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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN : SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 5, 1890.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
J. D. CAMERON, Editor.
II. D. CHILD, Business Mnnuger.
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BIT IS BEING DONE
GROWTH OF THE CAUSE IN
DAVIDSON COLLEGE LEADS ALL
SATl'RDAV, AI'KIL 5, 1MW.
rut: iiaii v crnzicN
la on aale nt the following pluccs in Asheville
CITIZKN orl li.'H.
BATTliKV 1'AKK NEWS STANfl.
MOI'liL CIi.AK SruK'K, t'ntlou Ave.
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PERTINENT AND PERSONAL.
Nem About AHtievllllu.iH und 01
attraiiicera Willi In our Uatc-M.
I. D. Flint, of Full River, Mass., is .
the Battery Turk.
Edward Swanti, of New York city, it
ut the Battery Park
Joseph Ilainlilctnn, of Boston, it regis
tered ut the Glen Kock.
Mr. John Crovvcll, presiilent of Trinitj
College, is in the city.
H. G. Itlntt, of Detroit, Mich., is reis
tered at the Battery Ptt-k.
Tncre were ninety-five arrivals nt tin
leading hotels yesterday.
J. A. Miller, of Hnrrisliurg, Pa., is rejj
isteretl at the Summation.
Add to telephone list, Asluville Lifjl"
and Power company, office 10.
J. H. Sairy, of Fort Wayne, 1ml.. it
registered at the Battery P.irk.
Mrs. M Pyxliy, of New York city, is ,v
the Grand Central for a few days.
F. A. Iloltun is registered at the Grain'
Central from Washington, L). C.
Frank R.inson, of Si.imlortl, Conn., it
registered at the Grand Central.
An infant child of Aaron Johnson, col
oral, dud near the depot yesterday.
Daniel K. Wiirininton. is registeied a
the Battery Park from Cleveland, ul:n.
The Asheville Lihr.iry has lieen elosci
beenne of liu-ur and will Ik- opcim
Mr. and Mrs. Ch.is. W. Whatu.n. o
Philadelphia, are in the city, htoppin; ai
the Battery l'atk.
Miss Millard, Miss Abliy Vaillatit am'
Louis B. Yaillaut are at the Batten
Park for a few days.
S. P. Sehatik and G. S. IVrKiim.ii, o
Wnynesvillc, are in the city, stopping at
the Grand Central.
Mr. A. Whit lock has Ikcii confined ti
his room for the past two weeks villi a
severe attack ol la grippe.
.Natuan llijtir. os. Hyiir and Miss ha
rah Prouich. of New York city, are quar
tered at the Battery l'atk,
Ir. C W. Mathi.ts and wife and W
M. Lays. in. ol .Miildlcslaiig, Ky., an
rej-istcrcil at the Glen Kock.
Ir. Jas. G. Ilyndman and Mrs. W. G
Myniluian, ot Cincinnati, ate at tin
Swauuonoa lor a lew days.
las. F. liwtuht, Henry W. liwight and
Miss T, Trimja-r, of Stock Ijridge, Mass..
ure registered at the hw.nillntlu.l.
An amateur concert, in aid ot the col
ored industrial school, will U- given at
the Battery i'urk hotel this evening at
8 J5. The entertainment will concltuk
w ith charades.
The rrgtilnr monthly tneeting'of the
Flower Mission wiil he held Monday nt
ternoon at o'clock in the central oiliee.
corner College and Spruce streets, instead
of the usual place.
For the services of the Presliyterian
church at Batterv Park to-morrow morn
ing additional chairs have been added
to the music room, and seats will Ik- sup
plied lor all who come.
An l iifortuiiute Mlxtnkc.
Editor Citizen: Permit us to correct
a possible misunderstanding and exoncr
crate Mr. J. 11. Inmnn Irom any appar
ent lack ot appreciation of the courtesies
recently extended to him and Mr. Ik-pen
bv our citizens.
The portion of our committee charged
with the pleasure of escorting them to
the Cosmoolitan Club called for that
purpose but through some uufortunuu
misunderstanding were misinlormed n
to Mr. Intnan's intentions and did not
Interview Willi V. M. t. A. ele
Ititti-H-The neeiliiKM ut (lie
Eighteen bright young men arc at pres
ent the guests of Asheville. They repre
sent six different States, and colleges
within those States. They are the most
prominent workers in the V. M. C, A. ol
those colleges and are here to rcccite u
struct outs from Secretaries Mott and
DIht on State work.
The idea is a new one and Asheville is
he first eitv at which am convention ol
:his kind has been held.
Messrs. Mott and liber, the two college
iccretaries, have heretofore had the en
tire work on tin ir hands. t was theii
luty to visit every college ill the I'liion,
to watch the wink and to give instruc
tions, line with the constnmly increas
ing growth of the cause they have been
unable to visit all of the branches as of
ten as they would desire, mid touud thai
-veil by traveling UO.UUO miles a year, as
Ju-y have done, they could not visit uny
uie institution more olten than once in
line years. Finally they decided to
lold conventions and at these to in
struct the delegates in the work muled
mil thus lessiu their ow n lal.nis.
There arc to lie three of these, and tltii
s the lirst. The next will be held in Chi-
igo next week ami will be for the Nurtli
.vestern St itcs. The third will be held in
Ubanyon t'le week following. At the
me which is being laid in Asheville rep
esi ntatives ate present from Kcntiukv.
viorih Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia,
I'cniiisscc and Virginia, and they will
lerealter cover the college work in those
-latcs. The gentlemen who are present
;ive sonic iiiteicstiitg ligiiresou the work
ii the institutions which tlnv repiesciit.
1'licy are given hi low.
Of the collides represented Davidson
irobably makes the best showing. It ,
incly s.iuicthitig of w hich they may hi
iroud. Mr. 11. I.. Smith, professor ot
i.-itiiral philosophy, represents it.
"Our association has eighty five mem
h is out of a school of 10,1 student-.,"
icsaid. "One eighth of these member-.
lave i.tTered themselves fur foreign mi
ion win k, and line lead in the public re-
;.i.ms sirvices. We arc about to give
icontiact fur a S.t.ocin building to U
-recti., 1 uti a lot donated b the trustees
l the colli, je. T.vo thiiiisand doll. us a
liis amount has alic.uly I'lcn t ais.il
rinrc nc only ten students in the col
cgc w ho aie not cli'.ir. h nuiu'nis."
W. i;. Ki.Dins, tion: the 1'niieisiiv I
'or.h Carolina .a Chapel Hill, said:
'Yc have sixty-live uieiuliers .ait of ir.o
-tudiuts. A building of Sr.'.iiiin Ii.-,..
ci.n started and wc cjK-ct lo erect a
l.tuilsoinc building soon. We alrcaih
lave a good gymnasium, with a salaiied
iistrtictoi from the school at s.iiingtield.
Ii.ss. Hie association is doing a great
leal ol" good among the boys, and we
;ay the c.kiiSis i f a missionary I
lapan, w ho starts next June
(.. H. Key burn comes from Cumber-
ai d t uiieisity, I.i ballon, Tenn. "W
iac about liny ac'lve memlxrs nut
.'OH who are eligible lor iiii'IIiIk rsliip
lie said. "Tlic inciting are held in
room furnished by the Cniversit-. , and
rem oeai in spiritual good is t.ceom
.ilislie.l. tins is the best year wc have
C. A. TagilC. of Wcshyail College, Mil
leisluirg, Ky., said: "We have an asso.
elation ! about f rty memlK'is out ot
l-'il students. The association is some
what unsittlcd now on account of the
moving of the school, which is talked of
J soon as this is decided we In ok- the
issocialioii will increase,"
Bronsou Kay, of Georgetown College
Louisville, Ky., says: "Our association
is on a good basis. We have recentlv re
irginiizcd, and the uiciiiIh.is are taking a
,'ieat interest in the work and the asms
iation is improving all the time. W
have a gymnasium."
J. C. Blasingame, of the State I'nivcr-
ity, Athens, On., savs: "We have some
cxceiieni workers in our association.
There arc 100 boys in college, and sixty
live of these are inemliers of thenssocia
tion. The college gives us a ball lor our
F. S. Dny, of Konnokc College, Salem
n., says: "We have a splendid nsso-
-'tationol nmety-five meniU-is from 131 1
M. 0. Llgou, of Wofford College, Spar- j their own interviews themselves an ex-1 MISCELLANEOUS.
tauhurg, S. C, says: "We have eighty i cellent method, by the way, if the person
five members out of 100 students in the to le quoted has sufficient time and can I
carry out their mission. Mr. Inniati Wat students, and Some of the best workers
in the State. Wc esH'cially pride our
selves on the large delegations that wi
send to the Slate Conventions,"
F. S. Ilruckman is from the Vanderbilt
University, nt Nashville, "We have
ihotit fifty members in our association,
mil It is on a good basis," he said.
"There ure 500 students in the college,
but only 2')0 are eligible for memlwrship.
i tie district convention ofthe Y.M. C. A.
prepared to go and was awaiting oui
call. Kegretting that our citizens wen
denied the pleusurenf meeting him, ami
our owu uulortunnte misunderstanding,
we ure Lewis Maddi x, Ch in.
C. A, Mookr,
C. 1). ILANTON,
S. W. Uattlk, M. D.
Yu. E. Bkkksk.
To Beit III Work noon.
Gen. P. M. B. Young arrived this morn
Inir. Anil is Inokinir ariimifl with rrferpun-
to his nnvinif contract. He repents hi. wn" bM ibm lhi y'
previous itatement that the work will lie Osgood F. Cook, of Emnrv College,
beKu" uy the first of May. Mr. W. A. Oxford, On., savs: "We have about
McDonald, who has had n great deal ol sevcnlynix ncliv'e members out of 220
also, and will uperinteud the job for We have n building given by
college, Wc have a gymnasium and are
about to fit up a room in the college for
meetings. Our association is doing
great deal ol good among the boys."
J. L. ewell,of Tiisculum College, Tenn
says: "Out ol ninety-seven students we
have eighty members. A room is given
us by the college and the boys have fur
nislied it very neatlv. I think the work
is doing much good."
J. G. Scott, 1'niversity of Virginia, says
We have about 110 members out ol
470 students. A lot has lu-cn purchased
on which to erect a building and we art-
raising money for the building now
Fitly thousand is what we cxnrvt to
raise and $4,500 was raised in about
two weeks. Our association is the only
religious instrument in the university and
we expend $2,100 a year in religious
work, A ri-L'ular chaplain is employed
by the association. The mission work
in the mountains around is a good tea
tuic ofthe work and about twenty men
ire engaged in it."
Frank C. Johusoil, of Richmond Col
lege, Richmond, Va sa.vs: "Out of lo."
men in college, we have about TO inem
liers and the iiiiiiiIkt is growing. Wc
have raised money to furnish n suit of
rooms in the college. This is the liest
year the association has ever had. We
i a great deal ot religious work. About
thiity-tivc or foitv of our inemlK-rs iit
agaged in conducting Sunday schools
ich Sunday. One is held at the peni
tentiary, one nt the alms house and one
it the old soldier's home.'
J. D. Iloskins, ot the State University.
Knoxville, Tenn., says: "We have a
very good association. About forty
seven of the l'i! students are inemliers
wc are now trying to get monev lor a
building and exK'ct to raise ten or til
teen thousand dollars. Thn-e thousand
of the amount has already Ikimi pledged."
At the session of the coiifcn-nce last
night Mr. Oliergaven lecture on how to
teach the unconverted students. and how
to pi omote a higher standard of Chris
tian living among so-called Christian stu
dents. Mr. Mott spoke on "The White
This morning Rev. W. J. b'rdinan gave
an address on "The Importance of Bible
Mr. Mott gave n lecture on what col
'ege associations should do to promote
Bible study in colleges, and Mr. Oder
made an address on "Personal Woik Or
Mniid and Applied."
This afternoon is being spent in consid
ering Inter-collegiate Relations." It will
lake until 5 o'clock, and the students will
then go to the home of Mr. H. T.Collins,
where n parlor conference will beheld.
!r. Andersen will give nn nddn-ss while
there on "The City Association and its
Claims on College Graduates," and Mr.
Scott, of the 1'niversity of Virginia, will
address them. Supirr will be served,
and they will return to the association
rooms where Messrs. Molt and OIht will
To-inorrov morning Mr. Urdinan will
give a siccial sermon to the coiilerei ce,
and in the afternoon from 4.30 to S.3o
will be a s-iecial meeting addressed bv the
students, okii to all young men. The
fan well session will lie held to-morrow
GOSSIP OF THE DAY.
be induced to Ik brief and concise.
You hear funny things somctimcsw hen
the person who makes the queer remark
is as innocent of any desire to be humor
ous us a new-born babe. In the hearing
of the Gossipcr the other day an Asheville
citizen, expressing a polite sorrow over
the fact that nn acquaintance from the
North was soon about to plume himsell
for flight, blandly remarked that he hoped
the Northerner would be back again in
town next winter to recttK'rate a wish
that was scarcely echoed by the second
party to the contract, although he is
quite fond of Asheville lir and sky himself.
The second remark was even rougher
on the recipient of its import than was
the other. Two men were discussing n
change in the condition ol a third, No. 3
having hail something of a set-back w hi'c
moving along toward an apparent com
plete recovery. 1 he two men in the con
versation are both here for their health,
although neither looks it. No, 1 was
therefore lie A-ailing the dismal fact thai
in apiiearaucr of ierlect health was not
n perfectly sure indication of it.
You cannot tell any thing about it nt
all," said he. "Look at ixior M .the
picture of health, and yet his doctor says
he's going to the dogs fly.ug. You look
well yourself, but you know that it isn't
likely that you're going to live more thai
two or three vears."
No. 2 was knocked s'H-echlcss.
Interviewing public men is not always
the easiest and most grateful feature ol
reporliirial work, although it is not nec
essarily a dithcult matter to approach
the great people and to obtain their
views on questions ot national or sec
tional interest. When the man to lie in
terviewed is Dr. Chauncey M. Iiquw
However, tne task lircomcs one ol ease
ami pleasure. The leading mrmli-r ol
the great quartette of New York repub
licans, of which the three other niemlKTS
are Piatt, lliscoek and Miller; the great
iiuiioiiu niioi w nose very eminence in
large matters requiring a wide business
Itlfl f-..M-1-il ritnm. la ...... I.. 1 I...
' ....v im ic iiiirs Ol-I ... .- t ., , ....
tweenhimniidthe hiL-h..i ,,li,i .li. A ."f. " V. " " '"'. . ar'" ol ..ireciors
....... . Y ' " "T u,e A- ill Ik- held nt the
""omni " u in wuosc pcrsonuittv is I rooms Aionuav at x o clock
ol continual interest in the fie d of nublic
vision Dr. Depew, nevertheless, finds it ,," fcn co.. iiiiorm us that
ease and nrr..,bl- t h- .....n.u ...a lm: "e '..e.r woo,. working factory
... ""-""" reiKiy to no all kinds of work in tin.
i'i '" 'i ""'"I ine met I uousenuiiiimg line, (ive them a call.
tins unquesiionaiilr profited him much.
Knnli-r llookletHand UiftH,
A complete line of Raster Booklets from
best publishers l-.astcr gitts in great
variity in rare China ami Silver iiio-cl-ties.
Ail invoice of choice Decorated
China, my own iiaiHirta tion, just received
J. II. Law.
57. .Viand CI S. Main St.
The Mountain lnrk Hotel, Hot
nprtiiKH, N. C,
Is tirstclass in every narticular. with
the liest table in the South. Pure and
abundant water mid crfccl sanitary arrangements.
1 he sccucrv is beauilfid. rlbn.-Oi. t, !
milder than' Asheville, then- In-big no
harsh winds ami no dust toirritali- weak
throats and lungs.
i lie baths in marble pools are tin- fin
est in the world and the thermal waters
ire an unexcelled sim-ilic for rheumatism.
gout, sciatica, nervous exhaustion and
all diseases of skin and blood.
l-.xccllcnt phvkicians reside nt the ho
Trains leave Asheville for Hot Springs
at i.3o a. in.. 4.3ti and 7 n. m.
lixcursioii tickets, including our day's
Isiardat .Mountain Park hotel. SV.oii.'
l or rales etc., i-ddiess
' W. G. Dooi.itTI.K.
One Itollur Hewnrd,
WeoirerONK DOLLAR reward to nnv
oiiewho will show its a sack of poor
K'UI.I.IIK KING or F.I.ICCTklC Llr.lir
I'LlM'K from our mills. Buy Asheville
Milling Company's Flour and vou are
sun- of getting the IHiST.
unit I iiiinii
The Averill I'aiut is ibeUsi n,,i . -,r.
all others. Beautiliil and economical. In
general use 25 years. Guarantied. Sam
ple card tree.
l-rrziWTkii-K Bkos. & koni htso.
marl 2 il.V vvjin Asheville.
SupiHirt Home Manufactorifs l.e- I,....
iug theirg Is. There is noU-tter l-'lour
made lor the price than IHivirir Liln
Flour. Ask vmir LT.urr l,,r ii i..l t,.L.
ArliHilc I tiNier CnrdH.
The larce stink of l .i.or rani. ...
r.siunrook s is guiim r.-ipidlv: but a few
ol the choicest still remain at'pricvs rang
ing from the chcaK-st to the more e.-IK-nsive
In. nd painted cards.
The iu-hI on llurlh. J
What an vou paving tor vour 1'l.id'K?
The Asheville Miihng Cii.'s Ku.I.I.K
M.Mi l-l.ui K, tile last on earth can la-
nail utmost aiiVL-roivr s at .rimr banel
A good strong horse suitable for d liy
cry wagon. I'owki.i. & Smpi.k
3IONTII OF MARCH
tlV-pteec IMnuer Hcta. new ili-eornllnnH.
.Ml.pti ce Te Sets, $.1 n(t.
10.iree Toilet Sets. $:i (IS und Si 7ft.
I'rown llranililc Pinner Ware at twa-thlnta
price. I'or Instance: nn tx Pinner Set fur
FINE TOILET SETS AT COST
TO CLOSE Ol'T.
All Silver I'lntecl Hollow Wiocnt
15 I'cr Cent Discount.
I will iln .li, nlr ill; litl of Nnrthrm houses
tir t'roekerv. Uhlss ntnl Cutlery.
J. II. LAW,
S7. 59 & 6l S. Main HI.
ASIIKVII.I.K, N. C.
NO HUM DUG!
HATS AND GENTS'
llnl'Nli TO UK 8lll.ll IS THB
Next Sixty Dayt !
Clone Out the Retail RumIiichh.
All this Km. I f tiooda Kill IsraiVlilut
slauKlitcrinj; Price: !
No. io Patton Ave.
ASHEVILLE A V VEKTISEMEN TS,
i AT RETAIL, t 1
For Grate, $5.00
For Stoves, . $4.50
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
I'nr sale at Wholesale anil He-tall by
ASHEVILLK COAL COMPANY,
Inclusive Aiicms lliomesllc anil Sttiinil lor Western North Carolina.
II. T. COLLINS, Pn-sident.
Ii. P..F.AGAN, Secretary
ASHEVILLE ICE COMPANY.
Pure let nuitlt from
Distillt'd 'nUr. Oflico: Xo. .so
"JUST ON THE THRESHOLD"
OF A III; BOOM, STANDS THE CITY OF ASllEVILLi;.
Now is the Time to Kuv Rinl
J. N. MOICfsAN Ac CO..
No. 3 llartiHrd Itiilldliit.
N-lmnl iuhI Colli'fX Text
I'.ooks. 11 full line. Poets, Mis
tnr.v. Koiiiiuico, Itio'iiph.v,
Tnivcl Mini "Novels, Fjniiilv
I'.il.li'.s. S. S. Pil.les mill Test
.1 incurs, Uxfonl Teilcliers'
I'.ililes, Soiifx Hooks of nil
kinds, larp'stock Stnt ioncrv.
lilniik Hooks und Ollicc i ui I
N-liool Mum ics. New litii-
Lndics' juul (iciitH Pocket
hooks just opened. I'niicv
lioods niid I lolls.
Dr. Dcpew has lor years been oneof the Nw Arf.rsi............ .
liest Iriends Ol nt-wsrunirr mrn n. n
mil the abuse of that friendship has been
very rare indeed. Deiiewr has, of course.
certain advantages over other much-interviewed
men in that he has a very wide
range of subjects on which he is thor
oughly coiiiRtcnt and willing to be
luotcd. He has his portion of the inter
viewing ceremony reducer! to an exact
science. His reception ol the reporter is
easy, 11 (Table and thoroughly pleasant
I lie customary greetincs over, the ehwr.
B. A. LKVsss-Hiiiel st. Annunrl.
NOTICS W. 11. Trnv.
Nones C. W. Malnnr.
KoTICR -IMmtinil II Kiifv1i
Jclu sC. MTiN-.Miimv t l.onu
Knrlh CmrttMttm 1 .
Io theimittrrof Ii. j AlrnUir and other.,
Not1! im hrrrttv a'ton s
May ihcdth. lM'.o ,.i it.. ....-.".i. "."'"n?Ji
court h-.u-e Inthrcllri.f Ashrvlllr. I will sell
ful New Yorker ascertain, the particular SlrM,!
suojeci nn w nun nis opinions are sought
For the 24 hours ending at V p. in.,
April 4, 1H00:
I'. R. HinNAL SSSVICR HTtTIIIN, 1
Wlnysh Hanltartura, Asheville, N. C.J
tT. . a. ioso. aa.sia w. slb. a.inorr
7 a mi3 v mill p mi litai.i SI In.'l Ix.ll v Mean
t il j To 0 8O.0 Tl.O I 4U II I (HI no
kFLATl vlt 11 t'MlfilTVr
T a i
' A l Ri'i LU T B" 1 1 UM 1 1 il T VT
(In grains per eultle fiwt of sir.)
? m I li p ni T"ii h'm T'Diliy liiean
a .una a ona j 8 4
(Cur. for alt. At ten.)
"WIND. I WMATIIUR.
t'orcelsrateQ to 101
0 to 41 JCIeartoCI'dy.
Osont Of possible amount, 40 per cent.
TBMPBKATVHB, April 8.
T a. Bl. 48.8. 8 p. m.
KARL vox KVCK. M. D.,
the trustees of the college for a gymnas
ium, and are fitting it up with appa
ratus. The spiritual side of the work is
also doing well. At our Friday meet
ings we hnvenn average attendance ol
lot) students. The boys have nn organ
ized plan of pcrsonn! work, which they
urc carrying out very well."
J. D. Rust, from the State University,
Columbia, S. C, says: "This is the most
successful year we hnve ever had in our
association. There nre 23." students in
the college and seventy-five are members,
We arc effecting a great deal of good
spiritually, and nre raising money for a
building. One thousand dollars has nl
reudy liei-n raised, und wc want $,000
J. L. Keslcr, of Wake Forest College,
N. C, inys: "Wc have 1015 members out
of 1H0 students and are doingsnme good
among the boys. A rcvivul is now being
conducted by the members, from which
nate In lluncnm rrnuni. North t-a...uH-
n,l m., h... .11 i .u ...:.!.. , ...... "T" '" pn inr water. 01
.'mi .ii n .iiiuiiiii 111111K, cio I . iw. itnu minA-n as me 1. 11, Alexan.
man of Dr. Dce w's range nndexiierience Vaiuahi, ,Wm 'mMm" oja vr
renuircs more than a hint if he is in the L,a:.An "mllvhiwl Intemt, eon.l.tlnx of one.
ight hiimor-nnd Deiiew irnernllv Is- iho.a,i ni riand kor 7hV.n.
. . I mnuniflis ' '
nmitlieremninderofthenporter'.work a. A troV i hnditd acre. !,.,
is usually to sit in a state of passive re- i',,.',n' w,n" "f Kmms crn-k Very ileh
ceptivity and follow the sensible, author- . " uniilvided nnMlermth tnirrr.t In s
native remarks that flow glibly, logic he... w.Trr. TtlV'ZnX' PVOZ 2 Sl
ally und of course interestingly from the P't'.'I' . . . .
, ... I Terms of a!f. 10 per ci-nt. la esiih In nrr
man who can probably assemble larger nuaths and balance In one ami
dinlieniTS and more diversified in ityle Oranil ch.ne. t. .ci
and greater in numlier than nnv other T,u,.m"V.. . . .
. u r I ' 1 1 V IPUH 01 DUH-
I comix county.
This April 8. mm.
C. W. MAI.ONK,
Jf. ? u5u5 J AtA " ""tfd to me
ontlir JUl dny of Augiim. IhdO, lit J. A
llrnmmmtil 11... t , . . .
public mun in the country.
The fault with too many people is that
they express a deadly fear of reporters
when they nre approached for an inter
view. It matters not whether the sub- 'J,Y, . "m' Flor , lirnmmonii; hi.
tret on which their opinion Is desired is Hlnt Hundred and iwvrnty-cv.o n'maril
the problem of . future state or the loc. d,5;'mhdCd'.::: '"m ol.VrToV
tion of a new town pump they "nosi- 1 '. f '"i?1 '''rtderfur cash, at the court
ii-U . . 1 i', jriT;"., ? '7' A.ncviue, n thr
".jiflHiiubwuiivitii, .it micr ueinir 1 .otT, mwi, a i-ertain rHi-rr or
duly pleaded with they profes. . reluc ftyWhiK
tnnt assent and deliver their world-slink omU inBooi'Sa ,7'Sl',"r", '" V"
idfj m.J.iln.i. with m .!.. ......I. u J . I !V. I?. R. Hf f .
f " k., m miyj tt a,MTlV Villi a I -j-. BWIMVrtll U. nl JH V It 1. 1,,
bnltliia deliberation that ions .1-1 "'rB MM Tm.tee,
up both speaker and listener. The only NwT,CB
proper way for these rery cautious per-L.Nn,,w "fih ivntutht reisilvrs and
sonnirrs to he .nf l.firH lh . ...... !"n! ' (he 1'rrahytrrlnn eeme.
THE PLNLANQ HOTEL PROPERTY
At Pljivoii Hltt-r,
I nr II llnrl llitr ur .,rr,-r r. ..t. k..
1 , . ,T, M.iMirriv niin lie me I ,11
.land llolrl i.rum-rlv al l-i.ron klver ilt.t
a 1 li- w. N 1 H K . e..ltintf r to n.-n.
1 inn iiinn. nu.ly .1111. nil and iBituis.
will a Inn lurjr hruk htnim conliiiiiinu It
rooms iMuem. r wlih l.nrn.. sialilrs, fine
ii'ur unniin hiiii mi nrcr.tiurv outliuilillnus
II l ii-rliilii y ,.nr nl the nlii'.t iilncrxn W.n.
n Minn l Hinllim ..r a h.nin or I Ik hnlrl
emu "inipllia won thr iiuiml
-in illl t ill tl HMti-r fritin u .i.rl.... ul.i. -i... .
1I..11 .ullnirnt to forcr the mil.r lulu nm
p hi in me nuu. 1 ne scenery Is unnur
Ttii. nrnnrrtv Will lir M.l.l i.n Inn.
esehnnuril Inr .hevlllr iroH-riy, Impr.ieril
... , r imroi-uiura auuma
lit Anhrvillc. N. C.
o.. NATT ATKINrtllN At HON
Vou may think price, arc l.inh I Hut they are bound to Ko higher, as past experience Bus
A.hevllle Is the best known, the moit beautiful, the u.n.t healthful and themn.t prosrr
Ive city In this State. Vou cannot invest your capital to better advuntuire than riKht here
in this garden spot of the mountain.
o jomeehoh-rbrKMln. In i-ity lot, d .ulmrhnn properties can be had by cabin.- nt our
JENKS & JEXKS,
Real - Estate - and - Insurance.
Wooiiih o X 10, Mc Afee BlocU, a8 Patton Ave., AHheville.N. C.
LliWIS MAllIll X. l-irs
U. V. McLul'l). VU-e-l-res.
IilKKCTossi-ljewls Maddux, M.J. Hearden. M.J. Fac-ic J
... u a , 4xi AIL'LtOIIU.
I. B. RANK IN. Caahlrr.
H. Rankin, j. B. Ray, j. B. Reed
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, -
Organised May 1st, 18NH.
CAPITAL, 850,000. SURPLUS,S15,(XK
State, County and; City Depository.
. s lieneral linn k In Bu.iae-... deposits received. B.ch.nn bouKht and sold Col
lections made on .11 .ccrs.il.lc point.. The Saving Feature will receive sp.l .ttenU....
Ooall num. in thl. department, deposited lor four i.nutns or Inawr, interest at the rate
of 4 perernt. per annum will be paid.
Sliedal aiti ntion iriven to lo. n r.l estate, which w.ll he placed for Ion. time oa rial
Open Irom tl a m. to 3 p. m. on Saturday, the Savin Ikp.rttuent will beopeatill a p.m.
loot .1 1 v
Only 8 Miles from Aslieville 011 Hie A. Ac S. Railroad and
Thr nnatr.1 nunilnr and variety of mineral .prinK to be found in the South.
48 SpriiirH on Less Than Acres.
Illll1vlunl lrM .... l . . '
Ullintir. fin ail.sn. .
r ti.un.l. Mnv nre l.uvunr Iota 1.1 hnll.l r..,. . !! i iLr"""S ,on,c
M.lv. rti... ih- 1. ' ' r: . 1... ip nrxanm
.... ,..H- mi, , rim wairr. nn.rd .n h. t.. -
at nominal pri.ra to .ilrirtiar
$20 to $jo Per Mouth, or Si Per Day.
01111 to the owner: or better vt
Oieat improvements will be made nnt
m. and re turn nt T p. m. fare 33 cent..
OTIS A. MILLER,
Skyland P. O., N. C.
Ht-rcrt'lliTII. trvtlniimllllil. rlr i.n I... t..l I.. .. .1.1.... ... .l
lM(.rr.t..li.invllr.l u.i..XCT".,'r"Sjr-0war ?r f- "nyonr
T'liin lciv- Af-WvHIr nt W.ofl a
ForinrthtT iniurmtiiinti wriir in
(atliAl.l.li 1-hiil'liKAI.S Willi rroHw-ri at
- the iiltl,. .f th.. U...u...i.i .
Trmaiirv lirnnrltnent Waahltmiun n
unlll 11 oVIiHk ii. m . nn the 'j'j.l a.. ne a...ji'
lino, for nil In. Inlior and ma erlnf.rrnulrril
in inr rmiiiin .nil Completion or l he V
Court House and I'nat IIHIi-e lull ilinir
Aahevl le. N e , lnipri.aehra and hrnilnu an-
,.....,i.t- 1,01 ni-iutii-,i m arcoruiitice wllh Ihr
ilniwlnim and snreltientloiia. nnj. ...1.1. .t.
may lir hn i on applieallon at this olfice or
.mux- .. inc niiirnnimiii-nl.
Kneh hid muat lir u-i-omiiHni-il l.w .
fled ihrek for SRoO. '
Thr iH-linrtincnt w-ll relret all bids received
... " "sco ior niH-hlnR the an inr;
iilao hlila which li not comply atrletly with
all thr rnpilrt mrnla of thla Invltnllon.
nni:j, luo. jas. II. WINIiKIM,
. ... . uiwrdalnK Architect.
marSSdflt tu Ih aut
An .rtnn iifiiinra I'lnn. .... , . ....
hr aold elieim. Thr iii.tninirnt m.u 1 --
1 1 ' u il . 1 . ., : 11
... ,. - ii,h.,v aiiire, nnrin .Main MtrrrL
1 ... . . " I'ATTIIN,
lanl'B dl AilmT of Bilward Wrddin
Thr atnr. N'a 10 p...... .
- " V - .'".iniiurr lllllllin. IIOUM,
I'osaalon Kivrn M111 I. Apply t
a nrw T-rnom nnnaa on iiiii ..
I , , . . L. ' ""lcr "iienen. Alaii.midv
by lat April, one T-rnom houae nn liuttrlc.
atreel. s.mrat-commoriutlona. Iloth hou.ra
iM-nutlfully located, w lib dower .nr.lrn. Ap-
t rt n nil n.
mr a ntr Vmmil.icr Huupc.
00 M WITH BOARD.
I1.4 -! aB.1 . .
air inmiii 1 nnnnrrsii n a w. osbih ma-m
nrrllni rooms lo Irl with Hoard, No. 1 1 Ilia-
1 on . arae. .ireet) mini hnuae-
" " anro d at
A l.riie houae. niN Patina a..... u.-.
emitlftpiMl.l. ... . 1
T.... ... airrei ear lint.
oclHdllm MRS.J. I.. SMATHHRS.
A iraiH-eiahie woman ran obtain a (food
situation by appl vIiik nt thr
i.raii dtf 1 llll.liKHN'S IIOMB.
Icrul backsliders have been rccluiuicd."
... - - , r-. 1 T J ..... - iihiiii nin-ri will lit Willi ned on
report of their own utterances is for ifciSfi i'?;,,? f'; ,nm h 'rvbytrrian
them to follow the exumole of Srnalnr I Irs are nan
I Hoar, of Massachusetts, and wriu out I pToMt
1 . ...v.. v.. Hiiuaniii IS lor I ..h...u i. .."in .' it 1'iirnai
ten conversions hn. rra.itte.l ,l .. ih. r..n .l . . ' furc" to Willow atrrtt, and unlrat Ibr boo
. , , . . """"""" inc example Ol Senator are removed within iio days the work will
w. B Tall Y,
upl, of Strnu.
I'OR RKNT FOR OPFICK.
On aeronil floor ol Nob. us and So Patton
nvenur. on, suit ju-t ...eniril l.y Vr vCS
Kuek. Al.oolhrr. on anine floor, and one
nrw room on third Moor. Al.o adnul.leeot.
nlrV. r. w lrc,t' r"f. , trnanla, of
osi; of Tim
IS TUB HOL'TII.
StnTt Can intoti thr
I'oor every 15 j
y WALK FROM COURT fiO.
l.1T',rT5'i' . I T A B L K
11 'iij ' w.r.irm i
rr!!!f V Wi IZTf I FIRST-CLAH8
Pot tcrrtm aililrrM
GHEENAVELL Sc IIAUGAX. PROFRS.
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
ai7 Haywood Street.
All WATI-R THOROIGHLV FILTKRKO on the PremUe.
Twenty Bve years of praetiral experience, combined with l-SNSONAt, alien tloa to all d.
tnlli of thr hualnea. and Mrrfeet .rranurment. for i-lpaxmnkss and riairv of all Rood,
manufactured, enable the proprietor to unarm to hla numerous patron, a raperior rlaaa of
Carbonated lk veranea.
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphons.
(linger Ale and all (he Tnrlnus flavors of SODA WATKR ready for shipment Sod delivered
f town orders muat have MMSi-ONSinLB rrfere.ee.
C. H. CAMPBELL.
Irer In City limits. Out
ASHEVILLE WOOD COMPANY.
ALL KINDS OF WOOD AND KINDLING. ESTABLISHED 1888.
OFFICE WITH YARD. 28 NORTH COURT SQUARE, NEXT TO ICOTTI LUMBER YARD. '
Klectrlc Cars Paaa Office Door.
A. II. & C. E. LYMAN, Owners.
a ISM '
mnn iIMm nun
PLUMBING, STEAM AND GAS FITTING,
TIN AND SLATE ROOFING,
ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK..
Plans and Specification Furnished on Application
We bare thorouiih mechanic. In each line who h.e had many years- caprrlrnee In thru
WrVaa anlcly ouaraiitre our patrons satlslkctlna la our work, a low future.
nALLAKD, RICH & BOYCE.
Oa aood real estste sreuritr,
- ... . WIBR 1 UUU
Buda-er, Carter ai Martin.
WINE AND LIQUOR .. STORE
IN THB STATE.
FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.
i. a. -A.ot.ARDT, vr; NO. 43 S. MAIN ST., ASHEVILLE. N. C