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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 20, 1800.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
J. D. CAMERON, Editor.
H. D. CHILD, Business Manager.
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SATni DAY" M A K C 1 i '2J 1 Htio.
THIS D4II V CITIZEN
Is on nle nt the following placet In Attheville
HATTIiKV PKK RW8 STAND.
MODKL CliVAK STOKK. Patton Ave,
J. CAK0. S .NUVVs &TOKIi( North Court ,
PERTI.lir AND HtCKMONAL.
BOUND AND ROBBED.
BVRGI.ARA1 noi.n WORK
THI K8UAY NIGHT,
Mews About Anhet lillann and 01
Mranitera within oar Galea.
G. R. Blnckwcll, of Durham, was in tin
city this morning.
S. Vollmnn, is registered at the Swan
nnnon from New York.
H. D. Mix and wile, of New York City,
are at the Hattcrv F'urk.
R. A. McD.ivid, of Buffalo, N. Y.,is re;
itteretl at the Grand Centrr.l.
Julius WaUlemnn is registered at tin
Grand Central from St. Louis.
Mrs. Colin and Mr. S. Colin, of New
York, are nt the Grand Central.
M. A. Jones anil F. E. Heath, of New
York City, arc at the Battery Park,
Rend advertisements Atkinson & Son
saleol lotsntnik'tion.Tliuisdur.April 10
S II. r.e.m and V. M. Burns, o
They I'.nter a House on Valley
Mlreet, Chloroform an Inmate
and Steal io From the Bureau
Drawer Xo Clew.
Burglar enteral the home of William
Terrell, a mulatto living on Valley street,
on Thursday night, bound and chloro
formed Mrs. Terrell and stole twenty
Hollars irom a bureau drawer and cs
eapcci. a reward lias Decn ottereu tor
their capture, but as yet there is no
Tern II makes his living playing for
lances and on Thuiaday night he left to
piny at the Glen Rock. The door wa
lelt open for him and his wife wnf
Iceping on the sofa. At about 10
'lock she heard a step on the stair and
i minute later n man entered, Suppo
nt! it was lur litislinud she rose to greet
lim and said :
"Is that you Will?
"No, it is not Will," gruflly replied the
trunger. He stepiird in the door and
,vus tollowcd by another.
The two advanced to her, one holding
i kuiie, the other a revolver in his hund
.ind warned her not to make nu outcry
"We have couie for that money you
lave here," said one of the men
"There is no money iu the house," re
,ilicd the woman
A minute later she was grabbed and
handkerchief saturated with cliloro
orm was placed over her nose uud slit
oon became insensible.
hen sue awoke it was six o clock in
he morning and she was King bourn
laud ami loot in front of the rircplaci
mil at her side wus u lamp still burn
ing. Although weak Irom tright and tx
i.iusticm she managed to take the cliim
icy otT, and held her hands over tin
.l.une until the cords were separated. Shi
:hen untied the knot nt her lietaud man
igcd to again reach the sofa.
Her husband did not return until
'clock, lie had pin veil until late anil
GOIMHP OK THE DAY. poor fellow drank too much water, and
as a result his bones will soon bleach on
If you go into the excellent gymnasium Tlieri. . ' , nroi,nhi1itv th.t ... .hnn
of the Y. M. C, A. in this city on any this summer have a daily hack line to the
nlcnsaut morninc. vou are nunc bkclv to lain. i,
find two or three men enrnrstly engaged Meteoroloxlcal Report
m taking exercise with certain of the For the 2 hours ending at 0 p. tn.,
lighter furnishings of the room. This in I March 28, 1800:
itself is a most admirable scheme, but it it. 8. Signal Skkvich Rtatiom.
t,ib. ..-..... ,,f ii,. Wlnynh Sunltorium. A.hevllle. N. C.f
- " "i " -- - - LIT. an. an H
wiiom he sees there developtnemselvrs in
n ...... nn, 1 c.w .1..:- mu..,ni
" ' .' . " . , 7 n m2p m,l. m MnT.rSlln. I l.ailv MValT
mancup, even u tneir piivsiciuc is im- : oa i iu. i 41.1 105 1 1 i.i 1 31 7H
proved. The men relerred to are very It PU Tl Vft TlTXri iiTY V:
evidently here for their health, hut thev 7"m '?! I' I Daily Mean
nw 1 za 1 oil 63 011
steauiastiy decline to allow tnemscives to AnVtLT'TIt IiVmiihtv"
forget that fuct for a moment. I (in irrnin irtcuIiU' foot ot nir.l
7 n m pn Hpm I Unilv Mrna
-OK7 I 1.1178 I l.KHH 2.80S
I.OXO. M3.sn W
itus. snsn rt
I Irrotlon. IPorocm-iik'OtolO
MY. I j n
They try the pulley weights, first with l 'TkcI T-Pr a 1TrT" 7
one urm, then with the other, and lastly
with both together. While they arc doing
it all they keep account of the number of
strokes tuken with each weight and arm,
and when they get through with a cer
tain amount of exercise on the weights
thty turn their attention to the rowing
mnchinc and to swinging a pair of light
Indian clubs or hoisting ncoupleof dumb
bells a fev times. All this would be very
,-ood if taken in the right spirit ; but
there could have been men whose work
ii:or. for nit. Jit um.)
uf poMlblc (imnunt. 35 percent.
TKMPBRATI RH-, March 21.
1 a. m 33.7. 2 p m.
KAKL VO.1 RICK. M. I).,
Marketn by Wire.
Waynesvillc, were in the city this morn- remained with n friend, but when he did
D. Cowlcs and F. H. Scott, of West
field, Mass., are quartered at the Gram
D. H. White und xon, of South Ontiice,
N. J., ure at the Glen Rock for a few
T. K. Heald, of Knoxville, was in tin
city to-day and stooied nt the Batten
M. S. Clark, who has been clerk a'
Hickory Inn, is no longer connected will
C. H. Diibtiing and J. 0. McShnne nr.
at the Battery Taik. They are Iron
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Rockefeller, o
New York City, were registered at tin
Glen Rock yesterday.
Mrs. The il. ne F. Raymond and Mist
Raymond, of Providence, R. I., are ui
the Swannaiioa for a short while.
John II. Graham and wile, of Brooklyn
retaking in the scenerv around Asht-1
ville. They are at the Battery I'urk.
D. Conway and wile and Misses nil
die and Nellie Connuy, ol Philadelphia.
have taken rooms nt the Swannaiioa.
The brokerage establishment on Pat
ton avenue is temporal ily closed on ac
count ol a failure to ngree on the prm
of the fixtures between Uoran, Wright &
Co.. and Mr, llngcm.in, the owner.
Theie will be a nuna meeting for youitj:
eturn he found his wife in u highly de
irious condition and the room literetl
.vith the contents of the drawers of tin
lurcnu and $1'0 missing. Mrs. Tcrrch
as since been confined to her bed. He
.hroat was marked where she bad beei.
;r.ililK'il by one of the burglars.
The two men wore masks; one waf
bout six feet high nud of large build
i ml the other was several indies smaller.
)ne is thought to be a white man anil
.lie other n negro.
It is thought by Tenel that the rob
cry was committed by some pcrsom
amiliar with the house and knew thai
here was monev in it. A gold wnicl.
lid some jewelry was not touched.
NOT MI CH III HI N Kit .
in t Ii ta c v rt rrvmntt at rm eiilr1 net amx I mm . nr i 11 , . "
nsaj w k,;miiote . w hm ti vusssi, s a, VI ICHUinK IU HTW lUAy !
mornings have benefited them verv little. . i.ne. Lowest, (.icing
I'hev comment at these times on the fuel J,n.T "I"
... . . IJUNC TH'H
t hut the work tatigues them more than July 7a
t did on some previous days; they find April .. n
-inmetliiiti. hi this to errftw vi-rv plonmv I x,v So
" " --- 1 l. ,
ind despondent over, and they leave the luiv si.
ymnasium sometimes in a very melon- ... ..1
.holv mood indeed, telling themselves !"!" 2 'I
.J ... , ! ..J. ..... "... J""'"" ' I"' ..
um tneir 1 irnos nun (ney musi ueios nu 1 aihhs .-okk w loo.
round, that Asheville isn't capable ol iu,.;:"': ib "? ib nS
Ining them any more good, ami that J"'"- ,0-78 -70
ilicy might ust as well go home at once May s.1714 134
ind have it ovrr with. If thev pre in a ." " - il? ? f"
,ri;...,rK. .oLmn mnnJ Ih.v nn lik.l.. SHOUT KISS V 100
- - I l u , . .
to trot off to the nearest scales to weigh June r.'.'ti, njse.
'li.ins.lvp: nnil if thrv've lost n nnunri J ' " Ju "
- ' I Kwlv Vtuw Vk 111 a.. .
i nesii iiiec liict inne muiiicu invir I u; inj.u ui luuow.:
.veiirht that settles it for them. Thev .i. . " ST? !:0?.tn- S1.0'"
immediately begin to take an interest in
mortuurv matters and takeamclancholv
ileusure in conjuring up visions ol a
hurch, a procession of mourners passing
liter a plumed vehicle and black horses,
ind all the rest of the dismal picture.
ENHter Booklet and Oiaa.
It requires no doctor's skill to tell these A complete tine of Faster nnokletsfrom-l
eonle that the manner in which thev "est publishers Easter cifts in Brent
dlv take their olmsures is not a wuv ."" m rnrecmna and hilver no-el-
I Mr An iiivaim ui I . i
hat will ever lead them out of the wil- Chiun.mvownimnortatinn i.. iv,.H
einrns unu meu luniHiijn ui tuiibsi i i L.AW,
ic.'ilth. The average man in Asheville 07, 59 und 61 S. Main St.
I . .. . i .. i. . . . . . i. . nl ... ..
i, i miin nun iu Hem. mmjtiMii rne nonnlsln Park Hotel. Hoi
MprlllKM, N. C.
Is firstrlnss in every particular, with
gam, lie moies and pines and keep'
limself in a continual state of doubt re
garding his condition that must have a
retarding effect upon bis physical im
lirovenient. The men who thorough!)
iiiderstand the science of I wing grace
retired from the midst of affairs,
ind w ho recover most quickly and trior-
MONTH OF MARCH
1l2 plrcc LHnntr Bets, new dcrnrittlons,
0-pl Tea Rets, f AS.
10-pWce Toilet Sets, S SA and I4.7A.
Brown Bramble Dinner Ware at two-thirds
price. Pnriastanee: an 1 Dinner Ret for
FINE TOILET SETS AT COST
TO CLOHB OUT,
All Silver Plated Hollow Ware at
25 Per Cent Discount.
I will dapllrat all bill of Northers :nww
for Crockery, Olas and Cutlery.
J. H. LAW,
S7t 59 A 61 ft. Main St.
AHIIHVII.l.B. N. C.
NO HUMBUG !
HATS AND GENTS'
BOVND TO BB SOLD IS THB
Next Sixty Days !
Clone Out the Retail Bnalneaa.
AU this Stock of Ooods will be sold at
-EJELLICO COAL, 5-
t AT RETAIL, i
For Grate, - - . . $5.00
For Stoves, - . . $4.50
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
For sale at Wholesale and Retail by
ASHEVILLE COAL COMPANY,
"seluslve Agrnta (Domestic and Steam) for Western North Carolina.
H. T. COLLINS. President.
Pure Ice mndft from Distilled Water. Office:
B. E.EAGAN, Secretary
"JUST ON THE THRESHOLD"
OP A BIG BOOM, STANDS THB CITY OP ASHEVILLE.
Now is the Time to Buy Real Estate.
Von may think prices an high I But they arc bound to so hlhtr, as past caperlcac has
A.hevllle 1. the best known, the most beautiful, the moat healthful and themoM pragma.
ire city in this 8tate. You cannot Invest your capital to better adeantax. than right here
in this garden spot of the mountain..
otfin" cholc ''r"lD" clt' lota "d suburban properties can be Bad by calling at nr
JENKS & JENKS,
Real - Estate - and - Insurance,
Roomw 9 A 10, McAfee Block. a8 Patton Ave., AMievllle.N. C.
LltWItl MADDl'X, Pre. L, P. McLol D. Vln-Pres! M. KANkTsTcathiee.
tnaacToasi-Lewl. Middna, M. I. Beard en, M.J. Paag, J. B. Rankin, J. B. Ray. J. B. area
8. H. K4. Oco. a. Powell. CM. SleLoud. J ' 1
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, -
Organised May 1st, IMS.
CAPITAL, S50,000. SURPLUS, 815,000
State, Couutjr and, City Depoaitorjr.
Uor. a General Banking Bu.lnraa. DepostU reed red. Bichang boaght and said. Col
lection, made on all accoaible point.. The Baring Feature will receive pedal atteatfua.
onall urns In this department, deposited lor foarmontn. or longer, laUrest at the rate
of 4 per cent, per aaann will be paid.
Special attention given to loan, oa real eatatc, which will be placed for long Meat oa mat
Opeo from a. a. to 8 p. m. On Saturday, the Baring Department will be open till p.ta
the iK'st table in the South. Pure and
.iiiun laiit water and perfect sanitary ar
1 he scenerv is beautiful, rlimnte mvi.-li
milder than Asheville. there lieinL. nu
liarsli winds anil nodust to irritate weak
Ihroats and lunus.
1 he baths in marble pools are the fin-
Slaughter PHces 1 SKYLAND SPRINGS
Only 8 Milea from Aahevllle on the A. & S. Railroad and
What Occupied the city Council
There was not a large nuioiint of im
,HHMiit iiusiuess lielore the Hoard oi
liletnien last night.
.Mr. KitliniouU 1'eurson wns present
ind ui.iile the city another otT.r wliiel
.vnsrousldcitd tcry favorably, hut mil
icceptid. It was to (jive theiity$10,Unu
or the procrty u here the old j.iil buil.l-
nig now stands, mid in addition to thai
o donate to the lity, double the ainounl
f ground on the ruiinincc on K.iejl,
tr-t, provided thev would ereet the cit
all and market house there.
Mr. Pearson said that the present city
uglily or. ut worst, hold their own with I est in the world and the thermal waters I
he greatest steadiness and tenacity ol arc nn ".nexcellcd srciIic for rheumatism.
.MiriK.se. me tl men who rnmn.ni. "V.'""l.. nervous rxuausilon ami I
. . .i r J I "eses ol skin and blood.
itruuviiix uue uiiiitwibc torei mill inev
No. io Patton Ave.
lot was too small toue-coniuindntcull I hi
rnrnnndnnu(ldrisun"Pcrsunall'uiity, 'I trnfiic which the market house would
by Mr. J. K. Mutt, college secretary, to I rentier neecssary. Action on this m.Htei
morrow at .30 p. m., at the V. M. C. A I was dilirr- d till the next incciiiuj in or-
rooms on I'ntton avenue. All youiu; I ler to allow the mcnilicrsoi the bontd to
men arc invited. Hoys under IS not ad I .'ousidcr the advisability of ucceptiiiK tin
First Baptist church L'sunl service
to-morrow ut 11 n. in. and 8 p. m., b
the pastor. Ordinance of baptism ni
7..p. p. m.
Kivcrside and North Asheville M. E
church Divine s.rvice at North Ashevill
to-morrow morning at 1. o'clock, con
ducted by the pnslor. At Kiversidi
7 5 in the evening. Mr. F. Taylor will
address the Sunday school oa the sub
ject of "Missions" ot 3.1S n. m. All an
invited to attend these services.
Central Methodist church Sundni
school nt 0 3'l n. m. 'rrnchinit nt 1 1
It was ordered thai the owners of all
public drays Le required, n lira thev Bel
their dray license Irom Tax Collrctoi
Reynolds, to gel a mitnUr and the (lute
if issue and put in a cutispicuuus place on
iioth sides ol their wnejon.
Aldermen Miller and Fitipatrirk
portea irom tue roinini'lee thai wasa
IHiintcd to nn estiva le the mutter of luy-
iiiK new water mains on Hill street
flicv recommended llint the street lie laid
with ten inch pipes for n distance of 6ih
leet. The committee was uulboiired to
contruct for the work.
Mr. R. M. I'urmau npie.ired before thr
re or ever have been on the invalid list.
These fellows ride a little, perhaps, or
hive, walk, keep tip such of their amuse-
units as are within their reach, retain
heir interest in the affairs of this mun-
lane sphere, and generally b.buve like
ituens ol the world who hnven t anv
xprctution of (luiltiiig this life till they
have to respond to the call. They don't
toss a bridge till they come to it, and
generally tins wise class don't come to
i he bridge till long niter the nervous.
ill-insiectiug crowd huve deliberately
ind carefully worried themselves over it.
The average woman who Is sirk can
liscotinta man at the game and then
lie.it him. She has more sense when it
i itncs to a question of laying up on thr
retired list und waiting before rejoining
the procession; and when it comes to a
Excellent phvsieiuns reside at the ho
Trains leave Asheville for Hot Sorincs
ui ..vi a. m., and 7 d. in.
incursion tickets, including one Hnv-
uimru at .Mountain Turk hotel, ..0.
ror rates etc., rKliess
W. G. Doomttlr.
The Averill I'aint is thelirst. flut
all others. Itenutilul and ecoiiomienl. In
general use L'5 tears. Guaranteed. Sum-
pie card tree.
r-ITZPATHICK BHOS. & RoBKgTSON,
mnrl2 cl&rt in Asheville.
One Itollar Steward.
We offer ONE DOLLAR reward to nnv
one who will show us a sack of poor
ROLLER KING or ELECTRIC LIGHT
FLOl'R from our nulls. Hnv Asheville I
.Milling Unmimnv s Hour and vou nrr
sure ol getting the HtST.
The greatest number and variety of mineral springs to be found in the Soath.
48 Springs on Less Than 40 Acre's.
..,r. ,rnn. auipnnr. rp'om, amm. ana mngnrtia. Several very
thai are naed In curing m llit'-tlon. Ilrer and kl.lnev trouble, chronic ilyi
k-p.la and chronic tick heailnrhr. liar .Tine recently dereloiied I. the
nominal prt a to adv. rtl..- the place and the mlucial water. Hoard can be had at
920 to $30 Per Mon in, or $1 Per Day.
"era. testimonial., ete . enn be had by writing to the owner: or better yet. anyone
nt. rest d la Imtlcd to come and try the water. Oieat improvement, will be made neat
eatery, chronic d-
.-.wii .oaic water
Dlltl flivn Sun mis snonniiTinu k
nil uinn I una niiiT,aiiiiaii . . . ...... , .... m-wm.
sviauinu nnv sunn fioguuilt HUH '' are uuymg lot. to nnllil resort rattan, near the B ring. Lota areMia
I at nominal nri m In a.lv. . . - . k . . i i .. . ... " " "
Lncal Agency at Atkinson A Bon's.
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
Biimiwm m.. .nni. k. -. I summer.
, , , " "' "DB r"rn 7 p. m. lare ss rents.
.toek la taken.
Parties who wish to withdraw can do
at any time after taking Mock.
W. II . McLBMORE.
marJ7 d.t Aon t hern Manas-era.
J. C. BROWN.
MERCHANT i TAILOR, ONE
5 Patton Avenue,
Neat to Grand Central Hotel. I
OTIS A. MILLER,
Sk laud P. O., N. C.
ASHEVILLE. N. C.
hB FINEST HOTELS 'thbSOUTIL
STREET OA US I'ASS THE DOOR EVERY 15 MINUTES.
FIVE MINUTES' WALK FROM COURT SQl'ARB.
Service and Table First-Class.
For terms address
GREENWELL & HARGAN,
Support Home Manufactories hv hnv. MRS. A. P. LaUARIlK
inir tneiriroona. inn ,a n i, l-i..... i
nnttcrof endurance she has more pluck I made lor the price than Eli-ctric Lil-Iii Patton ATCMUC.
and nerve. If. vou don't believe it com- flour. Ask your grocer for it and take First-Class Board by the day or month.
pare the behavior of members of thr no olncr' Term, made knows oa application.
sexes when it comes to a little matter of wn s-.artn. accaaiy
., . ... . I Wllllt nr. vnti ,:., f... ...... PI ni.lt) I aaaaaa.
uomg to tne nenttsi t. a man win wait tk. i.tV-..ifi. vi h .. . . "r.!.".!V: "ALr!i mnohukalb win he received at
til. tooth drives him irnntie. makeshim K1NJ FLo. InrTX ,1X1;
lose the Irirnilehlii of half Ins mouiini. hud ntnum .nvimv.,', e; i i until a o'clock p. m . on the uud ,'av of A.,rii
,r,a d .n... hi .. . : '"1 "1 eHalseenulred
" - - se twwiniK i - im .nr rrrcimn cxjtipif..i. or the V. 8 i
.wins.Iragss la a. fn.:C UI la I - I T I L'ltlft HOUK 4lnd I'O-t CtlfiffW hni riftis at
r :;r; "'"" "k. . irt'mrv--r- -"
... in. menu i i uc iKn oi tne tree ncwAOTrnilcllietttl TO'Dav. I ST'r. ' un the All TS A I I HUHIlL'CHI.V FILTIiBRIi m. tt.m mt
i....u . l I- ,:. , , , , .1 "'.sins, ann apeeineaimn., coptea of which I v-a sssw a siauKn
,.wM.,,,, iu..,. iii Ulan, icicu nii.ee i
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
317 Haywood Street.
a. m. by Rev. Dr. Inmes Atkins, and at ''onrd and asked that a plank walk U
P. m. by Rev. U. 0. Rankin.
French Broad baptist church Rev.
Charles R. Kidman will preach at French
Broad Haptist church to-morrow night
at 8 o'clock. The pastor w ill preach as
usual nt 11 n. m.
First Frvsbytrrinn church Rer. W. S.
P. Bryun, pastor. Divine worship to-
morrow nt 1 1 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sab- Z.
Ik . a. . a. " . . I A Vini nl U llli ft 1 1UI1 iniH
p.e. rrayer .Merti nil at f ia p. m. in. ruUa-a n.kinu that the name of huk
onin scn.Mii at ujun. m. Vnung
church will be used lur all the services oi
to the tooth puller's office, undergoes the
'Iteration, wrups up the extracted molar I
and poses before his friends ns a hern, A
woman duly makes an appointment,
makes a careful toilet, waits for a street
car or her carriage, stops on the way tn I
do some shopping that she "positively
mart not forget," discusses the weather
with the artist for seven minutes before I
entering the torture chair, and then lets
the doctor cajole her into sneine thr
A communication irom Mr. T. C. If. I tooth and allows him to work with it far I
two mortal hours. Then she smilingly I
put down nn the east side uf Pine street,
from Collrge to Chestnut. The board
ordered it to lie done.
Oil motion of Alderman Pullium, a com
mil tee composed of the Mayor, J, H. Mc
Dowell and II. L. Focg wai. upiwiuted
io purennse a new pair oi Horses lor tin
RaCKST BTna-.cw OoodS.
Fob Rrni a Wrhrr.
IVisrm-T K Btoxn.
Foa kbit W. I.. M.'Air.
Jbnbs jaoBs-Mriil Kate.
In Knt ntt Alkin.nn Ai Son.
V OMAN WANTRn e hilf.r.-n's llnm.
Natt ATKINSON HON - Pullllc Rale of Lots.
Apply to as daring the Incoming waek to
. rotilea ff .i.h
I may be haa on application at this otCc or
the onlce of the Superintendent,
a 5"ih "."i"""' h accompnaled by a eertl-
,, nn a i,,r .
a'tcr tne time n
JAR. M. WIMIKIM.
Twenty. fire years of practical experience, combined with rsasoMAL attaattoa to all da.
nt w.ll releet all bids rerelred I un of haslness and perfect arrangements for cliaklikss and mm of all good
aHth'requrremen't. of this iarl .Vtion ' n'n"f"tt",, nbr ,h' FroP'10' preseal to his numeroa. patron, a sapsrlor class af
Vichy and Seltzer Water In Siphons.
dinger Ale and all the varloa. flavors of SOOA WATBR ready tee shlpmcat aad eh levered
free In City limlu. Out of towa erderslmaat have assroNaniLB laearane..
C. H. CA1HPBELL.
March J3, iSBo,
w.ii u. a a hi
gPLBNDID LOT FOR SALB.
On Harwnnd street, an s-anta SnM
' location. PI reel front,
3S feet deep, nenrly one acre: 10 mlnnira'
waia .rum cv.n nuiMC, AppIV to
j. P. KRBR,
Park chartered a special enr and etiuini I. s. Oillnm wus made e.emot (mm
sna went n run ouriuzs jesteraav tol tax
stieet iw ciiaiiRoi ck to Short rce,, rent the Rock Ouarry .a th. oooo.lt. .id.
was rcn.il, mm tne name was dimmed. '"ii"i"iiiv i emi-
wn prcsciuiriK a ceriuicnte from n pny-1 n,H vnniijtcinen., uun su witn oer jaw I vnugv. un mc
I l ,.Mn h 1. a. .... . I .t I
KINK TKNBMBNT HOUBBR
A good rock maa can get a bar-
A sva.l. n a, ain..HA.
A nutn'ier of guests of the Batten n"V' 1 ,I,WM !'.vsicnlly tlis- keeping her in torments, and thus winds
spend the day. When about right miles
from this city they were delayed several
hours by the derailment of n construe I
tion engine abend uf them, and they en
Joyed the novel sight of convicts at
TO PHACTICK ICI.ULl'TION.
ap a day that would muke wreck of a
man for a week and drive him to dark aear by.
thoughts of suicide,
Tha Reason stoma Frequent tne
Mr. T. C. II. Dukn gently scored
la number of Ashcvillinns in his petition
The party wns composed of the M- to the Uonrd of Aldermen Inst night. The
.owing ,.., .an gcnticmcn : Airs, tti- document was as follows:
ward Snndt'mnn. Mrs. In-erte. Mra. rum. I ...
wiln-..Mr. nnrl Mr. I'.lnr.l i'... To Un i Honor the Mayor nnd the Hon-1 deuce near the Itaptist church
Mr. and Mrs. Brown, the Misses San- "fo'uT .Aldcrmtn of City ol Ashe- On the Murphy road a mile and a half
drrsnn, the Misses Deere, the Misses
my I lie under the ausphes of the Episcopal
NATT ATKINSON & SON.
Public Sale of Lots.
a mm nouM. am PsiiMBiifNiBvs ti..
....w.,... ru-smti. sn StlTstt Car Utw.
acta dam MRS. J. L. 8MATH8RA.
An Arinn Banara PImmm awu ..
ne .oin cneao. The ln.--.n.i k.
at C, Falk's maslc .tort, North Mala .Ireet
. I.w r ATT. IN.
Jan 28 dt Adm'r of Bdward Weddla
A Honker, cart aad harness. Aonlv at
mar27 dtf THIi. OPKICB.
pOR R8NT FOR OFFICBS.
On second floor of No., i and an P.
lavrnne. On salt jn.t vncaled hy Dr. von
I Rack. Al-o othrra on same floor, aad one
I larva mam n. t.l1 I... a , . - . ,
. . . ., " I . - ... f, . . .....v W. llll 1 1 I ..... huw, . rt BUUHIlll COI
Tine, iX. s,i I fenm Ilia mnrl house an inH,,., ..l .L. Inst haeoad Ih. ..MI.... .r . iseios.nr.cl Street, for two tananta. S
B.....I Ml.. II. ., .lo.n... Mi.. ul'.i.iI ercmii iiirn i wiiiiiii npiarar oeiore your I for nerroes Is about to he built. It .villi.. . . . .y, ... -..,
kuiii ...i.l. i..,,i iH . i - i . . 21 . : I un.. this IS a rare ehanea to ... . hnM.
... S.I1.. I- I 1 . , , .,' w,,n T III irt I PWM ana, nrv. m W UlUbT 111. SUiniH CII I h. Kn u... .vw- v.
II, Sanderson. Cnpt. Houston. Mr." A. I rJ',l,H',s. u,, J"n!e. f"r "'" awarV church. The workshop has been bu.lt. " an Investment oa reasonable terms. W04" WANTBU,
a".i m-"' "".'. ,-Vu""' ".'.A" un Ffi.lov evenint-s l,v n..7ti,a wVi.7m h. nu.. ' - 7"' :'""""!; T"" " '. one.lhlrd (U) h. remainder JS?"
Cushmnn. l? "T'l"'"t your mecunus to irnctice replaced hy a plank -,.d wire lence, and aad two years. Call at oar offlet aad
;S.V:JTT, Urnf 10 Itrntis. which, if loll., wed. would certninlv h NATT ATKINSOM A RON,
n.ut,nit.i.uoM.i,i,i iiiMiu, . . I.. I , , Vi . " -.....,...,,, marSOdtrl ..l ..... r.,
An Indnalrlal Bchool and a Bnlld.
In a; Boons.
F ANKLtN. N. C. March 22. '90.
Asheville Citiien: A building soirii
... . j .
seems to nave come npon us. A .Mrs.
uran nas Just built anil occupied i
ASHEVILLE WOOD COMPANY.
ALL KINDS OF WOOD AND KINDLING. ESTABLISHED 1888.
OFFICE WITH YARD. 28 NORTH COURT SQUARE, NEXT TO ICOTTI LUMIER YARD.
Electric Cars Paaa Office Door.
A. II. & C. E. LYMAN, Owners.
Jania dBm vxsnn
On Thursday, April io,
W will sell at auction, oa the grounds,
20 LOTS ON CHARLOTTE ST.
Tha auperlt,r Cotart. in particular. I simply wish to ask vou
In the case of W. R. YYIiitson gnlnlt '? 'rder that the name of Oiikessireet be
Murrs, snd Lnnce the jury
vcruivt .e,.,u, UN uiuiniia ao other niime.say Northumberland avenue,
damage. Hickory I.nne, or whntrvrr name may
In the case nt Bean against the W. N. meet the tnsle of your body,
C. R. K. the Judge has signe.1 the Judg- The name, Dukes street, is distasteful
stent giving Bean $1,600 damages, nnd to me, nnd was iietil.nued lor bv parties
nw uvisriiaa iinvsr aITsd nu.icsr mat iney wno, nienifugi. xnry niny nn ve consitlered
will take an appeal to tha supreme it a compliment, failed at least to meet
court. vi.. m PI,rov1' Bv granting this request
All Jury eases having been disposed of, vou will much oblige your obedient see
the Jury wis discharged and this morn. vont. T. C. H, Dubis.
kg was lakes up in bearing motions. Asheville, March 28, 'SO.
street, same accommodatloas, Moth hoa-esl
,n.,u tuvaveu, ana nowsr garrlrn. Ap
P'Tlo . A WBBKR, r
mar as air VanOlliier Houaa.
V:;,::;,;.,:: ......... .
eople seem to be well fitted. Two other
buildings are to be erected on Main
street, and one just oat of town before I rin.n Hmui ai.nn.
summer nnsses. I ,..,V.VMI1EI(I
Our much needed hotel Ib yet a thing ol I "" e be eat for masonry at North Broad TRU RTBB'B RALB
tha fll.lira Tin,.. u.l .a .. I ttw.p a II . ... . I at
so scare thai i bII. M unable to bear the PH e. will be paid, Hther by ih. foot or by by" S KlSsS. mifc".iE7S&3?
expense of the building and furnishing, tbt day. t. K. brown, "". to mar. the St I tEtJ nS5:
although we know that it would add marauds Hlh.r. n. .'""' 'herein, said deed belngrtnlvreal.tered
greatly to our buaineaa. If soma ,-.. " " i" r'M.l,,r of Bunenmbe county
prising man with the cash would onlv F "BNT. "wlTii lorrSVr.ZZVX
come to the fore we could fit him up with The store No 10 Pattna aven atnr,,. ?.''i!!.""A'''llll the is. day
f.,11 stock of poMibilltie.. V K?PM ,2. ?fflZhtet
rawpm.. i. .nw io Mr;.t,B.swFatti av-fhia M.fi nC
OratBtvrs. awl sat sal trisis.
PLUMBING, STEAM AND GAS FITTING,
TIN AND SLATE ROOFING,
ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK.
Plans and Specification- Furnished on Application
w. have thoroagh mechanic la each lint who have had many years' nosfissva. in ik
. ,,'," ""s , -room none on Buttrlch I
I snnat on hy applying at the
BALLARD. RICH & BOYCE.
0. Cunningham loat hia f.mnn.ri.J.
dak staUioa lew days day ago. Tbt I
TUB LBADINO '
WINE AND .. LIQUOR . STORK
IN THB STATU.
FINE tAMPLiB AND BILLIARD ROOM.
I sVla S a a S.S la 4m a ai.tssa.. a aa Ska am
f. A. MABtOOABBrT. IM. 4sl S, RjUel i AotltUL H. S
i.laA'Mi.aisiai. frrrii-rir'- s-. a-'-,