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ASIIEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 21, 1890.
THE DAIXV CITIZEN.
H. D. CHILD, Husincss Manager.
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SATIKPAV, UXIS L'l'.lW'JO.
THIS DAILY CITIZ1SM
In cm Rale at the following place In Ahhcvltlc
V I 1 l.lir tll'TICB.
HATTBKV I'AKK NKWS STAN I.
f.l.KN KtlCK NKWS STAND.
MODKi. CIGAK SToKli. I'litton Aw,
J. CARSON'S NUWS SIORli, North Cuurt
PERTINENT AND PERSONAL
Mem About AHhevllllaiiM mncl of
Mlranuera Wlllilu Uur Uuteit.
I'r. J. A. lliirroiilis lias returned from
('en. X. Iliiau, of Ilnlliniorc, is al the
There wire Mi arrivals at the u imipal
Mis. CM. Porks of IlilWN.ru. N. C
is at the Swanti.inoa.
There were no cases in the Mayor's
court this niorniii);.
Thomas McloniiifJi rcjitcsciits Haiti-
mure at the Swaiinanna.
C. I:, lilliott uf Kiclituouil, Va.t is rejjis-
tereil at the Swannanua.
C. II. Ik'iiuis anil family, of Chicago.
are at the Hatterv Park.
W.J. Ii.ivisanil wife rcucicul Wilson,
X. C at the (lattery Park.
1 M. Maek, of Rochester, N. Y.. is it.
istcrcil at the dram! Central.
Clias. II. Vanilerluiof of New York is at
the Swaiinanna with his vrllc.
A. R. Fuller, of Miirristiiwii, Tain,
registered at the Glen Ruck.
A plate kIiiss front is lieiiijj put in tin
liiiililitiK No. .'St I'atton avenue.
1 . II. race ami S. Cunningham repre
sent k'icliiiioni! at the lllcn Rock.
. c. Mieilil anil w. !. Walker rcpie
sent Richinonil at the Hatlery Park.
.miss .Mamie (.ii.xc, i His m. Chxc ami
Tench Coxe are at the llaltciy I'nrk.
M. II. Lrvin represents In. liana at tin
Swaiuiauo.'i. Mis lioine is in l-'airliclil.
.Marriage license has liecii Kraulctl to
Win. Cliestiut ami l.iua Coiielv, col
Mrs. Clins. V. Moselcv. formerlv Miss I CosinoHilitan eluli. was j-iven liy
Sue Suiiiuicv. is visiliin: relatives in this Mrs- Atkins ami S. C. VYclilon.
CAPTAIN TROY WANTS TO BUY
THE CRUSHING PLANT.
PvrmlHHloii firntitvcl lor Hie Com.
pIlliiK of a City lHrvclory- l.
II. Weaver Appointed ntuii
Mr. II. A. Guilder uskeil the Mayor
ami lloaril of Alilernieti last uiKht in he
half of the city school board, of which he
is chairman, to lew an additional tax of
four or live cento on the $10 to meet the
notes tor money due on the school liuihl
inn. Xo action was taken. Mr. Guilder
also asked that the condition of Uairil
street lie examined liy the street commit
tee and the committee was instructed to
attend to it.
A communication from S. G. Wcldon,
asking attention to the condition of the
front of his lot on South Main street was
laid oil the table
dipt. Troy proposed to liny the entire
ruck crushing plant ami pvc liimil to
furnish rock to the city at live cents m
ton cheaier than it can In.' obtained Iroui
the present place, lie offered to iiav
,li0 liir the oiitlit, and asked to have
it rclerreil to a conmiitlce. Aldermen
Wolfe, I'ulliaiu aud Melhiwell were u
pointed to look aftci the matter and re
port to the hoard.
Reynolds ,S: Siears asked to have a
IK'rmanent )jrnde cstalilishcd on Watci
street. It was rclerreil to the street coin
notice ami city cuuiuccr.
I'r. II. II. Weaver was appointed sani
tary insH'ctor, with u salary ol $7" nr
mi m I li. aud Mr. Murray was transierrcil
from that position to that of siiieriu-
temlcitt of streets, sewers and waters.
A Hliliou asking lor relief from the
wagons standing on the Square to the
rear of the court house was presented
and a communication from the chairman
of the hoard of count v commissioners
was read stating that the pronrty ln
loui;cil to the county, ami that they
would hold the lot until a place for the
countrv wagons was provnlcd.
The hoard was informed that the city
sprinkler had Ik'cii sold liy Mr. Swice
4ood, and a committee comiioscd ol
Messrs. l.eaiiord, I'ulliaiu ami Mcliowell
was npimiuted to make other arranije-
II. W. Tuleiiw iilcr.V Co., were granted
hi inission to compile a business rcuVx
and dinvtorv ol'thecitv.
A lill lor live dollars for moving tin
hones of the ucjiio soldiers on North
Main street, was presented, but no ac
tion was taken. Notice of apH.'al from
the report of the jury on the street Inhiiul
THE FALL CAMPAIGN.
Win. I.. Siliert ami wile of Howling
Green, Kj., are registered at the Swan-
The curbing asked lor by Captain
Johnston ii lieiu put down on South
The first consignment of Georgia wa
AN INTERESTING LECTURE
Mr. IK'ineuH' Talk al Ilie V
A. I.HMt Mlullt.
The lecture !' Mr. I'. A. 1'cinciis on
Russia, its life, manners and customs in
the Y. M. C. A. lecture lialllasl niht wu
not as well attended as it should have
terniclons of the season struck Asheville ,K"U 1,1,1 ashiKhly appreviatcd l,y those
Mr. J. B. Reed's :t7' 3 acres were sold
lor $'.'l-,f s;i..'i:i instead of Slii.rVui as has
Mrs. rr. T. li. Hales, of Caney Ilrancli.
Tenu., is visiting her sister Mrs. T. C.
Slnnirs, on West Ilavwood stteet.
who were there
The speaker liegan liy traciui; the life
if the four different classes. The coiidi
tion of Russia licfore slavery was ahol
ishtd he desi-riU'il as lieinK niiich likclhat
of the South licfore the war. The noliles
had large country places at which they
euieriaincil rovailv. 1 Heir slaves were
(ilfii-er Mel Ui well shot n dog that was I trained for niiisiciausandaclasstiiainusc
supHised to lie mail at Mrs. Reynolds', I them anil their fetes were of the most
on .ortn .Main street, tins morning. I snnipiuous orncr. Alter slavery was
W. II. Gwvn is having Sencv street almlisheil the noliility had Uen nliliged
oniieil from Merrimon avenue to jt J to give up their large estates and go to
present terniiiialion near liast strix t. I "K lllll' " here lliey tried to eke out an
Th.v ,1 ii,...t ..r i.i..:n.. i.. .1.. existence lis ollicial.. 1 he other three
clared a seiui-aiiuiial dividend of four a-t , "lrv 1,11 ' V"v- l"1 nierciiiiniiiiiii
:ii...L ....... .i.i.. ... i,. 1 11,1 r niwiiii. ine aouse oi me n inner
V , ,. Tl .
fmf l..,i.b.i- in fulv urrl.u ,ii,.h,ii iiiikiii, i ne iivnri-
.... i ii"wiiiro ui iov iiiviviiiini. iii.surew iiucss
A fiimiiK'roicierKsiire worKiiiKiianito ., .,:.,. .,.:.,
have the early closing movement adopted M wm ((lH) ,k.KriiKll Tll.
M mIi..II Cft ittr tUttv 111. fat wit li I
.r... . l .... 1 nit'rvliiiiit wna tuiw tin ni(itiivitl tiimi i
Kinsiileraiiieencoiirageimni. Russia. He had neouircl ....... v .,( .1..
I'r. J. II. Williiinis' luiggy was liroken large estates formerlv the proiicrtvof the
down yesterday alternooii on Court I nobdily.
pliu-e while lieuig driven across the street Xinety-eight jicrccnt. of the imputation
railroail track. 1 lie nxlc was liroken ol Russia, said the siieaker, lived in the
short off. country. They were subiect to all of the
II. V. Fulenwiilrr & Co., will in two evils of country life. To that and the ficl
weeks begin the compilation of n city ili-1 'hat there were comparatively no nianii-
reetory of Asheville. Thev cxieet to lactiiring iiidiislries lie attributed the
have the work completed anil the edition present condition, The sie.iker traced
ready liy the first of Septemlier.
Mr. II. P. Andersen, general secretary
will lead the evangelistic llililc class at
tlx Y. M. C. A. rooms to-morrow at G
p.m. Sullied "Son of Man ami Son ol
God" John: 1 7 .'Hi. All young men arc
A publi;' nitvting will lie held in the
court house nt N.,'I0 o clock Tuesday
evening for the purpose of iirgniiiiing
a home building nud loan association,
Already a considerable amount of stock
has been subscribed.
the downfall of a niimlier of manufacto
ries which had liecn introduced into the
country, giving as their reason the unfair
ness of the government. Mr. Iicmeus'
lecture was interesting at all times. He
is well informed on his subject and has a
happy faculty of telling what he knows
in n n entertaining manner. Monday
night he will deliver his second lecture on
The History of the l.ilieral Partv.
A Very Quiet Aflakr.
Captain J. M. tiudger, of this city, and
Mrs, Houston, widow of I r. John lions-
Tom Perry n nil George Warren, the ton, of Yancey county, were married
colored lioys who were arrested for steal- Tuesday night. The ceremony was pct
lug goods from Woodcock's drug store formed nt the home of the bride, seven
In West Iind, were before 'Ntilrc Sum- miles from Ilnrnsvillc, by Rev. W. U
mey yesterday afternoon and were (lis- Lydn. Only a few friends of the couple
in Instil. I'crrin Goodwin has not liecn were present. They returned to Ashc-rc-nrrcstcd.
I villc and arc living on Haywood street.
t'n.f. I. M. Inirrnm. reiiresentimr the Mnljr few friends were aware of the
Wushinjfton Post, Is In the city mid will niurriiige.
write up Western North Carolina for his Much In I'uihc.
nniicr. I'roi, Ingram is in nonuion to a Thr rr.l.l. m wl.i. l. villi..m Wni.iw
traveler anil writer of note an Interest- Ailor u,Ht to cnxt ,,;. tnle ncHr
lug lecturer. He If a North Carolinian. Ai.iviiu N. Cm is to cost $0,000,000.
lie was born In Concord. . . I,..-..!. ril!nm,i i,.., in )uiu fnr
Mrt. 0. P. llostic, wife of a Itnplist the purpose of trnnsiorting material to
missionary stationed nt ChcfToo, China, the ground. Seattle Post-lntclligcnccr.
died there May Hth of smallpox. Shclellt
one 18-monthi old daughter, who Is now Mr'lln:.,l!' 1M' representing the
on her way to this place to live with her of KnoxviC) Tenn., has established a
relatives. Mr. Bostic went t Chum a local branch at this (mint, and has been
vesr aso. and was In Ashcvi He a short remarkably siiccesslul in securing stock
time before leaving. Dels In-other ol to the amount of MH GOO already sub
i n .-j i T nn.L.nrikui. ...in., eeribed among the leading citizens of the
,D"?.T'?otlc0ft?i.,cU'an,t.1,e city. All Interested will tlo well to call
child will l Uketi car ol uy tuem. He on H. II. Heeb.or Duff Merrick, local sec
will remain In China. 1 rctury and agent, of this city.
AddreitH of Hie Democratic male
Rooms of Statu 0km. Ex. Com.,
Kai.hicii, N. C, June Ui, IS'.IO.
To tiih VoTiiKsoi' NiiktiiCakoi.ina:
At a meeting of the Democratic Slate
Executive Coniniittee, held in this city
on the tilth instant, it was resolved that
the Iemocratic State Convention lie held
in the citv of Raleigh on Wednesday, the
1'Otli ot August. IS'JO.
It will devolve on this convention to
nominate for vacancies now tilled liy aH
pointnient nl the governor a clncl justice
and one associate justice of the supreme
court, and judges of the superior court
for the first, Fourth, l-'ilth and h'ighth
districts. Also nidges ol the suiicrioi
court for the second, Sixth, Se venth anil
Klevcnth districts, to succeed the present
ii cuiiilicuts, whose terms exnire: and to
adopt a platform of principles, and for
such inner nusiiicss as may proieiiy
come tx'lore it.
The convention is called to meet laten
than in INKS, to suit the convenience of
the great masses of thedeinoeratic voters
so that a tuller representation, rcllectiug
a more general sentiment, may Is.' in
sured; ami it is desirable that the dele
gates shall attend.
The democratic party congratulates
the ncoolc ol Die Mate umui the material
and mora! advancement made under iis
lieiietieeut administration of affairs, and,
having ledecitieil its pledges in the past
presents its claims to them for a coiitin
nance of that eonlidcnce to which it is
justly entitled, fully assured that they
will be I'ccoguiml.niid the interests ol all
classes thus subserved.
The term for which Hon. Zeliuloii II.
Vance has lieeu elected to the senate ol
the Tinted Stales will expire next March,
ami the legislature to lie chosen this year
will be called upon to till it. It behooves
us to see to it that no republican is elec
ted to the senate from this State. The
committee most earnestly reouests a
thorough, early organisation m every
township and county in the State. It is
essential that this preliminary work
hall lie Untie at once, so that we mav lie
ready for an active and energetic cam
paign as soon as t Ill-convention adjourns.
It will not do to assume that our oppo
nents, liecausc thev are inactive now,
have no lite. Thev can organize with
celerity and stand ready to take advan
tage of any apparent lethargy on our
part ; and, if we wish to prevent opnisi
tiou, we must demonstrate, bv our or
ganization and strength, its futility. In
issii ovcr-coiitiilcnce and apathy nearly
resulted in the loss of the State, and
igain in ISMi, from the same causes, the
control of the house of representatives ol
the State lost to the democrats ami
given to our opponents. Such a result
must In- carefully guarded against this
It is imiMirtaut that the various count v
conventions lie called al such times as
w ill liest suit the masses of the party, to
iiiecnu iiiai a inn anil n ee ciioice oi can-
lidatcs lor the unices may lie had mid no
The republican partv of to-dnv is the
same as in the dark davs of Reconstruc
tion, and only awaits the opportunity to
uitlict upon oar icople the same disgrace
and humiliation. Its action in the Fed
eral congress indicates too plainly that
tt is ilie party ot lorce, without rcsicct
for law or order.
The despotic usurpations ot the iicttv
tyrant who has lieeu placed by them in
the faker's chair only to dishonor it;
the deprivation of legally elected demo
crats of their seats in both branches of
congress ami the seating of republicans in
tneir steml witiiout the least vestige ol
right, for partisan tiuriMiscs.and tliccffort
to icrictuate themselves in power by the
passage ol a f eileral election law by
Iik n t lie control ol congressional elec
tions will lie transferred from the State
authorities to the hands of irresKinsibe
agents .ipiMiintctl at the nictation ol tin
scrupulous uiirtisans at the nationalcai
ital, thus striking a serious blow nt our
cherished institutions and the rights ol
the sovereign Staies; the reckless appro
priation ot the punnc limns torillcgalaml
unnecessary purpose's, liv which not only
is the surplus left in the treasury at the
end ol .Mr. Cleveland s Innign ndminis-
tration, entirely swept away and a large
deficit created but also the opKirtuiiity
ol giving rebel Irom the burdens ol taxa
tion is retarded : all admonish us that
our only salety lies in u return to demo-
era lie rule in country and itscuntiiiiiancc
at home. Should they succeed in their
aims we might cx iect l'ederalsiiiervisors
liackeil by l-cileral navotiets at t lie polls,
and a re-enactment ol' the scenes of lMiS
in our own and sister States.
I tterly indillerciit to the interests of
the southern fanner, all its legislation
has been nt our exicnsc for the lieiielit of
other interests ami other sections, and
the only hoiie ol the agricultural South
to throw oil the legislative shackles that
have crippled our prusK'rity and hound
us to Hiverly is to move forward on the
lines ol those great principles of relief
which the democratic party has stead
lastly advocated. To attain these ends
the co-opcrntion ol all patriotic men who
have at heart the prosin'rity ol our ncn
cultural and industrial interests and tin-
material welfare ol our southern people
is earnestly asked, ami they are urged to
eurou themselves tienealli the demo
U'l every democrat realize the rcmiou
nihility that rests iihiii him and meet it.
I uere can nc no iiouiit oi tnc grand vic
tory it wc do our lull duty. I 'licensing
vigilance is tnc price which wc must nav
or success, out wiien we cousilier Wllftl
defeat means to us, the sacnlice is small
liver estimate, rather than under esti
mate, the enemy and go into the light de
termined to win it, Wc must prove eipial
to the emergency, and when the first
Tuesday in November shall have pnssed,
victory will hcoursimd whitcsiiprcmnry,
which is synonymous will! iH'inocrnlic
rule, will lie assured to us for a further
Uy the committee.
lin. Ciiamiikhs Smith,
II. C. IIhikwitii, Secretary.
New Ad verUeiuciitt To-Day
Foi KTii ia;i:.
Wastki Hon ftp'-1.
Fur 8ai.k Womlliut v'n Stable.
Tihnii Skko He v. It. A. Onhuriu.
OftMCKKH HuililittK ami Loan AtumviutUm
China 8tohk nruwn i: ThniHh.
Haiioainhin Hath Mis Nellie l.ntliiilie.
ttni'THliNN limU'l.Nil AND LOAN AS
(Ulicera nnd direi-ttirtt of the AHheville
Hninih of the Southern HimIiUiik mid I.omi
AMKoclntton ot Knnxvillc, IVumHcc
I'rettitlent T. S. Murrtson
Via'-I'reiiiilerU tl. V. Ciiiinoii.
Swrvtnry IHift Merritk.
Treiimirer U. P. .K I.muI.
Atlornevii L'titih .v Merrtmoii,
Pirectorn i;. w. I'muion. I.. P. Mrl.ouil
W. T. KeynoliU, John i'luUI, W. F. Kiiutlolph
ii. ii. v. mm, j. n. (ir:mi
The following liHt nretihnri1 holilem. Slum
9 i"o cucn :
no, or HMMIC. VAI.I
(. w . Cannon
C. I. lllnnlon
I. . P. Mcl.oud
II. P. Child
T. S. Morrimiii
W. F. Kiuiili.li.h
J. S. (Irani
W. M. Clarke
II C. Jonen ,
S. F. HarniLtn
J W. Cam-
Mi l l.ee
V. (. llitrklim
I li. Kankiti
(lei i. F. Scott
r. it, Huvih
K. P. Poriner
W. T. Kcvnolild
II. Hi I tin Malum-
I C. HenniiiKiT
Mi hum M Armlitlit
MiftH Marilia Hurmeifitt r
A. S. Child ,
;to f, m.ihio
111 1 ,1)1111
. I II I ,ooo
.in 1 .ooti
, . roo
, ,'l H I
. r m
he 1 1 U tiriiUit Southern Frwe Tui uin,
iN-eiaiK k I tm wmtir iim and lor unrii
fMiiti id iiiiiN in nl vet .r MtaitioM in tin
nrpli;iio iind i;t't l lull tonne, or 'A oiiihtm im
-'.t ten if i.uui.'oitet-il jueiiiiiue Kelt r to I
S. Mtr. S. It. Alexander mid Mti V;ilkins
K liv IC. A. (ismiihm:.
I Thotipititii (Miituiiiiiue
;io; North (Oiilutni Slri-cl. Charlotte, N. C
junt-.il il 1 1 w Jin
A ST lip.
w lute. A'lihtHH
I'siKrit tut d houmtn;otl
P. o. Hn
A line ..rrcll carting horse. Kl liaihU hili
itiro ii Millie or nouoie. ai
iliac:.-!. Hit Wlllilipl kt'S STAHt.li
SUV To LOAN
$-oo uti attiirovcd Asheville real ctOatc at
KT Itlll Oil lOHK tltllC A l' ilV to
. I I Al KI.NStl.N .V SI N,
I'o piinliiiM- or n-nt n i'rw neu-s nl laud ill
or m-iir .lirille. Apiilv lit
in .-n.l.u THIS ol l ICi:
KIVA I li lll.AKI).
I'.iMnl If n-aiiii... enol riHHiiN. iiteiisiitlt sliaile
MKS II. M. .. insi.X.
iiiiuL'Otlcl Cor. Yalliy anil CoIUk St.
A Knoil eiii'k.
l.l.liN KlICK IHl i:l.
Ill K 1 IS I llK SAI.lt.
Two line .iiitter..
jtiiii-llirlat Mekerson's lliinlnnre Slure.
PIIK SAl.li UK Kli.NT.
The vnlunblr store hnr niliniitiiiu tlit-
llntik of AitH-iillt nuw .Mriiiiiiil l,v A. II
Jnni-M N-Sin. Apply tit II. S. Ilarkins ur J
ri.jiinr.fli ai-iiio, . . II. , A. u.
juncl Kill w
Set your dining table tastefully and
hamlsomely. It conveys a strong im
pression ol refinement ami elegance, liv
ery rcutiisitc for this, in china, glass, sil
ver, cutlery, etc.. as well as a large and
choice stock of ornamental goods, nt GT,
rU nnd Bl s. Mam street, Asheville.
J. II. Law
WLRead Urown & Thrush's adver
tisement in supplement.
MTThe fine stock of tomb stones in W.
I). Kowe's marble yard are offered at
twenty per cent ulxivc cost and carriage
for the next two weeks. Call and sec
A New Road to BUM.
If you are wise and wish to become
healthy and wealthy also, you will use
Roller Kins or Electric I.luht flour: lie-
cause the Asheville Milling Company's
hour is not only tne best out tnecneaticst
HTGn to Drown ft Thrnsh'i under
new opera house for China, Gl iss, and
l louse furnishing goods.
P0R RUNT JULY 1ST.
Photo aatlery over Law's .tore. Hare'.
Patent .kyllilhti parlor and printing de
partment! commodious nnd ea.y nf access.
Oh south Mala street.
Thorough instruction in iiiMnom niul nnd
vocal muic uiceu In Min Whilhnk, yti
niMMiun m reel, A f lit v Hie, A. C.
Pine Nowwood Piano fur nhIc chcaii at
.if niHiniin wiri-ci, Aiicllle( c.
Three beautiful luiililiiiK lots an. UK. on
Short street, nihulnliig Ik unit n'. pmix-rly
In-st m-lKlllmrhoiHl ; ehrnp. Apply to A
WrlHT, ow ner, or J. M. Ciimpln-ll, agent.
p. A i i nniMiH,
Allorne-al-liw M Notary iil.llc
NO. fj l.lii.AI. III.IICK.
'JO Int. In Chiinn'. Core, jut uutslile the
I.Imn acre. Innil in Miulimin inuiily. nenr
fliHl acre. Innil lluee miles north of Ifrmlrr-
annvllle A v S K K. run. ilirniiKh (he
iut.il. i-o.iou.cv anil ,it-Kii near liy.
Htore htiliM1. No. lul'fitiun avenue. 1
u-sHinn izivrn June I, li,o.
may voi. int
Ily virtue of n ilreil of trust cwuled to me
liy T. W. Aslttiit. on tin illli ilnv of Sepit-iu.
her, lHHti. ri ulxti Till in Hit- oIIUt of Ilie Kr.
ister o. .wen. in .iiiih'miihk' county, in Himk
17. at UMUe -l-s, ,,. MurtiMiur HivnrrlM. In me.
cure the iiurrhuae iinuiiy fur the mil rstnlr
thrrela .li-M-riln-il, .onl liy rea .n of the full
ureof.nlti T. W. ANh.tin (o .-nninlv M-iih thr
prnvUion. ofiiniil ibid of trust. I will M-ll nt
public auction fnriii.h to the lilithr.l ln.lilir
nl tl.e court not.se door In A.hrvllk- on Tors.
ilny, the Inth ilny of July, A. II Intnl. our
oifit-H ninrr n yrurs oh. name l.tmle.flrM-rilN-il
in said rii-ril or tru.l. ami nisi, the rolluwinu
ilriH-rilK-il renl estate: In thenorthrrn pa.t
if tlu-city of Ashi-vllli. .nlil rountv. slluntr
nt the norlhi-m liounilnrv of snlil eily, on the
rnat .iile of North Main ram I, fronllna HJ
fret on snlil strei-t, nnd runnlnif hack ea.l
wnril fis-t in piirullel line, tn another
street, unci eontutiiliiK nliout one hull acre
more or ir. unu Kills- iii-M-riiieil n a il ld
of trust. Till" May ail, I MHO,
W. W. V KHT,
OF WILMINGTON, 0.,
A ttKAPI'ATB III' TIIU
COLLEGE OF MUSIG OF CINCINNATI,
Will give In.trumentnl and vnrnl loan, nt
Mr. John Mi tlo well', or at the pupil.' house..
Term. Sl.uo prr hour. I'ur further Informn-
tion we Mr. John McDowell, at Hrdwuod'n,
or aililre.. Ml.. Jenkln..
, AHHUVILLU 35
Money advanced on Watches, lllnmuniln
and various other articles.
35 North Main Street. 35
J11neUi.1l I m
11. F. P. BRIGHT,
'.IFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE
DR, BATTLR'W OFsVICK.
BUOOIEI, CARHIAOEI, BLACKSMITHINQ.
To the eltliens of A.herlllr and ylHnlty I
would annoum-e that at my .hop. nnCollrae
.treet, neit to Woodbury', atalilr., I am bet
ter prepared than ever to do work In my line.
Waiton., HuKiriea and Carriage, manufact
ured. Repairing; and hor.r-lioein.T art .mp
elaltles, and perleet aatl.faetloa icuarnntreil.
My workmen are Mperlenced and .klllful and
my eharge. art moderate.
BOTiia d B, BURNBTTU.
BALLARD, RICH & BOYCE,
ASHE VILLE Al) I UNTItiliAWKTS.
ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1890.
TERMS STRICTLY CASH WITH ORDER
Stoves and Tinware.
PLUMBING, GAS AND STEAM FITTING, SLATE
tn ipiiintltlt'H not le.s than one ton ut factory....,.,.
In tiiutuitii-ii nut Ii-hh Hum out- hull' ton ul factory,
mill puuilils, llu tickets, III pounds cm-!t
700 " tin " an
7.10 " in " no " "
1000 " 10 " 1110 "
Tickets nuw on sule ut the olltee ul Utt.
AND TIN ROOFING.
1'AINTS Hiid OILS.
THE PASTEUR FILTER,
IN Al.l. Sl.i:s trliK I AM I LV
No ki will Iw dcllvcrvd without catdi or tickctit,
Asheville Ice & Coal Company.
Telephone No. 36 and 40. No. 30 Fatton Aytnuc.
JEIXICO COAL AT RETAIL.. "
For (.rate, . 5oo. For StovvM, . . . . ...
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
I'or sale lit Wholc.ulc ami Kelnil liy
ASHEVILLE ICE AND COAL COMPANY
....... r '
a .Epuui.c JO U 40.
Hselu.lve Aki-iii. i liome.tle iiiiiI S tin in I lor Wesiem North I'liroliitn.
I.HWIS MAI.IU'X. Pre.
L. V. Mcl.ot'li, Viee-Prea.
I. 11. HANKIN, Cii:tliur
lllkXCToiis:-Lt'wl MhiIiIiii, M. J. 11,-nrilt-n. M. I. Knuu. I. U. Knnkln l t u.. i ., ... .
. Heed. lleo. 8. I'owell.C. M. McLoud. 1
AM. IIDTIil. I SIv. I
iuaraU'i'd to he ierm Proof.
Al.l. SIZMt KIIPT IN STl'.t'K.
ohl, Mlvrr, Ivory, (Ink. I'.ill mill C 1.1-
lliiliiin Mo.ililinun. Aim Knolll MouliliiiKS.
I'ittiirt-. Miiltiil. Miioiiti'il iiikI I'ruiiieil nl
itl prices mill work guarniitetil. Ijugriiv-
iiik, ruitilings ami l.oeul Views nlivn.vn on I
S. Main St., AtthcvUlv.
npr In d
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK,
tiraanitcd May l.t. !,
CAPITAL. S5(),000. SURPLUS, $15,000
Slate, County aud City Ucpotiilory.
IHh-. nl'.i in ml llankin H.l,u. ieu.alt received. Ku-hnnite ImUL-h. ., ...i.. ...
lections uinile on nil acm-asihlr poinlN. 1 He Snviug 1'ei.lure will n-ee-ive H'ciul attention
tin nil sum. In thi. department, ilepiniltrd for four i tim or lunger. ii,...n. J .
of iH-reent. r iinniiin will In- paid. ' '
8ie.-lal attention Kivcn to loam, on real e.tule, which will be pined for long time on
lKn from 0 a in. to 3 p. .... I In Snliinlnys the Siiving IK, not mint will Ik-oiwu till li p.m.
inn 1 il 1 y
LIME! LIME! LIME!
UNH 1)1' TIIH
In tin' South.
Service nnil tulilr I'lrM
"' '-' i ' . '"
,1 V '.'
I'lVli MINI l:.s'
WALK I-KllM Tm,
I'JtHft. tin iliM.r eer Hi
A CAR LOAD OF
F R K S H - L I M li
Iii Hulk or
Olllcc No. 30 Fatlou Avenue.
TI!l.lil'llll.NU NO. 40.
I'or term, address
H. J. GREEN WELL, Proprietor.
ONLY EIGHT MILES FROM ASHEYILLE ON THE A. & S. RAILROAD.
-A HOME IN -
A lovely litiit,litiK lot ftoxl.to feet in slmilv lirovr lv
tin- nni M moH-riil iiriio; in tin- South nt $10 lo Sloo
A iiilil pluiv, IukIi, dry. line vli a tin, I n I , tv.
I'Iiiit well loot oil Kith i,e tri-.t-nll .limn iiviiiiiik
UMl fiit wiili-. Two li'iI mw l.oli-U. ilipol. ilmlv
lliuiU. etc. Kkvliiuil SpnnKH i" a m w anil p,.iulur tv.
rt 11 ml l.oiiinl to Kruw. Iluy now lor 11 colt'iiit- or
a. nn iiivmlitii-ut.
Triilnn leave A.lieville lit tl.loa. 111. mid return nt 7
. iu, J.", cents.
fell 1 1 llllin
OTIS A. MILLER,
Skylaud P. O., N. C.
Warehouse at leMt.
1'. II. llo n:it.
C. E. MOODY.
SKYLAM) MIMiRAI. SPRINGS, N. C.
KIlCliI Mllcn South of AHheville, on the A. & S. Hailroad.
New hotel., new eollnKC new furnitiitv. In-iiuliltil Kiovr,iiint leiini. nnil cri.ouil Inu.o.
48 MINERAL SPRINGS.
While Mulpl.iir. Alum. Mimni-ln. Iron iiml liiwim, TIiom- mikiuu hinlth l, ,...,r.. ,
no1 ""' lu v'"" i""m,t Mnk r """"
ily in lliincumlir County, North Cnrollnn,
tor the term of ility venrn with rnpltnl ol I
nn 1'tinnni invHieti iiuo ien inoua-1
nnn mi arm ui tnc value oi um rneh.
W. T. UHVMnl.tlft
Clerk of the Superior Court of Huiicu iiIk I
'IIK NOTICI. IIP TIIH INCOMIMINA
Til IN (If Tlllt AMII lll'll.l li muk'
ANII HOTIfL COMI'ANV.
Oltu-e ol the Clerk of the Huiirrior Court ol
i-iiiiviiiuiie louniy. Anncviiir, ri. c.
I'lllillC notier im hrrrliv ari vn ih.it hnw
thin Hiiv iamietl letter of incoriHirntion uuilrr
ow "tm i inr puH nor i. ourt, ureinrinK v.
li. MtlUf. 8. VYfMtrnv lint lie. I ll tv.ls.rt in
nnd their nueeenaoni to tic, it ml thenceforth
liny flnan nr. coriKirntlon fur Ihc pur
IHiatr of nun-hfisinif. wllinir. Ii-Malnsr lt
veloplnK nml improvini Inml.rrretinu hotel,
E. A. LeVENE,
AfJhcvlllc, N. C.
Near tHHHcii(cr Depot.
RUSSIA. P. A, DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
MunUlHl'llin'rl Nnil IskiO.'M Ih al. kiaa.1.. ..r I. a '
THU HISTORY OF
Munulnt'turer. and iH-iiler. In all kind, uf liriiucd
LUM11 IC R.
Ooor, Sah, Blinds), Mouldlnxa, stairwork, MautelH, Hank
ana Bar Fixture, and all kinds) ol' lluildiinr Material.
Hard Wood Lumber Work 11 SlM'I'iull V.
' Udly TvH-plioi.e No. a.
FITZ PATRICK It R OTHERS,
MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 23, 8.30 O'CLOCK.
By MR. P. A. DISMISNS.
I V.l u 1.. Mr arm a ... .
Adnilswlon .... Cents). " mm,u h.t, winuownnaaeHandPalentHHiiiceri.,
i niui., mi. anu varul.lies, Ma.ury's Mlsed I'niiiln and Colon. Window Ola... bolk
I'rench and Ameriraa
We keep In .lock Mt. Loul.and Kentucky Lead.
TYLER BANK COUNTERS.
aiUlTSATlD 1 COLOM: s psrlset Work fsiti
ISO P.g.tl lo rMdy. Itgoks fr., potugs It.
ew,., 1 a.m. m 1 siiiM. T .117. i.
TYLKBSUXCO. T.WUIS.MO V.I.A.
ARDEN PARK HOTEL
10 mile. South of A.hcvllle, on A. H. K. K.
Per Month fit) fx.
Prr Week laim
IHnner and Tea Parties un uncday'snnllee,
Tho. A. Morrlu, Prop.,
aprtOdtf Antra, N. C,
A WIND STORM
May Conic and go, hut wc arc Here to Sell (.oodu and are
CaOliig to Sell Them.
DID YOU HEAR WHAT WE SAID?
WchaveMtraw Hal. I cent lu llu cents eiti-h. Kplemliil line of Hluus chniier Hum any
thrr houne-are them. Nine and Ten uuurli r HlilrtluK l.y the raw. Prims, lilnclinin.,
nie., &e., at any price yon would n.k llu 111. Home all Wlk I ires. Oood. in cent. , vr.l.
Would .ay mure hut till, will convince you.
Asheville Dry Goods Co.,
J- O. IIOWHI.L, MiiiwiK.r.
At old .Innil, 1.1 door lielow I'l-nnliniiii Vo.'t llardwnrr Htore.
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY
J17 Haywood Street.
All WATKH THORPVUHLV FILTURKD on the PrciuUc.
Twenty-five year, ol practical cipcrlrncc, combined with rsssoNAb attention to all dc
tall, of the hu.lnea. and perfect arranxemrnts for CLSANLINsss and pusitv of all noodt
I?OH HA LB,
Hmall lllirarv nf .Inmlnrd low,.., .Um.ii.. I
' rnre mineral, and i-urln.Hie..- ro.,. I manufactured, rnahle the nrourlrtor to nn.,un. in Hnmw, - . 1... ...
mt'rnli mnA ....(.., .....rt. ...... a... I 1 '
iin.ur.iay. win .
Call at this uAlec.
than half cost.
W e are now prepared with roan, tor .urn-
MKR, S. B. CIIAMmtRLIN,
mayaidtm 07 Church strwt.
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphons.
Ginger Alt and all the various flavors of HDDA WATKK ready for shipment and delivered
free In City limits. Out uf town orders must hart ss.rohttHLi reference.
C. U. CAMPBULL.