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ASI1EVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 25, 1890.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
H. D. CHILD, Business Manager.
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W 15DN 12SDA 1( jl'N 15 asi 1800.
THH DAILY CITIXKM
la on aale at the following places la Asheville
1. I I I.HH ur r n is,
HATTBKY PAKK NEWS STAND.
1I.HN HIICK NHWS 8TANII.
MOllKL CIOAK 8TOKH. I'Htt.in Are.
J. CARSON'S NliWe) STOKH, Nurtll Court
PERTINENT AND PERSONAL
New About Anhcvllllann and ol
Mtrauuera Wit bin Our UMtca).
lion. Kuc lilies, of l'miiklin, is in tin
C. M. Chirk represents St. Louis at til
Tlicrc were 1)3 arrivals al I hi' n im
L. A. Whitney represents Itosluti
the Buttery Purk.
C. T. Snider, ufdlney, 111., is rvu,islcrtl
at the llattcry Park.
II. S. Clark anil wife are al the Ha
tery Park from New York.
W. P. Stmicman and wife, of Clicstc
held, S. C, arc at the Clin Rock.
II. CatlilTanil II. K. Ilutclientlt are i
the llattcry Park from Kentucky.
Ir. I. M. Conlcy, of Paytonia, I'la.,
at the Swannanoa with liis family.
T. W. Tilden, of Oakland, l-'lori.la, if
unions the guests al the tllcu Nock.
a Judge A. C. Avery, of Morjjnnton, is in
the city. He is at the Swannanoa.
S. I.awnon and A. ('. Nottingham rep
resent Baltimore at the Swannanoa
Mr. I iislnu and the Misses iHistan, ol
Alalimua, are at the (lattery Park.
O. p. Causey, a prominent plaid matin.
faetiirer, ol High Point, is in the city for
a lew days.
J. S. Cave mid Master Marvin Cav
arc at the Mattery Park. Their home it-
in liurham, X. C.
The street ears were at a st.-inilsti
this morning for forty minutes lnvaust
of the machinery lieing out of order.
J. A. llerktuan, I.. A. Ilcrktnati, Mastc
A. C. Cray and Miss M. C. Cuthlicrl
eomxise a party from Augusta, nt the
The old street sprinkler has lieeu sold
liy Mr. Swieegood to the Moutfonl Par
iissoeiation. The city will huv some new
Al the regular weekly shooting if tin
Asheville (Sun Cluli yesterday, lr. Jen
kins made the licst score and will wca
the medal this week.
The returns from the census cmiiiicni
tors who have finished their work eon
tiniic to come into the supervisor's of
her, although the time is not out.
A meeting of the V. C. T. P. will Ik
held this afternoon al five o'clock in tin
levtiirc room of the Y. M. C. A. Mem
licrs arc urged to attend this iniKirtaul
The Keseuc Hook and Ladder Com
pany held n called meeting last night ami
it committee win npHiuteiI to huy one
of the horses formerly used hy the host
company for $1X0.
I acre were three lelusals to answer
the census ipiestions in the eastern dis
trict of this city yesterday, and the
names of the H?rsons refusing have Wen
sent to the district attorney.
Stokes Hall, the colored man who was
iirresied some time since in a crncd con
dition was discharged this morning, lit
was deemed to lie much Utter, anil
promised to go to his home, near Salis
bury. The paring on North and South Main
streets has Ix-cn completed, with the ex
ception of the space U-twecn the street
ear rails, and that will lie paved in u few
dats. Court Place will he paved as soon
us the brick can be obtained.
L. C. Keed, Henry B. Cnrrc, Tudor II,
Carre, George Gessncr, Thomas Gcasnci
and Mrs. T. J. Dowty, ami Lrncst In
galls, of New Orleans, were in the city
this morning. They were en route to
Pigeon River and from there will go to
Mr. Keed's farm near Ml. Pisgali, where
they will icnd a part of the summer.
Col. Cameron tKlcctetl Prenldcni
Nearly one hundred people attended
the meeting of the Lyceum Inst night
The election of officers resulted in the
choice of Col. J. D. Cameron to be presi
dent and he nt once took the sent. In
doing so tie made a short speech in
which he expressed himself as in hearty
symMthy with the work of the society,
W. 1), Justice was elected vice president,
llillhouse Duel, secretary and N. P.
C bed ester, treasurer.
The discussion Inst night was on the
question, "What Free Inquiry Has Done
For the World." Mr. Bucl made the
opening speech and he was followed by
his father. Among those who spoke on
either side of the question were Mr.
llawley, of rhilndeliihin, Rev. Mr. Bell,
Gen. Hampton, T. C. West a II and N. P.
Chedester. A number of ladies attended
last night's meeting.
Twnly Dollars) Haloed.
Barker & Fullnm's ice cream parlors
were opened to 'the public last night.
They are the handsomest in the city and
art exceedingly well appointed. The
proceeds of the first night were given to
the Mission Hospital. Twenty dollars
.' was) the smowat takaa in, and the ladies
, who had the affair in charge feel well sat
atued with their work, t.
8C0H HAS CONE ON.
HE WENT TO NEW YORK TO
CORPENINQ TO GO ON FRIDAY
Reasons for Heudliiir Janice) Mcoll
Away at Ouce-The aulMsciip.
lion LIhI up to Dale.
The afternoon cast bound train hail
among its passengers for New York one
of the two boys, James Scott, who was
bitten by a mad dog on Friday last
He was in company of C. II. Maddux,
who kindly offered to take him on and
see thut he was left at Dr. Gibier's insti
tution. Until this morning the idea of sending
the boys on at once was not thought ol
.Not a sulfleient amount of money had
been raised and no plans had licen decided
uhiii. When however the danger in not
giving the bids prompt medical attention
was considered it was thought U-st to
scad the hoys on and trust to the gener
ous teoplc of Asheville for the remainder
of the nioaey.
Both of the lads were happy when thev
learned of the division to take tliem on
to-day and the Scott boy was on hand
promptly but the CorM'iiiug lad did not
show up, and he will lie sent on day af
ter to-morrow. The Richmond and I 'an
ville will give Scott a pass as far as Sal
isbury and from there on his fare will
have to lie paid. Mr. Saniicrs, who so
kindly oOcrctl to take them on, was
obliged to remain over because of a busi
ness engagement. He will go on I ridny
with CorM)uing and will look after the
boys while ill New York. The suhscri
tion now amounts to $l."i.l!."i, scarcely
enough to get the lads to their destina
tion. The list is as follows:
I. II. Smith
1 Ol I
I-'. N. Carrington
Geo. W. Pack
S. R. Kepler
P. t.ougbran 1.IH
Miss l.altarlic Mm
A lady MM
Mrs. Rogers ."i.iM
SALE OF LOTS TO-DAY.
Prices, Purchasers) and l.ols al
The sale of iotsat l'rosnet Park to-day
has demonstrate.! the (act that interest
in Asheville real estate is unabated.
large crowd was in attendance. The
prices, purchasers and lots arc given lie
S'o.'iii, Tiixl'JH, W. G. Morton. .$1. (',10. ih
" .".", Toxl'.'Hi. K. It. Calvert... LM'.i.Ot
" 5I-. NOxllu.J. G. (Jhccii
" fi.'l, IMux.Hi, J. G. ijnccn
" G2. .-.HxK'.-.. A. Wh'itlock
11 ."I.. 'tlx 110, J. T. Ilostie
" oil, (.).xl lo, A. Whillock
" ."'J, oxll.-, p X Carrington
" ."is. .-Oxi:iri, Ii. Collin
" ."7, ."(ixlo.G. W. Cannon..
" ." i'iI'xU.-i. J. B. Ilostie
' ii, -i7xlLl.J. II. U-c
' 1.1, .'7x131. J. II. Ix-e
' 2, Mlxll'.I.J. II. Ilostie
' 00. olIxUCJ. II. Ilostie
01, .-inxl70, R. P. Walker...
' 0J, 1x1 17, II. Williams
0.1, l.txl.i:t,C. I. Illanton..
" OH, .lOxli'L', R. P. Walker...
01), Silxlln, R. P. Walker...
7l, 5iixl0.-i, J. B, Ilostie
" 71, ."ixloo.J. II. Ilostie
!l,0:ixlol, R. P. Walker...
H, 70x111. R. P. Walker...
7, liOxl-'H.J. It. Ilostie
0, IT.xlll, L. P. Mi Loud.,
.-.rioxlfil, I). C. Wnddell..
:t. .-lOxiriri, i. c. Wnddcii..
71, .-iOxIIN, T. A.Jones
" 7.1, .'.0x1 15, W. L. Hume...
7a, ."ixl 1H, G. W. Cannon..
" lO.OL'xlOH.P.C. Humphrey
.'.'1, 7x20l, J. G. Uueen
" 2.-1, r.ax!70, P. L. Horeh
" 2, fi.'lx 102, P. X. Cnrring.
" 27, 02x1 52, J. H. Ilostie
" 70, C.-.X72H, T. N. Winslow.
" 77, 55x102, I'. C. Iluin-
7H, 55x120, R. P. Walker...
I 70, 55x10, R. M. Denver...
' 2, 50x113, with house, C.
' 80,55x172, R. M. Denver...
" 7, Hiixl7U,L. P. McLoud..
" 0, 7:txlHl,PCIIuinphrev
" H, Baptist church lot, H.
M. Denver 500.00
' 37, 4x92, T. C McNecly...
1(1, xl)l, W.J.Zachary..
" 35,xll0, T. A. Jones
07. 1x105. i. B. Calvert...
" 00. 1x105, T. A. Jones
" 05, X17, W.V.Lowe
" 01, :x 137, W.P.Jones and
T. C. McNeelv
" 75, SUx 1 23, T. A. Jones
A Home Bulldlna; and I,oan,
A public meeting was held at the court
house last night for thrpttrMscof organ
ising a Home Building and Loan Associ
ation. The meeting was informal, nnd
Mr. Rctilien McBraycr presided. He ex
plained the objects of theassocintion.nnd
Dr. T. J. Hargnn made a talk. The asso
ciation is a local affair, and at its head
are such men asC. T. Rawls, C. B. Gra
ham, Thos. W. Branch, R. McBraycr, R.
U. Garrett, Natt Atkinson, Charles D.
Blanton, P. A. Sumner, H. T. Collins, J.
M. Lorick, U. 1', Mangum and P. L.
A meeting of the stockholders will be
held at C. T. Rawls office Friday nightat
30 o'clock to perfect the organisation
and elect a . board of directors. Fifty
thousand dollars of the stock has been
THE TWO LITTLE VICTIMS.
How (he Boys reat One of the
Mad Don victims.
"You'll go mad."
"Of course he will."
"Look nt him foam at the mouth."
It was Jimmy Scott one of the victims
of the mad dog to whom these remarks
were addressed. He was sitting on the
curbing in front of Tiik CrrmiNofnccand
around him were a doen street urchins,
white nnd black, who took considerable
pleasure in telling the lad that the bites
lie received from the rabid animal would
Finally the boy rose to go. There was
a general scattering ofhis tantaliirs to
such pleasant remarks as
"Look out, he'll bite you,"
"Don't let him get near you, he's mad
The unfortunate youth wason theslrcc
nearly all dny yesterday and all of the
lime the erowd of urchins was at his
heels. No matter where be went, the
Jimmy is a bright-faced colored boy ol
twelve years of age. He has heardot the
movement to scud him to New York fo
treatment and wants to go, if be is in any
danger. He suffers some pain Irom Ins
cauterized wounds. When his mothc
heard that he had liceti bitten she sent al
once to Col. Connelly and got a madsloue
which she used with effect. The stone nil
hered to the bitten places very well ami
drew out a large amount of imisonous
matter. From that alone it would seem
that the dog was mail.
Mis. Scott says she would keep her Imi
oil" the streets during the dav time, but
that he frets so while al home with noth
iug to occupy bis mind, and she thinks it
best for him tolicwlicrehceanlicdivertei
and not be so lonesome. She is a widow
with four children and came here sona
tina.' ago from Salisbury. Her husbaiK
lied there and she has had a hard strut;
gle to feed and clothe hcrselt and hcrchil
Ircn. James is the oldest one nt home.
He says he is willing to go to New York
"If it is anything like they tell incit is,'
he s-'iil pitcoiisly "I hoK' they won't let
me die such a death."
Tom CoriK-ning the other boy who was
bitten by tl.e dog is but eight years old
and lives with his father. Harvey Coricn
ing, on IcMl si nil. The father docs not
seem willing that his hoy shall goto New
York alone lavausc of his nge. The little
fellow was bitten several times and has
one ugly looking wound on the arm am
several smaller ones on his baud am
wrist. When the dog jumped at him be
says it was foaming at the mouth, its
tongue was hanging out and he thought
it would kill him Ulorc it went on. The
lad stillcrcd considerable pain where he
was bitten, but it will lie several darsltc
fore he develops hydrophobia.
A Mix Contract.
iKiiiens ."v Harding have been awanlcd
the contract for the new court bouse at
Statesville. The price is $.'5,700.
A MoonllKhl stout Kldc.
"It is as pleasant as riding in n boat on
a lake on a moonlight night with iiioun
tain breezes from the Alps," remarked a
travelcil gentleman last night as he sat
with his lannlv in one ol Hie oiicu sum
mer enrs of our electric street railway.
He had no destination to reach, and was
-.imply riding from one end of the line to
the other lor the pa riM.se ol enjoying the
nleasant night air anil t lie tranoinl moon
We learn that there are many xtsoiis
who get on the cars every evening nnd
ride Irom one end of the line to the other
simply tor the pleasure there is to be olt-
taineil Irom the rule. 1 here can lie no
loulit that the large open ears run as
'smooth as a boat, as inanv patrons ol
the road can testify, but whether our
mountain nrcczes are unite ns pleasant
as those on Alpine lakes any (ktsoiis who
have visited riwilcrinml can say.
ty"We call nttention'to the advertise
Rienl of the Asheville Female College as a
summer boarding place. In view of the
ample ami well arranged liuililiugs, large
anil well shaded grounds, anil pure cold
water, and its location immediately on
the street car line, this is probably t In
most delightful place in the city. Prot.
Atkins and wife arc attentive, social and
Set your dining table tastefully and
handsomely. It conveys a strong im
pression of refinement and elegance, liv
ery requisite for this, iii china, glass, sil
ver, cullerv, etc., as well as a large nnd
choice stock of ornamental goods, at 57,
.ill and 01 s. Alum street, Asheville.
J. II. Law
Unif" Special prices to boarding houses and
hotels at lirown ac Ihrnsh s m all their
lines of goods.
Ice Cream To-Nlubl.
At Barker & Fullnm's icecream parlors.
Koutn Minn street, unison siilionogrnpl
will Is? on exhibiiion at the parlors lor
to-night only. The entire proceeds urc
to go to the Mission Hospital. Ciril and
get n delicious saucer of cream, hear the
phonograph and aid the hospital.
Iny Ladies call nnd see the new royal
pink teplilx glassware at lirown &
I hrash s, under new oiera house.
WThc fine stock of tomb stom a in W,
D. Rowe's marble yard are o fiend nt
twenty per cent nmivc cost nnd carriage
for the next two weeks. Call and see
Mr Brown & Thrush have a beautiful
hue of Austrian chum, decorated toilet
sets, also Havilnnd china dinner unit ten
sets very low.
A Mew Road lo Hllss.
If you are wise and wish to hecome
heiilthy nnd wealthy also, you will use
Roller King or lvleetnc Light Hour: lie-
cause the Asheville Milling Company's
Hour is not only mcncsiuut incciicuucst.
WrGo to Brown & Thrush's under
new opera house for China, 01 iss, and
House furnishing goons.
New Ad vertlaenienta To-Day,
Baku a ins Whltloek's.
II. kkuwood ft Co. Clothing, eVe.
I'lNX bsxaa Ooona noatle Bros. St Wrlitht.
THIRD PAUK, ,
at'UUKS BoAsniNii Prof. B. K. Atkins.
' FOURTH PAOE.
Lost B. M. le.
Foa Hsmt B. H. Reed.
Foa Sals Cortland Bros.
BrsciAt Mxktino J. B. Nankin.
Mi'sio Tkaciiino Mlaa Bnrmciater.
Mituatiok Wastsd O, L, This Office.
A Possible Way Out.
"It is thought here by some," remarked
n republican this morning, that haves
will lie re-appointed by the president, or
that the two districts will Ik- thrown to
gether under the management of Collect.
or ) lute who has charge ol the eastern
My flvo-rimiii eottntir iimihIIc links Ho
tel, on Woudiin street. Apply tn
8. II, RUUll.
Ily A HU-mly, n-linliU1 nml suiter niiin, tic-ciiBtotm-.l
to wnltiiiK on Kmllonen and tnk-
imk care ol dun rooms.
('.. I. I.., Tills (illiec
Near intersection ol' Win. nml I'ollruy
rtltvclN a limp of II. in. . It Viimv' pr.iHrl v.
K'etiirn lo II. M. I.i-r nml K I revliinl. I he
pnrl.v who Imrrowe.l n iniipnl smile prop
erty Irom my oltice Mill please return lt at
once. i .m. i. on
An proviilnl fur in my t inn Tt"t, CmIi a ir
t'iul mi'ctin f the Itnant ol l uinity Com
niitiMiiinrrts Inr IUiiu'uiiiIm i unity will 1 tirhl
at ihv Court llmiw in .ti' villi-, N. C, Moil
ilav, J mil IMMi im I In- pii i i ti uf ttvi'ti
NtiU-rniu the Hiiplivtilinii ot W n. Mitllt-r lor
ntail iKvimo. J Ii. KANKIN.
June -Ti, IN'iu. C han iiiiiii.
Mihh M, HurniriHtiT, n-tuiii-r fit the Ashe
ville IViiutle Culleue, iiitnomuvM Mti hiiu-r
ti-rni cil' in u ic, I''rtnvh himI litriniin. AImi
U-sHonM ill I'ilet tluipure ami Tor Imn--Im
may tie given. Appl tr.im lit tu :i Ml 1 hi
A hi ille Prin tile CulkKi'
Till- MODUL DA IKY IAKM
W. X. CAROLINA,
THi: PHOPIiRTV UK
1M'. n.re. H iiitU-H Irom A.heville on tin
A. At S K K.
Sk la ml -oo i. .n 1. II. mtioiii. Die Inrm.
l-or i-uiti.-iilais ami rciiM.il lur m-IIiiiu mi-
ration Ave. Airvnts).
ICE CREAM PARLOR
South Alain St.
MESSRS. BARKER & FULLAM
llai fin iii-litl a parlor In thetiurof tluit
fruit "lore where tee Cream and Slurlut will
In- t'uriiiolud in any uaiitltlin, and olait
the patronage of the puldic. I.ndleN arc en-
jum L'tVdl w
MISS C;i NNISON
Will lV Al
32 II a i 1 c Street
l.aell tno-iiinic exeeptltlK Wedliemlay nil it
Saturday to receive piano pupihi or to make
arriiii;! meat tor leMNotin. Hpeeial ntteiitioii
;i v in to eiirH-nilile playing, partiiularly for
tin ie w ho w inn to Improve In reading nmie
TirniH, $lo.oo, $i5.ihi orfL'o.nua ipiarter,
aeeordiuu to length of leinou.or he I her In
:i i-liiMi. I'nyaMc In niildle of quarter.
A n mil II tr ut. near Mr I i-htr'n nnd I'.hii
KiK'k hotel, the (unit r mil tn nnardeil.
juntyii;it A. . IIAI.i. tll'K li (N.
Inndnomrly fuml-hii private hon4e, with
every ennvcioenev. l-or iNirtieuhim iidiremi
v . 1. inm otuev.
A NT 1. 1 1.
(took keeitrr In wlndeiale nml retail ton'
thin eity, 11111M lie 11 u I mhIit, tpot k al
liUtireN nml n umloiilttid iuiictitv. Aitiie-.
in own handwrithiK K''i'w nii-n-ueM and
taiiiry ri)ieeieu, uiiiee t tin, pajier.
jutie J A ti.u.
llllvnnd AlllfllNt ll1triietiMii in ilrnuiiit
ami pamiitiK irom nnuirr aut mi- Hi ml to nt
AHlieville 1. olleue. l or iiilorination liiilv
then iH'twcrn and il 11. tn.. or mhiI ir
M KH. 1.1.1AltKTII t).Ki:V Ahi:kMool'
jtme-'.ttiim iil.Ni w Vork City
UK MA Lit.
A fine mirrrll earrinue horM-.1i. handH hluh.
wiitm wen nnifjie or ooiiini-. Ml
lUnriintL TrtiHMillI KY H KTAIILIf
(Ae nre now itretmred h uh r,,,,,,.. r,r .um.
MRS, n. II. t II VMIII'.KI.IN,
may.'lldltn r,r i liureh street.
IINI1V TO LOAN
S'J'JOO on nill.rovr.1 A-llrlll.- rrnl ealnle al
H-r cent. 11.1 lottK tune. Apply to
Ml I A IK I N. St IN At et)N.
JJtlK HUNT Jt'LV I HI'.
I'hoto unlterv ovrr l.tiu's atitre. Ilavr'a
l-mrnt ak.vimni ; parlina nml prlllllnK dc
purtmrnt; eotniito.imiiN nml , n.y of eu-ccaa
Amily to IIKAKIUiN. NANKIN ft CO.,
juni-Klll noultl Muin alrcet.
Onod liiedlloll. colli riioma. itlr.aant ahuile.
M KH. II. M. IIAVIIIHON,
liini-UiNliU Cor. Vnll. y nnd CoII.k. Ht.
Thoroitch In.lrtictlnn In Inatriimrntnl nnd
UK-ill niu.ie Ktven hv Mlaa Whltloca, all
inn (reel, Aaltrville, N. C.
J?OK HA I, It.
Fine K.mcwfiiiri Plnno fur anle t-tH-nu at
an nooiinn alrcet, Aallcvlllc, N. C.
juneuit 1 lit
33 AWIIIiVILLIt 35
Money advnnced on Watches, Dlnmonda
and vurlnua other articles.
H. SCHIFFItf AN,
35 North Main Street. 3s
New hnuae, newly hirnlahrtl, all modern
Improvements, I a rue rooms, good tattle,
MRS. M. C. GOODK,
S.1 College HI.
11. F. P. I1IUGIIT,
UFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE
DR. BATTLU'S OFFICE.
BALLARD, RIGH & BOYCE,
Stuvc and Tinware.
PLUMBING, CAS AND STEAM FITTING, SLATE
AND TIN ROOFING.
FAINTS mill OILS.
THE PASTEUR FILTER,
IN A I.I. MXUS It IK I AMM.
AMI IK 1 1 I I. t'Sli
t;uiiriilvcfl lu lie ticrni lrool.
A I.I. SIZHH KHI'T IN STUCK.
C.ohl, Silver, Ivory, Ojtk, 4'.lt ami Coint.i.
nation MouhHnM. Ainu Kooin MoiihliniiH.
iitimw Matteil, Mounted iiihI I'riuued nt
limtht priix nml work Kiiiiranteetl. l.tiKrav-
ini, I'ainiliiKH uimI I.ihuI Viewalwn)ti on
H. Main HI., Aishcvlllc
npr Is d
LIME! LIME! LIME!
A CAR LOAD iV
FRliSIl - I, I M 1
In Hulk or
OIlU'c No. 30 ration Aveinic
TliLlil'lliiMi No. to.
Wnrtliouae ut lieiHtt.
I'. t. tins. S3 1
C. K MOODY.
P. A 1 rMMINCitt,
Atlornt-at-I.Mw Ik Notary Public
Ml. I'J l.lii'.AI. Itl.OCK.
Hi IoIm in (.'huiin'i Cnvr, Jiint uu tilde the
eit v tiimiN.
I.Ihh nvtvn limit in Mndinon itiunty, near
I llllll KIN K .
Ami nere land threr mllm north of llrmlrr-
Minvlllr A. V K N. K. mnti throunh the
mini. riHuoiuec miiii acMit near uy.
Htnrr him-, No, lit I'nttiin n venue,
entiion Kiven June 1 Ihihi
lCiiftlUh aud 1'rcncli
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS,
No. o I'rrncb llmnd Arenue.
MRS. BURGWYN MAITLAND, PRINCIPAL
iHor many years Aawx-latr I'rlncHtml ot Ml
Vernon Institute. Rnlttmore.)
Aaalatrtl Ity a corm of com ien tent teachers
ueco a ay
BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, BLACKSMITHINQ.
To the Htliens of A.hrrllle and Tlrinlt
would nnmitintT (hnt nt mv ahoiia onCollrire
.trrel, neat to Ilittry's atnlilra, I am lN-t
icr irrinrrti innn ever to on worn in my line
Wnitnna. Itnuulra nnd L'nrrlMnt-a msnuriii-..
un-d. NeiMtlruts ttntl hnrachorinaT are aiie-
elnltlea, ntttl inrlivt antl.lnellon uuMrnnleed.
M v workmen air eanerlrnced and aklllfula.nl
my cnnrKca arc mtnlerate.
nntraa n. p. hnhttii
UHI'THIIHN mill.llINO AND LOAN AM-
Olnerra nnd dim-tors nf the Aahevlll.
Ilrnneh of the tttulhrrn llttllitlna and Loan
AaNiHiatlon or Knosvtile. Trnneaaeci
rrealrtent T. a. Mnrrlann
Vlee-I'realdcnl . W. Cannon.
Hrvretnry Huff Merrick.
Trrn.urrr L. I. Mcland.
Atlomevs Cohli ft Merrimon.
Iilrreti.r 41. W. Cannon. I.. I. Mel.iiud
W. T. Mrynolda, John Child, W. f. Mandulih
... ii, cnn'i. j. iirani
Thr follow I
Inii Hat arc eharc holders, Hharra
lot. .acta I
Mo. or atiAssa.
(I. W Cannon., .'It.
I.ewla Ma'lilus tfo
I ill IT Mrrriek lilt
C. H. Illanton Ill
I. , '. Mel.oud 10
II. 11, Chilli Ill
T. H. Mnrrlann til
W. V. Knniloluh lo
I. H. Oram
Colin fv Mrrrimon.
W. M. Clarke
It. I'. Harmon
J W. Caae
V. O. Hnrklns
J. K, Nankin
oro, r. ncnu ,
T. II. liavla
K. I'. I'nrtner
W. T. Hevnolda
II. Ileltla Malunc...
I. C. llrnnlnaTr......
KtlMH. M. Arntltrld.
Mlaa Mnrtha Uurmrtater II.
A. H. Child It)
For further Information all .M.n..,na ,l.!.
Inu atiHk aa a proNtalilrlnvralntrnt, or I how
wlahl.iH a loan unon easy terma lor the iiur
IHi.e nt liuiltllna or haylna home, will do
well to rail on II. II, llerli.tlrneral Traveling
Aaent. at W. M. Clarke'a nfhe. at the iiranrf
Crntrnl hotel who will aire any dealred infor
mation, or Is his absence amilv to Mr.
ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1890.
TERMS STRICTLY CASH WITH ORDER
lit itntntltlea not leaa than one ton nt liictnry .
lit qtiittitlliea not lesa tltfin one Itnlf ton nt luclnry...
Iloo iKiunda, HO ticket., Ill pounds each
Too " mm an "
7no " lit " no "
I01HI 10 " loo " " ,
No Ice will be delivered without ciialt or
Telephone No. 36 and 40.
JELLICO COAL AT RETAIL.
For Urate, 5.00.(1 For Stove, . . . 4.50.
BEST AN TI lit ACITE COAL
I'or aale at Wholcaale and Metall by
ASHEVILLE ICE AND COAL COMPANY,
Telephone 36 and 40.
lUclitaive Awnts I Domestic and Hteaml for Western North Carolina.
LI1WI8 MAUIIUX. Tres L. P. McLOUB, Vlcc-I'rcs. . B. RANKIN, Cashier
" Ran'"""'-8- R"'J-
-E WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, E-
Orsanlsed May 1st, 1HHN.
CAPITAL. $50,000. SURPLUS, $15,000
State, County and City Dcpotiltory.
Hot a a Cent ral nanklnsj Hualneaa. llriiosiU rei-elved. KschHnKe bousht and sold c.,i.
lections matle on all neeraallilc iM.lnta. The
On nil aunts in this department, denosited
of (cr cent, per annum will be paid.
8uecial attention xivrn to loans on real estate, which will be nlactd for lonn time oa real
Open Irom a. m. to 3 p. m. On Saturdays the Huvluu Department will bcopcntfll B p.m.
ONH Ol' THH
In tlic South.
Service mid tnldr I'lral
For ternii addmui
H. J. GREENWELL, Proprietor.
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
zvj Haywood Street.
All WATIKK THOROl'VHLV FILTKRKD on the Preiulacx.
Twenty -five years ol practical experience, combined v. Ith raasttNAL attention to all dr
lails of the Itu.inesa and perfect arnuiKrmenta for clkaxlinkss and ft'NiTV of all .roods
mnnufarturcd. enable the proprietor tu present to hia numerous (nitrons a superior class of
Curltonatrd Ik Ventura.
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphons.
r.inici-r Ale anil all the various flavors oT HoUA WATHK rratly for shipment nnd tlcllvcrrd
Irer In City limits. Out of town orders must have KsrnNiH..R reference.
C. M. CADIPIIKLL.
ONLY EIGHT MILES FROM ASHEVILLE ON THE A. & S. RAILROAD.
-A HOME IN-
A lovely hitlldlnK M AOs I fit. feet It. .hn.lv (trove Itr
the Aneat mineral anritiKa In lltr South nt o to f iihi.
A iiilt-l plnrr, hiuh. dry, line views ..ml kimhI aiH-trly.
I'lnce well Inid olf with wide stm ts nil mint, nvrnitrs
IIM. feet wide. Two bimmI new hotel., depot, dnily
ntn.ls. etc. Skvland Kpriniia la a new and popiilnr
"orl nnd iHiund to utow. Iluy now for a cotuiac or
aa nn investment.
Trains leave Asheville at U.IOa. in. aud return at 7
p. tu.'JZ cents.
OTIS A. MILLEIl,
M.11 dm Skyland P. O., N. C.
H0TELST ARMOND-HOTEL BONNYCREST
SKYLAND MIMCRAL SPRIISG, N. C.
lilulit inilcil South or Anhcvlllc, on the A. & S. Railrond.
New holrla, new cottauea, new furniture, IkiiiiIIIuI (troves, neat tennis u.id croquet lawns,
48 MINERAL SPRINGS.
While Sulphur, Alum, Mnunesln. Iron anil I'.paoui. Those seekiuu heulth nnd plrn.iirc anil
srleel stH-lely will not full to vlail this plcaaunt icsorl und drink or lu healing waters.
npr 8 dtf
AliclllCt N. C.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Wm HNIMIHISI SSS1U ksSfSJ M !! IHIJI HI fit SS Ml
Door, Saali. Blind, Mouldlnn, Stalrwork, Hantcla, Bank
and Bar Fixture, and all kinds or Building; Materials
Hard Wood Lumber Work a Specialty.
ntiv 14 di j Telephone)
Dealer lu Wall Paper, Window Shade and Patent Hangcra,
Paints, I His and Varnishes, Maaury't Ml led Taints and Colors. Window Ulass, boU
Wr keep In stork St. Loulsand Kentucky Lead.
May Come and go, but we are
DID YOU HEAR
We have Straw Hats 1 cent to 00 cents each,
other house-see them. Nine and Ten Wintrier hlrtlu by the case. Prints, GiaKha.na,
tc, Ac, st any pries yoa would ask then, (some all Silk Dress Goods IS cents .wr yard,
Wnnld asy more bnt this will convince you.
Asheville Dry Goods Co.,
J. O. HOWBLL, siaaacr.
At old stand, lit doer below Psanlmaa a Co.'s Hardware tor.
e. Ir hundred.
ticket.. Tickets now on sulc at the oflice uf the
& Coal Company.
No. 30 Patlou Avenue.
UavltiK I'raliirc will nt-elvc siecii.l attention.
ft.r four months or Ioniser, interest at the i-'.i.
WALK l'KOM TUB
Phhm the door every to
M inu ten.
Near PasaciiKcr Depot.
Here to Sell Uood and arc
WHAT WE SAID?
Splendid line of Shoes cheaper than any