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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN : THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 3, 1800.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
J. D. CAMERON, Editor.
H. D. CHILD, Business Manager.
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WHERE SHALL IT BE.
THK LOCATION OF THE NKW
THIKSHAV, AI'KIL 3, 1h;h).
THE DAII V CITIZEN
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J. CAKSU.VS NEWS STOKB, North Court
iKRTINENT AND PERNONAL.
Interview With MunliieHM Men
With Keo-ard totlie 1'ropuHltlon
of Mr. Rlvliinoiid Pearmra-Whal
Thev Have to fuy.
Where the proposed new marlicj linuse
will be located is a question of cousuler-
able interest in Aslieville. Tlie Hoard of
Aldermen voted to bond the citv
$20,0110 for its erection mid nt a subse
(incut mectim; Mr. Richmond I'enraon
made the city an offer of $10,000 and an
acre of land if ther would build it on the
ami it south sale ot halc street near Main.
Cut it that time it was supposed that
it would he located where the old jail
building now stands, and it was thought
to be right and proper. lint with M
I'earKou's oiler, uud of the immense ad'
vantage the extra money would lie
Hie bunding ot the market, munv
changed over to the liagle street loc
tion, until at present thev seem to I
about evenly divided on tlicqucstioti
"It is a fact that the old juil proiert,
is small," said a resident to-day, "and
it is decided to build there it will beueccs-
wiy to buy more land. That I figure
will cost $7,500 and then the city will
have hut $12,500 for the market house
itself. Anybody knows that a building
idapted for the purposecamiotbcercclr
for that and we should exH'nd enoug
noney now so that it will not have to I
lone all over again in the next lew years
"With Mr. Pearson's offer the city wi
have the laud upon which to build am
Sail.onii in money. A tine building ca
oc erected for that ami one that will (i
credit to our city.
"Some speak of its being too far from
ihe central part of town. The Ij.cl is, il
s but 320 leet from the pnsrtit site ami
JOil feet troni Main street. The govern
ment building will lie further a n ay, nn
iiesides, if we have the market on Kagli
treet we will have three public squares
"A ,'ain. the old jail is completely hid
Icn ft om view by the court hone. We
vaut a market that can be seen, and the
ity will get U tter rents if it is. II this
.ity is to become a metropolis as we
ihink it is, the market will lie in iust the
A number of business men were seen
ind asked their opinim. Thev are
jiveti Ik low:
L. Itrown The building ought to lie
omewhere near tht centre auv on I'm-
Adi lph Whitlock I think it would lc
t very good idea to accept Mr. l'eursoii's
I'r. . S. (".rant I think it would be tic
.iilcclly to the advantage of the citv to
iccept the offer.
J. Ii. I'ickcrsoti The old jail lot is Im
near the centre of the city, and I think li
lint the market house there would be
Ictrimental to adjacent propem.
J. :. Kaiiktii The market house ami
.ity hall should be on the old jail prop-
-rty. That is the la-st place lor it.
A. t. 1'nvis It is in v opinion that the
titiililing ought to lie as central as it can
Kissililv lie, anil that the old jail lot is
li. H.-iinl I think it should ccrininlv
GOtMlP OP THE DAY.
Kcwa About AahevllllaiiH and ol
Stranger) within Oar eaten.
R. S. Barnwell, of Hendersonville, spent
to-day in the city.
A. H. Tardy, of Charlotte, Sicut thi,
morning in the city.
W. E. Burnett, of Spartanburg, S. C.
is in the city to-d.iv.
N. P. Cannon, of Atlanta, is rcgistem'
at the Sw.iiinanoa.
Miss Wells, of Johnstown, N. V., is reg
istered at the Glen Rock.
C. II. Wiggins, of Lexington, K, if
registered at the Clen Rock.
There were seventy-three arrivnlsat tin
principal hotels yesterday.
O. W. Fleishman is registered it tlx
Swannanoa from Virginia.
J. G. Scott is at the Battery Park imir
the I'uiversity of Virginia.
Madison Grant, of New York, is regis
tered at the Battery I'ai k.
Wayne MacVengh, jr., of Cambridge
Mass., is at the Battery Park.
S. F. Hooper and wife, of Patterson.
N. C, are at the Grand Central.
Mr. E. H. Wright left to-day for tin
Northern market to buy spring goods.
Mrs. I. FI. Stunshtirv is registered ai
the Glen Rock from Washington, 1. C.
Walter Christian am) wife, of Brook
lyn, are at t lie swannanoa for a lew
W. II. Renlaud ami J. G. Murray, i'
Newport, Tenn., are registered at tin
Geo. Morliett. ol Washington. ioi.I S
B. Fitch, of Boston, are quartered at tin
Turner Lenoir, colored, ngtd 2fi, died
nt No. Til Bailty street yesterday ol ty
Mrs. J. W. I'imniick. Miss titmuiick and
J. W. Uimmick. jr., of New Yolk city, an
at the Baiter v park.
The Western Carolina Bank ia movinc
into the new quarters on the west side ol ' '" t,lc central pari of town, and
the public square to-day. "" ' hivor of the old jail lot.
nierl I hi. m..r..i.,u nt a -.i.i. ... v . T- s- Rivtor Let it lie ccutrj
23 Bridge stm t. John Melvin West, tin
only child ol J. II. and Susie West.
Fannie Harden, colored, was the onl
culprit before the V ivor'i court tin.
morning, sue was nurd so lor lutng
druuk and cursing.
Mn. I. C. Baird, who moved to the
hi jail lot is the
ted by all tmaus.
R. I'inlny The buihliug should most
issuredly lx- put in a central position
ind the old jail lot is the place.
J. C. Moore The I'aglcsircct prumrtv
is too far from the business cent re of the
town uud the buildiiiLf oiiu lit imi t. !.
atatc of Washington sometime ago with I.Kiited there.
her husband, is in the city visiting I. N. laveiiM.rt-The old jail lot is a
friends and relatives. innt ,i,. , ujt(li,, flir u.h )tjj.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Morris, Miss May I '"If than the Eagle street property.
Morns and Master J Morris, are qunr- W. T. IVmiiinnn-The old
tered at the Battery I'urk. Their hotm too small. I think that the city would l'!rlm nt w,,rn " "' ii his proles-
is in .-vnugntiicg. tonn. o well to nivept the nronositioii. w hen '"" 111 lllr KaM 'erally does
S. P. Harmon, whose room w as robbed I l,lt' room and money are taken into eon
The press, in its work lis n dcfeuiler of
'.he weak and oppressed of all ages, sexes
und conditions, white, black, red or yel
low, bus a noble mission to icrform, and
one which it should never shirk. Follow
ing this generous mission of the cm ft. the
Gossiier recently had occasion to say a
few words regarding a more or less num
erous body of gentlemen whose principal
work on earth consists of waiting 'iirath
the tree of opportunity for an o'er
shadowing Providence to shake a riie,
rich maiden down into their waiting and
eager arms. These gentlemen are often
times smart, able fellows, and there is no
law, from the time ol Mosei or of the
Medea and Persians tip to the davsof
Tom Keed and Quay of Pennsylvania
that prohibits ability and manhood with
nn empty pocket mid a loving heart from
sighing successfully for the favor
weulthv maidenhood. Nothing can
more touching than the sight of an amor
ous Juliet leaning in moon-kissed beauty
from the high balconv of her wealth
station and listening, with violet ey
iiedewed wit h rn pt u re, to t he lo w musings
of n venturesome Romeo who is so poor
that he haa to borrow the guitar to
whose accompaniment of pleasing plain
tive plunks he serenades his tair.
Now the bold fact is that occasional!
the plaintive plunker has neither wort
ibility nor horse-sense, and this well-tin
lerstood fact was called to the atteutii
it Aslieville readers in Tiik Citizkn a te
lays ago, with a result at once surprising
ami alarming. After the Gossiper lin
carelessly thrown his pebble into the
placid waters ol" the Aslieville socialciicle
in which ThkCitntkn is read.it was wit
much genuine trouble of the spirit that he
noticed several preyful fish awimmin
swiftly away from the hitherto undis
turbed mid shadowy pools where the
had been waiting for their defenceless vie
ims lo venture within their maws.
fact to chnnge again from metaphor tt
solicr reality the Gossiier -became im
ued with a great, grasping grief whei
t. . i . .
ue icarn-u inui several excellent young
men of this burgh had concluded, or at
least surmised, that each separate an
hsttucl one ot them owned the head a
which the stone hail been aimed.
Nothing could he further from the truth
if course. The writer of these genial lines
has a heart loo full of gentleness and hu
man kindness to trvto balk any aspiring
itweii when he manfully attempts to bet
ter his hnanciul condition. When anv
oung man tries to "hit" the Louisiana
Stuie lottery the Gossiiier will lend him
he nionev if he can liorrow it himself
o consult a Voodoo priestess and get a
straight tip on the correct number of the
icket to buy. When the young man sits
behind a stack of freshly purchased chips
ud prayerfully draws for tin-completion
-f a royal flush no more gladsome coun
tenance than the Gossipcr's will show in
he circle around the table when the miss
ing and much-desired fifth card is the re-
anl of the draw. When our friend bets
n a horse race no our will be readier to
err out the lining of his larynx ii
uiiitdtuous joy at the dark horse's suc
cess than the wrier. When anv rich
relative lias the good taste to stt-poll tin-
earth and leave a golden legacy for the
liard-workiiig young citieu the Gossiiier.
Ills capacity of In oilier lo all mankind.
ill welcome the coming and H-eil the
parting memlHT ol the gildid million.
Intfi all these things there utters ihc
vinely exciting element of i-liaucv. and
cry liody has a fair crack at the spoils.
Hut a "marriage olcoiivciitiii,e,"enienil
into principally for the convenience ol the
man, and undertaken in cold blood as a
mere matter of l.usinrss by the male
parly to the contract, lacks our exciting
The lacking element is l hat of chance for
sometime ago, has offered a reward oi
$10 for the nrrcst of the parties. Tin
names nud descriptions are given.
Mr. W. P. Haynrs, a prominent law
yer of Bristol, Tenn., is here in consulta
tion with the officials of the Atlanta,
Asheville and Baltimore railroad.
Mr. Wallace E. Rollins, who ia attend
ing school at Chapel Hill, is at home for
tew days. He came to attend the Y.
M. C. A. concourse of college students.
Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Wnddell left to-day
for Salem to visit their daughters, who
arc at school there. Mr. Waddcll will
return next week nud Ilia wile will be ab
sent several week a.
Natt Atkinson The prniiertT ought
I lo Ih-farther up than t lie Pearson proie
lerty and I Hunk the old jail lot a vrn
T. C. Westnll-1 think the Kagle street
property too fur from the central part of
X. P. Chcdrster Why the idea of nut
ting the building wav clown there i.
.Mr. K. t. onrrett win conduct n tern-1 ridiculous. I aay emphatically to out it
iterance meeting at tne i. ,m. i. a I on the jail lot
rooma to-night at 8 o'clock. Subject: R. C. Johnson I think It ought to be
"Ruined by Intemperance;" I Kings I more centrally located than the proposed
20:16-21 andKphesinnaSMR. All young I .ite on Eagle street, and think the old
men cordially Invited to atteud. ind property a very good place for it.
The concourse ofcollegeatudenta meets J- Weaver The building ought not
to-nignt in tne i. .m. v.. a. rooms. Thrl'o "c iiincca so iar irom the centre of
meeting will be held in the lecture hull, I tlte city. Let it go on the jail property
and none but delegates will I admitted I S- P. I'elhnm The proposition ia very
iilrnition. " K'"- Although some kindly friend
U. C. WmMII-Thc present place is ' 11 KcnrrnllJ ' l,,ul"1 to point nut the
too small and I think the citv would Ik- ,r!rt'u ,u " mB" make-tip, loyalty to
jreutly benefitted bv the chanur. Her lover will usually Mind the lady in tin
J. A. rortrr-The citv should a.vr... rawt lo luc lruln 1111 ' ' 'ate tor any
the proposition as the property ia het- -v "u Ulf divorce courts, as was
ter adapted for the purpose than the old ,hc wuh tl,c V"K woman in Bos-
A Coming; Entertainment.
Some time ago on ankle appeared in
our columns announcing the subdivision
of the Young Woman's Christian Tem
perance I'nion into bands of King's
Daughters. One "Ten" was for enter
tainments, and the first of their series
will be given just after Easier. Although
the "Ten" intend giving these entertain
ments for the benefit of the different be
nevolent enterprises in Aslieville, it was
deemed liest to give the proceeds of the
first entertainment to the Y. W. C. T. T.
The "Deestrick Skule" will therefore I
given early in April for the Y. W. C. T. I
The Duke of Hedlord has done a great
deal tor the cause ol cremation in hug
land. His contributions to the fund of
the Cremation Society of England last
yeur amounted to .'U ouo.
Kmiicror William still retains the Frencli
cooks that ruled the kitchen of the Im
perial Palace under Ins late grandfather,
hut he uosilneh ictuses to allow thel
French bills of tare to be put before bini
Hon Carlos is l lie most sensible ol pre
temicrs. lie has a bcaiititul palace
Venice, niul lie is satisfied lo pretend
lus comlortuhlr rooms, instead ol going
to Mpam ami pretending in an tinconi
lortable lent and within reach of the
rifle bullets of his enemies.
MONTH OP MARCH
For the 2 hours ending nt p. i
April 2, 1H)0:
f. 8. SinwAt. SitsvicK STmos,
Winynh Sanitarium. Anln-vlllc. ,V
i.v. an an ,m. i.ono. hj.-jn n. ri.s kbuki
" ' TK.MI'I-KA l fHi;
, ii in i' p in II p nu Mas. i Mill. I ImiU Mi nn
ii i mu n a i I,;: a I .17 o I .lo ,;h
. ii m 2 i m I ttpm I Dully Mr.in
a j f, 1 I 4
tin rruin jicr cubic lout nf sir. I
li p ni
iCor. Ii,r sit. .V trm
WIMi; " i VVIIATII l-.f
jl'iirce OK-ateOtti loi
' . I ' I'uir
S I-: lo S
tiiiine t if pii.Mible nninuiit. kt cent.
TKMPBHATl'MIt, April 3
a m .11.3. 3 p. m.
KARL VON KI CK. M IV,
i U,. rt-r.
EaNler HooklelMand UM.
A complete line of Easier Booklets Irimi
is-st publishers Luster trills in irrriit
varitly in rare China and Silver no'-el-
ties. An invoice ol choice Ihvor.io-il
t. lima, my own iiiiKirtntion. just received
J. II. Law.
50 and CI S. Main St.
Tne nouuialii Park Hotel, Hot
Hpiinicai, N. C,
Is firstcmss in everv nnrticular. with
he Is-st table in the South. Pure mid
biindant water and lartecl sanitary nr-
The sevnerv is beautiful, elimnte mii. li
mililtT than Aslieville. there lieing n
hnrsh winds and iioilust loirritate weak
Ii rim ts uud lungs.
I lie hat lis in marble mud are the fin
est in the world and the thermal waters
re an unexcelled sim-ilic fr rheumatism
gout, sciatica, nervous exhaustion and
II diseases ot skin and hi, mil.
Kiccllcnt iihvsieiaiis risi.lc i,i tli.. h
I rains leave Xslirville lor Hot Springs
i u. in.. ,iii nun , p. in.
xciirsion tickets, iiicludinu mi.- ,l-,v-.
iKiard at Mountain p ,rk hotel. $f,..1ii'
l or mtrs etc., ."ddreKS
'' VY. 15. Iioiii.irn i-..
Hie Itollur Keward.
We offer l INI- liill.l.XR reward to nut
a suck of iNHir
tne who will show
HI.I.KR KI.M'iiir i:i.i:t Tkli' I Ii.iit
FI.OI K Irom our mills, line Ashevill.
Milling Cinniiatiy's I'lotir and vou nn
sureot getting the BEST.
The Averill Pi.ini is the last. iiuu.n.r.
niiotners. Iieauiilul uiul ivoiioiuical. I
general use .Ti vrais. Guarauurd. Sam
ple earn tire.
I tTZI'ATKICK Hkos. - KolllHrsov
marl-' dcw2iu Aslieville.
Iiu-plece Dinner Set., new drcorntlnns,
nO-plrce Tea Sets, .1 on.
lo.plcce Toilet Nets, S3 Hft and 7f.
Hrown rtramble Pinner Warr at two-thlnl.
price. For instance: an IH ninner Set for
FINE TOILET SETS AT COST
TO CLOUR OVT.
All Silver I'luted Hollow Ware at
25 Per Cent Dit.cou.iit.
1 will riuitllcatc ali hllln nf Northern Itnuftn
for Cnickerr, Glnin nntl Cutlery. '
J. H. LAW,
i AT RETAIL, i 1
For Grate, - $5.00
For Stoves, - $4.50
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
l-'iir sale nt Wholesale uud Retail uj-
ASHEVILLE COAL COMPANY,
Kseluslve Aiielll. I liiiinc.tic mid Slenm I lor Western North Carolina.
11. T. COLLINS, President.
E. E.EAGAN, Secretary
ASHEVILLE ICE COMPANY.
I'u iv Iv tiindc from Distilli'd Wntvr.
Office: No. 80
57. 59 & 61 8. Main SI.
ASIIHVII.I.R. N. C.
HATS ANO GENTS'
Morli TO 11 K SiiLD IS Till!
Next Sixty Daynl
Clone Out the Retail RuhIiichn.
All thi. Kick nf linod. will lie.olilat
SlauKhterin; Prices !
No. 10 Patton Atc
Appl.t to u. during thr Incuminn we, k l
n ut the K.k k yu.rr.T on the oppn.lte tide
of thr river, nrnr the Iron bridge, and Ihe
NI.NK TKNKMRST IIOfUKS
nenr liy A good nick man ran get a har-
JUST ON THE THRESHOLD"
OF A BIG BOOM, STANDS THE CITV OF ASHBVILLE.
Now is the Time to Buy Real Estate.
Vou may think pil.es ure hlh I Hut they nre hound to go higher, a. pa.t tiperirncc hn.
A.hcvllle Is tlte best known, the must I), nutllul. the most healthful aud themn.t proxre...
Ive city In till. State. You cnniiul Invest your capital to licttcr advuntatte thun rlaht here
in thi. Harden spot of the mountain..
office" 'bKr ,",r,iMl'"' i,y ,ul n'1 ""'""ru"" proiiertie. can be had by railing at our
JEXKS & JEXKS,
Rial - Estate - and - Insurance.
Mpoiiih t a 10, McAfee Block, a8 Falton Ave., Aaheyllle, W. C.
LliWIS MAIltll X. l-res L. I'. Mcl.tll'l). Vii-e.l'n-. I It vicciu
liCTo.:-Lel. Mud.lu.. Ml. Iienrden-. M.J. Pukk.J. B. Rankin. J. B. Ray. I. H. Reed
8. II. Heed. (ico. S Powell. C. M McLoud.
- WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, -
Oraanltrd May 1st. 1SH8.
C A PITA L. 850,000. SURPLUS, S15,0(K)
State, County and; City Depotiltory.
Doe. s Ueuernl Hanklnic Hu.lne... Ikpo.it. m-eived. Bxrhanae bonirtat ana aald Cnl
lection, made on all acee.ailile K.lnts The SarinK Feature will receive .pedal attenUon. '
Ob all um. in this department, drpu.lu.l lor four muntns or loninr. Intrreat at tl r.,.
of per rent, per annum will be paid.
trpccliil .tteniion given to loan, on real eatate. which will lie placed for lm time Ol rani
pen from a. m. to 3 p. m. on Katur.la the Huviuk lH.artmrnt will be open till a p.m.
Only 8 MilcN Irom Aitlieville on the A. & S. Railroad and
The Kmitr.l number and variety of mineral .print;, to lie found in the Kouih
48 Springs on Less Than 40 Acres,
k'nalyla-alr. Iron, .ulphur. ep.um. alum, niul miiKni .la. Several verv line eomhln.,1.,..
l.V: I'.""! l V '"J .'""''"he. 1 ...riiia m-rmly developed Is the Kreate.t tonic walee
I ever Ii-iiiiiI. M
st nominal pri e. toudv.rti.-
n, .n- I,,,...... l..,. ,,.1 - "-; irr
... ... . , v,,llnKrv nrnr ine n .nnu. i.t.t mrmmA
liliut- mid the mineral water. Hiwrd can lie had at
Sao to 930 Per .Month, or Si Per Dav.
iJ.'n;'T..,r"lVm,:n'"l"',,' lM'.h"', h ""a " the owner: orlirttrr yet. an
iunion r ,,,r "'" Improvement, will l made
NATT ATKINSON & SON.
Trnin. Ir.ve Ahe,lllent lio.-l n m and n turn nt 7 p. in. -Inre 25 rrnu
For lurilirr Ititoriiiiiili.n wrilr to
OTIS A. MILLER,
Skyland P. O., N. C.
frill I il-lm
Public Sale of Lots
ton w hose story furuislird ilie Cossiiier
with the test Inst week that lias created
more or less wrath in certain manly
bosoms. And with these few words ol
iiMiloKy to the anxered ones, it such there
l, the Gossiper will again turn loose the
hounds and let the Kme of hidcnnd-sreli
fur profitnlilr coveys go on.
IHAt'NCF.V H.DKPKW MKRK,
Arrived To.Oa and
Hon. ChauntTy M. Ilcifw, wife, nletT
and aim, anil I'reaident John 11. Inman.
of thr Richmond and Danville, and Mrs.
Iniiinn arrived in this citv nt 1.47 this
afternoon. Mr Depcw and hi family
will go on to New York at 13 o 'clink to
night and Mr. Inman and family will
SuoiHirt Hi line
ttig theirgooils. There is no liriter I'lou
inline lor the irnt- th.iu ICItclric Lie I
l lour. Ask youi uroivr t.ir it i.n.l iL.
The net on i:rlli,
What are vou..ntucfi,r vour Kl.ul'
The Aslieville Milln.tr Cii.'s Kol.l.l
KIM. i-'M'l'K. tin- U.t mi earth can I
had at most any srw-i'i m $! rli.irn
fWThose wislimi; lo coot riluite flow
era tor tne Urn uu turn ot Tniiitv clmn-
for linster. will pUiiM- leave tlicln at tin
cuurcn MiiuniHy tiniruiiig. 1 dtt
New AdvcrtlaciiieiitM ToUa
FOI MTII PAUK.
W. T. RKVNni.iitnrnriH, ration Nutk
MAI J bv. limiaN-Conchnian Wanted
I nnil Uf.l I Tl m . i -. Tl. L l - .
tl i.i i -ii . I I i.... i .i.:l.i. i- ... - , ... - .ir. anil
. . e wwa.v ,uk in. . nieeting Will Ur a ' .." we neeo. o, tne City Mri, A()rnn) 8 H,wJm ,, ,uh) c Co
hiois iwunj.riiuni aim an men are "iinouig snnuin tie hmm ami -lf. ti., k... k i.i. .t..
I I. -J I ..I I ..ll.. I ... ...... lllr
nvueu. iii.v.i ...w,r cciiui.llj. ni,H.(n.ll,.,.... A . l-A.L
I n e. t. i r .1 I'"'- " I"1" o"J leu inrm n
A man from the ruru districts entered ' " "" is a nor iironoaition, ami t-1...ui j , . . .. . ...
i -. ... .,ii ii. ... I --'--..."' iiivpcm iii v iienisev,
i atreet car thia morning and. aeeiug th, " " ,n "ive-u " Mr. Deiiew went South a few week.
fore register, noticed that his watch did '" V""" n.ivc it more flj.a 0 Jnekaooviltc, Florida. He was a
not RKrc with it in time, and proceeded j K ,ny to put it In a proml. tim tht riP- recovery he
ia reviiiy im iiiscrrpHiirr. niter selling nent part Ol tne town. The Enir e street Visited several of the (southern eitva and
the watch H1tt he nettled hack into his property la too far a way. mi lxn generooaly entertained at
eatwithalookorantisfaetion. ,.:.JJ''rlL V!", f r"om "c Charleston. Atlanta. Chttn..M anrf
iniioiiK siiuuiii ue on me will property. .. , ,, ... . . r
he other la too Inr from the miti. Knoivillc. He left the latter city this
Tb hoiiK on Tenland atreet lieloniiiu .1M'''., rrVV,',c,l' ,n'l 'n'"1"0" of viaitlng
to Mrs. M. A. Pentand. and occupied by i,,g. ' U"n" ""N' wn 001 thought of until a pri
Mrs. Brerae, wiia partially deatroyed hv M. E. Koherta-I'ut It in ns central a .vat lt,faTnnl , received thia morn.
Crc tbla mornlnar. An alarm was turned Pincc a iKisiilile. lug-
in from boi No. 246, corner of Main and . , J' wnrdeu-lt would h a bimmJ He waa met at the depot hT the local
Woodfi0rt...t4 o'cl.Kk..ndlmme. tarJin ' P"'P't' f Mr. official, of the Richmond and Danville
dlatclr afterward another waa turned A. Rankln-The iall nrnttertv ia ton na m VnJ tmmedlaUIy entered their
la from No. 462, corner Main St. and mnl, "nJ other I lietur aitunled "rrfageti and were driven to Dattery
Patton avenue. The fire drpartinenta '"f x,, EZZlL Vi i-- i . . r"r"'
reaponded promptly and the fir. w. put ,rlv'. uJXZVXXrT'rX '1 TT
out after it had deatroyed the kitchen partment, aa a atnrt would have to be ""rcd the distinguished gen-
and the roof of the house. The fire could made up hill in almost all directions. tlrmen at the Cosmopolitan club lo
bar been put out with a garden hose R..I. Htokeler The citv jail property is night.
Immediately on being discovered, had not the heat place for the building.
the water been cut off In the yard. The J. Caraon-I aay put it on the city Jnll Mr vy. K Curtis Miss cm. h
origin of the fir iaaupnosed to have been property. ' ,,, ' .' . M. CMrti, nrt
detective flu in the kitchen. Tb dam. Owyu ft West-It ahould b eentrally M'M M"hny. of New Vork city, and
age to the bouse will amount to about located by all mean. We favor tb old Mr, Curtia, of Cumberland Gap, Tenn.,
$00, covered by bauraoc. . Jail building. ha r taken room at tb Battery Park.
NOTICE OF THE INCORPORATION
Th Wcsjtrru Norm Carolina Mia
Inn and Improvement Coin pans-.
Niitlce I. hereby jrlven. as required hy stal
yte. thai on the day of March. A. H
ISllll. Arthur U lenS. M -1j . ..
Hirn. n rd u thr nir,. of w T n ....... 1.
0l "" f-'osrt for theronnly ol
-: - .-"i. ui .-.urin v.ariiu a, ar
ticle. i,f sure, ment for the Incorporation 01
Ihrm-elvr. and their a.wieialea and au,..
or. a. a corporation tn he known "THK
WISTKKS OHTII CANlll.lSA MINIMI
AnN" Wi "YKX,K5T COMHANV." an.l on
the .aid day 1 hey and their a..oeiatrs were
. ...u.mki, ..ii,, urciarro 10 lie acortmratlon
under .aid corporaie name, to continue In
liii.lnrMiur.itty tAui vears. The principal
"im ni-ce 01 meeona. or sain curiinra-
llon Ii 10 lie In Ihe elly of A.hevllle. eountv
"f Hitncnmlie, anil Matt of North Carolina
and the hiiMlnrs. prop,tsrd I. to nn retime leaM
orntherw liw arnulre i.n.l. .nrf . .."Z:
ertla I.. .I.a ... ' i;'"l
-........,,.,,, . rnnvyiTania, llav-
wood and Inckson, In the Mi ate of North
taruiiiia. or In oiher county or counties In
.aid state, to hold, work and develop, or to
Mil, miirti'ivr, irMe or ennvey the ..me or
n operation, spun tr-e same Including- ihe
purcnaM, triiaratlon stlu reduction, and aa'e
ui ore., mineral, or conl, or any other prod
acta of the.Curapany'a property or bu.lnm
1 o cut, aril, ill-ixiM of, or to manm.eiure
"TT, ine limner to lie louml SH,n
. M , 1 ,nereoi, lo puresnae,
leaw or hire, erect, maintain and own anrh
work., mill., hulldlnae and her ....-..
.... .. mnr im neeenarj or Sulla-
1 ' .,k optratlna and earrrlna on
of tht bn.lnree of mlnln. mllllne and
manur.i tiitliiK in aurh
requLlte sod prmirr for the pun" afore-""I-
n maintain roads and lirlila-rs ion
aalii land., to l..ur bonds of said C omp.nv.
andtoM-eurv the .am. hv a m..ritfM
miirtoirr. upon the tranehlM-.or nruin-rty or
the Company or any part thereof, and to
"ii. miiTiv. ur . or DtHMifeiH ., i ..... ... .
of the nmiierty of the Company, for aurh
con.idrratlon aad on euca term. a. th. .11.
rector, may deem proiier.
The capital tork, divided Into ahnrra of I
-.". .".imrweacn I. loiif ri tvThou.
and isno.oiHil bullae. i.u .v.
i..cr...i.. 1. " .;.:' v.'.'i" r"""?
. . . T - WMW " im 1 noiisana I'ol.
lars (Sinn n.,01. Inrilvlilualstockholilersar
not to he liable for tht debts of the corpora
tion, baud, this list dav of M.rrh I ,T
. . , W. t. ItKVNiJt.Ua.
ipfat ait w
On Tliumday, April 10,
We will sell at auction, nn the around..
20 LTS OS CHARLOTTE ST.
Iii.t liennd the terminus of ihe street ear
line. This I. a rare ch.nce to net a home or
make an Investmrnl nn rraaonntile term.
Term, of sale, one-third ( V cash, remainder
In one and two years. Call at our office and
aee plat and la? howa proierty.
NATT ATKINHON ft HON.
wsrau did Krai Kalate Pr.lrr..
: OAKS HOTEL,
1 V -
OXi: HP Till!
IN THK tUH'TII.
Htnvt Cum nf hr
Poor rrrry 15
WALK FROM COURT SQ.
I'oi terms addrra.
(JREENWELL & IIAI?(JANMR()FKS.
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
7 Haywood Street.
All WATI.H TIIOROl'C.IILV FILTI-RICO 0.1 the Pretnlac.
F. W. VESEY & SON,
OrrrnbouMa. - No, si Chestnut street.
In varlrti, delivered to anv part of thr citv.
nnil nlnnte.1 out ,krn m .l i.ta.
C-oiTman WANT'lifl. T,n,y rr"P" """" vombloed wltk ra.sus.i, atunuo. to .H d-
I (alia rtt lh. t... .,... . . . .
fine that under.,...!. ,h. ... ..r t. .....,r,m.. ,or clssnlinim aad rtisrrv of all aooda
r,:nomme;d,d:n,'ApVu To'' M"' mmnu,Ma -h lent to hi. nnmerou. patron. . auperior el.M ot
Thr attire K'n in .,,n. . .
oreupk-il bv the Haltlmore Clulhin. Houar
Ho.aea.lnn (Ivea Mn I. Apply to
..... a UAILHV aTMBKT,
Or at Htore.
I. are. house, eentnatlv Im-mI .ni-..i.
lOrnlaharf A ....I. .. .k . ' .. A .. '
--. .... . . . w,... or r ...
Vichy unci Seltzer Water in Siphons.
Olnaer Air and alt the various flavors of W1HA WATKR ready for ahlpraest ud delivered
Iree In City llmlia. Hut of town onlerau.t have ss.rosHsi.a refeirac.
C. H. CAWPBtKIalw
ASHEVILLE WOOD COMPANY.
FHd.vae.t Aoril A h.1.. n... o. 111 flNIK flF WHIin fllHI riNlll IUH
iheRsuk.n-thi.rlt. .ii ii",r. 3 A.'"'": "'""" ,,vw" "" r.miMHW,
havlna patier inatuHnaon that ilate are re-
queateu to anticipate payment.
vr il. PKM.ANIi, Ca.hlrr.
J. U. HANK IN, Chirr,
A new T-ronm hom. on mil .im. a
ii wi water in Sllenea. Alan, rend
o.v i apni, one r-mom bouse on Duttric
f reel, .sme aeeomnuid.iiiina iinia k.......
Iieautirully located, with (lower aarden. An-
mar su air Vsnllllrt.r Hons
OFFICE WITH YARD. 26 NORTH COURT SQUARE, NEXT TO ICOTTI LUMIEft TARO.
ICIevtrlc Cars Pana OiTJce Door.
A. II. & C. E. LYMAN, Owner.
IsnlM d.lm r. aim
IJOOM WITH BlIARU.
Private family (Nonhent k.a . .
net-tins rnoma to let with IMiard, Nn 1 1 III.! I
" I'I.ee fniaror street) third hmi-e
"im aura dill
: PLUMBING, STEAM AND GAS FITTING,
TIN AND SLATE ROOFING,
ARCIIITBCTURAIa IRON VORR.
.asTrSiSKrittr, " n,,l 1'unilKhed on AppllcffUon
Oakland lo.tllute. I T
aprt iSt "Lp.)MBoV!i4. W ,h",,,"'", " Hn. who have had many rear.' ..oerleuc. b.
haslaeaa We can safely aaarantre our patrons satisfaction la or work, a low agam.
A laree knuae. Si s Paim. . . u
imtortanie emima. I tm u.
T - "-- ... i.ne.
ortaanrs MNK. I. I.. IMtTHHUl
?OH HUNT PKH flPPICBS.
On srrond floor of No. and K0 Patton
renue. INie suit j.at .seated hy llV v.m
....... ....a .... ia.t v.i'.ieti h im ....
urk. Alio others on Sam. Una, mA ...
... Mil. ... I kin, . . . . . .
L.'l Z "i"vttreei, tor two tenants, of I
v., b, asca rSHi
ne room. eaek).
- .4 ' - "w
HALLARD, RICH & DOYCE.
THK I.EADINU '
WINE .. AND .. LIQUOR STORE
IN THK STATU.
PINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.
j. a. -A.qvM.tivr. .rr. NO, 43 S. MAIN ST., ASHEVILLE. R. C
HIL.UalN'1 HOM M.