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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: MONDAY EVENING, APIUL 28, 1890.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
H. D. CHILD, Business Manager,
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MONDAY. APRIL 28, 1800.
THE DAILY CITIZKN
Is on sale at the following places in Ashcvllle:
BATTBKY PARK NBWS STAND.
GLEN ROCK NKWS STAND.
MOUBL ClOAK STOKIi, 1'attun Ave.
J. CARSON'S NliWS STUKU, North Court
PERTINENT AND PERSONAL.
Mewl About Anhevllllatm and ol
tMrattaTcra Within our uatea.
L. N. Cox, of Washington, D. C is at
the Glen Rock.
S. W. Blood, of New York, is at the
C. V. Stanford is at the Swamianoa
F. V. Carter represents Cincinnati ut
A. R. Kimball, of Orange, N. J., is nt
the Buttery Park.
II. W. Burr represents Providence, K. I.,
at the Swannanoa.
Wm. B. Burgess, ot Brooklyn, is regis
tered at the Swnniinnon.
Jos. II. Pnist and wife are at the Bat
tery Park from Philadelphia.
Julian Leiscl, of New York is auto
graphed at the Battery Park.
15. R. Ballou, of Providence, R. I., !
registered nt the Battery Turk.
There were lot) nrrivuls at the princi
pal hotels yesterday and Saturday.
F. W. Metcalfnnd C. S. Griffin, of l-rie
Pa., are registered at the Glen Kock.
C. R. Hicks and J. B. Brown, of Phil
udclphin, arc registered at the Glen Kock
II. Burton Millikcn represents Maim
umong the nrrivuls at the Battery Park
F. Godfrey and G. F. Godfrev nrc at
the Battery Park from Grand Rapids
Mrs. M. S. Hvcrlmrt and Miss Ever
hart arc at the Battcrv Park. Thev arc
Thus. J. Dolanniiil C. Ingersoll Maury
of Philadelphia, are registered at the
lid win A. Ilildrcth and Miss lillcn 11
llildrcth, of Harvnrd, Mass., and Miss
Susan V. Ilildrcth, of New York, nrc
quartered at the Battery Park.
Jas. Bnilcy, colored, fur several years a
servant in Maj. V. V. McDowell's fiiinil.
on South Main street, died Saturday
night of old age. lie was about 0
J. D. Kolicrtson has returned from Kog
ersvillc, Tcnn., where he wnt called liy a
telegram announcing that his father had
liecn stricken with paralysis. He left him
At the entertainment given by the
school children in the Oiiera Hull ncx
Tuesday and Friday nights there will be
u competitive drill with dumb bells. The
contestants will lie a class of sixteen
girls and a class of the same number ot
boys. A prize valued at $10 will be
Mike Kelly, who has been backing
Harry Collins, has retired, and the com
ing fight between the latter and "Pro-
lessor" Laytin will be in the hands ol
Collins himself. The interested parties
tried to secuie the new opera house for
the mill, but Manager Reynolds came t
the conclusion that thut was not exactly
the attraction he wanted to oien it.
IT IS FORMALLY OPENED.
Klcc'a Spring, at Blltmore Dcdl
catcd to the Public.
Rice's Spring, at Biltmore, was dedi
catcd to the public Saturduy afternoon
Mr. John 8. Rice, who is well known
throughout this entire section, was in
strumental in opening the spring, am
Mr. nrcese, who owns the land on which
the spring is located, gave the right ol
way. The spring is about fifty feet from
the public road and is reached by a path
At the road the fence is get back and a
half circle of rock has been put up, with
a turnstile in the centre. Everything is
clean and neat and is for the accommo
dation of the traveling public. A marble
tablet is set in the rock fence, on which
is inscribed the following poetry com
posed by Mr. Rice:
"Rein up, ye thirsty passer-by,
A. you an now, so once was 1 1
Hiop short, alight, you're not the first
Who at this spring has quenched hi. thirst.
(Mid up your loin., drink once, drink twice.
Pus on and think of John H. Rice.
For thirsty man he walled this spring
And then for heaven did plume his wing, .
tie ask. no (hanks his life's long span
Proved that he loved hi. lellow man."
Mr. Rice dedicated the spring to the
public In the presence of a number of
friends woo live in the locality, and gave
r talk on the history of the spring and
the State of North Carolina, which was
tnjoyed by those present. He was at
. aulred In full uniform of a major of the
infastry of the Confederate army. The
coat, vhich was double breasted, bad a
gilt star on the collar, Indicating the
rank of major, and an Austrian knot of
gilt on the sleeve. The epaulettes were
of gold, and were the kind used in the
United States army. The uniforms of
the United State army and the Confed
erate States army wers combined. At
' his back floated the North Carolina flag,
the South Carolina flafe and the United
States flag. ' He made (unite a military
HE MAY GET WELL.
WALKER, WHO WAS SHOT
AT BILTMORE, BETTER.
HIM Wounds) Were IircHHHed Vc
tcrday, slid To-Day he la Iiu
proving, but Willi (he Odds
AualiiHt Illiu Another
Hide of the Story.
Coroner Ililliard sturtcd out bright
and curly yesterday uioniing to hold an
itiiucst on the body of Charles Walker,
who was shot bv Geo. Gibson at Bilt
more on Saturday. T. C. Couunt und
M. II. Monihan were the only ones sum
moned. It was expected to make up the
balance ut the miction. Who the other
four would have been, however, will
never be known. The negro was far
from being dead and was in fact in a fair
way to recovery.
Yesterday morning he was feeling much
better, and 1'rs. Williams and Whitakcr
sewed up his wounds. It wts found
that the ball had passed thri ugh five ol
the intestines. His cliiinecs for getting
well are considered good.
S. II. Reed was ut the Junction nt the
time of the shooting and arrested Gilt-
son. He tells ml entirely dilVercnl story
from the prisoner. The latter, he said,
started awav alter he had shot, and in
live minutes was off u good distance.
Mr. Kccd, who hupeiied to meet him,
had no revolver, but decided to play
a game of blulV, and advanced
unun him with his hand on Im
pistol pocket. The negro thinking thai
his captor had a gun readily gave himscll
up. Mr. Kccd says the negro was a hall
mile distant from the scene of the shoot
ing when he was arrested.
Mr. Josiali Jones, who lives at tin
Junction, ami who formerly acted as po
lice officer for that district, was sent lot
when the all'air occurred, ami in fifteen
minutes was on theground. Gibson hud
then been arrested.
Alter being shot, Wulker is said to have
struck his antagonist, and it was not
until after he had been pulled away
that he gave way to his injuries.
The story told by someof the witnesses
is tu the cllcct that when Walker re
turned for the watch atul pistol which
Gibson had borrowed of him and kept,
he came around and prepared to tight
Alter some words he started to pull hit-
revolver, but the oilier mail had the
drop on him and shot. Il is this story
that Gibson relics on to prove his plea ol
Dr. Williams visited the wounded man
this morning. He is improving and hah
still better chances for recovery than yes
terday. Odds are however against him.
A SUNDAY RUNAWAY.
Two People Thrown out, a Man
Hurt, mid Much tCxvltemeiit.
A horse hitched lo a two-wheel cart,
which held n man and woman, was
frightened by an electric car on South
Main street yesterday, and backing
against the curb, turned his passengers
out. The animal then started down the
alley north of Cnrmichacl's store, fol
lowed by u crowd. At the foot of the
passageway he executed n llank move
ment und started for the street. There
was a scattering among the eoplc who
had run down the alley, and one old ne
gro, who was a cripple, was knocked
over and considerably bruised. He had
been sitting in the alleyway la-fore the
rtiunwnv occurred, and did not have
time to get out of the way. His inju
ries were painful, but not serious, and
shortly after he was taken home in a
One man who did not notice the re
turning horse until it was too late to get
out to the street, pressed close to tin
side of a building, and the carriage
passed near enough to him so that tin
hub of one of the wheels lore his pantn
lootia across both knees.
After reaching the street the frightened
animal dashed down South Main,
smashed the buggy against a convenient
telephone pole and was caught in front
of the Swannanoa hotel. The occupant
of the cart were not hurt.
THE CRIMI N A L COU RT.
The April Term Ili-glim To-Day,
and the Juries) are thoenv
Aside from the dignity attendant on
the office, Sheriff Reynolds wore a bright
spring suit when he called out the three
preliminary "hoar yes" in the criminal
court this morning and announced that
the body wus in session. A few minutes
Inter work had been begun inearnest.nnd
when u recess was taken at 12.311 for din
ner a grand and a trial jury had been se
cured and the docket had been called.
Th' grand jury consists of A, Nnnkiii,
chairman, and K. II. Cole, K. II. Hays,
Wilson Brown, jr., A. 0. Mass, T. C.
Reeves, J. G. Chambers, S. S. Norman, I).
M. Wells, L. Y. Israel, M. I'nrhnm, L. I).
Fclmct, W. L. Robinson, J. II. Miller and
C. W. Denlc. The instructions by Judge
Moore were unusually full and compre
hensive. He charged particularly that
the jury should pay attention to com
plaints of cruelty to animals. At 11.30
it was completed and the cnll of the trial
jury begun. It includes: J. M.C. I'elmot,
J. N. llughey, 0. P. Gillespie, I'. P. Mop
gnri, E. R. Glenn, L. F. Shook, W. K.
Chnmbers, James H. Morgan, R. C. Wells,
S. M. Monday, J. M. Watkins and W. .
The first case culled, and one that is be
fore the court this afternoon, is that of
tnc otitic v.. m. i. ci.iivi-jr, w iiu in
charged with killing two nogs belonging
The Mayor's Court.
Iiiseiih Snider and Tack Kiffer. two col-
orcd men, were before the Mayor this
miimitiir ehnrircil with an assnult. The
evidence proved it to be a most brutal
one and the parties were bound over to
the criminal court. Kulord Kcclmnn, Joe
Chunn and Barney Hurd were fined $6
each for being drunk, and two boys who
were chanted with fighting were released
with a reprimand. I
MISSING SINCE THURSDAY.
Horace Cireeley Wen-tall haa not
Ileen Keen Hlnce Then.
Horace Greeley Westnll, son of T, C.
Westnll.hns been missing from home since
Thursday, He left his father's house, on
Chestnut street, Thursday afternoon at
'i o'clock, and it was supimscd he hnd
gone up town and no uneasiness was felt
concerning him. As he did not come home
to supper his parents supposed he hnd
gone to visit his uncle on Hcaverduin,
with one of his cousins, who was in town
that day. He did not return Friday, and
the supposition then was that he had
gone up the Swannanoa to visit some re
lations, und would return Sunday with
His cousin came to the city yesterday
and reported that he had seen nothing
of Greeley und then his mother's fears bc
.nme aroused. When he left home he did
not take his overcoat or any clothes lie
sides the ones he wore, which consisted
of his usual everyday suit. He hnd no
money und could not have left on a train
on that account. His brother, W. II.
vYcslall, saw him going down South
Main street Thursday, and that was the
last seen of him by any mcmlicrg of the
family. His mother is very anxious
The missing boy is eighteen years old,
-lis feet high, rather overgrown, and has
light hair and eyes. He has often ex
pressed a wish to leave Asheville, and go
to some other place and it is supposed
that is the reason he has gone. He has
had no trouble with any member of the
family, and had no enemies. He is of a
very ipiict nature. His family have no
lear of foul play, but are fearful of some
accident having befallen him. Any one
who can give insinuation of the missing
lad will confer a great favor on the
AN UNFOUNDED RUMOR.
Uoriin and Wright Company Have
Mot Failed nenled by Dun,
The Associated Press dispatches on
Saturday rcnirtcil the suspension of the
I lor a n and Wright company, limited, ol
New York, which has a branch office here,
and has branches with private wire con
nections throughout the I'nited States
ind Canada. Their clients were every
where agitated by the rcixirt, and a gen
eral rush was made at thcdiifcrent offices.
This agitation was, however, anticipa
ted by the compuny, w-hich issued a cir
cular telegram to all of its correspond
ents, assuring them that the report was
absolutely without foundation; thut it
.vould pay a hundred cents on the dol
lar for its every obligation, und by tele
graphic money transfer immediately
upon reijiicst of any doubting corres
pondents at that. They declared that
they would accept and execute nil orders
as usual, and did so.
K. ti. I hill & Co. sent out the following
telegram: "The report of the suspen
sion of the Doran and Wright company
limited, of New York, was entirely erron
eous, that corporation having been con
founded with J. G. Doran & Co., whose
susK'iision we announced yesterday.'
At the local otliee business is being car
ried on ns usual, mid there is absolutely
no Inundation for the reported failure,
A CASE OF HORSE STEALING
William AHhinore Hiealw an Anl
nitil, hut la Already Captured
J. F. Woodburv, proprietor of the lint-
tery Turk stables, had a valuable horse
stolen from him on Sntitrdav night. The
thclt was discovered Sunday morning,
and the thief wus found with the animal
at Hcudersonvillc und arrested.
The horse was stolen by n former em
ploye of Mr. Woodbury, n negro mimed
William Ashemore, who came here from
Greenville some time ago. On Saturday
lie was paid off in lull, but was not dis
charged. He said he needed money to
send lo his folks who were sick, liarly
Saturday evening he was around the
stables, and left with the remainder ol
the boys when the work wns finished.
On Sunday morning when Mr. Wood
bury came down he missed one of his
horses. None of the employes knew any
thing about it, und a diligent search of
the city failed to find the missing nniinul
One of the saddles was finally missed
and when Ashemore did not come around
he was suspicioncd of being the thief.
Telegrams were sent to seven different
places and in the afternoon word came
from Ilendersonvillc that the negro was
An ofliccr left for Hint place this morn
ing to unng nun uncK.
Ready for llualneaa.
Mr. Arthur I. Wills, of the firm of Wills
Urns., has just completed furnishing bis
office in the llnrnnrd building and is pre
pared for work. Among other specimens
of their work are some exceedingly well
executed pen and Ink drawings of Glas
gow I'nivcrsity, the exterior and Interior
of St. John's Cathedral, Newfoundland,
und St. Mary's Church, Bridlington,
ling. A number of other original designs
ot church work, cottages and store fronts
bear testimony to the ability of the firm.
Dropped Dead of Heart Dlaeaae,
Get. Ttiggins, a well known colored
mm driving for J. E. Kccd, died suddenly
ut his home on North Main street yester
day afternoon, between 0 and 0 o'clock,
of heart disease. He was sitting talking
to his daughter, nnd fell over, dying in
less than a minute. He was 03 years
old and wus well thought of by all who
knew him. Mr. Kccd, his employer,
speaks in the highest terms of his moral
rhnrnctrr. The remains will DC mined
Mrs, Snllie Nnbors, wife of J, T.Nabors
died yesterday at the Mission Hospital
after an illness of fifteen months. She
was 30 years old and leaves a husband
nnd one child to mourn their loss. The
funeral wns from- the Newton Academy
at 4 o'clock to-dny.
"Blessed are the dead who die in the
lee tor Mswa tSoo.
On nnd after May 1st ice will be deliv
ered only fur cash or tickets. Tickets
may be obtained at onr office, No, SO
I'atton avenue, and will be strictly cash.
ASHKVILLI ICC AND CMI. Co.
Markets by Wire.
Nkw Vosk. Anrll 28. The following: Is the
range of leading futures to-dny:
lllgneei. iowcsi, wiusiag.
WllKAT No. 3.
May pnv. nnv tin 14
June IU' V-'h l:"h
juiy w.i w-'-s -'
Au-rusr. uu-u vu'tm
Cukn No. ti.
May Oil's Sli'j 3li
June 40 8tl
July o',j H "
Mny .11 l4 So'i,
June 'JVTh SV' -'U'.s
CniCAiin, April !!. I'ork. lard and rilis
ranged to-day us follows:
HiK-hest. Lowest. Closing-
Mkss .'okk V lo o
Mny is.kh m.io ia.x.1
June -J an 1 J no li' .l.l
July 13.10 m.lio ja.io
I.AKII S IIIO.
Mny fl a.i n aa o -'a
June fl.'.'7 ll a.1 il.B.-i
juiv h.o ii.m .;
HIIOKT Kills V 100.
Muv ri an s it 17
June 0.'.'7 .1 a7 fl.a7
July 60 o.:m o.a7
Nkw YiiKK, April an. Cotton futures to
duy rnnged as follows:
lliKhest. Lowest. Closing.
April It.UU 11 HI II.WU
May ll iin ll.ui II. ml
I line ll.nu 11. Ul 1 1.U.1
July ll. till 11. tin 11. ml
August 11 us ll.no 11.U
September 11. J ll.au 11.37
Hllver rialed Ware.
In ennters, spoons, forks und knives,
Sieciul inducements are lieing offered
now. Rogers' tripple plated knives,
$1.75 per set. Forks to match nt same
price. Desert knives, $1,110 iier set. A
splendid assortment of Need & Barton's
united ware, the liest goods made, nrc
offered nt lowest prices. Crockery, glass
and cutlery, very large stock and always
t ne li fe vest prices at Law s, 07, o'J nun
CI Sonth Main street.
Mf Add to telephone list:
Chas. McNiimee, Biltmore, No. OS.
Asheville Ice and Coal Co., Biltmore,
If you want good bargains in the latest
st vies of new millinery, cnll on Miss
Lance ut West laid 1'alton avenue, Hay
wood street. Also stylish dress milking,
good work and a perfect fit guaranteed.
Street cars pass the door.
The Mountain Park Hotel. Hot
Hpriiiara, M. C,
Is firstclass in every particular, with
the Ik st table in the South. Dure and
abundant water nnd crfccl sanitary ar
rangements. The scenery is benutiful, climate much
milder than Asheville, there being no
harsh winds and no dust to irritate weak
throats and lungs.
The baths in marble pools lire the fin
est in the world nnd the thermal waters
arc a n unexcelled siiecilic for rheumatism,
gout, sciatica, nervous exhaustion und
all diseases of skin and blood.
Fxccllciit physicians reside at the ho
tel. Trains leave Asheville for Hot Springs
at T.;ui n. m.. ..W and 7 u. m
Hxcursion tickets, including one day's
iHianl ut .Mountain rark hotel, $.0(1.
For rates etc., fddrvss
AoV. W. 0. DooLITTI.B
A New Moad to IIIInm.
If you are wise and wish to become
hrnllhv nnd wenttliv nlsn. vou will ust-
Kollcr King or Flectric Liglit Hour; lie
cause the Asheville Milling Company's
Hour is not only tneliesl but thcchcnocst
Paint t Paint I
The Averill faint is the best. Outwcnrs
nil others. Beautiful and economical. In
general use 25 years. Guaranteed. Sam
pic curd tree.
FlTZPATKICK llKOS. & RollKHTSOX,
New Ad-vert iMciiiciits To-Day.
11. Rsiiwihm, ft Co. Cli. thing, Mc.
$.1.(100 Hoi Ull.
For Hals -41wvn & West.
I'l KMTCSR filN KAI.X W. A. Iloyce.
Furniture for Sale.
Four bedroom ult,onr pnrlor milt. llniii)i
room anil Ititi-hrn lurtiitiirv, rtvc cnriict. In
Ant claM condition. Apply tu
V. A. MnVC I.,
nprUHdMt 1HI Kailry ntrn-t.
Three thousand dullim tu lend un flrsi
eliiss rcnl csliitc srt-urliv. Apply to
primdut mix un.
Henutlftil rrslilrm-r site nf nliout sis nrmt
ndlntnlnir. Hlehtnuml Mill irnHarty. lust nut
side the ir"t. south, un thr lower road. The
lot comprises Ihe errnt nf the hill, Iwtwren
two rond. Is covered with fine trees nnd
cmnmnnil nuiKnilkernt view. A ImrKHln
Kmn uf nau wj viiriy ,ui-niiiin lu
K. U. Court Hfiusrr.
Ilarlni rented the Pnvlilsnn House, nnCnt-
eice street, win iH-n uie snine April l-t na a
uuanniiK nousc. new lurtlliure mrnUMhout.
air," a 1. 1. UMKII,
?OH 8 A LB CHIIAI.
Parlor Bult. 7 plrers, Almost as annd as
new. ais.1 siuve, eiinirs, lames, are., Mc.
Apply at a7B I'ATTON AVB,
mtir j'j dllt
Two nentlrmcn boarders can get accom
Twn lied ronma with hoard for venlleman
nnd wife with two children aired aandl
lierina.ient. Aildrcsa, will! terms,
P. U IK IX U,
aprllSdnt IIHstol, Tenn.
Kttll.h sresmd hand skit bar top hugjjr,
wktj innii, AUiirvm,
II. H. PATTKKSriN,
apra-iiint Hillside and Knst streets,
To rent fur the summer months a furnished
cnttnge of four or Ave rooms near the limits
ni Asheville or llenilcrsonvlllc, N C. Ad
dress "A" P. o. Uux S, Charleston, S. C.
sprUJ drod 8t
iTiiHnuui pisninr summrr. rnmr nouse
seven rooms tsuburlianl, large orchard, ai
pies, peaches, pears, cherries, grapes, moan
taln sining water In ptiea, large liarn, rock
dalrv, pasturage for large uumher of cows,
Now Is the' time to rent It.
aprjontit . uwrn at WHBT,
At a real tiartralM. a most dealralila imrm
lot on Haywood street, 8TT feet front,
vTTs, gooo iramv nouse ana ouiuuiHlings,
with large barn. Pine thrifty grovt olonks,
lieaullful lawn, magnlncent view. Near Bat
tery Park hotel. Apply at one to
unin or w rmr,
praSdat Halt Agents.
Offlcs Asheville ntreet Railway Co.,1
April un. 1HH0. I
A stockholders' meeting will be held at this
office os- th 7th day of May, I aim, at noon,
for transactloa of sack business as may be
presented to It.
ay orasr ul noaro or i m rectors,
B. M. JONUH, a, sad Treas,
CKOCKEKY AND GLASSWAR1S,
Cl'TLlvKY AND I'LATlil) WARIi,
LAMl'S OF ALL KINDS,
FKliNCH CHINA, CUT GLASS,
SOLID SILVER TAllLliWAUli-AND
AND Tl'k'KlSlI GOODS
IN GK12AT YARIHTY.
MY GOODS AKH Itl-ST GKADliS, AND
I'klCIiS HIIv LoWliST ALWAYS.
J. II. LAW,
57. 59 & 6l H. Main St.
ASM IIVII.I.K. N. C.
v PHOTOGRAPHIC J
ASHEVILLE AND VICINITY.
SKETCHES IN OIL AND WATER COLORS
aa S. Main St., Atthcvlllc.
npr 1" il
CEMENT, LIME AND PLASTER
C. E. MOODY,
ottice No. ao I'utton Avenue.
Telephone No. 40.
Wnrelious near Freight lieuot.
1 have mnde arrnngemrnts to keep and
shall soon have a lull stock of the best brands
IMPORTED ENGLISH AND GERMAN PORTLAND
LOUISVILLE AND ROSENDALE CEMENTS.
LIME IN BARRELS AND IN BULK.
ROOFING MATERIAL AND OTHER ARTICLES
IN THESE LINES.
My warehouse Is now In-ing buillfldjolning
railroad track and my stock partly here and
Arriving, t'ntil my own warehouse is nn
ished I shall occupy the Webster warehouse.
I'nrtlea using these articles can save onecart-
age hy leaving orders at office and hnvlng
properly delivered dlrcvt from warehouse or
by calling there for it.
ARTIFICIAL 8TONB WORK lllllik- smile
A Beautiful Farm
ADJOINING THE CITY LINE.
If application tic made to ns at once weenn
sell at A OK BAT IIAROAIN a beautiful farm
ofinuacrva adjolnlnjf the corporate line of
the city. Hns nice Improvements, well set in
Itrass. with fine fruits; cold spring of wntrr
running all over the place, &c, eke, IUin'1
overlook this opportunity.
NATT ATKINSON Ac SON,
spr'JIdlw Rent Kstatc llenlers.
Street Car Schedule.
DcKinnlntt at 7 a. m. Bndlng 10. OO p. tn
Car lea vet tkjurc for tcpotevcry hour and
Cnr travm )uare for all point nn thi
hnur, and twenty and forty minute there
after. Achtdulc cart connect at Aquarc,
Train car and bKtfnirc cnr meit everv
train, Ont vallw allowed each paawnKer,
BRjrgaire trnnufcrred from all olnU In the
city lor yfl cents.
THK AHHBVII.I.R HTKKRT RV. CO,
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
The Dover place on South Turkey Creek,
Buncombe county contains SA acres, an to
30 cleared i has 1 3S to I no apple trees now
In full blossoms and bids fair for a large crop
of Rood fruit, nulldlnin are good and In
good order. Large 2-atory log house with
kltehen addition and a chimneys. Smoke.
apple and tobacco houses, barn and corn
crib. Said to be considerable timber on the
lot, and saw mill Is now being erected
within hair mile. Call on
C. W. MAI.ONli,
aprlindlw County Clerk's Ofllre,
Tuesday, April 19.
Friday, May a.
Music, recitations and cmllalhenlc exercises.
Doors open at T.80, entertainment to begin
at S p, m.
ADMISSION SO CKNTi,
Tickets lor Sale at Sawyer's.
Large, sunny rooms with good hoard at
SSSia. SL1CH KHYNOl.llH.,
4S Sprues street.
s AT RETAIL, t
For Stoves, -
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
I'or sale ut Wholesale anil Retail by
ASHEVILLE COAL COMPANY,
Kxelusivc Agents I lloinestic nnd tttrnml lor Western North Carolina.
II. T. COLLINS. President.
ASHEVILLE ICE COMPANY,
Pure Ice nindo from Distilled Wator. Office: No. Hi)
"JUST ON THE
OF A 11IO BOOM, HTANDti
Now is the Time
Vou nmy think pricca nrv IiIkIi t Hut they
AkHcvHIc 1 the hi-Mt known, the mont iK'iiutiful, the most hen It lift. I uml t hem out iriKrexii
ivc city tn thin Stiitc. Vou cunnot InvcHt your
in this Kunlvn ot of the mountulm.
Sonte ehok-r liurunlnH In eltv lott and ttuhurltnn iirttneriii'N enn lie hutl hv I'lilllnif nt nur
Real - Estate -
Room 9 & 10, McAfee Block,
l.ltWIS MAIIIII'X, I'rcs
L. P. Mcl.Ol'1), Vler-I'rcs.
Diksctohs: lwis Maddux, M.
8. H. Kccd. Geo. 8.
-E WESTERN CAROLINA BANK,
Ilruanlxcd May 1st. tHNH.
CAPITAL, S5),()()(). SU RPLUS,S15,(KK)
State, Count ;aiiri;cit HepoHitory.
Hoes a Oeneral Hanking Business. Ik-posit, received. Kiehanire houKht and sold. Col
Iretiiins made on all accessible points. The Suvinie Feature will receive simml attention.
On all sums in thla department, deposited for four months or lonicrr. interest at the rale
of percent, per annum will he p ' I.
Special attention Riven to loans on real estate, which will be placed for lone time on real
Open from a a. m. to S p. m. On Sutuntnys the Suvlnn liepartment will beoH-ntitl n p.m.
Only 8 Miles from Aahcville on the A. & H. Railroad and
The iireiitrat numlxT nnd variety of mineral spriuus to lie found in the Houlh.
48 Springs on Less Than 40 Acres,
ChnlvlH-nte, Iron, sulphur, cp.nm. alum, nnd nminiesin. Several very fine eomlilniitloni.,
thul are used in euriim imliKeslion. liver nnd klilnev trouble, chronic d'vsrnlirv. ehroiiieilva
Kiln anil chronic siek heailaelie. line urinii rvcvntlv ileveloiH.il is the KrenU-'sl tonic w-nier
ever fouilil. Many are buying lots to liuilii resort cottiiKes near the Kprom. Lots nrc sold
at nominnl pri.es to advertise the place mid the mineral wntrr. Ilnard can lie hud at
Sao to $30 Per Month, or $1 Per Mny.
K.-ferem-es, testimonials, etc.. can lie hail by wrlllnu to the owner; or liellrr vet. nnvoiie
Interested is invited to come and try the w ater, tlreut improvrmenls will lie made ucxl
Trains leave Asheville at ll.ll.l a. m. anil return at 7 p. nl. fare 2(1 cents.
ihiiu.i i, ,,,, ,i, wnie in
fclil I dim
ONH OF TUB
IN TIIH HOI'TH.
Htrrvt Cnra nnu the
luur every Ifi
IxS-.-.-i-.i 'A .I' A -A'v;
" I OAKS H Is X i ri II
GREENAVELL & IfARGAX. llOP'RS.
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
217 Haywood Street.
All WATER THOROVVHLV I- IXTKKKO on the Prcmlsjca.
Twenty-five years of practical eiericncc, comhlned with I'kssokai. attention to all de
tails of the business nnd perfect arnmm-nunts rur ci.kani.inkss and i-ukity of all goods
manufactured, enable the proprietor to present to his numcruus patrons a suiierior class ol
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphon.
Olnger Ale and nil the various flavors of HO HA WATBR ready for shipment and delivered
free In City NmiU. Out of town onli-rs.must have nsbi-onsihls reference.
C. H. CAMPBKI.L.
Asheville, N. C.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING GO,,
Manufacturers and Dealers In all kinds of Dressed
Door, 8awh, Blind, Mouldings, Htalrwork, Mantels, Bank
and Bar Fixture, and all kind, of Building Material.
Hard Wood Lumber Work a Specialty.
PLUMBING, STEAM AND GAS FITTING,
TIN AND SLATE ROOFING,
ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK.
Plans and Specifications Furnished on Application
We havt thorough mechanics In each line who have had many years' experience In their
business. We can safely guarantee our patrons satisfaction In our work, low figures.
BALLARD, RICH & BOYCE.
THK LKADINO '
V WINE . AND . LIQUOR , STORE .
FINE SAMPLE AND
j. a. HAMQVAstDT. M-.-r. NO.
15. L'.KAOAN, Sccrvtiiry
THU CITY OF AHHEV1LI.I':
to Buy Real Estate.
urc hound to go hlKhcr, uh imnt i-xtcrlcu.T ItuM
cin-ltnl to Ik llcr udviiiitiiate than riht here
and - Insurance,
aS Patton Ave., Aahcvillc.N. C.
. B. RANKIN. Cu.nhH.-r.
M.J. FnnK. J. B. Rankin, J. B. Ray, J. B. Kced
OTIS A. MILLER,
Hkyland F. O., N. C.
WALK FROM COURT SQ.
T A 11 I. I.1
"i 7 TS 1 W T I p , k T . C 1. A U
Near Paiciifer Depot.
43 S. MAIN ST., ASHEVILLE, N. C