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THE DAILY CITIZEN.
II. D. CHILD, Business Manager.
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SATTKDAY, MAY 3. 1HU0.
THE UAII-Y CITIZICN
Is on sale at the following pluces In Ashcville:
err 1 7. un oi'j-'icu.
UATTBKY 1'AHK NHWS STAND.
f.l.KN KlICK NKWS STAND.
MllUKl. CIliAK STllKli. I'ulton ve.
J. CAKSO.VS NliWS STOK1S, North Court
PERTINENT AND PERSONAL.
Newt, About AHlievllllniiM nnd ol
HlrauuerH Wllliin Our Uule.
The city schools will close on May
S. M. Watts, of Haitiinoic, is at tin
Henry lliwntiilil, of New York, is at
the llaltcry I'ark.
Y. S. Johnson represents Iniliuii;iioli
at the Swantianoa,
Trank Sittif.'. of ISrooklyii, is registered
at the llatlery I'ark.
Mrs. ltnllock, of .New Jersey, is rvjjis
Uric! at the Swannanoa.
J. A. Smith anil On. Smith, of lloston.
arc at the llatlery Park.
J. Ilerry, of Hill t'ilv, Ya., is rcj;is.
tired tt the ('.rami Central.
There were eiyhty-six arrivals at tin
principal lintels yesterday.
The Alexander land on Cane creek will
lie sold liy C. YY. Malone on Monday.
The Howe Mission will meet Monday
afternoon at Mrs. Sawyer's at ." o'clock.
Mr. Ktincnc Withers, n prominent
youiiK lawyer of lianvillc, Ya., is in tin
Mr. K. 1 1. TaKHcn and Miss X. li. Tat;
Hen, of Mast 1'alestine, Ohio, are at tin
The federal court convenes on Monday
next, although Jihljtc I'ick will not lie or
hand until Tuesday.
Mrs. V. A. Milionahl. wile of Siiikt
iiitcmlint Mclionald of the street paving
work has joined her husband here.
Cieo. Ii. Cralilrec, J. K. i'.reves and I.
R. Long represent linlliinorc in yestei
ilay's arrivals at the Hallery I'ark.
A. M. I'olger, Chas. M. I'feiler ami
Louis S. Levi and son are registered at
the llatuiy I'ark from Cincinnati.
The teachers of the city schools wish t
extend a cordial invitation to the pnhlle
to vii.il the m Ih mis at any and all times.
Tin damage done liy the freight wreck
near Did Foil yesterday has Item re
paired and trains have been running on
Invitations In the I'ilth animal drum
mers' picnic tu U-held in Knoxville next
Thursday, May Mil, are being received
There was but one ease in the Mayor'
court this morning. Henry Moore was
charged with lighting, lie was found
guilty nnd fined $M.
Ir. J. II. Williams rcMrts that Charles
Walker, who was shot at Hilt more, is nil
proving rapidly, and is now able to sit
up lor several hours during the day.
Maine is represented at the llattery
I'aik by C. W. Davis ami M. C.allert, ol
Waterville, J. Waterman, of llangor, ami
11. C. Lord ami T. II. Littlclield, of Al
Mr.Jas. A. Wilson, formerly chief en
ginecr of the Western North Carolina
railroad, and now holding that Misilioti
on the Knoxville, Ciinilerlniit Hap and
Louisville road, was at the C.letl Rock
Mr. lillis Cocke, a prominent lawyer ot
Rogrrsvillc, Tenn.. and well known here,
and Miss Sallie Kale Wright, were mar
ried Wednesday at Rogersville, and are
now visiting Mr. Cm-kc's sister, Mrs. J
li. Rankin, in this city.
I'irst llaplist church Trenching al 11
a. in. nnd H p. in. to-morrow, livery,
Central Methodist church Siiniliiv
school at t..'lo a. in. Service at 11
a. m., followed by the Sacrament. Ser
nlsont 8.1. "hi. m. All services con.
ducted by Rev. Dr. Atkins for the I'rcsitl-
Riverside Methodist church Divine
service to-morrow morning at 1 1 n. m.,
conducted by Rev. 8. L. Iloyers, of West
vin.inin. Sabbath school at .1 o'clock.
North Asheville Methodist church Ser
vice to-night anil to-morrow at iin.m.
conducted by Rev. J. II. Weaver, I'. 12
Sacrament of the Lord's Siipiicr follow
lug sermon to-morrow. All invited.
"(Ircnt Faith ami in a Heathen,"
Luke VII: 1-10, is the subject of the
evangelistic Iliblc class which will lie
conducted for young men ny ll. r. An
.i M 4 Um ,M,iirn1 srt-rr-tnrv nt the lee
ture hall of the Young Men' Christian
Association to-morrow nllcrnoon nt 4..'M
o'clock. The study will be introduce! by
nn attractive song service. All young
First Prcsliytcrlnn church, Rev. W. S.
ti n-unn nustor Divine wnrshin nt
A . i - - .
Dnttrry I'ark hotel at 11.30 a.m. The
pastor will officiate nnd jirencn. Bnii
bnth school nt 0,45 b. m., nnd young
iicoplc'i meeting nt 7.1S p. m., both at
Y. M. C. A. hall. No evening service.
Usual services nt the French Ilrond
Baptist church nt 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.,
conducted by the pastor, Kev J. L. Carroll.
ANOTHER BIG MEETING.
THE LABORING MEN TURN
OUT EN MASSE.
THE NINE-HOUR MOVEMENT
Npt-cclit'tt toy Messrs. A. Hlii'li. J.
W. tttaniVH, T. . Curtis) ami
M. A. tiudiier All Favor a
Hliortcr Working nay.
The open meeting of the laboring men
in the court house last mgai was ur
much of a success as its predecessor.
Fully 011 were in attendance and the
speeches made by different ones, all lav
oring the nine-hour system, were enthu
siastically applauded. At the close a
standing vote was taken and every man
in the house signified' bv rising his sym
pathy with, ami intention tojilo all m his
power to farther the nine-hour working
lay in Ashevil'e.
The meeting wascallcd to order ats.Iln
o'clock bv A. Shell, and W. l-.Lllioll was
Iivtcilehairm.nl. He stated briefly the
obiccl of the meeting lobe for the ftirlhci
consideration ol the adopt ion of the nine-
Mr. Shell was the first sn,-aker. He was
a particularly happy mood. Theipits-
tioii, he said, had matured taster than
the promoters had any reason to antici
pate, and already the victory was theirs.
He thought the meeting nnglil consist
ently lie changed to one of congratula
tion. The contractors iiv coinphiut
with every id picst. Still some of then;
seemed to have a wrong idea ol the
wants of the nun, and from the resolu
tions adopted at their meeting it seemed
to him that their idea was thai the nieii
were going to strike. That is a mistake,
he said. What the men want is a nine
liotirdav. I'av is out of the iiicstioii.
Again, their claimed ignorance in the
matter until a lew nays ago was inn in
iccorilance with the facts. The fust
action on the nine-hour day was taken
by both of the local labor unions on l-'cli-ruary
'Jl last and the cinplovcrswcrc ad
vised of it. lint in any case he did not
lear trouble from the employers. Tin
cilv was blessed with contractors wlm
were men in every way, and he thought
they would grant the requests of the
. W. Starnis was culled for and he
made a snich ol a half hour's duration
that was lull of points, lie Ugau b
congratulating the men on the step the)
had taken and staled that he was in
sympathy with ihein. lie thoiiglittli.il
the laboring men wen- generous i.i not
demanding an eight hour day. That was
what was Uing demanded all over tin
country, and m Ins opinion it woulil
event uallv come to Asheville. His sictvh
was bin-rally applauded, and when In
took his seal evcrv laboring mail ill tin
house knew tiny had in him a ttiend.
T. S. Curtis, the fori mall at I'. A. lu
mens' wood working laclory, and a h
boring man w ho has been interested and
foremost in sonic of the greatest stiikis
ill the country, made a strong spicili.
When we think, he said, that it only re
mures lour hours work a il.iv bv every
man and woman in this country to sa
ply every know n waul and vveconsi.Ui
that we are working ten hours a day it
is time something should It-done. As it
is, he sitiil, it reipiiics one hour's work a
day from every able bodied lalsuing man
in the country to pay simply the interest
oil Vamierbill's income. The sieaker
was one of the first to advocate ail eighl
hour day ill Minneapolis, he said. II
was al the time the owner of a luimtiui
factory, and for three years he practice
what he preached ami worked thirteen
men but eight hours a day. The result
was that in that time he had clearei
SS.uiiu. Hismeii had worked noie faith
fully mid had Hrlonmil their work 1st
tcr. They appreciated what he was do
iug for them and did theirlsst. HcIiom
there would Ik- no strike, and that wluli
he wanted the laboring men to do all in
their power for the nine hour system In
did not want to sic them liy as their
motto, "rights or blood." He was. how
ever, in favor of the laboring men dc
mandiiig what was due I him lor if they
did not ask for it. they certainly wouli
not get it.
II. A. liiiilger made a strong sH-cch
lavoriug tile ouistion. He nail ol.lirn
the contractors on his building, he said,
to grunt the rciiic-t mid he hoied thai
all the employers ol the city could see it
to their advantage to do the same. In
his opinion when a mull had done nine
hours work he had done all that should
lie exiNTtc lot him in one day. In fact
he was in favor of a nine hour dav with
lull imy and thought they should have it
At the conclusion ol Ins ss-ivh. w hich
was appreciated bv every one m luc hall
and loudly applauded, the vote was
taken ami the meeting ntipiurucu.
THE TEACHER sTcOUNCIL.
An InlcrvHlliiK Mri'lliiif Held To
day. At the lliincombe county teachers'
council, which was held to-day, Mr.
Startles called attention to the promised
Western North Carolina Teachers' Assn.
eiiition to meet about the l.'lh of July
next, and urged the neeissity of favorable
consideration on the part of all the teach
ers of this county. He staled further
that at the close of this term, July 1st,
he expected to retire from the office of
county siiKriiitciidctit of schools, and
suggested to the teachers that they
should make known their opinions with
regard to his successor. They were Hie
parties interested in the great work.
Mr. Claxton called attention to the
Southern Teachers' Assembly, to meet at
Morclicad City July 1, nnd the Summer
Normal, to be held in this city for two
weeks following July UN,
Mr. I'elmel moved that the county
suierititciident be rcrpiestcd to nsk the
railroad authorities fur reduced rates to
the Western North Cnroliim Teachers'
Association, It was carried.
The meeting was adjourned tiiiuect on
Tuesday June )rd, during the county
AS11EVILLE DAILY CITIZEN : SATURDAY
A MILITARY FAIR.
t Will be Meld by the I.ltf'it In-
f miry Next Thursday.
The Light Infantry have decided to
hold a fair 1 1 the Farmers warehouse on
next Thursday evening nnd the proceeds
will be used lor defraying their expenses
to Richmond, where they will go on the
.".Ith of this month to witness the unveil
ing ol the l.ee inonnmeui, me inni
biiurine and dumb ln-ll corps, which
scored so gratifying a success nt lh- en
tertainment given by the pupils of Un
graded schools, will apin-ar, and one ol
the features will be an exhibition ol gym
nastics by Clarence Kay. Strawberries,
.- t :n l...
cream anil oilier reircsiimcuis mm
An appeal for contributions was sent
out yesterday. It was in the shape ol a
card soliciting binds for the proposed
trip, and should secure the boys a suli-
tantial aid. Col. Anthony, ol me
Fourth regiment, of which the Light In
fantry is a company, is parucuiaiiv oe-sii-ous
that the entire regiment shall go.
It w ill he the only one from North Caro
lina which will attend in a body.
The circular which he sent to the differ
ent companies is as follows:
Cii.vki.hith, N. C, April H). lv.m.
To the Ulliccrs and Mcmliers ol the 1th
Regiment N. C. S. li.:
Having received an invitation from the
R. li. Lee camp Conleclcratc veterans,
through the military conimitte to lie
present ill the unveiling of the statue ot
lil'll. K. I-. I-CC III RlClllUOIllI, lil.,liil ..lii.l
i he '.".nil, the Colonel conunnniliiig tie-
s to call your uttenlioii to the invita
tion, and rcipicsts tnai cava coiupiiin
oiisiiiiilmg this eomiiianil use their nest
iloits to go. Rales will lie for military
iru.iuiatious one cent in-r mile each
- .... i.i.. . ii
way, wincli is very reasouaoic, n
troops will tie nunisneii ipiartcrs nan
arrangements have Urn made to furnish
loud at restaurants at Ho cents ier meal
to soldiers. The event is one ill which
nil entire Southland Iccls a loving inter
est to render just Honors to mm who so
olilv led his army through all the cam
aig'as of the army of Northern Vir
inia. North Carolina was largely represented
in that ai niv and their general held tlieni
u as high esteem as any ol the troops ol
lis command, and how noblv they did
thcirdutv thousands of graves in Virginia
soil will ill lest, thousands of which are
id sight ol the statue which will U- un
veiled. Is it mil meet and proier thai
we. who have so many kuidied there
buried who tell in battle in the discharge
I 'duty under their Lee. should take ad
vantage of tins opportunity to rctulir
homage to his and their memory .' The
colonel eommamimg uoin-s uiai ceii
ompanv will go, showing X.rginm that
we have a lust claim to our i.ee, aim
untiling would demonstrate our claim
more Inllv than our full regiment then-on
thai occasion. It is to U- hoiH-tl that
each community in which there is a inili-
i re company will tccl asulhcicntintiresi
i ti e event to render mil to ineir com
pany to enable them to go. It is a duty
they juily owe and should chccrlully fni
till.' I trust this apH-al may not In- in
J. T. Anthony,
Col. Com'd'g. -th Rcg'l. X. C. S.
fulled Slates Minister tolaiglaud Lin
coln is reported as Uing much improved
in health and spirits. The grief consc-
picnl on the loss ol his sou has Ucomi
suflcucil by lime.
Mine. Carina, the wile of the French
I'residiul. is a thorough believer in home
indiiMiics. She will not wear a single
artulc ol M isoiial adornment unless it is
of French make. ,
The distinction of having Urn over
threescore years on the stage U longs to
Mrs. John Drew-, now- sixty-nine years ol
ige. She made her debut on the stage
when but six years old.
The memory of llie great tenor. Uay
arre. will U- n-rK-liiaied ill Spain by the
creel ion ol a theater, which is to Uar his
name. Another will also he osnnl at
Las I'almas. in the Canary Isles.
The creation of un international odi.e.
to be maintained bv the dciniH-rulicllicui-U-rsol
the Luglih. French, Italian, Hcl
giau, Swiss and lurinaa parliaments, for
i he pin h ise of concentrating all informa
tion relative to economical ipicsiioiis mid
social problems, is the ideal ol M Jan
sou, the leader ol 'he advanced liU-ral
parly in llclgium.
due of the most rrmnrknMc journals
published is the Austrian Kaiser's Chron
icle. It is published lor the Sole benefit ol
l .uis-ror I r.iuris Joseph of Austria. Oul v
three copies are printed, one lor hiiliscii
and one each lor the minister of loreigu
allairs and the se relary ol Slate, ll isa
daily coiUK'inliuni ol opinions in the
Lurosaii press concerning Austrian al
tans. The l.trls Won It.
The entertainment given by the pupils
of the graded schools at Dsra Hall last
night was as successful as the one given
a lew nights ago. The house was fairly
well Idled and the audience was n thor
oughly appreciative one. The program
included a tamUirinc drill by a nuitiUr
of girls, songs, recitations, some clever
acrobatic work and a pric dumb lull
drill Utwefii n company of girls nnd
boys. In the latter the girls were judged
to be the winners and were awarded the
prize of $lu. In n picnic scene, pnrtk-i-
paied in by a company of young cadets
mid girls, the boys dcinoiislriitcd their
ability to handle a gun with the grace
and precision of veterans, and n number
of choruses sung by IhiiIi were particu
larly pleasant. The entertainment was
in every way an enjoyable one.
The Criminal court.
Leah Foreman was arraigned this
morning, charged with killing her mot her,
and pleaded not guilty, through Mr. II.
II, Carter, a member ol the firm of Cud
ger, Carter and Martin, who arc her at
torneys. The case wns continued to the
next term of the court which meets in
Ilritt I'owell, charged with nil affray,
and llryson Douglass, charged with nn
assault, submitted nnd judgment in both
cases was suswndcd on payment of costs.
The jury returned a verdict of not
guilty in the case against W. 0. Kirktnnd
The court will adjourn this evening un
til the July term.
William Miller, who wns clinrgrd with
shooting John Dryman, wns found guilty
in the erimlnnleoiirt to-dny and sentenced
to six months in jail and to pay fine of
The cases against the Cosmoolitiin
club for telling llipmr at their rooms will
go to thc.itiprcmf court.
A Complete Hurprlse.
The vote of the employes at Dcmeus'
factory on the nine-hour question wns a
complete surprise to the promoters of the
movement and quite as much ol a one
to Mr, Ilemens. ll was supposed of
course that if the choice was left with
the men the nine-hour day would be
"1 was almost certain," remarked Mr.
Ilemens last evening, "that the vole
would Ik; overwhelmingly for nine hours.
As for myself I had as soon they would
have it. I employ ihirty-six men and
had made up my mind that if it should
he a tie vole 1 would cast ihc deciding
one for the shorter day."
A Word ol AdU-c.
The committee in charge of the Child
ren's Home, while highly appreciating all
manifestations of interest in the institu
tion, nnd desiring to have peisons visit
it, would ask that all gilts be handed to
the matron and not given toihcchildrcn.
Much mischief to the health of the child
ren has been done by visilorsdisti Uniting
fruit, candy, etc. As t he children arc in a
verv poor condition w hen lirsl admitted,
their diet has to he strictly regulated and
the matron is held responsible bv the
committee lor carrying out the medical
For the 24 hours ending at 1 p. in..
May 'J, lS'.ni :
I'. St. Siiinai. Skkvick Station, t
Win.Yiih Sanitarium, Asln-ville, N. CI
i.at. .tr,.:m s. i.nsn. sa.iil w. ki.k. 'ja.io it
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TIMI'liRATI KH, May It.
7 n. in..'-.' o. y p. in.
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lilrkt-lH liv Wire
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SIMIHT Kills V 11HI.
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Ni:w YinK. Mnv :i. Coltiiit futures to-
ilny rnuiteil us f.-llnivs :
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Mnv II ua 1 1 in 1 1 .pa
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Sepuniiitr lias ii at uar
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Ht'NINIChH NO I'll I :H.
Hllver IMuud Wiirt-.
In ranters, spoons, lorks and knives,
siKvial indiimiieius are Uing ollcrcd
now. Rogers' tripple idated knives
J 1.73 iht set. Forks to match al same
prie-e. Ik-scrt knives. SI (in in-r set.
splendid nsmirtiueiil ol Kccd ll.u ton's
iilatcd ware, the U-st goods made, an-
iillcrrd at lowest piiecs. CriK-kcry, glass
ami cutlery, very large stuck nnd always
the hnvesl prices at Laws, oi, .'.' and
til Soft lh Main Html.
Ice forNetinaii IHv.
On and after Mnv 1st ice w ill U-deliv
ered only for cash or tickets. Tickets
may lie obtained at our ollicc, Nu, :iu
I'allon avenue, ami will U- strictly rash
Asiii:vii.i.i lei; ami Cuai. Co.
The Mouiiluln lurk lloli-l, Hot
HprllluM, M, 1'.,
Is firsielass in every particular, with
the best mine ill the Smth. I 'arc and
abiiiulaiit water and riivt sanitary ar
The scenery is U-iiutiliil, climate much
mildiT than Asheville, there Uing no
harsh winds and aiulusi tmrrilale weak
throats and lungs.
The baths in marble hioIs are the flu
est in the world and Die I hernial waters
arc an unexcelled sis-, ihc .,r rheumatism
gout, sciatica, in-con exhaustion and
all diseases ol skin and bluod.
Kxeellenl physicians reside III the ho
Trains leave Asheville for Hot Springs
at T..10 n. m ..ni ami 7 p. in
lixeiirshiu tickets, including our day
iKiard at Mountain I'ark hotel, $(.,,"111.
For rales etc., address
Ailv. V. (',. llool.iTTI.K.
A New Mond lo IIIInn.
If vou are wise and wish to Ixvonie
hniltliy and wealthy also, vou will use
Holier King or Lin tin- Light Hour: I
cause the Asheville Milling Company's
Hour Is not only llu ls-st but Ihecliiainsl
Hint I faliilt
The Averill I'aiat is the best. Outwears
nil others, lUiiutitiil nnd economical. In
general ue '.'3 years. Guaranteed. Sam
pic earn me.
ii1 Iwo iliiys rcmnin fur Iht riilm
mnl nifi iiil low irivrt nt Hosts.' urns. K
Hr.'m-iiKli llrnrkltn nt 17c, I-mil nf
l.iMiin liiiiiit-slic Hv., nml tunny sihviiiI
ilrivrs In llnis nml Sliors this wivk lit
Host ic Urns. Wrlu'lU's.
HM RTII PAtlK,
tiiiii; Tssns No V Hlnrnrs Avr.
fos SlI.SIi. Iti'lMNIIM Cortlnml Urns.
Nn. II STAMNKH AVIINI'K.
fftlK HAI.lt IIM UXCIIANUIt
HUH tITV I'RdPKRTY
A line fsrm nf sni srrrs in llrmlrrsnn Ci.,
N. C, sittn-n mllr, fTiim Asltrvillr. us ttir
Sinrlsitliiirs; nml Ashrvllli rnllrunil lusi
nfllc and railroad station nn th. fur in
m.y.1 dlf Hi A yd Pattnn A.
MAN As sitrnt of nnr tinldit Snfr.i ilrr
ilNllNsIN Imhrs, SUA rrt.il. All slirs n.
luw. Nrw stjrlrsinrw fiattrn.i nrw liH-ki
nrw rnrtnry. Nut itnvcmrd liy Soft 't,i,.
Kvrrv ssfr warrantrd. Mar rhnnrr. I'rr
mnnrnt linslnrM, Our tr-rinn and v.tniuiriir
will run vine .mi Aitrnts rlrar :iiki tn tnuu
ptr muntli. writ, fur rir1u.lv. territory,
At.PINU SAfH CO., Cincinnati, O.
iIITOGR APH IC$
ASHEVILLE AND VICINITY,
jj H. main Nt.,
npr Is il
CEMENT, LIME ANO PLASTER
C. 12. MOODY,
iillu-e No. an Pntton Avenue.
Ti'li-pliiinc Nu. 4o.
Warelliiuse near l-relglit Pl-iiit.
1 huve ninile iirnttigi-iiieiits In keeti mnl
sliull soon huve ti lull stock ul' tln-liest liramls
IMPORTED ENGLISH ANO GERMAN PORTLAND
LOUISVILLE AND ROSf.NDALE CEMENTS.
LIME IN BARRELS AND IN BULK.
ROOFING MATERIAL AND OTHER ARTICLES
IN THESE LINES.
My warehouse is nuw- In-iiiK liuilt iiiljoiuniK
riillriiail truck mill my stock purtly here mnl
arriving, t'ntil my own wnu-hiiuse is I'm.
islu-il I shall occupy the Wclister wiirellouse.
Parties ushm these urticlrs emi stive uin-curt-
nut liy li-nving urilrrs at nthi-c nml hnvhig
limiHTiy ili-llvercd iliri-ct Irtini viurrhouse or
by ctilliui; llie-re for It.
AkTII'llJl AL STllNIi V(I;k mnile same
Friday, May 2, 1890
MiiVc, tccitnllnntt nnd i'.ilitllnnk t MTiiM'.
htmr nt 7.Mi, intirtiiinnunt to Ik: in
ut n p. in.
A19MIHH1UM SO I'K.NTH,
TUkotH for Kale at Nawvcr'H
ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
ROOMS, 26 PATTON AVE., ( Y. M. C A. ROOMS.
1 M'ti ilully, turpi Humlnyii, from 10 a. m
until 1 p. m., Mini 4 until fl u. m.
The trrtim of nulimrrfption re: (knr yrni
0 mo,, f l.fli); 3 mm., $1 : 1 mo., flocti
ilully 2 ct.
DrtUTm for iNtnv Prm.iUtit, ctwirlin W
Woolnry; Vlcc-Irrllrnt. Tim. A. Jnct ; St-
nml TrriiHurvr, P. H. Wmimm: l.llirtitian, Mixf
K. J. Ilntch.
Cltlrrna nnil victor arc cirtllnlly ttivtttd
to initctt the cataloirae nnd lnciitH. thrir
nnmfN n mrmticni. InnMOilif
A HcautlAil Farm
ADJOINING THE CITY LINE.
If nptlUantion Itr itmtlc to ii ntomv we cnti
nrllat A tlKI.AT MANiAIN Innulifut fitrm
ofiiMJucrm ailjolnlnit the citrjMtrnti' line ol
tht'tity. IIiih nliT lmirovrniriiU, well net hi
KrtiM, with tinr fruit ; t'oltl trint of wnter
runtttnK nil vtT the p'luv, Vc., Vv. Inm
uvvrlottk thin opMtrtunity.
NATT ATKINKON At H4)N,
Hnil Hntittr IniiIitm.
Mil m ,lilm
Nrattv fiirnl.hi'il house. M mum. and eellnr.
Itniiirdintr tiiiBsessiiin lor siittimrr. Aiily tn
tlinyVll.lt lij IHtAKIHtN AVIV.
KIVATIt 111 IA HI I.
Two srmtlrnivn boarders fun icet aecom.
I'nrnlshrd front rnnm in drslrnlilr Inriitlon
fur liu.lnr,.. Aildris. I'. (). IliiX X,
mavl dill Asheville.
l.sriie, sunny runm. with snnd hnnnl nt
AlKR. AI.IHI Niivniii.iin,
4N Hpruev street.
I'nr a few dnvs, that valnnlilt liiillillnu lot
on Mny wood street, eiintnitiliiK hnil nere.
msyl J.I'. KIIKK.
OlDcs Ashrvlllr Ktrrrt Rsllway Co.,
April u:i. Iniiii. I
A stocsholili rs' mretln will lie held nt this
office nn the 7th risy nf May, Imihi, at nuns,
for trnnsnrtlna ol such buslnrss as muy be
prrscnted In It.
liy order of Rnsrd of lilrretnrs.
H. M. JllNliH, Hen, and Treas.
Ilarln rented the tiaeldsnn House, nn Cnl
Iriie street, I will nnen th. sum. Alilil 14 a. a
busnllns huUM. New furniture throiiuhiiut.
aurKId I.C. MAlMU.
v;i-iiA..M.-f"iiiHir,l-',..-' tn'iu.i', .I't'i
ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1390.
In iiiiimtitli-s not li-ss limn i'in' ton nt Im-lop.t
In quantities tint Ic lliiin mu' li ill ton ul Inelnr.v.
IIOO IHllimlS, 111 I lU'KllS, lo llHllllll-
7011 " I'H " ur " '
to,o " in no ;; "
1WI1 " lo " 100 "
No ire will lio ikllvi'ml without rush ur mki
Asheville Ice &
rc'lcplioiic No. 36 mnl 40.
For ;ratc, 85.00.H
J JEST ANTHRACITE COAL
For salt- at linlrsHU' ami Ki lail by
ASHEVILLE ICE AND COAL COMPANY,
Telephone ,)6 and 40.
HxchiH.ve A Lii'ii tH ( Mutm stic anil Sirnni I lor W'i-sutii North Carottnn.
JUST ON THE
of a mo noon, stams -i
Now is the Time to
Vou mny think pthvt arc l.ih! Idit liny
ANhvvillc In the lu-Ht kinnvu, tlu- most n autilul, tin most licalllitul ami thcttioht proKrcMH
ivc city in thin State. Vou cannot luwst your
in thin KiipUn Npot of (ho itii-iitiiniuH.
Simuc choice liaiuains iii city loi aiid siilitii
Real - Estate -
Room 9 & 10, McAfee Illock,
l.liWIS MAlilll'X, I'ns
I.. I'. Mcl.lll'li, Vlre-I'ns.
IHKKCTiss:-U'Wis Mnililiix. M... llrnlilin.
o. 11. nvvn, irt-ii. e.. i-iiwvn. k.. .M .mi'i.iiiiii.
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK,
irunnincl May 1st. In.-
State, County aim!
loeii a (ii'tierul Hankinu Htihiiitsn. it-pitit
Iccttoim made on all ucccMsllilr poiatN. '1 he
Onalt mtnift in thin depart im-m, ilrpotitrd
of 4 icr cent, K-r annum will he ,.aiil.
Sitecial utteniion ivcn to Iouiih on rcai c
0cn (rum U a. m. to II p. in. n Satnnlavo
Only 8 Miles from A.lic 111c on llie A. t S.
Ilcit(lcr!oii illc I'itic.
The Krvnti-st iiuiiiIht mill vnritty il mimta:
Chuly I H-nte, Iron, aililiur, eptotu, alaMi, .in.l
that are ued in curing imlic "(ion, Iim r ;m
ppHia nut) chrouit' i, k headaclie, ih n in-
ever toiiml. Many are hu mu lot- initi.i r
at llomimil pricea to tvlvs rlim the pl:i aii.l
$20 to $30 1'cr Moitlif or si Per Hay.
KeferenceM, teHtituoniaU, etc., can i ha lo w ritinu to th- o tier ; or In-tter yet, itnyowr
iiitvnuttd in iuvitetl to louit ami tt liu wair i.uat iaiproveiui utM will Ik" nittde next
Ttiim leave .hi illt tit P n. h. tn. and ti turn at 7 p. in. fare 'J.1 etntn.
l-or lurtlur tniot laatiou wnii to
tiNI! til' Till!
IN Til li Hiit'TII.
Street Cnrw pn the
hoor eviry i!i
11 ' ,.MWW.
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
217 Haywood Street.
All WATliK TllOKOl'tail.V l llriCHICIt on llie freiulnca.
Twrnty-Hvc years of inu llcul rsH rltiHv. niiul.iiiril with I'skiinai. nttrntlun In ll ilo
tslls of the Imslurss ami iHTtW't ai riiiiui'iiitiits lor ci.kam.i.kss nml itmity of nil hiiihIs
maiiufnrturi'il, cnuliU- the iroirirtnr to imniil tu Ills iitiimrniis initniiis a suiwrior clnsi ul
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphons.
I.iiiinr Air anil all the viirii.un ilnvnrs nf snliA WATliK nmly Utr shiinicnt and drlircail
Ircr In City limit., tlut nf town iinli'rsiiist Imti nksiminsiiii.k nfcrciut.
C. H. CAMPIllCI.L,
AhIicvMIc, N. C.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO,,
Manufacturer, nnd tieiiler. in all kind, of Dressed
L U 31 It It,
Uoor, NiinIi, lllindM, ItlouUlliiKH, Ntulrwork, ManlelMt Bank
and liar I- ixturc, and all kinds) ol' Iliilldlnu; Material.
Hard Wood Lumber Work
nn. Odly Tl-tt'plionv Nn. in,
PLUMBING, STEAM AND GAS FITTING,
' TIN AND SLATE HOOFING,
ARCIIITICCTI'RAL. IRON WORK.
Plans and Specification) l'urulslicd on Application
Wc hn Ihornuuh ntcehanles In rath llnr who have had ninny years eicrlencc In then
linslnew. Wc can sulci r ituarnntee Our patrons siillsfuttliin in our work, a low Inm
BALLARD, RICH & DOYCE.
THK LKADINtl '
V WINE.'. AND , LIQUOR .'. STORE
IN TIII STATIi.
FINIS SAMPLE AND IlILUAItD ROOM.
j. a. MAatQVARUT, m r. I NO. 43 S. MAIN ST., ASHEVILLE, N. C
CASH WITH ORDER
...-Illl'. iht huiiilrttl,
Is. Ti. ki ts now oil snlf nt the ollUf ul tllf
No. 30 ration Avenue.
For Sloven, ... 94.50.
in: city of asiu:villic.
liny Real Estate.
arc ImiiukI to k litKlu r, ah pant cApt-rkucv hua
iajii ;al to lu tu r inlvauUtuc lhati riht here
linti tiroiK-rtiis ciiii he had 1v callinu at our
and - Insurance,
28 latlou Ave, Aslieville.N. C.
. li. RASKIN, Ctt.hkT.
M. .1. I'iibk. J. H. Knnkin, J. B. Kay, J. li. Kilil
rectfvi-d l-.xcliaiiKC houuht nail oh. Col
;viuu I'talntv will receive hik-cImI atieitiion.
lor four moutni or loiiKcr, nitiixHl nt the ntic
tale, which will he placed for hmK time on rcul
the Saviuu hi artnicnt will heoK-n tdl (1 p.m.
Ti'tind in the South.
It an 40 AcrcN,
I.i li t v tr
n -it ' v
t . 1 1
I In innu i
n. Several very fine eoniltiuutloii.
tii'.Ii-. ht-'im- l Miurrv, ehroiiiedH-
U mIih.I 1 the tfreiitritt touicwaler
,i.t ii.ai Die Sriuu" l.otn art' Mild
.il water. It urd can Ik had at
OTIS A. MILLER,
k land P.O., N.C.
11 VII MINl'THK'
, nnsn ll v w w,i uy.
UfAl If CDnilOAIIDTCA
i' :,..,.'',.,i, j;;ri .
ii.wr!';.. .s-j mm .
Near I'asweiiKer Depot.