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ASIIEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: F1UDAY EVENING, MAY 0, 1890.
THE DAILY CITIZEN. f
II. D. CHILD, Kusincss Manager.
Tim Daily Citizkn will he piihl.fthrr. every
alternuon (eicrpt Suudu) ttt the tullwvving I
rates atnetly custt:
One Year frt.00
Si Month 3.00
Three M on Ilia t.flO
One Month BO
Une Week I a
Our enrriem will deliver the miner everv
afternoon in every part of the city toournuli
eriliem, ami purtiett wautlug it will pica?
can m me iitizkn tiince.
Auvkktikino Ratks Kennonuble, nndmalc
known on nppUcutinn at thin ouu-e. All
trunMient auvvrtnivmenU must be paid tn advance.
The Citizkn In the moat rxtcnulvvly ctrcu-
in t til urn! widely read newspaper m nentcru
IT PROVES TO BE ALL THAT
THREE HUNDRED PEOPLE ENJOY
ltd illacutialon or nubile men anil measures
in in the inu-rt'Ht of public ilitcurtty, honest
unvcniiiient, and prosicrous industry, nml it
kiiuwh no pcrauuul ulli'Kiuncciu trvutin: pub
riccimen copies of any edition will be sent
f.'ce to uny one aemliiiK Incir address.
Kcadinjc notieeit leu cents s-r line. Obitu
ary, murriuuc nnil socictv notices riltv cents
each tnotcucc.liim ten lines or til'ty ccnls 'J o'clock until 11. Ill) the liif; room livlil
Tin- Miiiuliliell Drill Well Receiv
ed -Horizontal lluraiid an H
lilbltlou Drill Follow.
The Aslicville Liht Infantry scored n
most llnlterinn success with their fair at
the Fnrincrs' warehouse last niht. From
FRIDAY, MAY '. lWO.
THK IUII.V CITIZICN
In on sale at tile lollowinu. places in Aslicville:
HATTUKV I'AKK NKYVS STANII.
tll.KN KUCK NliWS Sl'.VXH.
Ml) lilil. CIliAK SI'tlKli. I'utton Ave.
J. CAKSO.VS ,i;S M'OKli, .North Court
PERTINENT AND PERSONAL.
New About AhIivvIIIIuiih and ol
MtrattuerH Wltliln Our tiulcti.
Jan. llaker is here to-ilav from Hush-mil.
Si ill in Block, of Cincinnati, is al till
T. A. Ki'Jilin represents Iialtnnoie al
THE TWIN CITY'S BOOM.
A One Hundred ThouHaud Dollar
Hotel to be Krected.
Mr. E. L. Ilawkes, of Winston-Salem
N.C., vice-president and general manager
of the Winston and Salem Street Rail
road and Hlcctric Light and Motive
Tower company, is at the Battery Tark
hotel, Mr. Ilawkes lias been devoting
himself for the past year to Hecnring
transportation and lighting for the Twin
City. The company which he represents
has secured the valuable franchise of the
citv for thirty year for street railways,
electric light anil gag. They have laid
already four miles of the olinson-(iriily
rail at a cost of $0,000 per mile, the most
improved rail known for street railways.
It is proposed to double this at an early
date. The system adopted isthcSprague,
secured through the effort of Capt. J. H.
Barnard, of this place, itml the plant is
the moat complete in the South, if not in
the country. The city is lighted by ninety
arc lights and 1,500 incandescent lights
tor private houses, the system used licing
the I'nited Ivdisou, the one soon to be
adopted by the company here.
Mr. Ilawkes is also interested in the
West Km! Land and Hotel company, of
Vt iiiston-Salem, a company lately organ
ized for purposes indicated by its name.
This company have purchased 200 acres
in the most desirable position of Winston
for $10,000, nnd have capitalized at
:ii 10 people who had come to enjoy the
event. The walls were tastily decorated
with green and branches of (lowering
trees, and in the rear stood the new cart
ol the Rescue Ilookand Ladder company.
A bank of dogwood blossoms partially
hid it from view. Tables were standing
in the center of the hall and ns many
young ladies were by to receive the or
ders of the guests. A stand bad liccn
erected at the southern side where those
who did not care to lie seated could he
served, and llower girls with their trays
of biiiunuuires moved in and out of the
crowd supplying those who wished
At .Villi the lirst call was sounded at $:i(Hl,000, of which $160,000 is already
the armory, and when a few minutes taken by the bankers, largest manufae
I II Vnr.lockis it the Itattcrv Park '"ur '"e eoniiiiand to tail in was given turers and most substantial men of the
from Charleston ""lr !ilU"' U"'n "l"""1"1 line! under section. Such names as W. A. Whitnker,
me einnmaiui ol captain .Merrick K. J. Reynolds, T. L. Vaughn & Co
marched tn the warehouse. Hefure they Brown Bros., I'. II. Hnues & Co.. I. C.
had readied it a larue number of guests I Buxton. S. W. Imninon
i .4 : t....! I . I .
... ... iiiiioi.oi 1irgu....,o..l..ioS....iiio were already present. The guns were are sufficient miarnntee of the ancrmtso.
at tl.C Swailllanoa. stacked 111 the west end of tin? hull mill oi'the .clii-tiie Al, tin mui I.... I
J. I-.dward Martin is al the Batten I the enminaiul to break ranks formally taken in New York bv F. J. Spnigue, lid
iipencil what proved to lie one ol Hie w ard J. Johnson and others.
most pleasant entertainments that has Twenty-five acres are reserved for n
taken place this year. $100,000 hotel to be erected at once, and
A half hour alter the company hail the balance is to be divided into 700 lots
reached the hall the majority of the au- variously valued at $400 to $.100 each,
ilienec were there. It was a good na- Keal estate in W inston-Salcm is steadily
tiirctl, happy crowd who had come to I advaucing.and witha population already
please and to lie pleased, anil the success of 13,000 it should soon hold a promt
with which their intentions met was not nent place among the cities of the Slate
one ol the least ol the taclors which and of the South.
I'ark from New York
Regular weekly meeting of the Board
of Aldermen to-night.
J. II. Lyons, of Kichmoml, is registered
at the Battery I'ark.
I. R. Thomas, of Wliitticr, X. C, is fit
the (iraud Central to-day.
There were ninety-three arrivals at tin
principal holds yesterday.
I". W. Schwumh represents Cliai lesion
W. Va., at the Battery I'ark.
The military fair will be repeated ill
Fanners' warehouse to-night.
W. T. Poles and M. M. Bright are at
the Swaunanoa from New York.
Mr. and Mrs. . C. Fuller and lamily
of .New York, have taken rooms at tin
The (tratid l'ivision of the Sonsol Tent
Iterance will hold a session in Asliciilli
Ik'ginning on the loth iust.
W. F. Tompkins and N. Coward, o:
Webster, are in I lie city. 1 Itey are rig
istered at the (tram! Central.
I't. I'. Iiigersnll nud wile are enjoying
the hospitality ol the Battery Park.
They are from Roanoke, Va.
All ladies and gentlemen lire invited to
attend the Bible class at the Y. M. C. A
rooms to-morrow tit I p. in.
The nietnlreis ol Hull's cornel band
have voted to admit two female mem
bcrs. Tliev are l he Misses Liudscy.
made the evening so enjoyable.
At li.Itn the dumb-lull drill corps of the
graded schools gave an exhibition ol
their proficiency in handling the wooden
Mis. For an audience the lads had
nearly every person ill the rink and the
military exactness with which they did
their part called forth rounds of a-
plause. The names of the bovs who par
ticipated are William Williams, I lerberl
Millard, ollic W'olle, F.dward Pukes.
l.owrie Stockton, Yadim Icmens, Wil
liam Morrow. Clinton Cortland, Cam
IVatlicrstoii, Mark Brown, William
lohustoii, Harry Redwood and Kolicrl
frov. Misses fiow. ill and Schartle olli-
ciated at the piano
Just utter the Inst movement had been
executed and the bovs hail started to
withdraw Hull's cornet band enured the
hall by two's and wearing their new
uniforms. They did not bring their in
struments. The next number, and one
that was iiiite as well received, was an
exhibition of hori.oiilal bar exercises bv
C. F. Ray, lirnest Mullcr, Tracy Belote,
The C'hrlHtlan Onnerver DevoleH
Five Columns) to the City.
The Christian Observer, the organ of
the Presbyterian church, South, which is
published at Louisville, Ky., devotes live
columns of its issue ol Mnv 7 to a de
scription of Asheville. Sin two-column
cuts are included. They arc those ol
South Mam street. Mount Mitchell
Swaunanoa river, French Broad river
from Richmond Hill, French Broad river
A ood 'Week's Work.
Judge Moore and Solicitor Carter did
some good work at the last term of tl
criminal court. There were l!7 cases on
the docket, nnd during the six days that
the court was in session K'7 of the
were disposed of. This is the biggest
week's work that has Iveen done on the
criminal docket for years.
Markeli bv Wire
ClIlCAito, Mnv (l. The follnwInK Is the
raiiKC ol leuiluiK ttitttrrt) to-tlay :
lluihcNt. l.uwi'st. ClosiMii
W II BAT NO.
Auttimt Hi Ul l
Comx No. 11
Oat No. J.
CniCAiio, Mny 9 I'ork, lurd nnil ril
rttntft-a tikilnv lit folloU'll:
IliUltest. Lowest. Closinft
Mm .'okk-V I" "
Muv la.iMI 12 110 IS I"
June la in la.on IS.o.l
LAUD ttt lllll.
lune 0 :I7 (I.HS II aoli
July Il.S 0.4H (1.4011
Hiiiibt kins f mo.
Mny ft.aa B.aa B.:ti'
June ft a n a- n :t-
luiv n.n.1 n.7 n 4
NHW Vokk. Mny (l. Co((on fu(ure (o-
aay raniceii nit ioiiowh:
HiKliest. Lowest. ClusiliK
Mv 1 1 mi 1 1 u.-i : t
'in i '. ml 11.11:1 11. (in
lu.v ll.im 11.H7 ll.n
August 1 1 H7 11 na 1 1 u.i
September ll.:iH 11. Uu ll.7
tin I i H4 M
Mllver Plaled Ware.
In canters, spoons, forks and kuive
siHvial indiieements are U'iug olfered
now. Rogers' tripple plated kniv
$1.73 ier set. Forks to nintcli at same
price. Insert knives, 81 (ill ikt set.
spleniliil assortment of Reed ci Barton
plated ware, the best goods made, arc
ollcrcil at lowest pni-es. t rockcrv, gin
anil eutlerv, very larue stock ami alwav
the lilivcst prices at Law's, 57, ".U and
Gl Sotuli Mam street.
"The Citizen," voutaiiiluir
a full dailv -cport or the pro
feeding) of the (ieneral Am
Ncnihly of the Prcwbytcrla
cliiircli, will le ncnt poHtpaid
to any addrcHH durlny; the
HexNicn Torso centH.
Ice for HeuMon tHyn.
On anil after Mnv 1st ice will be deli
end only for cash or tickets. Ticke
may lie obtained at our otluv. No. ;ii
I'atlou avenue, and will Ik- strictly cash.
Asiikvii.i.k kl! ami Coai. Co.
i. noon. ..i.iiii ui me nets wuuiii niivv . . , , ,. V .. 1 , II. K. Al .No .( will kimlli in flu W t,.-
, , . , , who cannot hear the cold of Kentucky. M'. .i. win kiiioii ai ini ig
done credit to professionals, and the an- lH-cause it is associated with humidity, wnm on tins mil sleep ol ihe lower
lieiicc constantly attested to theirapprc- litids himself benefitted by the greater Moonnt ,lw' Nl """.'""th bmilli.
ciatioti of the fact. At itsconeltision Mr. cold of the northwest, or of Colorado, rS';'flfwl,,,
Belote did some clever work as a contor- M,1,i'h lr'-. ,,nt the !,ir of, !" "L,,nl Records,
tionist which wis a most rnlertaiiiinL. " " Jit"'1"1 A New Road to IIIIhh.
. ... .' . , I . ! " , n'1.. ' "Ur,t""""! fr its dryness. It ,s. thtrriore. csiially ,f vou wiw nml .:, lo ,Kmlr
icjiiioi-, iiuii .nr. vooiev sii.'iiiereti cverv I mv
I character of winter weather in nnv Ii'kiiI-
itv, as usually experienced, is not due li
Mr. S. V. Pickens, one of Henderson- Lawrence Cooley, James Baird and Guv the coldness, "but to the dampness, of the
villc s most enterprising business men.
Sienl last night here ami returned home
Tom Harris, who was imprisoned as
witness m the case against Leah Fore
man, has men iiismissen iroin jail ny or
der of Solicitor Carter.
Deputy ShcrilT F. M. Jones and C. S.
Ferguson have returned from Raleigh,
having turned their prisoners over to the
Mr. Will Aiken, tor some lime a com
positor on Tin; CiTizi;., left this morn
i tg for Knoxville, where be has accepted
a position on the Journal.
The Mayor's court had but two eases
this morning Robert Carter was ac
cused ol fighting and Luhi Baity with a
breach of the peace. Bolh were lined $."i.
M. J. O'Brien, general manager of the I night's entertainment so much of a sue-1 for the erection of a mist oll'ic und court
Southern I. x press company, unci l.W.
lA'itrv, his private secretary, arc regis
tered at the Batterv Park from .New
The date for the appearanceol' the New
York Comedy company at the 0icra
Hall has liccn changed from May o to
May 13, 10 and 17. The company plays
at popular prices.
To-morrow, the tenth of May, is a le
gal holiday for the hanks, and all tin
banks in the city will bcclosed. The pos
tal regulations, however, do not provide
for the closing ol the postoltiec ami it will
Mr. F. X'. Waddell has returned from
The Mountain Park Hotel,
NprlniiN, N. C,
Is Itrstclass in everv particular, wil
tne Inst tntiic in tne Nmtli. I'uiv am
abundant water and pcrlcct sanitary ar
The scenery is beautiful, climate nine
milder than Aslicville. there bcini!
h.'irsli winds anil nodust toirritate wen
lielow Aslicville and the new government I throats and lungs.
buildim?. I The baths in marble pools are the I'm
Tl. ,-,o. -, .....n.. ...i .....i I est in me worm nnil tlic llieinial waters
I . , , , i hiv uu iini Aiinii Dinvlliv I ll u lllttlinill
uoi iieip out tcave a gooti impression on ,. sciatU-n. nervous rtliaustion and
everyone who sees the nailer. The de-lall diseases ol skin mid blood
scriptivc matter is of a nature in tended Excellent physicians reside at the In
... iu...r.. . i.. tei.
... .a..,,, , o,,, . -p. i .....,, t..- If ... u.
. I i in, ,,f tv.i.v nnui-tiiiv lor lliil Olirinu:
The account 8K-aks highly of the geo- at 7.:i( n. m.. .M and 7 n. m
graphical location of Asheville, nnd of the I Excursion tickets, including one day'i
climate it sieaks as follows: 'Hmrn nl Alouutam Turk Hotel. $4.,iO.
I. .....n t, r... .!. I l or rates etc.. emiress
.b .1 ..vo n,,, m, tttvi llllll llll- irvillg I iily
. 0. Dlllll.lTTI.K.
Alleutlon, Red Men.
The council live of Junaliiska trils-
igoraiing. iiii, nml u-ftltl,. .,... u.al ......
uu c in me imuse as ne pueo cuair upon i in asiicviiic itsen u says: I Kollcr King or -.Uvtrie Light flour; lie
.'hair and bottle iition bottle and finally I Although the first setilrinrnt of i hi. cause the Asheville .Milium Comimnv'i
stood boldly upon the pyramid. place dates as lar back as IMJI.'I, when it I "our ' uotonlv tlielKsHiul lliechcamsl
An exhibition drill which was well ex- "V ' ilZTZS' i,' y" , r ? "lt I'alnl I
ecmed, followed anil coiieludcd that part I bote, nestled numv in iim,,i,.,i r,in h...' I The Averill Paint is thebest. Outwear
H tlic liroitram. 1 lie uuestsnua in tiirnei Kvi n as late as the vrnr IMX'J i brn H, """"'" ite""iui uuu noiiiiiiiua
. . . . I A- - I !. . ... .1 (nlllml IIBT : VOlir tltlfirimtiwl Umn
their attention to the table and social "l rnuroaii rcncncti tms place, it had r,;"" , -
conversation and at 1 1 o'clock they I- 7.. 'f ""5 . ' FlTZI'ATKtCK Bros.
gan to depart. At ll.Ito the last had with hotels, water works, ice fiiei.iri.
so.iiioio me eo ,,v nu.riieti to uie i.iei ugiu. electric street railways, WTIt is the season lo ura.le. .....I
I lelriilttinf. nntl trnti Nil f l,.., . l.n ...o i . . . . . - '
" . ': jV ,r . .... """ "v" I seen flown lawns anil trout yards. Anv
. , . . .. ... i enieruen irom its navs oi viiim. n.t,r i -i. .. .. -
i ue noys cannot ne complimented too I ., xh ,, l. " ' " . I one wisiung sucu wors iiotienppiy to
highly for their ellorts in making last propriated a hundred thousand dollar
house building there.
The whole is a very pleasant deserip- broidery. Knitting Silks mid fancy wo
un of the city and its surroundings. "",1tc!!', K" Wl"tk's, hpp. Bank
Two HIIIh I'ound by Ibe Urand
IT WAS NOT COMPULSORY.
The grand jury have returned ninety
bills during the present term of the fed-
II. M. I'AHKKK
Lnndscnic ('iiirdcncr, P. O. Box 20(1,
WFor the largest assortment of Em-
Asheville, 4(1 Ninth Main street.
WrPorthe Finest Dry ('moils and La.
dies Furnishing CimiiIs go to Whiliock's.
40 South Main stn-et.opp. Bunk of Ashe-
A Knoxville Carpenter'a Uround
Mr t f C-.t,.ll !.. 1.... . ,1
er.,1 eonrt. Among them ,s onc chnrginK from tri t KnoItvilei w,lie lht 1
uiiiiaiuiiiui i nomas Miles, ot Alitcltell U. . fn,! .:,i, , lri..,ll.........i .....
,. . f I I " , ' T , . -- " - -" II Ml lV i u, VYOlf,- I - - . m ,,n , I
- tin ui nL.men. nlHut thr n mrlm.,1.1 ll....
lions of two witnesses are uivrn in lh o.. ... . . KOIRTH BAK.
indictment. Wil W-l .1.- "' lon Of the T.lTKK'. H.,.K.rt .H.ub.e.my
. . . asiicviiic t.aricntcr i I nion was broach. '
Hiring tne spring ol l.ssu tlic two came .i m. n ,j , ,. . IHUHTHU s hai.U
... . . ..... ..... hiiuiiriiiiiu rum vnoi i
to his house and nsked for breakfast.
was said, that the head officials of the! ,PJt hsvlnit liren mil In (he pnymrnu
William Clawson sworetlmt one of the f t,jg (cmHt,,
begin May 1st,
mand an eight hour day and better dbv. cu"n,,"t i"''se.i whuh rtwl in mm is
. . " , ' . . V 7 reeonlnl on pinir. 4VJ el. sen,, of Honk .1 of
When Kiev I..II Ibel. h.l..,1 I,!. ' " " "" " "'
-J -t.n tn u 1 1 nriuiiiiiiii's iTnimt r Um. a is.. i - 'i .un ti . . . . . .
. : r-';;r .' whidi ty discovered ,lm, nri,ered ,1., h,.,h . ::z s'm, ,.,. ..h.
ADIIIgllon, ill., wuere lie purcnnscii two ,o I leeoiint erfeil u- itrca unooiirii niruruinx tn law, nn
horses for the city to be used by the hose
company. The horses have come, anil
r,t,i. irnn irrnvs. well mittplliiil. Tbm- ,
" ' 1 l"lynK ne onereii in part payment a
we.gll l.liopou.K.seacu.iint.cosini.iio colt,lcrfcit ickcli ,,, of tc wjt
m AUiiigtioii. nmti hutl the coin in their possession.
The street railwny compnny objectctl To-day the court took up the criminal
yesterday to the digging of dirt Irom docket again and a number of prisoners
under the ends ol their crossties on South were found guilty and sentenced, Two
Main street by the paving workmen, women were among them. They were
Superintendent .McDonald had his men Virn Heed and EhmtlfCth Case, charged
to place props untlcr the ends of the tics with retailing, nntl were each sentenced
Uinl tWlt tt ftlm I VI lirl iln,i IIaw..-.! lU. ..sSl. it,, li .
,m"'C" :,WC ,m" " ''.'r'" "ml tlmt in ''i'l-erent union, were to order . .trik. to M SSSZ ZZX,
The workingmen In I'"'"' i 1 . "r".",.i;tt,Jllc "yi'T ,h,'
Knoxville said that thev hnd heard (lint I C . tit the hlutim bitlilir for rh ,.n h. ,,'nk
li. A.L.uilU ..nln l.j ..r i I ni June, ihimi, (lie prrmlani UrtH tl netl In
the Asheville union hnd not complied I ..m .in-.i m tm.t, yd: Heinnnimi m n point
with tliia firtlrr Anrl tbnf th.lv xh..,.. I on nlli on the tsst able nf lliillev irr..
, , . . . ' , " , . "' snlil ltlnt lielnrj the soulhwesl eiirner of ihe
wuuiii lie iimcii away iruni tnem uy tne iwnen uy tne rnorintm Methtnllst
nntinniil nffli-inl. church ; ihenct south an hnlf ilriirer writ,
national omcia is. lone hunrfmi mrf hiihii rt n.i .......
The statement was curried to Mr. W. !";'"'", V." "i?.1 ""!" cimerofs
B. Clayton, secretary ol the Asheville I then with id innn' line nnrih 7n en.t. one
union, nnd lie w.s n.l,,dif .ll.w.,.l.,:,.- "i1.1. n!r-' " ' mehe.
to one mouth', bioiri.onmrnr nml in ..,. . " .-...., , u, niitifie's southweal eiirner; (hener north
to one month s imprisonment and to puy kncw nnvthinjl Bbout lucb , or,cr f hIi . epree ..(. eisht.iKht reet ami .
., ..... ...... I tnrnr.. wnn nisnie-s line to aimtneaiit eiirner
to support the weight of the cars.
In fine of $100 and costs. The other tie- ih ' a ... . .IV " JTSS ! Wl!!!
IciKlnntr- round irui tv. acven in n urn Ikt. . I hum mi nml fthlrtv.Hct anrf ! inrhr. in k.
... . i ' 'i iiiiisil r'nnnniirniiv. it ...... r. . .
Captain T. W. 1'atton .his wen np- reived sentence, of from three to six ..T, " . . S" l S..7 a itaS;. .ti. 1.1.""-'!!
south H7" wea(, one
,intcd by Governor Fowle to be a dele- mm each and with a fine of $100 and ,n,i fnr .hor,,r hoi. Vn
Bate to the 1 7th national conference of , cnch CHK. d' r.
some places I huuar In rear.
bum anil In (owl order, anil has a arrvani's
charities and corrections which meets in I
Baltimore from May 14 to 20. The olli- Katate Trnnarcm.
cinl document bearing the great teal of C. M. McLoud, trustee, to L.
the State was received yesterday. The , ' "en," yll:y street...$
appointment is certainly a deserve, one
No man in North Carolina takes more of j. p. (ravcn nnd wife to McBnr-
an interest in matters crininnig to tins kcr, lot on b'nrncs avenue
great cause than Captain Pntton. North J- !,"!;n;" '"J- B- """I'c ."
Carolina will be ably represented
IIAItlll.ll iHlltlll IHlAV
the demand was for eight hours, and in
, .!,.. .... .!.r,..i M.1.U .1.. ti. 1
"""' ' "" " I -, ,, runs Vf.U .
movement was not at all compulsory. F
u,n. pnmnelUH .0 mL- . 7mn.ronm.. " on sere lot.
s itinrter miles from court hunt. Apply to
maymiat 8711 I'ATTIIN A VBNt'B.
The first woman physician to be recog-
nired in Virginia is Mrs. l. L. I-laynes,
who has recently liccn elected assistant
at the Western Lunatic Asylum, after I
passing a very successful examination be
fore the State Medical Hoard.
I). I), Suttle, 70 acres on lieu-
W, li. Burnett and wife to J. B.
Hostic and D. D. Suttle, 45
acres on Benvcrdam road
A. Rankin, trustee, C. M. Mc
Loud and others to the First
National Bank of Asheville, lot
and building between the First
Nutionnl band and McLoud
nnd no union wot compelled to make
any demands unless it so desired. It
was left entirely to the discretion of the TV otic it.
local union, vreaia not nave any order Saltird.y, May lO.brln. Irani hollrtav.
to strike, and tuere is no dnnirer whni-1 (he bank, ml im. eii iii 1 rio.i 0..11..
ever that the charter of the Asheville I "" i'"!' maturina on that day will
, 1111., n Ul 1 1 1 1 I.L.H t, I I .1 , .......
ASHEVILLE AND VICINITY.
SKETCHES IN OIL AND WATER COLORS
J. S. Slain (it., Atthcvllle.
upr IN d
CEMENT, LIME AND PLASTER
C. i:. 9IOODY,
nilice No. ao Pntton Avenue.
Telephone No. 4o.
Warehouse nrnr I'rriKlit I'cutit.
I have itiiiile urrtiiiKi'iiH-nlH to keep uinl
shall soon have 11 lull stock ul tile best liruiuU
IMPORTED ENGLISH AND GERMAN PORTLAND
LOUISVILLE AND ROS'NOALE CEMENIS.
LIME IN BARRELS AND IN BULK.
ROOFING MATERIAL AND OTHER ARTICLES
IN THESE LINES.
My warehouse . now hilim I111II1 iiil.iiibunK
railroad truck nnil my slock partly here nml
nrrivinK. I'ulil my own irnn-houir is tin
lulled I .hull occupy the Webster wiinhouiu-
ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1890.
TERMS STRICTLY CASH WITH ORDER
In quantities not less thnn one ton at factory Art. .
In iiiiiiititii H unt less limn one hull' ton at I'uctury TV?' lf,r hundred.
tloti pouiiils, mi liekets, 10 pounds each l' '
Too i!N an ;, K00
7r,o " in " no ' S'"
iiitio in " ion " 11 '."!!'.!'.!""" jjJJJJ
No ice will be delivered without ei'sli or tickets. Tickets now on sale at the office uf the
Asheville Ice & Coal Company,
Telephone No. 36 and 40. No. 30 Patton Avenue.
JbLLICO COAL, AT RETAIL,.
For (irate, . . 4I5.00.II For HtoveH, ... 4.50.
1JEST AN TJ 1HAC1TE COAL
I'or sale at WIioIihuIc nnd Hctuil by
ASHEVILLE ICE AND COAL COMPANY,
Telephone 36 and 40.
liichmivc Aueiits ilioinestic and stenml lor Western North Carolina.
l.liWIS MAimrx. I'n.
L. P. McLOL'l), Vice-Pres.
. B. RANKIN, Ca.hi.r
Lewi. Mnililui, M.J.
8. II. Kecd. lleo. . I'i
.I'!f,,.,'n $1 ?K' J- B- RanWn.J. B. Ray. J. U. Reed
well, C. M. McLoud.
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK,
UrKamted Mat lat, 1S88.
CAPITAL, 50,000. SURPLUS,S15,00O
(state, County and City lUepotiltory.
Poes a General llunkinv llii.lne... Iieposits received. BiehanK bounht and sold. Cot..
Iretiuns niiidr on all accessible points. The Snvlnn Feature will receive Strelal attention.
Onull sums in this department, deposited (or fuur months or longer, Interest at th rut
of 4 per cent, per annum will he paid.
Siccial attention kivcii to loans on real esuite, which will Ik placed for lonu time on real
Open Irom 0 a. m. to a p. m. On rlaturdnya the Suvlnu llepartment will be open till n p.m.
I'nrtits u.inif these article, can suvr imeenrt- Only 8 Allies) trotu Atihevllle on the A. & H. Railroad and
The tin litem munlicr and variety of mineral sprinua to lie found in the South.
48 Spring on Lcnn Than 40 Acre,
I'linlvlMiile. Iron, aulphur, epnoni. nltiin, nnd tnuKncsln. Severn! very fine combination.,
that lire used In curiiiK inilli:etion. liver uinl ki.lni v trouble, chronic dysentery, cliroiile.lv.-K-pitiii
ami chronic sick hi-mlaelie. i ine ai.riim nventlv ilev.loM-il i the Krcatest (unie wnter
ever I011111I. Miiii v lire bu viiiK lots lo build riK.irt coKukcs near the SpriiiKS. Lots are .old
nt nuiliiinil pri.ea to nilv.rli.. the pTai-e nml the mineral water. Ilonrd can lie hnd at
$ao to jo Per Month, or $1 Per Day.
Kifereni-rs, (ciKlmiiniiils. etc.. can be hnd by wrilinir to the owner: or Itetter yet. nnvtin
l.K. nati d ia invited lo conic nnd try the wilier, limn iinprovi-menta will be made nest
Trains leave Asheville nl ti n.-, it. in. ami n turn nt 7 p. in lure 'lifl rents.
For further inlurmniioii writ to
OTIS A. MILLER,
Hkylaud P. O., N. C.
iilte by leni init orders at oilier and having
iroKTty drllverrd dirtvl from warehouse or
b raliiiiii there for it
AKTIFK IAI. STUNK W(IRK inaile some
ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION.
ROOMS, 26 PATTON AVE., ( Y. M. C. A ROOMS. I
llten dnily. esrvpt Sunilny.. Irom 10 a. It)
until I p. m., and 4 until 0 p.
tie ii-rm. in .iiiiM-ripiion nrr: tine year
It mo... SI..1H; 3 mm., SI ; 1 mo., nOets.;
duily 'J eta.
otheers lor IstMi I'n-siilenl. Chnrles W
Woolsey; Vicr-l'resi.lrnt, Thoa. A. Jonr. : See
and Treasurer. i. 8. Watson; Liliruriun. Miss
K. J. Hatch.
Ciliun. and visit. irs lire conllnlly invited
to lnsiect the cntalouue and inm-rllie their
nnmr. a. mrmhrr. innOdrf
. aw aw l ar
ONi; OF THE
Ilcst Family Hotels in the South.
SERVICE AND TAJ5LE FIRST-CLASS.
Tivo iiiinuti's' wnlk from (Joint House. Street t-nrs dmhh
I lie door every ten iniiiuteH.
Pur terms address
H. J. GREEN WELL, Proprietor.
Palace SriAMta. Low Rati.
FourTnps pr Wah ul w . n
DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAND
uun.n W..v Porta,
Wvry Wek Umw Dtwtn
DETROIT AND CLEVELAND
Ooubl' DtUly Lint B'rm
CHICAGO AND ST. JOSEPH, MICH.
Our illustrated pawphl'ts
M.u.na ctotintl nTi-h.t. will be I n iiubl
rovr . i.r, ...ni. cx . -an..
I. WMITCOMB. 0. P. A.. OlTso.t Mir.
Octroi and Olavaland Stoam Nav. Oo.
AMheville, N. C.
Near PatutciiKer Depot.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Mnnulaeturrrs and lcalers la alt kinds of Dressed
Door, 8asth, minds), Moulding;, Ntalrwork, MantcU, Bank
ana Har ixturea, and all kinds) of Building; Material.
Hard Wood Lumber Work a Specialty.
norlidly Ttlephone No. 16,
W. P. Wasiiiii kn, rn-sidrnt.
W. K. Ciiiiiins, Viec-l're.idiiil.
. w. u. WILLS.
W. M. Asiiuoas. Kreret.ry.
AI.KS. Allison, Treu.urrr.
wills bros., inc. vYACilAril
ARCHITECTS, BUM-DING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION,
AsiiHViLi.ii.N C. Home Oflice I KNOXVILLK, TENN.
illlrt Ibirnnrd llull.llna. P. O. Hot a&4. A.UtIlrlZCl CaUltal. a K t M M Vf Vf a
I'luns, Hirriniail.ina, lietaila, Atcforrvrry LOCAL IIOAKI) AT ASIIUVILLli:
class of liuildlnit at short nolle.
ARTISTIC INTERIOR DE8IGNS A SPECIALTY.
Cull nnd m na. nprind.lm
H. i. I lot ii. lrrirrnt.
C. C Ma-Camtv, ViiT-t'rrBidtnt.
Tmko. V. T HUM HI.!,, IW. rtt Tre.
I. A. CmuiNUkS Atlorocy.
JUK HUNT UK FOK WALK.
A nrw tarvrn-rrmm hounr on tiuttrlrlt ntrrt
with moth rn improvrmrntii. Ternn rimy.
FarmcrH and TruckcrH
I have la-dded Ion llu.liela of HWIIIIT I'll-1
TATUHH. Ily the IKth of May I shall Iw pre
pared lo supply HLII'N In any quantity, Cull
I the lied, at mv rrsldene nn Heaver tm.n
rontl In Kammh, or leave orders nl (I I.. Me-
MANAGED SOLELY BY 000 FELLOWS, BUT MEMBERSHIP OPEN TO ALL
lnil. full fm value of Mock at Mn per cent
I it if. a itenernl liu.ine..
iieiiil is i
Irttm II I
Hank, as Trustees.
i irrnerni tiu.inesii inn. mil me value of atm-k at rtn per cent, pr
i. Imiie. monthly itaymenl ,lt. nnd fully paid up stock on which
mid. nnd (he principal double, in seven tear., ltepo.it. may h wil
o 1.1 Iter cent iter year guaranteed. All securities de poll ted with t
i-h a ea.h divl-
with thrt National
For lurther pnrtleulurs rail un
N. T. HOWARD, State Agent.
I illlce for a few dava at Taylor, lluuls (V Hrulherton'i, No. 3 Patton Ay.
1'ITZ PATRICK BROTHERS.
Dealer In Wall Paper, WlndowHbadcaand Patent Haugera,
r'l1irr.rn7n. V.nil.h.. M.s.ry'. Ml.ed Pal.u and Cnlnrs. Window OlaM. bo 111
I'riiT at Herts. 4oc. i-r ion. ITUt In Ashe- . .
ue, woe Iter iihi, Atl.lr
mayA dilw mun wt frl
TANTItll, aerp in ..ma bi. iiuisaoo Kcntacay Laa. kbSdly
rtllHi.als for haullnir Twn llMtlMMl Tkn..
.nnn niw. irom iteiMit to I'llltlle KllUMrv.
on (rait will Itr let to lowest bidder. Apply
a nmiap nirniahed nr unflirnlahrd. iim
hralnul strrrl, No, l(l. Puaaraalun vlvra
. iihit. npitir
mayddlw M KM. WALK K,
LTUM "ALU OH UXCHANIIK
tIH L TV PR PH.TV
A An (arm of Kn4 acres in llendersnn Co.,
s. ., irrn tniie. iron, n.neviuei US tne
Th Dally Report.
The matter mailed at the Asheville I
W. if. 1's.LAHn, Ca.hler.
B Nankin, Caahler.
iwasNta Phlliah, Cashier,
noitoffice and atreet boxea venterday Is AT. A "WTAVT . A "VTl
Inn follows: .V A-" " "
Aitvrncj ai oaw,
TiiRRi million dollars it the tidy sum
that New Englander. are laid to have In- p. 8, Jaquinth toW. "li'. "Wntaiii
veitea aown in tennessee in ten aayi, I lot on tteanrnout itrect.
S,000 2d, 3d, 4th clnss ntatUr,
ICO Total ,
MAMION, M. C.
Will practice la th loth and lath indlrlnl
1.80 I Oistrlrla of North Carolina and In the Su.
o,vuw .(0 mavHdl
preme Court and th Federal Court of th
Wralern District of North Carolina.
114 ai un I'attuaAy.
JOK HUNT, .
A nle 7-ranm Mca rollair. newlr ir.
nlahed, fur the nest or 6 monlhs, Poaaes.
aiun immediately. Apply
J. V. fOrttiaN
mayfldtf Offlc Th Asheville shoe c'o.
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
J17 iiaywood Street.
All WATICR THOROVGHLV FILTKRKU ou the Prctulaea.
Tnly.n year, of practical eierieni-e, combined with raasoNAL attenUoa to all d
tails of th bu.li es. and iilect arrnniremenls for clanlinbss and rtiMivr of all oods
VIchy and Seltzer Water In Siphons.
Olnirer Al and all th yarlnas flavor, of S(IUA WATRR ready tor shipment and drllv.red
frr In City llmlu. Out uf town ordersust hav a.ssoHiiaL referne.
C H. CAMPBULLm
SST Snd'rallroid sV.I'on ""iHL. ''"'V mMufmctun'i- ,n P"'Prtetor to pmeal to hi. numerous patron. superior .1,
CONTI.ANI) IIHIIH ,
Lara, sunny room, with a-nnd hiiarrl at
MKH. ALICK HKVNtll.liH,
aprSfldtf 4N irue stmt.
i:X::WZi?"kCom'- v WINE.. AND LIQUOR .. STORE .
flltONOIA I'AINV, IN TIIKBTATK.
iMocharlotuatmrt. FINK NAMPI It ANII 11111 linn nnn..
Mealatared lfev tlt.ll ft.. h.Ls i,.i I r fAv.AUF AVfiWiTA
8.00,.ari(d. nt.y.dtf J, A. MAMllAaivr. ...... RD. 43 S. HfllN ST.. KIIPVII 1 1 M P
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