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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN : WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 0, 1890.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
J. D. CAMUKON, Editor.
II. I). CHILI), Husiness Manager.
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Inted and widely reutl ncwapnper in Weatern
wrui v. anion,
I ta (liacuaaiun uf nubile men and menaurea
la in the intercut of public intrurity, honeat
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 0. IK'.IO.
T1H-: l411 V CITIZKN
la on anlc at the following plucca iu Aallcvillc
IIATTUKV I'AKK NKWS STAND.
C.I.KN KlKK NHWS STAND.
MOIUil. CIliAK STllKK. I'utlon Ave.
J. CAKSO.VS MiWS STOKli, North Court
PERTINENT AND PERSONAL
BOGUS ORDER RACKET.
GOSSIP OF THE DAY.
The echoes of Dvpew interviews that
ANOTHER NEGRO TRIES HIS conic to us through the Northern news-
HAND AT IT. mwiktb would appear to inilicale that
the noted orator' opinions reiiiirdint
He In Cauiflit but lvatapea-The certain Southern institutions nr.' modi-
Order In a liood piece of For.
eery, but it Itldn't uo Mr.
News) About AHlievllllana and ol
Mtraiiicern Within Our Galen,
Pr. W. D. Hilliurd returned vesteriluv
M. 0. Allen, of .Milium, X. V., is at the
R. P. Heard, of Philadelphia, is rej;is
tereel at the Glen Koek.
G. W. Frcelwl'cr, of Indianapolis, is reji
istered at the Glen Koek,
There were iiinetv-uiiie arrivals at tin
lending hotels yesterday.
R. Mrk'inley, of St. Catharines, (Int.,
is at the Battery Park.
u. w . cnivvtord, a lawver ol .Marion.
was in the city this ni. irn injj.
Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Bonlton are at tin
ilattery Park from New York.
Pr. Kernstriun and son are registered
at the Glen Roek from Charleston.
J. C. Wheeler, of Great Harrington,
Mass., is registered at the Glen Roek.
Capt. M.J. FajiK has returned from Al
abama, where he has a plantation.
Maj. V. II. Malone returned yesterday
from a visit to Tate's Springs, Tenn.
Mr. and Mrs. II. V, Anuel are at tin
Glen Roek. They are from Gencsco, X. Y.
J. M. Williams ami Mrs. Perry, of Chi
eavi, are rejjisteml at the Ilattery Park.
G. It. Thomason, a irominent litisiuesi
man of Old Fort, sjient to-ilay in Asheville.
Mr and Mrs. I'.rev R. Peiton, ol New
York, are at the Swanuanoa for a feu
Mrs W. II. Ilnreh and child and Mrs
Prewitt, of Nashville, Tenn., are at tin
L. N. Keating. X. McGtafl ami C
Pearhoru are at the Swannanoa from
Geo. Ileek, of Knoxville, who has re
eently purchased proKrtv iu West Aslic-
ville, is in the city.
The class surrouurtinj; the front pia.za
of the Ilattery Park hotel was taken
A. Van Santwood and Miss A. T. Vai
S.iiitwood, of New York, are registered
at the Ilattery Park.
Chiis. E. Pitman nnd Miss Mary Pii-
tan, of Amsterdam, N. Y., are registered
at the Swannanoa.
One of the oien ears of the street rail
way was put into use this morning for
the first time this season.
C. C. .MeCarty nnd wife hare sold li
C. T. Raulsaud K. A. Sumner a lot on
Il.ivwood street for $2,000,
Rev. S. N. Ilarker, president of the
Ashevillc l'euiale College, hai gone to
Abingdon, Ya., on n business trip.
Massachusetts is represented at the
Ilattery i'ark ny franklin Weston, ol
I'alton, and F. Green, of Cambridge.
The drujjs for the I-'lowcr Mission will
lie purchased this month from Cnrnii-
chad's and the groceries from McDonald
Another negro with n bogus school or
der showed up yesterday. lie was not
as successful as his predecessor although
like him he mude his escape.
The mun first went to the store of Mr.
Hall iu West Asheville and presented the
document for payment mid offered to
discount it, because of its not liciug due
for several mouths. Mr. Hall, however,
was suspicious and refused to buy it.
The fellow left the store and went across
the river to the place of business of Mr.
T. S. Morrison and ugain askeil to have
it discounted. Policeman Green Imp
IK'tied to be in at that time and he put
the fellow under arrest ami took the oi
ler from him. On the way over town
the negro made his escape and could not
be found again.
The order was turned over to Ollicer
llampton and Mr. Staines udmitteil
La,t the signature of approval was wtui-
derlully like his own. The initials wen
wrong but in other respects it was a lim
piece of forgery. The order read :
I'o the Treasurer of the Hoard of lidiiea
tiou Puucomlx' county, Stale of North
Pay to W. S. Rlakely or order twenty
two dollars on or alter the lust Monilax
ii July, lS'.lll, for service rendered as car
; 'enter and charge the same to district
So. 4 of said county and lor so doing
.his shall lie your warrant.
This third day ol March, ISim.
Rout. H mu-:N.Com.
Approved: R. II. Staknks.
This is the second time in three weeks
that a bogus school older has lieen
thrust on an unsuspecting public by ne
groes. The lust netted $10 to the lor-
,'cr and the second might have ln-cn sue
.esslullv worked. It is these things that
make Mr. Starnes rise and explain.
"Whenever a school order is presented
lor pavment to anv merchant in this
town," he said this morning, "it should
fieri, or more properly made more radi
cal, to suit Northern tastes as the great
interviewed one progresses toward the
nests wherein the republicans hatch out
victories for their favorites and the dem
ocrats light mote or less of a losing bat
tle. It is, perhaps, quite natural that
such should be the case: but at the same
time it is ruthcrn peculiar circumstance
that Pr. Pcpcw should have waited until
he reached the Northern stronghold le
I'ore he expressed some of the opinions
that have since come to us. Iu Northern
publications that are so widely quoted
as the great metropolitan sheets any
views expressed would ot course obtain
a wide Southern circulation, anil it was
not quite iu accord with Pr. PcK.'w's
usual straightout style to delay the de
livery of his honest sentiments until he
was in the house of his friends. Perhaps
his opinions as last printed are after
thoughts, however, anil didn't occur to
him until he was out of reach of the
There is one factor iu the South that is
ol considerable iuinortanee nowadays.
and it is a pleasant anil profitable thing
(or the South to make his stay pleasura
ble and a matter of business success, and
thereby to induce more of him to come
and be among us. The Northern capi
talist, ranging in imiHirtance tiom the
huge Vandcrbilt and Standard Oil in
terests down to the comparatively
little fellows who have perhaps
but n few thousands to invest,
is abroad in the laud in force: and as the
natural wealth ol certain portionsof this
section are unfolded to liiiu, and the arti
ficial wealth created by land and building
'looms makes its importance real and
notable, he is eager to take chances in the
in w lottery that promises such rich re
turns, and his money and his presence'!
immediately lieeoine of assistance iu in
creasing thewealthol thecouiitrv. liver
visiting business man whose opinion is
value near his home is in constant re
The Jewish population of Palestine has
increased wonderfully in the lust five
yenrs In 171 Palestine hnd only 8,000
Jews: in 1K83 there were 20,000, uml in
the end of 1NHH over 70,000 were re
ported to be dwelling in and around the
Eastler IlookletHaud iilfta.
A complete line of Ivnster Uooklctsfroni
best publishers Easier gifts in great
variety in rare China nnd Silver novel
ties. An invoice of choice Decorated
China, m v own importation, just received.
I. II. Law,
57, r9 nnd 61 S. Main .St.
The Dally CltUeia.
Is always alive to the interests ol
Ashevillc and its people.
Is the most popular advertising me
dium in North Carolina.
Is read by a greater number of people
than any other secular paier in the
Is always filler! with the choicest read
ing matter of the day.
Hoarding houses till their rooms by ad
vertising iu the Citizkn.
News, and all the news, makes the Cit
izkn a general favorite.
No retail merchant ever made n great
success without advertising. Try the
An advertisement in the Citizkn pays
the advertiser an hundred-fold.
ASHEVILLE A I) I EK TISEMENTS.
Koliert drowning is t lie first poet whose
voice lives lifter death. Science achieved
that immortality for him. He spoke one
into u phonograph, and Drowning s It
iug voice can lie heard by those yet tin
Horn il the little cylinder is preserved,
CREATES nmny a new business;
EXLAKHES many un old husiness;
h'EVIVES nmny a dull business;
h'ESCl'ES nmny a lost business;
SA VES nmnv a tnilinir business'
I'KESER 'IiS nmnr a arize business,
SEC I 'KES success in anv business,
To wtvcrlisc juiliciouslv, use the col
umns ol'" Tbe Citizen." Everybody reads
it; and in protioithn to the returns
yields udvei tisers, its rates are the cheap
est in tliecountiY.
tlways lie reluse.l unless the parlies are I . - , n.(.sla , ,, .
i i i ... t
inmii. itiim oni in coniii v eau niwavs
A gentleman trom Wayback township
jot on the electric ear at the depot a lew
days ago and took his seal with seeming
fear and trembling. When the ear started
he was all ecs and for the first four oi
live hundred yards he was apparently
attempting to solve some deep problem
Finally the conductor passed by and the
Wayback resident slopped him.
"Pon't you have no horses on this
car?" he asked anxiously.
"Nary n horse," replied the conductor.
"Will, how does the cai ruu, anyway ?"
The conductor saw his opportunity for
"Why, that man in front runs it." he
answered, nt the same time pointing to
"Gosh, does he ? I liet he gets mighty
tired. How does he do it with that
"That's it," replied the blue-coated
official shortly and went totheend of lin
For a few moments the countryman
sat in silence, but when the car came to
the grade on South Main street it was
too much for him and he went back to
his friend the conductor to gain some
more useful information.
"Poes that poor fellow have to pull lin
ear up this grade ?" he asked.
"Yes sir," replied the second George
Washington. "That's just what he has
'Well, he'll have n thiindcrin' hard
timpfif it- wnn'l Ul Q.,1. . U. .
Mr and Mrs. Ja. F. Pwight, Miss vt 0ff ,,,) wn,'t '
one weak-looking man like that to have
to pull me up this hill."
"Oh, tuke your seat," replied the con-
orable opportunities forinvestuientsth.-
may present themselves, and the ilex
twelvemonth will see a (leal of interest i
ihe South manifested in substantial form
by outside capital. In the consequent
distribution ol good tilings Ashevillc
ought to have a very considerable share
Her advantages and excellencies hav
been widely advertised bv enthusiastic
people who have come here seeking lo re
store their hcnllh and have met with
And uu ObliuliiK Conductor fur. wholly unanticipated success, and the
"Land ol'theSky"oiiglu to liencomfort
pay Us teachers and laborers. It liar
money on hand and is prepared to meet
II bills when they are presented. If it
should ever occur that a teacher's s.d.-ir
annul be paid at the end of the mouth
the ti-.-u.hcr will not Ik- hired.
Il is a very good plan to cash no or
HE WANTED INFORMATION.
able place for ieople to contemplate who
hapK-ii to own proK-rty in North Caro
lina's most favored spot.
Mabel Pwight and Miss Edith Latham,
of Stuck bridge-, Mass., are quartered in
The auction sale of lots on Charlotte
street by Natt Atkinson & Son will take
place to-morrow nt 11 o'clock. Free
rides on the street cir will be one of the
conveniences to purchasers.
The monthly meeting of the Indies'
committee of the Y. M. C. A. will lie held
to-morrow, April 10, at 5 p, m., in the
boys' room of the association. All mem-
Iters are requested lo be present.
Apparently they did not agree, for n min
ute later he slepied up to his new friend
"Have you iiot the rmht time?" he
I'ursuant to an orner oi the Hoard oil asked.
County Lommissioners all theold records "To a minute," responded Hint worthy
in tuc uinee i me eiers ui me superior nnd reached for his watch.
court will soon lie indexiu. This has t the countryman did not wait
neen im.i a iiv.. ii.i uuu win ucn material "I have got bast Tennessee t ine." he
aid to tnosc using books. - uuvu i wj Kt witl.
vou " nnd
The monthly meeting of the Young I stepping into the cur he run his watch m
Woman's Christian Trmneriitir f.,i.. to the indicator,
luctor. "He's used to it. That's w hat
we keep him for."
The man did as he was told, and until
the top of the hill was reached he kept
quiet. Then the fare indicator caught he was assessed $5 hit hands went up
him and he studied it earnestly for sev- holy horror.
erul minutes. Finally he took his watch , '1",kc. me ,to llle "'""TV quick boss,"
from hi. pocket and compared the two. "f C 1 "l " to w"rk
i nomas justice was tilled $3 tor ill
treating his horse.
Yesterday gave us a foretaste of tl
magnificent weather that we are assured
we may cxput now for the next two
months. People who depart for thei
homes in the North at this season are
missing some of the Inst and most glori
ous ol the eveellent things out of nature's
store that ire lavished upon this siot.
IN TIIK MAYOR'S t'OI HT,
A 1'rlRonerWlio will Not do Any
W ill Simmons was drunk last night
and wlien the Mayor s conn was opened
this morning he smilingly acknowledged
"rive dollars and costs," said Mayor
lllauton curtly, and the culprit settled
back iu his seat. When two other eases
were disposed of he was asked if he could
pay his line.
"I guess I could it 1 wauled to," he
remarked, "but 1 don't want to. I am
going to let you all keep me for u while
and see how you like it
"Whats that?" asked Mayor lllau
"I say I nm going to let you keep me,"
he answered, "nnd what's more I nin't
going to do a stroke of work either."
"Take that mun to the stone quarry,"
said the Mayor turning to an ollicer,
and don't let him have a mouthful to ent
if he don't work, and tell the foreman nt
the quarry I will have him discharged if
lie lets the prisoner escaiie."
Simmons was a sadly crestfallen man
ns he stepied from the room.
J. W. Stephens was also up for U'ing
drunk. He hnd to have n trial Ix-for.. I.
could lc convinced of his guilt 'and when
will be held in the Y. M. C. A. hall to
morrow (Thursduy) afternoon, at 4
o'clock sharp. All young ladies arc cor
dially invited to lie present, either at visi
tor or members of the union.
He left the ear at Court Place.
A Ml raw Hide,
A pnrty of young ladies and gentle
men, clinieroned by Mrs. Frank A.
Mitchell, of Norwich, Conn., indulged in
Application May Now be Made to
Another important matter relative to
IK'iisioners has just been decided by the
Stale auditor. Notice of it lias been
received at the office of the clerk of the
superior court. It is nt follows:
Ai'tnroK's Pr. pa htm k nt,
R.l.i:iiiil, N. C April a, 1U0.
Pear Sir: In reply to inquiries re
ceived at this office I will sav that all no
plicnnts for pensions can, tinder the last
act ol the legislature, make their ntiiili-
cations and athdnvils before justices of
Tbe Mountain Park Hotel,
Hprluits), N. C,
Is firstelass iu every particular, with
the best tabic in the Smith. Pure and
abundant water and iK-rlect sanitary ar
rangements. The scenery is lienutifiil, climate much
milder than' Ashevillc, there being no
harsh winds and no dust to irritate weak
throats and lungs.
The baths in marble pools are the fin
est in the world and the thermal waters
are an unexcelled sK-cilic for rheumatism,
gout, sciatica, nervous exhaustion ami
all diseases ol skin and blood.
Excellent physicians reside at the ho
tel. Trains leave Ashevillc for Hot Springs
at 7.30 a. in., 4-.3U and 7 p. in.
Excursion tickets, including one day's
board at Mountain Park hotel, $4.50.
For rales etc., ."ddress
Adv. W. 0. Pooi.itti.H.
Wills Itros., architects, having oiene(l
nn office in Ashevillc for the practice of
their prolession, would call the atten
tion ol parties about to build to the fact
that they have had n varied exierience
in eastern cities and abroad and are pre
pared to design iu the most modern
styles all kinds of buildingson the best
ami most approved scientific principles.
Having been well educated in the prac
tical construction of buildings and ulter
wards having n thorough professional
iraiuing in the artistic and scientific
branches they can confidently place
themselves belore the public usthe equals
. .I an v iu the South.
Wills llros. will lie pleased to see any
one intending to build, nt their office or
correspond with them, nnd to show
sketches nnd pcrseclivcs of work done
eisewnere ny tliem and to consult about
iiuildiiigs in contemplation.
Wills Hkos. Architects.
Ashevillc, X. C. and Knoxville. Tenn.
Hlice iu Harnnrd building. P.O. box 554
Tbe Children's) I.euKue.
The Ministering Children's League will
give an entertainment at Mattery Park
suit unlay. April 12. at 3.1)0 n. m.
The children will lie assisted by some
ladies and gentlemen, with music and a
recitation. There will he some scenes bv
the children themselves, and after the
IK'ilormanee refreshments can lie had.
The mcmlx'rs of The league iu addition
to their other nets of charitv have un
dertaken the care of two children in the
Children's Home, and the object of the
entertainment is to increase the relief
hum. All interested m the work of the
little tolks ore cordially invited to come,
and aid them in their good deeds. Ad
mittance, Jo cents.
The AHltevllle citizen uiven
The latest local news.
The freshest Slate news.
The best general news,
(icncrnl and sneeial comments.
The largest subscription list of any
secular pajier m the State.
The la-st advertising medium in the
a nm stnii oi nine editors and corres
The neatest, newsiest mid most enter
prising pa tier in North Carolina.
Its ellorts nre always devoted to the
iipliuililmg tiud development of the re
sonant of the State, particularly the
Subscription, SO ier annum; $3 six
mounts; oil cents kt month.
They Return Thank.
Asiikvii.i.k, X, C. April 8. lH'lo.
The teachers of the colored iiuliisiri.il
school return sincere thanks to nil who
so kindly assisted in the concert at Hat-
lery rark lust Saturday nmht. We nlm
extend a cordial invitation to visit our
seliool at 240 College street.
I'. V. Ki ssi ix.
Ii. C. I.KVLKI.Mi,
A. II. Polk.
One Itollur Reward.
We offer 1 INK llllLLAK reward to nm
one who will show us n sack of poor
tint I 1,'U L'lVi! ... I.-. t,.'-..,.
.-..',..( rvi..i ..r i.i.i.v. I HIV, Ultjll I
Fl.OI'R from our mills. Huv Ashevillt
Milling Ci.r.uianv's Flour and Vou lire
sureol getting the 1IEST.
TheAvcrill Paint is the liest. Omwi-nn
an otners. iicuutilul and economical. In
general use 23 years. Guaranteed. Sam
ple card tree.
i-itzpatkick Mhos. & Rohkbtson.
Support Home Manufactories bv but-
lilt thciruoods. There is niil-ll,T .'l,.,',r
made for the i,ri. tlx... I.lr-t.. t ;..!.
Flour, Ask your if nicer fur it niwl't,,!,.. I Hihlt'M. S. X. Itihlou ntwl Tuut
...1. - , , - -j - - . iv, m
i AT RETAIL, i 1
Fur Grate, - - ...
Hot "(lie at WlKik-sitlc mid Kclllil by
ASHEVILLE COAL COMPANY,
Kxcluaive Auents ili.inu-stic nnd Stcnnil lor Western North Carolina.
MONTH OF MARCH
lltt-pii-ce I .Inner Ketft, new .leeorutiiins,
flrl-pieee Tr Sets. 93 (1.1.
to-pieee Toilet Sets. :i HA nnd 7.1.
Brown llrnmhle llinner Wnre uttwo-thirits
price. Fur liistunce: an Sis llinner Met for
FINE TOILET SETS AT COST
TO CLONK OUT.
All Silver I'lnted Hollow Watt nt
25 Per Cent Discount
I will din, lleate nli hills of Northern House
for Crockery, Ulnas anil Cutlery.
J. II. LAW,
57i 59 & 61 H. Main St.
AKII KVIt.LK, N. C.
NO HUMBUG !
HATS AND GENTS'
Hol'NII TO 11 B HOLD IN T1IK
Next Sixty Day!
Clone Out the Retail RuHlnetta,
All this Stock of (lauds will lie M.I.I nt
No. 10 Patton Ave.
J. N. MORGAN & CO,
No. 3 Barnard Building;.
School and Collire TVxt
Hooks, n full line. Pouts. IIik-
A. Ik '
wry, noma nee. liioirrnn iv.
Travel nnd NovoIh. Fnniilv
The Hem on Knrth.
HinentH, Oxford TVm-hcrH
Hi Dies, SSonff HookH of nl
What nre yon ..nviiiKforvourFLOIR? iiAn l Vi?".
The Asheville AiiiimH co.'i koLlbr KindH,lnrBtoek Stationery
KINO FLOt'K, the liest on earth enn be Bin Ilk Hooks II lid Offit'e (UK
...,u ,.w.t .uiyKroeer s at Hi tier Parrel. icnOOl Sllpplil'8. New lille
qTMr. F.. ('.. Carrier offers to-day for Ludit'tt' Ulld (JentH1 I'ocket-
salc a valuable iroertv, the Sulphur hookn illttr ntuutuul L,,
8.rinK Hotel, ineludinu fifty nereU of A,"? . , , f ' ,MM
land, on easy terms. Tins should find a OOU8 and UollH.
ready iirehaser. fchioitiv
Irtf" Head Tun Citizkn Ticket in fur.
miehael's advertisment. Cut it out and
et n Klass of bis Inmous VhipcdCreain
00,11. rHKK Uf HAKOK.
Mr. 8. P. Brittain, of Hen.lersonville. a moo,iliKht straw rirle Inst niKht. They "' I ' " " ... SfK
N. C, who has been keening the Frank- went to the Bungalow and Sulphur ruired to come before the clerk of the
lin bouse, at rrnnklin, N, C, for the past Springs. The young ladies were Misses "l"or court. Hut 111 every instance in
two years, has gone into partnership Birdie and Nellie Conway, ot Philndel- hiSh t,'e "Hi'lnvits are mude belore a
with Mr. A. A. Banks, proprietor of the phin. Mis. Alice Ray mond.of Providence, 'B vTZ
Hotel Robinson, nt Tallulnh Falls, Ga., R. I., and Miss Hnttie Allen, of Norwich, pcrior court shall be attached declarinir
I 1 ,1. . f l ii . . , r - 11 -a : -1 . 1 u 1 1 , ,1 , ,1.- . ... . ... I.. . -i .. : ... t .
u.iu iuhhiiiji w .uwu.ib.i.ii 1 tew iinici, 1 wuiio.) ui. nk.fiii..j mi u.i- ownnnnnoa. pwnu,, mm enii.ii. iu ijc a jus
at Clnrksville. Ga. The voumz oentlemcn were lulinn tWr- lit' of I'10 '''" ns such Icuatly
r. ' Hiill..l n M CiiniM,, r r ""drcKUlarlv in the county in which .he
Aa nmny Coming re olnB. "ns. E. H'lliard, B. H, Sumner, L. P. application is made, this liing a regular
Apnl is usually considered to be . w: - ...K, .... e.. j,m.
ratberdullmonthinAslievilleowingtothe Willi m Hcairolalnn.
fact that It il too late for the winter visit- Hd. Donahue end T. L. Harbin fell with
orsand ratherearly furtheiummer.nndit a seuffolding yesterday on which they
bss been reoorted rather wbti-lv thnf 'h I um wnrklnir nnd wr .n.ft.tlv Im!,.m.i
crowd 1. leaving here. Mr Winburn, the The men were at work on a new building cUAtiirtA cT'. "LJionl
division passenger agent of the Western on Southside avenue and had put up the knowledge with grateful thanks there-
provision of the law as to all documents
wnien are to ue tiled inanother county,
Yours Truly, 0. vv. Sandkhi.in,
Card of Thanks.
II . S. McDulTev
.B.rhI',o 0 ,,tTd"'r "' e.eeuten to me
nn the am ( f AUKUit. I Hhfl, ,v I. A.
Iiruiun.un.1 nnd Pl..ra L. Iirummoiid. hi.
L1.1.. ii! j' l'Tmeni Ol (ne sum nl
New AdvertlMCtneilta To-Omy. tbe hlKhe.t bidder for the" e,"rl
l...rL. 01 A.neviue, on the
FIRST RACK. !"'h ''"f.0' .. 1HKO, eertsln olec ..r
fhks Knut W. C. Carmlehnd.
AmiKviLl.s Dsr Ooom Co. HpeclaJ Mule,
I.11ST This omc,
Cos Salr-U. O. Carrier.
Wantki. "J. B.," This riffle.
unreel uf land, altuat n v-n . . . . '
l"rr. ?U'h,'?H,' Particularly .le.erll.ed In
r.L1rr,"f ivu r"" h ei.ur'.
, wvum n .nn .in u ae tin,
.j . bUMUND B. NUMVRI.L,
aprS d.lOd Trustee,
Aa Arinn flunare PinHn. mmtA mm - win
Ib stild rheap. The Inatrament may he seen
t C. Palk'i innilc stora. North Main atreet.
lanas dt Adm'r of Bdward Wediiln.
Including Furniture and Plstnrn. With yMAN WANTKI).
from bo to TOO acres of land. Terms caar.
E. . CARRIER.
A new T-room houar on Mill street, Hewer
connection and water In kltihrn. Alio, ready
by 1st April, on 7-room hi.ua on llutlrieli
treet. same acrommodatlnni, Hnth huuaes
.nn,u..7 lucatea, who nower snrden. A p.
'"2.1? on-., .,.. "'.''".
11. T. COM.IXS. President.
E. K.KAGAN, See
ASHEVILLE ICE COMPANY,
Pure Ice inmle from
I'll t ton Avenue.
Distilled Water. Office: No. no
"JUST ON THE THRESHOLD"
OF A BIG BOOM, STANDS THE CITY OF A8HEVILLF
Now in the Time to Buy Real Estate.
Vou mny think pileea ure hiiHi! Hut they are hound to if" iiclier, us mat eaperlenee tins
A.hevllle la the Iwsl known, the moat benutiliil, the imisl henlthl'ul and the moat prow-ma.
Iv elty In this Kmte. You eunnot Invest your iniitiil lo better uilvnntHKe til a 11 right here
in thia garden apot of the uii.uutultia.
ortiee!"' C,'"U'' ""ll"in' 1,1 t"J' ,ul" a,,tl suburbuii pr..K-rtic enn be hu.i by eulllnK nt .,ur
JENKS & JEXKS,
Real - Estate - and - Insurance,
Hooniw &10, McAfee Block. 28 Patton Ave., Attheville.N. C.
LIIWI8 M ADlll X. Pre
L. P. Mcl.(U I), Vlee-I'rra
IliascTossi-UwIa Mndrlua, M.J. lu-nnlen. M. I. Pima. I. B. u..,.kin 1
8. H. Keed. Ucu. tl I'owcli. C
I. B. RANKIN, Cashier.
B. Hay, J. B. Kr. il
Omanlied May tat, ixhh.
CAPITAL, 850,0(X). SURPLUS, 815,(XX
State, Count :aiid,' City :epottitor.
Doea a (ieneral Hanklmi Business. Uepoaita received. Kxehanire bounht and auld. Col
leetloni made on all aeeeaaihlc polnu. The Snvinu Feature will receive siwcial attention.
Onall auma in thla department, ilrpi.aited Inr four ninntna or loncer. Interest at the rate
of 4 per rent, per annum will be paid.
Itpectal attention (riven to loans on real eatnte. whieh -lll l placed for long time on rial
Opro trom u a. m. to S p. m. (In Satnninya the SHeinic liepartment will beopentill A p.m.
inn Idly '
Only 8 Miles) front Attheville on the A. & S. Railroad and
The xn-uteat iiunilrr anil variety of m inr nil apriiiKa to lw found in the tiouth.
48 Springs on Less Than 40 Acres,
Chalybeate, iron, aulphur, rpaom. nluin. nnd nuiKni-aiii. Several very fine combination,
that are uae.1 in curinK ,n.llK.-.tlon. liver nn.l kl.l.iry tm.ihle. ehronle .lyaentery, Thronie "I
K.ln nnd ehrunle alck headache. ( inr anrinit rrtvnll v .leveloiml la the Krvntert tonic Wat "r
ever found. Mnnv are buying Iota to Imilil n.rt c.ttauc. near llle Si rinKa Lota are?., .1
nt nominal pricca to adv.rtia.- the plncc nnd the inlueiul wuter. Hoard can Ik liml at
Sao to jo Per Month, or $i Per Day.
lnJ!r7!'!iTr,i-;!',t,,n!':n',,U' c,c" V." ,lr.1""1 I,v lh' owner: or latler (. nnv.m.
aunmirr lUi" 'nv'u', ,u un n ' be water, limit iniprovrmcnta will lie mude nest
Trnln. leave Asheville at ll.o.l a. m. nnd nturn at 7 p. in. far US cents,
ror further Intormutfon write to
OTIS A. MILLER,
Skyland P. O., N. C.
OXK OK Tllli
IN TUB 8U1TII.
Htrwt Cnrn immi the
hour every Ifl
. ... : 1
WALK FROM COURT SQ.
Foi trrma addreaa
GREENAVELL & IIAHGAX, l'ROP'RS.
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY
ai7 Haywood Street.
All WATER THOROUGHLY FILTERED on the Premise.
Twrnly.rtve yenra of practical eerlenee, eunibined with 1-srsonil attention to uU da-
tails of the buaineaa and ierfect arninnemcnta for cl.KSLiN.a and rnsiTV of all u.kmI.
manufactured, enablr the proprietor lo prcacnl to hla numerous patron, a auxrlor elaaa of
Vichy and Seltzer Water In Siphons.
Chiller Al and all the vnrloua flavor of Son A WATKR ready for ahlpment and delivered
Iree in City limits. I Hit ,,f town onlcra muat hnve Kal'ONall.LS reference.
C. H. CAMPBELL.
ASHEVILLE WOOD COMPANY.
LL KINDS OF WOOD AND KINDLING. ESTABLISHED 1886.
OFFICE WITH YARD, 26 NORTH COURT SQUARE, NEXT TO 8C0TTI LUMBER YARD.
Electric Cars Pans Office Door.
A. II. & C. E. LYMAN, Owners.
Ian IN itnm esaun
A rraoectahle wnmaM fan ...... j-
Ituatlon by applrinc at the
m.ruuilir ,-ti(. .u,,&M ........
- ....... i. ni.i n HiiMH.
North Carolina road, is authority for
tbe statement that the travel to Ashe
tUle it not falling off and as many visit"
art coming In as there are leaving now.
framework themselves. It had hut one it of $20.78 from Mr, Steel and the
nail in It and (jnve wuy. Hnrhin was ?,"" "! tlle t,n,tlerT "rk also to
mor. injured than Donahue. n.tl.ouKh b id" M
, i j, v, 1
A partner with amall capital to Invest In a
buaineaa In which he enn double his money In
either are seriously hurt.
I Morgnnton, N. C.
I 8. Af W. 0. A. 1.1(10. IW.vl tt(,la u
lls. Liberal reward. CITIZKN OFFICII.
POK KBNT VOH OFKICUH.
I On arrond floor of Nm. un and an n.....
svenu. Oneaultjuat vaeaird by tlr. run
-- .i.nrin in, me mirtp. . , ni..
..nr., nuor. a(ao aaoutilecot.
tiiKr on Hpruce atret, lor two tenant, ol
nine mom. eachi
W. L. MeAPKK.
PLUMBING, STEAM AND GAS FITTING,
TIN AND SLATE ROOFING.
. . ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORIL.
Plans and Spcclflcatlonti Furnished on Application
W have thorouKh meehanlcs In each line who have had many ytara' eierienc In then
ba.lnraa. We can inlely iruarnnle our patron! aarlafaetloa In our work, a low him re
BALLARD, RICH & BOYCE.
A hpoae, ftirnlahed or ent, Sulubl for
boardlna-puriwars. Adder a.
aprT Jit "M KH. u" Car Cltlwa.
THK LKADINU '
WINE AND LIQUOR STORE
IN THE STATE.
FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD,, ROOM.
j. a. m akqvardti M..r. NO. 43 S. MAIN ST., ASHEVILLE, N. C