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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 10, 18JJ0.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
II. D. CHILD, Husiness Mnnngcr.
Tub Daily Citiikn will be puhtlahrd every
attcrnoon (except Sunday) at the lullowirm
ratea atrivtly cuah:
One Vear. tn.OO
Six Month! 3.00
Three Mentha 10
One Month 0"
One Week 18
Our carrier! will deliver the pniier every
afternoon In every part of the city toourauti
aerlbera, anil parttea wan time It will plcaac
cull at the Citizkn Oflice.
Aiivkktihino Katkb Reaaonnble, and made
known on application at thia olhce. All
tranaient advcrtlacuienta muat be paid in ad
Tancc. The Citiikn la the moat eitenalvely circu
lated and widely read ncwapaper in Wcatcru
Ite dlacuanion of public men and meaaurea
la In the intercut of public inteKrlty. huiu-iit
government, und pronieroua liidualrv. and it
knowa no pcraouul ullcKiaucein trcutiHK pub
Kiedmen coplea of any edition will be aenl
f.-ee to any one aendiiig ttliir acldreaa.
Keadin noticea ten eenta ht line. Oliltu
ary, HiarriaKc und aocictv noticca liny cent
each (not exceeding tin lineal or titty eenta
"SATTKIUY, MAY 10, INiHi.
Tin: itAii.v citizi:m
la on anle at the following pliuca in Aalievillv:
HATTliKV I'AKK NliWS STAN'U.
f.l.KN KUCK NliWS STAND.
MOIHil. Cll'.AK SI'llKU, l'ulU'll Ave
J. CARSON'S MiWS STOKIS, Norlll Court
PERTINENT AND PERSONAL.
Newt About ANlicvllllaiiH and ol
HlruuitcrM wltliln our tiati-H.
V. II. Wells, ul' New York, is at llu
liattcry I 'ark.
I-'. K. Hon i" tit lite I'iriitiil Cculiiil limn
Syracuse, S. Y,
W. T. liiini-nn rquvsi-iits Louisville ill
the liraml Central.
W. p. PtatltiT, of Hartford, Conn., is
ill tin- l',raiul Central.
V, V. Ilonsy, of Iltistol, Tetin., is reg
istered til tlic (Ucii Kock.
There were eighty-five arrivals at tin
principal hotels yesterday.
V. A. Cash, of Hrcvnrd, is in the eilv.
vtoppin at the Swantiaiitia.
It. K. Hamli f Seranlon, I'a., is re-
isteted at the Nailery I'ark.
V. J. Walker, of Riiliinnnil. 'a., is rey
isletetl at the Nailery I'ark.
A. Wheallield, ol Plymouth, Mass., it
autographed at the Nailery I'ark.
I'. II. I'ern, id' I'tovidenie, K. I., is at
the Swannatioa for a short while.
Ceo. II. Sellers and wife ate at tin
I'llen Uoek from Kidley I'ark, Tenti.
A. '.. I'etnanl and wile, of New Vmk
are at the Nailery I'ark for a lew days.
lieo. F. Nasoti. ex-assistant district at
toniev, is in the city, lie is front Char
Lewis 1 1. I'atkcr ami ('.. T. Caines art
trislcred til ihe Naltery I'ark. They art
Iroin New York.
hr. and Mrs. Kohl. 1.. liekensoti art
ri-jjisttriil at the Nailery I'ark front
Nrooklyn, N. Y.
The new carpet for the Methodist
church has lain put down. Next week
the cushions will lie here lor ihe (K'vvs.
The recent decision of the supreme court
in ihccnse of the State vs. Steele is ol
more lhaii ordinarv local interest. It is
published in full on the third pauc ot
Tin; Citii x.
A horse driven liy Mr. II. W. I'iu h lie
cattle frightened al an electric ear this
niorniut; and a rnnaway followed. Tin
shaft of ihe litiyyy w as Inokeu, Intt fur
llier than lh.it no daiuaj;e was done.
kivetside Methodist church I i vim.
service tit 11 o'clock Sunday morning
conducted hy Kev. W. M. Kerr, and at s
n. m. Iiv Kev. S. I.. Noyers. Sunday
school II p. in.
Norlll Asheville Methodist church I'i
vine service this I Saturday I evening', to
morrow nt tla. in. mid p. m. (Jiiitt-
an iuterestinu revival in progress. All
invited to attend.
First M. )' church, on I'aiion avenue,
vomer 1 lav wood anil lltiltrick streets
Stmilav school at U.ItO a. in. I'reaehitif:
at 11 n, nt. hy the pastor, J. I. Kolx-r
son, ami at H p. m.'iy J. M. Wcllioni.
First rreshyteriati church, Kev. W. S.
I'. Nrvail, paslor I'ivine worship to.
morrow nioruitiH at 1 1 a. m, Salilmth
M'hool lit il.:in. Yoiiiik jieople's mi'i'tiiiK
nt 7.1." ; lHth nt Y. M. C. A. Hall. No
Central Methodist church Services to.
morrow tiwrniiiK liy Kev. Ilr. Frdmait,
mill in the evening liy Kev. S. N. Narker.
Sunday school nt O.atl a. m.
First Ilaptist cliurcli, W. A. Nelson
1 1. l., pastor I'reachinu at 1 1 a. nt. and
H p. m. Nnptism at 7. I.i.
K-iil I-:hImI TranHferw.
I. II, Nosticnuil wife to J. T. No,
tie. 1 acres oh Kiehmoiiil Hill
Kuftia Wcaverantl wileto Ion. Alli
son. MO in rea on Ku. nl creek... Hon
II. I., (itiduer nnd wile to T. C.
Ilrown. lot on Slradliird lane... Kin
I. A. Uriiimnntul to C.W. Miilotic,
lot on Valley street Kill
C. li, (rahiini nail wife to li. II.
Ilritt. lot in western niirt of the
11. T. Millard and wile to J. T.
Iloslic. 4 acres on Richmond
Hill roml 1.7(Mi
The A. I. I. military fair nt the Far
merit' wiirelioitse last niKlit was n rcic-
tilion of the success of the night Iwfore.
A liultt cltnnne wan niaile in the riK"tni
Instead of the dumb bell drill a prize
drill liy the company win held. C. II
Atkinson was the successful comN?titor
und will wear the IhkIkc for the next
month. The proceeds from the tale of
ticket nnd atrnwliernca nnil cream
uniotinted to $50.
Tha Urad to ! Lowered.
I'u'itinnt to the nu;rccnictit last niKlit
the Mayor nnd llonrd of Aldermen met
on South Main street this morning tocon
lider the iutlon of the grade of that
street. Alter having the plans of the
city engineer submitted to them, and dis
cussing th matter for tome time, they
decided to follow the survey of the en
ulneer n to lowering the street nt Ragle
street, but will leave it untouched nt the
square. The sidewalk In front of Dick,
crson's will be lowered six Inches. The
street car track will have to be lowered
several inches at Eagle street.
HE DON'T LUKE THE BRICK
TO BE USED.
HOPES THE BOARD WILL EXER
CISE ITS PEROGATIVE.
t'luirte-r AHkvd for tlic I-'iihI I. inl
and Huburhiui KHllroad-IXi.
Iiikh of the Hoard.
Capt. Nalt Atkinson made his applica
tion for a charier ol the Asheville Fast
Line and Suburban railroad, ill the mcet
ittg of the Hoard of Aldermen last night,
lie had the charier written in due form
and secilying the route on which
the eoniiiativ proposes to build. His
route, as given last night, is as follows:
From near the Western North Carolina
railroad to Sotithside avenue, up South
side avenue to South Main street, tip
Valley street to Sycamore, up Sycamore
to South Main, and up Valley lo College,
across or with College to Locust, thence
to Chailolle and across Charlotte to
the corporation line, thence across the
city to Pearson's bridge and up the river
to the beginning. Capt, Atkinson's as
sociatcs as uaiucil in the application ate
W. T. I'cnnituan, W. T. Reynolds, C, M.
Mcl.otul, Richmond Pearson and M. I
Fagg, and they waul the exclusive priv
ilege for such a roil I lor the term ol ten
Mr. McHrayer representing the French
Nroad Valley railroad objected to tin
ten year clause; as he did not think it
right lo grant thai to this company
when his road had made the first appli
cation. He expressed a luie thai t lie
board would grant Capt. Atkinson's
charter. The matter was rcterrcd to llu
Mavoraud the street committee, with
instructions to report al a subscipicnl
Mr. I. L. Nrown, who lives on Town
mountain, asked ei mission to lap the
piK-above the staniliie and force the
water to his house with a hydraulic rain
The matter was referred to Clerk Miller
with power lo act.
Capt. T. W. ration objected to having
the grade on South Main street, lictwccii
tlic Square and Fugle sircct, changed,
lie said that it would necessitate the
changing ol the grade of the street rail
way track verv maleriallv and would
make il much heavier, causing more
strain oil all tlic niacluuerv. lie also
Hated lh.it the cost ol lowering the g.-o
mains, which would Is; rendered ncccs
-ary, would lie ipiitc heavy and asked
that the board mcel on the ground thi
morning and consider the matter. It
was ordered thai a meeting Is- held at
o'clock ibis morning.
L. Swiccgood complained ol a nuisance
near his house, Is-caiisc ol Ihe want ol
sewer connections, and asked relict. It
was relcrrcd lo the sauit.irv committee
with power loonier couucclious when
Aaron Washington, colored, who lives
near I he electric light station. coui laiued
ol a brick kiln, which he said was within
thirty-live leel of his house, and said he
was afraid the heat caused by hurtling
ihe kiln would endanger his house. An
ordinance making il unlawful to-cie. t n
lire a brick kiln in dangerous proximity
to any house in the city was pasted and
Col. Naird instructed lo notify the par
ties owning the brick kiln of the ordi
nance. Mr. (. A. Shiiloril, as a tax payer,
called the attention of the Hoard to the
quality of the brick used ill paving the
streets, and said lliey had Ih-cii pro
nounced until for the purpose by couiie-
leul judges as loo soft, liiul said the Mc
Adam was prelerable toil. Mr. Illautou
told him that if he would read the eon
tract he would find that the citv was
thoroughly protected by it from any im-.-rlcctions
in the pavement.
"Il by the terms of this contract the
Hoard ol Aldermen had the right to ob
ject to any unlit material which linn con
tractor might iitlempl lo use," said Mr.
Shuforil, "I am glad to know that
there is such a provision in the contract,
and Iiok- I lie board will avail themselves
of its terms and reject the brick which
arc now piled up on the sidewalk to Ik
used in the proposed pavement, its I am
satislieil that they are totallv unlit lor
Captain I'atlon snid thai the street
railroad company had a proposition
from the contractors, tohaiil material for
the government building, and asked isr
inision to haul the Ireight and pul in n
side track on the north side of I'atton
avenue, ill front of Ihe building, The
matter was referred lo the streel com
mittee. Mr. A. Shell nnd Mr. (',. II, Hiirn
ham, representing the laborers of t In-
city, naked thai the hours for the city
work lie reilttecil to nine Hours. I lie re
quest was curried hy n vote of three In
Ihr-c mill was decided My Mayor Illan
It Itldn't Hurt the I'.kiis.
"Did you see the accident this morn
ing ?" asked one prominent business man
of another ns they met at Court Place.
'No, what was it'"
W hy, n little boy wnscarryiug n sack
of eggs and when he was passing by that
pile of granite blocks in front of. Naysor
& Smith's he stumbled and fell and the
eggs landed on top of the granite."
Ilrokc them into a thousand pieces 1
"What, the eggs?"
"Oh, no, It didn't hurt them at all, but
it ptilvcrir.ed it half dor.cit of those blocks
into the finest pow der you ever saw."
His) Arm Wn llrolieii.
A horse hitched to the delivery wagon
of R. K. Hill became frightened on Col
lege street this morning nnd threw the
two occupants to the' ground. .8. T.
Stroup struck on his right arm, breaking
it at the wrist, He received some ugly
bruises about the face. The wounded
man wns taken to the home of Mr. John
Rich and a doctor summoned. His inju
ries are not serious.
Cltlr.cilM of ANlievllle Kt-Nuoud to
Citizens of Asheville me often enter
tained with criticisms upon the hospital
ity mid sociability of their city. Some
visitors to the city have been very severe
in criticism of this sort and the citizens of
other pliiees have expressed like opinions.
Asheville lias borne these criticisms very
meekly and have admitted that as Ashe
ville was not ipiitc perfect, it might be
that her lack was in Ibis direction.
Nut the approaching Cicticral Assembly
bids fair to prove an effective answer to
this criticism. The prospect at present
is that every member will be entertained
by some one of the citizens, and not only
every number, but even- wile or mother
or daughter that comes, and also many
of those who will visit the city for their
The full significance of this will appear
only when it is known that as a rule the
church in which the Assembly meets has
a large board-bill to a, o quests for
whonrentei Iniumctil is not provided. In
a city not a thousand miles from Ashe
ville, and not many years ago, the bills
amounted to over ?l,00ii. The Presby
terian church here does nut expect at
present to payout-cent for board because
the gcncnni and wariu-hcartcd hospital
ity of the residents will make this unnec
essary. Il will lie a iiuiipic distinction
liir Asheville as against the larger cities
of the South, and it is the strongest dis
prool possible of the criticism made
This docs uol mean ihal all guests
have been provided for. Names are still
coming in and changes are rcipiired every
day but ihe indications now are that all
guests will Is- provided for.
Among those trout aMistauce who w ill
Is- in attendance are Rev. . Rockwell
v.iith, of I'criianibiico, Nrazil, who ran
probably give sonic iiilercsling informa
tion concerning the governmental changes
in that young republic. Rev. T. R. Samp
son, of Athens, Crcecc, will be able to gic
late news of the great "Fasterinpiesl ion"
as il Is called in diplomacy. Rev. (',. I'.
Mathews, P.P., ol Loudon, Fug., will
represent the Pan-I resb terian Alliance,
and arrange for I lie next ipiailrcmital
meeting. All ol these visitors will lie
heard dining the sessions ot' Assembly.
THE TIRST CASE.
C linrlt-H Htlkt-U-iilltt-r Arrt'Ntt-d lor
Tr-siiliiit at nailery I'ark,
Colonel J. N. Steele this morning had
his first ease in the Mavor's court, based
on the recent decision of the supreme
court in the ease nl the Slate vs. Steele.
Charles Stiki leather, a livervmnn, was
charged with trespassing on the Naltery
Park proKt ty alter he had been ordered
oll'bv Colonel Steele.
The evidence showed that Mr. Slike
lealhcr bad comeiii the hotel in Iheuioru
ing and that Colonel Steele had read the
ilcusiou lo him and warned him that he
would enforce il. The deleudanl re
mained in the otlicc for some lime alter
and during the day was several limes on
the veranda. J. C. Martin appeared lor
Colonel Steele. Mr. Stikeleathcr was
toiiinl guilty and lined .-Sl'.'i. He look an
aoisal D t he criminal court.
I'heonlv other case btlo'-e the court
was one charging Jesse Williams, a col
oicd boy, with lal driving. He w.-o
lound guilty ami rclcasci wall a repri
A III NtiKV I'Atll ic fell a It u.
II Hwallnwa it MiI'm I. ok, Accord-
litK lo the t'alalu'H Hlor'.
"We have a patent scll-rcgi-ti ring lot;,"
o.-iid Caplaiu JiiIiii Howard, of the bark
Allien Nesse, from Honolulu, to a reporter
ol the Alia California. "The register is
attached tolhe t.Hli.iil. and the proieller
is towed astern. We had about , loo feet
of line out. It was iusl about seven
Mis, and the Nesse was going along
about six knots. I'ri-senlly the log line
became as taut as ,-t wire stav, and
there was a terrible llurry near the pro
ieller. "I hapK-ued to Is- on dick, and, sit ing
the troiilile.ran to the tallrail. What do
yon think I saw ? Why, I'm blamed it a
great big blue shark hadn't swallowed
the proK-llcr! I called some hands aft
and we started to haul in the line. There
were seven hands pulling on the line In
side mvsell, ami yet we h id a hard lime
pulling the lish in'. Hut, bv thunder, sir
we hauled I'm I feet of that line in until
the shark was right under our counter.
He was quite thirty leet long an I in a
terrible rage, lasliing the water into
"We were just In-ginning to think that
we could gel him solely on board when
Ihe line snnpnd, Uiug bitten through
by the shark Just think of it, however,
pulling a shark in -M leet on a long tine
and In did mil bile il through until
within twenty feet of the tallrail. (If
course, by losing the shark we also lost
the proH-ller, hut it must have been
pretty hard fare to iligrst, and his inside
must have Ih-cii pretty sore from the
"The funniest part of the thing was the
aeliott of the register. When the weight
of the shark got on to the line the blamed
register showed a Ski-iI ol sixty miles an
hour with only a six-knot breeze. Well,
sir, when the male looked at the register
first and then at tlic sails he mark
fainted. It wn not for several seconds
that he realized there was so much dead
wciuhl on the line. You hct you, sharks
aic mighty ipiccr fish, nnd will tackle
must anything they sec, even n brass
All Austrian Mpeildllirln.
A cnhlr dispatch lias announced that
Prince Karl, of TrauttinaiisdorlT, has
Ih-cii til need under control in conaeoucitec
of reckless extravagance and SH-culation.
Prince Karl, of Traultmimsdorll, is the
head of a noble Slyrinn family which has
ocetinied a iihiec milling the counts of the
empire since the early part of the seven
teenth century, lie was norn in M-picm-ln-r,
lx.", nnil Is n hereditary mcmlicr ol
the ttpiH-r house of the Australian Rcichs
ralh. lie has attained celebrity ns a turf
man, nnd bv his exploits ns a crttek pig
con shot lit Monto Carlo, The family
owns vast estates ill Nolicmiii, nnd, in
fact, in every province of the Austrian em
pire, and Prince Knrl's income is estima
ted at half a million florins! about $200,
000) a yenr. He has always had a mag
nificent rncing stable, and in his betting
was Invored by lorttine and is under
stood to have cleared Inrgc sums, Last
Dceemlicr he lost nt the iockcv club in
one evening, nthaeenrnt, 000,000 florins.
He then bought a large nuniDer ol tui
tions in spring wheat nnd March cc reals,
which, uiiiiis down, caused a loss of Hi,-
000,000 florins; and, in fact, he could
not have settled with the promptness
which the exchange demands had not his
brother-in-law. Mnrkuraf Pnllavicini,
come generously to his assistance.
Markt-tN lv Wire
e'ntCAiio, May to The followhiK l Hie
ruiiKV of leiuliiiK tutiiri-i In-ila.v : . ,
llinlusl. Lowest. Closing
Mnv il U.-. n I'.'1-.'
lime niiij nr.
I til v tut t'l's
Aniiiist Hi.':li I'-'s t'-'s
Cn.is No. a.
Mnv ai'j .-II-1. ,11's
lime aiiv :u:1, a.-1
1 11 1 V !I.V, M4 a.,
AiiKust a.-a, :iii, a.vs
I lATH No.
May "s -"'l ".'
lime --i'li -i'jn
CincAc.o. xiuy In. I', nk, lunl nnil tins
i-iiiiKcil li'-ilnv ns liillows:
Ihuliesl. I.oweat. Cliislllli
Mi:ss .-oiik V I" "
Mnv I -J. no r.'.'.lo U'.io
lime ta on r.' no III no
July ia tr ia io i a u
t.Aioi i mo.
Mm a "" " '--
luui- c, an a an n.ao
July a in li.lo li.io
SiuiHT Kins i loo.
Mnv .-. a-.- a-j a a-'
luui- ." u .".a- a:
I nl v ." 17 n i.'i HM
.SiliW V.inK. Mnv in. Cotton I'utlilcs to
day rmiKeil as li'llou s :
Ihuhcal l.i, wist. CIiisiiik
Mnv I I Hi I I '.'" 1 I T
pine 1 1 '.is 1 1 .0 I II '.'
lulv 1 1 '.".I 1 1 nil 1 1.'."''
Aiiijiist I I '.'7 1 1 HI 1 1 '.'I
Kcptciniier 1 1 an il. an n as
s.-,i., s.-.i, h.H,
m siM ss M)i ii i;.
Nllvcr I'latt-d Ware.
In canters, spoons, forks and knives,
special iniliu-c''-'-ni are beii'.g , licred
.w. i. pple plated knives.
$l.io pel set. l-'urks to match al saint
price. I'escrt knives, $l.(it per set. A
splendid assort incut of Keed ce. Ilarlon's
plated waie, the best goods made, are;
ollcrcd at lowest prices. Crockery, class
and cutlery, very large slock and always
the Ifcvcst prices al Law's, o7, .V.i and
til Si'tith Mam street.
"Tlic Citizen," i-oiilaliiiiiu
it lull ilailv -oport ol' the pro
cct-(lliiK !' tlic ficiicial Am
hciiiII of tlic irc!t.YtcriMii
clitiri-li, will lie Ncnt positpiild
to any adtlrcNM during tlit
scssliiii lor so cciit.x.
let- lor sciihiiii iNijn,
tin .iii.l after May 1st ice will be deliv
end mils lor cash or tickets. Tickets
may be "btaiued at our ollice, No. :n
P. tit, 'ii avenue, and will Is- strictly cash.
Asm vii. 1. 1: lei; ami Co.M. Co.
llu- Mountain 1-nrU Hotel, llol
HiirlnuN, N. f..
Is ii' s:c!ass in everv particular, with
tin Ut table in the St'ioh. Pure and
.il'iiii'l.iMt water and perli-ct sanitary ar-
Thi s,encry is iH-autiful, climate much
milder than Asheville, there being no
h-irsh winds and nodust lo irritate weak
I lie. tots and lungs.
Thi Ii. litis in marble pools arc the fin
est in the world and the thermal waters
arc an unexcelled sK-cilic lor rheumatism,
niil. sviatica, nervous exhaustion and
all disuses ot skin and blood.
Lxcelicnl phvsuiar.s reside at the ho
ld. Trains leave Abbeville fur Hot Springs
at i. .lo a. in., 4.,.li ami , p. in.
i'ixcursiou tickets, iucliuliiig one day's
lio.-itil at .Mountain Park hotel, M
I'oi rates etc., .-'dUiess
..be. W. ('. Iiooi.i i Tl.i;.
A Mew Uoiul lo IIIIhs.
If you arc wise and wish lo Ihcoiiic
healihy and wealthy also, you will use
Uoller King or Klcctiic Light tloiir; In
cause the Asheville Milling Company's
ll'itu is not only the best Inn theclieancsi,
IMInl : l-aliit l
The Averill Paiul isthebesl. (bit wears
all others. Ncautitul and t-coiioinical. In
general use L'."i xears. (iuarauteed. Sam
ple card tree.
I'll r.t rmcK Nuns..
fov Ke.'id Miss Maine's cud, advertis
ing Massage and Swedish movement and
clas m physical culture.
New Advertisements To-a
i ikst ia:i:.
SI MMKK II.HMis "lliu KlU'kl-t."
I'.I.KN kiCk.. I'.. 1 1 rill I ill I-1 ( ill .
I OI HTII I'Alii:.
Maaiik. Hie Miss Mntiie.
W axtioi 1 1 or, l.l I 'i in nil , l:i v
CNANII (-AI.1: I a Illllllll, lllfllll.,11 ,V kuwls
SATURDAY. MAY 17. 1890,
At ii O'tlnrk.
Till' Ih-iiuI. till ipnity In Vcl lillil ncr
lonkhiK tlu I'nthli UrtMiil river, known tin
Huh tict'ii kuIiiII hIi l into thirly-t wu (,'tl i
tltKlltlt rcnifU-TUc liit. nmt will lie until al
ptihltf iiiH-tion on Sitlnrilfiy, Miiy ?, Ihjhi,
nt 1'J ii'i'lui'k mi llu fullovvltitf tt-rniH : Om
fmirtli ciuh, lmltimr in i-itinl ItiHtiiltttcn t tn
nix twelve nnil iiKtilt-i ii tnontliM w It Ii N jkt
Wult lor the tntf. tin in It, nnd tnkc iuI-
VfintiifvH' ul mi ip1,'Miinity ti ncctiri' n lu-mi-
dil hninc. I'ir litrtlur partlruliirN npply tn
C, If, OK All AM,
C. I). MI.ANTON,
C. T. HAWi.8.
And HmcccIIhIi MovciiichIh,
AUn litNtitH'tlnti In I'liynlt'iil Culture for
Imlk-tt fun) cltililmi In cIiikihm or prlviitt', hy
Mi- Mm I. It-, of Nrw York, At MtHSlDN H()H.
I'lTAL. U-ln n. in. l-.'lp. ni. CiiIIm or In
iptlrlctt liy inall iiiiNwcrvil protuiitly.
A anw mill iiinr, to cnntriu-t tn anw iilmiil
lilo.ooo fet-t ol' niMilnr Ina neiir Hnliiiln.
Ain.lv to llAKul.n Miflll.liliAV,
liny 1 i4t 1 Hpruev atrei-t,
SALESMEN WANTED ploynii-nt. CioimI
miliirv or coinmlrifiton. l-'ttu init(tt. I'ult tine
of I'MiltR nnil Flower. I'rkri low. Local
tan make from $10 to $'Jft ptr wtck,
A l. I'KATT, NorMfrvmim,
niayO tlUw tu tit nut Kochmtcr, N. V
MAN AanKent of our pnteut Snfca; alir
'JKaiHslH Ituhi-a, .'ir. rrlnll. All alea na
tow. Nrw atylt-a;ncw piltterna ; new luck;
new fni'tory. Nut sovcrnril liy Hul'e I'nnl.
Hverv ante wnrrnnteil. Hnre dinner. Her
niiimnt liualni-.a. (mr ttnna nnil nilalnioir
wll, rimvlnee von An-nta clrnr :loil to $nuu
per month, write lor exi-lualvc tirrltnrv,
AI.I'INIi HAP It CI I,, Clnelllllntl, 0.
?(JK HA LU LIIHAP HUH C.XHII.
Tan rnnm hnuae on one nere lot, ntir nnil
n ipinrtrr nillea frinn court houac. Apply to
ninyNiint 1172 I'ATTON AVBNtlH.
HUMS WITH UOAKI).
Thn ri.itilile rnnma and one alnulc rnnm
with lionnl, half aiiirc from North Mnin
atrret rnllwny, .,.,-
MKSl. TIlllMrtn m . l ki ivn-n,
niuvHdcuilat No. u Htiirnca avenue,
ASHEVILLE AND VICINITY.
A 1. SO
SKETCHES IN OIL AND WATER COLONS
a H. Main Nt.,
iipr I si il
CEMENT, LIME AND PLASTER
c. i:. MOODY,
IHlkv Nti. .MO I'atton Avitiuc.
IVIfplhtm No. H.
W an house ui'ur I'muht Ik'pot
i luni' uiiiiK an filial ua nt to kti p aihl
slutll hi urn have a lull fUu It ot tlu- lust hramU
IMPORTED ENGLISH AND GERMAN PORTLAND
LOUISVILLE AND HOS NDALE CEMEN . S.
LIME IN BARRELS AND IN BULK.
ROOFING MATERIAL AND OTHER ARTICLES
IN THESE LINES.
I wan liuitHt- in anw tuinjj tiuili ailjtilniNf
tnilroHil inuk atl my Ktork partly lu-ivaml
anivitiK. I'ntil uiy own w iitttioiiHf In tiu-
tltttl I Nhall ort.-iipy tin- Wtl nltr vtthinii
I'artitx umiii: ihvsv art kirn tan nv ntu cart
at l UavtuK onlciH at ollur ami tiavinn
pmiH-rtv iltlUt'rul tlirtvt fioni warvlioiist, or
oy calling tlu-n- fur it
AIM ll'K IAI. STONi; WoKK made faint
a llt li Int'i, TV.
ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION.
ROOMS, 26 PATTON AVE.. Y. M. C. A. ROOMS, i
o,K't daily, csit-pt SnmlavH, irotti lo a. tu
until 1 p. in., and 4 until tl p.
Tlu tfrtiitt tif iiilit4friptioti are: One ytar
i num.. Sl fto; H imm., $1 ; 1 tint.. r.oct
oiVutrH tor Imhi I'n-Hlilciit. C'liarli-H W
Wtiolvy ; Vicc-Prr.hl.'ilt, Tllim. A. Jctlltn ; Siv
amtTn'iiMirt'r. I. S, Wntsuii; l.ilirariaii. Mint.
CitittiM ami Yifir art- i-ortHallv invittil
to int)HYt the i'ataloi!iit' nml inttritM- tlttir
naint n ini'intM-r. fanMOiItt
Paiaci- Ctcmi. tow Ratcs.
Four Tiip t,r W'fk limn, ,-n
DFTR0IT, MACKINAC ISLAND
DETROIT AN0 CLEVELAND
n.a) 1 ,..ii,r J i,,... July , AuuM M,4 VI4.
Uoiltil. rjall.v Llna IWwran
ChlCAGO AND ST. JOSlPH. MIC:i.
O'JH ILLUSTRATID PAMPHLTTS
Halm ind Kiciiml n Tl -ka'a will b In nlatii il
bv your Tick' ' At nl, iti do-a
E. 8. WHITCOWu, 0, P. A., Dli .ii. '.':..
Dutrolt and Clalonil Steam May. Co.
mil vl H
TO WEAK LIEN
Unfitting from tha ffcW of ynnthAt) error, wtrly
dtvay, wutlnR wtwknPM, lmt munhood. oto.. 1 will
ond ft Tkluatile trMtlM.(iMtM contain I n full
partimlw for home cure, FREE0' ctirn. A
plooillil mrdirftt work i ihoultl ib nwl by every
man who la narroiiB and dubilttaU-4. Addreat
rrof V C VOWLEB, Jluoduif CoiiiU
novf hiw i
IMilor AhIkvIIIc Cltitrti:
That our ninny friend niny know how wc
arc KitlitiK on wc will ft ate that wc took tn
in Hotel nnt Htorr
$9,000 In Vive Wcckt.
Took In Innt Hntunlny over 70. 7fl o
that wna hotel, tmlnn at ore. Hotel rt'Kii
tend an thnl day. 1 1 mi! O.ooo nrrlvnln In
ft month'. Ournt 'i-k in nianinioth 3O0 fret
limit nnd 1.1 ft-t't wide. Tell the balance nl
the world to come nnd ee "ld Chcd' win He,
nml huy kooiIh of us and mvc IO to 'J& per
l.ovlft tltf 8. R CIlttUHRTttK Ac HON.
jrOK HUNT OK If(H HAl.lt.
A new arven-room holme on Itnttrlik at reel
with modi rn liitprovenu-nlH, Trrma taav.
mayO dl w J. M CAMI'IIKLh.
ANTItH TO KHNT.
A honae fnrnffiheil or iinfurnttthrd. On
Chestnut atreet. No. CiH, t'oaiH-Haloii K'vcn
nt once. Apply
niayddlw M KM, WALK It
F'OK HA Ml OK HXCHANOIf
I'OK CITV PKOI'KRTY
A fine fnrm of MM nerea in llemleraoii Co,,
N. C,( alxU-t-n nillea from Aahevtlle, on the
iHparuinniirK iumi Aatieviue raitronu. rout
Ollae anil railroud atatton on the farm
CORTLAND IIKOH .
tnuy.1 tltf U .St 'J0 I'atton Aw,
A ntrc 7 room liHin enttauc, newlv ftir
nlehed, for the next 4 or A tnoiitha, J'oarwa
aion Inmutllately. Apply
J. V. IORI.AN.
tmtyftdtf nillee The Aahevllle Htrne Co.
At n ImrKiiln, or (I Milk Cowa. Apply be
tween U nnil a u'elock fit
1 Hll Clinrliittc Htrert,
Kmlalercil Jeraey Hull for aervkt. l'rl
rwm, jtiinrnntred. mnyH tltf
M. A. NEWLAND,
Attorney at Law.
MARION, n. c.
Will prnetlreln the lmh ami tilth Jnillrlnl
tllatrk-ta of North Cnrnllnn nml In llu- Hit.
preme Court nml the Prtlrrtll Court of tin
Weatern lilatrk-t or North Cnrollim.
ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1890.
TICRMS STRICTLY CASH WITH ORDER
In iintoitltii-a not lesa tlinii one ton lit dietary
Ill litllltllllu-H lull iish lllllii nut- I OM) ill
lloo piiiiiula, 111) liekclH, 111 poinlila eltell
7f.ii " in " no
1 1 inn " lo " loo
No lee will lie ilelivereil with, nil e.iali or llekila. Tiekets now on auk- at the ollice ul the
Asheviilc Ice & Coal Company.
Telephone TSo. j6 and 40. No. 30 Patton Avenue.
Jl S.I.iCO COAL AT RETAIL.
l-'ur irate, $5.00.!! For HtoveH, 94.50.
15E8T ANTIUiACITE COAL
I'or nalt at WIioK-hiiIi' ami Ketuil liy
ASSIIiVILLIi ICE AND COAL COMPANY,
Telephone 36 and 40.
Kxiiintiee Amenta 1 1 iniiu-Htie nnil teniii I lor Weatern North L'urollntt.
l.liWIS MAHIU'X. I'rtB
1.. I'. Mi l. m
liiiiKcriiHs:-. I.i-wla Mmliliix, M.J. Ii.iinliii.
r. ii. Kvi-ii, i,ru. n. i-iiwi-ii, v.. Ai Aii'i.iiuu.
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK,
C A PITA L, m ,0().
HlatCt County autl
(unH a Ot-iH-ral Itankitiu HiiHiiieNM, I k-pottltH
tivtioiiH mailt- on all aia-Hsllik' pofntM. The
(tnall Mtinia in thia tlfparlment, tk'poaltfd lor
0 jkt eenl. K-r auniiin will lie paid.
SK'vial ati 'inioii utveii to loaaa on real eattite, which will be placid for 1onn time on rial
at mat tli' terms
Opn from P a m. to H p. m. On Saturday the Savlnic I k part men t will licopt'iittll 0 p.m.
Only 8 Mile from AhIicvIIIc on tlic A. & H. Railroad and
The ttrcnteai utinilier mill variety of tnlni-nil apriiiKa to lie found In the South.
48 Springs on Less Than 40 Acre,
Chal heatc. Iron, Hulphtir, epnoin, nlntn, am) imiKneain. Several very fine combination,,
that are iiMi-d in curing ini1itt'stioii, liver ami kidney trouble, chronic ilyattilery, chronictlyH
fn p.ia anil chronic Kick lu-tnlaclie. nv apriim recently dcveloH-d it the rcattHt tonic water
ever loiiml. Many are luiyiiifj Iota to ImiiIiI reMort cotta:ca near the Spring Lota are mi Id
at moiiinal pmca'to ailvti tim Hie place and the mineral water. Hoard can lw had ut
$20 lo $,o Per Montha or $t Per Day.
Ri fiTi'iicea, ti'NtimoniaN, etc.. can he had hy writing to the owner: or lietter yet. anyone
intt ri-Hf d iH invittil to come and try the water. Ortat Improvement a will be made ntl
Tiaiiis leave AKheville at P.O." a. in. nml return nt 7 p. 111. fare 25 eenta.
I'or turthcr iulortuatioii write to
oNi-: of Tin-:
ISest Family Hotel in the South.
SERVICE AND TABLE FIRST-CLASS.
Five minutes' wnlk from Court House. Street curs pusa
tlietlooc every tell minutes.
l-oi term. uiltlreMi
II. J. GRICICNW'IJLL, Proprietor.
AhIicvIUc, N. C.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Manulacturera und Ik-alers In all klnda of Urenaed
L U M
Door, HhhIi, ItllndM, MouldliitfH, Ntalrworfc, MaiitclM, Bun It
and liar Fixture, and all kludM of Ilulldlnic Material.
Hard Wood Lumber Work a Specialty.
nov14illjr Tl-U-llolie No. A,
W. I'. V.iilirNN. I'n-alilrlit.
W. H. I'.llililNa. Vlee.l'riMlilt'iit.
lit ILIHNG AND LOAN ASSOCIATION,
Home Ofllcci KINOXVILLKt T1CNN.
Aulhorlzccl Capital, . - 825,()(X),(XK)
LOCAL I.OAkD AT ASHICVILLI;:
H. i. Mori. Iretl 'cut.
C. C. MvCamtv, VliT-tTiaiiUnt.
MANAGED SOLELY BY ODD FELLOWS. BUT MEMBERSHIP OPEN TO ALU
I iot a n ueuernl Itu-dm-n. I.rnda full face value of atoek lit alx ht vent, premtuui (MivaMe
nintithly, loouea uioiKltty tmymi'iil alock. nml luily iiiid ut atock on which n cnih 'divi
dend i inihl. and the priinifMil doutilc in hi viii eara. letioait4 may 1 withdrawn with
from it to IJ K-r cent H-r year KU'tranteed. All aecuritita dcHiaiU-d with thrrc Nntionul
Hanka 11a Truateta. I'or further iarticulara call uu
N. T. HOWARD, Htatc AkciiU
dtinn 'J i Mlicc for n few ttav nt Tnytor, lloula Mr Mrothcrton'a, No. 4.1 I'atton Ave.
Dealers In Wall Taper, Window Bhadcsand Patent Hangers,
I'ulnta, lilla mul Varnlahea, Moaury'a Mlicd I'ulnta nnil Colon. Wlniluw Oluaa, bulr
Preneh and A inertia.
Wc keep In aiock Ml. Lnulannil Kentucky
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
917 liny wood Street.
All WAT1CK THOKOt'UIILV FILTIiRKU ou the PrvinUcii.
Twenty.Hvc yenra of prnetlial eaiwrlrnee, comlilned with pkmhonal attention to nil ile
tnlla nf the liuli ea mul wrfi-i't nrrnnuiincnu for cLMANLiNRaa and puhity of all aood.
mniiufnctiireil, ennlile the iruirli tnr to prraint to hla numcrou. patroni a .Uierlur claaa ol
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphon.
(tinner Air anil oil the vnrlnua flnrnr. of BDIlA WATUR ready for hlpnient and delivered
Irer In City llinlta. Out (if town onlrrainu.t have kRapoxainl.a rrfrimca.
C. M. CAlrtPBKLL.
THK 1.RADIMM '
WINE . AND LIQUOR , STORE .
IN THIt STATU.
FINK SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.
j. a. .AMtt,.AT, M..r. I NO. 43 S. MAIN ST., ASHEVILLE, N. C
.Hie. per liiinilreil.
I. U. KANKIN, Cnahli-r
M.J. I'iikk.J. H. Knnkln.J. K. Kiiy.J. li, Kitil
May lat. 1KHH,
mvlved. hmhancc houuht and aold. Cot
Saving Fetiturc will receive aR'fiat attention.
tour motitha or lonKer, Intereat at the rate
OTIS A. MILLER,
Hkyland P. O., N. C.
Near PamiciiKcr Depot.
It 1: R,
W. M. AanuoHK, Heiretnry.
Ai.hu. Ai.i.iaoN, Trenaurer.
Tit no. V. Tkhhki.1.. Hee. At Trcaa.
I'. A. Cl MMihoa, Attorney.