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ASI1EVILLE DAILY CITIZEN ; TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 2U, 1800.
THE DAILY CITIZEN
H. D. CHILD, Business Manager,
Till Dailt Citiikn will be published every
afternoon (except Sunday) at the full.wing
ona utnKllj casa.'
One Year. 6.00
Six Month 8.00
Three Month! 1.B0
One Month 60
One Week IS
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call at the Citizen Office.
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transient advertisements must be paid In a
The OrriiaM la the mnat avtanalvelv clrru.
latcd and widely read newspaper In Western
, Its discussion of public men and measures
is In the interest or public integrity, honest
Kovernment, and prosperous industry, and it
snows no personal allegiance in treating pud.
Specimen copies of any edition will be sen
free to anv one sendina their address.
Reading notices ten cents tier line. Otitu
sry, marriage and society notices fifty cents
each (not exceeding ten lines) or fifty cents
TUESDAY. Ai'KIL 29, 1800.
TUB DAILY CITIZEN
Is on sale at the following places In Ashcvillc
i.i inn urriLS,
BATTBKY I'AKK NBW8 STAND.
llt.BN ROCK NHWS STAND.
MODBL CIGAR STORK. I'ntton Ave.
J. CARSON'S NliWS STOKU, North Court
PERTINENT AND PERSONAL
News) About Aatievllllans) and of
strangers) Within Our Ciateat,
F. A. Luck, sr., of Svlvn, is in town to
W. U. Jenkins, oi Baltimore, is nt tin
J. W. L. Arthur is iti the city tu-tlay
from Bryaon City.
lintcrtninmcnt by the city schools at
0cra Hall to-iiiylit.
J. A. lliekson, of Morj;anton, is regis
tered nt the Glen Rock.
L. UcHniKruth, of New ork, is regis
tered at the Swfitinfinoii.
D. B. Viinglin, of Louisville, is regis
tered nt the Swiinnitnon.
Mr. R. P. Poster has returned from the
eastern part of the State.
There were seventy arrivals fit the
principal hotels yesterday.
C. A. Sclmcfcr represent SpriiiKfielil.
Ohio, nt the Battery Park.
I,. L. Lanier, of Philadelphia, is ill the
Swannanna for a short while.
(',. Kosrnthnl, of Kaleiuh. is in the city.
He is registered nt the Battery Park.
Misses Kiln and Bettie Suniinev, '
Charlotte, nrc visiting friends iti the
Daniel K. Young mid John J. M.ipp, til
Sew York are registered at the Batter
Mr. V. K. Bearden has returtieil from
Ploridn. He lias Urn uliscnt three
Omar Clark and wile and Miss S. Belle
Clark, of Carrilunk, Maine, are at the
Blind George will give a musical enter
tainnient at the West Kiitl tcnicriiiiii
Mr. E. Y. Jones has returned from
long visit to his old home in the eastern
part of the State.
Frank S. Smith, son of lr. T. C. Smith
has returned from New York citv, where
he has liecn studying pharmacy.
The sparring match lielwccn Harry
Collins and"PnfcKor"Lnvtin will come
ofTto-niorrow evening in ()ieni Hall
Mrs. Mark Skinner, the Misses Skiune
and Mrs. Hurry J. Willing, of Chicngi
have taken rooms nt the Batteiy Park
Chns. Walker, the colored man who
was shot at Ililtmorc on Saturdav, isini
proving steadily and hi chances for re
covery are good.
All master mechanics arc reiii-tcd t
attend a meeting in the Hendry block to
night to consider the present agitation i
the nine hour system.
Mr. and Mrs. Rols-rt Graham returned
from their bridal tour yesterday. To,
night a reception will lie tendered tin
newly married couple ut the home of C
S. Y. Tupper, jr., adjuster of the I'lie
nix Fire Insurance company, is here fot
the purpose of fixing the loss on V. H
West' houses, destroyed n few day ago
Mr. Tupper is from Charleston, S C
II. S. McClure, a freight conductor on
the Asbcville and Spartanburg railroad
fell from a moving train Saturday near
Biltmore and received painful but not
serious injuries. The man was brought
here last night.
E. W. McParlanil, a stock raiser anil
shipper, of Delaware, Ohio, arrived in
the city this morning with three horses
for the Vandcrbilt estate. They consist
of a riding horse and carriage team and
ore valuable animals.
A. II. Lymnn brought to Tiim Citukx
office this morning a bunch of wild straw.
berry plant he bad picked on Sunset
Drive. Not only ore they peculiar for
bearing ripe berrie so early in the ten'
on, but the same plant alto show the
flower in blossom.
There I rumor on the (trect thnt the
supreme court bnl reversed tlx justice's
decision in the cane of the State vs. I II.
Steele, manager of the Battery Park ho
tel, and hold thnt hotel have power to
keep livery (table drummer oft the prem
ise. Neither Mr. Steele or hi attorney
could substantiate It.
Mia Bids) of III Mory.
William Aahemore, who took a hone
from 1. F. Woodbury' cubic on Satur
day night and was arrested with It in
bis poMcssion at Ilcndersonville, wns
brought back to the city yesterday and
placed in the county Jail. The grand
jury have found true bill In hi case and
be will probably be tried at the present
term of court. It is (tated by the officer
tbnt when found be had sold the saddle
ml turned the horse loose.
Ashemore wa seen this morning-. He
dot ot utn7 thnt n tooK tM onimal,
but that be only Intended to rids It
M fit as Hendersonville, and that he
turnedV out thinking that it would re
turn to JUbeviUe. lis denies bavins; sold
SOME GOOD WORK DONE.
THE RAILROAD INVESTIGA
TION COMMITTEE'S WORK.
The Wlliuluiftoii and Wvlcluii Sur
renders) Its) Exemption Front
Taxntlon A Good Idea for
Oilier Railroads) In the
Captain M. li. Carter has returned from
Raleigh, where he went to attend a scs
sion of the railroad investigating com
mittee, composed of Senators Kerr and
Aycockand Representatives Carter, Sut
ton and Holcninu. Some good work for
the State was done at the meeting.
The Wilmington and Wcldou Railroad
company surrendered its exemption from
taxation, although the supreme court ol
the 1'nited States had held that the ex
emption clauses in its charier were valid
The people of the State did not expect li
subject to taxation any of i lie company's
property except what it might have in
excess of what was actuallv neeessarv
lor its business.
But the unreserved mid full surrender
ofull its proM.rly for taxation is as cred
itable to the company as it will Ik- grati
fying to the K'oplc. It is estimated that
this arrangement will bring into the
treasury an annual income of from $1
(Hit) to $:'"i,l(lO.
The Raleigh and Gaston Railroad coin
pauy also made a compromise w ith tin-
State, by w hieh it has paid the Slale the
sum of $15,iiiHl cash for back taxes, The
location of ils future liability is left open.
but the Slate is ipiite sure of winning tin
light upon the itiestion reserved.
Other railroads are to lc investigated
nt thejuue session of tliecoiumittee. Tin
Pullman Car company, the express com
pany, telegraph couipativ and hiIi:i
other corHiratious will liavc a cli.irc oi
the committee's at lent ion.
B all would follow the example of tlu
railroads mentioned, and pay their i d!
share oft lie taxes, it would undoubtedly
lead to a Utter slate of feeling on tin
part of the coplc tow ards the many cor
porations oicrnling in the State.
FOR A CHAUTAUQUA.
The W. V. T. r. Will i:tnl)llHli one
lust after the close of the U . C. T. I .
site eoiiveiitiiiu. w hit li ttu-l in Aslu viili
last July. an arliilc .ipiand in Till Cl 1 1-
2I-:n upon the sul'Kct ol a Ch.iulauua
o Ik- established in sicru Cirnliua u.-
er llieaupi,vsol the W , nil. in sCii: i:ti.ii
Teuiier,incv I'iikui. Altli.umh little I ; i -
K-t-u written fi.r the pi ess up.m the uir
iccl siiue last convtiiiioii. el t!iroi:L:li
irivale eorrespi'iudeiuv the plan has Uci:
shaping ilsell until the est.il-li-hnicul it
he Chatilauiiiia as piiHius,d mi ins n,,w
Immeiliatelv after the close- ol'tliv W.C.
T. V. Stale convention to lie held al Con
cord, July 10, IT. I'.t, 1 1 t c a iiinuUr
of both Stale ami national woi Ui an
CXMAted to visit Ashcvillc. fur the pur
hsc of holding a "School of Miih.iiis"
and al the same time to make airauge
mcnis for the a-rm.tuctilcHlati!i-!iiiiciiioi
the institution named. I'roni tlit. I uioii
Signal, the national organ of t!.e W. C.
T. ('., the following is taken :
"The county conventions a condiu led
ill North Carolina la-l year l the Slaw
president, Mrs. Wou.lv, a-ilcd bv Mis
Wells, national orgauitr ilu series i i
niex-lings has eiiliuin. tied in a siin.-iueiit
organization know un "The Ahe ilic .
C. T. I . AsM-nibly," ol which Mis. Well
is the president, and the sever. d St, it,
presidents Iroiu lieoigi.i, luueM.
South Carolina rind Nm III Caroliii.i are
viir-pre-suleiits. Tin asseiuMy is to li.ivt
its tn st session during the latter part of
July and August, with a "Slio,, ,,i
Mcthoils" and a wix-k's llilile study it n
tier lK-aiiWriglit.nl Boston, lin-iy l
lort is being made to liae this mitia'
inecliiig a grand success. Miss ihard,
Anna liordoii, Mi I'.ntlin. ol i .eoigia.
ami Miss Srovel, ol Nashville, and otln i
noted workers Irom boiii North and
South will be there, luncv the iiiccliiij.
caniiol help Is-iug an in-piratum,"
Mention is also made in the Signal m
the building to Is- erected bv the loud W.
C. T. 1. within the near lutiire, and also
of the proMisei donation ,, grounds as
n nucleus lor the ChaiiiaiKpi.i.lHith iIh-m-gifts
of real vslate having been leudrnil
by metnU-rs ol Asbcville 's W. C. T. I'.
The Mludcnla)' l.iiit-rliiltiiiit'til.
The program for tin enlcrtaiiuacnt I
lie given by the city schools nt iisra
Hall to-night will be highly cnurt.iin
ing. It ha been thoroughly rehearseil
and the niiilience may exnvt soitielliitig
pleasant, It is ns follows:
Tambourine drill Thirtiru Cii ls
Recitation Daisy Branch
iniinn IK-II drill mxIitii Urns,
Kccitnlion Carrie Wliitlmk
I Until) brll drill Sixleent'.irls.
Kccitntiiin liva llraneh
The dumb bell drills by the girl and
boy will Ik coniietilive drills for A lit)
Ticket nrc for sale al Sawyer's.
An Inlerenllns; l-eclure.
P. A. Denims will lecture lit the V. M
C. A. rooms on Tuesday evening, May 0
on Russia mid it government, ns seen
by a Russian.
Mr. Dement is particularly able to dis
cus this at present Interesting subject
For a number of year he wns governor
general of a Kussinn province contain
ing 0,(MK),IMX) people, and wn on the
staff of the present Cnr when the bitter
wa crown prince. He is a voluntary ex
ile Irom his native country, Iwrnuse of
hi not being In sympathy with the gov
PrevnrltisT lh Timber
General Young now hat a force ol
hand engnged treating the liimlwr to 1st
used in street pnvlng to a tar hath. The
work I bring done at the company'
yard behind the postnllicc. The plank
are of chestnut, on inch thick and la
teen feet lung, anil nrc dlpwd Into
trough containing bulling North Caro
lina pine tar which renders them quite
durable. Work wilt soon be begun on
A PLEASANT LETTER
Comes) In Acknowledmiieiit
In acknowledging the receipt of the
money raised in Ashcvillc for the monu
ments for North Carolina soldiers who
are buried nt Fredericksburg, n,, the
following pleasant letter was received by
Chief Denver on Sunday:
Fki-iii'kicksiu kc,, Va., April
Mr. W. II. Denver.
Dear Sir: I received your letter this
morning enclosing $102.13 towards
placing headstones at the graves of the
Confederate soldiers buried here. Accept
my sincere thanks for your generous aid
in tins matter.
It is never n pleasant duty to a lady to
iK-g, but as I bad seen tnanv soldiers die
it seemed iK-ctiharly tit tor me to solicit
aid in marking their graves. There are
so many Confederate causes just now
being brought lief'ore the cople that I
feared tny poor little apiieal would
scarcely lie heeded.
There are S-M North Carolina soldiers
buried here, and I do hoic the people of
ih.it State will send me $li apiece to
mark their graves. Virginia has sent me
almost enough money lor her headstones.
Texas has also responded to tny neul.
My first contribution wns from a l S.
naval ofliccr. my second from President
letlersoii Davis. I.ast month I received
from Philadelphia. Only this was
written on it, "A hoy in blue sends this
to help you to preserve the names of the
boys in grey." This was truly n kindly
act anil I was grateful for it. Will you
thank the donors ol the money von sent
me. As hundreds of Northern people
visit our batlleiielils every summer, the
forlorn condition of our ccinetcrv has
llten lieeu commented on. 1 trust ere
mother summer has passed there may
!ea marked improvement therein. 111!
Iiv such acts as vours that the bond of
union Wtwccu the two sections of oi
common eounirv is cemented.
N'annii; Si-iuion It.Ki:v.
$20,000,000 FOR A STOMACH.
v. l rti-ott'H niiiiinceiil Oflcr
lo a V-rmoiit Man.
l:-Congivssiii.-in William I.. Scott, of
Kric, Pa., ,-iinl Col. tfcorcc Hooker
Vermont, had breakfast together at the
l-'illh Avenue hotel. A remarkable oiler
was made at this particular meal that
a ill lake rank as the highest price ever
illcreil lor a ccitaiu usclul apparatus.
Col. Hooker related the store as fol
"Mr. Scott ordered a few motitlifiils of
oatmeal ami two etletc pieces of topst.
lie hail hard work lo i-at a tcaspooiilul
or two. I modestly nrilcrctl tile follow
ing breakfast : Kolls, fried eggs, irter-
house steak, Mtat-cs a la Saratoga,
Hied onions, Iricil ham, buckwheat cakes,
Mint, broiled tish, good old fashioned
Ii ied chicken conked a hi Virginia molas
ses, ale and a hall dozen entrees of lesser
import. nice. Mr. Scott gazed at me in
.-ousleriiatioii. I licgnn lo eat with my
Vcinioni apKiilc, wiiieh is robust just
ni.'i days in the year, and when 1 U-gan
to eat buckwheat cakes 1 ordered a big
. no oi come and supplemented the order
-uli-cpiiutly w lib llutroihcr cups, which
I iIi.iiik. file in.-in with some S.'H.ooo,
ooo t.,, eating and watched me. I
talked lo lain ami ate everything around
aic. lieu I ordered my 'fourth cup ol
coileclsawlli.it Col. Scott was much
jKrtuilsil. ami bad something on Ins
mind. He leaned forward over the table
mil said lo mi- with an earnest voice:
" 'Colonel Hooker, I nm reputed to Is:
worth something. I would give n ipiit
cl inn ilevd lo every e-eni I hsscss jusl lo
nae that stomach ol yours.' "
"Colonel Scott bad pathos ill his voiiv.
and I w as soi ry that I could not nc
ciiiiiiikhI. He him to a liisi-class Vcrmoiil
stomach like nunc."
A (itsoil llrt-ak.
Tlu-ie was a g.ul break at the It.inner
warehouse tins morning, and prices were
unusually gaud. Mr. J. I.. Johnson sold
leu piles ol high grade tobacco and ob
mined an excellent average-. His sales
were as lolluws:
l-s pounds at
I jo '
'.".i.i ii i
1 O.I II i
Thrown tsut or l-:tiiiloiiiviit.
Tin-cylinder btiid of the l.lo horse
'Wer engine ut the mill of the C. E. Gra
Irim M.iuul'aeliiring companv blew out
M-sterday morning. This is the engine
that supplies Hiwer for the running ol
the machinery for the entire factory, and
in coiiseipienee of t he accident t he factory
will have to close until the damage can
Is; repaired. A m-w cylinder will be or
dered ami it will lake nlmtit three weeks
to get the engine into running order. In
the men n while the LTiO oisrrativcs em
ployed in the mill will Ik thrown out of
work, and several families nrc prepar
ing to leave for South Carolina, where
they have sisitioiis offered. The acci
dent is not attributed to ciin-lcssucss,
and no one was inpired.
Mr. Louis E. Kit-It, of Brockton, .Mass
who has Urn swnding the winter in the
citv mid who is favorably known to
every reader of Tn Citiikn as tbeGot-
siH-r, k-fl to-day for hi home. Mr.
Rich came lo Aslieville for a much needed
rest and tola benefited by the glorious
cliinate, and he return to hi Northern
home grently Improved in health. The
gentleman it a versatile, graceful and
ready writer, anil the forcible manner in
which he handled different ubiect have
inndc him many friend in this mountain
city. They cannot but regret hi depart
ure and the consequent discontinuance of
A Valuable Prmciil.
Mr, li. W, Pock hn recently given to
the Young Men's Christian Association a
present which 1 highly appreciated by
them. She hn tent to the room of the
association a iinr Chirkering piano of
very sweet ton. The pinnowill be placed
in the lecture hall in the place of the one
which I now bring rented. The ladies'
committee are raising fund to purchase
another piano for the use of the parlor.
Wkesrl silrertiaemtnt of tha Dover
farm fur snle.
Io tor asussstosi ,
On and after Ma 1st lev will Ur rtrllv.
ererl only for ensh or tkkcts. Tickets
may nt alitHlned nt onr offlce, No. 80
'at ton avenuf, anil will n strictly rash.
ASIIIVILI.B 1CI AND LSAI, CO.
Markets) toy Wire.
NkwYork, April 21). The following Is the
runuc ol icuilliiu luturcs to-diiv:
Highest, Lowest. Closing.
Vt 11 BAT NO. 3.
Co.n No. li.
Oats No. a.
prt'll "fl till
tUls Wl I'-'l'i,
uat, vt! ia
.no, at! ami,
atiij stints ;im
oi-i illiTs 4ot4
aoa; ana. aii-i,
al aiI aw.
. I'urk, lard anil rllis
rioiiri-tl to.iiuv ua follows
Hit-lust. Lowest. Closini!
OKK f lO.O
1 U 115
1 J 7.1
1 J N.I
n .a j
July J a. ID
I.AHI) V loo.
Mav 1 I!--'
I ii ud it ao
July II. U7
MIOKT KlltS w llltl.
July (I o
Nkw Your. Anril an.
Cotton futures to-
tlay rutiKeil as follows:
1 1 !:i
1 1 ii.-i
1 1 ua
t 1 .'
1 1 Ml
1 I .Kit
I 1 ll
1 1 ,NN
1 1. s
1 1 Ml
1 I. JO
silver I'latol ware.
In canters, stioons, forks and knives.
siK-eial iniltieeincnts .-ire Ining uttered
now. Rogers' tripple plated knives,
$1.73 K-r set. I'orks to match nt same
price. Desert knives, SI. Ill) per set. A
siilendultiibsortmeiil ol heed M tiarion s
dated ware, the ln-st goods made, are
itfered at lowest prices. Crockery, glass
mil eiitlcrv, verv large stock and always
the I-a vest prices al Laws, oi, ol) and
til SoTith Main street.
(rjy The sparring match arranged In--twecii
Collins anil l.aytiu several days
ago, takes place lo-iuorrow night at the
NtCW VtlKK ll tXKKl l'Th'I'OHl-;
Wall Till I Am Coinliiu.
Saturday, May .10, I shall open the
largest anil most' varied stock of Spring
and Summer Goods ever brought in your
midst. All these goods were purchased
al slierill' sales during mv recent Northern
trip and I am able to sell llicin al less
than iiiauulacturer's prices.
It will U the greatest sacrifice ever
known m this section, thcretore I would
idvise voulodelcr vour purchases until
I come ami display mv stock m voiu
Ni w Vouk Bankki i-t Srom:,
I.. Knw.Mdis, Proprietor,
No. .11 North Main Si.
The Mountain I'ark Hotel, Hoi
Noriuicn, o. I',,
Is lirstclass in every p.'irticiilar, with
the Ihsi table in the South. Phil- and
abundant water and pcrkvl sanitary ar
rangements. The scencrv is leantitul, climate much
milder than Aslieville, there bring no
h-irsh winds anil no dust to irritate weak
throats and lungs.
file baths in marble pools are the fin
est in the world and the thermal waters
are an unexcelled siecilic lor rheumatism.
gout, sciatica, nervous exhaustion and
ill dise ases ol skin and blood.
Excellent physicians reside at the ho
Trains leave Ashcvillc for Hot Springs
at 7.:io a. nt., 4.:iti and T . ni.
Excursion tickets, including one day's
board at Mountain Park hotel. $l.."i.
I-or rates etc.. .-"lilress
Ailv. W. G. I Iooi.it r I.i;.
A Nt-s Kuiid lo llllHM.
ll you are wist' and wish to become
healthy and wealthy also, von will use
Roller King or Electric Light flour; Is.-
cause tile Aslieville .Milling Lomiiauv s
tloiir is not only IheU-st but thechcaiK-st.
The Avcrill Paint is thclirst. Oulwenrs
all others. Braulilul anil economical. In
general use 'J5 years, tiiiaraiilecd. Sam-
pic card tree.
1-ITZI'ATKICK IlKOS. & Rolll'.RTSON,
New AdvertlHciiicnts) To-Day
Mastkh Msciissics Mrrtinx.
I'l-KHA 111.1. HpnrriiiN Mnuh
I'll I'HINTKHS I'. C. I. . Hictlllliitlil, 'll.
Niitick KilifHitrlek Urns. ki,lwils.,n.
l-'lrst class cnm)iisit,,r, 'joli, Imnk ur news-
lunarri wants sltuniKiii in .!uvl-lc. lor sum
mrr r lontfrr Aililrt-ss K. c. I., lift S. l-lne
trcrt, Kieliiiitinil. n. nfirtiilt
AHTHK MlICMAMCrt, ATTENTION.
All mimtrr nitrhnutrit nn rirtimtcil to In
irrrnt thin rvcnhiH tn t)i thinl Ktitrv of thr
ili tulry lilm-k nl k t vbn k lor tlit- iiuriMiMc ol
LMiiaHit niiH tiir niiir-iixur i.vU in.
Th copnrtnrnlilp lu n l'(m- rxUtlnK lr-
iwi-vn i'iipHinitt iirnM. v KiiiHrtinn wn
iliii4t.lvrl on ApniiNtiy tmuuiil i-onmiit, N
I). Hutirrtiton rrtirtnu. I'tiimtrUk I iron.
will Aumc all littliHliitii ntul t-nilrvt nil ilrlitd
iluc mild nrtn. k. i.. i itxiatnick,
T. W FlTstl'ATRIi'K,
prtftd3t N l. Komkhtkom.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30, 8.30 P.M.
W. S. Laytin.
ADMISSION f I.
Ticket on Male mt Sawyer's).
Hsvlns rrntcd lliv rtavlftsnn Hnuss. mtrnl.
Iriri stm t, I will oin thr snmi April I as a
bimnllns houst. New furnitura throughout.
apriiiii i. c. UeiKD.
Twn srntlrmrn bnarHrra .SB art aMnm.
aprltidtr . as HI Nil ST.
Twn Iwd mnms wi.h ttnanl Air miII,mm
and wife with two chllilmi axtd Hand I
ICTinanrm. Aiiurcss, witn terms,
P, O MUX Ut,
aprsindnt Bristol, Tcnn.
atrllah areond hand slits bar top bua-jy,
rtry thcap. Addnss
I). H. PATTBNtUM,
apr2,lnt Hlllaldt and Bast streets.
Olnc Ashcrlll atnet Railway Co
April UK, I mud. I
a stnrsnnMrrs' mrsllna will he held at this
office on the Ttb da of Mav. I Sjuo. at m.,.n
for transaction of sack business as may be
preaeatrd tn It.
11 oru.r or Board Of pirtctnrs.
O. at. JUNBa, ate. aad Treaa.
CROCKKKV AND GLASSWARE,
CUTLERY AND PLATIiD WARIS,
LAMPS OF ALL KINDS,
I KIiNCIl CHINA, CUT GLASS,
SOLID SILVI-R TABLUWARIi AND
AND TURKISH GOODS
I.N GRI5AT VARlIiTY.
m v goods are best grades, and
PRICES 1 HE LOWEST ALWAYS.
J. ,11. LAW,
57 59 & 6i . Main St.
ASIII-Vll.I.ti, N. C.
ASHEVILLE AND VICINITY.
21 H. Main St.,
ii pr 1 il
CEMENT, LIME ANO PLASTER
C. E. MOODY.
i iiliei- Nn. ;ill Pulton Avenue.
Tclcphonr No. 40.
Wurcliouse nenr Freight Pt-uot.
I linve mntle nrrniiireiiients to krt-i and
Muill soon huve n lull slock of the best brands
IMPORTED ENGLISH AND GERMAN PORTLAND
LOUISVILLE ANO ROScNDALE CEMEN'S.
' CALCINED PLASTER.
LIME IN BARRELS AND IN BULK.
ROOFING MATERIAL AND OTHER ARTICLES
IN THESE LINES.
My warehouse Is now being boilt adjoining
railroad track and niy stock partly here and
urrivinK. t'ntil my own warehouse Is tin
IshcU I shall occupy the Webster warehouse.
Parties using these articles can Bare oaecart
nice by leaving orders at office and hsvinn
property delivered direct from warehouse or
by cnlllnu there for It
AKT1HICIAL8TONB WOKK mudc same
A Beautiful Farm
ADJOINING THE CITY LINE,
If upi'lU-ntton tr mntle to ur uttincc wc enn
dl at A tlKUAT BAKUA1N a Itratitlfiil fnrtn
of loo a err. adjoin. nK the corporate line of
the city. Han nice Improvement, well et In
irran, with Anc fruits; cold ipiing of wnter
running nil over the place, Ace., Ate. hon't
overlook this opportunity.
NATT ATKINSON & BON,
nprUfllw Rent Hut ate Ik-nlcm.
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
The Dover place on South Turkey Creek,
lluneonibc county contains AS acres, its to
:tu clrarril ; has 130 to ISO apple trees now
in full blossoms and bids fair for a larac crop
of good ftruit. Buildings are Rood and 'In
good order. Larue a-.tory Ion house with
kitchen addition and a chimneys. Binnke,
npplc and tobacco houses, barn and com
crib. Hald to be eonalderablc timber on thr
lot, and a saw mill Is now being erected
within hnlf mile. Call on
C. W. MAI.ONII,
aprandlw County Clerk's nfllce.
Tuenday, April 9.
Friday, May a.
Music, recitations and eallslhenlccserdses,
Doors open at 7.S0, entertainment to bruin
at 8 p. tn.
ADMIMION 50 CKNTIh
Ticket for Sale at Sawyer.
Furniture for Sale.
Pour bedroom suits, one parlor suit, dining
room ana kitenrn furniture, rive carpets, la
first class condition. Apply to
W. A. BOVCB,
apr'jadat SB Bailey street.
Three thousand dollars to lend oa Brsi
class real estatt security. Apply to
snrasdat BOX BO,
rOOU BOA RO.
Lara, sunny moms with (nod hoard at
. MM. ALiCKlKYN(l.la,
sprasdtf a pruot stmt.
t AT RETAIL, t
For Grate, - - $5
For Stoves - " $45
BEST. ANTHRACITE COAL
Par sule ut Whnlrsule nnii ki-tnil by
ASHEVILLE COAL COMPANY,
Inclusive Alien ts itiuiiiestle nnil Steniii I lor W'estrrn North Cnrnllna.
II. T. COLLINS. President.
I'lH't' lee inndt' from Distilled Wutor. Office: No. .10
JUST ON THE THRESHOLD"
OF A Kit; BOOM, STANDS
Now Is the Time
Yuu may think prices arc liluhl Hut they
Aslieville Is the lust known, the must
vc city in this State. You cuiiimt Invest your
in this Kontcn spat ut the mountains.
Sonic choice bargains in city lots und sulturliiin tiniiaTtles enn lu- hnil l.v ..iil.... .
Real - Estate -
Rooiiim 9 A 10, MeAlcc Block,
LliWIM MAUDt X, 1'rts L. P. McLOUD. Vlre.l-rrs I. R. B1NVIU ChU.
InaitcToas:-Lewis Maddns. M.I. Heanlen, M. I. Fa. J. 8. Rankla.J. B. Ray. J. K. Reed
8. II. Rrril. Ceo. 8. I'owrll. C. M. MeUiud.
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, -
Organised May tst. 1HHH.
CAPITAL, So0,000. SUR PLUS, S15,(XK
State, Couutjrnd.City .'nepoaltory.
Dors a General tlnnkinc Business. .tMposlts received. Bschanae bouKht and sold. Col
Irt-tmns made fin all arcrsslble points. The
On all sums In this department, deposited
of percent, per annum will be .ald.
8iecial attention iriven to loans oa real estate, which will be placed for ions; time oa real
Open from 0 a. nt. to 3 p. m. On Saturdays the Rutins: Department will Ik-open till p.m.
Only 8 Mile from Attlicvillc oil the A. & 8. Railroad and
The grentcst nu mlier and variety of mineral sprlnirs to lie found In the Soul Ii.
48 SprinjM on Less Than 40 Acres.
Chalybeate. Iron, sulphur, eisom, alum, and ninirnr.ln. Several very flne nimbinnttoa.
that are used In curinic Indigestion, liver and klilliev trouble, chronic drsrulrry. cjiroiticdys.
Iepsln and chronic sick hendnche. One si.nnn rrcrtitlv li-veloieil is the iinittt'st tonie water
ever found. Many are liuyina lots to bullil resort eottiurs near the 8trini.-s Lots arc sold
at nominal prieea to advertise the placT mid the mineral wnter. Hoard can he haitut
fo to $30 Per Month, or Si Per Day.
References, testimonials, etc., can lie had Iiv wrttlnu to the owner; or lietter yet. niivoiir
inti rested is invlu-d tueomc and try the water, local Improvements will lie uiude nest
Trains leave Asheville at U.o.1 a. tn. and return at T p. m. fnre 2B cents.
For further Information write to
OTIS A. MILLER,
fr'"''"n Skyland P. . N. C.
ONIi OP TUB
IN TUB HOUTH.
Htrrct Can anm the
luor every 15
. 1 i . 1 .
1 1 '.IT rflw.wsrH'rfvrWi I
Foi terms add
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
ai7 Haywood Street.
All WATER THOROUGHLY FILTICRIiu on the PrcmlMcta.
Twenty-live years of practical eiiertcncc. combined with rsasuNSb atieatloa to an ihs.
Ulls of the business and perfect arrunm-mrnts for ci.kini.inhss and rusrrr of all aoods
manufactured, enable the proprietor to present to his numerous patrons a suiarrior class ol
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphons.,
Olniier Ate and all the various flavor, of 81 )HA VY ATBR ready for shlimcnt and delivered
tree in City limits. Out of town ordrrs.musi have SBsriwsisi.1 refemiet.
C. Hi CAMPBKLL.
Anlievillc, IS. C.
P. A, DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Manufacturers aad Heaters la all kinds af Dressed
Door, Saali, Blinds, iriouldlnKaf, Stalrwork, Sfantcla, Rank
and Bar Fixture, and all kind of Building Material.
Hard Wood Lumber Work a Specialty,
nov 14 dly Tclrphona) Mo. ,
PLUMBING, STEAM AND GAS FITTING,
TIN AND SLATE ROOFING,
ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK.
Plana and Specification
W. hart thorough mechanics la .acta lint
hast lies. Ws can saMr (uaranta our patrons
BALLARD. RICH & BOYCE.
V WINE AND .. LIQUOR .. STnnt? .
- IK THE STATE.
FINB SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.
i. a. MAaavAMor, I K3. 43 1 MAIN ST., ASHEVUli, N. t
li. li.IJAGAN, Secreliirj
THIS CITV OP AttHEVILLli.
to Buy Real Estate.
nre bound to no lilulicr, as past cxirricuec baa
iK-ioitiful, the most healthful anil the most iiroirresa.
enpiial to better uiIvsuIukc than rlht here,
" ' "
and - Insurance,
j8 Pat ton Ave., Anhcvillc.N. C.
Saving Feature wilt receive special attention.
for four mootns or longer, Interest al the ran
WALK FROM COURT SQ
Ft RMT-C LA 8b.
Near PaMcngcr Depot.,
Furnished on Application
who hart bad many years' f aprrlraet la then
satisfaction la our work, a low cans.