ny itHVIIlK at I It III nlliix',
jBANII OPERA IH
oim:nin nk;ii i n,
AL'GI ST 7TII AM) 8TII
THE . CONIC - OPKH.t
fNHItH THU MANAI'.lt.MliNT til' TUB
I'OK TIIH IIHNI'.I'IT 111'
THE MISSION HOSPITAL
tiKANll CIKIMoH 1)1'
FULL ORCHESTRAL ACCOMPANIMENT.
KI'LHNllin COHTPMi; AND IMIMliHOt'H
8CHNUHV. I'lll'I I.AH PRICKS.
Tiekela on aide nt Him yer'a on and after
Monilny, AuKuat 4.
liAL HNTATIi ni l ICIi.
i ne nnnrraiirnrii una nn orRi-e nt No. tin
atton avenue for the purpoae of huvlint
nil aelliiia real ealnlr tin -t.,n..la-i.... ..' in?
eral terma. Hneeiul iittnillnii will le
o rent nml ffrnertil .ll.-iinu i....i.... ,
hy alrlct attentinn lo owner'a interrata
tu merit your iniironiiKc and conn
"f ''' C,""l""Ion to I'irat Nu
julyaiKl.lt. """""K 'TLKlKllt.
LfdK HA LII.
At Hot Hlirlnira. N. C. an rlrirant l..kl
room honac; InrKe lo IllOa.'loo 7ert. Alan
one vacant ioi iM-iiuiuui liiiildinK alte. As
r. in laun lUUMItRT,
JillyllllPJw Hot Hirlna, N. C.
ORIVATB BOA K II.
I.arire cool, nlry ronma, house newlv fiir.
hed : wood table, Terms rcaaonable, Ua
atrcct ear line.
MM. J, L. RMATHRRH.
81 Patton Ave,
A second hand safe. Are and burnlar proof.
ii.iiwii uui, nuorraa
Boa B . I'. 0.
A ateildv. mIImIiIo man who mm Afivm a..l
Inkc can? nl hnrw. Tn ha vluh man a.
tcadr Job cat! he had. Urn whn v lrrl
tatily nrvd not amily nt
. yAMf UHLLi'S BODA FACTORY,
July ami at
A rood vountf man. In fWm.lv vrmv
wiUaimiTq in KlJi
in, in ininiij pnwy, wril
AHdrcM, with rcferencm,
THE PASTEUR FILTER,
IN ALL. HIZI!8 FOR I'AMILV
VNll HOTIiL, I'SH
tin ran tree! lo be f Serai Proof.
ALL SIZU8 KUl'T IN STOCK.
I'OKTLASIt VKMKXT AND
TILE AI mWRETK
ForwuniuV of work weTilc
WnlkHin front of HayHorJc
Sinit h'8 Dni-Store and WoHt
ern Carolina Hunk. For Con
nvto Itlock Walk wn'tliatiii
front of Cuiinicliad'H Drup:
ESTIMATES MADE ON APPLICATION.
Portland and I)omenti! C
incnt, Plaster and Lime for
C. E. MOODY.
Office No, 30 Patton Avenue.
THI.KIMIONK NO. 40.
Wnreliouac nnd 'nrt.rjr near depot Te
ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1890.
TERMS STRICTLY CASH WITH ORDER
In quantities not less than one ton at factory 4,0c. ier hundred.
In quantitiea not leaa than one hair ton nt factory 4Rc. "
6(10 pounda, DO tickets, lo uounda each sn.00
700 " as as 0.(10
7fi(l " 18 " SO ' " OIIO
1000 " 10 " 100 11 " n.ou
No ice will be delivered without caah or tickets. Ticketa now on sale at the ofliec of the
Asheville Ice & Coal Company.
Telephone No. 36 and 40. No. 30 Patton Avenue.
JELLICO COAL, AT RETAIL..
For Urate, 5.00.11 For Stoves, H4.50.
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
-Kor vale ut Wholesale ami Retail Ity
ASHEVILLE ICE AND COAL, COMPANY,
Telephone 36 and 40.
Uiclualve Aiccnts lliomeatic and Htcam) lor Weatcrn North Carolina.
LIIWIS MAUDUX, Prea
L. P. MCLODB, Vice-Pres.
. B. RANKIN, L'aahiur
UiaacTuas:-Lewis Maddux, M. J. Bcardcn, M. J. PaKsj, J. . Kankin, J. tt. Ray. J. U. Recil
a. 11. iieeu. lieo, a. I'owcn, v. M. aici.oua.
-WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, -
Ornaniied May 1st. 1HHM.
CAPITAL. $50,000. SURPLUS,S15,000
State, County and; City Depository.
Uoea a General Banking; Ritainras. Iiepoaita received. UscbonKe bousht and sold. L'ol
leetiona made on all acccaaililc (aiinta. The navintt J'eaturc will receive aH.eiiil nllriilion.
Un all aums in this department, depoaited for four monins or lonKcr, Intereat nt the run
of 4 per cent, per annum will be paid.
Hpedal attention iriren to loana on real catate, which will be placed for Innii Unic on real
Open from 9 a. m. to a p. m. Un (Saturdays the savins: Department will Ikoko till 11 p. in
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
217 Haywood Street.
All WATER THOROUGHLY FILTERED 011 the PremlHCM.
Twenty-five year, ol practical eKricnce, combined with rsssoNAI. attention to nil lit.
tails of the bualneaa and perfect arrangrmrnta for ci.KANLlNaaa and I'Ukitv ol all comla
manufactured, enable the proprietor to pn-acnt to hia numerous patrons a auiierior elaaa ol
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphons.
dinner Ale and all the .arioua flavor, ol 8(11 ia WATUK ready for shiinirnt and ilrllvcrcd
free In City limits. Oat of town orders muat haveSHaroNaint.s reference.
C. H. CAMPBKI.U
MOUNTAIN PARK HOTEL & COTTAGES.
HOT SPRINGS, N. C.
Hold. Silver, Ivory, link, ('.lit anil Combi-
niillnn Mouldlntia. Alao Room Moulillnira.
ricturcs Mnttid, Mounted and Pramcd nt
low-eat prtcca and work icuarnntccd. Bnura
lna. PaintlnK. and Local Views alwaya on
aa 8. Main St., Aatbcville.
Real Etttate Agent.
OFFICE 8 MAIN ST., (A. D. COOPERS" STORE.)
Real Katnte bnuKht and sold at public nnd
private sale. Rente collected. I conducted a
Real I'atatc and Auction buaineaa In Chnrlea
ton. n. t... ten yearn, and will aive prompt
N..ru.i.Fi, ,u uuMincae puc in my caargc.
Miaa Miii-t C. Revnolda. of fit. AubimMh.-
Plorida. la ready to receive nunila In Holnnv
at her rooma, SO Bailey street. Text booka
or anie or rent.
Photo snllerr over Law's atore. Have
stent akyliaht: nnrlora and orintlnir ilr.
partmcnt; conimoilioua nnd eaay of acGcaa.
A poly to
BKAMIlllN. RANKIN Cll..
Ml Mouth Main street.
The store house No. 41 Houth Main atreet,
ppiy 10 T. c. IIRDWN,
fir II. L. JUIm;HR, 83 Patton Avenue
Dr. B. F. Arrington
Mt'MOKON rCSi aKTIIT.
I'illlnR teeth a specially, alau treatlns illn-
1MC1I Vlima. anil all diiu-MMea iM-rlnlnlnu in
ine oenini airiieiurr. limi-e ronma on Pul
ton avenue, over Rayaor Ik Smith's drun
SEPTEMBER 3. 4, 5 & 6, 1890.
Of alt the handanme and valuable pronerty
that has lieen nflered In Aahcvllle, none cnnU
parnoic 10 me unbroken forrat of over One
Hundred Acres divided and subdivided Into
the moat beautllul Iota and tracts. Ivlnu
Thi) Boulevard of the City,
About one-third being within city limits snri
the remainder In the charming suburban villa
Only one mile from Court ftauar (10 mln
tea drive) and on tht beat and moat nonular
nn icaoins to tne country. There la lab
yrinth of avenues and streets being built
through these grounds under the supervlaloa
of on. of the finest engineers In the Houth.
The lots and tracts will range In slse from M
acrt to a to s low, th. larger plats covering
soma of the most beautiful and picturesque
elevation! te be round la a day's journey,
end for plat of the property to
Nat. Atkinson & Son.
ISlUBVtl M Mm
Rooms in Cottages Upon the Ground With
TABLE UOAHD AT HOTEL.
$12.00 TO $14.00
P ER WEE K.-
ONLY EIGHT MILES FROM ASHEVILLE ON THE A. & S. RAILROAD.
-A HOME IN-
A lovely building lot nilrtnll fei t In ahndv grove by
the aneat minrrnl aprlnga in the Kunlh lit li to $11111.
A Mulct place, high, dry, line views nnd good ma-h-lv.
I"""1 ' off wllh wide atreeta-nll mum nveiiura
lis 1 feel wide. Two vood new hotela, deiHit, dully
malla. etc. Kkylnnd Spring, la a new and popular re
eort and bonml to grow. Huy now for a collage ur
aa an Invcatinent.
Trninalrnvr Aahevllleat 1)10 a.m. and return at T
p. m. an centa.
OTIS A. MILLER,
Hkylund p. 0., N. C.
fcbl I d'lm
HOTEL? ARMOND-HOTEL BONNYCREST
SKYLAND MINERAL SPRINGS, N. C.
KlKW Mile. Houth of AhI.cvIIIc, 0.1 the A. A N. Rllrod.
New hotels, new cottages, new furniture, beautiful umvea.nr.i tr....i.
48 MINERAL SPRINGS
White Hulphur, Alum, MnKnialn, Iron and linaom. Thoar -..l.i.. 11 .
leetKrtety will not fail to vl.lt this pleasant rcaort uud drink of Its be. lag w.l'rs
E. A. LeVENE,
Aahcvllle, N. C.
Near Pasuseiigcr Depot.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Mannfacturers and dealers in all kinds of lireaacd . '
Door, Saab, Blind., Mouldl.iKa, Stalrwork, nantela. Bank
and Bar Flxturca, and all klnda of Ruiiii..r m.i...i.s
Hard Wood Lumber Work a . Specialty.
OTld Telephona No. ..
A WIND STORM
ay Come and but Wc are Here to cll Oooda nirr.r.
Going; to Sell Them.
DID YQU HEAR WHAT WE SAID?
W. ban Straw Hat. 1 cent to 60 cents each. Bplendld line of Shoes ch.a... .1
.th.rhou.e-. them. Nln. d Tea B-.rt .hlrt.n, b, tb. ea. Prints, O.ngh.m
c ., at an, pries you would aak them. Bom. all Silk Dress Oooda IS cent, per ,.rd
, uu mi. wiu convince yon. r (
Aaheville Dry Goods Co.,
Julyaodtdata . t
r. vi bua ova, wiijr,
AaaaTiiiiiD, n, Vi