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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 23, 1890.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
H. D. CHILD, Business Manager.
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WEDNESDAY. APRIL 1M. IS'.m).
THE daii.v vitizi-:n
Is on sale at the following places in Abbeville
HATTHKV PARK NI'W ! STANH.
C.LKN KDCK NUWS STANIl.
MOllliL Clt'fAM STOKH, I'ntton Ave.
J. CAKSON t NUWS STUKli, North Court
PERTINENT AND PERSONAL.
News About AMlievlllluiiH and ol
Htrawtera within Oiir t;aU'.
11. II, Johnson, of llcistott, is lit tin
The Musin CoiK-crt ccitni!tny is at tin
The Ovitle Musin concert at Mattery
II. C. Mcrrcll rviVM.Mita llaltiinnrc at
R. L. fircenlec, of I lid l'ml, is rcistcm!
at the Swniuiamm.
Rev. OilU'rt lliggs, ol Warrctitnii, X
C, is at tlte ('lcti Rock.
J. Lcc MvPuviil, of New York, is regis
tered at the Swaniianoa.
C. P. Kiiffiiini, of New York, is regis
tered at the Swaniianoa.
Mr. R. P. poster, ol' Siiieriiiicmktit
Meltee's olliee, has gone to Moreheail
The I.veeuin will discuss the "Religion
ol the Future" to-night. Minor T. C
Westall will deliver the owning address
There will lie a prayer meeting at tlu
First Ilaplist chuicli to-night, corner o
Spruce and Wouilliii struts. Every.
Rev. S. M. Colli, n' ll.ikeisville, iliui
very suddenly on April Hi at his ho inc.
He was a missionary of the Western Hap
Marriage license has Urn issued u I
II. I.itulsey, of Asheville, and Miss Y. Y.
tlray, ol'Coliimlius, Ohio. The wedding
will take place to-morrow at T p. in.
The regular meeting of the WomaiiV
Christian TeniH.-rance tniun will lie lull'.
to-morrow afternoon at (o'clock in tlu
moms of the Y. M. C. A. A lull attend
A large grnv slie-woll was shot ai
Long's on the Swaniianoa river yester
day. The animal was slightly wounded
and eseaied. A party of hunters art
still alter her.
J. II. Hail was lined Slo in the May
or's court this morning for tarrying n
concealed weapon. James Washington
was up on a similar charge, but asked
an adjournment until to-morrow morn
ing that he might get some important
Lon lliirge, a demented man aliotit L'
years old, wandered awny from his moth
it's house on I In i ley street last night,
and his sister found him this morning in
the court house, lie is supposed to havi
wandered around all night. He was put
in a wagon and taken home.
II. C. I u 11 11 . vice-president ol the Nortl
Carolina State Sunday School Associn
lion, will lie in Asheville on Saturday
nnd at 4.3H in the afternoon will lie at
the lecture room of the Y. M.C. A. There
he will meet local Suiidnv school teachers
workers, pastors and Irii nils.
The case of t!i. S'.ate vs. Steele has
lieen argued ln-fore the supreme court
lint no decision has lieen handed down.
The case is well known in Asheville. It
is a test case to show whether liverymen
may transact business in the Ilatlery
Park office. The decision will be awaited
with no little interest.
At a meeting of the Rescue ilook and
Lndder Company held hist night it was
decided to have a supier lor the entire
company at the Swiiminuon hotel ns
soon ns the new truck arrives, and a com
mittee was appointed to make arrange
mints for it. A committee consisting ol
John Gate, M. II. Kelly nnd M. Nix was
nppomtcd to buy a pair of horses for the
use of the company.
William Green Johnson, of Spartan
burg county, South Carolina, arrived in
Asheville yesterday nnd will hereafter
make this place his home. Mr. Johnson
is built on a plan strikingly different from
the majority of the human kind. He is
six fret four and a half inches high and
weighs 140 Hiunds. Ilis leg are forty
inches long and it is with no dillieulty
that he winds them scvcrnl times around
his wnlking stick. He is 30 years old
nnd has an idea he has not stopped grow
Death of stn Old Veteran.
William Hunt, aged about fifty years,
nnd a Confederate veteran, died lit his
home on Beaumont street ut S o'clock.
Ilis deatb resulted from a wound re
ceived In battle during the lute war.
The deceased left a wjfc and two chil
dren. The funeral will occur at 3 o 'clink
to-morrow afternoon and a lurge num
ber of bit old comrades will be present.
Real Kutate TratiHfer.
V. K. Hill to I. I Mnekey. lot on
North Main street $ 750
M. J. llearden nnd wile to Mrs.
lulia lohnson. lot on Depot
Margaret Lunsford to C. L. Nix,
1V4 seres on Haw creek rond 40
K. K. Hill to Emma Else, lot in
C. M. McLoad and wile to M. J.
ttutt. one-half interest In 3.700
i on Kcema creek l,vw
GOOD NEWS FROM THAT
Street Railway Nearly Heady to
Run It Is) About a Mile Louie
Water Works and a Tel
11i:xiii:msoxvii.i.k. N. C. April 'J'J.
Sieeial.J llemlersonville is enjoying a
boom in u quiet wuy. There are a iiuin
Ikt of improvement going on anil more
arc expected to follow. The citizens are
win king on the old men itiai it one man
builds a nice house, his neighbor will try
to excel him and tint up a nicer one. New
houses are being built auda number ol
the old houses Hie lieing remodeled anil
made quite attractive in apiearanee.
Among the private enterprises, tht
cliii 'f one is the construction of a street
railway. This road is owned by Messrs.
S. Y. Pickens, Slurill Israel and Mr. 1 . J.
Kickman, all ol Whom are lleudersoitville
men. The line lor the present is i.tilHI
rurils long, or not ipute a mile, ll runs
from the Asheville ami Spartanburg rail
road depot to Mr. Pickens' residiine, on
the souili end ol Main street. The track
is ol thirty pound steel rails with oak
crossties. and is well constructed, ll
was built by Mr. J. P. Johnson, oi
this county, a'uil Mr. V V. lain, of Ashe
ville, boili'exierieuceil men. The ciiuii
iiient of the road consists of one puss
ungirand one licighl car, and itinlis wil
lie the motive power. The passenger cat
is made by the Stephenson company, ot
Sew York, and is ol a neat and attract
ive pattern. It is ol the same kind used
in the Knoxville street railroad. Tlu
freight car which will lie used for hauling
freight to the town, is so arranged that
Heats can lie rigged up on it in a short
while ami it can lie used for a passeitgei
car should occasion require it.
The mad is not ill operation yet, owing
to a delav ol the passenger ear, which i
cxpieled every day, and the track is
reuily to have the cars run as soon as u
conies. The road so lareosl sS.'t.niMI, tlu
.'reaier part ol which stun is furnished l
Mr. Pickens, who is to be general niaiia
ger. He is very sanguine concerning tlu
road and thinks it will pay well.
The town has voted ,Jii.ootl for a
water supply, and pis.s have lieen laid
Irian a poi.il sonic distance southwest oi
the city diid through the principal streets
flic source of supply is good and tlu
elevation gives force suliicteiit to throw
a 8iic.ni! over the highest building in
town. A telegraph line is being built li
I'lat Kock nun between this place ami
Phil Rock. This is a great convenience,
as lleiiilcrsonville and I-Lit Kock Itavi
long uccileil a more iliietl menus ot com
tuiiiiiealioii than there is now.
The survey ol the i- rcticli llroail Yallty
railroad nnis through the southern por
tion ol town and a depot will be eon-
.tnietedal tlu cud of Main st reet. Lund
ill that part ol town has tnaieiiallv ad
vaneeil ill price since the niivcy V. as
made. I roptriy is not verv lugli lien
now bin is advancing.
CONFIDENT OF ACQUITTAL.
I .tali l-.orciii.iii Ih Mure tthe Can
Tote Her Imioci-iit'e.
I'.inlger. Carter and Martin have W'ci
engaged to defend l.cah l'oremail at tlu
next term ol' the criminal court, when
ihc will lie tried for the murder ol hei
mother. The woman does not weaken
at all. and inserts her innocence as cm-
phalicallv as when she was first locked
Yesterday morning her uncle i isiteil
her at the jail and she expressed hersell
as not living alarmed in the least as to
the outcome of the trial. She was r
fcctlv confident, she said, thai she could
prove an alibi. In the afternoon hei
aunt, the sister of the murdered woman.
visited her and the two talktd for some
time of the case. Again Leah expressed
herself as coiifnleiil that she would lie
freed. She does not apiear to have the
least doubt hut what she can satisfy the
iury of her innocence.
John V. Starnes, the foreman of tlu
coroner's jury, has expressed himself u
in doubt of the ability of the prosecu
tion in prove the guilt of the woman
lie thinks that it will lie a hard mailer.
AN IMPORTANT NOTICE.
The S lower MIhmIoii Will Move
all allentH to the Hospital.
All siiierinteudeuts u the Flower Mis
sion, the nuinUrs nf the board of man
agers of the lnisiiit.il, and the phvsieians
on the hospital si a if are hereby notified
that the sccrclnrv of the central olliee ol
the flower Mission will henceforth at
tend to the moving ol all patients to the
hospital. Should any of the above olli
eial members desire sending n patient at
any time, it will only lie necessary to call
tit the central olliee during olliee hours
I from .'I to 11 p. m. i or notify the scire
tnry by postal. Address Miss Mary Col
linn, No. 110 Depot street,
Those who s i k-1 1 1 1 hours, and sometimes
days, in having a patient taken to the
hospital, can at once realize the conven
ience ol this arrangement.
The central office reports n donation ol
$5 during the week, thus showing that
some one fully appreciates the work being
accomplished through the establishment
of a new departure that bids fair to lie
come n necessity.
Me "topped the FIkIiIIiiu.
Plum 1-cvi, a colored man who keeps n
stand nt the corner of College street mid
Court Place has two game chickens in a
coop in front of his place of business. The
birds wliiled nwnv the lung hours be
tween sunrise nnd sunset by fighting un
til the aged proprietor hit upon a scheme
to stop it. lie cut thecomboff one of the
birds close to the bend. It was a great
thing nnd Idled the bill exactly,
This morning Secretnry Jneobs' atten
tion was called to the cruelty und he
went to see about it. The dusky Ix'vi
wits nngry. He could not see why he
should not cut the comb olf nf his own
chicken if lie so desired, nnd it took a
Inwvcr to convince hi in that he could not.
After tbnt he rode bis high horse no
longer, nnd on his promise not to rcjicni
the offence no action will be brought
John (). Council was arrested lust night
by Deputy Sheriff H. C. Jones for peddling
without A license. He was taken before
Justice Mnlone and made to pay his li
cense amounting to $30 and the costs of
the case which were about $3.50.
GOSSIP OF THE DAY.
It is frequently quite nn interesting
study to watch the progress of a mule
team driven byn colored citizen who uses
mules, evidently, not because he loves
them but because they nre tough, hard
workers nnd liest suited to his purposes.
The dark driver seems to "despise them
ornerv mules," nnd the way that he
wreaks vengeance on the poor beasts isn
caution. As they pass down the street
ihead of a heavy load the driver starts
things moving by drawing back his long
whip and laying it along oncmulc'stinnk
with a resounding crack like the report of
I pistol. The alllicted mule jumps, and
jumps again a moment later in response
to a similar sudden movement by mule
So. 2, who has just received his dose of
whiplash, too. This plunge ot the docile
hensts scents to disturb the driver's ex
cellent tenqier; he cannot see whv nni-
mils should regard the sudden nnd un
expected visitation ol the big whip with
such aversion, and he immediately hauls
ipoti the reins with nil his muscularabil-
ity, at the same time emitting howls of
wrathful coiuinand. The next movement
is to saw awav at the animals' mouths
with the reins, continuing the exercise till
the lieasts nre brought to a standstill.
I'hen the big whip comes into use again,
the niouth-sawing process is begun all
iver.the howls of command are reK'atcd,
ind amid all this unnecessary artillery ol
.racks, snaps and vocal spasms the three
asses move in noisy procession down the
-meet to their destination. All drivers
lon't use their long-eared helcrs in this
fashion, but too many of them do to
make life very pleasant for the average
hard-working mule that treads tlicslrccts
if Asheville. There is no sense in con
Handy whacking, hauling nnd swearing
tl working annuals, even if they are
nercly oxen or nudes.
AshcvilleVI'orcigii population" is thiil
nng out with very great rapidity. The
lay when you had to liuiublv beg ol
landlords and landladies the sweet privi-
cge of having a place, however humble,
wherein to lav your head, has gone bv,
i ti il good plaecsare by no means the rar
ity and even impossibility that they were
I few short weeks ago. livervbodv is
.'tumorous to go home, just as they will
'ie sighing inside of a fortnight later at
thoughts ol the sunny climate and trans
parent atmosphere tbattliev have left le
The l'iossis.r is not unduly malicious,
nor does lie cherish a deep and unholy
hatred of children ; but if some of the lit
tle villains who stand on opposite sides
if the public streets and throw stones at
each other were to In" suddenly removed
'nun the earth in a sudden, painless man
ner, he is not certain that he wouldn't lie
willing to buy white, spotless llovvcrs to
deck the sarcophagi ofthe fair innocents:
and he is quilt certain that if he jktsoii
ally attended the funerals he would re
main quite dry-eyed, and might even dis
grace himsell by assuming a joyous ex
pression, or exicutiiiga wild ms mm in
the corridor during the saddening oli-
sequies. liven a very young boy ought
not to lie so ignorant or so vicious thai
he doesn't know enough to abstain from
hurling stones at his companions, and
incidentally at all the passers-by. on n
traveled thoroughfare. Here is a bad
ease of spare the rod and bring up the
child to die nt I lie hands of the electrical
executioner; anil if a large, carefully se
lectcd birchen rod could lie tenderly yet
thoroughly nail artistically applied to the
portion of each boy's anatomy that is
most popular with skillful andexperienccd
school teachers and parents, wc have
lailh to believe that there wotdd be less
of the reprehensible practice, which is
dangerous to the 'tcrsou and to windows
and other priqierly.
The New York World has had a re
porter at it again, and this time, accord
iug to a statement in the World's own
columns, he has been misreporting and
exaggerating ex-President Cleveland in
the interview regarding that eminent
gentleman's little fuss with another emi
nent democrat, Mr. Charles A. Dana, ol
the Sun. The World ought to curb the
mounting ambition of some of its able
young men. It's a great and cntcrprhv
iug sheet, and n profitable business veil'
lure; but it will give its contemporaries
cause for their allegation that it is "the
great fake organ" if il keeps on ns it has
A Mad note Killed,
What Officer Collins supposed was n
mad dog was found prowling nround in
the rear of the ('-rand Central hotel this
morning. He carried all the symptoms
with him and he died very suddenly
The dog was frothing at the mouth nnd
wandering about in nil aimless sort of a
way, which Mr. Collins thought meant
no good to anyone.
VALUABLE LAND SALE."
One ofthe Fluent Karnm of Bun-
combe to be Isold May alii.
Mondiiv. May 5th, will be sold at the
court house one of the finest farms of
Ituncomlie countv. This is what
known us the old Cooper place, the
homestead ol Mr. Hurgin Alexiimler, nnrl
is situated on the wnters of Cnne creek,
"the gnrden spot of Huncomlw," about
ten miles south ol Asheville. 1 ne tract
contains three hundred nnd twenty-five
ncres, fifty of which is rich bottom Inntl,
nnd one hundred acres well timbered.
This is n rare opportunity to buy one of
the choicest proicrtics near the city,
cither for n home, a farm yielding
a most satisfactory income, or for
n speculation, i ne projierty win un
doubtedly be sold nt a bargain, nnd
will be an excellent investment lor nny
one. At the same time will be sold nn
interest in the Crnggy Mountain siiecu-
lution lands, and two other tracts of
mountain land near Craggy. Por Itir-
ther informntion cnll on C. W. Mnlone,
commissioner, or W. R. Whitson, attor
ney, Asheville, N. C.
kgrGlnvcs, corsets and hosiery, the
best stock in Asheville, at .Wiiitlock's op
posite Hunk of Asheville,
A Mew Road to Bll.
If you are wise nnd wish to become
healthy and wealthy also, you will use
Roller King or Klectric Light flour; be
cause the Asheville Milling Company's
Hour is not only the best but thechenpest.
For the 24 hours ending at 0 p. in.,
April 22, 1800:
II. 8. Shinai. Siihvick Station. I
Wlnyah Sunlturium, Asheville, N. C.I
LAT. 38.80 N, LONO. Mli.UH W. KI.B. i!3A0 FT
THMl'KKAiTKIi. " .
7 n mS p mU p tn Mat. Mln.
40 4- I 71. ll I nii.ll 73.8 I HXl
2 p m
(In grains per iiiblc lout ol nir.l
7 a m I II p m I U p m I Dully Mi nn
n m I il p m I
! o:4 I 1.I17H
.7il I L'li...'i I 8!"
(Cor. Inr lilt. tcin.l
WIND. I WHATHHR.
Directum! jKorcelsi-iiU-oti" W
K In S I -J ! Clcnr.
Omne Of pussililr amount, U s r cent.
THMl'HKATl'NIi, April SKI.
7 n. m. 83.1. p. m.
KAKL Vox Kt'CK. M D.
The Uully I'lllxeti.
Is nlwnvs alive to the interests ol
Asheville and its H.oile.
Is tne most popular aiivenisiug me
dium in North Carolina.
Is read bv a greater nunilier ol iieople
than any other secular pajier in the
Is alwnvs tilled with the choicest reail-
ing matter ofthe dav.
i. , i . ii .1...:. i. I.
Iioailllllg nouses nil men iimmiiw ,m
vertising in the Ci rui-:s.
News, and all the news, muxes tne v.ir-
izkn n general favorite.
No retail incrcliaul ever mane a great
success without advertising. Try the
An advertisement m the Utizi-n pays
tlte advertiser an hundred-fold.
Ill ftlMKNM NOTICICH.
MIlM-r iMalcd Ware.
In canters, spoons, forks und knives.
Siccial inducements are being ollercd
now. Kogers t ripple ptaieu kiiivcs.
$1.7.1 ner set. porks to match at same
price. I'esert knives, $1.(10 jier set. A
splendid assortment of hVcd ci llnrton's
plated ware, the liest goods made, n ti
llered at lowest prices, v. rockery, glass
and cutlery, very large stock and always
the I- iest prices at Law 's, o", oil and
01 SMiih Mam street.
OriV Kibboiis, fancv goods ami notions
at Wiiitlock's, opposite Hank of Ashe
Tile Mountain Park Hotel, Hot
MprlHUM, N. C.
Is lirstclass in every particular, with
die best table ill the South. Pure and
abundant w.uer and nrlecl sanitary ar
The sceuerv is Ix-aulilnl, climate much
milder than Asheville. there U-ing no
harsh winds and no dust toirrilalc weak
throats and lungs.
The baths in marble pools are the liu-
est in the world and the thermal walcrs
ire an unexcelled sinvilic lor rheumatism.
gout, sciatica, nervous exhaustion and
all diseases of skin and blood.
lixeelleiit physicians reside at, the ho
Trams leave Asheville lor Hot Springs
at T.:io a. in., 4,:iii ami 7 p. m.
i-.xciirsioii tickets, including one day s
board at Mountain Park hotel, $l..0.
l'or rates etc., pdilrcss
.-life. W. 15. Ihhii.itti.k.
bW iini.il ,tlV....ll,T lf Ivllit.' Itfllllls
much below value, at Wiiitlock's, opo
site Hank of Asheville.
I-! Ivxamine our dress goods lie-tore
buviiig. it will save vott money, at lilt
lock's, opposite Hank of Asheville.
The Averill Paint is thclicst. Out wears
all others. Hcautittil and economical. In
general use 23 years, (luar.intccd. Sam
pie cnnl In.
FlTkTATKICK Hltos. & Kolll-KTSON.
M-ST Our sateens, ginghams and dress
goods are stvlisli anil ehe.qier mm else
where, at Wiiitlock's, opposite Hunk ol
New AdvcrtlHviiiculH To-Day
l oi KTii ia;ic.
Wantru J. A. Trnmut.
Wantki Alpine Sii'r
INlI.KJt WAKTKIt J. I Hifctiy.
Hahhi.k lliiMfK fih Sai.f l H. WniMin,
HTiti.Kltnl.liHH'' M M.TiV. Htrrrt KliilWItV
KlMlMN WITH JIltAKIl Onr in r Wuuilliti iiml
OOMrt WITH HOAKK.
Two comfnrtii'ilc room w ith iMinril ! Ik-
tiHil nt orner of Wn.nl tin ami I.ucuh Mrvrtt.
400 to Aon snwci! locust posts for lath
rence Apply to
npr'J.liiat J. A. TKNNIJNT.
JAIjDI.B IIOKSli I'llR 8Al.lt.
A tnillrs' siulillc horr. will work III slnglc
or iliiumc nnrness. .ptly to
pruad.lt P. H. WATSON.
OrHce Asheville Street Knilway Co.. I
Anril '.'.'I. lHtio. I
A stoekhnlili-rs' niielimr will Ik- held ht this
nfflce nn the Tt ll fifty of Mny. 1SUO. Ht nnon,
Inr trnnsnctiiin ol such business ns tnuy Ik-
prrsentru to u.
lly order of llnnnl ol IHrrctnrs.
U M. JnNliS, Sec. sntl Trrns,
M AN A nucnt nf our pntrnt Kn-V; ltr
3Mr1Hx1H imhcN, $MA ret nil. All nIh-ii hi
low, Nrw t.vh'; new pnltcrnt;nrw lack;
new factory, Nt over nr. I liv Hnl'r lool,
Kverv unfr wnrruntcd. Unrr ehnntY, I'rr
mnnent 1UMlnrM. our ternm nnd vntnlnKiie
wlli mnvlnee vuu ArntM clmr V.'liio iu .,un
1K.T nutni il. nic mr ti iuivr n rnnirt
AUI'IMt 8APU Ci., C.nctnnntt. O.
Slsty ;i5-iimi chestnut poles, nut less thnn
Mve Inch top, delivered st the depot.
j. S. IIIXIIV,
spr'Jfld'Jtwlt Trli-phone lllllee
pilK HAI.K CI1UAP.
Pnrlor Hull, T pieces, almost ns good us
new. Also stove, cnnirs. iniiit-s, i-, ivc,
Aptilv st I'ATTUN AVK.
HnvInK rented the linvidson Mouse, nn Col
leire street, I will open the snme Alirll 14 ns a
IjoanllnK house. New furniture throughout.
norm d I. C. llvlHtl.
Two ffentlemcn boiirders ran feet neeon.
Pntir nice nnlumlshed rooms. Also one
furnished rtom. Apply at
uprltult Tills HPPICH.
TO WEAK HEtl
tnnVruif fmra th. eflfcrts of ranthfal nrors, airly
imtrnj, wasunimakswav lost rnuhoMI, M... I wiO
ssndf TClnsbl. treaUMlsMlHll oonulnln. rail
farllenlar. far bom. ur f Rjt of ehsri, A
spleadM bmmIIosI work 1 uionliTb. read by srsry
u woo Is somas an4 asbllliatod. AdarsaSj
mt, w. o. maa, cwa.
sotB doiw ly
CKOCKliRY AND OUASSWARIJ,
CPTl.liKY AND I'LATIU) WAKli,
LAMPS OP ALL KINDS,
l-KIiNCIl CHINA, Cl'T CLASS,
SOLID SILVPU TAIILliWAKIi-AND
AND TPKKISII GOODS
IN ORliAT VARIIiTY.
MY COOHS AKli IIKST OKADliS, AND
PklCCS 1 HIS I.OW'liST ALWAYS.
J. II. LAW,
S7i 59 & 61 H' 'la'"
AS1IHVII.1.H, N. C.
ASHEVILLE AND VICINITY.
SKETCHES IN OIL AND WATER COLORS
2J S. Naiii St.,
mr I il
BATTERY PARK MUSIC HALL,
h.4. ll CLUCK,
THE WORLD-FAMED VIOLINIST,
And tii- owu Ctxiipiiny of SiiKarli ArtiHtM.
AXXII; LOl lSU T.XXHk,
1'riinu lioiina Htiprmn.
I'riinn liotina Contralto.
Sij;. CLUMHXTi: llol.or.XA,
UPOt AkI SCIIAKK,
Hoi 1 riuiiut.
rXUKR Till'. ACKI'ICKKOl'
THE Y. M. C. A.
General AtlmiitHloii, . .75
Reserved Seat, i.oo
CEMENT, LIME AND PLASTER
C. E. MOODY,
tilliie No. :tll Pntton Avenue.
Telephone No. 40.
Wiin house nenr I'rriiilit I'eiMil.
I hnve innile iirruniteini-nts to keep sntl
hull soon lis yen full slink of ihi lust lirmiili
IMPOHTED ENGLISH AND GERMAN PORTLAND
LOUISVILLE AMD ROSINDALE CEMEN 8,
LIME IN BARREL8 AND IN BULK.
ROOFING MATERIAL AND OTHER ARTICLES
IN THESE LINE8.
My wnnhnuse Is now lieing hull! adjoining
rntlrnml truck anil mjr stock partly here ami
nrrlvliiit. t'ntll mjr awn warehnuse Is nn
ishrtl I shall oeetipy the Webster warehouse.
Parties aslnii ihrse art Ii Irs cun snve one cart
nice hy lenvlnR orders at olliee nnd having
property delivered direct from wan-house or
hy cnllliiK there for It.
AKTIFICIAI. STONB V.OKK made same
TUB LAKUUHT ANII MUST Kgl'll'I'liU IN
CHEMICAL AND ANALYTICAL LABORATORItk
II. C. Woltcreck&Co.
CONHl'leTINO CIIKMIHT ANII MININO KN(1INKKM
Annlynea of Mr tut, Orm, Cost or Cnht, K.ln
crl Wotem, I'crtlllivm. etc.
I'MICB LIHT ON At't'lJCATION.
Mining property Invmtlgatcd, dtreluped.
Ixttiuht mid iinld.
Hninplm enn In mtt hy mull or ftpmm. i
en i ny eipremt, ennrften mun ic prepaid.
AMrntR wanted la tvvrjr place.
DM. 11 C. WOLTCRKCK,
niivA df1 Mnnnrrr.
W. D. KOWK,
ITALIAN Ii AMERICAN
All kinds of Mons.
and Vase, made to
oriier la the latest
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
Yard At llunrnnthe
i AT RETAIL.
For Grate, - - $5GO
For Stoves, .... $4.50
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
For hiiIc ut Wbolesnle and Ketnil hv
ASHEVILLE COAL COMPANY,
Kxclusive Aiients (linnicstic and Strum I fur Western Norlli Cnrolinu.
II. T. COLLINS, Presiilent.
ASHEVILLE JCE COMPANY.
I'ure Ice niade from DiHtillod Wnter. yifico: No. JM
"JUST ON THE THRESHOLD"
OP A BIG BOOM, STANDS THE CITY OF ASHICVILI.Ii.
Now is the Time to Buy Reul Estate.
You may think price nre hih! ltut they nre bound to k lii'ier, iin junt i'XK'rietivi' Iiiih
Anheville Is the liettt known, the mont licnutiPiil, the unmt henltliful nnd tlteniuHt proKretH-
Ivc city In thin State. You ennnot Invent your en pit ill to tatter advmitiiKV thnn rlnht litre
in this Kardcn Mpot of the miuntninn.
Sonic eliuler ImrKnlnt In city lou und nuhurhun prnKTtleH can lie hnd Uy cuIUiik at our
JENKS & JENKS, -
Real - Estate - and - Insurance,
Rooms 9 & 10, McAfee Block, 38 Patton Ave., AhIicvMIc, IS. C.
I.HWIS MAIlIit'X, Pre. L. P. MeLofl), Vlrc-I'rra. . B. KANKIN, Canhiir
Diksvtom: Iwls Mudiluz, M.I. Mrarilrn. M.J. KnKK. J. II. Knnkln.J. U. Kny, J. :. Kent
8. II. Kecd. lieu. 8. Powell. C. M Me Loud.
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK,
Orsaniieri Mny 1st, ihhr.
State County ;and,CIt jUcpOHitory.
,loci a tU-ncral Hunk in Btttinena. liepoNitii rrerived. KichniiKe bought und told, Col
leetion mode on all nrceanlble Hlntn. The
Onnll sums In thin department, deposited lor
of 4 trr cent, per annum will be paid.
8ircial attention id Ten to loans on real entiitc. which w 'II be placed for Ionic time on reul
Open from (I a. tn. to 3 p. m. On Huturdnv
Only S NUch from AhIicvIUc
Tile itri'titest nunilier nnd vnriety of mliiernl sprlnKS to lie found In the Smith.
48 Springs on I,ckh Than 40 Acrcx,
Chnlyfientr, Iron, sulphur, epsom, alum, nnd ninimeln. Sevt-rnl very Hue eunihliuitfnn..
that nre urd in cuHiik indiuciilon, liver nnd kdlney tmulile, I'limnic tl vHriiti-ry, elmmied
IH'pNin nnd i-hronlc sick heatliiehe. One surinu rvwiilly devrUipcil in the uivattHt tonic wider
eviT found. Munr lire liuyiiiK lots to build resort coltnrs iirnr the SpriiiK" l.t nrcsold
nt noiiiinal prie to advertise the plnee und the mineral water. Itunrd van le hml ut
$20 to $30 Per Month, or 91 Per Iay.
References, testlmonlnls, etc.. can lie hud Uy writinK to the owner; or Itettcr yet. fMiynue
Int. re is invited to coine und try the wilier t.ivut liiiproveiueuts will Ik ntmle ncl
Trains Irnve Asheville nt H.0! n. in. nnd return nt 7 i. tn. lure lift cents.
For further Inlormutlon write to
OTIS A. MILLER,
friii i dim Hkylaud P. O., N. C.
IIXH (IP Till!
IN Til ti norm.
rttrett Cars pnss the
poor every 1A
GREENAVELL & IIARGAXPROP'IJS.
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
217 Haywood Street.
All WATKR THOROt'GIILV I ILTI-RKO 011 the rrciuitte.
Twenty-flve yenrs of practical experience, eomhtneil with ikhsonal attention to all de
talis of the business and nerfw-'t arrnnKements lor clkamlinkss nnd iti itv of till goods
manufactured, enable the proprietor to present to his numerous patrons a superior class ol
Vichy nnd Seltzer Water in SlplioiiH.
Clnuer Ale and all the various llaror. of 8HHA WATUK ready for shlpnirnt nnd ilcllveuil
free In City limits. Out of town onlers'tnust hnve sksiminsiiilb reference.
C. M. CAMPBKLL.
Axlicvllle, N. C.
Manufacturers and l)ealers In all kinds of Dressed
L U M II E It,
Door, HkmIi, niliids), MouldiiiK, Stalrwork, Mantels), Hank
and Bar Fixtures, and all klnda of Building Material.
Ilurd Wood Lumber Work a Specialty.
nny 1 dly
Telephone No. o.
PLUMBING, STEAM AND GAS FITTING,
TIN AND SLATE ROOFING,
ARCHITECTURAL. IRON WORK.
Pinna and SpeclflcaUon FurnlBlicd on Appllcntlon
We fcar. thorounh mechanic In earh line who have had many years esierlrncc In then
ba.ln.as. We can safely marantee our patrons satisfaction In our work, a law flxures.
BALLARD, RICH & DOYCE.
Mil (Id It
WINE AND . LIQUOR .. STORE
IN THIt STATU.
FIND SAMPI.fi AND MILLIARD ROOM.
J. A. MABQUAMDT, UU'r, I HO. 43 S. MAIN ST., ASHEVILLE, N. C
B. U.IiACAN, Secivtnry
Saving IVnttirr will reeeivr tiKi-inl nttentlon.
Tour iiiootn or lonuer. Intiix-Ht ul tht- ruli
the Suvinit liepnrtment will tcopen till p.m.
on the A. Ac S. Railroad and
A Nil li V I L.I.K,
WALK FROM COURT SQ.
I'l K8T-C I. A 88.
Near PatmctiKer Depot.
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