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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: TIIUHSDAY EVENING, JULY 10, 1800.
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THE PAIIV CITIZEN.
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In In the Intercut ul pulilic intt'Krity, himcrU
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TiirkSDAY, in.v iti,iyi.
THH UA1I.V citizi.n
1m on nnte nt the following pluees In AmIicvUIc:
LI I l.r,. V IV. If.
IIATTKKY I'AKK NliWS STAN1.
lll.liN KtiCK M.WS STAMt.
Mtil'lih CU'.AK S l oKli, 1-iuion Ave.
J. C ARSON'S MiV6 STOKlv, Nurlli Court
PERTINENT AND PERSONAL
Kcw About Axlievllllaiiw mid of
MtrauiterM Wltliln our Ual.
S. . llovileu is at l lie 1'ilcit Rock Irom
J. K. Ncwtimi is ill tin.' I'ir.iiiil Central
V. II. llniisinan ol'llloriila is it l lie
Mrs. Joe 1'crson, ol' Killrvll, X. C, is
ul tin- ('kit Kock.
Tlicrc were 1 1 1 arrivals at llic princi
pal hotels yesterday.
Miss I'liyllis I. anchorite of Kicliinoiul,
Va., is al llic Hatu-rv I'ark.
A. J. I'alim-r, jr., anil llruce II. Junes ol
lltill'alo, X. V., arc at the Oatul Cenlnil.
A. II. Andrews anil V. II. Pnyre rcpi c
scut Atlanta at the Mattery I'ark.
A.J. Iieenirainl MissS. Iicctiirol l.onisi
ana are quests of the llalterv I'ark.
('.Co. M. Adams ol' Kentucky is anion);
yesterday's arrivals at the llaltcry I'ark.
I. I.OIIU ol'l'.rcciislioro and S. IM'.rillilli
ol Kernersville. X. C. arc at the .van-
Mrs. C. Ooi.dyeai, Mrs. V. I'.ooilycar
and .Nelson I '.uodycar, ol Xew Vork, an
at the I'.lcn Kock.
Mrs. I'. It. I'ittnian uI'Mohileaml Miss
l:. M. Malt hews ol' Montgomery. Ala .
arc at the Swannonoa.
Mr. Henry Ilartluickc has atiirned to
the eiiy willi his liride. Their home lot
the present is at II. C. Hum's.
The following arc the recent addition
to the telephone exchange A. 1. Cooicr.
.No. li, . II. Wesiall, oliicc, No. II.
John I'inkeito;', ol' Fair View, this
county, died at his home ycslcrday. IK
was 111 years old and died suddenly.
Kcv. ir. I.. I". Kciil, editor of the Kal
einh Christian Advocate, passed through
the city yesterday en route to llrevard.
Mrs V. C Adams and the Misses Ad
mits ol Kiclimoml, Va., w ho Mn'iit several
weeks hire last summer are at the Swan
nauoa. Mrs. I'.li Miistiu, ol Augusta, '. .-1 . . is
icndiuu the suuiiiu r in the city w Si It her
lather Mr. J. I'. KoUrlsoii, .No. 11 Ilia
Twelve K.-ople were tinned away from
one IxiarditiK house yesterday Invausi
Ihe liunae as already full. That is the
way Ashevillc is Idling up.
Kcv. 0, C. Kankin has youe to the
Siiithcrn part ol Louisiana and will Ik
aliscut for M-vcral days. His pulpit will
lie filled liy a delegate from I lie tlistriet
Kcv. Ja, Wilson, editor of the States
villc Christian Advocate, has liecn Ss.-ml-iiiK
a few days in the city and left this
niortiiiux to attend the district confer
ence at llrevard.
The Young Men's tncetiiu; at the V. M.
C. A. to-nijjit will lie a iersoiial purity
inectiiiK. Mr. J. W. Ilutehinson will
lead. "A Pure Heart in a I'urc Hody"
Kpli. v: Matt, v: ST-1'n isthc suli
icel, Vottii); men are invited.
Wc McU Mo Hympathy.
The New Vork World of Wednesday
prints an article on thcsulijcct of the heat
of the past few days in which it says that
the tcmjK-r.-itiirc of all places south of the
jjrent lakes ranged from '.it to Inn de
grees. With regard to Ashevillc there is
not n word of truth in the statement.
Here we have Ikcii doing very nicelv,
thank you, with a Uuiierature at llal
tcry I'ark at no lime higher than "S ile
Itvalli ofa ItlNllnuulnlicd lidy.
Mrs. S. li. Iliichanan, sistcrof Mrs. J. II
lliiclninnn, of this city, died at her home
nt JcOerscinvillc, Ind., on Sunday last
The deceased was seventy yeam of age, n
woman of rare educational nltaiiimenls
and welcomed in the society of the inosi
distinguished H'oplc of the South,
Another Hiindnottie ItwcllltiK.
T. I'.. IUivii lino commenced work on
Mrs. I'. I.. Mitchell's house in West Ashe
villc. It will lie a three story house, eon
taining twenty-five lied rooms. The first
two stories will Ik of stone and the Inst
one of wood. The cost will lie $.'IU,000.
rf'llavc you noticed what an Interest
is already being taken in the greHt l.ough
ran auction. The reason is icrfcctly ole
vioiis. l lie lots arc in n eiiiirmnig silun
lion, lying n Ihey do directly in front of
the recent Inninn piircnnsc, anil trom the
southern extrciuity will Ix-gin the houle
vnrrl to lliltinore. That will lie the rout
ing drive, mid proerty near it will al
ways comma nil a good tigure, mi v n
lot nt the Louglirun auction sale nncf gel
In on the ground lloornnd then when all
these improvements begin to be made you
can settle back and enjoy n hearty laugh
ut the expense of those parties who
wnnted to buy but lacked the nerve. And
the hearty hiiigh will not be nil you will
get out of it. The lots will have ad
vanced In price so that If you wish to
sell you can do It for a handsome figure.
Don't forget the date.
Wednesday, uly 10.
SECY TOMLINSON TALKS
OF SENATOR VANCE.
THE SUB-TREASURY BILL WILL
Home Keasons Whv Members) of
the Alllmiee Think It Hhoulct
he I'HMHi-d An lutereNtliiK
The news published in Till! Citizhn ol
Wednesday to the clleet that the Pro.
grcssivc I'ariner, the State organ of the
Farmers' Alliance, would in its next is.
sue attack Senator Vance for the stand
he has taken on the sub-trensurr bill lias
caused some little of a sensation. Secre
tary Tomliitson, of the Iluneoml)C county
alliance and one of the leaders of the or
der in Western North Carolina, thinks it
will injure the senator's chances for a re
"If his election depended on n vote ol
the people he would not make il again,'
lie said, "and I think the alliance will re
ciiire of the candidates for the legislature
a promise to vote lor a man as senator
who favors the sub-treasury lull or its
cipiivalcnt before supporting them. This
would amount to a big votein thisStatc
There are L'sJ.nnii voters in the State
about luii, mm of which are alliance
When asked if his opinion was that of
a majority of the niein Ik-is of thiscoitnty
lie said it was.
"We are going to take a prominent p.trt
in the pidities of the State from now on."
he said. "We are numerically important
enough and we should make the laws.
HI the sub-treasury bill he spoke
shortK ami gave the alliance side of the
Hoiy, He is strongly in favor of the
bill. "As a whole." he said, "I think it
in excellent thing for the fanners. It
will not, of course, do the same amount
of good here as ill other localities, be
cause the country is not very thickly
settled, and there arc not so ninny farm.
ers here having an over supply of pr
duels that thev cannot consume. Il will
he a national help, and that is what the
alliance is fighting for. There are scv
eral ways in which the sub-treasury
plan w ill Uuclit the farmers. In the first
place il will prevent a crisis, and will not
allow a wealthy man in some city to get
a corner on produce. The farmer can
gel out Ml tier cent, of the value of his
produce by paying all interest of 1 K-r
cent. jH-r annum, ami thus will not In
duced to sill his still) at n cheap price in
order to gel moitcv t" live on. This will
keep the rich men from running up the
prices after buying, and selling to the
poor man al starvation ligures. The
sub-treasury plan will also reduce the
sin plus in the treasury and get the
money into circulation ainorg the eo
"In nuot)u.r way il will Ik- a lienelit
ll will lie agreat encouragement to the
farmers to know that they can get
pari of their money as soon as the crops
arc raised, and that liter can redeem the
produce as soon as prices will justify sell
Another argument used by Mr. Tom
liuson is this: "I am n firm prohibition.
ist," he said, "ami am in favor of the
farmer having his rights as well ns the
whiskey manufacturers. The latter can
store their whiskey in government wine
houses and get n part of its value lor the
term of three years. I think tl.e farmers
are entitled to this right also, and they
only ask for one year's lime. After that
the government can sell the proicrty, if
it is not redeemed, while with the whis
key they have to wait three years.
The Mayor's) Court.
Mary Crawford and Sallie Slieltou.col
orcd, engaged in . fight on West College
street yestenlay, ami the latter it
curcil in the Mayor's court this morn
ing with n badly disfigured face. The
evidence showed that Sallie had hit
Mary on the back with a rock, which
caused the latter to retaliate with a like-
weapon and she proceeded to Hiund her
adversary's countenance out of shaic
Thev were lined $.i each.
To I'rotect Athletes).
While one tniKve crformer was hold
ing another with his teeth fastened into
a belt at San Antonio his molars gave
way at the roots and his companion fell
a distance ol twenty-live feet to the floor
and was badly injured. Hereafter conn
cils will not is-rniit such exhibitions un
less the roots of the trnis-nist's teeth pro
trade through the back of his neck and
arc securely clinched, Xorrislown Her
Kev. Mr. llryan Improving.
A letter received from Kcv. W. 8. I
llryan, pastor of the First Presbyterian
church who with Ins wife has been sikmiiI
ing hi summer vacation nt Cobbs Island
stales that yesterday they sailed lor
Providence, K. I., w here they will sjwnd
the next two or three week. Mr. llryan
writes that he is greatly improved in
Fifteen Tenement Mouses
P. C. Mclntirc anil K. K. Hill have pur-
chased from J. I-'. Graves fourteen and
one-fourth acres of land on the Pearson
drive, near the eily limits, for $.1,."(0.
They will at once begin the erection of
fifteen small tenement houses, which they
propose to have completed within forty
HT Have vou made tin vour mind to
buy a lot nt the great l.ouglinin auction?
If you have not it is time that you did,
These lots nrr going to be the most val
uable ever nlfcred lor sale In Ashevillc
and vou cannot allord to let this chance
slip by you, Stop one moment and think
of their situation. Don't you know that
they nre in one of the most desirable
parts of the city nnd that when the hotel
goes up directly in front of them that
they will be among the finest? If you
don't it is high time you renlixetl It for it
is so, nnd before six months has passed
by you will be forced to admit it. Don't
let It be said that you let this opportu
nity pass by you,
THEY ELECT OFFICERS.
The U. A. K. Post Now Fully Or
Itaulud, The 0. A. K. Post which was organized
here some time since was mustered by
M. C. Williums, of the First Tennessee
cavalry at the court house yesterday
afternoon. The name of the post was
changed from "Allen White" to "Murion
Kolicrts," because the constitution docs
not allow the name of a living man to be
used. Marion Kolicrts was the Surgeon
of the Second North Carolina regiment
and has been deud for several years. The
following officers were elected :
Commander J, A, Wugncr, captain
Fourth Tennessee Infantry,
Senior Vice Commander G. F. Scott,
second lieutenant Filth Massachusetts
Junior Vice Commander I.. W. Hall,
Third North Carolina Mounted In
fantry. Officer of the Dny W. S. Kolicrts, Sec
ond North Carolina Regiment.
Surgeon Dr. John U, Weaver, Second
North Carolina Kcgiment.
Chaplain Geo. M. Koberts, Second
North Carolina Kcgiment.
(Jimrtermastcr A. C. Muuday, Sec
ond North Carolina Regiment.
Officer of the Guard D. A. McMalmn.
Adjutant W. II. Denver, Second North
Sergeant Major Otto Ilildcbraml,
ijuarti rmasti r Sei geant W. J. Worlcy,
Third North Carolina Kcgiment,
The meetings will be held the fourth
Saturday of every month. There are
now seventy-three members) enrolled.
A COMING BOULEVARD.
WeHt AHhevllle lo Have a Charm.
At the last meeting of the board of
commissioners of West Ashevillc a com
mittee composed of Mnvor I leaver, Col.
Jarrett, and Mr. C. II. Sotithwick were
appointed to build n boulevard through
the town. The committee, after going
over the ground have decided to rccoin
mend the following:
To widen, straighten and otherwise
improve the grade of the present rond
Ugiuuipg at or near the Havwootl
street building making it forty feet
wide to the top of the hill at Mr.
Southwick's house and from that point
to make it Inn lect wide. From the turn
iH-yoml Mr. Southwick's lo extend the
drive inn feel wide two miles through
West Ashevillc and lieyond thecity limits.
If carried out according to this lilx-rnl
and generous recommendation this will
certainly prove a most dclightltil diivr.
lealh Kate Increaxliig.
Ni;w Yokk, nly . A marked increase
in the number of deaths in this city has
liecn produced bv the excessive heat of
past two days. During the twenty-four
liourscndiug at nonuyestcrday there were
reported ill." deaths. During the same
H-riod ending nt noon to-day the number
had increased to l!lll. Amomg these
were no deaths from sunstroke but there
vas a h rgely increased ntttnlK-rol deaths
from diarrhu'iil diseases nnd of children
under five vears old.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Kindergarten Association will be held in
the lecture room of the V. M. C. A. to
morrow I Friday I at a o'clock p, in. All
members nnd friends of the cause nre
cordially invited to attend.
Heudernoiivllle New Noles),
Hkmii:ksinvii.i.k, N. C, Julv tl.
Fditor Citizen : A prisoner, whose
name was given inc ns Freeman, white
was taken in charge by town marshal
lackson tins morning when the train Irom
Ashevillc arrived, mid conveyed to the
county jail. He was arrested in Cherokee
county nnd was charged with stealing
cattle trom citizens m Hear allow sec.
tion of this county.
Kcv. G. S. Jones sold nil Saturday the
large lot near the depot fronting the rail
roatl on the west side to Major Me lice of
vour citv. The price was $ f.non.
Water nines lire lieing conducted into
toe stores anil private residences.
line nunilreil Lonlcilernte pensioners
imes from this county were sent no tu
Raleigh by the commissioners on Mon
We arc certainly to hnve a new depot.
Part of the material is on hand. Surveys
were ntaoc yestcrnny.
Hir town is lull ol summer residents.
and furnished houses nnd rooms are in
great demand. The grounds of Judson
couege arc auve witii emiiircn.
1 Here is much interest among our tench
ers in regard to the coming meeting of
teachers nt Way ncivillc on uly 111,
AsiiHvti.i.K, N. C, July 7, IS'.Ml.
The chairmen of the Democratic lixecu
live Committees of the different town'
ships in lltineomlic county nre resieet'
limy reiiursted to cull n townsliipconvcn
tion for Saturday the llflh day of lulv.
1 Mill i, lor the purpose ol sending delegates
to the county convention which is hereby
called to be held at Ashevillc on Satur
day the Ulth inst.. to select delegates for
the county to represent the Democrats of
the same at the itidicinl convention nt
llrvson City on the 2th inst. For the
committee. C. M. Mcl.orn, Ch'm'n.
In pursuance of a call for n county con'
vention made through the chairman of
the democratic committee or the county
for the purpose ol selecting clelcgntcs to
represent this county in the judicial con
vention to l Item at Charleston on the
24th inst, nnd at Knlcigh on the 20th of
August prox., a convention ol the Ashe
villc township is hereby called to meet nt
the court house on Saturday the 12th
inst. nt 12 o'clock m., to which nil the
democrats of the townshin are reoiiestcd
and urged to attend to select delegates
lo represent tins township in snid con
vention, which is to meet ut Ashevillc on
the lllth dny of the present month.
liy the committee,
Tikis. A. Jonhs, Chairman.
July 0, 1H00.
NTThe Hickory Military Opera Hnnd
will furnish music at the Great Lotighrnn
Lot Snle nnd will kive I heir grand mine
drill. This is acknowledged to be the fin
est bnnd in the South,
UT V. II. Mclntirc has lust returned
from Tennessee with a ear lond of fine
steers. There nre thirty-two til them,
nd they will Ik killed and sold at the
market of P. C. Melntire & Co., 18
North Court Square.
Plm Rnwwonit I'lsnn for sale chMD at
30 WondHn stmt, AshcvllM, N. C.
Set your dining table tastefully and
handsomely. It conveys a strong im
pression of' refinement and elegance, liv
ery requisite for this, in china, glass, sil
ver, cutlery, etc., as wen as u large nno
choice stock of ornamental goods, al 57,
5!) and Gl S. Main street, Ashevillc.
J, II. Law.
hay Buv a cony of to-day's Wkhki.y
Citizhn containing the report of the
Pearson fourth of July cclcliration anil
other items of interest. In wrnpiiers
rcaoy iu until live eeius ier coy. ?cmi
one to a friend interested in Ashevillc
Ah Happy as) Lords).
I.iudsev & Drown have moved to their
new studio on South Court Place ami
invite their friends and the public to cull
on them. Entrance from the iron stairs
A Dad Kallroad Wreck
occurred several days ago on one ol our
most important trunk hues. NolHiily
hurt but till the baggage except the
Koller-Trny Trunks was smashed up.
Iluy one. Sold by dealers. Made bv II.
W. Koundtrce & Bros., Richmond, Va.
A New Koud to IIIIhh.
If you arc wise and. wish to become
healthy and wealthy also, vou will use
Roller King or Fleet ric l.iglit Hour: ls?-
causc the Ashevillc Milling Company's
Hour is not only theliesl but thechcanest.
New AdvcrtlHcmciit To-Day.
Cows por SAI.K TnlikccoKtcc I'aritl.
TlIK MollKL ClO STONH TnlilU'l-ntt.
Ms. M. I.. I-'ITC, M. II IsiK-ciitli.t.
THANS.CONTINKNTAI. K.M'TK l. C. Ilrillly.
gllKS rilK SA1.U.
Several tirjlile Jersey cows. Apply nt
VIA CHIC Alio. MU.U Al'Klii; Al HT. I'Atl.
AND NOKTIIKRN I'ACll'IC K. K'A.
ThroiiKli I'ulltnnn Sleeping Car leaves Chl
cnu daily nt .Vao p. m.
Tor St. I'nul unit Minneapolis.
" l-ni'h'u, North llnkotn.
" llrlinn mttl Itntte, Montana.
" The Vtllowstnnr Park.
" Spokane I'hIIh unil Tneoiiin.
" I'ortlnuil, Itvuon
llrst Kmilt to Scuttle nml nil North I'm llic
The secim- line to Cntilornin. vin I'orlluml
anil the Shnstu Route.
Ticket tin sale everywhere.
For information npply to nny Auent. or
mliirt-N A. V. II. C.ni-kti;h. Ilctti'tnl Piim.
sender Ata-nt. Chiciiiio. III., or II. C. IImai.i,
Southern I'ussctiner AkciiI. l,ouis illv, Ky.
MRS. m7 F. FiTGHrMTorr
SPKCIALI S T.
ACCOUCHEUR AND GYNAECOLOGIST.
NO. . SPKIVK ST.. ASHKVIU.Ii. N. C.
K- M Non-rcMiletil mtii-nirtftiriiltul willi
firt iliiMi rtHitim, hoard find irntiKuinul
The Wtultl Fainoim, uni'tiunlrtl, mu xci'lli-.I,
ilu rat ilc nnil ImtiiiiI iinl
finch i:m piano
An vrli'hrnU-d the world uvcr annniix Iht
ht'Kt nrii-tt ftir tlu-tr purity, ttiHiu ami
ivuiiitf if lom. nady n-HMiiiM. and ihtiWi
niiihanitnl urratiKi'ituut ul' iiuh art. Any
iiiMlrunivnl cxt-cit the tvnt ri-ili-ar ninny
pritY. Conic ami fxatnini nut immIh tH-fitre
liuyinu, nt Nn. it" PalUm avi-nut-. Tuning
untl npairiiiL u HiK-t-iuHv.
G. M. WILLIAMS & CO.
Any piTiinn wUhitii; tn liny n liurHr and
I'di-riatfe vluim will lu will to en II n Ihe iiii-
ileriKned. 1 lie lirie i very Kiille mid in-
valunhle fur a linly. Alu a nae vw KHiiiK
mm mYt tu K'''IU',H 1MT ii'iv.
K A. AHHRKlit
jnlyUil.lt lUardt n Avtnnr.
PoK SAL II.
Fine pnir Nfirintm tJilllinH, wetl Itrokrn,
will work liuih nitiKlt' m dmilile, fmir and
five vcnrH old. imn uray. Can In- mm nt
ofiiurv n ntaiHv.
I will rent for the minnitr mv fiiniihid
iKiune. 1J7 .laywond Nlnvt. iilaMi. laiue
Krm-c, kihmI itnrtlrn. fruit tntn. Will make
very low prieeM to tun-ill tminlv.
(il.u. S. fuWia.Li
J()KSU TO LliT.
Huddle or harm,
the dnv. Apply tu
VM AKTIII K.
Hilttnure, N. C.
NOTICE TO CUSTOMERS.
We the unoi-rnlunril proprletiirs of the
Aahrvitlc hnrlK-r hoi utter July 1.1 will
ehnrue IS ernl" for .linn. r two for aft
ernts; linlr eut, 2: mil., .liuniKioinu. M
ecnt.i dviiiiK niustnelK', M etut.. These
priees will lie strletly uillurril to.
W. II. Mantin,
K. I I't.ol'KMOV,
I .J. I'KAKUIMOTIIN,
A. I., lit HSU,
W. A. I'OHTKS,
lilill. V. IlkOWK.
CHEAP RATES TO ALL POINTS.
Mnllrosil tlvkits liuuKlit, wihl nnd es-
ehnntcctl. All triiintnitloiiH Munrnnteetl.
C. f. HAY,
Tleket llroker, iiiolte Mwunnnmia Hotel.
Thoroiiuh liiHlriiethin In In.trinitrntnl nml
YiKUl intl.le mvtn liy Mian Wlllllmk. Sill
inn .trrrt, Aaltcvllle, N. C.
MU. Mury C. Heynol.U, of St. AuuiKtlni,
I'lorlilii. I. remlv to rtfrivf nuiUla In HotNnv
at hrr roouia, nil itnlley slrvvl. Test books
lor anlr nr rent.
June and I m.
. The Secret of Health
thr pnwrr tn .-nt, iUMtsnil axlmllsl S
roM.r qiiitnlliy ,.f whulcMim fo.Nl. Thli
run iii-rr In- llir run while lniniirlUMflal
In I ha .yali-ui, Thr hlnml mual Imj ptllillmi
It la th vltul nrliM-liila, rmmlfylna through
vrry Mrl "film tM.ily. llr.Tutt'a I'lllaripVl
all ImuurlllMaml vltallM th. whols sy.Uus
A Noted Divine layit
! haiWS. hasaaa ...lfl Its. V.itt'as I UH tllta
th pmt thrf nintlu for dyM-Mlii wfc
pimiuwn mihi nvrvnininma i nrvrr ratd rnijy.
thlits; t d mi m imieh gno4 I mMtiininl
thrni mm tin ImhiI filll In xl-trnro. ami d all
M ran BHlllalnt nM tar It n KaaV niaplLa
Tutt's Liver Pills,
Pries, 25c Offlaa, 19 ft 41 Pint Plsos, N. T.
TYLER DEtKS-200 New Style.
TTUI lnVll.TVPtllTn niininl a
iLIt, CHAIRS, BOOK OASIS, ,at RnlaMl UUt
snS Ipaalal OlMmata, OaUlm for 1SW an nasi.
ISOaatM, Ula.trata. look r., fnUr. 10
TYLER BANK COUNTERS.
HanaaS.. k Mrla, aWr aaS PHra. ISaMrawi N fWan
S aartM. wav. Art! lisaaaM. Saafe Frm Pmm. I. adm.
XTLKB SUE CO., It. LOOli, MO., 01. A.
BALLARD, RICH & BOYCE,
Stovct and Tinware.
PLUMBING, GAS ANO STEAM FITTING, SLATE
AND TIN ROOFING.
PAINTS and OII.H.
THE PASTEUR FILTER,
IN AM. SIIvS I'llK I'AMII.V
AXIi IIOTI'.I. I'Sli.
;uHi aiileccl lo be Uerm Proof.
AM. KI.II8 Klil'T IN STOCK.
LIME! LIME! LIME!
A CAR LOAD OF
FRESH - I, I M E
j ist ri:ci:ivi-:i.
In Bulk or
Ufllvc No, jo FhIIuii Avenue.
Tlil.lil'II.IMt NO. 411.
Wurehouac nt IktHil. I'. tl. Hon olll.
C. E. MOODY.
WILL BE OPEN FOR THE SEASON OF
1890 ON JUNE IST.
Aci-uiittiHM!tlunn fhc very livHt thinmuun
tnfn ruitntry mn afford. Terns rcAJMiniililr
an M)hIiIc lo inn lie them, ttilllnnl, hhA.
lMw(inK nlley, lintl riHintt musie, rtc.
F. A. MILES, 31. D.,
(lolil, Wlvrr, I ory, Osk, flllt anil Cntnlil.
niillun Mtitihllns-s. Alao Kiram Mouldings.
rieturrs Mitttrtl, Xlounleil anrl Framed at
lowest priers anil work msrntrel. Knirrur
inxa, raintlnira anil l.oeal Views always nn
aa S. main 8t.. Aahcv llic.
npr I d
Has Juat reerlTrd a farm assortment of thr
finest quality of plus; eut smoklna toliaecos
alaoTnrklah prrlque mhlurcithr very best
fine eut chcwtnii toliseeu, nnd a Irrah lot of
Vour ehnle of ratan slleks ild and 30
NUMMICR ART HCHOOL.
July nnd Auguat In.lruellon In drnwlna
an. I pnlntlnu from naiurr ami life. Hiuilln at
Aalicvllle Collrire. I'or Information Mttttlv
fhrrv between 4 and A n. m.. or arnd for
MHH. IU.IZAIIUTM OAKHV VANIIItNIIOflP
Jnncaailtm in New Vork C'lly.
Will torn Al
32 II alley Street
llaih momlns eseeptlnR Wednesday and
Mtunlay lo nerlvt rlano pupils or to make
arrangements lor Iraaons. artnl attention
Slvcn to enacmlik playlnaj, partleulsrly for
those who wlah to Improve In reading muale.
Terms, 1 0.00, Sill, IK) or Sail.tM) a quarter.
according to length of lewin, or whether In
a clssa. Payable la middle of quarter.
No. ilil Ikrardm nvenus Air nut uiifur.
olahed. App'y to
a. ... MSTA.IAM,
J11lyMd.il Ift.-I I'atton Ave.
Plve hlindml toads lrinlce fat rock, aulln.
nw ior ouiiuina pnrpoacs. atiH to
Ramoth, N. C.
poR RBNT JULY IHT.
Photo gallery over Law's store. Itaye's
Patent skylight i parlors snd printing de
partment) commodious and esay of scene.
A poly to BktARURN, RANKIN CO.,
jupcmju oo aouta asaia strsst.
ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1890.
TERMS STRICTLY CASH WITH ORDER
In ntinntitlea not Iraa than otic Ion at fnetnry 4e. per hundred.
In nuiiiitillra not Iraa than one hull Ion ut luelory 40c. '
HUM iHiumla, llll tieketa, III ptiumla eseh BB.OO
Tim " UN an ;
Tfto " ia " no " 5i,
looo in ' ttM " " n.oo
No lee will lie delivered without enah or tlrkrts. Tlrkcts now on sale at the olllw of the
AhIicv.IIc Ice & Coal Company.
Telephone No. 36 and 40. No. 30 Patton Avenue.
JELLICO COAL AT RETAIL.
For Urate. M.oo.tl For Htovca, S4So
BEST ANTIIKACITE COAL
For sale at Wholesale and Kctall by
ASHEVILLE ICE AND COAL COMPANY.
Telephone 36 and 40a
liielttalve Agents ilionicalle and Htennil lor Western North Carolina.
LHWI8 MADDUX, Fits I. P. Mel.DI'D, Vlvc-Prcs, . B. RANKIN, C.Ahl.r.
UisscTiissi-Uwia Maddux, M.J. Ileanlcn, M.J. Fagg, J. B. Rankin, J. B. Ray, J. B. Rceit
8. H. Kced, IWo. M. I'uwell. C. M. Mel.oud.
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, -
Organlwd May Ist, 1H88.
CAPITAL. S50,00(). SURPLUS,S15,(X)0
State. County and City Depository.
Docs a General llunklnu Bttalncas. larposlta reerlved. Bscbange bought and sold. Col.
lections made on all neeeaaiblc points. Thr Having Frnture will receive aiiedal attention.
On all sums In this department, drpualtcd fur fuur months or longer. Interest at the rule
of 4 per cent. icr annum will be paid.
Htwcial attention given to luana on real estate, which will be placed for long time oa rtsl
Open from 0 s. m. to 3 p. m. On Saturdays the Raving Department will hrotrnttll A p.m.
ONIt OF TUB
In tlu South.
Mcrvlec nnd tnltlc Flrat
II. J. GREEN WELL Proprietor.
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
217 Haywood Street.
All WATER THOROUGHLY FILTERED on the Premise.
Twrnfy-fivc yenn nf prnetleat csnrrience, comldneil with ikrmnal t ten tion to tttl dr
Inils of Ihr tiuninemi and perfect rrnniemetit for clrani.inku and rt'niTT of all ajoftda
mnnulneturrd. ranlilc thr proprietor to preneot to hin numerous patron a surrior claw of
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphon.
l.iiigrr Ale and all the yarious flavors of HilliA WATHK rraily lor ahlpmrnt and drltvcicd
free In City linilta. out of town orders muat hnve saaiMisaiHi.s relrrencc.
C. H. CAMPBKLL.
ONLY EIGHT MILES FROM ASHEVILLE ON THE A. & S. RAILROAD.
---A HOME IN-
A lovely building lot ftnt mil feet in ahndv grove bv
thr flnrat minernl aiinnga in the 8ulh nt it o sum.
A ipilet plner, hiish, dry, line views and gmxl waeiety.
Finer well Innl oil with wide atrrrta ill main avenues
HM feet wide. Tw ktohI new hotcla, ilcHt, dally
nuilla, etc. Kkylnnd Mpringa ia a new and popular re
sort nnd iMoind tu grow. Iluy uuw fur a vottngc or
aa an Invralmcnl.
Triona krnvr Aahevlllcnt U.IOa. m. and return al 7
p. in. ernta.
OTIS A. MILLElt,
frbi i dnm Skyland P. O., N. C.
SKYLAND MINERAL, SPRINGS, N. C.
KiKht Mllc Houth of AHhcvlllc, on the A. A 8. Railroad.
New hot. la, new enttagrs, new furniture, beautiful groves, neat tennis and cru.urt lawns,
48 MINERAL SPRINGS.
While Rulphur, Alum, Mngnraia, Iron nnd limnm. Thiaie seeking health and pleaanrc anil
arleel wHicty will ant full lo visit this pleasant resort and drink of lu healing waters.
Anhcvllle, N. C.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Maaulaclurcrs and Dealers la alt klads of Irnaai
Door, Nah, nilnda, iMouldlnK, Stalrwork, Mantela, Bank
and liar Fixtures, and all klnda of Building; Material.
Hard Wood Lumber Work a Specialty.
nor 14 dly
Dealer. In Wall Paper, Window fhadeand Patent Hanger,
Paints, Oil. and Varnishes, Maaury's Mlscd Paints and Colors. Window Ubus, bnlk
French and Amrrleaa
W keep In atoek Ml. Louis and Kentucky
May Come and go, but we are
DID YOU HEAR
We have Rtraw Hats I cent to 00 cents
athcr house-see them. Nine and Tea fjuartee ahlrtlug by the case. Prints, Olnghams,
e Ac., at any price yos would ask them. Rome all Bilk Dress Otiods IS cents per yard.
Would say mors but this will convince yos.
Aslievllle Dry Goods Co.,
J. 0. HOW DLL, Manager.
At old stand, 1st door below I'tssimss a Co.'s Hardware Itort.
FIVB MINI TItB
WALK FROM THB
'aa Ihv door every If.
E. A. LcVENE,
Near PaMcnsrer Depot.
Here to Sell Uooda and arc
WHAT WE SAID?
eseh. Splendid line of Mhoes chtnpcr than any
si "'! ).' "t