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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 4, 1890.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
J. D. CAMERON, Editor.
H. D. CHILD, Butincaa Manager.
Taw Daily Oman will be pnbushcd tmj I CHAUNCEY DEPEW'S OPIN
sssr5io,' ion of the south
om Y.r.......... le.oo
Mm UMth. a nn
Tm Month. .60 1 WHAT HE HAS TO SAY ON THE going to belli toward settlinu the nice
make law injurious to the minri unrl
to show that they were unfit rulers the
people would vote them nut. It would
be done the same as it is New York. If
we can get along with our foreign puim-
Ilation, surely the South should gtt uloiia
with the negro. Another thing that is
Oa Month.. BO
Om Wash. .. IS
Oar carrier, will deliver the paper every
afternoon la every part of the city to oar sob
criber. and parties wanting- it will pleaat
call at the Crruin Ofloe
ABTaanama RTB-Reaoaabk, and made
laowa aa application at tbia office. All
transient advertisement, taoat be paid la ad-num.
i ne Lirain Is tne moet eiteoalTely circa-
The Race Problem He Thluka
It will Mettle ItHClf.
Hon. Chauncey M.Depew disappointed
a number of his Ashevillc admirers Inst
night, although it was no fault of bis
own. When it was known tlmt he was
in the city several members of the Cos-
problem is the fact that many nf the
Southern States are now encouraging
emigration irom the .North. This in
notably true in North Carolina, Tennes
see, Alabama nud Florida, and this in it
self will have much to do with the ues-
Mr. Depew does not tielieve that the
negro will ever be disfranchised and said
jated aad widely nad newspaper la
Ms dlarnutoa ofpablic mea and miariKt
rovmaiaat, and pco.peroaa Industry, aad It I 'nupuiunn .iuo ureiuca to give mm .h,it If th nuentinn were nut to n vote in
Eaows no ptnoaal allegiance ia treating pub I (,.,.. ,u. i,.u i lDat " tnf I""0" wf Pt to a vote In
... !.. l-iYL VC. :Z1 "-wTtt. V : the or " w "oanimously, no.
T- vnw mj ihihvb sh wvs aasnas T HI MVUI fit lUt UUIV.T Ul tl I . . b. DiaK, I i l L. L' . . 1.1 II 1
r.n to uy ow Mdioi their addivN. I , . ... In all the hiMtory of the world," he
-5r-M.S ern,:t,WC?',,t,n8? N r; ,W' "id. "there is not on. instance of where
(not ..owning ten UW) or aft, cent, 7or mamon anu uewis Aiautiua were a . ht oaQf .
I I r ,v nun t, mii iiiiii nun uic in
vitation. The committee met him at the
FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1890.
THE DAILY CITIZEN
U on aale at the following piacM In Ashevillc:
8ATT8RV PARK NBWt STAND.
MODEL, CIOAR 8 TO KB, Pntton Ave.
J. CARdON' NBWH STOKB. North Court
Ww Atoasrt AahovllllatM aad ol
HrsmoVwtw Within Oar oalcs.
Meeting of the Board of Aldermen to
night. MUa D. Thomas, of Louisville, is reg
istered at the Oaks.
Mrs. John Norris, of Oswego, N. V., if I ire so hospitable and have been so kiml
at tn Grand Central. I to me that I will nlwavs rememlwr tnv
Battery at 4 o'clock and he accepted. In
the evening, however, Mrs. Depew was
taken ill and be wus obliged to send his
regrets to the club and go to his cur. At
12 o'clock it whs attached to the regular
ind the party were off fur New York.
This was Mr.Depew's&rsttripthrough
the South and he expressed himself as
greatly pleased with what he had seen
ind astounded at the resources of the
"I shall always feel grateful to this sec
tion of the country," be said last even
ing, "for its hnving relieved me of u se-
free people has
been taken away and the United States
will not be the first to begin."
The movement to turn Oklahoma over
to the race be did not believe would
amount to anything.
During his short stay in Ashevillc Mr.
Depew drove to Biltmore, and in return
ing forded the French Broad.
'We were assured by the driver," he
said, "that the water would not rise over
the hubs, but when it stood sis inches
deep in the bottom ol the carriage I felt
that I was justified in saving tlmt I
thought he was mistaken."
GOSSIP OF THE "DAY.
cert attack of the grip, and the people
A fascinating young widow nt Buffalo,
N. V., is the latest addition to the self-
Geo. E. Boggs, of WaynesviUc, was in I trip with pleasure. I was sorry I could respecting corps of young women who
the chy tbia morning.
There were 103 arrivals at the princi
pal hotels yesterday.
John H. Inman and family are at tbt
Battery Park for a week.
W. L. Gilbert, of Elm wood, N. C, war
ia the city this morning.
J. W. Heard and D. A. Moffitt are reg
istered at the Swannanoa.
not meet with my friends in Ashevillc to- make a public parade of their amorous
light, but my wife s health is not good follies by cowhiding men upon the public
ind I, too, am completely worn out. As streets. These women are invarialilv
this trip was made purely for health, and lancinating and beautiful, you know, and
is I was strongly advised not to talk, as invariably guilelexs, innocent and tin-
we thought it best that we should come auspicious of wrong. We muy applaud
to the car and get a good night'srest." the courage of a woman who is willing
Mrs. Depew has also been a victim ol to deliberatelv make a public spectacle of
the grip aud passed through an eight hersell by lashing some masculine cur in
weeks' siege. She has hardly recovered, tm. presence of an ironically applauding
Knitter Uooklvtnuiid titan.
A complete line of Master Ilooklets from
best publishers littstcr gilts in great
variety in rare China and Silver non-1-ties.
An invoice ol choice Decorated
China, niv own importation, just received.
. H. Law,
57. 50 and Ci S.. Main St.
The Mountain Hark Hotel, Hoi 1
MprliiKH, N. C,
Is firstclass in every particular, with
the best table in the South. 1'ure ami
ubmiilnnt water and xrlict sanitary ar
rangements. The scenery is beautiful, climate much
milder than Asliivillc. there beiui.' no
harsh winds ami nodust toirritatc weak
throats and lungs.
The baths in marble pools are the fin
est in the world and tile thermal waters
are an unexcelled sicci:ii' lor rheumatism,
gout, sciatica, nervous exhaustion and
all diseases of skin and Mood.
Excellent physicians result- at the ho
tel. Trains leave Ashevillc for Hot Springs
at 7.311 a. in., 4.:iii ami 7 p. in.
Ivxcursion tickets, imltuliiin one day's
board at Mountain 1'irk hotel. $i. ."().
For rates etc., .-"lilies
Ally. V. it. llnol.ll l l.K.
- lU'RINO THB-
MONTH OF MARCH
Wills Bros., architects, having opened
nu uiucv in rtgncviiic ior me practice oi
their profession, would call the atten
tion of parties about to build to the fact
that they have hud n varied cxieriencf
in eastern cities and abroad and are pre
pared to design in the most modern
styles all kinds ul biiildinusoii the Ix-st
and most approved scientific principles.
Having been well educated in the prac
tical construction ol buildings nud alter
wards having a thorough prolcxxional
training in the artistic anil scicutilic
brnnclii thev can coutidentlv nlaee
themselves before the public asthe equals
of any in the South.
V ills Bros, will Ik- pltast-d to see nnv-
onc intending to build, at their otlii-e or
correspond with them, mid to show
sketches and R-rscctivrs of work dour
elsewhere by them and to consult about
buildings in conuinplniioii.
Wili s Hkos, Architects,
Ash. ;ille. X. C and Kuoxville. Tenn.
Ollicciu Ilaru.ird building, I'.O. Mux 054.
John Clarke represents the "Lone Star" and il wn a severe headache, one of the mob, but few men would care to have
results of the malady, that caused the their own fair friends or relatives try
.hange in the program Inst evening. ,ueh method of redressing their wrongs.
Of the prospects of the New South Mr. The heroine of a Police Gaiette sketch is
Depew expressed himself last evening ot usually a pleasing addition to any
emphatically. self-respecting household. The Gossiper
"It is the coming country," he said. once hud the extreme felicitv of meeting
"The next twenty-five years is going to one f tht8C charming Indies whose woes
ee some remarkable changes. Large nTt aftcr a strret conflict, in the
.ities will Ik built, the natural resources columns of the daily journal. The lady
will be develcqwd and the South will be wns rough, tough and loud, nnd the re-
the richest section of the I nited Mates, porters who dipped their pens in golden
in my opinion it will boom like the West ink and enlarged ution the heroine s rare
a few years ao. But the boom will not graces of mind, character nnd person
leave the country as it did that section. mu(tt mive had a deeK-r insight into the
Here there tsa hroud foundation. Iron Intly'a real excellences than liny casual
and coal lay si-ie by side. There are un- observer was sharp enough to tx t-i e
LOlo riches in tbr eflrttl aud the boom
U V T A f :.i.itui A t I ... .
"'. 7VV. n PL country richer and not Ti reporter of the New Yoik World
registered at the Battery Fark. poorer. Northern capital and Son hen. who hid behind curtains, and so obtained
Miss Minnie Ryders, of Hiram, Ohio, is enterprise are beginning to learn of the anj ranre UK Qf information regarding
at ine nailery rurs iorn lew anys. vust weaitn mat even crops out oi the tne private deliberations of the mo-
Mr. J. D.Johnson and Miss Johnson. U'tound all through the South. They are tne widely known Fluck case in New
of Washington, D. C, are quartered at ueginuing to turns ol it us tne iK-st place Vork city, has been sentenced to imprison
tneuaas. " iuc.irocni anu nicy are punmg m.nt in the county ail and to pa v a fi
State at the Grand Central.
Mrs. E. C. Pbilbeck, of Detroit, is reg
istered at the Batter Park.
W. C. Casey, of Augusta, Ga is regis-1
terad at the Battery Park.
Clarence B. Day is registered at tht
Battery Park from Baltimore.
Clarence I. Peck is registered at thi
Battery Park from Chicago.
The Buncombe County Alliance is be
ing held in the court house to-dHy.
W. A. McDonald, of Columbus, ., is
registered at the Grand Central.
MissRhodaW. Simons, of Aiken, S. I
C, ia registered at tbe Glen Rock.
One Hollar Reward,
We oiler OM- DOLLAR reward t.i am
one who will show us n sack of poor
KOLI.KK KINCor KLKCTKIC LIC.I1T
ri.Ol'K Irom our mills. Hay Ashevillc
Milling C'iiiiiany's Flour nud vou an
sure of geuiui! the IiLST.
IMIllI t I'illllt t
TheAveiill I'aiut is the Inst. Outwears
all others. Ilenutitiil nnd ei'iinoniu-.il. In
general use curs. (iiiaranitvd. Sam
pie card Irec.
l-'iri-ATKicK Hkos. S: Kohi htsos
marlJ il.VwUiii Asliceilli
11'Ji'li-ie IMnnrr Hcts. new ilreoratlimN.
on-plrn- Tea Set.. :i HA.
lo.plcec Toilet Hcta. $3 AS and t 7.1.
Ilrown Bramble Dinner Ware attwo-thirrii
prlee. Por instance: an S1H pinner Scl fur
FINE TOILET SETS AT COST
TO CL08B Ol'T.
All Silvrr Plated Hollow Wair at
25 Per Cent Discount.
I lll riualli-ate ali hills of Northern :mir
for Crnrkery. tilan And Cutlery.
J. H. LAW,
57. 59 & 61 H. Main St.
ASIIHVtl.l.K. N. C.
l.mt.K.S.v. who 1. atr-miim, l,ol lheir money in here fast. Besides that
at Spartanburg, is on a short visit to his ,.he S0"'1" People are awakening to
Mr. P. A. Sumner has purchased from
C. C. McCarty two lots on Haywood
street for $2,000.
C. V. Spear and wife, Miss Alien Ring
and A. A. Wright, of Oneida, 0., are at
tbe Grand Central.
tbe fact that they are living in a country
as wealthy as any on the luce of the
earth, and they arc taking steps to its
"Before tbe war if a Southern man had
money to invest he put it in negroes.
of $250. The contempt of court nllrgcd
seems to have been shown quite clearl,
At the same time it is a pity that the re
porter alone should suffer if he wns work
ing under orders from his chief, the city
editor. People generally do not stop
think that newspniier reporters as a ml
work under orders, anil that the man
ow mere is no more sluvery and the authoritv who orders a dirtv nie.
Southerner Is putting his money into rL ... lie ,lm. i. n-nllv ) fi-lh.w wh
lonuu. Kockrleller, of tbe Standard furnaces and mines aud mills. The re- should be held accountable for rr,,lt.
111 iru.i,nns given ajuu to tne nest suit will DC tnat tne wnole country will There is no justice in kickim? ntrrri.-rnnd
ena capture mission l. napci. 1 be developed, it is remurkable the pro- allowing a mustiff to walk away un
Miss thse V. Lee passed through tbe 8 mis country nas niauc since tne scathed, although there is of course h
ctt tbia morning enroute to Matamorns, I war. maltunooga Had a bare popula- danger to (he manor men who do the
Mexico, where she goes at a missionary. "ol 01 t,uou souls, now it nas ou.uou.
W. T. Heath was before the Msvor thi. Atlanta was but villuge, now it has
I iitr i i"i . . 1
morning charged with being drunk and P'1' u "la. cu,c
Ed Robinson, a eolored boy, was accused lM ,an,e va' a?
of fighting. Tbe former was fined $5
and the latter $3.
Miss L. V. B. Moore, wlio has been
visiting her for several months, re
turned to ber home in Philadelphia yes
terday. Mist Moore hat made many
tell vou this only
means an era of prosperity second to
Viscount Ilinton, ex-clown in the pa
tomimes and cx-robbcr, has been innki
a show of himself by grinding a ham
orcan in the streets of London whilt-
11 a man owns property Here I should Lndtf uinton onssed a hnt for eoniien.
certainly aovise mm 10 nolo 11, lie win Ti.j- , . rathtI. 1.... dignified oroccedinu
reante lurgeiy ou it witniii tne next lew I)erhnps, than beating your well dressed
years. 1 imrrican social circles nnd
"t l,ar uriti, t.i. ii-i. . I .
warmfriendtinAshevilleduring her short .u...T"o 7 . . " - hearing awny an neiresss, nut its nr,
I ue ouuin is 1 nc coming iron center . thnt ihm'i nmh n , ... .1
I of Amrrira."
au laoiea and gentleman are invited to On the race problem Mr. Depew holds t,Kr(lcv
attend tbe Bible class taught by Rev. W. tbe idea of every Northern republican. ot held
J. Brdman at tbe V. M. C. A. rooms to- It wi iweifi" he tnjdi ,.if it i ,
morrow at 4 p. m. Tbe subject ia the onIy let alone. During two weeks in the bersoft
favor of the member of the Brit sh aris
tocracy who adopted a scheme that
Id in such high favor as the othc
most of the broken down mem
bcrs of the swell mob across the water.
" 5un7 cnoo Kno '"' South Ibavr learned but little on thut
queniiuu. t nere is suca a aiversity 01 r,od fruit at ow or n-a nH lm.l.
irarwninni utuoiun. opinion mat one nnosnimscii at the con- . of milk ar thin,,. n. i.ti.ii,..
elusion 01 an investigation just where he cnsy to obtain in this town, nlthouuh
M W erf Inter! to Mortte Carolina I was at tbe start. The social philoso- three ounrtrrn of the uronle h,r
w.., r.u.,v 1 uncrareucs mat witn tne sniuuuur inni .1.--. ...u 1:1..
I . . 1 1 " I iiiuk miiuiu line vif 11 inev
A question tnat is oi consiacraoie im-lines we nave witn fcurope we can send could. The season for some varieties of
portancc to many North. Larolimant has 500.000 a year to the Congo free states. frujt is nearly past, anyway. It would
just been decided Dy tbe attorney general and tnat in a lew years the entire popu- ,m ni though milk ought to be a pirn
and tn following art eeing tent to the union win be gone. The social philoso- tjfui commo lity in this country, but the
nerss oi sapenor count tnrougnoui tne poer i aiso una is one, wno, at a general mnnugers of the hostelries in town .a
stau. it relates to tne pensioning ol thing, owns no land and is not depend- that such doesn't appear to be the fact.
wkhjws; lent upon wont it produced, if ne dots,
Acmroa UKrARTMBNT, 1 Bowever, wc will tell yon with the next The Ashevllle mud got in its fine work
To Clerk Superior' Conrt, Bnneimb, BK''iv" Vesterduy't ttor.n. aud every
M.nt. .Ci n "e development of the coun- bodv who bud far to walk in the after.
Dear Sir I am instructed by tbe at tor- try and that it can't get along without Loon or evening brought notable re-
S?T;? of . 151? "7.t the hire. He only can cultivate the rice minders of the outside weather into
iZuVmkkZL fit.,d, nd m"ny 0f the P,"''i " the place, that he visited. Some day w
provided for in section 1 of the new pen- wltnout tn n'Kro to coantry would shall have nice pavementt, though, and
tion law (chap. laws 1889) takes suner greatly.
precedence of all other qualifications, and "The land owners one and all agree to
LtoL.,7.!;.ohnj ibr wr twr . tobn
rt whoa tax valuation exceed, the IP0 ta " fa the "K01
tarn of $500.00, but she must be "desti- have talked a great deal with Southern
tnte of property or 'meant of support and men on this question, and they seem to
.S.W:'h. J?.0'?,?"?: be mammon, in the opinion that the
tire or friend." In other wordt, it it in- Caucasian race shall never be governed
tended that tbe names of onlr inch by the negro, and tnat tuch a government
widows shall go upon tbe new pension would only result in robbery and theft
" "tZTlXu JSSLrL' ."l nd bad lawt, and finally a general over-
ubnurunc by any pcrtoa or from any throw of a" government.
otrrce. 6c tectiont 4 aad 8 of rules and "My opinion of it it just this. In New
board called uoon tbt attoroeT-aeneral 60.000 are property holders and only 60,-
for aa official statement or opinion at to 1 000 are nativet. The remainder islareelv
tait matter and it was given as above made up of the peasant classes of Eu-
derrd to bt Incoinoratcd witb the blank eonrte, largely of foreign birtb. We do
forma for widow's application and re- not ask any outside assistance to remedy
appUeatkM, aad tbia i waa accordinglr tbe evil. When tbe government It found
tzsA jtfjiWff jst - titrr ot the fcw 'od
amnriea wbieb have come, aad art likel to tbe detriment of the masses wc tee
to coene, from clerks of ttrprrior court, that there ia a change and that tbe wrong
ninac topentioa a well, in va- k righted. Every good citisen unites in
rkma portions of Jb IKate. belping nt to auppreta tbt tviL
G. W. sUmbuum, "It would bt tbe aame here. Iftbene-
ttata Anditor, groea were to git tbe office! and were to
then the towu't great failing will have
been removed. Who knowt but thut
the time is near at band, and that most
of us may live to tee it ?
For tbe 24 bourt ending at 9 p. m
April 3, InttO:
U. . MlONAL BKSVICB BT.TIIIN,
Wlnjtata Sanitarium, A.hevlllc, N. C.
LST.aS.8SN. LONO. H3.2S W. XLS. 23(1(1 FT
7 a tnia p mis o ml Ma
os.o i ow.o
o I oo.o I OW.O I v II I OO B3
(In grain, per cnble foot of air. )
. for alt. Ik ua.i
7 a mT II in I S p m
S.17. .4.131 ' 8 371
"filreetlon. IPorce (scale 0 to 10
ato8B 8 ICIondy. Rain
Osunt Of noulbla amount, 00 per cent.
TBMPBRATUaB, April 4.
7 a. m. .a. 8 p. m
KABL von BUCK, M. D
SupiKirl II. unc MnnufactorUs bv buv-
ing their gui nls. There is no better Hour
iiwule lor the price than lileetric Lmhi
l limr. Ask your grocer lur it anil take
ArtlMIc ICnHler Cnrrln.
The larcc stock of liaster cards nt
Lstiibrook'H is trinnir raniillv: but n few
oi iiifi'iiuucst mill run im.it prices rang-
inn irom tne cncajK-st to t lie more e
icnsive ni.ml paiuieil cnils.
Tile Hl-hi oil I'.urtli.
What arc you paving tor vour PLOI'Kr
The Ashevillc Milling Co.'s KuLLI.K
KINfi I-I.i it H, tin- lM-t on earth call Ik
had almost aaygroeer's at $liH-rliaml
Persons having barvtn on t lit ir
land anil wishing to ilitiio - of it will ilo
well to correspond with M. II. IUni;kk,
l-ynehliurg, u. Jw-coil-wt
W"Thoe wishing to contribute Mow
ers for the decoration ol Tnritv i-liurcli
liir Kaster, will please leave them nt Un
church Auturil.iy morning, nl (Ht
New Advrtiaeiuciita To-Iny.
J. B. Rkkd Nntl.-r.
1 H. Kkkii Nnllir
In the Circuit Court of th- fnlird ituitra. for
mr nw,m I'lnirici oi .xtrin Larolinn, at
Thr Virginia, Tennc- mill Cariillna 8liil
and Iron Comi'Un
William Cuthltrtxm rt nl., and J. C. Pen.
The drfrnitant. I C. i'rmilnrton. ahni-c
namcil, will inkcnott-T tlmt a .itnimonii In
tnr aliove entltu-il n,-tiiu win,. , n the llllh
,lav of Keliruary, 1k,o. duty Imtiii-tl nut oi
nil court In riivor nt tin jii,vc- nuincl DlHin.
on nnu anHmni ntin. unit ilirrctrtl to the
.Mnrallalol .aid l!trti-l. tvh,i hn nintle r. .
turn thereof inw i.l ,-ourl nol riivutrd ;
that thi. a.-tion In t rc-nver from th .aid I.
C. I'cnninKton and hi. uli.-unl mihiik. Wil
liam lutnurrtMon el. al.. Hit oKrion ol all
i hnt niece, parcel and tract of Innd Inl.
l'lrt tract All that errtnln lot nf Innd ill.
uate in the counlit-H oi Mitchell and W atau.
an. in the HtHtt of Norlll Cnrolinn. in n,rt
di.trict. anil Imun lrd ami tl, nciitl a. lol-
lows: IKKinnlnii at n ninke in the middle nl
We river, lielow and mur where lielllnh
H nrd now lice, in the iiurth-nt line ol ihr
oiiKlnal imtrnt nr g am to William Cathiart
for futy-nine thnummd t .,u,ooo ucrea, lieini;
ntimhered 'J14U. mid thenci- ruunltiK with llu
.niil I nea of anid pnlcnl or crnnt north 3o'
west to a white onk In the olil Wnl,lnvi,.n
county line. In oi near tin- present lute oi di
vision anil iioutuiiirv ln-twiTti the Mutes ol
Tennessee ntl.l North Cnrollnii, and on ol
near the 8tuue niintntnin. Is in the niosi
norlherly course nf the ntiir.unl nnt. n' ni,,e. .
aid. thence south L4 " wist null the line ol
the ...Id orlKinnl piitrnt to a slnki- In thr
middle oi lilk river, thence ui, the said river
wih Its meanders t Ihr iM-uiiintMir
Htcond Irnct All Hint other tract nf Innd
situate In t'leeoniiiy ol Mlu-hell. in thrKlnlr
of North Cnrolinn, and In sanl lilstrict,
bounded and descrllicl as follows: n. K'nnlnw
at the IH-Kinuina corner of the tract ol laud
lir.t nhove dt-scrltted nnd mnntuK thenie lij'
the most direct course tu the brad spr n ol
ic ntnsi no,ineriy oriuun or tnnutary ol
t.i.,,,, iik river: inencr nv in, mu.i ill
reel course tn the shurt bend In nittd river nt
tile muiilh of White I as creek nl Al.rshnm
Johnston's, near lo aun below the old li. Idi
ot i ,,e; inence down the .aid river to two
vim nets, n corner In the eomnromta nr
Ixl ween Ulliiiiin J Ilrown and Isaac T.
A very : thence w llh til,- calls of the sni.l coin-
pron.isr line innd tor the correct culls of .aid
Ine relerence Is llerehv mnile tn th ,lrrilH
inndt lietwe- n the si. id Ilrown anil Avery,
and between either nf them and the heirs of
iiieoiurroi record in the county or Mitch, II
aloresulil i to a ln xc ruck on buck hid, n cor
uer to mill of the said comuroiutse line:
hi net-south -tr,1-east nna notes tn n vhl,
ak nn a ridier aunte distance beluw the Mam
Carpenter place, nud on or near to the elos-
ma line in the orlK'mil arnnt aforesaid;
tbence wilh the (irluiiinl line nntl Its VMr.
calls reversed to the southeast corner of the
said Oli.ooo acre tract nenr to or on the
Orundmother mountain i thence south aw
wrai, nun wnn me otiKinai line to the beg-in-
tin, whicn it la nllcirrd the .aid J. C I'en-
IllKtun and his ailld aliened tenants. William
Cuthliertaim et. al. unlawlullv and wro,,a-il
ly withhold and drtnln irom the plaintiff and
for diuniiKi-a tor auch detention.
Tbe Bald d. rnilunt. I L' P,nnlnanH a.111
alao take notice that he is hereby reuulred to
be and appear on or beiora th. Sid Monday of
May. A. U. latuii, brioie the Circuit ourt of
ine i niuo niaie. oi America for the Western
1'i.lrlct of Noith Carolina, at Ashevllle. and
answer or demur to the plainiirr a coinplnini
aK.lnst h in, or If he do not, the plaintiff will
mOVC the COUrt fur tha rallel flrmn,1-rf I.
anid complaint I. B KlilU),
tlerk .'Ircuit Court of the i'niue! Stntc.. for
the Western District of North Carolina,
. fC. B. Mihiss, Deputy,
oorr ft Merrick. Att'va ir I'i'irr '
HATS AND GENTS'
nul SD TO III! SuLIl IN TIIH
Next Sixty Days !
CloHe Out the Retail BuftitieHH.
All this Slock of tlunda w ill Ix sold St
Slaughtering PriceM I
io. io Patton Ave.
ASllt'VILLE AD XJERTlMBNJ
- JELLICO COAL,
t AT RETAIL, t
For Grate. - - - $5oo
For Stoves, - - - $450
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
For sale at Wholraalc and Hctail by
ASIIKVILLIi COAL COMPANY,
lUcluaire Acnl I Domestic anil Steam I for Western North Carolina.
II. T. COLLINS. I'rcHiilcnt.
B. E.EAGAN, Secretary
ASHEVILLE JIJE COMPANY.
I'uie Ice mndt from Distilled Watw. 0ffk: No. 30
JUST ON THE THRESHOLD"
OF A BlCi DOOM, STANDS THE CITY OP A8HEVILLK.
Now In the Time to Buy Real Entate.
Vou may think price, are hlxht Rut they are bound to go higher, as pa.t ciierlence ha.
Ashevllle ia the beat known, thr Boat beautiful, tbe moat healthful and the most proirresa-
Ive city in thia titate. Vou ,'an.nil invest your capital to better ndvnntaire than right here
In this garden spot of the monntnlns.
Some choice bargains in city lot. and suburban properties enn lie had by cnlllna nt our
JEXKS & JENKS.
Real - Estate - and - Insurance.
Rooiiin qttio, McAfee Block, a8 Patton Ave., Ashevllle, N. c.
LliWIg MAIlDl'X, I'rea
L. P. McLol l), Vlce-I'rca.
I. B. RANKIN. Cashlar.
titncToiia:-Lewl. Maddui. M.I. Beanlen, M.J. Fagg. J. K. Rankin. J. B. Rny.J. H. K!d
8. II. Heed. tieo. 8 Powell. C. M McLoud.
-E WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, -
Organised Mny l.t, 1H8S.
CAPITAL, S50,000. SURPLUS, 815,000
State, County and; City Dcpottltorr.
Uor. n l-neral Hanking Baslness. Iiepoalta rewired. Bichange bought and sold. Col
lections made on nil accessible point.. The Having Feature will rrrelre atwcial attention.
On all soma In thia department, depoalterl for lour montn. or longer, interest at tbe rate
of 4 per cent, per annum will be paid.
Sprdnl attention given tn lonn. on real estate, which will be til need for long time on nol
Open Irom n. m. to S p. m. On Saturday, the Saving Department will be open till a p.m.
Only 8 Mile from Aalicvllle on the A. & 8. Railroad and
The gn ii lest numlirr and curicty of mineral .pringa to be found In the South.
48 Springs on Less Than 40 Acres.
InthcCin-tiltCnurtof the 'nited "tales, for Khnlylwulc. Iron, sulphar. ep.om. alum, and magnesia. Hevrral very line combination.
V'.c. i,,,':rn D'"rir Carolina, at thai are used in curing indigestion, liver and kidney trouble, chronic 7nnerMl!J5
,,,., nnu enronic sic. neannenr. liar .-ring recently develoed i. the greatest tonic water
ever lound. M nnv arc huying lots to build reaort cottages near the ai.r'ng. Lot. are aold
at nominal prli rs to advirtis. the place and the mineral water. Hoard can be bad at
Sao to jo Per Month, or $1 Per Day,
Refrrenre.. testimonials, etc., ran lie hurt by writing to the owner: or better yet, nnvone
nti rested Is invited to come and try the water, tlrcnt Improvement, will be made m-mt
Tnilns leave Ashevllle at n.iis a. m. and return at 7 p. m. fare 2(1 rcnta.
OTIS A. MILLER,
Sky land P. O., N. C.
A -he villi
The Viruinln, Trnncmw and Carolina Htrrl
nnu iron company.
f. J. Newman and J. C. I'ennlngtoa.
Thr difrnthmt. 1. C. IVnninirtnn ilmv
nninrti. iu (tiitr nttttrr tnat summon
thr atiovr entitled uction r. nn the Itfth
lav nt lrl)runrv. 1!M,. dulv laaued nut nf
mucuuri lit tnvurol thr anve nntncHl nlnlnt,
iff .illil iinlnt hm. (lulv dltvrtrd lo tht Mnr
him oi ii in uutrict, wno hnt malr return
til mt into nl'l court not eieiutcd; that
tlili action Is to nvurt-r from the anid J C.
rcnniiiKtun nnu n alirKd tenant, the said
I I Newman, the Duaitesslni. nf nil thut
iHrce, nnri-ri and trait ot land ai follows
l lmt ttiit-t All that certain lot of land sit
uate In the counties of Mlu-hrll and Wstnu
K'. in thr staie tf Sort Caro Inn. anil in
ai I hisirii-t. and lioundt-d nntl dencrilied u
tollowa: HrKinninv at a stake in the middle
ii it i H rtrcr nelnw and mar whrrr lirhl.ih
Itrard now hvrs in tht- norihi'imt Imp nf thr
or.K-nnl pacnt or xrnnt to William C at hear i
ior tiliy-ninr thoua-md iSU.Oikm acrrs, heinv
nutiirMi-eil and then it running with thr
t d lima ol smd pntint or grant n.rth 3ti
wri to a wnue mu in flic old Wavhiuaton
iiiiuv line, in or near tne nreft nt line of ill.
viPi-in and iMiundnry between the States ol
lennrsse, nnu jsortn carniinu. and on
mar tne wiiine mountain, lielnK the mnt
nonnrriy corner or the ontflnal tiaftnt Mfiire.
-uttl : tht nee south 24 west with tbe Mara of
ine said ortu nni natent to a atnkr in th
mid le of lilk river; theace no the aid river
witn us meandrrs to the ueiilnntnif.
hvcnnd tract All that other tract of land
ltimtr m the count of Mitchell, in thrBtate
of .North Carolina, nntl in said district,
lioumled and deseritted as follow: DettianinK
nt i he iM itinnlnic corner of the tract oi land
first aliovi' described, and ruaninit thi-nee bv
the most direct count to the head apiing of
niui nurinrnjr "rnncn or inuuiary Ol
the North Toe river; thence by the .stoat di
rect course to the abort bend in laid river at
the mouth of White Oak creek at At raham
InhniLiin s. near tu and below th old firi.u
ot roc i thi nee do wa said river to two lnn
.m-a, n corner in tne comurotnise line uetwetn
lUiam J. Itrowo and Isaac T. Amvithtm
with the cnllsot said coumromiw line fandii.r
inc cornci cans oi sn in line spectfti refrrrnce
heTounlv of HZSlnl2i?riV'tilrtJl n"""'"l- " ". Proprietor to pre-nt to hi. nnmerou. p.,ro. a .n.rlor el.- of
ruca un oucs niu, a corner in anil Ol tne .aid
ciuniiroiniae line; thence south cast 'A2
pole, to a white oak on a ridge some di.tancr
lieiow the 8nm Carpenter olace and on nr
near to tne closing line ol the original grant
alorrauid ; Ihcucc w Ith the original linea and
It. vaiiou. call, reversed tothe southeast rr.
ner of thr .aid Rft.oou acre tract near to or free In City limit.. Out of town ortlrra'mu.t have .asrontiaLn nam
on the t'.rnnilmother mnuntnln; thence south 1
io- scsi ami witn ine original line lo tht be- u riMaatis
(INK t)P TIIK
IN TUB tUX'TII.
Street Can nana the
poor every 10
WALK FROM COURT 10.
Por term. addn-M
GREEXAVELL & IIAKGAN.PUOP'ItS.
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
217 uaywooa street.
All WATER THOROIGHLV FILTEREO ou (he Prcmlae.
Twenty.flve years nf practical ..perienc. combined with riatonti. atteoUo. to ail da.
Is hirebv made Jo ; the deed, msile between the t.lls of the bnslne. and perfect arrangement, for clsanlin... aad vuan-v of .11 .i.
.nid Ilrow n and Avery and between either of "no """tt or nil good.
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphons.
Olnger Alt and all the vitrlnti. flavor, of HOPA WATBR ready for shipment and delivered
ginning; hich It la alleged the said J, C
, c.,,,,uk.uu a,,u ,,,a au,u aitrgru leilHni. J. J
Newman, unlawfullv anil .runufullv u-uC.
hold and rieiain irom the plaintiff, and lor
uaiiingr ior sum neicntion.
The -aid defendant, J. C I'rnnlnrlon. will
also take notice thnt he I. hereby required to
v mini api-ear on or neior. ine da lUOIIday
-., m.i. if. , rwo. nciore ine circuit c niar.
of the t'nlted Rtate. of America for the West-
ern instnci 01 iNonn i.roiina, at Ashevllle,
nnu anawer or lirmur 10 me piainilR . mm
olnlnt against blin, nr If be donot, the plaint
in move tne court Tor th. relief demanded in
snld comnlainl. I. H. IcKkli.
Clerk 01 the I nited State. Circuit Court for
ine mcsirrn vi.ir.ct oi norm carullnn,
Per C. n Moosk, Deputy
Moore Ac Merrick, Atty's for pltir.
apr drit mon
ASHEVILLE WOOD COMPANY.
ALL KINDS OF WOOD AND KINDLING. ESTABLISHED 1888.
OFFICE WITH YARD. 26 NORTH COURT SQUARE, NEXT TO SCOTTS LUMBER YARD.
Electric Cars Paas Office Door.
A. II. & C. E. LYMAN, Owner.
lanta d.lm ra sun
Tne .tore mo 10 rattun avenue, atprraen
oi vu pled by the llaltitnurc Clothing lluua,
ruiKHiua given m.i i. Atiniy to
if. UAH.UV BTKBRT,
Or at Htore.
R It If NT.
Large houar. crntrntlv located. mml.i.l.
,,, ,..u, nvutj m mis once, or r. u, rlul
"" aora i at
A new T-ronm house on Hill street aa,
connection ana wniertn aitcnrn. Alao.rendy
by lat April, one 7-ronm house on llutlrirk
airret, same aecoramnriutlon.. Ilolh huu.es
beautifully located, with Dower garden. Ap-
mar 39 dtf VnnUilder House.
PLUMBING, STEAM AND GAS FITTING,
TIN AND SLATE ROOFING,
ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK.
Plans and Specification Furnished on Application
Wc have thorough mechanic. In each Mnr who have bad many year.' .psrtrn h their
hnalneM We ran .afely guarantee our uatrua. satisfaction In one r.b . in
IJOO M WITH HOARD.
Private family (Northern I have two can.
nectliig room, to let with uoaril, No. 1 1 Mia-
'ntarnca sirrrij uiinl houa
from Flint atrect. apr3 dat
KIVATB BOA Kb.
Lj"OK KUNT fUH OFKICKd.
On wcond floor of No., tin and so Patton
.venue. One suit lust vacated by Dr. vun
uck. Also other, on .nnie riuoe. an.1 n...
large room on third floor. Alao adui,iae,.
taire on aoruce .Lrset. lor l.n tnM.. t
nine room. .acta. W, L, McA PUB.'
marauds w Trn.ua.
A large houar, nia Patton avenue. Warm.
coniiurianic room.. Oa .treet car line.
octtldHni MRI. J, L. MMATHRRM.
A rMDectabk woman ran nhLaia
Itnation by applying at th
v WINE .. AND .. LIQUOR , STORE
IN TUB STATU.
FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.
I ua M it .fk ftaaiu ab laiiMMiia m
UH.UBBN I BOMB,
l. a. marovardt. ,T. RU. W i. MAIN S ASHtVILLb R. Ii