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ASI1EVILLE DAILY CITIZEN : WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 30, 1890.
H. D. CHILD, Business Manager.
Th Daily Citiirn will be published every
altcrnoon (except Sunday) at the tollvwlng
One Year. $11.00
Six Months 8.00
Three Months l.BO
One Month so
unc neca..,,....,..., t 15
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afternoon In every part of the city to our tub
scrtliers, and partiee wanting it will plea
call at the Citiikn Office.
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vance. The CmiBN ! the noit extensively circu
lated and widely read newspaper in western
'"dlsctiaaioir of public men and measures
w in ine interest 01 public Integrity, honest
government, and prosperous Industry, anil it
"? no pcrsontU allegiance in trcatiuK pub
Specimen copies of any edition will be lent
irec to any one sending their address.
acaotng nonets ten cents tier line. Oliltu
ai7,niatriage and society notices Hlty ceiitu
each tnot exceeding ten linca) or hlty cents
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30. lH'JO.
XHU DAILY CITIZI-;
la on sale at the following plucca in Aslieville:
-1 1 iahn t-11'fte.u,
BATTBRY I'ARK NHW8 STAND.
GLBN KOCK NBWS MTA.NI.
MODBLCIGAK STUKli. I'uttnn Ave.
J. CAKSU.Vb NUWS STUKU, North Court
PERTINENT AND PERSONAL.
News) About AHlievllllaitH and ol
HtrauKerat witUl.i our tiateM.
F. W. Habel, of KalciKli.isat tlic Swim-
Air. j. 1 . Kerr lias returned Irom 11
J. S. Curry, ol" t'oston, is registered nt
the Glen Roek.
W. C. Cartvri;ht, til'CliieiiBii.is at the
J.J. Ennis, of Brooklyn, is registered at
J. C. Martin represents Hickory, N. C.
at the Swannanoa.
C. V. Williams, of Wilmin-toa, N. C.
is at the Battery I'ark.
Miss Cnrric A. Terry, of Walhalla, S.
C, is at the Glen Rock.
There were sevciitv-twonrrivnls at the
principal hotels yesterday.
C. L. Holmes represents Fall River.
Mass., nt the Battery I'ark.
Miss Morrison, of Rockbridge Ilaths,
Va., is nt the Grand Central.
i.. I.. ureet and wile, ol New lork, an
registered nt the Grand Central.
W. E. Jenkins ami R. Sinelieimcr repre
sent Baltimore at the Battery I'ark.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Tabor, of Portland.
Me., ure registered at the Battery I'ark.
J. Brisbane and Geo. Itrisbane, jr.
New York, are quartered at the Batten
Miss ArriiiKton returned last eveninc.
after an absence of several months in
Mr. and Mrs. Ileurv U. Mason, of Oil-
enj;o, are enjoying the hospitality of tin
The New York Theatre company will I
lx- nt the Ojiera Hall for the week lcj;in-
ninjr May 5th.
Charles Walker is still improving, ami
may vet recover from the wounds he re
ceived nt Uiltmorc on Saturday
Rev. Thos. E. Converse, editor of the
Christian Observer, Louisville, Ky., will
attend the Presbyterian Assembly.
Rev. W. S. P. Itrvnn, who lias been ill
for some time past, is improving and is
able to drive 1 bout the eitv. lie has not
The Mayor's court was unusually liht
this morning. One man charged with
being drunk was to have apicarcd, but
msteud forfeited lus bond.
The Lyceum will discuss "The Ten-
tlency ol I'artv Organization to Pervert
the Truth" to-night. Major W. H. Ma-
lone is the principal seuker.
Horn Int.l. nn !,i,,int.. r,f tl, fl,.l.u...,v
Home, diet! there last night, aged 4 years.
She hud been in the Home three weeks
nnd came from the northeastern part ol
Rev. W. W. Bays, formerly pastor ol
the Central Methodist church at thir
place, but now stationed at Chatta
nooga, spent to-day iu the city, ami left
for Chattanooga this afternoon.
At tne Monday night young men s
prayer meeting at the Central Metho
dist church, it wns resolved to earnestly
rcccommeiid to the business men of Aslit-
ville to close at 7.30 o'clock every night,
except onturaay, in ortier to allow the
. . . . .. .. i
Yt.unjj men to nave more leisure time.
It Wait Only a Mlory.
A story wns told on the street tester-
day that Leah Forcmnn had snent the
night during which her mother was mur-
dered at the house of n woman who lived
nenrbv. It was said that she went there
in the eveninir nnd staved until enrlv in
the morning, when she stoic out of her
room nnd left. If the story could have
Iteen verified it would have comp
chain of circumstantial evidence, hut
when several officers visited the house the
woman denied that Leah was near her
bouse on that night.
t. Andrew's Brotherhood.
The chapter of the St. Andrew's Broth
erhood for work among young men has
lsren reorganized in Trinity parish with
the rector, Rer. McXccly DuBosc, direc-
tor, H. U. Child, vice director and F, L.
lacobs. secretary and treasurer. The
work undertaken by this organization
, n- . 1 .. .
does not conflict la any way with other
000 ics in tne city in tne same work; hut
Is to cooperate with them in every way
irassihle. Its mission is, of course, first
' tUm ,, ' , . .'
w ,rauu , any
way wun tne ciseopni ennrcn.
THE DAIL.Y CITIZEN,
juanon couetre commencement.
Hknpkiisonvii.lk, April 20, 1800. nt
Rer. George Wharton, of Wavncsville, Mornstown, Tenn., is excctcd to preach
N. C, will preach the annual sermon at a memorial sermon, assisted by Dr. Rcn
Judson College commencement. Rev. J. K"" Let every "Rough" nnd his wife
J. Hall, pastor of Tabernacle Baptist an
ehurch. Kaleiith. N. C will deliver the I
annual literary address.
The commencement exercises will begin
Tuesday. Jurw 3rd. and continue till
Thursday night. The sermon will be in I
the Baptist church at li a. m., Wednes- ered
aay. 1 nc literary oooress in college
chapel at tne same nour j nursday.
I at paunc arc raTitea, . 1
80ME BETTR JHANMUD
A STONE MAN'S OPINION OF
THE STONE FOR PAVING.
MANY THINK IT IS ALTOGETHER
Mayor Hlonton Ivxpltil.iM That
Away, Bui Hays) That PerliapM
the Mocks) Are Too I n
even. The stone Unit is piled iiluns the curb
in Iront ul' Ravsor & Smith's and is to
be ug0J )n puvillu' Court l'liiec is vxeit
I. 111 t id
iiiK eonsideralile ennimcnt, and tlieneu
erul opinion seems to lit that it lacks in
every essential. It is claimed that it is
too suit and will not stand the heavy
trutlic, and that the blocks are too un
even. Mayor Wanton does not believe it is
"It is just rij,'ht as far as its hardness
is concerned," he said vestertlny. "If it
was as hard as many people think it
should lie, it would be worse than utilliiii;.
It would wear slick and horses could not
stand on it. As it is it will always pre
sent a jjtioil rouh surface. The only ob
jection 1 can see to it is that the blocks
arc so uneven. They should lie made ol
the same sie."
M.J. FafiK. K. II. Reeves and I'. A.
Ctimmins examined thestouea few days
ayo and eniue to the conclusion that it
was altogether too soft for paving pur
poses ami unci one ol t lie Kcnlicucn
was seakin; of it later he jjavc it as his
opinion 1l1.1t il it were putdowu it woulil
not last six nionihs and that the parties
who are responsible should lie indicted.
A prominent stone man looked at tin
stone carefully and summed his opinion
11 1 with the remark that it was only one
tjiaile better than mud.
"It we had llothiili; else to pave with,"
he said, "it illicit be well to use' this, but
to put it down on the streets at what it
will cost, when we mihl as well ).rct
something for our money, is a crying
shame, liven if it were not so soft, the
blocks are so irregularly cut that it will
make the roughest pavement imaginable,
anil one no one would lie satisfied with."
Mr. II. M. Smith, a eontraclorin stout
work and authority on such 'natters,
docs not think the stone is of the riht
kind to use lor Belgian blocks. "Thev
ire too soil for the purpose," he said,
ami will soon lie in a bad condition.
The elites will all wear oil,
ends siickiiiK up like an vug. I told the
citv authorities when thev hotiqhl tin
uarry that if they intended to u.-c lilt
stone tor paving it was too soli. It
would Ik too soft even lor curbiii);."
SHOT IN THE LEG.
An Allrny That Oceurrvl tu Crl
llcxtkiah Lucky shot and serious!
wounded Emma Smith at Cripple Cree
yesterday at about ." o'clock. The par-
tics arc colored, I.uckv was arrested and
brought before Esipiire Suiumev, wh
.'oinniittedlum to iail to await the result
il the injuries. The woman was struck
by one hall, which entered the left lex
lust above the knee, and liactured the
bone. I.uckv also received a painful
Hash on the rifcln arm, just la-low the
elbow, winch he savs was inllietcd witl:
a razor. The cut is about an inch limn
l.ucky's story told shortly alter his ar-
rest is as follows:
"I was at Emma Smith's Iioum talking
to woman when Emma came home
,r"" town, mic was tirinking. lien
he eamc in she onlereil me out ol the
house, but I thought she was joking ant
"ol K- She then shovel inc ttiwart
the door, antl pulled n razor out of her
stocking and hit at my throat with it. I
threw up tt.y arm to keep her from hitting
me, nnd the blade struck tne on the arm
I shot at her three times witha:i.s-c,ilibre
pistol, nut noil 1 Know wiiellier I nil Her
or not. I mined to hit her about her feet
I am a brakemau on the railroad, but
have not been at work for se veral tlavs
Ik'c.'iusc of a sore hand."
i.ticky is a noy annul eighteen vcurs
ild, and is Irom Cleveland etiuulv.
Hiiiina Smith tells a different story;
"I loimd Lucky at my house," she said,
"tpiarreling with another woman, ami
tried to get him out to keep him from
whipping k-r. He would not go.nudsnid
11 1 tried to push him out, he would shoot
mc - 1 wcm to ,,iin l,e lmllt'l " I""
l"tol antl began shooting ul me. Tin
lir,,t b"llt't n,c "ln,lk '"- "'i1
The next bullet was the one that
"le- He shot five times, but did not
mc ,)Ul "u
Wncn lmU' w'" l,ut J"" ,lc "'"
"nrclicd.nnd a pair ol kuueks was fouutl
Urs. Justice anil Watson nllentled the
THEY WILL MEET" AGAIN.
A tall For a Reunion That
Rough nnd Ready Guards, vounrc each
and evcrvonc commanded to lie present
in Camp No. 1, on Swannanoa, on Sat-
urday evening, May 3, 18'JU, nt our re-
, A,1 nn "I,l,e "" welcome will
he delivcret hv your conimnud ng ofliccr.
whoever he mnj lw, after which an 7(5
solicited luntl will le raised by you to
mark the resting place of our dead with
l!ro1cr ,nn ",t,ulc gravestones. Atl-
dresses during the session, in honor of
our ,t.ar) Wll j, ,I(.,veI.crj J,y J. , L(r.
roll,!. D. Johnson, li. II. Alerrimon
J. M. Whitmire and J. M. Gudgcr.
Sunday morning nt roll cull, in camp,
11 o'clock, Private R, N. Price, of
clnlUred be there.
.1. M. Gltlir.Klt.
Ice for sea)on 1800.
On and after May 1st ice will le drliv-
only for cash or tickets. Tickets
may be obtained at our oltice, No. HO
l'atton avenue, and will be strictly cash.
asiibvillk log and ioal Co.
A COMPREHENSIVE REVIEW.
A Few of the Books) Lately Re
ceived at the AHhevllle Library.
Dictionary of Phras nnd Fable E. Cob
Dr. Brewer's valuable books are too
well known to need more than a word in
passing. The Library Association hopes
within the next few mouths to largely
increase the nuinlwr of reference books,
to which "Phrase nnd Fable" is the
My Journal in Foreign Lands F. Trail.
Books of travel and records of ihtsoiuiI
exerieuec are "thick as leaves in Yallam
brosn;" but Miss Trail is so well known
by her hook of Inst year "Studies in
Criticism," which lins already been trans
lated and is used abroad asnclass book,
that this small volume of her "journal,"
with its discriminating criticisms on nrt,
is useful as a hand hook to the real trav
eler, or to him who comfortably beside
his own library liresitle makes the conti
Conversations inn Studio W. V. Story.
Story makes one of his characters ad
vance nnd defend the theory "that the
true function of criticism is the sympa
thetic appreciation of whatever is good
in a work of art." This idea has its dan
gerous possibilities a fact no one could
know better than Story. The value nnd
interest of his book are in the high
standards of taste in art and literature
The Religious Asjiect of Evolution Rev.
The noteworthy point of this new edi
tion ol these Bedell lectures ( 1887 1 is the
addition of a new chapter, "final cause in
evolution," which embodies much of the
"true inwardness" of evolution material
that has iipiie.ircil since the first issue of
A Collection of Letters of Thackeray
duly one with the "swect-heartedness"
ami real tenderness for human nature
thai Thackeray had could so cleverly an
kindly satirize its foiblesand weaknesse
These "letters" give us just those hits
himself in his daily life that are so fuse
nniiiig to all who love hint and his writ
Sylvie and Brunt Lewis Carroll.
"Alice in Wonderland" stands quite by
itself, and neither its author nor any one
else can give us anything so delightful
"Sylvie nml Bruno" will, however, lint!
many to. enjoy their strange adventures
and the charminglv: humorous illustra
lions 01 nam- l urniss go tar towar
reconciling tne rentier to what even nn
admirer ol Carroll's latest work call
"too much rcictitinn ol the same idea
An Appeal fr Teiuperatice Teach'
litlitor Citizen: All thoughtful ncoi
admit the evils arising Irom the sale of
intoxicating liquors, but in regard to the
mctiioiis ny which tnese evils mnv be re
moved there is a great diversity of opin
ion. When any tilan is tlevisetl that com
mands the approbation of Christian ieo
pie. the encrgicsot nil tcmcranec workers
siiouiti ic enlisted to put it in oieratio
Such a plan is that ot Scientific Teniae
ance Instruction, tlevisetl by the Woman'
Christian TcmiKTamx I'liion. hv whic
all the children in the public schools nr
taught the cllcctsof aliviholantl narcotics
on the human organism, and leing tore-
waruetl, are toreurmetl against the up
pniaci.es 01 lempiatiuil.
ro powertiuiv noes tins svstem reciinr
neiid itself to our legislators that since
it was lirst adopted by Vcrniont six years
ago, ail nut iniriccii Mates have nasse
laws making it a part of the public school
system, antl requiring, in nearly a II. 1 1
teachers shall pass n satislactory exam
nation oil tins suiijecl Ix'lore receiving
All the territories of the I'niietl States,
ami the District ol Columbia, arc require
to give Scientific Tcnim-rancc Instructio
in their schools, by an act of congress
pnssco 111 inntf.
At the present time twelve tint of the
eighteen millions ol the estimated scIiim
attcmlamv ol theeouutrv are under te
K-rancc education laws. This result is
due to the untiring, enthusiastic labors
ol .Mrs. Mary II. Hunt, suiHTintenilent
the department of Scientific Teniiwranec
Instruction ol the W. C. T. I .
The legislature of North Carolina lia
not passed this lieneficieiit law. though i
was Drought oeiorc it lor consit erttt t
by the State W. C. T. V. at its Inst .-.
sion. Voters, who know the eril8 to
which their children are exposed, should
help elect only such men ns will give their
votes and intliience for the passage of this
important, protective legislation.
1 hrougli the wiseconsit erntion of Prof.
Clnxton, who is earnest and diligent in
the atlvaneemcnt of every department ol
educational elfort, the local W. C. T. V.
ot Ashcvillehave secured theintroduction
I Sciciidlic Tetniwriince Instruction into
the graded schools of this eitv, nnd its
incnilHMS have the satisfaction of know
ing that if the rising generation are not
total abstainers' from intoxicants and
narcotics, it will not lie from Inck of
knowledge. A. E. Pkash
For the 24 hours ending nt 0 p. m
April 21), 1800:
tt. 8. HinNAt. Rsavies Station.
Wlnyah ttanltartum, Aahcvillc, N. C.
(.AT, 3B..1I1 N. LONO.S3.Siew. ILI. 23S0rT
7 a in a p mJQ n tnlMni.l Min i Daily Mean
1 1 ou.o 1 no.u 1 ju.'d 1 1 uu.ao
7 n m
1 a p m I 8pm I Daily Mean
I nu 1 .1 OC "7
n grains per cnblc foot of air.)
7 a in
a P m I 0pm IDahy Mean
a.i7n I a.6 I a.aon
(Cor. for alt. ik tern.)
Iilrrction. IPorce (scaled to 101
Uione Of possible amount, 40 per cent.
TBMPBRATURB, April 80.
7 a. m. 4U.U. a p. m.
KARL VON RUCK, M. I).,
HT Dr. A. S. Graham (dentist) oners
his services tor one month during May,
for one-half his usual charges. The work
in every respect is to be the same as at
usual rates. Consult his card on another
pnge lor prices.
If you want good bargains In the latest
stvlcs of new millinery, call on Miss
Lance at West End Patton avenue, Hay
wood street. Also stvlish dress making-.
good work and a perfect fit guaranteed.
Miss La NCR.
Street can pass the door.
Market by Wire
Ciiicaiio, April 30, The following la the
range 01 leaning lutttrea to-day:
Whbat No, a,
COKN NO. II.
Oats No. 3,
lliuncac, lowiii, iiumnK'
CmcAtin, April :. Cork, lard and ribs
rniiKvu io-tiay ua ittnowa:
UiKhcMt. Lowest, Closing!
Mm .'aK-V to 0
Mity 13. IB 12. M in 10
June iat ia.11 13 17
July ia.no la.tn ia.au
May tl 27 tl.'.'a 11 27
June U.3.1 II :u ti.as
Julv 11.37 n.a
Wiiokt Kims h 100.
Mnv fl.30 n.an B.ati
June 8..T B.ao 0.4-B
Nkw Yiikk, April ao. Cotton futures to.
duv rnuitetl as fiilliiws:
llixtht'St. Lowest. Closing,
May ii.iKi 11. N., ;ii.H7
June 1 l.Ul 1 I.K.I 11. NT
July u na 11. mi II hu
August 1 1 tin 1 l.Hi 11 Nil
September 11.3-1 11. UN 11.31
si m K.4
Mllver Plated Ware.
In canters, spoons, forks nnd knives,
Secml inducements are being otlerctl
now. Rogers' tripnle plated knives.
$1.73 er set. Forks to match nt same
price, insert knives, l.li() per set. A
splendid assortment of Reed & Barton's
platen ware, the lest goods ninth, ntv
ottered nt lowest prices. Crockery, glass
and cutlery, very large stock mid always
tne iiavest prices nt Law s, 07, .tj nun
(il Sofith .iain street.
Meatty'H Tour of the World.
Ex-Mayor Daniel F. Beatty, of llealtv's
(.cleiiratetl urgnus antl 1'ianos, n ashing
ton, New Jersey, hns just returned home
from an extended tour of the world.
The Mountain Park Hotel,
rlprliitfH, N. C,
Is firsicluss iu every particular, with
the I test table in the South. Pure and
abundant water and pcrlccl sanitary ar
The scenery is lieautiful, climate much
milder than Aslieville, there living no
hush winds and no dust toirritale weak
throats and lungs.
The baths in marble pools are the fin
est iu the world anil the thermal waters
are an unexcelled sccilic for rheumatism,
gout, sciatica, nervous exhaustion ami
all diseases of skin ami blond.
Excellent physicians reside ut the ho
tel. Trains leave Aslieville for Hot Springs
at 7..K) 11. m., 4.3(i and 7 p. 111.
Excursion tickets, including one day's
board at Mountain Park hotel, SH.fiU.
For rates etc., eddress
4r. W. G. Dooi.itti.k.
Ni:V YOIIK IIANKHl 1-THTOHi:
wait Till I Am Coming.
Saturday. May Mil, I shall open the
largest antl most varied stock of Spring
ami Summer Goods ever brought in your
midst. All these goods were purchased
nt sheriff sales during mv recent. Northern
trip and I am able to sell them at less
than manufacturer's prices.
It will lie the greatest sacrifice eve
known in this section, therefore I would
advise you to deler your purchases until
I come nnd display my stock iu your
Nkw York IUskki-it Stohk,
L. I'jiWAkps, Propi'iclor.
No. 31 North Main St
A New Road to kUhn.
If you lire wise and wish to Ihvohic
healthv nnd we.illhv also, vou will use
Roller King or Electric l.igiit flour; he-
cause tne Aslieville .Milling Companv 1
Hour is not only the lust but thecheaia-st
I'ulnt t Paint I
The Averill Paint isthelH-st. Outwears
all others. Ilcaiitiliil ami economical. I
general use 2." years, (iimraiilccd. Sam
ple cartl tree.
FlTZPATKICK Illtos. fi Rom KTSOS,
New Advert UemciitM To-Unv
foi htii i-a;k.
Lust Tt-lefthnne tllliiv.
A. R. Okaiiam iK-ntist.
Ari-l.lCATI'in Nnlt Atkinson.
Niitick Chns. li. lllmitMii, .tav r.
ICS Ratks A-lirvllU- I,-,- anil e'u-il Co
Nenr grndetl i.i-hiMi1. nn envt-lntie enninlnin..
v.viH, i.-,v.uui,(- Ki-itirn 10
1 I.I.I I HUM! tll-TICi:.
There will Ik- II ItH-i-t lilt of lb-, llunril ,.f At
aermrn 01 tne cuvtu .t-lirtillr ul the Mnv
r's olhee Thursuiiv i-vi-niiitf. Mnv 1. nt .:tn.
lor the nurnnse 11I iiih-iiiiik hl.ls 'nn.l nuMr,l.
ing contrnct for llttlittiig eiiy every night lor
two years iruiu iiiiimiit i, moil.
111.15, l, lll.ANTIIN,
Large, sunny rnums with good Imnril tit
WHS. Al.le.li KI-lVNill.PS.
apr20tltf H Kprucr slreet.
To rent for the summer months 11 rnrnll,Ml
cottage of four or the mums near Hit- limits
it Asnevtue or tiem i-riinvti e. n t- a.i.
uress - a-- r. o. nut ,,, t-lutrli-nton, H- C.
npr'JJ deod at
Plrst class cnmpiisldir. 1J11I1. book or news.
paer wants sil11ntn.11 in Anhevlllt. for sum.
mer or longer. Aihlrtss I', c. L.. M . fine
sircci, aienmonii. n. aiirtlilut
Havlnir n-ntl-tl Hie llnviilson Itnuw rv rnl.
lege street, I m ill iiit-ti the same April Usui
ooariung nouse. Mw Furniture throughout.
pr i' 11 I. c. UMK1I
Two vt-ndemcfl board, rs can o-et aeenm
prlUtltf r8 IMNII aT.
Two lied rooms with board foe in-ntlen,M
nnd wife with two children nurd Handl
lermu icitl. AUdrcas, wltn terms,
I. O HI IX 144,
apr-Jftdnt Bristol, Tenn.
JTOR HA LI!.
Htvllsh second hand side bar toohnvw
very ellenp. Adtlresa
11. n. 1 AX 1 UK WIN.
ira-(.illlt Hillside and Bast streets.
Olllce Aahcvillc Btreet Railway Co.,
April ua, IMiMi.
A atlKkholtlrra' meetinff will he held af 11,1.
mice on tne 7tn any 01 May, lauti, at noon,
for transaction ol such buaineaa aa may be
uy order or Hoard or Directors.
B. M. JONBS), Bee. and Treaa.
The eonnrtnersltln heretofore eslstina K-
Ween l-'l I ana I ru-k llroa. A. U rilu-rt ...n
uissoiven on April is by mutual consent. N,
will assume all llabillllca sad collect all ttrlita
... nuiierison rt-urin. p t.iisin.i im.a
ue saiu nrm. K. L. pitipatsick.
T. W. PfTKIATSIt K,
apraOilat N. D. RtmsBTsok.
Furniture for Sale.
Pour bedroom suits, one parlor suit, dining
room and kitchen furniture, five carpets. In
first class condition. Apply to
W. A. BOVCB,
apriiSdat 8B Hails j slreet,
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE,
CUTLERY AND TLATED WARE,
LAMPS OF ALL KINDS,
FRENCH CHINA, CUT GLASS,
SOLID SILVER TABLEWARE AND
AND TURKISH GOODS
IN GREAT VARIETY
MY GOODS ARE BEST GRADES, AND
PRICES 1IIU LOWEST ALWAYS,
J. H. LAW,
57. S9 & 61 H. Main St.
ASIIHVll.LB, N. C.
ASHEVILLE AND VICINITY.
A I. SO
21 8. Main St.,
11 pr is tl
CEMENT, LIME ANO PLASTER
c. i:. MOODY,
tillitc No. .11) 1'itttoo Avenue.
Telephone Nt. 40.
W'an-house nenr Freight lvMt.
I have made nrrnngements to keep nml
shtill soon have a full etock of the best brunds
IMPORTED ENGLISH ANO GERMAN PORTLAND
LOUISVILLE AND ROSENDALE CEMENiS.
LIME IN BARRELS AND IN BULK.
ROOFING MATERIAL AND OTHER ARTICLES
IN THESE LINES.
My warrhtMise Is now living built ntUoining
rtiilrond truck and my atovk partly here antl
nrrivlng. I'ntil my own wart house Is fin
ished I shall occupy the Webster warehouse.
I'tirtics using these articles can save one cart
age by leaving orders at olHce anil having
proerty delivered direct from warehouse or
by calling there for It.
ARTIFICIAL HTONB WORK mntlr atinn
Will lie mnitr to the llonrd of Aldermen
the eitv of Aslieville at their nest meeting for
tne privilege 01 nuiiuing a railway Irtim some
point on tne western -Norm Carolina Kail
roml up Houthsi-'e avenue, up tt or near
xmui -Minn street; tnrnce arrossHoulh Main
street up or nenr Valley street, passing At
kins, Hvcnmorc and Bagle streets, antl along
College strict to Locust street; Ihetlre to
c niir.iiitc slreet ; thence along Cbnrloll
street to ine corporate line.
N A TT ATKIKtt.lN
resident Aehcvillc Past Line and Huburbna
itauwav v ompany. apratmat
rucuday, April 99.
Friday, May a
Music, terltntlons and tallathrnlcescrctaes.
Doors ti)en at 7.80, entertainment to begin
at H p. m.
Tickets for Sale at Sawyer).
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30, 8.30 P.M.
W. S. Laytln.
Tickets) on Wale at Sawyer.
A Beautlfal Vmrm
ADJOININB THE CITY LINE.
If spplleatlosi b mad. to ua stone, w can
sell at A ORBAT BAROAIN a hesutlnsl farm
of IO0 acres adjoining the corporate Hn. of
th. eftjr. Ha. nice Improvements, well set In
grass, with Do. fruits 1 cold spring of' water
running all over ta. plan, a.,, Ae. Don't
overlook this opportnnlty.
MATT ATKINSON A tON,
aprSSdlw Real Batata Dialers.
ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1890.
TERMS STRICTLY CASH WITH ORDER
In quantities not less thnn one ton nt factory
In iiutiiitttira nut less tlittn one half tun nt fuctory
I0U pounds, til) tickets, 10 pounds each
701) " i!s " 8.1 " '
7fltl " 1(1 " nt) ' " ,
1011(1 " It) " 100 " "
No lee will be delivered without cash or
Telephone No. 36 and 40.
JEIXICO COAL AT RETAIL.
For Cratet 95.00.ll For Stoves. 4-S.
J3EST ANTHRACITE COAL
-For nwle at Wholesale and Kctail by
ASHEVILLE ICE AND COAL COMPANY,
Telephone 36 and 40.
Bxeltisive Agents t Domestic and Steam) for Western North Carolina.
JUST ON THE THRESHOLD"
OF A lilt. BOOM, STANDS
Now is the Time
Vou may think prices tire high I Hut they
Ashcville Is the liest known, the most beuutiftil, the most healthful and the most progress.
Ive city in this State. Vou cannot Invest your
in this garden spot of the mountains.
Smile choice burgnina In eitv lots and sttburbnn tirooerllea can tie had hv eulllnu ut our
Real - Estate -
Rooms) o & 10, McAfee Block,
L. P. McLDl'l), Vlce-Pres.
UlHKCTog: Irfwls Mndiltii, M.J. Bcardrn,
8. II. Reed. Oeo. 8. I'owell. C. M McLoud.
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, -
Organised May 1st, 18HH.
State, County ;aud;Cit' pcpoNltory.
Does a tiencral Bunking Business. Deposits received. Bxrhange bought and sold. Col
leetions matle no all accessible (Hiints. The
On all sums in this department, deposited
of 4 per cent, per annum will be ,..iid.
Special attention given to loans on real estate, which will be placed for long time on real
Open from B a m. to 8 p. m. On Satunlnvs the Muring Department will be open till II p.m.
Only 8 MUch from Axltcvllle
The gn-ntcst number antl variety of mineral springs to lie found In the South.
48 Springs on Less Titan 40 Acres,
I'hnlylienle. Iron, sulphur, rp.om, alum, and
tnnt lire ttseo in euting iii.iilm-IIi.ii, liver nnd kiilitrr trulllile. chronic dysentrrv. chronirdya-IK-psin
anil clir.inle siek lirniliiehr. I inr spring rrt-rntly drvelolH-tl is the greatest tonic water
MlltlV Un llUVimt lotS to llllilll n
at iioniinal pri.es to adveflis,- the place anil
$20 to $30 Per Month, or i Per Day.
Krh-mW-VH. tt'Mtitllontttl. Ctr.. rntl lir hm liv
intTtdtitl in invititl m conic mid try llu wiiut. i'.n.ut imp rove mcnts will be luade licit
Trnin Irnvr Aht illr nt n. til, antl
(INH IP TUB
IS TIIK KOI'TII.
titn-rt Cnm iin tttc
Ittmr evrry 1ft
in In u tea.
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ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
217 Haywood Street.
All WATER THOROI UIILV FILTERED on the Premise.
Twenty-five years of practical experience,
tails of the business and perfect arrangements
manufactured, enable the proprietor to present
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphons.
Dinger Ale and all the various flavors of StlliA WATBR ready for shipment and delivered
free In City limits, Out of town unlcreiiiust
Asihevllle. N. C.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Manufacturers and Dealers In all kinds at Dressed
Door, Saah, Blind, Moulding, Stalrwork, Mautela, Bank
and Bar Fixtures), and all kind of Building; Material,
Hard Wood Lumber
TIN AND SLATE ROOFING,
ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK.
Plans and Specifications
W. bar. thorough mechanic. In each line
business We can tardy guarantee our natron.
m.'h u.i wura, m tow vgnra..
BALLARD, RICH & HOYCE.
WINE.. AND LIQUOR .. STORE
in THK STATE.
FINE SAMPLE AND DILXIARD ROOM.
j. a. ha.qva.dt, I NO. 43 S. MAIN ST., ASHEVILLE. N. C
I) VEK TISEM ENTS.
40c. per hundred.
oc. ' '
tickets. Tickets now on sale at
& Coal Company.
No. 30 Patton Avenue.
THE CITY OF ASHEVILLE.
to Duy Real Estate.
arc bound to go higher, us pttst experience bus
cupiiul to better advantage thun right here
and - Insurance,
aS Patton Ave.,Afihcville,N. C.
L B. RANKIN. Cashier.
M.J. Pngg.J. B. Kankln.J. B. Ray.J. B. Reed
Saving 1-Vuture will receive siiecial attention.
for four months or ttinger, interest at the rate
on the A. & S.
mngnrsln. Severn) very fine eombinntlons.
- S,.rt lnllni'ra n.-nr h a..in.M 1 ...a ...1.1
the mineral wnler. Board en be had at
u rilitisr In Iks. nwner r tw.. H......
rt-turn nt 7 p. m. fare 3S crnU.
OTIS A. MILLER,
Skyland P. O., N. C.
WALK FROM COURT SQ.
HA KG AN, PROP'RS.
combined with rgNsoNAL attention to all da
for clsaslinsss and msiTT of all goods
to his numerous patrons superior class ot
have aanxsiai.g reference.
C. H. CAMPBELL.
Near PasMcncer Depot.
Work n Specialty.
AND GAS FITTING,
Furnished on Application
who bar. bad many years' ..pertenc. I. tbe,,
...i.r,.i... .. . . .