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ASIIEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: SATURDAY EVENING, APItIL 20, 181)0.
THE PAIIY CITIZEN.
. f3iU.1t. CHILD, Business Manager.
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SATt'KDAY, APRIL 20. 1MK.
THIS DAILY CITIZICN
In on nnle at the following plucea In Aahcvlllc:
ItATTKKY I'AKK NliWS STAN1.
ULKX KOCK NliWS STANIi.
MODlil, Clf.AK STuKli, I'utton Ave.
J. CAKSU.VS NliWS S'l'UKli, North Court
PERTINENT AND PERSONAL.
Mwn About AHlievllllaiiH aud ol
ttlruimcrit Wtllilit Our tiulvM.
I. 0. Itccclier, of New York, is at tlu
J. I'. Hull-is rvj;isteicil at the Hiittcrv
Park from Cliicii4.
l II. McDowell ami wife, of Charlotte,
are at the llattcry Dark.
II. Dawsim ami wife, of HruoKlyn, N.
V., arc at the Swiiniiuiioii.
J. A. IlliiiKSWortli represents Meriilen.
Conn., at the Hattcrv Dark.
There were seventy-seven arrivals at
the principal hotels yesterday.
Jus. A. Muiicui c, of Kicliinoiul, Va., i
registered at the Uattery Dark.
Marriage license was to-lay issued ti
John l-'nllam and Mary Drcssly.
W. D. Ilalchclor, clerk in the oflice ol
the secretary of State at Kal.ili is in tin
The Lijjlit Infantry will hereafter drill
on Monday and Thursday nights of each
Ik-an Saje and wife, Miss Saj;e and J.
I. Cooer, of Alaliama, are at the Swan
uaiioa. I'. C. Wcslinorelaiiil, S. Darker and J.
I). Siear represent llalliiimre at the
(leo. Hanforth and Miss Danfnrlli, an
registered at the Swannanoa from Kncli
ester, New York.
Mr. T. II. Roy and family arc cxcctci!
at their collate on Sunset Drive on
Thursday, May 1.
M.J. Faulkner anil Mrs. 1). V.. I'aulk
ner, of Keene, New Hampshire, are regis
tcrcd at the Swaiiuaiiaa.
The eleven mouths old child of ohu
(ilisou died vestcnl.iv at his home on
Phillip street of bronchitis.
II. K. Keilx, wile and son, and I uille
Haldwiu ami wile, of Savannah, Ga., an
recent arrivals at the Oaks Hotel.
Senator Yancc arrived in the city last
niuht from YV.isliiiiL'luii and will Slav
hen-until to-morrow. His business
the city is not of a public nature.
Mr. Ceo. Kutlierford, a director of tin
West Doint Terminal company, will pass
through Ashevillc soon, in his private
ear, enroute to New York from u South
All youni; men arc invited to attend
the soil) service ami evangelistic Ilihli
class at the Y. M. C. A. room to-morrow
at V.'.M p. m. Subject: "Immediately
Cleansed." Mark I: W-15. Head Lev
On Tuesday and l-'i idiiy nights of next
week the children ol the city schools will
give an entertainment lit the 0cra Hall
for the lienclit of the school library. The
program will consist of music, recitations
and calisthciiic exercises. The children
have becu thoroughly drilled and the en
'.ertuinineut promises to lie a grand Kite
l-'irst llaptisl church Services as usual
at 11 a. m. and 8 p. in. by the pastor,
Iluptism at 7.S p. ni.
first Dresbytcrian church Morning
service nt 11..'10 o'clock in the I lattery
Dark music hall. Kcv. Y. J. Iirdman
will preach. Y. M. C. A. lecture hall
Sabbnth school at 8.3. Young icople's
meeting at 7.15. No preaching at night
North Ashevillc Methodist church Di
vine service to-morrow morning at 1 1
o'clock. No service at night.
Kivcrsidc Methodist church Divine
service at 7.4.1, conducted bv the pastor.
Central Methodist church Sunday
school at 0.30 n. m., preaching nt 11
a. m., by the pastor, Kcv, G. C, Kankin.
Song service nt 8 p. in.
Trinity lipiscopnl cliArch, Kcv. Me-
Necly Dulloie, rector Morning service
at 11 o'clock, evenitiRscrviccatS o'clock,
Sunday school at H.'M.
Trinity Episcopal chricl, colored, Kcv.
II. S. McDnfly, rector Early celebration
at 7.30 a. m,, morning service nt 11,
evening service at 4.30,
Kcgulur services at the French llroad
Uaptist church to-morrow.
Did Mot l Ml MitHlivllle.
David Hughes arrived in the city Wed
nesday and denies emphatically the
statement that he died in Nashville,
Tcnn. He was seen yesterday and
asked ubout the reports concerning him.
"1 went to Nashville two months ago,"
he said, "and obtained work in a dyeing
establishment there. As to the rumor
that I left here with a girl, there is no
truth In that. I did go on the same
train with the girl and her father, but it
was an accidental occurrence and I did
not know they were going. 1 was here
about three weeks ago and went back to
Nashville, and a few days after that I
telegraphed to my mother to go to the
depot and par my fare home, as I wanted
to come back and was out of money."
VOTE WAS UNANIMOUS.
WILL LABOR NINE HOURS.
lviithuHliiHtlv Mectliitf Held I.iimI
NlKltt A Number of HpvccliCH
Made and Iron Clad Kino
Pour hundred of the laboring men of
Ashevillc crowded themselves into the
hall over Drown & Oudgcr's store last
night and discussed tinprinciples of the
nine-hour movement. The meeting was
harmonious in every way and ended in
the unanimous adoption of resolutions
pledging every man present to work but
nine hours a day after the fust Monday
of Mav. The resolutions are as follows:
Kesolved, That we, the unorganized as
well as the organized mechanics and la
borers ol this city, do hereby publicly en
dorse the principles of the nine-hour
movement and earnestly pledge our as
sistance and co-oieraliou in establish
ing the same on the first Monday in
Kesolved '.'d, That in imV-r to pro
duee harmony anil uuityof action among
all of the trades at their various places
of business the day's work shall begin on
the first Monday" in May ul7-3on.ni..
stop 1 hour at noon audiiiit promptly
at ..3i I p. in.
The meeting was called to order at
S.Itil o'clock. S. II. Corn was elected
chairman and S. Waldrop and Y. II.
Clayton secretaries. Mr. A. Shell was
the fu st sH.'aker. He explained the prin
ciples of the nine-hour movement ami
read the resolutions. He was followed
by II. M. Hoover, who made an earnest
plea for their adoption and traced ilk
history of the labor movement from the
time that twelve hours constituted a
Colonel Y. 1. lusticc said he had
spoken to a great many employers since
the idea was first spoken ol in Ashevillc
He had found none vho were opposed to
the system. Thomas I'.all.igher. a
plumber, expressed himself as being
heartily in favor of the adoption of the
resolutions. He was followed bv J. II.
"Many claim." he said, "that if wi
have an extra hour of rest during tin
day it will only lienclit the saloons.
This is an injustice to the laboring
classes. Proportionately no more laboring
men than rich men frequent the bar rooms
and while some would spend their extra
llonr mere the majority would snud it
at their homes with their lauiilics.
oliii W hiteside and lilmcr Khiuchart,
two careiilei'S, followed and T. S. Cur
tis made perhaps the Siecch of the even
ing. "I have always favored this move
ment," he said. "Tliyc is no reason
why we should work so many hours a
day. Wc want to devclou our minds
and I tell you that a man's brum and in
tellect cannot be develoied at the same
lime. In my idea it will not be twelve
years until six hoius constitute a day's
J. A. tia.e, master workman of the
knights ot Labor, made a forcible SkccI,
ami Secretary Waldrop said he had too
much confidence in the fairness of the
Ashevillc contractors to think that they
would meet with opposition. In his
opinion everything would come out all
right. The reduction of one hour a day
will not increase the cost of building by
:i per cent., lie saiil. At tin-conclusion ol
his remarks the question was called for
and Chairman Corn in presenting it
spoke of the responsibility that rested on
every man who voted lor it.
"Vote what you menu to stand by," lie
sai l, "and do not vote for the resolu
tions unless you mean what it signi
fies." Somebody called for a rising vote and
nearly every man in the hail rose to his
"Those who are opposed may rise',"
said Chairman Corn, alter the others
had been seatul. Not a man responded.
"There are some ersoiis in the hall
w ho did not vote in the atlirmative,"
said the chairman. "If they are op
posed thev should at least have the man
hood to rise and say so."
Still no one answered and the reso
lutions were declared unanimously
On motion it was decided to hold n
second meeting on next I'riday night in
the court house and one on the evening
of the day the resolutions go into vll'cct.
A ItellKlitful tierman.
One of the most pleasant affairs of the
season was the gerinan given last night
it the llattcry Park by several of the
gentlemen ol the hotel. The dancing be
gan nt ten and closed at the vcrv sensible
Hour ol twelve, uiciiivors which were
exceedingly pretty, including flowers and
silver souvenirs, were distributed by Miss
Vuillant. Mr. C. W. Murphy led with
Miss Emily Muitlnnd. The others tak
ing part were Miss Ilackua, Miss An.
drews, Miss Kozet, Miss Marie Monet,
Miss liastman and Miss Dunbar, of the
hotel, Miss Pinekc, Miss Newton, Miss
Garrison and Miss Ilcllc Mtiitland, from
town; Messrs. Smith, Heck, I'urk, Allen
and Knickerbocker from the hotel, and
Messrs. Merrinion, W'nddell, Doublcday,
King, Stewart, Iiisscll, II. D. and A.
Child from town.
More Rooms) for the Iiulterv.
The I!nttcry Park hotel is to have an
other addition. Col. Coxc has decided
to mnke his hotel larger and the con
tract was made and signed yesterday.
M. Westull is to do the work. The
new part is to contnin thirty-six rooms,
with bulls, and is to be situated over the
kitchen and store rooms, beginning at
the east end of the dining room, and run
ning south, There will be no chimneys
to build, as the rooms will be heated by
steam. The interior finish will corres
pond with the rest of the building and
will be of pine. Work will he commenced
at once, nnd the contract culls (or a com-
plctlon by July 15. I
GOSSIP OF THE DAY.
The tabor lenders at Chicago, having
stirred up the Btrike fever and pushed the
eight-hour agitation to its uttermost
limits, will now, it is announced, siciid
the next two weeks in nn endeavor to re
strain the furious and almost undis
ciplined enthusiasm of the half-niaddcncd
men under their leadership. Tlicoriginnl
plan, which was well conceived, was to
light the battle with one trade at a time,
iK'giiiiiing with thcearienter8,lakiugthc
miners next, then the tailors, and so on
to the end of the chapter. But the other
union trades, not willing to nwait the
slow but fairly certain results to be ex
pected from following outthisstrutegetic
and excellently devised plan, have rushed
in to help themselves nt the same time,
ami the result is that Chicago is likely to
sec some pretty lively scenes. There is n
possibility almost a certainty of more
ur less fighting and bloodshed, and there
is an excellent chance that the Chicago
strike will wind up like hundredsof others
in sending the men back to work im
poverished and liealeu.
Very frequently the labor leaders arc
responsible for this failure of the workers
to lietter their condition. A desire to
hold fat offices, to avoid the necessity of
going back to long hours of toil them
selves, and K'rhaps a vainglorious desire
to pose as the labor Messiah who has
lieen designated to lend the laboring
hosts out of the wilderness, have liecn
causes suflicientlv powerful in times past
to cause men to direct the laboring
masses in narrow channels that led
surely and certainlv to inglorious and
crushing defeat whenever the capitalists
chose to pour down their golden millions
upon them. Hut in this particular in
stance the workmen themselves, if we
may place reliance upon the reports sent
out from the battle-ground at Chicago,
are to be held responsible for any result
ant defeats that may follow their rush
and hot-hcaded ell'orts to gain the mas
tery over their employers.
They have liecu led with fair wisdom
and a certain strategetie ability, appar
ently; one trade was to have its affairs
handled nt a time, ami no tremendous ef
fort was to lie made to hurl an avalanche
if labor troubles upon all sorts and coa
litions of employers nt once, thereby
conqu'lling the "capitalists" who are
not all capitalists, by the way to band
together for self-preservation and fight
the workers to the bitter end. That is
what the undisciplined, wild rush of
trades to a striking battle will probably
lead to; and a scheme for the betterment
of men who use both body and brains in
long hours of hard labor will lie very
likelv to result like scores of similar well
devised schemes of the past ill inglorious
and saddening defeat.
We learn from n late copy of a pnjicr
devoted to men's fashions that n new
thing in gentlemen's night wear this sea
son is to consist of delicate and prettily
ornamented goods ill such delicate and
. esthetic hues as baby blue. Nothing
could Ik' more delightful to the practiced
luil artistic eye than the sicctaclc of n
large, corpulent gentleman with a face
ii.iintcd by the sun and high living and
l-'ather Time in four dilfereut shades of
mottled red and blue, ami with the addi
tional bcnuty afforded by a three-days'
growth of bristling black licard, strug
gling into the soft, enfolding meshes of n
delightful, dreamy charm in baby blue
silk just before his innocent eyes close
mislilv in sweet, refreshing repose. When
all this liapK'tis may we U- tlicrc to see.
Cent lemcii who have occasionally dis
agreed with the C,ossiK'r,nndothers who
may have followed him in his ineander
ings through the fields of truth ami fancy
with n certain feeling of agreement, will
doubtless lie seized with astonishment
and pain to learu that these lines close
the last of the daily sermons which for
six or seven weeks have apK-ared in the
columns of Tiik Cnii:x. Kight here,
therefore, it is permissible for the(ossiicr
to licstow unlimited and heartfelt praise
iijMin tlicmauyexcellciit qualitiesof Ashe
villc as n resort for those who seek res
toration to health, and who have per
haps failed to find it elsewhere, It has
air, good as to quality and immense as
to quantity ; it has scenery as fine as the
soul of man could wish ; it has drives that
are dreams of bcnuty or marvels of un
rcstful, stony horror, according to
whether you desire to lie lulled into icnec-
I'ul quietude or racked and rattled for the
settlement of your dinner; it has a sun
and sky of Italian brilliancy and clear
ness; und its people arc genial and hos
pitable, while the bulk of the visitors nrc
recruited fr.ini the salt of the earth. Un
der these favoring circumstances no visi
tor can go away without feeling spasms
of regret rattling around in the vacant
spaces ot his heart ; and to the Gossicr,
as to ninety-nine out of every hundred
other people who have nimlc winter calls
in the Land of the Sky, the name of Ashe
villc will always be a sound thnt shall
tinkle with silvery thrilling in the chain
tiers of his soul, urousing plcnsnnt and
snddeniiig memories at one and the same
AN INTERESTING MEETING.
what the Mecklentourir Prenby.
terv Did on Wednesdaj,
Stathsvii.i.r, N. C, April 24, 1800.
The Mecklenburg Prcsbvtcry met nt
the church at Hojicwcll yesterday nnd
was conniuuicu wmi tt in-ruion uy ncv.
W. E. Mclilwnin. Kcv. J. L. Wilhumson
wns elected moderator, and Kev. A. G.
lluckncr und A. T. Siimmey were elected
tcniiMirnrv clerks. There were present
during its sessions twenty-three minis
ters and thirty-two rulingeincrs. Among
other item scorning upin the meeting was
un exceedingly interesting pn per prepared
by Dr. A. W. Miller, of Charlotte, and
read by him. It wns on the life and
character of the Kev. Dr. Hall Morrison.
recently deceased, nnd who had for sixty-
five years ncen one ol tne leaning lights
in the Presbyterian church in this State.
Another Dauer on voluntary societies
(not under control and direction of the
church) for raisingchurch funds, prepared
,nuch interest and was an exceedingly in
tereiting discussion of the whole subject,
and so convincing in its arguments that
it wns almost unanimously adopted nnd
sent up to the general assembly as con
taining the views of this presbytery.
Arrangements were made for the em
ployment of another minister to supply
the churches in Macon county.
Two other paers in relation to the
tithe nnd the duty of Christians to con
tribute one-tenth of their substance to
raise means for the church were suli
mitted, one by Dr. Miller, of Charlotte,
one by Kev. j". L, Williamson, of Sugar
Creek, Mecklenburg coiintv, elicited much
interest nml resulted in the preshylerv
sending nil overture to thegcneralnsscni
lily asking for more time to consider this
The presbytery elected two elerinil
commissioners and two ruling elders to
represent this presbytery in the next gen
ernl assembly to meet in Ashevillc the
15th of May next, as follows: Kev. J. L.
Williamson', of Sugar Creek church, and
Rev. J. K. McAlpiu, of I luniersvillechureh,
with ruling elders J. Hulling, of the Ashe
villc church, nnd W. II. I'aucctt, of the
Having fully completed its business the
prcsbvterv adjourned to meet nt the
church of Ilendeisonville, on the 8th of
October, 1 MM). S.
ArreHted at Hickory.
Lizzie Shuford, who was wanted for
stealing u dress from Minnie Hnrbcr, wns
arrested in Hickory Thursday night by
Policeman Jones, of thnt place. She was
brought here last night and turned over
to Deputy Shcrilf Jones, who placed her
in jail. The theft for which she was nr
rcsted was committed ubout n month
ago, nml she has, until Thursday, eluded
all attempts to find her.
Hllver l'laled Ware,
In canters, spoons, forks and knives,
special inducements are lieing ottered
now. Kogers' t ripple plated knives,
$1.73 ier set. porks to match nt same
price. Desert knives, $1.(!() per set. A
splendid assortment of h'ced & Harton's
plated ware, the liest goods made, nrc
offered at lowest prices. Crockery, glass
and cutlery, very large stock and always
the I kvcst prices at Law's, o7, o'J ami
til Siihth Main street.
iWr'Kcnd Hostie Itros. & Wright's ad
vertisement on second page. A free ex
cursion! The .Mountain I'nrk Hotel
MprlnicH, !S. Cm
Is tirstcluss in every particular, with
the Is-st table in the South. Pure and
abundant water nnd icrlcci sanitary ar
rangements. The scenery is licnutiful, climate much
milder than Ashevillc, there living no
harsh winds and nodiisl to irritate weak
throats and lungs.
The baths in marble pools are the fin
est in the world and the thermal waters
arc an unexcelled sKfilie for rheumatism,
gout, sciatica, nervous exhaustion and
all diseases of skin and blood. .
lvxcellent phvsicians reside at the ho
tel. Trains leave Ashevillc for Hot Springs
at 7.30 a. m 4.3i and 7 p. in.
iCxcursion tickets, including one day's
board at Mountain Park hotel, $1..,
por rates etc., rddress
Adv. W. 15. Dooi.iTTl.li.
A New Kimd to IIIImh.
If you nrc wise nnd wish to become
liciilthv nml wcalthv also, von will use
Roller King or lilci'tric Light Hour; lo
calise the Ashevillc Milling Company's
Hour is not only tlieU-sl but tliechcaiesl
The Averill Paint is the best. Outwears
nil others, lleautiliil and economical. In
general use -o years. Guaranteed. Sam
ple card tree.
Pitzimtiiick linos. & Koiu;ktson,
New Advert iHcuiciitH To-Ia
Uostic likns. A: Wkhhit l-'n-c lixcuml. n
I IH HTII iai;k.
Wastkii Cortland Urns.
1'oK KKST C V. Mill,, lie.
Ol-KKA Hai.i. -l-aili-rlniilH'i-nt.
Ktmkkt Kaii.wav Co. Schedule.
A NT HI i.
Ownrra of imprme) nml iiiHniirnvil prop-
crura iicMintiu t ii nt mtr pi jiva can proh
ubly timl putvhittnr lv tiillitij; on
I'llk I I.. WD IIKOH ,
Kcnl ttfltntc Ittolur. L'l nml 2 I'nttoii Aw
Street Car Schedule.
HcKinnlnjc nt 7 ft. ni. Knillntf 10.00 p. m
Car lenvvt tsiunrr lor Itrpotevcry hour and
Cnr IriivrH Htpitirt for nil point on tlu-
nour, niu iwiiuy mum luriy imitiuc unit
Schedule enrn connct't nt Hunrc.
Train cnr nml luiKuiitfe cnr met rvcrv
trniu, utic vniuv nllmvtU inch pnftMnKcr
Ilnieirnfrr trnti'Vrn.'i! from nil point In the
Clljr IOr ft ITIHH.
THB AHIIKVII.MS HTKKKT RY. CO,
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
The Uuver ilu,v mi Smith Turkey Creek,
Runconihe ciuiiily ; eontiiins OA acres, !I5 to
30 clrnrcil i lm 1 2.1 to I no apple trees now
in full IiIunnoiii nml I, fits fair for a lurxe ertip
of itiiori fruit. I'ulhllimn arc good nnd In
voml order. I.iuxc u-story luj( house with
kitchen iiililliluii nml a chimneys. Hmoke,
apple unit tolmeeo houses, linrn and com
erlli. ttnlil in he considerable timber on the
lul, nml n iw mill is nuw IkIiik creeled
within liuir mile. Coll nn
C. W. MAl.ONH,
npriuiiliw County Clerk's (mice.
TtiCHtluy, April 9.
M usie, recitations nnd cullithcnle exercises.
Hours oiicn st 7.80, entertainment to bela
at 8 p. ni.
ADMIHMION SO CKNTS,
Tickets for Sale at Sawyer's.
l.arKC, Riinnv mortis with gnnd hoard at
nprlindtf 4H Hpruce itm-t.
Oflin Aiherllle eltrcet Railway Co.,1
April nil. IHiin.
A stockholders' meeting will he held at thl.
oflice on the 7th day of May, 1HUO, at noun,
for transaction of such bu.lne. a. muy lie
presented to It.
uy oracroi Hoara oi oirectort,
D, M. JONUS, Bee. and Treat.
CK0CKP.RY AND GLASSWAKU,
CUTU2KY AND PLATED WARB,
LAMPS OP ALL KINDS,
PKIiNClI CHINA, CUT CLASS,
SOLID SlLVliR TAIIL1JWAK1J AND
AND TURKISH GOODS
IN GK12AT VARIETY.
MY GOODS ARE IIEST GRADES, AND
PRICES Ulli LOWEST ALWAYS.
J. II. LAW,
57. 59 St 6l H. Main St.
ASHHVII.I.H, N. C.
ASHEVILLE AND VICINITY.
SKETCHES IN OIL AND WATER COLORS
2t S. Main St.,
n nr I l
CEMENT, LIME AND PLASTER
C. E. MOODY,
I llliee No. :in I'utton Avenue.
Telephone No. 411.
Wim-linusc near I'rciKht Ik-pot.
I have mnilc arraiiKenu-Htii to keep iitul
Hhnll imin huve a lull stock of thelHt liramli.
IMPORTED ENGLISH AND GERMAN PORTLAND
LOUISVILLE AND ROSINDALE CEMEN'S.
LIME IN BARRELS AND IN BULK.
ROOFING MATERIAL AND OTHER ARTICLES
IN THESE LINES.
My wanhonw l nuw Ik-Iiik liulll iiiljnlnint!
railnuul track and my sttn-k partly here and
arrivltiM. 1'iitll my own warehouse I. tin
i.hed I .hnfl occupy the Wch.tcr warehouim.
I'urtie. ui.inic iheiw article, can save oneeart-
HKe by leaving onlers at olliee nml hnvini:
proRrty delivered direct from warrhouM; or
hy eiilliiiK there for It.
ARTIFICIAL HTO.NH WllKK mnilc suille
A Beautiful Farm
ADJOINING THE CITY LINE.
If application lie tmnrtc to un ntonce wc enn
mil ut A HKHAT ItAKOAIN n lirnutiriil farm
of loo ncrt'si mlJolnliiK the corinrntc line of
the city, flu nice Improvement)!, well Met In
Km, with fine fmitu; colli uprinK of wnlcr
running nil over the pi nee ( Vc., Acc. I-on't
overlook thin opjKirtunity.
NATT ATKtXHON At HON.
npr-'iltw Weill lUtntc iNiiltm.
J(K HA I. Ii CIIUAI.
I'urlor Ruit, 7 pirce. nlmoHt nn mom1 nn
new. Ainu move, imiirn. innirn, tvr , vc.
Applv nt -J7J I'ATTON AVI(.
Ilnvlnu rented the Unvhlnon limine, on Cot-
U'mc ntrevt. I will open thennme Aiiril 14nnn
lioiinlinK house. New furniture Ihrouuhout,
Hprio d I. C. IIMKI).
Two irentlemen bonrden can mt nccom
nprlUiltl Uii I'lNII MT.
tliindnotnelv ftimUhi-d. n vcrv ilcnirnlilc
rcniiltnce, with ntnlile, Knnlt-n nml fruit, I'un-ni-nnlun
K'Vin immctlinu-ly. Addrcnn
Two bed rontn. with hoard for ffetitleman
nnd wife with two ehlldren nm-d M aud 1
IH-rmanent, Aiiurewi, witn ternui,
1'. u n IX
npr'JAdat llrlntol, Tcnn
Htvll.h aeeond hnnd side liar ton bun.-v.
rvry incap. nuurcH
II. If. P ATT If K W IN,
apr4dllt Hlll.ide a.id Hunt streeta.
Yrntrrday on Main street lietwren eouri
houne .iitiare and Hwannnmia hotel, a attinii
uold hur liln wl with twelve ucarl.. A III,.
vrni reward lor ll. return w
pra.Wt K. R. RAWI.H.
Ilelluhtflil Dlnee for ummcr. Pramr tionir
.even room, t.nliurlian I, Inrve orchard, ai
pie., iiearhea, nrnra, eherrle., Krnpe.. moun
tnln .prlnu water in plie, larue barn, nn-k
dnlrv, pn.turaKe for larue nnmlier of cow.,
not fenced, Kood com and vretahl land
Now In the time to rent It.
aprHBu.1t UWVN WBHT.
At a real haraain. a mn.t i1i.lrnt,li. 'I.n.
lot on Hnvwiiwl atreet, 877 leet front, IV,
acre., iiood frame houM and oiitliulltllnun,
with InrKe liarn. Pine thrifty irrove of nnk.,
Iieautlful lawn, maKnlflcent view Near llat
terjr Hark haul, Apply at once to
UWIN AC WKIIT,
aprasdat Hals Aneiits.
M AN Aa atrent of our nntrnt Harrai !
3MIH1N Inehea. S:ifl relnll All n.
low. New atyleamew patternainrw loehi
new factory. Not invented by Hate pool.
Kvery ante warranted. Han chance, per
manent buaineM. Our term, and catalnaue
will convince von Airenta elrar Sflon to Srxxi
per month, write for exeluelve terrltore.
ni.i-intt urn tu., Cincinnati, o.
t AT RETAIL, t
For Grate, $5.00
For Stoves, - $45
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
'or nnle ul WhoU'wilc uiiil Kctnil liy
ASIIEVILLE COAL COMPANY,
Hxclimive Auents 1 Humeiitie nml .stenml fur Wentrrn North Carolina. ,
II. T. COLLINS, rresulent.
ASHEVILLE JCE COMPANY.
Pure leu inndo from Distilk'il Water. Otthv: No.
"JUST ON THE THRESHOLD"
OI' A lim BOOM, NTANDS TIIK CITY OF ASHIiVILLIS.
Now is the Time to Iluy Real Estate.
Vou mny think price lire hix:hl Hut they arc liouuO to o higher, uh punt cxitcricncc hutt
Ashevillc la the Unt known, the iiiohI bcuutii'ul, the inont hcnlthful und themont proKfenH-
ivc city In luin Stute. You cannot invcHt your capital to Utter ndvutituia1 than rlijht here
in thin Kardcn npot of the mountniiin.
Siiiiic choice Imritninn In city loin uml nuliurltan proK'rtlcH can be hud by calling nt our
JENKS & JEXKS,
Real - EHtatc - nnd - Insurance,
Rooms 9 Jfcio, McAfee Block, aS Fallon Ave., AhIicyIUc.N. C.
I.HWIS MAIIIlt'X, I'ra. L. 1'. Mcl.lll 1), Viec-ITe.. . H. KANKIN, Ca4bir.
liiSKCTos.: Irfwln Mm Mm. M.I. lieunU-ii. M.J. HimcJ. H. Kankin, J. B. Kay.J. B. Kced
8. H. Keed. Ceo. S. I'ovN.II. C. M MeLuuil.
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, -
Organized May l.t, Ihhn.
CAPITAL, 8o(),0()0. SURPLUS,.S15,(KH
Htatct Couutauci;cit- ;icOHl(or
IhH-n a ttcnerul Hnnkinix lluniiicnn. lH-ptntn received. !chnnKC bought and nohl. Col
Icctiitnn mnde on all nccvnniblr fHiiutn. The Snviti Feature will receive njicdal attention.
Onnlt numa In thlt drpartment, dctHinitcd for four mouths or lonKer, Intereat nt the rntr
of 4 percent. kt annum will lie iwid.
Hcial nttcniion idven to lonnn on real entnte, which will be placed for Ions; time on reul
Ojicu from 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. tin Haturdnya the Suvin Ikpnrtnieiit will Ik-open till 6 p.m.
Only 8 11 Hon from AhIicvUIc on the A. V f. Railroad and
The reatt-at nuntlK-r anil variety of mineral aprhiua to he found in the Houlh.
48 Springs on Less Than 40 Acrc,
Chnlylieute. iron, aiilphiir. ep.om. ntiim, nod maunekin. tleverat verv flue- ctmliuntlon.
that lire nai-d In ctiruui iinliui-.ti,tn. liver nml Uitlnrv truulde. chronic d'yae-olery. chroiiicdya-H-,Hia
ami chrimie alck heatlachr. i ine aoriitu mt-nllv level,iK-d la tlu- ten-meat tonic wntcr
ever li.uml. Miiav are l.uvmu lota to liuilil reaort eottintea n.iir the HprinKa l.ota iire-aolii
nt nominiil pri.ea to ndverlia, I he place ami the inlui'ial water. Ilnnrd can he had at
$20 to $30 Per Month, or Si Per Day.
ktfcrcmvn, ttnitnioninln, etc., can he had by writ inn to the owner; or better yet, nnyoni
ltit rented in invited to come ami try the wnur (mat iitipntvcnunin will be mudv neai
Tm in h ave Aohevlllr nt t o.l n. m. nml n turn nt 7 p. in. fare UJi cents.
For further iniorniatiun write to
OTIS A. MILLER,
fcl.i 1 d'ltn Sky IiiikI P. O., N. C.
(INI; til' TUB
IN Til II Klll'TII.
Htreet Can. pnaa
lluttr every 1.1
(x RE EN WELL & HARGAX,PROFllS.
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
217 Haywood Street.
All WATUH THOROl'C.III.V FILTICRKO on the Prcnilitett.
Twcnty-Avc years of practical c rlciiee. eoinhfiied with I'samiNAL attention to all de
taila of the hualneae and ier1eet arriinu, ineuta fur u.kani.inkmi and I'l'HTV of all goods
manufactured, enable the proprietor to pn-acnt to hia numerous pntmn. a auiKiior claas ul
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphon.
('.inner Ale and all the vuiioua llavora of HO HA WATIIM ready for shipment and delivered
free In City limit., nut of town onlera.muat hnve VKal'iihallil.s referene.
C. H. CAD1PBKLL.
Aislievlllc, N. C.
Manufacturers and Uculcrs la all kinds of Dr.'Med
Door, Haish, Blind, IrlouldlnirH, Stalrwork, KlanteU, Bank
and liar Fixture, and all kind of nulldliig Material.
Hard Wood Lumber
TIN AND SLATE ROOFING,
ARCIIITIXTl'HAL IRON WORK.
Plann and Specification!
Wc have thorouKh mechanics In each line
busloMs- We can lately Kunrantee our patrons
BALLARD, RICH & BOYCE.
TMK LKADINII '
WINE . AND .. LIQUOR .. STORE .
IN TIIK STATIC.
FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.
j. a. nA.ttVA.oT. M.rr. I HO. 43 S. MAIN ST.. ASHEVILLE, N, C
Ii. H.liAGAN, Seerelmy
e I'lVli M IN
yai n rnnaaAAiiDTCA
jX - t ' it..
Near Paeniter Depot.
Work a Specialty.
AND GAS FITTING,
FurnlKlicd on Application
who have had many years' eiiiertence In then
satl.factloa In oar work, low flgnir.