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ASUEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: TIIU11SDAY EVENING, MAY 8, 1800.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
H. D. CHILD, Huainctu Manager.
Th Daily Citizkn will be puhllMhert every
afternoon (except Sunday) ut the lulUiwiiitf
rate tnctly cmah:
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8ii Months a t
Three Month. 1.S0
One Month B
One Week 15
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call at the Citizkn Office.
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known on application ut tin. othev. All
transient advertittvmeiiu muHt be puiU in aA
The Citizkn 1. the mn.t extensively circu
lated and widely read newspaper in Wei tern
It. dlHcuaaion of public men and m-Mimm-i
I. In the IntereHt of public iiiunty, mutcm
government, and nrowpcrinia imtutury, ami it
know, no personal ulU'Kimiceiu trcutnit: ,ml
Specimen copies of nny edition will be sent
T.ee to any one seiimiiK meir uciurcn.
Kcadina notices ten cents per line, ol-itu
ary, mnrrtiiKV and society notice, tilty tent'
WBDN USDAY, MAY 7. SW.
THK DAILY C11'IZi:-N
la on sale at the follow Inn places in Ashvvillc:
HATTBKV l-AKK NliWS STANll.
lil.KN KlIL'K NliWS STAND.
MOIIB1. CIGAK STOKIi. I'lillon An-.
J. CARSON'S NliWS sI Ukli, Ni.rlll Com 1
PERTINENT AND PERSONAL.
New) About AHlievllllaiiH and ut
HlraiiKerH Vltliln Our ;ali-N.
Military I'tiir at I'miiicrs' wiirilinusc
V. L. Hyman is lierc IV. mi I U-inlt rson
Irvinjj Yermilva is at tin- Ilatlery I'ai l
(ruin New Yurk.
A. L. Kankin represents I'ln-cuslium .11
the ('.ranil Central.
!c. Wilson, of ToK-ilo, 0.,is tvnin-ii-l
ut the Swtitimiuoa.
C. II. Benedict and wile reoivsnit l'lir
iilu ut the Ilatlery Park.
C. C. Stuart, of New Jersey, is rois
tered at the Swaimaimu.
There were eighty-five arrivals ut tin
principal hotels yesterday.
W. Howard and Samuel Stein, of p.alii
more, an at the Mattery I'ark.
J. A. Aldrieh is registered at the I! it
tery I'ark from Rochester. N. V.
V. V, ("allaway anil wife, of t.:iiVne
City. S. C, are at the Ilatlery I'ark.
Louis Colin anil V. W. Andre .vs .-tic at
the Mattery I'ark from Cleveland,
Kev. A. Taylor, i-t thiamin, who nvii
some valuable iri.icrly here, is in tin
Kli.aU-lli M. l.tpieucott, "I I'liil.nli i
pliia, is at the Swaiin.iii.ia lor .-iii-o i
The monthly iiiei'tiiiu. l' the V
T. I'. is iK'ilic held in the V. M. C
M. I.. Jtiliiu and wile, of Mot:
. U. I
are at the liniiiil Central. They are in
their hridal trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Addison Alw.iti r. o.
New York, are ciijuyiiiy the saiurv fr.nr.
the Ilatlery I'ark.
Juile Iiek, of the federal court, will re
main ill the city during l!ie session oi tin
K. I.. Leatherwood, an att'-rncv Iron:
llryson City, who is in the city, paid Till
ClTIKN a pleasant call this inorniii.
There wan lint one ease in the M.ivi.r't
court thin morning- lialiriil Willi. ni
wan fined for lieini; drunk and tlisor
dcrly. dpt. W. M. Cocke has sold to Mr .
II, lluslie the vacant lot at t!ie corner o
South Main and Syeanmrc streets foi
J. A. Rector, of Marshall. X. C, ha
Iktii npHiiuted general 1'nited Static
deputy marshal of the Tilth district o:
Mr. Allen '.. Itiyelow, assueiale ediloi
of the llulTalo M'iniiiii: Express, is in tin
city for the lienclil of his health, lie il
remain some time.
There will be a HiectiiiK 01 the I'm
Kinilcrtjiirtcns m the t . .M. I. A. rooms
to-morrow at half past lour. A full at
tendance if desired.
J. ft. ('.rant, a prominent real cslati
denier of Marion, is in the city lor n leu
lavs. Hi wilcand her sistir. Miss liiliu
McCurry, are with him.
I'ntf. H. I'. MaiiKuin lias relurued from
Ilia home in the eastern part ol the Suite
where lie was called Iry the serious illness
of hit father. The latter is now much
The federal court disposed of n manlier
of minor criminal cases this iiiiiriiiiiH ami
at It o'clock heKiin the cull of the civil
docket. The ".riitul jury returned several
The Ashr-viHe l.ujlit nml Tower com
puny Inm received the lioiler for theirurw
phtnt. The weiK'it of the duller isliu,
0(10 pounds, nml the Imgl'l from St
Louis wm $I0U.
All yotinu- men nrc invited to attend the
mcetiiiK nt the Y. M. C. A. to-niht at K
o'clock. Subject "(.ml Wants Our Hem.
Mill. 1:11-11; Koni. xiiit. The miction
will bt led try Mr. Ceo. K. Collins,
The ctosinji esercises of the I. I'. Clitx-
ton I'ree KindcrKartcn in the mmiufae
turiiiK port of the city, nenr the French
Ilrond river bridge will take plait to
morrow, Friilnv morning, nt 1 1 o'clock
All are cordially invited to be present.
I-enh Connally, Jane Moore nml Hmnin
McIowell were before Justice Israel ves
terdity nfternoon on comptiiint of Mary
Wooillin. Tliey wcrechnrKcd witJi mnk-
intf tlirentt and were put under bond to
keep the pence. Mary Woodlin was
made to pay the costs. All the parties
arc colored and live in the western part
Jnmpcd From a MovIiik Car.
Hiram Llndgey, a 10 yenr old boy,
working at the furniture factory, JumKil
from moving enr on North Main street
to-day and received nervous shock
11c wal inncnil)le when picked up, and
wai carrkil Into Wclib'i itorc, where Dr.
Whlttlngton examined him, and pro
nounced it a concunelon of the nervous
yatem. Nothingierioug ii apprehended.
The boy was in, a dated condition for
tonic time. I
FAVORS THE BLAIR BILL
CONGRESSMAN EVVART ON
TOPICS OF THE DAY.
MEMBER OF THE FARMERS' AL
LIANCE JUST NOW.
inn IIIh l.lttle Sclii-iue In as Truns.
parent iih Alr-Wliat lie Says
Hon. II. ('.. Kwnrt, meinlier of eouuim
lor this district, who has been spending
a few davs here, will leave at '.1.1 o a. m
to-lliorrow fur Ileudeisonville, his hoiiii
He will slay there to-morrow and will
leave for Washington Satnrdav. lie was
seen vestcrdav at the Swatinauoa liottl
and stiliuiitted to an iutci vicw. He wi
lirst asked about the lllair bill.
"I think the bill will be reconsidered
he said, "and there is a motion to th.
effect penilitij: now. Since its defeat, the
two Montana senators have been ail
milted, and they arc in favor ol it
think thai some i ducal ional bill w ill be
passed this session. Chairman I'oimcll
of the house committee on education
tub! me last week that he had about
compleied a bill that he thinks will U
aeccplali'e. It is a modification of lilt
lllair bill. As to its defeat there wen
two reasons forlhat. Tile Southern sen
il.irs took the stand that the South
able toliclp hcisclf and does not need any
national aid for educating her children
Another reason is the republican scu.i
tors wire siiiiportiuu ik'tision bills and
knew that both could not be carried
have no doubt but what that influenced
several Western and Northwestern sen;
tors in tluir voting. I think the Illaii
bill or some equivalent is a ncecssitv fi
"What do you think ul Meed's 1 nliii);
and his course in general since hciu
. Icctcd speaker?" he was asked.
"I am much pleased svilh him. II
tiitc fair aril courteous to all members
and shows no disposition to ignore thi
rights of an ol them. I think his ruling
y which mcmlnrs who are phvsicalk
present arc counted iumakiui: a ipmrum
w hether ihcv vole or not, is jjooil. It
i.icililates leii.iiloii, and savisa In
-urn ut uioni-y for the people. In m
opinion he is li:c best speaker the houst
lias had since lllaine occupied that posi
tion. He has diplacd a rcuiarkabli
. on. unit ol coinage, backbone and uerv
in susiaiuiu'4 his rulings, and he lias tin
solid and ct. iliiiiasiieendnrsi incut ol lilt
ri I i.i . Ik . in p.irtv."
' hat is our opinion ul ilic uport o
the w. is and uua.is coinmiitce on tlu
Mckinley tarili lull :"
i lie icpu'ilicaiis iiacc iieeu cry po
litic coneei imtir Ui.it lull. As lar as I am
ailoi HKii the lull is entirelv acceiilable
I here are some Western members' win
are ilissatii-ticil Willi the lull Ircuusi
hi. Us are placed on l lie tree list. Tin
l.astciu nu in on, arc ilissatliul aim
waul sonic cliauc.es made on tl-c worn
In dale. They u , nit an increase ol the
l.o ili' on some grades ol wool and a dc
creae mi ollicis. I think lias opposi
inm will not am. mill to t hi ir votiiu,
against the bill, and I lullcvc il will pass
Willi iicriiaps some slight auiendmcnl
that will mil matcriallcaiicclil."
Adout Laves conliriuatiou lonuss
ill. in liw.irl is saiiuuiue.
ins coiiiirm.iiiou is aosoiulcly ccr
tain," he said. "His iiouuuaiiou has
iicui rcpoiud lavonililv to the senate b
the coiumitUc. The cause ol the delay
a hoi", stiay. Senator Vance was on tin
Mib-vomiuillcc and asked lo have tin
investigation delavcil, in order that hi
miht have lime to formulate thechart
ai;ainsl 1, nves. I lie luccssarv time was
iitvcu and the charges were hied. Thcsi
charges were investigated by the com
Ulisstoucr ol internal revenue, to whom
they were submitted, and pronounced
utterly misc. The commissioner en
dui Mil H ives' administration asaccepta
li'e to tin dcpai tniciil. Tlicinattcr was
alter Aaids dclaved bv J. J. Motl and
sonic oilier poliiicinns ol Has Stale, mid
the eoiilcst has liccn forth lasl lew weeks
what iiiilu lie termed a runniii); 'Guer
illa hlil.' I he matter, as il now resit,
is liable to lie called up at any day, ami
Mr. I. a ves will lie eoiilirnicd verv soon.'
In hissiccc!i U'sicrdny Mr. Hwartstin
niatied in sinui)- terms a correspondenl
o a democratic piiier w ho had said that
he K"vc up Ins law piaeiiic to lie a mem
iier oi tue rarmers .miiuiicc. "lie is a
second class liar," he said forcibly. "There
is nut a word of truth in what he has
said," 1 he rules ol the alliance will not
admit n lawyer to the order, ami liccuiist
he will not practice law while he inn con
Kressmuu, he thinks he him n jierlcet
ribt to join il, Alter lie leaves congress
he may resume his practice and says m,
It will not take the iiicuiIkts of thi
district long to see through his little
scVinc, While lie is n congressman and
in the race for eoiiKressional honor next
fall, he want the vote ol the order,
When he die hi polilicul dentil mid he
has mi further use for vote lie will j-o
hack to the law. This is what In- savs
I cannot tell you whether I will prac
tice law or not after leaving congress,
but since my election I have closed my
law olliee mid absolutely refused to take
nny law business, although n (rent deal
has been offered to me, both nt home and
in Washington. I shall certainly not
take nny white in congress, ii I will not
hnvc time to attend to il, A to having
u right to be n member ol the nlhnnce, I
wn not praiciug nt the time 1 wa ad
mitted, mid do not think 1 could have
obtained admission if I had been, Again,
I am a farmer. IhuvcU'cn living on a
Ihrm for the pnst eight yenr nml nnt
willing to submit my crop proceed with
those of nny man and think they will av
erage pretty well. I don't know what
their action would be on a man for prac
ticing law, hut I am sure they would usk
him to retire. I shall withdraw if I tnke
up the law practice again."
Mr. Hwurt made a sieech before the
civil service reform committee of the
house last Saturday, which excited eon
sulerable favorable comment, and was
highly spoken of in the Washington
THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
The Citizen rh t sual Will Cover
the Ground Fully.
The indications at present are that the
approaching meeting ol the (icuenil As
sembly will be the largest ever held. The
mciubcrship is slrictlv limited to commis
sioners, but the attendance will include a
great number of visitors, lvverv day the
names oi prominent men from all parts
of the South are scut in and boarding
houses and hotels are crowded with ap
plicants. It is no secret that many of these visi
tors will Ik- ladies. The ministers and
elders wish to have their wives and
daughters enjoy the beauties of Asheville
while they are engaged in more serious
work, and they write to the committee
asking for places at which they can
hoard their wives and daughters. The
eouimitlec, however, has one uniform
answer: ' A man's wife is a part of him-
sell and w hen we entertain him wo will
cntcrlaiu his wife."
Tin; Cmziix proposes to give a lull re
port of the proceedings from day to day.
It is receiving subscriliers from all over
the South lor the K-riod ol the t'.eneral
Assembly and its page will lie rend even
more than usual in all partsof the Union.
Siscial facilities will lie provided for
uewspaier men of whom u large number
will attend. The report of Tim Citizkn
will be daily and will Ik' complete in iis
account ol the proceeding mid the di
lutes. Among the commissioners who will
attend will lie Kev. I-'. II. Wright, ol
llnggv Ik-pot, Indian Territory. Mr.
Wright is a son of the late (ioveruor anil
Keverend Allen Wright, who was for two
years a devoted missionary to his own
people, the Choctaw's. His son is finely
educated, being a eolltge graduate and
a gradiii teof the Theological Seminary.
His mother was one ol the first mis
sionary teachers sent out to the terri
tory, lielore the war.
Ciovcrnor Wright was a man of great
talent and culture, a lull blooded Choc
taw, a scholar, a statesman mid an al le
minister of the New Testament. As a
mcmlicr of ihe Assembly, to which la
wns several limes elected, he always at
tracted attention and made n favorable
impression. His sou is not less gifted,
although still a young man.
The Military Fair To-Nlitht.
The sale of tickets for the military fair,
to be given by ihe Light Infantry at the
i'arnicrs' warehouse to-night, lias been
unusually large. The cause for which it
is given is a worthy one nml the boys de
serve atl of the success with which thev
ire meeting. The program will consist
ot tambourine mid dumb-bell drill, sing
ing and gymnastic exercise. Refresh
ments will Is.- served.
No pains have Ih-cii spared to make the
occasion a pleasant one nml those who
are in attendance are sure to Siend an
Tlie proceeds are to lie used in taking
-he member of the coinpanv lo Mich
illoinl lo attend ihe unveiling of the Ut
iiouiiuiei.t. The Light luliintrv is n com
pany in the gallant I-'ourlli mid it i the
purpose ol tins regiment to intend in a
A Motvd Woman Coming-.
The Kpiscopnlians of the city lire to
have a visit from Mr. Twing, of New
rk. This lady, formerly Mis l:mery.
was the first general seeretnry of tlu
Woman's Auxiliary to the Hoard of Mis
sions of the I'rolestnnt Kpiscopnl chinch
if the I nited States, and is the widow of
the well known Ir. Twing so long asso
ciated with the missionary interest o'
Mr. Twing is a woman of gren gifts
old ha had much exierience in charita
ble and church work. She will deliver
a lecture to the Indie of the congrega
tion, mid the public generally lire Krhaps
lo Iw invited to nlteiid. She i es peeled
somewhere about the 2.'ld of thi month.
The Lyceum ll Nlicht.
Capital Punishment" wa the subject
for discussion at the Lyceum last night.
Mr. . Mel. Wlutson wn the principal
sieaker and made a good talk in favor
if it. lie win followed by Ii. I). Carter,
II. Ilardwiclie mid T. J. Ilargan, who
also ipoke in the ntlirinntive, mid T. C.
W'eslnll, I'. P. Cliixton, T.J. Sumner, T.
A. one mid Mr. Jennncrctte, who ex
pressed themselves n opposed to any
such method of punishment.
1 he uliieet announced lor next Wed
nesday night, with Iv. I). Carter ni prin
cipal sK-aker,is: "Should ennures abol
ish all internal revenue on whiskey and
A Contractor Mpeakn.
Ivditor Citinem Since I have returned
from a five day' visit to Knoxville I find
that n false imnrcssion hai uottcn on.
with reuaril to my position on the nine
hnitr itiiivrmi'nt in thia ritv. I hml lu-n
sets ol hands nt work on tlie first day of
May, mid I have since started nnother.
due of the former two wn uniii.imou
for nine hour lor the sntnr rntc per hour
n they hud liern getting, nml the other
et wn unanimous for ten hour lor the
same rate n before, or, in other word
they made no demand on me for more
wage or a shorter day. 1 eranteil the
ri-ipu-st ot the nine Hour set, nml I am lo
pnv for only nine hours' work. I gn vet lu
men who nrr going to continue workinir
ten Hours tne privilege oi working nine
hour lor nine Hours' pay, hut they pre
fered to work ten.
1 could not n fiord on my present work
to reduce the day to nine hour und nay
the same n I wn for ten. 1 granted the
request ol hot Ii set ol nanil because
they demanded nothing but what wn
reiiwinnlile. I nrse are the tnets and any
thing to the contrary is untrue.
I mnke this stntemrnt ol lucts because
I hnve discovered thnt some parties have
snlil Hint I had agreed to nny the same
for the nine hour dny thnt I wns paying
lor ten hours. II there had heen any men
in the gang thnt wnntcd to work nine
wlm were opposed to the chnnue I would
not have grunted It, J. M, Wkstall,
Wl'iir the lurirrst assortment of Hm-
hroltlery, Knittina Bilks nnd fnnrr work
mntcrinls go to Whltlock's, opp, Hnnk of
ilslieville, 40 noutn Minn street.
The Amount of Mall Nailer.
The mutter mailed at the Asheville
posiollicc and street boxes for the last
two days was us follows:
Letters 2.01i7 S-Ml.at
I'ostals an a.o
2d. ad. 4th class matter.. 4.1S .-
, i Jo
If HI 23
2d, 3d, th class matter.. 402
I'lllc-Aini. Mnv m. The fiillniviiiK Is the
rniiKC of It-iuliuK tuturi-s in-day:
Unjust. I. invest. Closing
WllKAT Nl). a.
Corn No. 2.
n.-Mi a ',
lurd nml ril s
-ilnv as hiMiiws:
OKK '( I" i
Miiv f.'.UT l'J.tl" l-.'.WT
June rvjo 1:1 lo Li.iio
t.AMIi- P' IOII
lilv ii.:ui n a.i
1 1 1 1 V ii a ii. -in .i
SlIOKT KlllS l IOII.
Mnv ,140 B.CI7 .1 -to
liini- .i b.-io n.r..-.
I ni v .i .1.1 r n.na
Nkiv Vuhk. Mnv h Cultiin t'utiires to-
tln riuiKi'il us fallows :
lliKUi-sl l.iiu-i-si. ciiismr-,
Mnv 1 1 U.l 1 I Ml 1M-: U
Pun- it n:t 1 1. no ii n-j
Mile 1 1 ti 1 1 no li.ui.
lllliisl u 113 1 1 no I i -..3
Scili'iillur 11.34 11.31 1133
s.1 H4 S4
Sllvt-r Plated Ware.
In canters, spoons, forks and knives,
sH.-cial inducements are living otfeied
now Rogers' tripple plated knives,
St. 7.i ht set. Forks to inatch nt satin
price. Iicsert knives, $1.0(1 x-r set. A
splendid a-sortnieiit of Reed & llartou's
plated ware, ihe iK-st goods made, are
ollcrcd al lowest prices. Crockery, glass
and cutlery, very large stock and always
the I -kvest 'price at Law's, fi7, fit! and
HI Sc'tli Main street.
"Tin- Citizen," coiitniniiiK
a l ull dally rcMirt of the pro
ci-vcliug! ol' the C'eneral Ax-si-inhlv
or the Pi eby tvrinii
chiircii, will be Hcnt postpaid
to any addrctnt during the
eioii tor 30 ccutK.
Ice forHeason iHo,
(In and after Mnv 1st ice will Ik- deliv
ered onlv for cash or tickets. Tickets
mav be obtained at our olfice. No, 3u
Cation avenue, mid will lie strictly cash
Asiikvii.i.k Ick ami Coal Co.
The Mountain Park Hotel, Hot
HprliiKH, M. C.i
Is lirstclass ill everv particular, with
the Is-st table in the South. I 'lire and
abundant water ami (H-rlccl sanitary ar
rangements. 1 he ncciicry is lieautilul, cliuiatc much
iniuier tiian Asiieville, there m-iiig no
harsh winds 11 111 1 no dust toirritntc weak
throats and lungs.
The bailn in marble pools are the fin
est in the world mid the thermal waters
are an unexcelled S.vilie for rheumatism.
gout, sciatica, nervous exhaustion nml
all diseases ol skin und blood.
Ivxcellent physician reside at the ho
tel. Train leave Asheville for Hot Springs
nt ..in a. 111., t..lli ami 7 p. 111.
l-.xcursiou tickets, including one day
hoard at Mountain I'ark hotel. $4.0(1.'
For rate etc., .hires
Adv. W. 0. Iiiolitti.k.
A New Moad to IIHhh.
If you arc wise und wish to hecome
healthy mid wealthy also, you will use
Roller King or Ivli-ctric Liciht llmir: lie-
cause the Asheville Milling Company's
Hour i not only mcissi nut tiieciicaiK-st.
tHiT'Kor the Finest Dry (ioods'mul l.n-
die Furnishing Coods go to Whilioek's.
HI South .Mam strivt.opp. Ilank ol Ashe
(If ".l SKKAI. ISTllkllsT II. KiiImIA:Cii.
Nones Cilv Ilnnk4.
Cakh M. A. Nriilnnil.
I'd 8AI.K i!7a l-nltun Avenue.
Kihihs With Huahii Mrs. T. M. Hnrki-r.
TpoH BALK CllliAl- PnK CA8II.
Two room hntim un one nerr lot. nnr nnd
a quarter miles from court house. Apply tu
niliyWll.il ViJ l-Al iun avhm it,
OOMH WITH IIOAKII.
Threr d 'iilile ruimm niiH nnr Hiniilr rmmi
wltlf linnrd. hit If mitiiirc from North Mutn
.MKH, IIIUMAH M. IMKK UK H,
nmyHtleodHt No. It Stnttim nvrnur.
Hnturdny, Mny Hi. l-rlntr n li'irnl holwlnv.
thf Juitik t.f thifl city will he rlonrd. I iirtic-
hnviiiK pfttrr miiturlnfi on that dny will
pk'AW anticifntr imvntctit.
. 11, tklanii, uniinier.
J. It Kankin, Cnxhicr,
Iaw munch IH'lliam. Canhlcr.
M. A. NEWLAND,
Attorney at Law
MARION, m. c.
Will nrnettcf In the Kllh and 12th ludlrinl
nistrii-ts nf North Carolina anil In the au.
preme Court nnd the Hedernl Court of the
wr.ti rii iiiatrlet or North caroiinn.
A lnlc liurkhoard. In Rood rnndltli n, i
liurnmn. Aililms lluN 4hii,
A-hcvillc, N. C.
OH HUNT OH VOK HA LB.
A new sevcn.room house on lluttrick street
with nimlrrn iniiiruvcments. Terins easy,
niaylillw J. M C AM I-I1KI.I
Farmers and Truckerti
Take Notice t
I hnvc lieddcd 100 Bushels nt HWItKT Pi).
TATolttt. Ily the ISth of May I shall he pre
pared to supply BLIPS In any qunntlty. Call
at the heiU at my nrsldene on heaver linm
rnnil In Kninnth, nr leave orders al (). I,. Mc-
nonaurs urorery slnra, No. 1 7 Houth Main
street. Orders fir nail solicited.
Trice at Iteria. Sue, er loo I'rlet In Ashe
ville, fBc p-r in", Address
mayo ililw mint w frl H. C. I.(IN0,
Prnpoanla for houllnu Two llundnd Thou
sand llrick from llepot to I'ulillc Siiuare,
Contract will he let to lowest lildiler. Anoly
n HRICK I'AVINi) COMPANV,
A house naenlshed nr unnienUheri. hn
Chestnut street, No, I AH, Possession given
mayodlw M KM. WALK U,
ASHEYILLE AND VICINITY.
. A I. SO
aa H. Main St., Aiilievllle.
niir 18 il
CEMENT, LIME AND PLASTER
C. K. MOODY,
iMtiii' Nu. ;(0 Puttun Avenue.
Ti'lepiiotu1 No. 4-o.
Witn lit-uxi" near l-'rellit I'einit,
i have mailt nrraiiKemetitH to ktejt and
shall rtiiim have a tiill utock of the bent brand
IMPORTED ENGLISH AND GEMWAN PORTLAND
LOUISVILLE AND ROSIN DALE CEMENS.
LIME IN BARRELS AND IN BULK.
ROOFING MATERIAL AND OTHER ARTICLES
IN THESE LINES.
My warvhoii-H- U now belli k built ailjolnitiR
raitroud track nml my Htoek partly here and
nrrivhiK. Until uiy own wurehouitc in tin
tailed I nhull oevupy the Wei inter warehouse.
anim ulnir ihenc nrtivlen ean nave uneenrt-
ntzv by lenvinK orders nt olliiT and haviitK
pro-H-rty delivered diteet from warehoue or
by eiUHiiK there fir it
AKTIFICIAI. 5TONK WORK made nuitie
ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
ROOMS, 26 PATTON AVE., 1 Y. M. C. A. ROOMS. I
l)lcn daily, except Sundays, Irum 10 a. ni
until 1 p. nr., and 4 until 0 p.
I nr terms nf suluH-riptliin arc: One yrnr
$:.' ; it uius., 1 nu : 3 num.. $l ; l mo., nocts
daily 2 ets.
llflii-crs rur 1 still l-rrsidrnt, Charles V
WoolM-y; Vlrr-l'n-siilrnt, Thus. A. Jont-s ; Si-i-
nml Tn nsurer, i. !. Wnlsnn: l.llirnrian. Mi.s
K. J llntvh.
Citlicns and visiturs are curillnlly invitid
to In.nret the catitliunir and InserllH- their
nnm. n. mi-mlir InnOdtf
TO ISA KfiliC
Pict team -. v.-I'.ATct
FiirTrlp. pr '." .k Pi-in' ,i
DSTROIT, r.'.AC.Ci AC I -tANl
Plo"!, Mi'ti' : Mi if, anil I.o
Il'ir-H W v I'liip.
DETHOI i AN.)
SW' ' : ..t.., Tui. .l-rthc J-....
Doubl pi:v LI. I- lv en
ChlCnGJ AND T. JjS.i'li. .".iC I.
O'lR ILLU3TRATO PAV?-ll ' 1
ll.IM.nil Ki..iml n TIpK.'. will h-1 .i J
be your Tlhe- Ar- ill. ' I t : . -C.
B. WHITCoMB, O. P. A Uf -
Ootrolt and Cleveland Cicjm (..... Oo.
I. w. u. WILLS.
ASIIHVII.I.II, N. C.
Olliee llurnard llullillng. , o. litis Hi.
I'lani, Hiei-i(1i-utinn, licinlls, ie lure very
clusi ut hulldlnR at .hurt nollec.
ARTISTIC INTERIOR DESIGNS A SPECIALTY.
Cnll and see ns. aprlrtdnm
i;uM MALE UK BXI'HASIIK
POM CITV PHOPKUTV
A nne rnrm or nn acre, in llcniicnmn Cn.
N C.sltren mllea from Asheville, un Ihe
NttftMannurM- nml Asheville rnilrnnd l-n.i.
nmitAnn ratiruaii atniinn nn me rnrm.
mny.1 dlf at nt ail 1'stlun Ave,
A nii-e 7. room llrii-h cotlmrr. nru-lv n,r.
nlhi-il, for Ihe nest 4 or A nionlhs. 1 -onsen
.ion iniineuiiiieiy, Apply
mnyAdtf (mice The Asheville shoe Co
JIM ill IIOAKII.
Lame, sunny rooms with Rood hoard at
MKH. AI.ICH HltVNlll.IlM,
aprilOdtr N Hpruec street.
A NT lit).
An eneritetle ynunu lade, one who writes s
Rood hand, tn clerk nt the Model Hleam
L.autulry, n'so two white Kirs, ahout 10
yen oiu. Appiy at inv Lnunurv,
maylldUt 17 PATTON AVK,
nlnry nr eommlsRlon. Plnr outfit. Pull line
of Plultl and flowers. Prices low. I.ocnl
ean mane irom sn to wjn per week.
A I) PHATT, Nurseryman,
mayd daw tn th sat Moehister, N. V
gALK UH VALtlAIILUITOWN PKOPKHTV
Ily virtue of (lie authority Invested In m
aa trustee, under a eertnln deed of trust ese.
euted hy Delia Htroup, M. Kllialieth Mtroup
ami I'rnnies u. i-reck and her huslinm
Charles W. Hreck, to secure a certain delit
imyalile to Klla M Jersey (the said delit lie.
Inn nnw due and wlmllv unoaitll. I win
sell pulillc auction for rash st the court
houst door in the city of Asheville at
1 2 noon on the first Monday In June
tii,k I, wnnin niiuse ann
lot In Ihe city of Asheville. to-wll : the
lot known as Niimlsrr of Mclioivell's ad-
onion to me cur or Asiieville! for a more
inriicuinr oesenpuon oi wnicn reierenee Is
icri-ov mnoe tn tne reenros or anr u..m
ile.dnnd trusts, Hook No. 14, mice 1A2, In
tne Hrnister-s nun or Hnncomi e county,
wmviv hiii ucvu oi hum ia n aTiatcrcii.
WII.L.IAM U, ilKIIKPH,
nprUWlJuna thu Trustee,
FOR SALE -
At s linrgnln, 4 or 6 Milk Cows. Apply lie-
tween 2 Ind II o'clock at
tun Chestnut Street.
Kralnlered Jersey Dull lor aervlct. Price
13.00, Rasrantecd. mays dtf
ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1890.
TKRMS STRICTLY CASH WITH ORDER
In iiiiiutitii-s not less thiiu one ton nt factory
In ii.uulitl'- not Una Hum one half ton ut factory..
41011 pouuils, tin tickets, to iioiiiiils each
700 ' I'M " '.'5 " "
7A0 " lo " ."i" " "
11)00 " 10 " 1 110 " "
No lee will he delivered without cash or tickets,
Asiieville lee V
Telephone Nu. 36 Hiitl 40.
Ja 1X1CO COAL AT RETAIL.
For Urate, 9s.oo.ll For Stove-, (M50.
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
I'Yir Halt at Wlmli-MtU- nnd He till I bv
ASli.VILL. ICli AND COAL COMPANY,
Telephone 36 and 40.
Hxclusivc Amcuis iliouicHtic nml Stcnni I lor Western North Cnrolinu.
LliWIS MAIlDl'X. I'ns
L. P. Mcl.olll), Vice Pres.
Iiikkctoks:- Lewis Muililui, M.I. ttriirilrn,
8. 11. Keeil, lieu. 8. Powell, C. M McLoud,
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK,
OiKuniicd May 1st, 1.-H8.
C A P I TA L, 850,000. SURPLUS, 81 5,000
Hues a Ocncrul linukiuu lluaiucss. neposits received. lischanRe bouxht and sold. Col
lections iiiiulr on ull accessible points. The SiivIiir I'cntiirc will receive sieclal attention.
On nil sums in this department, deposited lor four months or Innirer, interest at the rate
of 4 is-r cent. H-r annum will he p.-iiil.
Srk-elal itttcntion nlvcn to limns on real estate, which will lie placid for long time on nal
Ojien irom ti u in. to s p. in on Mntiinluva the Suvlnu lit) nrtment will he open till p.m.
Only 8 UlilcH Irom Attlieville on tlie A. & S. Railroad and
The urciitcst nunilier nnd viirlrty of mini nil sprintcs to lie found in the South.
48 Springs on Lest Than 40 Aerett,
ChulylK-nlr. iron, sulphur, cp.om. alum, ami miiumsiii. Srvernl verv line comsinntiiin.
l Inn nre used In euriiii: iniliucstion, liver und kidney tn.ul.lc, chronic ilviieulrry. ckronicdvs-K-isin
iiuil chr.iui.- lek liemlnehi . i im ,-rmK nivntly iIi-vcIok-iI Is ihe Krentcst tonic wnicr
ever I1.11111I Many are Iiu.viiik lots to Imilil remirt ...ttaues near the S, nnt- Lots nresolil
lit noiuinul pri es to mlvi rli.i th- pliut- an. I the iiiine.nl wult-r. Il .iinl can he had ut
Sio tu 930 Per .Month, or $1 Per Day.
References, tctiinoniuli. elc, can In- hud liv writini: to the owner; or lietter yet, iinvoii.
Int. n-. tl is invited lo conic und try the witter l.nul improvements will lie made nct
Tumi Iftve Aiht-vlllt nt .". .1 m. nnd it
rur ittrtiitr tuiurnuitiwii wnu- ti
ONIC OF THK
Family IIotelH in
HeHt Family IIotelH in the South.
SERVICE AND TABLE FIHST-CLASS.
Five niinuti's' walk fi-0111 Court House. Street ems piisr".
tlieiloor every ten iniuuteH.
l-'ot terms address
II. J. GRICICNWKLL, Proprietor.
AMhevlHe, N. C.
Manutaciurcrs nnd tkulers la all kinds ol Ih-eued
Door, NhhIi, RIlndH, MouIdlngM, Ntalrwork, Mantels), Rauk
and liar Fixture, and all kinds) of Building material.
Hard Wood Lumber
nor 14. illy Tvlrphone
W. p. Wahimu-kn, Pn-sident.
W. Ii Clitiiia., Yicc-l-rtmdcnt.
BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION.
Home Ofllcet KNOXVII.I.K, TINN.
Authorized Capital, - - 825,(K)0,(XK
LOCAL IIOAKII AT ASIIli" ILLIi:
H. li. Moi-is. Prri..-ent.
C. C. McCastv, Vlee-l'nsliUut.
MANAGED SOLELY BY ODD FELLOWS, BUT MEMBERSHIP OPEN TO ALL
Him. n Rcneral business Lend, full (sit value of slock at sis ier CI premium u.vnl.li-
monlhly. I..U.S 111 n 1 lily pnynirnl sloek. nnd hilly .a p slmk oa whlh a .
Iv'o! n .''"'.'i ""' ,m; I'""'"'" '- '' ' nrs. l,lo.it. may lie w"ih" rawn wUh
irom n li.l J percent per cnr sum nnlied. All K-euritli. drMi,llel with three National
Hunks ns Trunin.. I'or lurlhvr piirinulnrs call on ' m national
N. T. HOWARD, Htale Ag;ent.
dtmnytU lutlix- for a ft-w iluv. at Taylor, lloui. ft llrutherton'a, No. 411 Patlun Ave.
Dealer In "Wall Paper, Window
Paints, oils and Varnishes.
Maaury's Ml led
Wc keep In stock St. Loul.aad Kentucky Lead,
917 linywood Street.
All WATI'K TIIOROl ;ilLV
Tweniy nve years of practical e apcrlrnce, eomhlned with rsssosst, alleiitlon to all do.
tall, of the business and erfiet srrnnurinents
manufactured, enalilc the proprietor In present
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphons.
Olnitrr Ale and all the various flsvors of MOliA WATUR ready for shipment and delivered
free In Clly llmlls. tint of town nrdrnrTmuat
THK f.KADIMU '
WINK AND LIQUOR STORK
IN THU STATIC
FINE SAMPLE AND UIL.LIARD ROOM.
j. a. -a-o, amot. -,-r. N0, 43 S. MAIN ST., ASHEVILLE, N. C
4ie. icr hundred,
4rie. '- '-
Tickets now on sale nt the ollicc of the
No. 30 Pattou Avenue,
I. B. KANKIN, Cashlsr.
M.J. Prrk.J. B. Kankin. J. B. Rav. I. B. Reed
. 7 p. in. lure 2ft cents.
OTIS A. MILLEK,
Skyland P. O., N. C.
Near Passenger Depot.
W. M. AsilMokR, Mecretiiry.
Alks. ALi.isoa, Treasurer.
Tiiko. V. Ts.nki.i.. Hee. Ut Trens.
I'. A. CI'MUlNiis, Atioruey.
Htaadeaand Patent Hann-erw,
Patau and Colors
Window (ll.ua, botk
FILTliRKU oil the Preiulaea.
for clranmnsss and ruklTV of all Roods
lo his muneros. patron, a superior rtaw of
hav. .asrosiisi.s nllimn,
C. H. CAMPBK1X.