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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 8, 1890.
WAS A GRAND SUCCESS.
"PATIENCE" ALL THAT
A Very Clever Amateur Perform
ance at the Orand LaHt Jilitbt
The Opera Houae a Mceue of
Beauty The Houae Itneir.
Kcfinnl(l ItmiUiorne Mr. It. L. Price
Archibald Grosvenor Mr. John Child
Colonel Culverly Mr. II. S. Williams,
'Major Murnatroyd.Mr. Arthur IS. Jcnks.
Lieut, tnc Utike ot Luinstuule
Mr. I'mlr'k Hull
ttuntlioriie's Solicitor Mr. A. S. Child
The Lady Angela Mrs. II. L. Price.
The l.iidv Sanliir Miss Ilcssic I'orbcs.
The I.iuly Ivlln Miss Hilliard
The Lady Jane Miss Hurriimton
Patience., Miss Mary Ciuriin,'tun Drown
ACT 1. lixtcrior of Castle Itunthornc
ACT II. A Glade.
The iera of Patience was never given
to a more appreciative audience than the
one at The Grand last night. The cpmiut
story of the pretty milk maid was told
in a most pleasing manner and the dou
ble attraction in that it was also
the iH.'iiing of Ashcville's new then
tre made it an event in the history of the
city and one long to be reinemlicred
livery seat in the house wns tilled and u
mimlHT stood near the walls. The scent
presented was a magnificent one. Main
ot t lie mines attired were in cvcniuc.
dress and the house thrown open for tin
first time was ot course bright and at
It was a few minutes alter nine o'clock
when the curtain went up on the first
act and twenty (esthetic maidens wen
discovered. The ojiciiiui; chorus was ex
cedent and the play from then until tin
curtain lell on the last act went with a
rush that would have done credit to imv
eoinpanr. The plot of the piece is known
to nearly everybody. It deals with tin
ii'Hthclic craze and Messrs. II. L. Prict
and John Child, who npcarcd as Kegi
laid Iluuthornc and Archibald Gros-
venor, deciplrs of that one time populai
fad, were certainly good. I-'ur the parti.
of Colonel Calverly, Major Murgn
troyil anil Lieutenant, the Duke ol
Dunstable, Messrs. II. S. Williams, Ar
thur Iv. links and Frederick A. Hull,
phi ved the Ivuglish army officers to per
fection. Iloth of the solos of Mr. Wil
liams were encored. In the second net
where the three young bloods have don
mil the gard of the aslhctic, their act
ing was as clever a hit as has Ikcii seen
on the Aslieville stage for some time.
Mr. Arthur S. Child saw an opportunity
to do some decidedly good comedy work',
as Iiuntlioruc's solicitor mid did it. Hit
npcnraucc on the stage was a signal loi
merriment. The parts of Lady Angela.
Ladv Sapliir and Lady ICIla were snug
by Mrs. II. L. Price, Miss llcssie ForUs
and Miss Milliard, as the leaders of tin
maidens. I letter selections could not
have lieen maile. Miss Harrington ap
ieareil as Lady J.inc. Her interpreta
tion of the part was enjoyed by even
one, anil Her uuct Willi Hum home w
it is a thing of beauty nobody can help
but admit ami the compact manner in
which it is constructed miikci the acous
tic properties nil that could be wished.
Three hundred lights, both electric and
gas, shine for the benefit of the amli.'nce.
The center chandelier has 140 luihts. It
is of hammered brass and isjone ol the
finest ever sent out from the Shultz gin
fixtures and art metal compnny of Haiti.
more, the house which supplied all of the pal hotels yesterday
nxiurcs. inc nsucviiiv niccinc L,igm
and Power Company furnishes the liiilit
ing, The wood work was done prinei
iinllv bv T. L. Clavton and P. A. lie
mens. The plate glass is of the finest
quality. The opera chairs were pur
chased of the Andrews Manufacturing
Company. They are of the latest and
most improved style. Their swieriurs
are to be lound nowhere. It took six
months to linish the scenery used in the
house. Uugene Cramer, of Columbia,
.1 -i i ..u..i.a i..- :.....ir
Pcrhupsthe most striking feature of the of tht Grnml lHrn ,,ouc
entire house is the fresco decoration. It Pusim Swink was before Justice Sum.
wusdoiic by Mr. F. A. Grace, who has ,nev to.d cI j with fij,ltjnK she
olhccs both in Aslieville uud Detroit I . , ... . . , . .
wcainer Forecisl Till a a. ni.,
Maiuraayt Mhowerai uoutlieaat.
erly wind ally; lit cbauitea Intent.
Patience at 0era ball to-night.
There were 104 arrivals at the princl-
Rev. W. S. P. Bryan and wife returned
to the city this morning,
There will lie no germnn at tlicliattery
Park to-night because of the opera,
The furniture for the new quarters of
the bank of Ashcville hat arrived and
being placed in position.
A merry go-round is now one of the at
tractions of the city. It is situated west
MichiL'nn. It is utter the style of the
cnrlv French renuuisance with allegory
ami statuesque detail including portraits
ol classic composers. It is executed in
teni i iru colors. Unfortunately this was
not ciitirclv comiiletcd at the opening.
The work on the side walls is yet to Ik
done, lint us it stands now it is admit
ted to be the finest siieeimen of work ol
its kind in this section of the country.
Burly last spring when the house had
ucarcu completion Capt. J. P. Sawyer
became associated wall .Messrs. ApcarsA:
Kcvnolds in its mnnaucmeut. and went
on to New York to secure uu uttruction
was uounci over to tne criminal court in
Mrs. A. P. loiics, who has been siiend
ing the summer at the VnnGilder, left to
day for Greensboro where she will 8icnd
W. H. Powell, of Charlotte, S. II Hnii-
kins, ol Lincolnton, S. C, E.Sternliergtr,
of Columbia, S. C. and U. F. Khiicar, of
Hickory, are at the Grand Central.
All of the prisoners sentenced to the
penitentiary at the. recent term of the
...... i : k . . i... il I... .. I
lorilliuiji-iiiiii:. ti me nun uu ui iin ;uvnci i :.!.... i ... . . .
eom.iai. es wire disbnndimr for the sen- """""" wcre "' 10 "K l'"Km
sou, und although many overtures were
mude bv lesser stellar lichts Mr. Sawyer
accepted none, wisely deciding to leave
the House closed until tail riitncr tnun 10
oiicn it with other than a first class com-
puny. At the time the Mendelssohn
quartette conceived the idea of oictiing
the null with an amateur pcrlormuncc,
mil promised that it would be worthy ol
the House una tlicir oiler was accepted
First it was thought to give Pinafore but
lor various reasons this gave way to I'u
licncc. Since June the company hits been
rehearsed under the leadership of D. W.
Ilissell. The result was the churniiug
production ol last evening.
THE DEIIMON CLOSED.
TeuclierM Who Have Meeu
teiidiiiK lle ttcliool.
The later-State Suiunier School closed
is session yesterday. It has been iiiimi-
uciillv successful, and was one of the
best schools of the kind ever held in the
South. Among those who have been in
to-day by J. F. Wells and Fidilla Fore.
The box occupied by Cnptnin Itudiland
party at the theatre Inst evening, cost
him $23 nt the auction sale on Wednes
day. Yesterday he was offered $100 for
it by a guest ut the Battery Park.
The evening service on Sunday nt Trin
ity Fpiscopal church willlieatfiveo'clock
instead of six, at which time the Ilishop
will administer the rite of confirmation.
He will also preach in the morning.
A wasnout on the 12. T., Vn. and Gu ,
cast of Knox villc delayed the train that
should have arrived here at 12.30 p. m.
until noon to-day. A train wns made
up here for the east. Trains arc running
on time to-day.
After the affray between J. A. Dick and
S. F.. Inman nt Turnpike in which the
former was slightly cut, the latter came
to Aslieville and was about the city until
an officer armed with the pnicrs for his
Miss llcssie Conger, Athens, Gn.; Miss arrest arnveU on the scene on Tuesday
llcllc Cnlhcart, imisboro, o. C; A. Al.
Carroll, Aslieville; Lee 1. Ulnir, Greens
liciro; Miss Mamie llacon, Athens, Ga.
one of the most enjoyable lea lures of tin
For the part of Patience, n better sc.
lection than Miss Mary larrincton
Ilrowu wus nniHissiblc. She is possessed
ol uu exceptionally sweet voice, has
chnrmini; manner uud her acting w
the most pleasant part ill the enter
tiiiuincnt. Miss ltrown received inline
011s lloral offerings that attested the a)
preciatioii 01 iter irieiins.
Fvvrvlhiug went well last night. Tl
characters were exceptionally uooil
the costumes rich and the music bv the
orchestra all that has been claimed for
The chorus of asthctic maidens wns
cinnHiscd of Mrs. J. Taylor Amiss, Mrs,
J. .M- toiingniiil .Misses. Maria llrow
.Nannie Dunn, Kalhcnuc Dunn, Anna
Fincke, lunes Forties, limily Gocrt, Kosu
1. rant, i.riice Ingersoll, Grace Jordan,
Aiargarei Kinrrmger, Anna rciimmau
I'., rciinmian, .Mary Pleasants, l.esl
Pleasants, llattie Sotitt, Janet Hemic
son, Julia Miller, Maude Miller.
The male chorus was as follows
Messrs, J. Taylor Amiss, Jim. A. Cainn-
liell, Koy Deiinisou, Chas. llaeleh, I-. I.
Jacobs, T. K. Jones, H. A. Jones, Walte
Hilliard, W. C. I laugh tern, L.P.McLoud
II. VY. .Mclnnili, I . S. Mclkv, Clarcnc
Murihy, Iv. P. Maiigmn, IC. Iv. Perry,
l-rcd KutlcilMc I-raiik West, T.J. Wool
ilnilgeanil J. M. Young.
The orchestra was made up of the fol
lowing well known local musicians
First violin, Messrs. W. li. Collinsand G
K. Collins; viola, Mr. II. G. Chandler
flute, Mr. Harold I)oublcday;clarioiielte
Mr. Hurt Ik-unison ; second violin, Prof.
(1. , Pearson; cello, Miss Helen Col
bus; cornet, Mr. Frank Patilisch ; piano
miss Annie w imams.
I). W. Ilissell acted us musical director
and Prof. S. Snvillc as stage nianiigcr.
TIIK lllll'SI! itsi;i.'.
The opera house which win ocncd
last night under such auspicious circum
stances is the proH.rty of two well
known and popular Ashcvilliiius, Messrs
. W. Siears and W. T. Reynolds, whose
enterprise and push made it Mssiblc
that the queen citv of the mountains
should have the finest house for enter.
tiiinments in the state of North Carolina
and one of the finest in the south. It
was started ns a business venture. The
rapidly increasing growth of the citv of
Aslieville nun its prominence ns a sum
mer ami winter resort made it evident to
these gentlemen Hint lust such a place
was wanted and they decided to build
ami own 11.
A year ago last May the digging for
the foundation wns begun, and on t lu
ll rst ilny of July the first brick wns nid
The gentlemen advertised for plans and
many of the most prominent archi
tects of the ndjoitiing states submitted
them. Mr. li. W. Iliirkholdcr, of this
cityjwns the ticceHslui;conictitor and
the architectural beauty of the house is
alone due to mm. Since the starting
work has gone rapidly onward. Instead
of letting tlie contract for the construc
tion of the building, Mr. J. W. Spears,
himself a practical builder, became super
intendent und the work has been done
entirely under his stiiiervision. The store
rooms underneath the building were
completed lust March, and soon found
When the building wns first begun it
wns confidently excctcd that it would
be oiencd by the first of January lust,
but as the work progressed the gentle
men saw so many advantages that
miglit nc ndded tintl It was decided to
take more time and make it at once com
plete in every particular. But even with
the new ideas it was not thought that
it would take longer than until the first
ot March. Then still more improve
ments postponed the completion of the
ouiitnng until me nrst 01 May, At the
latter date there were some material
channel to be made, and the house was
promised to the public by the first of
June, urn wnen jane came it was de
cided to make the decorating on a more
grand scale and the first of August was
et for tne opening.
The house itself cost $00,000 and every
dollar baa been judiciously spent . That
Miss Kale Huriictt, Del Kio, Tcnu.; Miss
l.izic Ilncou, Alliens, Gu,; Miss lilla
ltrown, Aslieville; Mrs. T. n. Uruncli,
Aslieville; II. A. llruuson, Spartuuburg
a. l.; Maude Fuller Uroadaway, Win
ston; k. Iv. llrltton, Mt. Olive, N. C;
Miss S. L. llealty, imisboro, S. C.;Jiio.
Hlair, Winston; r. 1. limine, Lcxiug
ion, S. C; Miss M. A. Uolhiigs, Colum
bin; Miss 11. A. Champion, Aslieville;
Miss L. k. Loliekl, Sparlanliurg; L. 1
ulp, llovkius, s. 1.; Miss Sally Carson
Spartanburg; P. P. C lax ton, Aslieville;
Miss Inn Diliard, Athens, Ga.; Missli. A.
Draiiglian, llciidcrsonvillc; Miss Susan
C. Dukes, Aslieville; Miss Margaret
Dukes, Aslieville; .Miss Mary L. Dickson
Morganloii; Miss Mattic li. Puvull,
Lheraw, S. C. ; J. II. Durfne, Sumter, S.
C; Miss Mai v Dodsou, Greensboro; Miss
Lean ulgin, Corinth, Miss.; Miss Claude
l-'iiwards, Daiiiuuloii, S. C; David L,
.;jis, Nashville, N. C; L. II. lidwards,
H.-nilei sou ; Miss Mollie S. Ix'tor,
Vynesiille ; Frank F.vnns. Laurens, S.
C,; I"'1 Fuller, Cordnacn, S. C. ! A. ,
Freeman. Cherokee. N. C. ; Mrs. L. A
Fariiiholt, Aslieville; Miss Kosn Frank
lin. Charlotte; Miss Susie Ycatmmi
Aslieville; Miss M. It. Game well, Spartan
burg; MissS. li. Hatch, Aslieville; Miss
I. N. Todd and wife of Madison, I111I.,
Mrs. J. K. Hoyt of ICngademe, J. P. Kohn
and A. T. Kohn of Montgomery, 1). II
McCollough of Houston, Texas, Miss
II. McCollough of Saluda, N. C, and
Mrs. II. M. Mills of Savannah, Gn., are
at the Swnnnanoa.
Josiah Morris, Dr. It J. Halilwin, wil
and two children F. It. Haldwinof Mont
(joinery, R. Kosenlierg and wife of Abbe
ville, S. C, James Jeffries of Louisiuun
Mrs. II. S. Murray, Miss A. Downing and
Mrs. George Downing of New York. Ins.
11. 1 eun nun aiiss aiiuii lee rennol linn-
villc, ami Miss Hammond of Atlanta. are
nt tne nailery rnrk.
he Walled SlHleen Year.
In 187 Mr. John Kane came In from
her home on Sandy Mush to testify in a
law suit. When she bad finished the re
turned to her home and didn't think any
thing more of it until theother day when
she wanted some pin money and decided
to come down and get her fee. This
morning she occupied a seat in the office
of the clerk of the superior court and told
Mr. Reynolds nil about how "weuni"
hnd been getting along for the last sis
teen years and wanted to know all about
"vou'ns." Mrs. Kane brought her ion
uud grand daughter and a neighbor to
see that everything was done legally, and
when a search of the old records n venletl
the fact that the count v owed her $1!.0!5
and the sum was handed to her, her face
hunted un with a smile that made her
look younger thun when she first gave
her evidence in the case.
BALLARD, RICH & BOYCE,
ICE RATES FOR SEASON I890.
TERMS STRICTLY CASH WITH ORDER
,.40c. per hundred,
.40c. ' '
CtnvB 11 tiff Tlnwnre. I In quantities not Iru thun one ton at nictory
SlUVCB HIIU M lunni Suantillfs not leu Until one hull ton at luctory
lino pounds, Oil tickets, 10 pounds eell $0.00
7W " -'M " US " " 0.110
7(10 " 10 " BO " S.lio
1000 " 10 " 100 " " B.0O
No fee will be delivered without cash or tickets. Tickets now on sale at the office of the
PLUMBING, QA8 AND STEAM FITTING, SLATE
AND TIN ROOFING.
PAINTS and OILS.
IN ALL 8IZH8 I'OH FAMILY
alter I IT ReynoIdH' Majority.
"There wns one mistake in your article
about the coming elections," suid a gen
tleman to Tun Citizkn to-dav. "Your
informant wns nut mrrm-t when he satil
that Sheriff Dan Kcvnolds will have a T H E PASTEUR FILTER.
hnnler time to 1- lX't.l tlii. v..nr I linn " I
he did two years ago. Mr. Reynolds will
will have a much easier lit'lit und will
have a more handsome majority." Tub
Citizkn believes that statement to be
When an author Isn't rend, he's blue
naturally. Ilinghampton Lender.
Index lo New AdverllHemenlH.
Wantru P. A. Pierce.
Niitick .'. K. (irnhinn.
Hos Kai.k-B. II. Atkinson.
Wantsk No. 0 Ktnrnn Ave.
Fos Hknt Win. M. CiH-kr, jr.
Asheville Ice & Coal Company,
Telephone No. 36 and 40. No. 30 Patton Avenue.
JELUCO COAL AT RETAIL.
for Uratet 95.00.ll For Stove, 94.30.
BEST AJSTIillACITE COAL
For sale at Wholesale and Ketail by
I ASHEVILLE ICE AND COAL COMPANY,
xeiepnone 30 ana 40.
Bzelusivc Agents (tiomeatle and Steam I lor Western North Carolina.
A i'oinitrtrnt rttuk.
fITVll. ApplV IO
No. 0 STAR Nit 8 AVH.
Two or tlm-e soutl Tranaltmea. with In.
truineiits, at unee. Anplv to
F. A. PKIRCIt.
No. lrt Ik-anlrn Ave.. Anhcvillr.
A eottaue on Fri-m-h llmntl Avmu.. .nn.
tnlninii (1 rooms uml Inrtrr imntry Apply lo
Cock II. )i
JPOK HA LB.
n iinir 01 nnr vimnip miiipt n ni a vbm
in. aio twouooil niirwu. will lie noli I at
linrKiiiil. K. II ATKINSON.
AND IIOTIiL D8U. I
iuwrMuleed lo be liersi Proof.
ALL Hl.H KBPT IN 8T0CK.
PORTIAS!) CEMKST AM)
TILE AND (VXlllETE
For wimple of work see Tile
Walks in front of llav8or &
Smith'B Drug Store nnd West-
I'arties who houaht lots from C. H. C.rn.
I ...... ii.. 1 . I) 1 i-. t
hum Auku.I nth. will nlw call at Natt At- 11 " v uru"' UUK. V OT lOIl
klnson Ac Ron's office at unee and comply
with the terms of the salt.
lit our MidHl.
I kiiw her lor a lilttle while.
Anil tllt-n no mure.
1 miw her lironil nnil winniiiK smile,
nnn int-n no mnrr.
Ainiiti within the culunim-d spnee,
in mi iik inn iinniniir criuv.
I M-t l.yilin I'mkliam's well-known fni-e
unee more. I'lnl. Tiiikk.
"I lo you think it will rain to-ilav?"
i nun i snow.
A.I. A. llnlken....l. I-orester.S. C: Miss ... '.' join inc
u o li....,.,i,-. ..I.IkI Mia. Mi... Nm" .rVlT-.l';y.n,-l,l'leh men
... ... ............... . , ,. . V II...M ll
Homebody Had Dropped Line.
'I'm going oil' on my own honk." saiil
Trinity In his ninina. Hut he found out
to late that the hook helonged to the
man nt the other end of the line. Ilnr-
ier s Ilaxiir.
"Don't you think young Reginald De-
n ic llalvlnirton, Aslieville; J. .
Joyner, Uohlsboro, N, C. Miss
Mary Kinilierly, Aslieville; . It.
Kem'lrick, Kaleigh; T. C. Karns, Knox-
ville; MiKsJiiha Lide, Darlington, C.
Miss Mary S. Liiniont, Kallonl, N. C.
Mrs. I. A. McDonald. Shelliy. N. C: An
drew C. Moore, liirniinghani, Ala.; Miss
I'. C McCains, Coluiiilim; Mrs. J. 1
Morgan, Aslieville; li, I'. Mangum, Aslie
ville: Mrs. S. L. Morris. Coltinilna: Miss
Allie Met iil vary, Charlotte; Miss Louise Junes n promising youth ?"
McKay, Siimincrvillc, N. C; Major M.I ,"Ver,y- "is tnilor." Dry
m. AICL.11UC111111. .nernw. o. t.: miss i vihuihuc.
l-'livMlu..!. M..IL- ('..Inmlun - W 1 Vl.
Cnslon. Laurens. S. C: Miss M. II. Mnr- s-oii.
lent, Columliin ; Miss li. K. Norris, Aiken, I "Cn-snr, ell ? A good name for n ring.
S. C.j Miss Minnie S. Nance, Keidsville; "Oh, that's only part of it. His lull
.Miss Charlotte Kowc, Coliinilnu; Miss I nnme is ciesnr Agripxr. Philadelphia
i.uev l avne. lenuesscc: miss a. n. i'""e
1'arU, Durlington, S. C: Miss M. II. Kus-
sell, Athens; Miss L. Reynolds, Keidsville
L. M. II. Reynolds, Arcliilale, N.C.; Miss
Knlalic R hoiks, Cheraw, S. C.J Misses
Kdilh A. Smith and Mamie Sinelnir,
Aslieville; Miss M. M. Selhy, Cotumlmt,
C; Sum I C. Smith uml Miss Mamie
L. Sherwood, (ireenslioro; Misses Lucy
L. anil Jennie Wilson, Muyesvillc, S. C;
Miss Corinne WnshiiiL'ton. Goldslwro:
Miss Add V. Womlile, Kaleigh; C. A.
Weill), Asheville; Miss Susie rVelib, War-
reiiton, N. C; Miss M. W. Woodrowand
I). II. Johnson, Columhin, S. C; (.. A.
jrmislcy, Orecnslioro ; MissM. W. Game-
JO I.I.V ROY TRAMPS,
AIsjo a Jolly ProfeMHor Tramp-
Try il ll'a Healthy.
C. II. Jcrvcy, Frederick Tupper, Jr.,
. S. Jervcy, Jr., T. K. Marshnll and
Zimmerman Davis, of Charleston, South
Carolina, are in the city. These young
men are nil nhout 10 years old, and left
nome on j my i j, i ncv started walkinc
from Tryon Citv July 1, tlicir route
taking in Rntherfordton, Morgnnton
and Lenoir, stopping for a week nt mow
ing Rock, They have covered 230 miles
in their tramp, reaching Aslieville this
morning. While here they will be the
guests of Wm. E. Breesc.Jr., on the
awannnnnn. i ncy are nil bnuht. wittv
young fellows, and say they have hnd a
glorious time. They leave for home in
1 ramping is becoming popular, rrof.
, Alexander. I'll. D. of the llniversitv of
. I. ,! 1 .1 ....
norm v.nronnn, pnsscn inrnugn ureens
bnro recently on his way to Chapel Hill.
The Prof, has walked all the way from
Knoxville, Tenn., a distance of some
thing over three hundred miles, in fifteen
Bound lo Have II Rlichl.
From the list of candidate! for county
offices published in Tub Citizkn on Tues
day, the name of James S. West, a candi
date for superior court clerk, was unin
tentionally omitted. An nttcmnt wns
mane yesicraay 10 reciiiy tne error and
do Mr. West Justice, but instead, only
nother blunder was made, the tvnrs
having it that James W. Wert was the
man aggrieved. Tub Citizkn Is determ
ined that this matter shall be riehted. if
li lanes an summer, ana now announces
that Mr. J. S. West will be a candidate
before the democratic convention for the
office named, unless Providence inter
venes to prevent.
In need ol China. G lass. Cutlcrv. l'lnted
Ware, Lamps, etc.. call at Law's for low
prices nnu nnr goons.
W"Amotig the members of a recent
State legislature tlurtv-six had mntricu.
Intcd in Trinity College. Send for cnta'
logue. . F. Chowkix,
Trinitv Co leirc. N. C.
A New Moad lo BlUa.
If you are wise and wish t hrnim
healthy and wealthy also, you will use
Roller King or lvlcctric Liulit flour: he-
cause the Asheville Milling Company's
nour s iioioni incucsi uut tnecneanest.
A Bad Railroad Wreck
occurred several days ngo on one nl ou
most imiMirtnnt trunk lines. NoIkhU
hurt but all the bnggnge except the
miner-1 ray i ruuxs was smashed up.
liny one. Sold by dealers. MadehrH.
nr. Kounuirce m tiros., Richmond, Va.
To the Public.
It hni been known for some time that
l will be a candidate before the demo,
erotic county convention for the nomiim.
lion for the office of Superior Court Clerk
of Iluncnmbc county. I have just been
informed that the report hat been circu
lated that I will not a bide by the decision
of the convention in ense its decision is
no verse to me. l desire to say that
ucn a report does me great injustice.
In submitting my claims to the
convention I consider that my
honor is plrdired to stand hr It.
choice, and if I am not the fortunnte one
i snail not only not be a candidate, but
will support the nominee with nil the in-
nuence I can command. I hnne thi. will
be satisfactory to my friends.
W. R. Youno.
Asheville, N. C, July 28, 1BD0.
CREATES many a new bumnrim;
.IBJVC .j L. . ' .
REVIVES many a dull butineu;
RESCUES many a hit butineu;
SA VES many a tailing butineu,'
PRESERVES many a large butineu;
SECURES success In any butineu.
To advertise ludicloutlr. uaa tht !,
umn of "The Chiten." EvervhnHi,
it: and in proportion to the returnt It
vieldt advtttitert. Itt ratet art thm chran
ttt in the counttr.
"AKI'HNTKWt V. AXTHI1.
Six rxiH-rit-tuvil workmen .,n .ht-h..,ia..lH.ln..
ii iil s "" """Kn'iiiiiB. in MrnwlH-rry
an il.it IIUNKY C. III'CII.L. Siipt
owinit In threhiink'r In the ownrrnhipnl
"The Cilixeii," il in iiiiM.rlnitt that nil ne
cinintK I'nr HtiliM-niitiiMl uml inlvt-rliHiiiK illle
thi-Citixt-tl I'lililiHiiliig Co. Ih-M-ltli-il nt iiik-v.
II. li. Cllll.ll,
auTilAfWlw liunimm Mnniicrr.
Three mum coUture, No. (til llitllejr itm-t
au7dlw t;. I.. Mi im i.n alii.
crete Illock Walk wo that in
front of Ciirniichm'l'B Drug
LI1W18 MADDUX, I'rc. L. P. McLOUIs, Vice-Pres. . B. RANKIN, Cashiir
Dissctoss:-Lewis Maddux, M.I. Bearden, M.J. PaKK. J. B. Rankin, J. B. Ray, J. B. Meed
8. H.Keed. Oeo.B. Powell. C. M. McLoud. u
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK,
Umanlied May 1st, 1888,
CAPITAL, $50,000. SURPLUS,S15,000
8tatc,Couuty aud, City IDepoaltory.
Docs a Oeneral Bankin Bu.ioess. Deposits received. BxchaoRC bought and said. Col.
lection, made on all acccMlble point.. The Saving Feature will receive special attention.
On all sums in this department, deposited for four months or longer, interest at the rate
of per cent, per annum will be paid.
Special attention given to loans oa real date, which will be placed for long time on ml
Open from B a. m. to 8 p. m. On Saturday, the Saving Department will be open till p. in
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
317 Haywood Street.
All WATER THOROUGHLY FILTERED on the Premtwe.
Twenty-fire years ol practical experience, combined with rsatoNAi. attention to all dt.
tall, of the uu.lncas and perfect arraoKemenu far clhanlimkss and fukitt of all goods
manufactured, enable the proprietor to present to bis numerous patrons a superior claw of
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphon.
Ginger Ale and all the various flavor, of SODA WATKR ready for .hipmcnt and delivered
free in Clty.llralt.VOut of town orders mu.tthaveKspoNsiaLi reference.
C. H. CAMPBELL.
ESTIMATES MADE ON APPLICATION. MOUNTAIN PARK HOTEL & COTTAGES.
HOT SPRINGS,. C.
11 Al 1 1 IV .
i on iima una uoniOHt ic
incut, Planter und Lime for
On Saturilnv. Auuum tl. I will exiiiiinv n,
nliiant. mr ixtiilmnii a. tim-hrn. in the Aahr
ville City SiliixiU. likiiniiiiiiiniii will K Uui
III U n'vliH-k ill Uu- llriinm- Kln-et IhIioiiI.
Thi. i. lor both lute nml eolnn il.
I' I'. CI...Ti'iN, Sunt.
C. E. MOODY.
Office No. 30 Patton Avenue.
Tlil.ltl'IIONIi NO. 40
Warehnuar nml I'ncl. ry nei.r Henot.
SALEM FEMALE ACADEMY.
8ALEM, N. C.
OLDEST FEMALE COLLEGE IN THE SOUTH.
The NUth Annual KcmIihi lKKin Auttunt
Nlh. IHUU. Mi-ginter fur hmt year ilt.t. Hue-
.-fill leutures: I lie HeirloDn.ei.1 rl
Hraitn, CUaritclcr and Intellect.
Iiuililinu. thnniuuhly reniiHlilnl. Hully
iiiipK-d I'n-piiniti.r.v. Collegiate ami I'mt
Ormlutitc IHiarliii.iil, Imuln Unit elnu
li...lii in MuhIc, Ijt.igui.geM, Coin
iivrclal und InduKlrlal Hludlea.
JOHN II. Cl.liWIil.l., l-rintipul.
OK 8 ALU.
A mercantile hunlneiu.. well i..tMhtlBlil a I
rare ehnnee for iHinio ili n ring lo locate In I
ARm-viiic. uoou reiinon lumi'lilnH. Aimlvtol
auglldtm 1 u-gul liloek.
An cincrlrncril ilnlrvman. A kihhI and nrr. I
r".. i"i n -..uiR-ii-ni man.
r- 1 J- Jp
o&tr jScrr: K i
OI'HK HOH KKNT.
A portly fural.hed hnuw. twrntv-thne
riiiim., bath room., hot and cold water.
'oMM-nalon at once.
augdUt ldMCHHSTNt'T ST.
Large cool, airy room., hnuw newlv fur.
led i good tuble. Term, muonahle. Ob
hru : goi
.trrct ear line.
MKI1.J. L. HMATIIUKM,
31S 1-atton Ave.
A two horse upright engine and boiler. Ap
TIIK KANDOLPH KKKK I'HINTINO
INSURE. YOUR PROPERTY WITH
E. J. ASTON.
Ucneral i Inaurance i Ag;cnt.
Rear No. 3D South Main street.
Ualahll.hcd I HOS.
Asheville, N, C.
Room in Cottaj;es Upon the Grounds With
TAHLE BOARD AT HOTEL.
- -I'KICES FROM
"oo TO iu.00
:PER WEE K -
ONLY EIGHT MILES FROM ASHEVILLE ON THE A. & S. RAILROAD.
A HOME IN
A lovely building lot flOslflO feet in shady grove bv
the fined mineral spring, in the Hooth at l) to Slno.
A iiuict place, high, dry, Ane view, and good aoetety.
J..?."e . 1 '!"' lwlth wl,le .treets-all main avenues
mi; feet wide. Two 1001I new hotel., depot, daily
malls, etc. Kkylnnd Hpring. i. a new and popular re
ort and bouml to grow. Uuy now for a cottage or
a. an inveatment. "
Train, leave A.brville at .10 a. m. and return at 7
p. m. ao cent..
OTIS A. MILLER,
Bkyland p. p., jj, c.
8KYLAND MINERAL SPRINGS. N. C.
DAL8AM AND OXV0BN HOME TKBA.T- Eight Mile. South Of A.hCVlll., . .h. A. 8. RaIIroad.
We have a home treatment that Isveryef- Ncw notel. eottages, new furniture, beautiful ........ .
goodllverv. " 1 -o eroquei lawn..
" n an aiseaars or the air passages. We
Compound Oiygen and Medicatedf Balssm
Vapor has proved more succcuful in the treat
ment of diseases of the nose, throat and lung.
than all other remedies combined. It seldom
falls In any case of A.thma. Wc have cured
many people In the four years we have been
la Asheville who had given up all hope. Call
at our office and we v. Ill give you their u. me.
We also make a specialty of dlwn.es of the
rectum. If you arc afflicted with Pile, come
and get relief. Ns pain or low of time from
buslneH, Relief obtained at once, and no
return, as we make a railioal cure.
48 MINERAL SPRINGS
ir, Alum, Magnesia, Iron and lip.om. Those seekin. 1.,.!.
pre .cm led hundreds of these home
treatment, sod sent them I. every Mate In mOtetma Zm . ,,"om Tho" "'1th and pleuure and
ths llnlcm ud .m. wo.dern.1 cure. .... Term. re..o.l,i. "" """"" nwn "Hl Mak f '"
ooiainea. I n w
UNDBR TH1I KIANAOBMUNT OP THB
A small pamphlet, descriptive of Ashcville
and also explaining our treatment, sent free
oa applicstlon. Also a lint of questions goes
with each pamphlet that everyone should
havs before sending for home treatment. The
questions when properly an.wtrad enable us
to make a correct diagnosis of each case.
A.hcvllle, N. C.
Near PaMenarcr Depot.
P.A.DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Manufacturers and Dealers in all kind, f r , '
and Dealers in all kinds sf Dstssed
wt hav. treated many hundred esses With Door Blinds, Moulding;, SUirwork, Hantels, Bank
and Bar Fixture, and all kind or Rt.iisiim. .....s.i
nuru mrooa Lumher Wnrk
ot 14 dl y TelcDhonsi Mo. m.
FOR TUB DBNBFIT OF
THE MISSION HOSPITAL
ORAND CHORUS OP
I FIFTY V0ICES. 50
FULL ORCHESTRAL ACCOMPANIMENT.
tht Compound Osydcn and Balsam and ha
sever bad cast to havt hemorrhage from
lungs after taking tht treatment.
IWt let your prejudice keep ysu away,
but com. and taamlnt tor yourself, Better
tacrine prejudice than your lift. Consulta
tion frst, I TO
Ofllet over Cosby-t lewelry Store, near!
Orand Ctatral Hotel, Patton Avenue, Asks. A"d "nt" lhttt dnte wl" ood' at 10 P" cost. You will do well to take ad-
WE ARE GOING TO MOVE
NO. 31 NORTH MAIN 8TREET ABOUT AUGUST 17.
vUlt, N. C.
T. J. HAROAN, H. D.
PLBNDID COBTVMBB AND 0OR0BOUI
CBNBRY. POPULAR PRICB.
Tkkttt oa sals at lawyer's.
vantage of tht low prices. ' . '
Just see our large Towel at 13 cts and fat haouv; Our an Inch T.w. tj .
Don't forget I Look out and look In I "
Asheville Dry Goods Co.,
J. O. H0WBLL, Maaaatr,