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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIJEN: THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 5, 1890
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
H. D. CHILD, Buiinen Manager.
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Hi dltcuuion of public men and tnraaurea
la in the Inureat of public integrity, honcet
overnnirnt, and proaixruua induatry, and It
Ucaauea ,Jr,olul allegiance in treating pub-
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THE DAILY CITISEN
U?J1' ' tne following places in Ashevillc:
. BATTKRY PARK NKW8 STAND.
GLBN KUCK NUWS STAND.
MOUBL CIGAR STOKU, Patton Ave.
J. CARSON'S NUWS STUKH, North Courl
PERTINENT AND PERSONAL
ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND A coat.onto.ncht.
THE NUMBER OF DOLLARS
MR. PEARSON MADE.
THE GREAT AUCTION SALE IS
a-apiain t. "Y. Patton Aaka Hla
Frlenda to Lunch.
uuitor Citizen: You have probably
neara 01 my good fortune on yesterday
in securing the prise lot at Mr. Pearson's
sale, and as I wish to show my apprecia
tion in an informal manner of the many
congratulations that have been tendered
me, I beg to invitethroughyourcolumns,
a few of my friends to meet Mr. Pearson,
myself and the other puu-hnsers in a col
lation at Unttery turk to-nifcht at 0
o'clock. The brief lime intrrvcniiiit ,u my
excuse for adopting this umisuiil mirnt
invitation. Mr. l'cnrson nn1 hi pur
chasers will consider ilincltcsth hosts
of the occasion. The list ol niirrhakcr
Newi About AHtievllllaun and ol
Mtranirera Within our Galea.
S. L. Maintly, of Murphv, is nt the
H. F. Rogers, of Concord, is nt the
W, S. Chambers represents Charlotte
at the Swnniuinoa.
12. II. Xesbitt represents Baltimore nl
the Grand Central.
E. W. Hcrndon, of Lynchburg, Vn., if
at the Grand Central.
A. M. Carroll has returned home from
school for the summer.
Cupt. n. Webb, of Morristown, is reg
istered at the Glen Rock.
There were sixty-four arrivals at tin
principal hotels yesterday.
Henry Robertson, of Bristol, Tenn., i
at the Swanmmoa with his family.
Frank Lambert and John W. Eaves, ol
Philadelphia, arc at the Glen Rock.
The work preparatory to paving Wil
low street fifty feet has liccn begun.
G. William Shawforth is registered nl
the Itattery Park from London, ling.
The policemen will soon be attired it.
new sinumcr uniform, with sack coats.
Miss Louise Wcstfi-lilt. of Fletchers, W
visiting the Missus Miller on Charlottt
P. M. llryan and wile, ol I'nion Point.
Georgia, arc nt the Mattery Park for n
Dr. and Mrsf Ilalstcad, of Iialtiniorc.
have taken rooms at the Ilattery Park
lor two weeks.
Several photographs ot the crowd on
lingle Terrace unci the laborers were se
Thos. Queen was the only offender lc
forc the Mayor this morning. He wnt
lined $u fur being drunk.
C. T. Rawls nnd A. II. Isbcll hove pur
chased 14,(1(10 acres of timber laud in
Cherokee county for $2 er acre.
"How to Keep Pure" is the subject for
the young men's meeting at the Y. M.
C. A. to-night. Mr. Fitch Taylor will
Mr. R. S. Hall is engaged in taking the
census in the Western district ol the citv,
in the place of C. W. Malonc, who is un
well. T. If. Cobb and others have purchased
from Mr. Allrcil Rich, his twenty acre
farm in northwest Ashtvillc for $12,000.
The projierty will Ik subdivided.
Three lots of the Goodlnkc projierty
on South Main Street were sold at trus
tee's sule to-day. The lots are
and were sold to C. M. McLotid for
The meeting of the Mayor and Hoard
of Aldermen for the purpose of granting
the railroad pilvileges, has lieen post
poned because Capt. Cocke is not pre
pared to submit his final proposition.
Mokes Hull, a colored man who has
Iwen nn inmate ot the Goldsboro Insane
Asylum nnd was t timed out recently, be
ennut violent ngnin at his home in Leices
ter and was brought here and placed in
jail this morning. Sheriff Reynolds tele
graphed to the asylum authorities.
Mrs. J. Rockwell Smith, a Presbyte
rian Missionary from Brazil, will ndd'rcss
the Woman's Missionary Society of the
Central Methodist church on Friday af
ternoon at 0 o'clock in the lecture room
of the church. All Indies interested in
missionary work arc cordially invited to
A S ecinl meeting of the Mayor and
Donrd of Aldenncn was held last night
to act on the report of the jury on the
new street from Sycamore to Atkins,
The Hcene There Yeaterday Af-ternoon-The
Final Llat ot
Lota and Purchaaera.
A brass band discoursing music on
Eagle terrace, a crowd of five hundred
., . . .... .
muorers working with pick nnd shovel being as lollows:
... ...v urn ui i.n uuuK uiock auo an au- Mrun i n n,.i ,. u u u.....i. r?
J- , . - I J ' vp,i. . " 'O, ...
u ,ec ui twice as many men, women and nines, J. G. Queen, J. M. Campbell, G. M
"" wcre viewing tne strange Williams, II. A. Heist, F. A. Sondley, W
.gui was tnelust scene in the great A. James, W. F. Johnson, C. E. Graham
I earson auction. This occurred between J. H. Woodcock, E. H. Nies, W. B. Gwyn
""o"tnu seven yesterday at- W. T. Weaver, G. II. Stnrnes, E. II
ternoou and theu the curtain fell. The Wright, J. M, Rny. R. MeUrnyer, J. A,
hvc hundred luboring men who worked Wilson, Locke Craig, V. D. Adams, A.
w iwu nours were pnm at the rule Whitloc i. T. A. ones. T. C. M.-'.lv U
viwu cents a minute, ami their labors I). Hillinnl, J. T. Bostie, G. L. McDonald
cost Mr. l enrson the neat sumof $1,200. The following gentlemen are resiectful-
im.uuuapiaycaiortwo hours and was Iv invited as guests of those above men-
$100 richer at the close. After seven the tioued: Rev. . Buxton, Rev. MeX. Du
drawing for the prize lot was held in the Bose, Rev. Dr. Kankin, Rev. W. S. P. Brv-
oourt house. It was drawn by Captain an, Rev. Dr. Nelson, Rev. Dr. Carroil,
T. W. Putton, Mr. Pearson would not Rev. Mr. Campbell, Hon. James H. Mer-
superintend it himself but gave $100 to rimon, Hon. T. D.Johnston, Hon. R. B.
kALEM FEMALE COLLEGE.
two worthy blind men to do it.
The great auction sale was n siil-
The entire receipts from the sale of the
land was $147,000, which is a net profit
of$102,0O0. This includes one private
sale amounting to $0,000. Sixty-seven
thousand dollars of this is net profit on
lots held only sixty-two days. Mori
tnnn that he has projwrty left which is
Vance, Mayor Blanton, Aldermen Miller,
Fitzpatrick, Wolfe, Pullium, McDowell,
Leonard, Messrs. J. G. Mai tin, B. M.
Jones, J. P. Arthur, E.J. Aston, George S.
Powell, Gib Merrimon, W. T. Pcnniman,
W.K. Pcnniman, sr., W. R. Pcnniman, jr..
C. F. Pcnniman, T. II. Cobb, A. II. Full
er. F. E. Robinson, II. D. Child, W. F.
Randolph, J. P. Kerr, S. II. Wiley. N. C.
McLoud, A. S. Child. W. R. Whitson.
BALLARD, RIGH & BOYCE.
Stovct and Tinware.
PLUMBING, GAS AND STEAM FITTING, SLATE
AND TIN ROOFING.
PAINTS and OILS.
worthmore now than was the entire Clms. Jenks, Arthur J. Wills, S. F. Chnp-
tract at the start.
The sale. vestei day included two lots,
the proceeds of which were to be divided
among the white and the negro preach
ers of the city. The first, Xo 3, brought
$7"i0 and was sold to E. II. Xics, but as
Mr. Pearson had said he would start the
sale at $1,000 he gave the difference to
Mr. Xics for the preachers. The lot
man, Jno, A, Campbell, T. S. Morrison.
F. A. Hull, Col. . D. Cameron, Dr. S. W
Battle, Dr. W. L. Hillinrd, Dr. C. E. Hil
liard, Dr. J. H. Williams. Dr. Merriweth
er, Dr. Fletcher, Messrs, H. T. Collins, F.
L. Jacobs, V. C. Carmichael, J. S. Grant.
H. I'. Andersen, M. E. Carter, II. II. Car
ter, C. M. McLoud, W. 12, Breese, W. H.
I'cnland, V, C. addcll, D. C. Wnddell
imtuenceiuent Bxerclaea ormla
Vinrton-Salkm, June 4,-The past
4ck has been a busy, bustling one in
nston-Snlem. Hundreds of visitors
tre here attending the interesting com
ijncement exercises of the famous So
li Female College, which opened last
Hdny night with a grand musical con-
cf . On Sunday the baccalaureate net
mn was pscached h Rev. C. W. Hyrd,
o(Faycttcville, and it was nn able and
nj)roprihte effort. Monday and Tues
di nights were seniors' evenings, when
.-five ox.nvs were read to the Uc-
litl of a hrirc i.nd appreciative nudi-
Sidny nller.i; '.n a meeting of the
Aluniii Atfoeirti'iu I wlmhuumlwrs over
10,olo) f held. Interesting paper
were fad from acver.il meiubrrs, ning
the nunlwr being one from the wife of
exPresident James K.. V'.'lk. ol Tennes e.
This moriiini? the eommeifrMK!!t exer
cises proK'r lK-gaii, when the honor
says were read and the annual address
delivered by State Auditor Snndcrlin.
The diplomas were also presented to the
thirty-seven voung ladies comiiosing the
graduating cluss, by Dr. Edward Roud
thaler, of Salem. The exercises closed
to-night with a grand musical concert.
It Was a Lucky Mtroke.
A number of Ashevillc men formed a
pool with twenty shares at $o0pcr share
mil proposed to Mr. Pearson to itive
him $1,000 if the property did not sell
lor $7.1.000! and if it went over thm
iiimimit, Mr. Pearson was to divide the
surplus with the jxiol. The pronertv
went about $18,000 above the amount. Oo,d' Wlwi Tory. Oak. out and Combl
anil the members of the pool hud $0,000 n Mouldinm. Alao Room Mouldings.
THE PASTE!) A FILTER,
I.N ALL smtTOaViiHsa!,.
AND HOTBL ISK
Uuaranteed lo be Oerta Proof.
'-. . --- -tr
ALL 8IZB8 KBPT IN BTCCK.
ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1890.
TERMS STRICTLY CASH WITH ORDER
m nsMi.-i.-B not 1cm than one ton nt factory . ...40c. per hundivj
5 "Sot" than on. half ton at factory 8c. X""
OOO pound., 60 tickeU, 10 oounds each Ujn
7()0 88 " 116 t,(K)
7BO " 8 " B0 ' '
tooo " 10 " 100 " 8
No Ice will be delivered without cash or tickets. TickeU now on sale at the office of q,
Asheville Ice & Coal Company.
Telephone No, 36 and 40. No. 30 Patton Aventtc,
JELLICO COAL AT RETAIL.
For Orate, s.oo.H For Stoves, $4,
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
For sale at Wholesale and Retail bjr
ASHEVILLE ICE AND COAL COMPANY
Telephone 36 and 40.
Bxclu.lve Agents (Domtatlc and 8tm) for Western North Carolina,
LKWI8 MADDUX. Pres. L. P. McLOUB, Vlee-Pres. I. B. RANKIN, Caakl.,
DiasCToaa: Lewis Maddoi, M . J. Beard en, M.J. Paig, J. B. Rankin, J. B. Ray, J. B. Rnt
a. H. Reed. Geo. B. Powell. C. Sa. McLoud.
-WERN CAROLINA BANK. I
to divide among themselves.
Ul dlNKMM NOTICIvM.
Mnriraln Week at Uws.
1 lie prices for this week will astonish
everybody. See lame ad. in this niw
1 w is lortunnte enouuh to secure a large
iimv niiivvn, lurKS, BK10nS Ond CUt
...... i..r me oinent ol tne negro preachers jr., Jos. W. Sluder, W. W. Barnard, J. K
I Kunkin, L. Mnudux, J. S, Adams, J. 1
.un.v wic comer 01 Miruce and ha- Snwvcr.l' arenee Snwvrr I. I M.-i
gle streets was given to the city bv Mr. V. E. Mcllee. C. W. Murohv. X. Atkin.n
I enrson and across the deed was a state
ment signed bv his name that he would
spend $.-,0(io in improving the proju-rty
there in the next 1)0 days and that lit
would give Mujorie, Picadilly.and Velvet
streets to the city.
The sale yesterday closed out I he lots.
It resulted as follows:
No. 27. 35x234. J. T. Itostic $1. ().-,(
2S,3axlS.-..J. . Ilostic
" 20, 38x143, J. M. Campbell...
" 31, 30x100. T. C. McNcelry...
" 32,30x100, T. A. Jones
" 33, 30x100, T. A.Jones
" 34, 30x100, E. II. Xics
" 35,30x100, T. A. Jones
" X. 4(x74,J. It. Ilostic
" 5, 4ox(!l, T. C. McXcelv
" 4, 40x4S, IJ. K. Mines
" 10, 40x05. W. A. James 200
I'rcston r. I'ntton, Prof. P. P. Cluxton,
J. A. Tcnnent. E. I). Carter. V. T. Rev
nolds. II. C. Fngg, J. F. Ulair.
Kcv. II. S. McHuffy has kiudlv con-
muted to preside at a collation to lie
laid by Isaac Dixon on Valley street nt
same hour, to which the following
rriends are resiH-ctfully invited: Kev. E.
Cnrter, Rev. S. H. Witherspoon, Rev. V
1.050 W.Poiie, Isaac Iixon. Thos. Iill-it,r success without aHvMi.;n,,
. ,...! . ' " ' .- "
i.r( unmpoeu ueuocttcr, James Hniley, Rev.
f.iu K. r. Kumlcy, Kev. Sowells, Rev. R. H
420 Bryan, Rufus Lcdbettcr, Alf. Ledlictter,
ill it. M. nrowti
750 Rev. C. Johnson, Dr. R. II. Bryant, M
i,.'oo u., k. Lctihetter, W. H. Martin, R. L,
040 I lournoy.J. Raggdnlc. V. M. Rav. A
1,4001 Illnckwcll, K. Redmond. R. E. Wilhi. T cluss in every rvsucet.
25 Moore, W. II. A. Williams. I. C. lohnn . L-" McCaktv. PropV.
lery at a great ba-gain, the only fault
- i.ivrv iiui a mrgcqiiuntitv ol any
.me. though you can nlwnys get'a doxen
.r sei ar.Kc. ne sure to call tin week lit
.11, .hi and til feouth Main street.
The Dally Cltlxcn.
is always nlive to the interests oil
asiicviiic and its people.
Is the most popular advertising me
dium in .North Carolina.
Is read by a greater number of eoplc
than any other secular paiier in the
Is always filled with the choicest read
ing matter of the dnv.
Boarding houses till their rooms by ad
vertising in the Citizkn.
News, and nil the news, makes the Cit
izkn a general favorite.
Xo retail merchant ever made n great
Pictures Matted, Mounted and Framed at
I lowest prices and work guaranteed. Bngrav
I Ings, Painting, and Local Views always on
aa b. Main St., Aahevillc.
An advertisement in the Citizkm nn
hi mivcruairr un nunurcu-ioiu.
The Ashevillc ten pin parlor, corner
Water nnd Walnut streets. A strictly
nrst class place for luilies anil gentlemen.
mincncu win oe an Ice Cream Pnrlor.
Kvcrviiiing win De Inghtoncd and first
1 wish with all my heart that this list
could include every man, woman, boy
ami gin in Ashevillc, but as this is iru-
" 12, 40x1 1H, E. F. Mines....
" 13, 40x1 05, J. A. Wilson...
" 14. 4Nxt)M, R. Pearson
" 7, 4Hx70, W. F. Johnson
11, 0x72, J. A. Wilson 215
" 11, 45x03, J. A. Wilson 250
mriucsuic.Mr. i ncrson sold three or to-morrow at nny soda loimtaiu in
mis 011 me west sine ol pru street for the city. Vcrv rcsicctfiilly
.ir. 1 . fliciiiiurc. 1 lie prices were as T. W. Patton
SnMZes:: !,' t.
A New Koud to Illlaa.
If you are wise and wish ... Iw.... I
healthy nnd wealthy also, vou will uscf
735 possible. I beg all other, to take a glass ? ffi XS&S
ol Minn, wntor wii hnm K. ..):....:.. .l.Ih . . V . w,mi,,j I
f . Vi,ri""S iiic 1 nour i noi only tliclKBi but thcclicuuctit
.u.iUnlii6viiiuiinu l' VM:nilNir ( lOH.HT
A CAR LOAD OF
FRESH - LIME
In Bulk or
Office No. 30 Patton Avenue.
THLBI'HONB NO. 40.
State, County anil Clfy Depoaltory. jfc
Does a General Banklnc Bnaineaa. Depoaito iweived. Bzehana. koa.k. ..a ... .. 6:
leeuon. made on ... aeeeaalbl. point.. The Bavin, Feature will relv. scl .ttention S
-"f urn, uepuaiien mr lour montna or longer. Interest at thi. ... i
of 4 per cent, per annum will be paid. '
Special nttentloa fflven to loans on rai m. n , , . . 1
sonable term,. - '""'OB' am
Opea from a .. m. to S p. m. On Saturday, the Sarin Department will beopent.ll n n -
ONB OP THB
In the South.
Serrice and table First
WALK FROM TUB
Paaa the dour ererjr to
For terms addrcas
H. J. GREEXWEU, Proprietor.
Only 8 Mllea fl-om AsheyUle on the A. & S. Railroad and
The sreatrat number and variety of mineral aprinm to be found in the South.
48 Springs on Less Than 40 Acres,
er found. Many are buying lot. to build resort cott,iKe. near the Snrimra Lou .Mm
: nominal price, to ad,erti- the place and the mlneran;tS I '.r""ld
Sao to .lo Per MnntU. OS ttw Pa. Tin
jrarm-r. mauic nrxt
Jonlnrrn:.1 "d " 7 "' -
OTIS A. 'MILLER,
SUyland P. O., N. C.
Warehouse at Depot.
P. O. Bos 834.
C. E. MOODY.
New Advcrtlacuient To-Day.
3, 25xlls, K. Pearson...
PRETTY CHURCH WEDDING.
Minn May Klta Troy and II
Miss May I-tta Troy, of this city,
daughter of ex-State Senator V. C. Troy,
and Mr. H. A. Wyche, station ngent nt
Waynesville, were married at the Cen
tral Methodist church at 11 o'clock this
morning, The church was hnndsomelv
decorated with wild flowers nnd ever
L'recns. Mr. W. A. Ui,,l.
hvhii 1,1 i. n h.imu
best man, nud Miss I-Iln Troy, sister of , 11 y
tne Drule, was maul of honor. The bride
was attired in a gray striied cashmere
traveling dress, trimmed with plush, and
silver buttons. She curried a bompiet of
heliotrope, ond lilies ami white roses.
TJie maid of honor wore u lirliotrone
colored dress trimmed with white satin,
anil carried a iKimpict of heilotroic,
lilies and colored roses.
The bride entered tlie church with her
father and walked up the left aisle to the
pulpit, where she was joined by the
grotini and best man, who entered from
thr right aisle. The ccremonv was tier-
be- formed by Key, V. V. Tillctt, of V antler-
Ml'MC I.Kaansa II, 11., p. 1 1. itn. u H.
A lady from the North, who hna canerlrnce
In plan., inatnn-liun, wIkIiii a Imnrdlnn nlara
viwff wtmn. u' i r i i . .
ho.7p Ski5uVa7N!,rivau pu,,tl"- Ad
Wc the andrrntfrnt fl hutrh-n .,r
night was the cleverest thing that has ofjua.. .ihu."V d"ceT.t s.?SX
Good for one nlnaa nt AnHn ....
Fountain in Aaherillr If pira. nli.l thl'a
day or to-morrow. Junes, lHlitl.
f T. W. Pattos.
Ass Kxcclleut Production.
Little Lord Fnuntlcroy as put on bv
the Klfin Star Comedy Company last
till l.t nt U...
J . nn,,,, a, V.U.,
... . . AUK,
oeen seen In Ashevillc this season. It
was well acted and the nudience did not
tail in its appreciation of the work of
as tednc Iirrol, nftcrwnrds Lord
Inuntleroy, Frank Moon was decidedly
good and his interpretation of the Dart AaaJriaVton w.,r1
one. Lon Ilenslcv did some
clever work as Hnversham nnd Ed G.
Hounic made an excellent Earl of Dorin
court. As "Dearest" Kate Scfton was
all that one could imagine her jinrt to IUHIC
in-, ine remiiinner ol tiw .nmnrf Miuknir i. u....
good. To-night the company up,icar in l.'-'e .CHnm"r,r;.r,,,V.r);,;,r A'no' pa'piT.'
Llidy Audlcy's Secret. Juneia. Call or n.lilreaa at
7mS '5""bte wh" understand Loan
notation wirk. to tu t n. urn.r.i . ."
Ilensley did some t.'
Nivma aac anil rrierciicrfl.
maySOdlw M union r.
COMMENCING. MONDAY, JUNE 2ND.
Elfin Star Comedy Go.
Producing a Repertoire of tat
THURSDAY MIGHT. J IT HIE TH,
In the Thrillllng Sensational Melo-Drama,
Lady Audley's Secret ;
f the New Hnit-
OK. Til 11
mmi tne tosmopoiunn club. The re- nut I'mversity, Nashville. Tenn Messrs.
port was ndopted and II. C. Jones, in be- P. A. Sondley, II. M. Roberts, W. II. Har
half of Mrs. Atkins, gnve notice of an np- lin nnd R. P. Foster acted as ushers.
?nl to the courts from the decision.
The Coinnicncemcnl F.xrrclaen.
The commencement exercises of Ashe
villc Female College 1800 :
Friday, June 6, from 3.30 to 0.30 p.
m.. Art Levee; 8.30 p. m., entertainment
by under grnduutcs in College Chapel.
Sunday," June S, 11 a. m., nt Central
Methodist church, baccalaureate sermon
by Bishop 0. P. Fitzgerald ; 8. 30 p. m.,
sermon by Hvungelist Pearson.
Monday, June (I, H.,'I0 p. m., annual
concert in College Chapel.
Tuesday, June 10,8,30 p. m., nnnunl
nddress to the graduates, by Rev, Mr.
Real Katalc Tranarcra.
Southern Improvement company
to 1. C. Wnddell, lot 00x100,
on Depot street $
C. T. Rawls to IS. A. Merwin. two
lots in Cliveden park
C. I), lllanton to W.K. Logan, two
lots in West End
A. L, Cnrter, commissioner to I.
R. Starnes, lot 65x191, on Hill
C. I). Iflimtnii to B. Buird, lot
72x105, on Lihby street
Irsse R. Stnrnes to W. T. Weave.-,
lot 00x102, on Mill street.
U. L. MclKINALD'H,
No. SO B illcy street.
MYSTERY OF THE LIME TREE WALK.
Unique mechanical Effects.
Aflmisalon. an. 88 and so ml. ,
HOTEL I ARMOND-HOTEL BONNYCREST
SKVLAND MINERAL SPRINGS, N. C.
Elsrht Mllea South of Aahevllle, ou the A. ft 8. Railroad.
New botrla. new cottages, new furniture, beautiful araas, neat teunl. and croquet lawn..
48 MINERAL SPRINGS.
WhIU Sulphur. Alum, Magnesia, Iron and Kuaum. Thoat aeekina health and nu.. ..
elect society will not fall to visit thi. pleasant resort and drink of its healing waters.
Aahevllle, N. C.
Near Passenger Depot.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING GO
uU,w..urera ana ueaiers la all Kinds or lrcaaed
Door, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Stalrwork, Mantels, Bank
and Bar Fixtures, and all kinds of Rtsiidia.r m..
nara wood Lumber WnrL-
novidly Telephone Mo.
Wt Um-L V..r,v. r ,i , . . .
ftrnl.hrd dwelling within eaay walk of poat
offlc, and chun h, having carriage and mVlea,
Irulta, vrKetnlU,'. and ic on premicn, and
plritaure Com on lak. Aunlr la
lit A I ...
Aiivr me ccrvniuiiy. wiiuii wan w l
. . . i
1 liraiUSfl IU n l.inra h..h.1u. T P ' I l a
....... w ... incuus oi j, it. LouKhran to R. R. Rawls, H
i. ic vuuuc, me party partook oi a lunch- on v.ntnolic I nil.
eon at the house of the bride's father,
and left on the 2.07 train for Raleigh and
f nycttcvillc to visit friends. They will
be nbjent'two weeks, nnd will return to
Waynesville to live.
3101 WTWKIIOLI.UKB' MUHTINO,
There Were Three Owner.
An nniusing incident occurred yester
day nfter the Pearson grand finale.
There was a conspicuous and unsightly
shanty, the remnant of an effete and verv
offensive civilisation, which Mr. Pear
son had paid the owner $20 for the nriv-
Bryan ; exercises by the class; conferring IcRe of burning, nnd while the thing was
J. H. Lee and wife to W. W. West
and wife, lot 100x230, on Hill,
W. W. McDowell nnd wife to Jus.
S. Merritt, four lots in McDow
F. S. Jncquinth to Ashevillc citv
scnool committee, lot 75x04,
near Academy street
A. L. Carter, commissioner to W.
T. Weaver, lot 81x212, on Hay
wood street 1,155
Geo. J. Sliepurd and wife to J. M.
Campbell, lot 80x118, on South
Mnin street 77c
Miss Maynte Higgins, sister of Mrs. D,
S. Watson, and Mr. Elmer E. Heston
were married at 3 o'clock to-day at the
home of Mr. Watson on Sunset drive.
Rev. W. 8. P. Bryan, officiated. The
wedding was private. The baopy couple
will spend few dnvs in Tennraaw.
Capt. T. W. Patton very generously they will return to Ashevillc to rank thi.
trnaercn a sunner to the rmolovM nf.kj, I thvir hum. UM u. l. i
another amateur petibrmance is to be, Ashevdle Street Railway Company and from Philadelphia and has been spending
r ' TT", sue v. .".a""... "ni ana rower torn-1 some time at the home of ner slater and
"r7 Fu! wU be given pnny last night. The supper was served baj mad many warm friends in ths citv
I by Strauss. I Mr. Heston Is assistant oostmaster.
Orrics AaiisviLi.s Rt. R'v Co,
A Rtll4'lth.ll(l.-M. lu kJ,
"lll.'r nn th. 7th riivulKM i.iit -
: ".-.. mwn ouainea. a. mav
Jw iirearntcd to it. By order of Board of uf
B. M. IONKR.
Secretary aad Treasurer.
Id et tt.f. JSS!
. at noon I '
P. A CVMMINGS,
Atlorneytt-Law ft Notary Public.
NO. la LB0AL BLOCK.
30 Int. la Churn,'. nw. 1....
dty limits. .j .".... ac
iiiiuS'' ln M"d,,0 county, near
acre, land thiee miles north of Hender-
" runs through the
- .. .car u,T.
., ,.,nu.. n ratun avcaus.
aeaalon given June 1, ISwo.
I MsaM tV-a.l r as a a . .
mi... iiu Er'"""'.:; "'. ".v. .""""'.
June l a. Teat book, for aale or rent, c.11
or aii. rn.aat U. L MclKNAL'M.
JHH..IU I w Wo. 00 Bailey atreet.
I'lrat clHM hfmnt .nil
tn lu. . ., ' .
blelotai",,.-"'"" "cl- "r
POR KKNT JULY 1ST.
allrry over Law's store.
of medals nnd diplomas,
. The public invitetl.
' KIiik'h Dunghlers,
On Kndny night, the lath, the King's
Daughters will give another entertain
ment for the benefit of the Kindergarten I
Association, AD who attented the "Dees-1
tnck Skuk" will be glad to know that
flaming, two other parties came up pro
testing and claiming title. In order not
to stop the fun all three of the alleged
owner were paid and satisfied and
the procession moved on to the music of
...rlnra and tirlnlln.
pnrimrnt; ommorlious and eaav of ...
IIUAKIIKN. RANKIN ri
118 Houth Main atreet.
Unsjllsh and french
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE SIRLS,
No. 40 Preach Broad Arcane.
HI. IUR0WTN MAITLAND, . PRINCIPAL
(For many years Associate Principal of Mt.
a... . " ., naitimore.)
Aaalatrd liy a corps of compcotcnt trsrhera
.urn dl y
gTKNOORAPHV AND TVPB WRITINO.
bet uLVJ""" """ Apply
lunradtw A. P. Cutlegc,
.e"","o' prepantd with rooms for sum
... .. MRB. a. R. CHAM IMIRLIN,
mayllldlm 1 87 Church atrwt
House on French Broad avenue. 10 room.
water and stwer connection. ! alao l.r h..
Item nn. locaUoa aad view. Term. eaay.
PP'v to . obo. r. SCOTT.
jum aiw North Court Square.
A flnit idaaflal VfrMtll Niih am
rennlred. Apply ,t this bow ' "
Tha matefftal mh..ImJ I - .
M.l. i- ;rJV..V ""Jon
;. :- in vnaanoer. JarvM m
to.', .tor.. Partica ran hav. till Aturaat
iota Mat to remove sam.. For iiarHciSra
call at HALUAKU. RICH aTiiTJJlT
Dealers In Wall Paper, Window Shadesaud Patent Hanger,
PalnU, Oil. and Varnlahea. Maaory'a Mised Paltita and p.,i- . .
' .. .uuu w ...MB., DOia
Maaory'a Mised Paints and
French and Americas
We keep In stock Rt. Louts and Kentucky Lead.
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
7 Haywood Street.
All WATER THOROUGHLY FILTERED on the Premises.
Tweaty-Bve years of practical e.perlence, combined with rsasoNiL attentloa to all de.
tall, of the business and perfect arrangement, tor glbanlinsss aad rusirr of all goods
manufactured, en.bl. th proprietor to preaent to hi. numerous patrons a superior at o.
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Slpliont.
Olnger Ale Ud all the various fi.vor. of hoi.a WATKR read, for shipment and d...-
free In City limit.. Out of town ordcnOnuat have aasioNsi.a relerenc
' H. CAMPBELL.
TAYLOR, BOVIS-& BROTIIERTON,
" wh'esle and Retail Dealers In
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, STOVES
HEATERS. RANGES. TINWARE. Ae.-
SANITARY I'LUMBINO, GAS AND STEAM FITTING,
TIN AND SLATE ROOFING,
AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC GAS LIGHTING AND Cam. mhmjl
AENTF0R..R0YAL8$-WHIr, AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER WORK FM.ILUA.PECIALT.
New StoreUnder Opera House.
No. 43 Patton Ave.. . . llhnlll.. M. r.
marl dly B'timU Cheerfully Olvea oa all Work la oar Lis. .