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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 2, 1890.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
J. D. CAM IvKON, Editor.
H. D. CHILD, Business Miimiger.
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THli DAII V CITIZICN
I. on sale ut the following iilntt-s in Ashevillc.
c i i if.i:? i it- r ii i-:.
HATTHKY I'AKK M!VS STANK.
M0HKL CIl'.AK STilKU. I'ntton Ave.
J. C.AKSO.VS NBWS sf OKU, North Court
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PKKTIKUNT AND PCHDONAL.
Mew About Autietllllnnn and ol
Strangera Within Oar Oalv.,
M. Nathan, of Brookl.vn, is registerce!
at the Swantmtio.
M. B. I'llery, of Cliiciijjo, in reKistcree!
at the Swami.-inou.
J. C. Binforce, of Cincinnati. O
istcred at the Glen Hock.
John lleatty nml wife, uf.Culuiiiiiis,0
ure at the SevHiiunnuii.
Mr. T. I. VanCtihler nml wile left yester
day fur Iudiniiup-olis, lud.
H. M. Roberts, of Atiirusta, On., is rc
Istered at the Grand Central.
N. T. Howard, of Greenville, Tenn
was in the city this moniitij;.
LoriiiK Cole, of Attlclioro, Mum..
registered ut the Grand Cent rut
M, S. Baxter and wile nre registered at
the Glen Kock from Montreal, Canada,
W. A. Collins, of Hajjirstown, Md., i.
at the Grand Central fur a short while.
Mr. George. II. Sargent ami w ife, o
New York, are at the Battery I'ark for .
Ib.is. M. Utis and wife itre in the cite
(or a few davs. Their luune is in YYatei
town. X. Y.
Win. I lyer and wile, and Mis J
Gray, are at the Swannatioa. Thev
W. R. Torrance, of New York, and A
Todd, of Vevay. Indiana, ure rrcjisiem
at the Battery I'ark.
P. W. Travis and Mrs. C. I'. S. Stii.'irt
of Ostec-o, Mich., ire nt the Oaks. Tine
will spend o:r.i: time here.
.Mrs. A. watt, .Mrs. .M. K. Kays am
Mrs. lico. I-.. Mone, ot Sc'rautmi. I'a., :m
quartered at the Swaunanoa.
lr. A. h. Iletyhwiiy, ol Nashville am;
E. V. Gould, uf Knoxville, represent
Tennessee at the buttery I'ark.
Simeon B. Williams and M :tv i Aunt
and Cora Williams nre ut the Ilullrrt
Park. They ure from Chicago.
Mrs. C. M. Bomeislcr. Mis. J. M. M
Bride nnd Miss Child, of New York, h:tv
taken rooms at the Snitiinunon.
Mr. CharUs Havne, of Toronto, Can
ada, who has Ihtii siieiidini; the wiutei
with the Rev. W. S. P. Hrvun, leaves to
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. YnnPeiisoti, Mr. ami
Mrs. F. A. Cornell, mid Mrs. S. K Cor
mil. ol Nrw York, lire iitbtrtcrecl nt tlx
Miss Pcli.l Oslmnte, w lio has Iktii vis
iling friends and relatives in Ashevilli
returned to her home yesterdii) in Sweet
Mr. J. W. V. ami A.J. Wells, two lend
ing Knoivillc architects, are in the file
looking over the situation and have tic
cided to locate here. They will sutirtl
open up nn office, but at present nre nt
Messrs. Gwyn & West have sold tin
following pieces of city proixTtv: Lot
on the corner of Hillside and t.ilicrl.x
streets to Mr. ft. W. Pack for $1,000;
lot on the corner of Il.iird and Chest
nut streets in Dr. II. L. Tnvlor fm
$960; lot on Haywood street to H. I.
Taylor for $2,000. The latter was sold
i year ago for $l,f00. This siriiks well
for Asheville real estate.
THK CLEHK's MtCPOKT.
xdc " u 1 1 cj ii "! i". uwiiir i
Tli. M,f,itt. nnrl fli.liiirwnt.nl a nf I lii- I
city of Asheville for three months ending I .. ,n, . .
..:u c-o,, I..... i , .Mmonth of February. Both are given be
March 31, 190, hove been prepared by
Clerk Miller and arc as follows
Balance on hand January 1,
1890 $ 4.nr4.fl.'.
N. A. Rex uolds. tnxes H.oOO.no
V. M. Miller, water rents 7" U.I
F. M. Miller, plumbing work. 3U.U0
W. B.Troy.itreet work, stone
etc 13-1 01
W. B. Troy, dynamite S.fiO
f. L. Murray, sanitary de
J. L. Murray, bricks sold .20
A. H. Biiird, scalrs 117 44
A. U. Baird, (iocs 1,042 35
Water works department $
Interest on bonds
1 707 fit I
172 30 1
Balance on hand...
Ass Electric Wall Service.
on Am-1 1 an electric tna aervkt was
ex in operation net ween nuenos Ayres i is
and Montevideo. The two cities, about
ISO miles aoart. have been connected Itv
a double line of wires. The tiny mail
bom wilt be slipped aloDitbe wire with
oatatauif rapiaitr. i
MR. BOWI.F.RH OPINION
THE LOCAL V. N. V. A,
A Hleaaanl Affair at the Roonia
I.aHt KveiilMic. Followrd b Ad.
clrf NHea by Home of Itic Vlaltor
Home Oood Advice.
The ladies committee of the Y. M. C. A.
have again distinguished themselves.
Last night about thirty menilHTS of the
various committees of the association
and n few invited guests assembled at the
rooms, by special invitation, and sat
down to a most delightful repast pre
pared by the ladies. The menu consisted
of salads, oysters, jellies and cuke, and
was heartily enjoyed by the favored
Among the guests were Mr. Bowler
mil Mr. Sherevin, ex-presidents of the
Cleveland, 0., association, Messrs. J. R.
tott and C. K. Olicr, college secretaries.
After the refreshments vteic partaken of,
Mr. Bowler made a short talk.
"I wish to say," he saitl, "that alt hough
my Kurd is white, I am a young mini
yet in the Y. M.C. A. work. 1 think that
t is otic of the best institutions a young
nun can engage in next to the church.
In Cleveland we had a great deal of flic
.ion from the ministers. They turned a
.old shoulder at first, but the influences
.vorked upon them until they ere com
pelled to submit. I; very church that had
in its congregation a live working force
if the Y'. M. C. A. went ahead in many
espects of those that hud none. Thev
ilways brought good returns to the
"A great deal of the work, of course,
.'.input be done here as it was in Cleve-
and. Your association isyoung yet, but
I will say that I have ueier seen, any
.vlicre. such progress and facilities in an
issociation so young us there is here, and
1 always make it u point to visit the
''ooms hen I go to a town. You have
tnrted well and I have some advice to
"As committees always tie prompt
aillifu! and true. When vou take hold
if anything say 'I am going to do some
hing,' nml ask God to help you. 1
ieve in prayer and work combined.
-vervthing in a kind, civil, polite nnd
.'lm-.li. in spirit, and if a rebuff is met
villi at first, don't he discouiagcd, but
"I suv again, you have a remarkable
l.trt at d have excellent ollicers. I want
.o praise- the ladies, too, lor their faithful
.iitk. It thete is any class that should
ie lhankiul tur the Y. M. C. A., it is the
l.nliis. It docs much toward preserving
hesauctitv -of the Imme. In closing I
.vaut to advise vou to keep your ass- ici;
lion out of debt.
Mr. Howler was followed by Messrs
Sin-t w in, Mutt anil (Hut, w ho gavesonu
eery excellent advice to coiiimitttvnan
Hi; UlllN'T IIINi: OX CHI flirt
IikIIIU lu-IU-ate Tiisle Coal liliu
T. II. Burn II w.ilkt il into William Gum
estaurant vesleidav and called lor a ten
cut lunch. It was served to him nml
;hc licit' resistance was a well coukeil
leak. Burrrll don't eat steak and he
Icmnmlcd u change. When it came in lit
oroceedeil to down it nnd evervtliing
.vent well until he came to the biscuit
fhe sitles of this looked as if it had ap-
iK'.ireil once lielnre in the role of a lunch
md the dusky proprietor was called
Tlie patron intimated that he was m
l.aiarus, and that he tit-eer dined after
imhody save his lust girl and then only
on state occasions.
He wore a bright red scar on his hum-
when he upiH-aitd in the Mayor's court
this morning mid two witnesses swore
ih.it a light had followed his sarcastic
icinnrv.. The parlies were fined f'. each
tiuiu paid, and his opponent, altei sitting
t lew minute in the room, rose carelessly
to his feet and walked out. At the loi
if the stairs he was upprehended .mil told
to come back
I Ui ! I was only going niter the money
to pay my line," he said, and returned t
Robert Similton was fined $.1 for being
trunk, and William Parr is' bond of $1
was forltited. Parris was charged with
lighting but chose not to appear.
Will Reynolds, n colored porter, was
accused of soliciting patrotitige on the
cars nt the Richmond & I'ativillc drool
lie proven ne was only Helping a gentle-
man on the train with his Imggnge nml
A I'LATTDKINU HKPORT,
1 Tli wnnrl li.vVfan.l. Iam l.a ......
low nnd nn idea may be gained of the
amount of work done at the local ortice
Registered letters delivered 71
Letters delivered 22 t'.'ll
Costal cards dclnered 2.U1M
Second, thin) nnd fourth class
mutter tltliverrd 1S.2(HI
IK-nl lelters collected tt.'IK
Mail letters eulle. ted 20.4HI1
Local ostiil cards collected r24
.Mail iHistal curds collected 1.000
!hcoihI, third anil lourlli class
matter collected 1,40.
Total number pieces handled.
Registered letters delivered 48
Letters delivered 10.612
Postal cards delivered 2.400
sreomi, tmrti ana lourtn class
matter delivered , 1 0.000
Local letters collected Kl4
1,111,1 mcera ciiiircceil., ,,10,itm
...... ..n -..it,
Mnil I"'"1 cardicollected 1,618
l.mnl rucifnl psrrii flltM-t,l Attu
oeviiiiii, cmrii ami luurcs ciasa
matter collected 860
Total number pieces handled 49,034
nounced, is to wed a daughter of General
Mile. Ilniii, who recently won nrlie
nt a benutv show In liurtiiie, is about to
marry a very weoitnv Kiissinn. Hrnutv
renir more tnnn ssin mep..
Ex-Senator Jones, of Florida, is still in
Urtmit mid wasting awav mental v anil
physically. A movement is about to be
made to put nlm into an onvlutu. as hi.
recovery is nopciess.
COtMIP OP THE DAY.
The many people who are fond of really
bright children would huveenjoyed them
selves hugely if they had been privileged
to observe the quaint and mntronlv lie
havior of a black-eyed little miss
about twelve, who wasconvoviugn tribe
ot much more youthful tots on South
Main street a few davs ago. The little
woman had evidently accepted the re
sponsibilities associated with the proper
care of a numerous regiment of kitllets
when they are exposed to the trials nml
temptations of a great city, and she
steered them into certain stores and
away from the allurements of others inn
way that would have been highly credit
able to an experienced chnperone accus
tomed to the wiles of London or New
York, Fruit stores especially she had no
use for, nnd possibly it was the haunting
recollection of dismal personal cxH riences
in her ow n career that made her so very
anxious to lead her charges away from
the tempting shine of the big red apple
and the luscious gleam of oranges and
bananas. But after the black-eyed little
maid hud passed two or three of the
abiding places of good things she weak
ened at sight of a soda water fountain
and when lust seen she was ordering tt
the cooling liquids in a way that proved
that she was an adept in her knowledgi
of the pleasant throat-coolers that have
their existence in the apartments of
fountain. Through it all she was
grave and as busv as the most anxious
matron, and if any ol her Hock returned
home the worse lor wear the Gossiper
a very much mistaken man.
Plenty of people patrolrd the streets
vesterduy afternoon, tempted bv the
softness of the air in spile of the torbid
ding sky. If Asheville had such a con
vcnieiice as a long, broad, level w alk or
drive you couldn't confine the uvcrugt
ierson to his hotel or other abiding place
with anything less than a gun. The
grades deter ninny weaklings from en
Hiring out to swell their lungs with cli
The liquor dealers ot this town ought
to be a contented set of men if appear
ances count for anything. There's one
line of business that apia-ars to hate
large and increasing patronage. Conte
nt the visitors here nerd the stimulating
wet goods, others dislike, of course
have their friends vir.d to temptation
with mi one near to look ufter their wel
fare, and a third class conic out flat
footed ami tell you they are thirstv and
are going to take a drink. When vou add
up the three classes you'll find that
vou ve inclmlnl in the ust the greater
number of the men whom you see more
or less frequently traveling about the
They put up drugs nicrlv in this town
Everybody who has any dealings with
the druggists says so, nnd the voice of
great rople cannot l committed It
error. Sending the orders hmne for vou
is also a pleasing experience for many
Koplr, w ho ut home have to carry tht ii
own purchases if they're anything lighter
than u loaded half-bat rel.
"I'm going North pretty Soon to siieml
the summer," quoth n visitor to a Iridic!
the other day. Thru he proceeded
give his friend a shock by telling him that
he liiteniied to sHiid the "heated term'
in the city ot Boston, Massachusetts
Huston is n good town forciilture.iiorih
ease wiiius, .tngtomuniu ami I lie cirin.
out it is cry. very sel loin tli.it it is put
down on the large list ol excellent place
in which to sivml your stimmrts. Tin
Health wrecking climate ol Host on nml
vicinity bus sent ni.iny nn excellent e-iii-
len to this section to stop his lungs Iron,
rattling and his rliriiiuaiisni haunted
joints from creaking, and to pronouint
the liridr of New knclunil ,t line milil
place lor summer tourists was a re tela
lion to the listener.
THK WKATHKH IM MARCH.
Monthly Report of Ihe Mlijnul Her
i 'Nitre Stales SiiihI Serrh-r Stniiitn,
Wito nh SHiiiturium. Aaln x ille. .V. C', i
l.al. 33.3(1 N , t.,.nn as sn w Kite allot
aimer sea level, lt,.1fn.
inxpocure or instrument. It, )'. s Slunnl
Her vice shelter I
Sutntnnrt uf Mriruroluairal ntiMrvatlnnsfeir
njtircn, i miii.
I Mm. i .-"""
. - ", ,",n '' Menu
;ne i m.3! .( 71 A ;Aa t. II o aaf.fi
ve. rJ.llv mean leenu, fur Manh. 2 n.t. Ave
ilallv range. !iu WO' P. Ae. dully a,.. .ri
2 P m u i, m iliaily :
4.1.AN. itH.IH till 77
AIIHIll.l TK IIIWIiMTC"- -
if)raln ol moUlurt- r eulile fneit ol air. I
Tam I 3pm lipm Halle Mean
ni i i t'i. j ii.VKi a. ISO
IIAUllMUTHa " ""
i'orreeted fnraltltmle and lrmirratura.l
jam i a lira i Hum Ually Mean
j .i'.ic dit.Ma aei.ifi
No. days rainf.llu OllNo. days
,ae h ur mure
lack or mure
Nn. elneidr aorT
tAveram force of wlail, scale 0 to 10. Inela.l
'!? i 'P I Spm ID.ilv Mean
177 3. US III j .BO
no. dsra e.lra a: No. ilinmil. kr. i
No. days saiMlrraU wind, flj No. dae.stvtic
lr.vallln wind.. N a W w
l'rrvallln eland, rrora W N W
(By Bittbod ol Neaeetil sal Zarabra.
cent, oi ios.ini. ion. i
Mean lur monlll h3.30
stAKL VON at'CK, M. P.. Ohmrver.
Kids for Itae Kid a.
New York San.
Not onlv mav a woman hnv alna
veicn a iwcan in tne leit nana one surh.
cientlv large to hold lew coins for car
fare, but if she is mother she may buv
sis button kids for a sit-months'-old
baby. A young woman who had never
heard of inch styles for mere babies saw
a long imir of s ovea brine filled tn ih.
tiny fingers of a pretty girl baby in a
imwowur store a lew navs ami and
asked the clerk if they were gloves tnndr
to orner. me r erk sa ri no. thnt ihev
kept sis button kid alovrs for chihlrrn
only a few months old, and rerently
there bad been fiuite a sale. "Thelr
sitc," she said, "is narked '0 U.' "
!. tin. hint.
For the 24 hours ending at ! p, m.,
April 1, IS'JO:
l. ft. SlIINAl. RSSVICS 8TTION.
Winyah Snnitariiim. Asheville, N. C I
t.AT. ,MB,:i N. LONCl. H'J.UIt V. Bl.K. Ullflll PT.
f li.MI'KKA i t'Klii
7 n nvli i mill n tnl Mnx.l Min. I tuilv Mrun
M I BS0 17.3 I 811 8 I 1 t I 41130
R PEA TI V li ll 'M 1 1 ' 1 1 T Y .
7 n m
3 p m
tl p m
(In grains per cubic loot nf nir.t
7 n tn
3 p m
II p tn Ditllv Mean
3 U.1S g.ti:i
lit:or. for ult. tent. I
I'lreetlon. Il'orcc (sciiletl to 101
KWtoBWl J I
Oxone Of possible uniuunt, OS per cent.
7 a. m 40 1. : p. in.
KAKI. VON RI CK. M
i lbs, rver.
Kaaler MooUH-iHaiid :Ii1h.
A complete line of Master Itonklctslrom
last publishers Ivastcr gilts in great
variety in rare China ami Silver mo'el
ties. An invoice til choice lie-corated
China, in v'owii importation, just received.
J. II. I.AW.
67. All ttnd 61 S. Main St
The Mountain Park Hotel,
HprliixcH, N. C,
Is hrsiclass in every particnliir, with
the liost table in the South. Pure ami
aliiiinlaitt evalcr ami isrlccl saiiitarv ur-
i ne scenery is urntiimii, climate tunc
nnlilcr than Asheville, there hciiit:
Irirslt w imls ami iiodusl to irritate weak
throats ami lungs.
The baths in marble pools are the fin
est in mo womi anil the thermal waters
are an nnevevlleil sticciric for rheumatism
gout, sci.etica, nervous exhaustion uml
all diseaM'sot skin and blood.
ICxcellent pliesicians resiile at the h
rrains leave Asheville for Hot Springs
at .to u. in.. I.. l(i nml 7 p. i
eixe-ursioti tickets, including one day
botml ut Mountain I' irk hulel. $ t oll.
I'or rules etc., ."'Iiiiess
W. ii Pooi.i rri.K.
Will- Urns . architects, having oiieiicd
an ulticc in Asliee ille lor the practice
turn proiession. would call the ntleii
lion ol parties about to huilil to the tact
th.it they have hail a varied excrienee
in eas'e ru cities anil uliroail and are pre
puree to iicsigii in the most modern
styles . i 1 1 kttiils of buililitigsoii the best
ami most approved scieutihc principles.
n.ivii.g wen well etlucnteil in the orac
tic.il construction of buildings anil nller-
wurils Having n thorough iirole-ssioiii
training m the artistic ami scieutihc
branches thev can conhileiitlv nbice
themselves he-lore the public asthe eiuals
il any in t lie oillll.
Wills Bros, will be ulenscd to see nnv
one iiitc-mliiig to btiilii, it their otfice or
coinsMiiiil with them, and to show
-ketches ami is.-rsiKvtives of work done
rlseevhi rr by the in ami to consult about
buildings in contemplation,
Yen.!. linos. Architects.
Asheville, N. C. and Knoxville. Tenn
One llollur Heveiird
Wc olfertlNI- MU.I.AK icwar.l to nue
one who will show us n sack of t.oo'r
noi.i.r.n M.xin.r l-.l.l-.t, I Kit, l.llill
I-1.1 ll 'K from our nulls, tin v Ashevilli
Milling Coninaiiv'a Flour ami vou ure
sure ol getting tuc HI. ST.
The Averill 1'aitit is tin licst. Iliiievenrs
all others. Iliauinul ami economical. In
general use 1'5 ecus. Iniaraiitcvil. Sam
pie cnnl Irev.
marl 2 d&wL'ui
SupiMirt Home M.iuuluctories liv buv
mg their goods. ih,re is no Utter r'loui
maele lor the price than h eviric l.iulu
l-liinr. Ask ynln grocer lor it ami take-
The llrsil on F.arlh.
What an' voimiiimiii: lor voiir I'l.nl K
Tlie Asheville Milling Co.'s Kul.l.LK
KIM. I'l.lll K. tin- last on eaith c-iiii
hud almost any "rocer's at tiHrbatrcl
SoV Those wishing to contribute How
erstorthr devoratioii of Ttmilv cliurcl
tor I'.nnter. will please leave them in the
ciiiircn Mitunlay morning. u il4t
jfM'crsoiis havint! barvln nn their
lands uml wishing to dispose of it will ilo
wen i corrrsiitl with .M. II. Iiinokk
Lynchburg, u. Uev-eod-wll
Rear) Cortland Bros. ml., sale of vnlio.
me lots nt nuciion.
mar litleod tl
MReud Mitchell's nnnounernicnt ol'
new spring goiMls in this evening's pa
New Ad vcrtlHi'iiiciita Tn-llay
Mitciiki.l Hints' I'urni.hlnii.
ClTV Bcnks -Xotlr.'.
fna KT P. i Imx aaa
F W. Vssrv A Son Kuildtne Plants
Hums with Ilium. 1 1 MlBiea-serl'laee.
nirm.heri. Apply at III . Hire, u'r I', o. Ili
I.arae nntise. rrnlrtillv lo,HtJ MMi...i..
I'riilavnext Anrll 4. Irltia nH p.i.i...
tne mum. m mis cite win tie closed J-erson.
, h i-ni-er nisiunna on ensi nate arc re-
ii.y-ic,i in nniiniiaie navmeni.
w ii 1'itM.ANIi. Cashier.
HWBKvck PI'I.I IAM. Cashier,
j. It MANKIN, Cashier.
A new 7-ronm honse on Hill itnrt ftn-
etinnrcilon and water In kitchen, Al.n. reieilv
liv 1st April, one 7-ronni house on Hnttrirk
street, samr arenminndntlons. Moth huuses
Miieilllully located, w Ith Mower snrdrn. Ap-
mar an atr VanOllil.r lluuae.
- n nnnns,
OOM WITH BOARD.
Priest, famll. INnetV.ral hac. twn ....
neetlni room, to let with ooarcl, No 1 1 Ilia
was.ee I'laec laiarnes street) third house
".n rone ac. I, anr3 dHt
For one flr l.n wnnnl. arllh !
and pleasant .nrrnundinas. can lie had near
MISH BLI.A MOOllV.
aiirld.1t f. (I. Bus 0.1
A larav hnnar. Sia PattnnavenM c-..
enmfortalile rnnms. .On street e.r
octNdrtm MRH. I. I.. aMATIIRRM
?OR RUNT POK nFFICKS).
rtn areond Anne of Nos. 9M and fin r.,.
avrnni. tine suit ju.i vacated hy r. von
Nuek, Also ntll'-r. nn .am. fl,i
l"re rnnm nn third floor. Also adoulilrcot
taxe oa Hpruce stmt, for two In. nuts, of
..... ... cun, re. I., All'A PKK,
A traprrtahtt woman enn obtain i-ood
situation by apultin. at the "
aiara.drf CHILDSBN'8 M0MB.
UfRINO THK -
MONTH OP MARCH
113-piece Dinner Sets, nrw rieeoriition..
AH-plerr Tea Set., $3 UA.
10-plcce Tollrt Sets. $.1 AA and S4 7A.
Brown Bramble Pinner Ware at two-thirds
price. For In.tance: au SIN IMnner Net for
FINE TOILET SETS AT COST
TO CI.OSB Ot'T.
All Silver I'lntcil Hollow Waic at
25 Per Cent Discount.
I will duplicate all Mils of Northern Itouses
for Crockery. Olass and Cutlery.
J. H. LAW,
.17. 59 & 61 f Main Hi.
AKIIRVtl.I.K. V. C.
HATS AND GENTS'
llill'Mi Til lilt fuil.ti IN THK
Next Sixty Ihh!
Clone Out llic Retail HumIiichh.
All thi. Stock of floods ve ill hesoldiet
Slaulitcriii; Price. !
No 10 Pnlton Ave.
Apply to us during- the Incoming week to
rent the Kock Ouarry nn thr opposite side
of the river, nenr the iron tiriilije, and the
SINK TIINKM ItST IIOt'HKM
A kooiI rock man can get a tiar-
NATT ATKINSON & SON.
Public Sale of Lots.
On Thuritday, April 10,
We eelll aril at auction, on the a-rounds.
W LOTS ON CHARLOTTE ST.
iust tirynnd the terminus of ihe street cae
line. This I. n rare chance to act a home or
make an Investment on reasonable terms
Terms of .ale, one-third m cash, remainder
in one and two years. Call at our otfice and
sec plat and be shown property.
NATT ATKINduN ft RON,
mr2 did Meal testate Dealer..
THEPENLAND HOTEL PROPERTY
At Pigeon Klver.
Por S .hurt tin. W. nflVr tnr mmm II,m
pli ndld piece of property known ae Ihe I'm
land Motel proieetr at 1'a-rc.n Kleee depot,
on the W. N. c. M. K , eon.l.linK nf i'O acre,
of l-e.ii'llieil Innd, nU.lv .haded and in iimn,
with a line Inrae lirle-k house enntnln nK In
room., toM-th-r with barn., slaliles. Sue
inrcte aanlen and all nere..arv outliull tint,'..
It Is tertliln V one of the nicest nlnpr. in U'. .1.
em Norih l arollna for a home or the hotel
msiiie.., neillK anpiniea with the mil, St
iinuiiiiiin water mint a .pnna with eleva
tion dinVlent to force ihe water into nnv
pnn ni ine nou.e. Tne scenery Is unsur
This nronertr will he .old on Inna- 11m. ...
exchanued for e.hevllle nrooeriv. lmi,t-.,.-i
or unimproved. For particular, addres. us
NATT ATKINHON A HuS
mnr23 ri tfw
WcdncHday, April 2
8Y THE COLORED PEOPLE OF THE CITY.
11HNUINB OLI1TIMB PLANTATION MRL
benerai Aamimilon, . .
Reserved Bent, .50
W. 0. WOLFE.
Over 800 sets of the meat beautiful
Monument and Tombstones
Just recrlT.d, from the 'heaped Tombstone
to hantlsnme Monument.. I bar. made a
Ureal reduction la prices, and It will pay you
to come and look at my stock, whether you
buy or not. Wareroom Wulft Building.
No. 81 Chrstnut street.
Now readr. fresh, healthy Buddlns Plants
variety, dellveeed tn an. .iBp r .c -i..
ano pinnieii out wncn renulred frhm d.lm
nr .coir no. io rattna avenue, atprei
oceuiHed hy Ihe Baltimore Clothing Ito
Fosatasloa firm d I. Apply to
.... 8AILBV STSBUT,
rSTdaw Or st Store.
ASHE V11.LH AU
1 AT RETAIL, i
For Grate. - - - $5.00
For Stoves. - $4.50
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
I'or snlc nt Wholesale and Retail by
ASIIEYILLK COAL COMPANY,
lUihiKive Aticuts t linnirsilc and Mtenni I for Western North Carolina.
II. T. COLLINS, I'lesiilent
1'inv let' tnntli' from
"JUST ON THE THRESHOLD"
OF A BU. BOOM, STANDS THE CITY OP ASHETILLB.
Now is the Time to Buy Real Estate
You may think prices arc lilh I Hut thry arr buund to gu higher, at pott caitericnct ha
AHhcvlllt' in the I lent known, the most bt-aiitilul, hc molt healthful and the moat progr
ivr dt.v in thin State. Vuu ennntit htveat your capital to better adrnntaKC thud right herr
in ihln Kimtrn apot uf the moutitn.un.
Some choice linrMlns In city Iota and auburbnn proiertlea cna be had by calling nt bur
JENKS & JENKS,
Real - Estate - and - Insurance,
Rooiiih eV 10, ItleAlee lllock. a8 Patton Ave., Ahevlllc,N. C.
I.KW18 MAIHn x. I -res
lus.CTo.l: Iwis Maddux.
)t. Ii. Ke.,1. Ileo.
0 1 u
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, -
(lriianlieel May 1st. IS 88.
C A PITA L. 850,000. SUR PLUS, 815,000
tttatc, County and, City Oeponllory.
Hoe. a lieneral hnnkinii llusiurss. lH-po.it. received Hii-hange bong-hl and sold. Col
lectiou. made on all iicce-aailile point.. The Kae-ina Feature will receive special atUntioa.
Onall .urn. in thi. J.-partmrnt, depo.ited lor four month, or longer. Interest at the rate
of ier cent, per annnm will be paid.
ttiH-dat nttention iriven to loans on real estate, which will he placed for lottf Mm oa rwj
lK,n from tl a m. to 3 p nt lln Hniitrdnv. the 8uvln liepartment will be open tell S p.m.
lien 1,1 1. e
Only 8 .WilvN from Aielicvllle on tlie A. & S. Railroad and
The Krentest number and ninety of mineral springs tn be found la the South.
48 Spring on Lcmm Than 40 Acres,
OhalrlKHtr. iron, sulphur. epom. alum, and ninKne.ia. Sereeal eery ne eomhinatloaa.
thin arc used 111 cutinir in.llcoiliin. liver and kl.lncv trouble, chronic riyaeneerv, chroaiedya.
p. p.ln nml chronic i,-k heiolaclu-. einc .'-rum recvtttlv develoiard I. the aerate'.! Ionic water
1 e, r lounil. Mune- nre Iiuviuk Int. to build resort eottaae. mar the HprinK Lots are Mild
at nominal pei e. tu advertl.r eh- place and Ihe mineral water. Hoard ran be had at
$20 to $30 Per Mouth, or Si Per Day.
Nefeeencea. tellmonlnla. etc . enn lie hnd by wrltinc. to the owner; or belter ret. anyone
iiitirr.Pd Is invlied to come nnd try the walrr litcae improvement, will lie made nest
Tmln Ii 'ive Aalieville nt P OS a in. nnd re turn lit 7 p. in fare 2S cent..
For litrtlirr ililnriiiiitlon write to
OTIS A. MILLER.
fri.i i ii"m Nkyland P. O., N. C.
tlSh IIP Til li
F I IS It H T
IN THK Hot Til.
Street C'ara pan the
loor -vrry IS
(iREEXWELL & IIARGAX. lROP'RS.
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
217 Haywood Street.
All WATI'H TMOROIUIILV FII.TICREO on the Premium!.
Twenty-nve years nf practical exiirrience, combined with rsssoNAL attention to all d
tail, of the buslnes. and (iceiect amtnircmcnts for ci.ksni.inriui and pvurrv of alt good,
manulncttirrd, enable the proprietor to present to hi. numerous patrons superior elaas ol
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphons.
Olnirer Ale nnd all the enrlnu. Havors of 8HHA WATKR ready for shipment and dcHrered
free In City limits, licit i,f town order, mu.t have KK.piiiisiSLg rtfcrtnc.
C M. CAMPBKLL.
ASHEVILLE WOOD COMPANY.
ALL KINDS OF WOOD AND KINDLING. ESTABLISHED 1888.
OFFICE WITH YARD. 26 NORTH COURT SQUARE, NEXT TO ICOTTI LUMBER YARO.
IClectrlc Cam Faun Office Door.
A. II. & C. E. LYMAN, Ownera.
PLUMBING, STEAM AND GAS FITTING,
TIN AND SLATE KOOFINCi,
ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK.
Plans and Specification
We have thorough mechanics In each line
business. We can ssf.lv guarantee our natrons
THR I.KADINO '
WINE .. AND LIQUOR
IN TUB STATU.
FINE SAMPLE AND
a. Na.Qca.dt, .. I NO.
E. E.EAGAvN, Seeretary
IMstilli'd Wnter. Oftii-e: No. 90
I. K. MANKIN, Ca-ihWr.
M.J. PncK.J. B. Rankin, J. B. Ray, J. B. Iced
. V e4l
'V WALK FROM COURT tQ.
Furnished on Application
who have had many years' taprrhne la their
satl.iaetloa la o. work. l a.
43 S. MAIN ST., ASHEVILLE, N. C
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