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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: THUKSDAY EVENING, APRIL 10, 1800.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
J. D. CAM liKON, Editor.
II. D. CHILD, Ilusiness Monuger.
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TIU'KSDAY. APRIL 10. IH'10.
TIIK . V CITIZKN
Is on nle nt the follow Inn places in Asheville
HATTISKY I'AKK XBWS STAND,
ft I. KM KiK'K NliW'S STAND.
MOUHl. CIllAH SrtlRH. Piuton Ave.
J. CAKSU.VS NEWS sTOKB, North Court
PERTINENT AND PERSONAL.
Newa About Anlievllllaiin and at
ttraiiit.-r Wlllilu Our Galea.
J. C. Lipscumbe represents SouthCaro-
linn at the Swnnnmiou.
H. B. Ailnms. ot Monroe, N. C wns ni
the Glen Rock this inortiiiij.
Mr. null Mrs. ,. H. tinker nnd Mnstei
Harry Raker, of New York Citv, at
quartered nt the Swann.inon.
W. V. Ilclltiieycr, jr., of Cliattntioii;.i
is registered nt the lilen Koek.
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. K. Pennock, of Phil
ndelphia, nre at the Glen Roek.
E. Farinholt and C. J. Lnmbreeht, o
Baltimore, are nt the Swnnnanoa.
F. B. McCormiek represents the City o
Brotherly Love nt the Swannnnoa.
Mrs. Tolman, Miss Tolmnn nnd Mis
Eaton, of Iloston, nre quartered nt th
Thomas Lew, n step son of I'lun
Levy, was before Mayor BlanUin thi
mornini;, cliaryctl tviib drunkenness. II
was fined S3.
Mr. II. P. Andersen, general secretary
of the V. M. C. A., Kit this iiinrtiiiiK '
Oraiitfebttr',', S C, to attend the Stat
convention of the Y. M. C. A. to he licit
there this week.
The Sunday sehoid of Riverside Mitli
dist ehtireh will L'ive an entertainment
Friday niht at H o'clock, consisting
recitation and -i'minn by the children
tiles, liml. Noniliutsstiiii will lieoli.tryiil
Kefrcshtnents will he served at tnotlcrat
All yottti n:cu are eortli.illy invited t
intend the mccliiiu lor y Hint; men at th
V. M. C. A. rot mi.., mi P.'itton avenue
nilit at S i.Vlnek. The subject
'Thirsty. I!:itijry. S.itistieil," Is.iinli I.V
The meeting will lie led bv Mr. L. It
A SUCCESSFUL SALE.
TwciilyirlkClit I.olM Hold nt Auc
liiyht th'iusMtnl wmiM have botiyhi
t went iiiy lit I ts of N.itt Atkinson iS;
Son., oil Chatl'itte street, ycstrrilay
To.ilav an aiu-Miiti sale was lit Id and tin
hits hr.'iiyl.t SID.JU'L'. tin averap
t'M'i. The ale was attended by a I.trci
crowd mid bidding was ifencral. The
purchasers ami the prices paitl are given
IkIow: I. A. Kaiian, two lots. $.1.10 anil
Sl'U'o; T. A. Gallagher, S'.'tiii; C. V.. Gra
ham, lour lots, $:tJ0. J,",, $1 7.1 anil
$0(1(1; Dr. (Jiiccn, two lots, $YM and
$130; V. T. Reynolds, two lots, $ 'In
$.100; I. M. Stevens, three lots, $4'J3.
$li7 nnd S:i.V; J. S. Fullam, two lots
$200 nnd $3(10; Juliti Katon, three lots,
$183, $13 and $.'St); A. Shipman,
$043; R. L. Owtnliy, two lots, $:i(0 mid
$433; Press Palton, two lots, $300 nnd
$740; E. F. I lutes, two lots, $433 and
$530; R. L. Goodman, $107; C. C. M
AN ELOQUENT SPEECH BY
OF THE HISTORY
The Holutlon lie Hush Ih In Chris.
Mail Kducntlnn Wlmt Twenty.
Five Vears Hum none,
J. C. Dancy, the celebrated negro ora
tor, of Salisbury, spoke to a large mttli
.nee on "The Knee (Jnestion" at the 'A.
M. IS. f ion church Inst night. His deliv
ery is excellent, and he made a very forci
"During the last week," he said, "there
lias been a gr t agitation of the epics.
ton in this city. It is a problem that
will not down, but keeps rising nil the
lime and asserting itself. It is a problem
hat has required I he attention of tin
'nileil Suites tor more than I'OO years
ml it requires that attention vet. 1 am
iieaseil tnat it lias attracted so nine
ittentioit here among the whites. Stunt
lave been so fair, reasonable, just and im
inrtial as to admit that it must be solve
iy the race.
"I said the problem had agitated tin
unintrv fur veais. In 1610 a slave vesse
anded at J.imestouii with a few slave
vno were soltl. ins was tne ncgimuiij.
f the Jamestown civilisation. Abou
he same time another vessel landed a
'lymontli Koek, but wiihadiffcrcntiilc.'
flic people on hoard the latter believe
n establishing a government ofetpt.
ights, freedom and liberty. Thus tlun
-cere two separate .:ud distinct civilian-
ions in this nati ni the Junustowu an
he Plymouth Koek. The principles o
vltich the I'Um mil Rock civiliz.itioi
.vas founded eoiitiiiua'lv clashed will
hi isc of Jamestown.
"Each had a different opinion. Out
vas of the Snub, the other of the
s'ui ill. A few in the North lulii veil it
-lie idea advanced by Jamestown, ntii
ikewise n few in the Smith believed it
he Plymouth Ruck. Still time spul on
I'he Plymouth Rock civilization bclieei.
n the idea of unity of purpose, am
t.lrleil inauul-'ietutitig establishment
mil cities. The l.ttucstowit civ ibi.itioi
H'licvcd in plantation winks that is, lav
at! oil a large plantation and calling ii
.'our own. The North believed in unison,
he S iitth in schishuiss.
"fitise interests cuuiinucd to clash,
nil agitatnis .tr-sc in Loth sections. Ii
he N. n t h I.I iv il ( o t is , ii came up. lit
ppusid t he eMi n-. .n nt slave tr..t!c. Ii
eg. oi tile agiiairiii in Ameiua to alinl
h slavery. lit argument was th.is
. here i.ilhl to lie In such thin
ien , in. it :n isi vv no i.tiiiciI the emt
'tiltitioii nl the l inuil A:atts intend
II In be live. He vv.tS cnilniscd liy ll.i
I such class as lis : i ' v Vv.inl Ikecliei am
hatlcs S.iniucr ainl cumba'.tcil bv sue!
lien ,.s An .n;i!er Mejihciis alio Ruber
I'liouilji. 'I iivse men met and txpieSM-
llieir oi iiii Mis. I ,tc Smith u.iturall
sided with Siei. hens and ri.oiulis.aiiil li
Ninth vvitli li.iitiS'Ui ami Sumner. T
iiaiur Went In i.. t .nss. urili Imaun
te heated, passim, becaiue aruusiil
sivtiunalisiii was created. The S.mtl
wed her lenders, and the .Yirth li
Wufils vieie cliangiil to swuids an
'tlllskellV. i .ic tiassiotis ot tin tum!
il iml ciiiitml iIiiii.mIvcs by vvmih
l-iuir ve.irs of lirriiile struggle liill.iwc.l
ur yens ol struggle the eoiial ol tvhiel
t lie Win 1. 1 h.is never Mill. Mtri.
lives vveic lust and tliousamls of millinu
i dollars SKtil. 11 took all ol tins ti
settle the (picstiun. It was liuallv settled
by the brave ami ;all.iut General Li
yielding his sword to General Grant. I
was proved that the Plymouth Rock
civilualiiiii was right and the Jameslovvii
Four million human beings were si-
free. liven this did not seilletheprnblem
It still coulrouts both sections, and boil
the Noi th and the South are powerless ti
settle it. It is admitted that the raei
must utile it itstll
"I here have tvvoopiuioitsof prominent
white geittli men, tine nl a Northerner mill
one ol u Southerner." ( Here the sinake
read from Tim Citizkn uii extract from
the SrccIi ot E. U. Carter Uforc the Lv
United States. Instead of appealing to
the white race we are doing for our
selves. Yet some of us complain and ny
the outlook is dark. Now don't be pes
simistic. The outlook is not dark. The
South begins to see the necessity of hav
ing the negro remain. The solution is to
be found in the golden rule: 'Do as you
would be done by.' Cardinal Gibbous
says the remedy is Christianity, Sena
tor Illair says it is education mid Sena
tor Iugidls says it is justice.
"If.vou were asked to vote I know you
would vote for nil three. I say that a
Christian education is the remedy. This
embraces both Christianity nnd educa
tion. The negro must be educated as
highly ns the white man. When 1 say
this I don't mean that the whites are
all educated, for I have known several
who were not. Have the negro love and
revere the Bible, I am not afraid of n
man living who loves the ten command
incuts. A Christian gentleman is incap
able of doing wrong.
"I also accept justice, but it follows n
Christian education, I would have the
race not forget the fact that although
shivery was bail it had one redeeming
feature it taught us trades. We must
adhere to the learning of trades nnd
must let each boy learn the particular
iranc lor wiueli lie is fitted. We must
dsn take professions. There n -c tium
ci s of professional men of our race in
.his Slate who are succeedinjf admir
,bly. "In twenty-five years more there is no
clling where we will be. There are sev
ral things we must not cultivate. These
ire; Socialism, nnarcliism und intern-
iterance. We must avoid all of them.
cVc must be Christian men nnd women.
We have reached our present place lie
ause of eontiilenee in God. Religion
leaches us our relation to God."
Mr. N. T. Howard, State Agent of the
Covenant Building nnd Loan Associa
tion, of Knoxville, Tenn., is in the city in
the interest of said Association, nnd has
heen very Kucressful in his work. liavitlET
organized a Local Board here last n;ght
with a large nutnbei of stockholders.
The Board is composed of some of our
most prominent citizens and business
men. The following officers were elected :
President Stephen G. Bouis.
Vice-President C. C. McCarty.
Secretary and Treasurer Thco, Terrell.
Attorney P. A. Cummings.
Directors in addition to the .thov
mimed officers J. ti. Cole, Jno. A. Wag
icr, H. C. Fngg.
It will be observed that this Associa
tion is managed solely by Odd Fellows
but that tlir mrnibcis ui) is onen to nil
Parties desiring to take stock will forthe
next lew anyl apply to Mr. tiowarn nt
the store ot Messrs. luylor, nouis oi
For the 24 hours ending at 9 p. m
April 9, 1890:
U. S. Siosil Rssvick Station.
Wlnyah Sanitiiriuin, Asheville, N. C
LAT. ."!. SO H. I.IINII. KIMMI W. M.B. 2.1B0FT
7 a mis p mill p ml Mux. Min. I liaily Mean
tin J I 7U O t 64 (I 7.1 O I ft O I HISS
A IlSOLf't R ' II I'M 1 1 1 T V.
(In irraini per cubic loot ol air.)
pi 9 p i
18 I 2-L'S
V'RH'CTl'lf AtlViNT"! ii"Ai).iiiTi;R:
Katn ami Snow UCor. fur alt. tem.)
inrttcii snow ncp-h I Daily M-an
inches Inches I l'9.fM
o I. ."( Stationary
StoNIiy w .ii to 3 ICIrar to fair
Oionr of possible amount. IS per cent.
TKMI'liKATfRB, April 10.
7 a. m 3li I. 3 p. m
KAMI. TON Rl'CK. M. 11..
GOSSIP OF THE DAY.
There is nothing on this enrth that so
hoioughly deserves to lie classed with
he incorrigilile nuisances as the man I China, mvowuiiniwrtation.iust received
lHNter Booklet and Clfta.
A complete line of l-asler Booklets from
best publishers Easter irifts in irreat
varitly in rare China and Silver novel
ties. An invoice of choice liecorated
.vun tne incessant smile. We have nil
net him, ami as fellow sutTcrtrs we know
hat many n time and oft we have fer-
cntly longed for his death and his per-
nam nt im areeration in some deep, re-
entcss mausoleum where even the sun
i 1 1 1. would not be worried with thecon-
iiiiiniis play of his idiotic good humor.
We have an idea that I lie Man in the Iron
J. II. Law.
. 59 and 01 S. Main St.
Mask was once a smiler, mid that a just I throats ami lungs.
Mountain Park Motel.
HprliiKM, Tt. C,
Is tirstclass in every particular, with
the licst table in the South. Pure nnd
nhiitiilniit water nnd perfect sanitary ar
rangements. The scenery is heuutiful, climate much
milder than Aihrville, there being no
Harsh w inds nnd nodusl to irritate weak
Arden I'urk Hotel.
The deservedly popular hotel ii re
0ened for the season under the manage
,.iv ... ..... ........ i. ...urn,., mm nas i-iumiitst wick.) " I his opinion is more
oeen so long nuu invoraniy Known In .ulvnnctd than Henry W. Grail v 's," con
connection wit n tne place, i nougii car- tiiiucd the sKaker. "Mr. Grady was
iicr (linn tne House is usually oinneil, mvor ol conculing to the negro nil rights
mere nave oreii so ninny applications except the right ol voting, but thisgcntle
nini .ur. .yioiris mis wen comHiieil to man says to let him vote. This is tin
prepare lor guests anil lias luruislieJ tin I most sensible view I have seen from a
cottages und arranged lor tin s nnd all I lute man in ihe South, und that is say
comioris. ineiaoie ut tne Anlen I'm k ling considerable. The other opinion is
notei is uiways excellent ami needs no irum Ihe lips of the celebrated Chauncey
recommeiitiniioii to inosc vvni. nave visi- h-iew, who was here last week." (The
ua tne place, nt, more cnnrniuiff day s speaker read an extract from TllK ClTl
trip can lie nrranged thnn one to Arden. ik,n's interview with Mr. lh iew,nnd con.
iiiKiug uiuiier or supper nt tne Hotel nnd tinned:)
re.u.m ... tne evemng. .., ,,,,, tmt tl.ei,(u ()
Died In a Fence Corner. I tl,c problem is 1 1 come from n division ol
A workman named Couch died vesler- vote of the two races. Li t them
diiy nt Mr. Pressly's, about six' miles ,",,h vo,c " 'I'er. Theie ii no need ol
south of the city. He had been sick mn the l.nllut box. Let the negro
about two weeks. give his vote to the party that will pro
Vesterdny morning; he was sunnosed tcit hi" mld l"K'r,-v ,""t 1 l'
to be belter, nnd it Uiuit such u wnrm beve that il it was put to o vote of the
Hnv. ventured out into thr nntn ir "th to disfranchise the negro that th
Some time nflerwnrd. when the rain l- h'"j""ty would vole against it. If you
gun to fall nnd he did not return, his M1'"1'"' ,r",,ll,i y reduce the
friends in the house went out to look for vote in congress ly forty.
him. He was found in fence corner
near the house deiid.
Mr. Couch enme here some time ngo
from Huy wood county, where his fam
ily now lives.
There is a disposition in some of the
States to disfranchise him Mississippi
lor instance. There is n proiosition
there to let every man vote once, nnd
then vote one time in addition for every
forty acres of land he owns. That would
not do, It would be putting the govern'
Concert at Ratters' Park.
The entertninment which was Riven to ment In the hnnds ol the rich. The con
successfully last Sulurdny nt the Battery stitution contemplates that n man shall
Pork hotel by some of the guests will lie cast one vote and one only) that the
repeated next Saturday night for the rich mun's vote is no better thnn the
benefit ol the Mission Hospitul. It will paupers. This must be lived up to.
, . -1 I . .1 r
consist m music ami cunrnnes, new and I ..3,1 much for the political side." le
original one. .i....i oren prepared lor continued. "I am not a pessimist, who
the occasion. The excellent music and ll0 fllture fr tle riice. Lookback.
tne cierer nciing oi in si onturaay night Twentv.fii vrnrs n n.. i.-j ...
i . .- r ,.,, nu
ensure nenjoyaoieamur. rlizhti. Now he find, ihnt r
luiitH .UHsla unllilu.s a I. .. A a r rrf nnt r
Tm Wrlltvr Iter mmim. I 1 "hiiiiK uiui ai.uuu.UUU Ol
A standard makeoftvpe writer for sal.m"rY "1d,prP!rty XT hii
l s hsnsiil. in ns but twn mnnih. i ' nivnni n. men.
Oool reasons for selling. Address T.W., I Thtr flr 87,000 colored teachers
UTUCHeiso. I lustrurtidg 1 ,500,000 children in the
inviilciieevisiied his 1 1 miry punishment
pun linn as a warning to luture genera-
ns and as a means of saving grace foi
nteiiipi.rary sufferers. The smiler has
apiisiionahly dune much to hasten tin
ml ol nervous iK'oplcever since the world
K-g.ni, and iieeasionally ve mit mem
k is ni i he race even here in Asheville.
It would nut be so bail if the smiler ex
tciscd a wise discrimination in thedis
riluition oi his smiles. Hut discretion
mil discrimination nre used only by wise
lien, and the man with the petetuidly
radiant visage possesses neither of these
The baths in marble minis are the fin
est in the world and the thermal waters
.ire an unexcelled siecilic for rheumatism,
gout, sciatica, nervous exhaustion nnd
all diseases of skin ami blood.
ICxeclleiit physicians reside at the ho
tel. Trains leave Asltcville for Hot Springs
at 7.:iil a. m., .:! and 7 p. m.
iixcursion tickets, including one day's
iMiard at Mountain Park hotel, $V.rU.'
For rates etc., rddrcas
' W. 0. Hoolitti H.
The Children's! Leavne.
The Ministering Children's league will
givenn entertainment ut Battery Park
Saturday, April 12, ut 3.30 p. m. '
The ehilitrt-n will 1 i .... ...
II If ( I .- ..... ., -ain.v (I u.
a maooening ana lauiesanu gentlemen, with music and a
w holly unlovable personality, ami if the recitation. There will lie some scenes bv
. ntagiiinol his example ever obtained a llK', l',"u,rcn themselves, nnd after the
wiHe spic td this oblate sphe.oid .,., oV 7
vMncli we live would not U' u habitable to their other acts of chnritv have mi.
portion of the great planetary scheme ol dertnken the care of two children in the
,.( i-i.iiiiicii iiome, ami tne oigect of thr
" iiicreasT tne rei.e.
crealion. Neither tact, judgment.
ii ir sympathy nre otten found to Ik
among the pro-riirs of the man who
walks through lile with his mouth un
locked, his eyes joyous and his nose
wrinkling with the wild, riotous, mean
ingless happiness of the highly developed
lund. All interested in the work of the
little folks are cordially invited to come,
and aid them in their 'good deeds. Ad
mittance, 23 cents.
Paint T Ialiit7
The Averill Paint is thrbest. Outwears
allothrrs. Beautiful und economical. In
general use S3 yeurs. Guaranteed. Sam
ple card tree.
Fitzpathick Bros. & Korfstson,
MONTH OF MARCH
112-piecc Dinner Beta, new decorations,
fill-piece Tea Rets, $3 PA.
10-plrce Toilet Sets, S3 S and f .7A.
Brown Rramble Pinner Ware at two-thirds
price. For Instance : a. $1 Dinner Net for
FINE TOILET SETS AT COST
TO CLOSB OUT.
All Silver Plated Hollow Ware at
25 Per Cent Discount.
1 will duplicate all hills of Northern Houses
fur Crockery, Glass and Cotlerj.
J. H. LAW,
37. 59 A 61 8. Main St.
ASHRVII.I.B. N. C.
NO HUMBUG !
HATS ANO GENTS'
BOl'SD TO HK SOLD IN TUB
Next Sixty Days f
t'loae Out the Refill Rualiieaa.
All this Stock of Oonds will nesoldat
Slaughtering Prices !
No. 10 Patton Ave.
marl X dim
t AT RETAIL, t
Hor snlc nt Wholesale and Ketall bjr
ASHEVILLE COAL COMPANY,
Uxclusive Agents 1 1 loinistie and Steam I for Western North Carolina.
II. T. COLLINS. President.
Ii. E.EAUAN, Serretur)
ASHEVILLE ICE COMPANY.
Pure Ice niiiile from Distilled W'nter.
Office: No. ao
Apply to as dnrlnjc the Incoming; week
rent thr Koek Quarry on the opposite side
:f the river, near the Iron bridxe, and the
NISR TBNKMBNT HlH'XUS
near by. A aood roek man ran set a bar-
NATT ATKINSON & SON.
"JUST ON THE THRESHOLD"
OF A BIC. BOOM, STANDS THE CITY OF A8HEVILLK.
Now is the Time to Buy Real Eata.
Von may think prices are hlh I But thejr arc bound to go hiR-her, as past experience has
Asheville Is the best known, the most beautiful, the most healthful and the most progress-
We rfty In this State. Yon cannot Invest your capital to better advantage thai right here
in this nanlrn spot of the tuountitlns.
Some choice baraalns in citv hits ami sul.i.rl.an nrn.u.-.i-. ... ...
ofjjWi - k.,u..,ihi ui nao oy calling at oar
JENKS & JENKSs
Real - Estate - and - Insurance.
Room, o & to, McAfee Block, ag Patton Atc., Aahevllle, N. c.
LliVVlH MADIH X, I'm
L. P. McLDl'l), Vlee-Hrea.
I. B. RANKIN, CaaaUjT.
inascToas:-Lewis Maddui, M. I. Bearden. M. J. Kagg, I. B. Rankin. J. B Dae I B kwa
t. H. Reed. Geo. 8. Powell. t M McUouU. B-
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK,
Organised May 1st. 1S.
CAPITAL, 850,000. SURPLUS, 815.00O
State, County :aud;cit IDcpoaltory.
tloea a General Hanking Business. Deposit, recdeed. Bicbaage bonght and Mid. Cat.
lo tions made on all accessible points. The Saving Feature will receive special attentJoa.
On all sums In this department, deposited for four month, or longer, Intereat at the rat.
of 4 per cent, per annum will be paid.
Special attention given to loan, on real estate, which will be placed for long time oa raal
son able terms.
Open from W a. at. to 3 p. m. On Saturdays the Saving Department will beopeatill S p.m.
Ouly 8 Miles from Asheville ou the A. & S. Railroad and
Cimversiitiiin with une of these piililj
.eiitliineii is an irration nnil a hiirror.
tnu iiuitniiiiiiie lum upon the street ami Home Hanufuclorle.
Ix jjintlie reeiliil of the wins wliieh nrt I Smiort Hume Mnnuliietorirs by huy
iK'irtL' sulTireil hv one nf vmir rrirn.U - nR their Roods. There is no lietter Klnin
in nil listens to your Krueson.e tnle will. Fi'Vil '"a-V".'.'.";,1""' r '' .L":L"
i .111 , . I i lour. Ask your umerr fur it ami take
i plensnnt liliinkiiessofexpreiisii.il. inter-1 no other.
iivtsn word hire nnil there with nunl-l
sence of knowledge of the eorreet tiling to I
The Ileal on Karth.
nhnt nre vounnviin. fur v,,r PI rvl-D
iy t nut snows ins utter inek ol interest "e Asnevnie .MiIIiiil' Co.'s KOI.LK
mil feelini!, cnies ixist you over your I , . 'LtU K, tlie la-si mi enrth eun be
shoulder nnd shows his t-.h i i..l """ """"" ".vtr.KTr s nt ?i a-r barrel
nf mirth ns (mother friend walks bv, be
stows ocular admiration upon a passing!
uiir just nt the moment that you crow
eloquent in describing therouuhdriilihnt
iieuiiistiiiice lius mude in bulletins with
lU.rnKioui fortune your luckless nc-
uiiiutnnee,iind hn.illy wrings vour hand
nt purling and encircles himself wilbo
Imhi ol Komi humor and sclf-saiisfnction
is he expresses with words onlv the
leep nnd uhidiiiKKrief thntliesdeepdown
in his heart whenever his thoughts dwell
upon the unfortunate one whose troubles
hnv so enlisted your own symiwthv.
l urn nc minces merrily nwnv.and in just
thirty-five seiimds lie is pouring the joy
il ins lent ii res uiMin some other victim
who hits rnshly entered iiilocnnversation
New AdTcrtUciucnta To-Day
B.soiiss vv kltloek
Vhtii c t. Kin. ke
Concsst llalnrv I'nrk.
t. C liaiBD-Hrlvate liuard.
Tuos. A. Mosais-Arden I'ark Hotel.
CONCERT AND CHARADES.
Battery Park Hotel
Saturday, April is.
At .S p. m. pfosnptlr.
He is everywhere the same. At Ins
place of business, nlihonuli it muv be the
store oi a mourning outlitter or the simp aivsN sv tmi
ol an undcrlnkinir firm, his emmnaiv
Jtimplni-ency Is ever undisturbed. He GUESTS OF THE HOTEL.
KUI.IHSHI i nc nun room, gurgles in the
biiniiirt hull mid whoops in the street
nr, nnd even ut a funeral service he I
Ix'inns upon the mourners and titters
gently ns he notices that there has been
nrelrssnrss shown In arranging the coat
upon the corpse, tie is a nonsensical
nnisnnc everywhere upon thiserth,nd
it is doubtful if his ouirtus will mm.
to him even in that portion of the nest AND COTTAGES.
world to which hit work uiion this earth 10 mH" otb of Asberllt, on A. a . R. a.
amply entitles him to receive full and
free admission. Even MmhiatimlwiM I
would find it II task rrntiiriiiatrMr.ls t 7z IT
of all his powers to squelch the gny and Per Dsr-.Z!!"""""";""!""; " oo
...... , nnu ,,uitui,ir inv noony
ARDEN PARK HOTEL
one will spend his time in the regions of
suipnur anu smoKe, as ne lies and is
nroiirri to n turn. In announcing wiih a
chuckling hnppiueM that "it is a rather
warm nay in tne sun" to tne fellow on
tne niijaccnt gritnron
a. r. C. A. Haatlna;.
IHaacr sag Tea Parties oa oaedaj'.aotlc,
Tho. A. Morrla, Prop.,
""" Ardea, N, C.
Nutlee Is hereby riven that meeting i.""l!!!5. n,M,l. th f,Wsoii Hn.se, o. Co.
oi t he Mirt h Carolina society for t he pre- boarding TK ."ralTu" mJXZXZZ .
vrntinn ol cruelty to animnls la rnlleH tn
nsaemlilp ar t Ii ni.l.H, - ...I ji
office of th. Western Carolin. Bank to-1 WANTBD TO '"CHA.b.
inirmve, rnuay, morning at II o'clock. reus much cow. Jene prenjrred. Also
By order W. U. Inlois, Pre. "? I' UmhSr7 mZ
mt rinv ivn,
including furniture and Plstarc. With
from 60 to 700 acre, of land. Terms easv.
E. . CARRIER.
NOTICE OF THE INCORPORATION
"Tn) Aahevllle Clllccti fabllnb
Notice la hereby given as required br St a
ate that pn tlie lit rta.v of March. A. I" I Htm
A H. roller. Taos, w rati,, .. xi.... a
Jones Sled I. the office of w. T Keyn,.id,'thc
w. mr i-mirn'T i.iart lor tne county ol
llunci.mbe. Htste of North Carolina, arti'rles
-.m-mi-nt inriitr incorporation or them
selves and their assoiiatea and n....r
corpuratlnn to lie known by ihe name of
i A.nrviur viuten i uoilsning c ontpany ,
and on ihe said ilav they and the'rasanel itra
na surmsor. rre acconllnglv duly (leelaied
to be a corporation ander said corporate
,v .nuaii in ciiBieacv lor lairty ioi
V rs rs
The principal urP.ce and place of business of
th- said corporation la to be la the dtv of
"snrvtilf. is l, ana tne business tirntMMe.1 I.
the pnlillentloa of a newspaper In thr citv o
Apncviuc. n. or in anv c.tner place nr
olni-ea la the said Htate: the Brintln..nri utl
mg ae hiwi to pnrenasc and Hold .ueh renl
ano personal proeiy a. to I ar said corpora
lion may seem best and deslrahletocarrvont
said narpoaea i and to do aav and all such
further ael. and things usually done In a first
rla. printing and publishing establishment
should the same lie deemed advisable for the
vmp" orvvioiimeni oi ine comtMay'. pur
pose, and property; and theaalilcvrporailun
im privnea-e oi earrvtag oa a
Job printing and book binding business should
1A nine vieci ana aeiermiae so to do,
Tae capital atnek. divided Into sha e.nl
Twenty. five I'o araea.-h.ls intM pi., ti....
" ' Privilege of Increasing
It to fifty Thousand Hollars The Individ
aal stiK-shoMers are not to be responsible for
rieaeuis or tae corporation This lit day f
March. A D. ISIMI. W. T. IBViin iI
Clerk of the Superior Court of the county of
si norta Carolina.
mar d41 tha
By virtue of s deed of trust rimui
on the Hist day of August, ma, by I, a.
I'liismunn ana riora u lirumatond, his
u, j j ' pajmeni oi lac .am ol
Klaht Hundred and sv.vi.il... m i ...n-
aad Thirty-Three Cents, bearlaglnterrst at
per real, from said date, I will oer for sale
to tae highest bidder for ra.h, at th. court
I Im I k.
d,Jl ' Ahylll. partlealarly Hearrlhed In
uld deed of trast. registered la the Register's
wv pwi anu ms n .ID.
. Mm BUMUNDB. NUMVBt.L.
prS IM Trustee
to tar signest bidder for ra.h, at th eot
house door la th. dtv of Asbevllle, oa t
tothday of May. laao, a rrrtala piece
parcel of load, eltaate on Valley street la I
An Arloa Baaar. Piano. aaad as wtmm will
bj sold cheap. The la.trument may h wen
i v, rsii s asm iiont, nuns Main street.
Jan.S dl Adm'r of Bdward Weddla.
A new T-room sonar oa mil ain. a...
'""""" waier in sucnen. Also. read
by 1st April, one T-room hnuae oa Butiriel
street, same acromnodallnaa. It.., k s.......
beautifully located, with dower garden. Ao.
r ' - - w nniins.
mar . nti VaaOlliler H oum
pon NBNT FOB npPICBB.
F. L.jACOM, Set.
I Aonlv to
Onareoeid Boor of No, as and go
VeaUS. fin. Sail Ih.I wmmlA h.
Back. Also others oa ua. an -
large room oa third oor. Al.n srfn.Ki.M.
taa IM Mll.MII. .1 Ma. Sn. . a
The greatest number and variety of mineral springs to lie found in the Boath.
48 Springs 011 Less Thnn 40 Acres.
Chalybeate, Iron, sulphur, epsnm, alum, ami miignraia. Several very fine combination.,
that are used In curing in.lln.-tinii. liver nnil ki.lnev trouble, chronic dysentery, chronicdy
prpala and chronic sick hrnilnchr. line S'.rlnir mrntlv ileveln-il Is the greatest tonic water
cv.r found. Mnnv are buying lots to bull. I rosnrt cntlnxcs near the Si rings Lots .resold
at nominnl pri.es to ailvrtis. th- place ami the mineral water. Hoard can be had at
ao to $30 Per Month, or i Per Day.
Reference., testimonials, etc , enn lie hml by wriling to the owner; or better yet. ani
it. rest, d is invlteil to rumr and try the w ater lircut improvement, will be made l
p. m. far. 25 rent..
OTIS A. MILLER,
Hkyl.iurl P. O., N. C.
Tialn Ie-ve Asheville at tui.l a. m. and ilurn nt 7
rur lurioer iiiiorinnilon write to
llNh tlH TUB
IN TUB BOfTII.
Street Car. pass the
Hour every IS
WALK FROM COURT SO.
Hot terms address
GREENWELL & IIARGAN. PROP'RS.
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
917 Haywood Street.
All WATER THOROUGHLY FILTERED on tbc PremlBCB.
Twenty.flve year, nf practical eipcrirnee, combined with fsasoNAL atUnUoa to all do.
tails of the business and perfect arrangements for clkanlixiss and PCkiTT of all good,
manufactured, enable the proprietor to present to his numerous patron. superior elaas of
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphons.
Ginger Ale and all the various flavors of BOtlA WATBR ready for shipment aad delivered
free In City limits. Out nf tuwn orders. must have sasroNsisLS reference.
C. H. CAMPBELL.
ASHEVILLE WOOD COMPANY.
ALL KINDS OF WOOD AND KINDLING. ESTABLISHED 1888.
OFFICE WITH YARD, 26 NORTH COURT SQUARE, NEXT TO 8C0TTI LUMBER YARD.
Electric Car Paas Office Doors
A. II. & C. E. LYMAN, Owners.
Unlft ftftm esn
PLUMBING, STEAM AND GAS FITTING,
TIN AND SLATE ROOFING,
ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK.
Plan and Specification Furnished on Application
We hay thorough mechanic. In each line who hay had maay year.' esperieace la their
business. We can safely guarantee our patrons satisfaction In our work, a low hgarc.
. WINE . AND LIQUOR STORE
IN THE STATE.
PINS SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.
Th. Wl... .v..,m. I " "'
i. a. arqvasbdt. -t. I NO. 43 S. MAIN ST., ASHEVILLE, N. C