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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 24, 1890.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
II. D, CHILD, Business Manager.
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TTU'RSDAY. Al'KIL L'l-, lstio.
THE UAII Y CITIXUM
Is on sale at the following pluccs in Aslicvlllc.
HATTBKY I'AUK NliWS STAND.
Ul.IiN HllL'K NUWS STAND.
MODliU Clt'.AH STliHli, 1'ntton Ave.
J. CAKSO.VS NliWS S'l'OKU, North Conn
PERTINENT AND PERSONAL.
Nt'wa Aliout AHlicvilliauM unci ol
HtrunucrH w Itliln Our uutvx.
Tlicro were UK1 arrivals lit t lie hotel
15. II. Lee, of Columbia, S. C, is at tin
Otis Coxo, id' I'hihiilclpliiu, is at tin
Ilarnlil laeksoii, il' UallimiM'c, is at tin
II. C. Cult, of MiiUllesliuni, K.v., is at
I lie Swanuaiio.i.
T. O. Ilraml rciieseuls MilwauUee ill
Carl F. l'mlry, 1'. S. A., isrcjjislereil at
the Itattery I'ark.
J. S. MeVey, of Kielniiniiil, Va., is al
the (ranil Central.
Cnl. Trank Co.no lias ivtumeil limn
There were iiint ly-eiylil arrivals at the
iniiieiial hotels yesterday.
Mis. J. IIiioil anil ilatif;lilcr, of New
York, are at the (Jim Kuck.
L. Hiilieo. M. I., of Lancaster. I'a.. is
rejjistcrcil at thet'ileii Ruek.
C V. Meyer ami family, of 1'liil.nlel
phia, are al the Swuiinanna.
T. W. McCalliaii, of t'liil.icUlplti.-i. i
rctfistercil at the (rami Central.
Juan F. I'ortiiauclo anil wife are at tlu
Ilattery I'ark Irom I'hilailelphia.
l'r. 11. I. I'iteher anil wile, of Haver
hill, Mass., are al the Swaiin.inoa.
Thus. Crane represents the Stall
of Washington at the (".rami Central.
15. Linilemann anil wile, of Marshall
N. C, were at the 1'ilen Koek this morn
tlco. Chapman ami F. J. Mather, in
New York, ate rivistereil al the Itattery
Mrs. T. V. Cilihous an.l Miss M. M.
Whitney, ol New Haven. Conn., are at
Mrs. Lillie I'. Miller ami Miss Ilattii
I.. Whiche-, of New ISrvhton, 1.. I., an
at the Ilattery I'ark.
New Hampshire is rcprcsenteil al tin
C.leti Koek l.y C. M. C. Twilehell, of Mil
annul, I', ti. Ivvnns, of lioiham.
A neat reil mill pilil siyn, with tin
worils "Western Carolina Hank,' h:u
lieen painteil on the hit: lass of thai in
stitution. Owing to the Ijioiik'mj; of a joint in tin
leu inch water niiiiii, ciip.'.r of Collect
anil Oak streets, the water was shut oli
for alHitit two hours tu-ihiy.
There will lie a young men's Hurting
at the Y. M. C. A. rooms lo-nilit. leil liy
II. I'. Anilersen. Subject: "lllieilieiii'e.
Not peeling, Saves ;" lien. Yl 1:1-1 S. All
young men nrc invited.
Saturday the lilitli is Cimlcilcrnte ill co
ration dav. It will not lie geiurally oli
serveil in Ashevillc. There arc hut lew
of the heroes who fought for the losl
cause who arc Imi icd near the city.
MarriiiKe liecnseii were to ilay issueil to
Willanl Ilrymuu ami I. aura Justice, Mil
ton Harding and Nannie 15. Templet on.
white, nnd Marcus C.reetiletMif Meliuwell
enmity, nnd Hlleii llalhelutli, of lluii
William Rnnninn nnil A. Meyer, repre
sentinK the Frank Koosevelt Or'an coin-
pimy, of Dalliniiire, nrc in the city for the
purioeof putting the new ornau in the
I'rcsliytcriaii ehureli. The decorative
work fit the liiiililiiif,' is entirely com
pleted and presents a tasty unci attract
demensTand HARDINQ GET IT.
The Contract for (lie Public llulld
liilC Coiiicm to AMlievllle.
The contract for the erection of the
public lmilditiK in Ashevillc will lie
awarded to I'. A. Icinena nnd M. Hard
iiiK, both of this city. The liiilt were
oicnc(l in the olliee of the iiierviiii ar
' chitcct, lit Washington, on Tuesday. 0.
W. Corbett, of the capital city, win the
lowest bidder. He oflcrcd to do the
work for $07,400. The firm to whom
the contract win awarded were next.
Mr. Harding was seen this morning
but rclused to give the nniottnt in their
bid, nnd stated that lie knew nothing
farther about the matter than the news
conveyed in a private telegram which
limply stilted Hint they wrrc the sue
cessful competitor!. He would nut tntk
more on the subject than to say that if
the preliminaries could be arranged at
once work would be begun within a
Honors to Aahevlllo.
A few months ago Mr. E. D. Lewis, a
popular teacher In the Ashevillc graded
schools, left for Chicago to take post
graduate course in the Cook County
Normal school. At the last meeting of
the students he was unanimously chosen
by standing vote for1 class orator on
Arbor day. This is the highest possible
IT 15 NO KINDERGARTEN.
EVEN IF AN E10HTYEAR OLD
BOY WAS BEFORE IT.
Mayor llluutoii Hi-ih (icutly Ituwu
ou llavlitK Ilie IniiiiitfH of the
INurHcry Hrouic'it I'"" -'
Letoy Davis was before the Mayor's
court this morning. The prisoner was a
bright faced S-ye.-ir-old lad who was
seared half out of his wits when he found
himself before the stern majesty of the
law. His was the fust ease called and he
inanaged to stammer out an indistinct
"Arc you guilty or not guilty ?" asked
Mayor Illauton without looking up Irom
This lime the father of the youth an
swered for him,
"lie pleads not guillv, your honor "
"('eorge laekson," called Mayor Itlan
ton. "come up and be sworn." A little
colored boy responded, lie was H.rhaps
two days older than the prisoner and
looked iiiite as scared.
Just then Mr. Illaiitou app.ueiitly no
ticed the two for the first lime. His face
wore a surpi ised expression w liii'liqiii l,h
changed to disgust, and the ease slopped
"I never want another easeof this kind
brought IhIoic me," he said sternly.
"This is no kindergarten. Such children
as thai should !c punished al home and
not brought into court. I never waul
any more children brought here "
liy this time the humor ol iliesituatioii
had struck every one in the eom i room
and there w as a smilt on every ulteiul
ant's face but one. That was Olliccr
While, who made the arrest. Ilis ex
pression was unusually slcrn and when
.1 moment later a brother oilier reached
over and asked him if that was ihe lies!
he could do, Mr. While slide silently
from t nc court room and out in the am
The I'avis child was charged will:
lidward Honaho was charged with
drunkenness. Il was his second ollcnei
and he was lined Sin. Janus Washing
ton was lined u like sum lor carrying a
pistol and Tod Moore and Cli.ulis Si,!,
will pay $:i each lor lighting.
THE COMING RELIGION.
Tin- MuliH'C't tin- l.ycrtiiu WrcMU-fl
Willi ill l.aM Mlullt'H lll-l llliu.
The Lveeuni discussed the religion ol
ill'.' I'm nrc lasl night, ami Major T. C.
w'cstall mailt the oKiiiug Scich. Ihe
H-akcr di-l not outline any religion tin
the next generation farther than hi
thought il would have liss creed,, lie
4ii vc ihe history of nllgioii irom its
inundation and devoted his time to tear
ing to pine, the Wcsiiiiinsur conlc.,idi
of faith, lie went hut I lie ground thai
was contested by the Norlluru I'nsl
lery, and gave a., hi, opinion that ;
change niu-t lie made.
"When a KTS"ii takes the oivsol tin
I'rcsbt lerian church." he said, "he has
no use for Ihe llible outside ol w hal is
taught in the creed, and I .ty that when
a bodv of men iiicel and formulaic a
crcid thev set il up in tile place ol thcii
The sieaker tea I Irom the Wisuiiinsti i
confession and criticised il sticiily. II
admitted thai he was opposid to creeds
of all sorts. Hecouldsee no i;m lorlhein
Creeds damn etertbodv. he sanl. The
Catholic damns the TroU-staul, the I'm
testaul the Catholic, and the two com
bine against the heathen.
Mr. Westall spoke for nearly an hour
T. K. ('..lines lollowed and n.ol Irom
maniiserijil his views on iht subjicl, and
Mr. T. A. Jones spoke next. Mr. Jones
juicily scored much of the so-called re
ligion although he had a proiouud re
stiect for line Cluistiauitv. lie als
,Hike ol the absence of llie local clergy
men, w ho knew so important a subjeei
was to lie discussed, and ol the silence of
all of the Ulievcrs who were present
Henry I lardwiclie took the lloor to re
fute the lasl statement nnd Irom then
on the discussion w as win in mid wns
participated in by Messrs. Hardwire, 15.
1 1, Carter mill loncs. Il lasteil for over
Iteiil IXntc TraiiHlt-rsi.
I). M. Wells and othci to Jtsw
M. Nolaiul, I t" acres on So m! v
V. W. Mcliowi ll and wile to John
K j 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , one hull acre ill Ashe
villc township -In
T.J. l-ergiison anil wile to K. I).
Nohiml, eighty acres in this
X. A. Keynolds to I. C. and I'hil
lip Mclntirc, lot on Wiiiiillui
street .'I, lion
A. I. Lyman ami wile to X. A.
Keynolds, lot on Hillside street. , 1,,"nii
lulls ol iXcusc .Mamilaetiuiug
coiniiiinv, to I. II. WouilciH'k.
to neres on Hay wood road ",oll
I', S. II. Kcvnolils to J. II. Cole,
lot on Turner street Oil,"
W. W. Cottnll nnd wile to I. A,
Porter, lot on South Main
street I ..'nil
Jna. Unit rie k nnil wile to l M.
Stevens, three lots on Keeil
Will liricln Neat Week.
Street paving will begin next Thurs
iluy, May 1st, deneral Young says he
has received n letter from thrlirick nniuu
luetiircr in Kuoxvillc saying that the first
eotisignmciit of brick will be rendy for
shipment t lie first of next week, General
Young nlso says he intends tu break
ground on the work next Thursday
whether the brick have arrived or not.
The paving company's yard, where the
plank will lie treated with creosote and
tnr nnd all preparatory work done, is
located on College street, in the rear of
At thrrr.l.lrniVnf P. W. Vraer, t B no
n. m jrt nlny, Mr, J. II UnU y, ol A. he.
tlllr, il Mll Vl Vr. Omr, nf Ht. I.iiil.
Mini lry la a sister of Mrs, Vrwy, nf this
dljf. TWbrlriaJ party took th train fur
t. Lou's at p. m. yesterday.
GOSSIP OF THE DAY.
The average henlth-seckcr who leaves
Ashevjlle just about this time will not do
it without experiencing a fading akin to
keen regret, FarticuUirly will this be
true of the many who have found in this
favored spot the opportunities for
healthful change and rest that were not
to be found, during the winter at least,
in Northern climes. With all the thous
ands who have felt iimplv repaid by the
balmy excellencies of the North Carolina
air there mint be a friendly feeling for the
pleasant little city nestling up here in the
mountains, and lull of attractiveness and
promise for the men and women who
have suffered the ravages caused by dis
ease or overwork. Something and it is
hut fair to give the climate its fair share
of praise something about this locality
has probably kept many excellent people
from increasing by their presence the
population of the cemeteries; nnd al
though some of Ihesc may have heen but
temporarily rescued, others have had
long leases of life grunted to them by the
beneficent iullueuces of Something in
Thai saving something is probably,
when you come to analyze it, a enmpos
iie creature, made up of rest, fresh air,
change of scene, exemption from long
storms, good doctoring and excellent
care of self. All these causes, and more,
have doubtless combined to nssist the ill
ones in regain some of their lost powers:
but so long us the grand final result is
reached, why shouldn't we accept it,
loss up our hats ami hurrah fur Ashe
villc, and ge. sipiare by sending our
friends down here if they are luckless
enough to gel a bitter taste of trouble
with disease some time in the future?
A Very pleasant, picnicking sort of time
the majority of visitors have hud ol it in
Ashevillc this winter; and wetakeit that
they will retain some very pretty photo
graphs of this town mid its people in
llieir mental view w hen they have taken
ihcir final look uiHiii it and are whirled
"1 will back this mud. for slipcryiicss,
against the mud of any oilier section of
the country, and give it odds," said an
earnest s.ilcslriau who was walking ou
one of Ashevillc's most traveled streets
this morning. I'ossibly he would have
won bis liet cusilv, too. There's an un
certain, treacherous ipialily about the
iimd of this city that isn't observable
even in the lamed Jersey mud of world
The movement lor an eight-hour work
ing day doesn't iipK-ar to be universal
among workmen ill certain lines of labor.
I Ins inability to get all the men and wo
men who earn their bread by manual
labor to combine nnd stand fast for im
proveiiituts in their condition is what
ha" killed many excellently devised nnd
well-intended ell'orts to lietler the condi
lion ot these classes. The cnrK'nters,
however, set m to lie meeting with fair
sin cess in their ell'orts to help themselves,
although they have to concede somc-
iliing in the way ol wages Iriipicntly
when l hey gel a decrease ill the manlier
of hours ol work. This has just been the
case in IudiaiiaHilis, where the casutvrs
will work eight hours s.r day mid will
get thirty cents er hour instead of the
ihiny-live ccius demanded.
An electric street ear, whirling along a
certain street in this city the other day
was stnpied by the lively gestures of a
lady who announced that the ear men
hud forgotten a passenger. The passen
ger was herself, and the ear sloped and
uie iiuiv einniieu on iioaril, mere was
still something lucking, however, and
after a m. intent's thought the lady re
iiieinUrcd what it was. She then made
known her discovery. She said :
"Oh, I've forgotten my teeth!"
So the ear was stopieil again, backed
up a little by the accommodating cur
lienplc, the lady got out. went into her
house, obtained and placed in position
her teeth, mid then re-entered the car
mid was drawn swiftly to her dcslina
The arbutus that has been so plentiful
around Ashevillc lor several weeks is just
-iplKiiriug in the Northern markets, al
though they've hud rather an early
spring up there. Arbutus mid the dog
wood blossoms have been noticeable or
naments in this town for such n compiir
alivclv long lime that it is hard to im
agine they arc novelties up in Xew York
According to Sergeant Dunn, New
York's famous weather prophet, we arc
going to have a warm spring and a cool
ami generally pleasant summer. This is
not bud news. Sergeant Dunn bases his
prediction on the tact that for untold
years the average tcnieraturc of the
country Inn swung between certain fig
ures, liccniiscn very cold winter was us
ually balanced by a very warm summer,
ami i li e versii. Therefore, according to
Mr. I'unn, the warm winter and spring
is going to I settled up by cool and
line summer, full ol iilensure for the atnv
iil-hoincs mid extra enjoyment for tfic
At n meeting of the ministers of the
v.iiiiwnn iinpiisi Association in iinenton
lust week it was tleeiiletl to Hold the May
session ol tiuit association at Sandy
t.rnss enurcn, in untcs county.
I'll Mountain Park Mold, Hoi
, aprlniia, M. C.
Is firstclnss In every nnrtieulnr. with
the I est table In the South, I'ure and
abundant water nnd perfect sanitary ar
The seencrv is lieniitiful. climate much
milder than Ashevillc, there being no
harsh winds nnd nodust to irritate weak
throats nnd lungs,
The luiths In marble pools are the fin
est in the world and the thermal waters
nrc an unexcelled Seeilic for rheumatism,
gout, sciatica, nervous exhaustion and
nil diseases of skin and blood,
lixccllcnt physicians reside at the ho
Trains leave Ashevillc for Hot Hurinus
at I. an a. m,, ." nna i p. m.
lixcurslon tickets. Including one day's
board at Mountain I'ark hotel, $1.00,
I' or rates etc., ran reus
Ally. W. 0. Doolittlk.
Markets) by Wire.
NkwVork, April '.'. The following is the
mane of leadiliK futures to-day:
HiKhest, Lowest. Cloning.
WllKiT No. 2.
May 0B!i Hl'H 01
Jure u:h ua'ii
Jul" B'tlt, (11. tig11!,
Au:(lis: l)0.) Mi's fill,
Cokn Va. il.
May 404 Uaii "(i
June oI 40h "
Julv 4tiTs 4iK 40?,
oats No. a. ,
May 811 :U"i '
June uom, lilies am
Ciiicaiio. April '.'. fork, lurd nnil rll's
runaed to-Uuy as follows: , ,
HiKhcHt. Lowest. Closing.
Mkss .'okk til io n
Mny l.'l.Lt 13111 IS.M
lime i:i 7i) ia.no i.'i.Tii
July la.UO lg.40 1B.00
LAKH V 1111).
Mnv '-'T -an -M
June nan ii.ao n.ao
Julv 11 HI 0..HT I1.H7
K'llllKT Kins fl 10O.
Mnv fl.'J.l fl.Bo J.l-o
June n.ao 5'.'7 n..o
july fi-4-' ft-an nl,7
Nkw Yosk. April gl-. Cotton futures to
duy ranKeU us follows: .....
Iliuhrst- Lowest. ClnsillK.
Mny ll-sil 11 si 11 .
lune II. N7 11 si ll-KT
Julv 11 Nil 11. sa 11 -Mil
Aiiirust Il7 111 1J 7
Scpteinlier 11. ao 11.1.1
6!i-. M H.H 84.
Hllvcr l'laled ware.
In canters, spoons, forks and knives,
spcciul iuduceinents are lieing ollered
now. Rogers' tripple plated knives,
$1.75 ier set. l-'orks to match at same
price. Desert knives, $1.00 ier set. A
splendid assortment of Krai it Harton's
plated ware, the liest goods made, are
ollered nt lowest prices. Crockery, glass
and cutlery, very large stock and always
the havest prices at Law's, 57, oil and
01 Si iri th Main street.
WHcnd N. A. Keynolds' Important
A New Koad lo HIIhh.
If you are wise nnil wish to In-come
healthy and wealthy also, von will use
Kollcr King or Klcctric Light Hour; Ik.
cause the Ashevillc Milling Company's
(lour is not only the lust but tlicchcapcst.
The Averill Paint is theliest. tmt wears
all others. Ileautiful and economical. In
general use 15 years. Guaranteed. Sam
ple card Iree.
I'll'I'.ITKICK IlKOS. & Kolll-RTSOX,
New Advert! neiiicntH To-Iay,
I.mvT Thin Ortiec.
I'm Ms 1 hiii Office
I..T-K. K. KiimIr.
am hu Curtltiml Mr n.
I-'i'h Si.K i. II. I'Httcrmm,
I'mk KhNT N ChcHtnut ntnvt
am t it t-irMt Nittitiiuil Itiink.
i li hHminK Sale oi rriKTty.
NATl ATKtNIMiN Sl 8nN Allftinn Slllf.
N. A. Hh soli liniHirtuitt Titk. Nmice.
A p.iir uf Kr;lniiMft, with mnnll chain
k'uanl. Owner can net them liy upplvinK ul
ilim oilicc and iwyinK for thin uclvcrtiMcmcnt.
A nilk umtinllo with ilcr hatnllc. huitu.
tioufHud Iru, white unkittuk.
this oi i-ici:.
JOK 8 A MI.
8tv1ih accnntl hand utile bar top Imik y,
very vhcup. AUdrcHS
li. H. PATTBKSOS,
nprSli.t llilhside and bum lrm.
Vmtenlav on Mnfn tmt Iwtwcen court
htuim: mUfire nml Sw nntiiuiou hnU'l, u iitiiall
Koiu oar (tin m i wiiii iwrive jH-ariH. a iiii
crnl re want lor it return to
upril.U K. K. RAWI.S.
A NT HI'.
A eoniHati-nl, wi ll n-comnirmli-il wiuniin n
vnnmrtiinul orci.t. l.tioil mtiIi-c wulllril
fur which lilK-rnl nui'ri will lie pnid
aUJt I'IKSI' NATHiNAl. HANK .
II nnilsumrl v hiruihi-il, n vi-rv ileslrnlilc
rt-slflinei-, wilh Hliil.U-, iiunli-n nnil Truit. I'os
scsitlon itlvrti uiiuii-iliiitilv. Ailtlri-N
nrJ.lat Sll CllliSI NI T 8T.
iiwnrrs nf liutirmt-il nnil iiniinirovt-fl prop
rrlles ilt-slrlnu .o s II nt I'nlr prii--s can proh-
mny nnil uicnncr uv cni'inu tin
Real Halnlr llmkcrs, gunjgi) ration Ave
Important Tax Notice.
All persons who have not paid their tutes
for 1MMU, nnd it ho do not desire their pro.
crly advertised for same, ean avoid this
trouble anil rxa-nsc liy eomlnK In nnd set-
tlinii hrfore May I, IMln.
N. A. RKVNOLIlH,
aiirililiU City Tun Collector,
AT AUCTION !
Beautiful HcNideucc LrOts
ON I.MIIiKTV HTKKUT,
Friday, llie lh of May.
On I'rlday, the luh of Mny, we will aril at
public auetion on the ground four (4) lienu
tlful irslilcnee lots on l.llirrty street. This
trectfl It pnriillel to Menimnn nvenue In
North Ashrrlllr, nnd la one of the nicest
street in Asheville for a home, Hevernl fine
house jininji up now, Termauf sale mndr
known ou dny of snlr. Cnll anil let us show
yon the prorriy la-fort day of sale.
NATT ATKINMON ft HON,
apradls Ural Batatc Itcalrra,
ALU Ol' VAl.t'A 111 K TOWN pkopkhtv
By virtue of thr nuthnritv Invented In me
mm iriiPUT, unirr a cert n in ueeti 01 irum exe
cuted hy liella Htroup, M. Klimbeth Htrotin
nnd I'rnniTH I.. Freek and her himlinnd.
Chnrlc V. Frcck, to reure a certain debt
payable to Kiln M Jentey (the Ha Id debt be
In nuw due and wholly unpaid), 1 will
in pin uie auetion tor can at tne court
hue dnor In the city of Aiihrville at
IK noon on the flrnt Monday In June
iih'hih ine iinu i. m cerinm nouvc ana
lot In the city of A-hevtllr. to-wlt: the
Int known nm Numtier U'4t of Mellowed' ad
dition to the city of A"hevllle; for a more
jmrticulnr deitciiptlon of which reference n
ntn'ity mtitie 10 tne rreonm 01 morxKnueii,
tlrrd and truata, Hook No. 14, paice in 'J, In
tnr KeKlMler omee or mineomt e county,
where Maid deed ol tnrnt Ir rrKltered.
WILLIAM U. IIKKKHB,
npr34dtjun3 thn Truetec.
MAN A aumt of our natrnt Rafra: alie
3XSIMHN In, he. retail. All sites as
low. New at y lea new ialtema;new lick;
new fnelory. Not aovcmrd by alale I'ool.
Itvrrv aide warranted. Mare ehanee. Fer
mnnrnl liualnrea. Our term and eataliiRiic
will ronvlnee vou Aventa elrar .too to fSim
ar montll. write loreaeinaivr terntorv.
A l.l'lNH urn vii., unemnnti. u,
IOIIMN WITH BOARD,
Two entnfortable room with hnnnl to lie
had at eorner of Wouildn and Loeua . treeta.
DO to IliK) aawed loeuat Dosla for lath
lenee. Apply to
apruanilt J. I. i nnnnn i .
SjADIII.K II0K8B FOR ALB.
A laillra' aaddle hone, will work In alnsrlc
or double hameM, Apply to
apraii;it v. " iw.
Omct Aaherllle Rtreet Railway Co,
April aa, iswi.
A alnekhnldpra aatln will be held at
(intra lis (ha Tlh da of Ma. IMIHI, at nnon,
for tranaat-tloa of aach buaiaea aa may be
prrarnlrd to It. ' .
Ily order of Board of Wreetoraj.
B. M. JoNB, ,. tad Tree
CK0CKEKV AND GLASSWAKIi,
CUTLIJKV AND PLATIiD WARU,
LAMPS 01' ALL KINDS,
1'KlvNCll CHINA, Cl'T t'.LASS,
SOLID SILVKK TAIILUWAK15 AND
AND Tl'KKISIl GOODS
IN GK1JAT VAKIHTY.
MY GOODS AKli llliST GKADIiS, AND
PKICliS lllli L( iWIiST ALWAYS.
J. II. LAW,
57. 59 & 6 N. Main St.
ashi;yii i.H, n. c.
$. PIIOTOGR APIIICrj
ASHEVILLE AND VICINITY,
SKETCHES IN OIL AND WATER COLORS
jj S. Main St.,
CEMENT, LIME AND PLASTER
C. E. MOODY,
lilliie No. :iil I'nttiin Ati'itue.
'ri'lriillnni- Nil. 411.
WiirtimUHe mar l-rei:llt llt-iot.
1 have nimlt- nrrnnKesii-tlls to ltii-11 mill
nIiiiII sihiii have u lull stoi-k of the best lirilllils
IMPORTED ENGLISH AND GERMAN PORTLAND,
LOUISVILLE AND ROStNDALE CEMEN S.
LIME IN 8ARRELS AND IN BULK.
ROOFING MATERIAL AND OTHER ARTICLES
IN THESE LINES.
Mv Willi -house la now InlllK Imilt IllljolnillE
rnllrouil trnek nml my tmk pnrtly here nml
nrrivinK' t'ntll my owu wnrehoutte ii fin
lnhril I Hhnll oecupy Ihe Wclmtcr warehoime
I'lirtlet uniir ihvMi artlelca enn mivc oneeiirt
itKc by lenvlnii onlcrn nt oiIIit nml hnviiiK
proiicrly ilcllvcreil illreet from warehouse or
liy enlllnu thi-rv for it-
AKTII'ICIAUHTdNH WOKK mnile mimi
W. D. ROWE,
r. ITALIAN li AMERICAN
All klnda of Monu,
nml Vnaea made ti
onler in the luteal
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
Yard At ItiineomlH
TMB LAKUUHT AMI IH1HT HUl llTlill IN
CHEMICAL AND ANALYTICAL LABORATORIU
II. C. Woltcrcck & Co.
CON1M'l.ffN0 C II KM IHT AND UININO RNOINKKHV
Analyse of Met. In, Ore, Coal or Coke, M In
crai waicr rcniiucrt, cic,
rKICB LIST ON APPLICATION.
Mtntnff pmfierty invcHttgatcd, develowdi
Doii.ni inn who.
Rample ean tie dent by mall or enrcn. If
rni ny en pre, ennrur mtiRt oe prepaid.
A (ent wanted In every place.
IK. H C. WOLTCKKCK,
novtt dkwlv Manager.
Col. A. M. Waddcir
A COLONIAL OFFICER AND HIS TIMES
With notice of the I'rench anil Indian War
In the Bouthcrn colonleai the realatanee of
the Hlamp Act In North Carolina (with cop.
lea of original document, never before pub
lished ; the Regulator' War, etc. Koranic by
J. Mi MORUAN tk CO.
Blaty Sft.foot cheatnut pole., not leu than
Ave Inch top, delivered at the depot.
J. . IIIXBV, .
priladsitwlt Telephone Office.
JOB BALU CHBA1.
Parlor Unit. T nlrcee. almnat aa arnod aa
new. Alan .tore, chair, tallica, ftc. ftc.
Apply at il7 FATTUN AVB.
HarlnaT rented the Davidson H nuaa. on Cnl.
lex street, I will ooen the earn. April 14 a a
boardlnaj housa. New furniture throughout.
aoriiio I. c. BAIKII.
Two eYtltlrni.il boarder, can avc arenas.
aprludU as P1NB IT.
ASHEVILLE AmWTISliN liNTS
I AT KKTAILi I
For Grate, - . $3oo
For Stoves, - 45
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
I'or side at Wholesale nml Ketilll liy
ASHEVILLE COAL COMPANY,
liielusive Aueiits (liomestle nnil H ten in I Inr Western North Carolina.
II. T. COLLINS, President.
ASHEVILLE J1E COMPANY,
Pure Ice uintle from Distilled Water. Office: No. Hi)
Pntton Avenue. v
"JUST ON THE
OK A BIO BOOM, STANDS
Now is the Time to Buy Real Estate.
Yon may think price arc IiIkIiI Hut they arc UuuitU tu n hiKlicr, UH pait cxitcrlcucv luiu
AhIu'vIMi' In the Went known, the muni benutiful, the most healthful and themotit pruKrcim.
tve elly In thin State. You cannot invent your capital tu better advaataue than riKht here
In thin Knlcti nput uf the mtiuntnitm.
Sutnc iliulci1 larifilnj In city lulu and nuburban pniHrtUH can he had by calHau at our
JENKS & JENKS,
Real - Estate - and - Insurance,
Rooms) 9 & 10, McAfee Block, a8 Paltou Ave., AHhevlllc.N. f.
I.HW1S MAIllU X. I'm L. I'. McLOt'H, Viee-I'rci. . B. RANKIN, Caihicr.
I M K Ken urn 1 1a' win Mnilihix, Ml IWnrili-n. M.J. PnKK. J- B. Kunkln.J. B. May, I. U. Kreil
8. II. KitiI. lico. S. Powell, C. M NU'l.ou.l.
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK,
Oritnniiril May Int. 1HHH.
CAPITAL,. S5(),()()(). SURPLUS,S15,(KK)
State, CouutyaiitlCHy lOcpoHitory
hutu a tSencrul llattkinn Itiminemi. IVponitu received. HxchanRC bought and sold, C'ul
leetmati made on all aiTlblr puliitH. The Suvmik I'taturc will receive apeciKl atteution.
Onall aumti in thai department, dcpoiiitcd for four mouth or longer. In tercet at the rate
or 4 percent, per annum will be paid.
Special attention Riven to loan p. on real ctntc, which will be placed for long time on ru
Open from 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. On Snturdnyti the Saving IVpnrtment will be open till (1 p.m.
Only 8 Mflcti from AhIicvIUc on the A. & S. Railroad and
The un iiunt ntunlK-r anil vnrlely of inim-nil aprliiKi to lie found in the Houth.
48 Springs on I.csh Than 40 Acres,
e'hnlylK'iite. Iron, sulphur, epnim. nluni, nml iniiKni'sln. Scvcrnl very Sne eomlilnnlloni,.
that ure uartl in euriim iniliin'mion. liver nml kitlnrv trimlile. ehronlc ilyscntery. ehronietlvit
Hisin nml ehrunle sick hi-M.l.i, he. I Ine nnrniii riinlllv ileveloicil in the ifnntest lonie wn'ter
ever ttnintl. Many an- liunnu lots to Imilil resort c. mines nenr the .rin l.nts arc sold
nt noinliial iiru-es to mlvrrtiae tin plaee nml the mineral water. Hoard inn lie had at
S2o to $jo Per Month, or $i Per Day.
kefereiiies. testimiininls, ete.. inn he hnd liv writing to the owner; or lieltcr yet, nnvone
lull -rested is invited to eome nnd try the water t'.rent iiiiiiniverornti will be made next
Trains lenve Aheville nt n.n.T a. m. and return lit 7 p. in. fnre 25 rents.
felll I il'lm
lINIi 111' TIIH
IN Til li MIK'TIL
Street Cnr nn the
liui.r every l!i
GREENAVELL & IIARGAN. PROP'IIS.
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
ai7 Haywood Street.
All WATER THOROCVIILV FILTKRKD oil the PrciuUcM.
Twenty-five yenra of practical ciiKrirnee, comlilned with i-kkhonal attention to all de
tails of the business nnd perfeet arrnnuemrnta for vlranlink. and iiikitv of all good,
manufactured, enable the proprietor to prcaent to til. numerou. patrun. a auiscrlor elaa. ol
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphon.
Olniicr Ale and all the vnrloua flavor of BODA WATKR ready for shipment and delivered
Irce In City llmlu. Out of town unlera.niuet have anai-oNUHLR refcmice.
C. H. CAMPBELL. '
Anhevlllct N. C.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Manufacturer, and Dealer. In all kind, of Drcaeed
Door, Haul, Blind, Mouldings, Stalrwork, ManlcU, Bank
and Bar Fixtures, and all kind of Building- Material.
Hard Wood Lumber Work a Specialty.
nor 14 dly Telephone No. 6.
PLUMBING, STEAM AND GAS. FITTING,
TIN AND SLATE ROOFING,
ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK.
Plans and Specification
W. h.v. thorough mechanic. In each line
burinc.. W. can aafely (ruar.ntee cujr patron,
BALLARD, RICH & BOYCE.
TIB LKADINO '
V WINE. AND
IN THR STATE.
FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.
i, a. .a.qva.ot. vr. I NO. 43,S, MAIN ST., ASHEVILLE, N. C
B. IJ.IvAGAN, Seerelary
THE CITY OF ASHEVILL1C
OTIS A. MILLER,
Hk) land P. O., N. C.
' l',VB MINUTKH'
v WALK FROM COURT 80.
Near FaHenger Depot.'
Furnished on Application
who have had many year.' experience In then
.atlafactlon In onr work, a low Birure..
LIQUOR STORE .
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