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JAMES E. ROGERS KILLED.
HOT BV W. V. BOVD NKAR Al
Boyd and Other tay the Mooting
Wan Done In Belf-Def-iice Alter
a verbal Quarrel Boyd In Jail In
Dr. J nines E. Rogers was fatally shot
by Wm. V. Boyd, near Alexuimer s, in
this conntv. last nielli. R iRrrs received
three bnlls in bis heiirl, from the effects of
which he dieil within forty-five minutes.
The affray occurred on the public ronil,
about 7 miles from Asheville, mill went
of Alexander's, a station on the Western
North Carolina railroad. Sheriff Rey
nolds was notified and about JI o'clock
this morniiiK sent Pepiity II. C. Jones to
arrest Iloyil. The deputy met Hoytl,
with his brother John shortly before lie
reached their house. They snid they wen
on their wav to Olivette. to
take the It o'clock train for Asheville",
where Boyd was (joinR to give himself up
to the authorities, lie made no resist
mice and accompanied the deputv quietly.
They reached the city ut about !l.:io and
went at once to Justice A. T. Sumniey's
Till'. r-mSONIiR's STtlKY.
The prisoner was seen there immediately
on bis arrival, by Tim Citizkn. He is a
nan nlxnit years of age and is heavily
built. Me is about 5 feet 10 inches in
height. He is married, but has no chil
dren. He is a son of Frank lloyd, a Free
Will Hnplist preacher, incluirueof Moun
tain View church. His father is well
thought ol ami Hoyd is said to have a
very Rood character in his neighborhood.
He talked very Ireely to Tun Cmik'Minil
told his story in a straightforward way.
He says he had lieeu in Asheville yester
day with some tobacco, which he sold at
the Fanners' warehouse. After dispos
ing of his tobacco he took the 7 o'clock
train for home, having his wagon driven
back by some inn. else. John Rogers, his
brother, about 21 vcarsoldnnd William
Mack, a neighbor, about 11) years old
were with bim ami went back on the
train with him. The three got off tin
train at Olivette, seven miles Irom Ashe
ville siid alHiul two milts from where
When about half a mile from borne,
lloyd says that Rogers and I.. K. Rccsc
came up and that Rogers begun cursing
him about having scut for another doc
tor recently when his wile was ill. lie
Kays that Rogers then cocked his pistol
and shot at him. The ball did not hit
him and Rogers struck him on the face
with his pistol, indicting two slight
wounds. lloyd Icll and Rogers wenl
down on top ol him. While tailing lloyd
says he tired three shots winch struck
Rogers in the head.
Alter the shooting llovd says he anil
his brother and illack went on limnc
without stopping to sec il Rogers was
dead. They went borne and went to
Ix'd. He says he was not able to sleep
much duriny the night and this morn
iug, when he lound that Rogers was
lead, lie started to town to gic liiniM.ll
up to the authorities.
rilt STOHV IN I I KTIII-K III IAII..
This story of llovd' is substantiated
by Illack and John llovd. both ol whom
were seen by Tiik Cmzi-s, although
they give it a little more in detail. Ac
conling to John llovd, while walking
along the road. Ins brother gave a loud
halloo in a spirit of Inn. This cry was an
swered by some one behind them and
llovd liml a shot with his pistol, also in
fun. This was answered ami shortlv af
terwards Rogers and Rccsc came up.
Rogris said something iiImiiu lloyd hav
ing sent fur another doctor and the
latter made some replv. Rogers
then saiil that he did not care so much
about that, but he wanted lloyd to pay
him what be owed him for treatment to
the hitter's wife ami to a colt, lloyd
asked how much it was, and was told
$:io, Hoyd said he would pay it when In
got ready. Rogers said something to
the effect that an honest mail would pay
it, when lloyd retorteil that an honest
man would not charge that much for
what Rogers had done.
Rogers cocked his pistol, which he had
in his hand and fired, and then struck
llovd on the face with his pistol, lloyd
tell and tired lit his assailant. Rogers fell
on lop ol lloyd and the latter asked ohn
to take him off. John did so,
I., p. hkksk's accoi nt.
I.. I-. Reese, who was with Rogers,
told a story which was substantially the
same as that told by the others, al
though from a different Hiint of obser
vation, lie snid that he had started to
see I'r. Rogers and met him nn the road.
Rogeri told him to walk along with him,
as he was going to a tobacco barn near
there. Thev went nn and heard the cry
ssiken of by John lloyd. Rogers hal
looed and when he heard the pistol shot,
firrd his own wenMn. He said he was
going tn see who that wus and started
to run toward the sound. Reese fol
lowed him ami when he got to where
the Itoyds and Rogers were standing, the
Inner told him he desired tn have him
as a witness and then told lloyd to get
off hi land. He told him this several
times, and lloyd told him he would go
alsiut his business if he I Rogers) would.
Reese heard the conversation reieat
edly by ohn Boyd alwiut the money and
saw the firing, lie staved with Rogers
after the others left nmf ulso summoned
help. He says that Rogers lived nlMiut
three quarters of an hour, hut did not
IK'iik, The body stayed where it was
until .1 o'clock this morning, when it was
moved to the dead man's house.
Roger was married and had several
chiliiren. He was about .'III year of age
and from whut can he learned dill not
benr a first rate reputation. He was a
(ihysicinn and the onlv one in the neigh
Kirhood. This was the reason he ex
pected Bovd to call on him when needing
Boyd has been working on the farm of
J. N. W. Rogers, a cousin of the deceased,
lor some time and the two, have been
very good friends until this quarrel. He
.ays he thinks he can prove that the kill
ing was in self-defense.
lloyd waived examination und wus
committed to nil by lisqulre Summer.
Coroner Hilliard wm notified of the
shootinjc and left this afternoon to hold
an inquest over the remains of Dr.
Roger. He took with him T. W. Branch,
who will act one of the juror. The
rest will be selected there,
VorecaHl (III 8 a. m. Krldiiv
FHlr preceded bv local showers l
There were fifty-five arrivals at tilen
Mr. J. R. Monroe, lormerly a teacher in
the public schools here, is in the city,
Dick Forney was fined $.r bv the mayor
this morning for assault and battery.
Some vestless Oxford young men are
wearing snslies of bright vcllow tobacco.
There's a hint lor Asheville ho vs.
Henry Smith left this afternoon for
llinghum military school, in Orange
conntv, where be will cuter for the en
The regular monthly meeting of the
kindergarten Assoeiation will Ik- Held to
morrow afternoon at i o'clock instead of
at ,r as usual.
Stopping at the linind Central are: S.
II Simons, Virginia ; II. C. I.ntl.-i ami
wile. Hickory; ti. A. Norwood ami S. T.
Sherman, Greenville, S. C.
The cement side walks which arc being
put down in this city, would he a credit
to any place. The old brick ankle
sprainers are a back uiinilier.
Mrs, Marv Carter, of Moirislown.
Tennessee, is visiting her brother IC.J
Aston, on Church street. She is accom
oaiiied bv her daughter, Mm. Thompson
also ol Moiristown.
Registered at the SwMiiniinoa yester
day were: W. I.. Hardin, Richmond; M.
15." Harnett, Savannah; Jim. Murphy,
Louisville; J. II. Shofor, iMiddletowii,
il.; Dr. G. liinr.v Williams, Miss Ulin
Col. Frank Coxc has completed bis ex
tension ol the street railway up to llat
terv Park, ami as soon as the car com
pany gels the trolly wire up which will
probablv Ik-this atiiruoou, cars will he
run, to and Irom the hold.
Gov. Fowle has reached home from
Asheville having led there Saturday, and
having to take a circuitous route on ac
count oil lie accident on the Richmoiul
and Danville road. The Governor looks
well and feels much improved bv his so
journ in Asheville. So says the Raleigh
News and Observer.
A siccial llatterv Park ear will meet
each train, and all iicisriis who make
the trip from the hotel to the depot or
hack in mis scciui car win oc cuargen
U.- cents. The car company has the priv
ilege to charge whatever il wishes, which
will probably Ik' live cents, lor passage
up to the hotel on I lie tegular cms.
There is a place on the east side ol
South Main street Irom which a most
disgusting oiler is eonslantlv emitted.
Much complaint has been inaiie aboul it
by ieople who pass the place. The
owners have 1m-cii notified bv the sani
tary insiector to clean up and unless
tins is done tile place will Is- comlemiieil
is a nuisance.
Mrs. J. II. Grei-n. HK lika, Ala.; W. II.
Selden and wile. Washington, D.C.: Mrs.
Wm. T. Shoemaker, Ala.; John Mitrilock.
I. a.; Ch.'is. J. Payne. Kiioxiille; F. N.
M.iloiie, Atlanta. I'.u.; G. W. K. New
comb. A. J. Smith. I". S. Ogilvie. A. N.
Leaclie, New York ; W. G. Guvter ami
wile. Georgetown, S. C. were among tin
arrivals at Battery Park yesterday.
II. W. l-tilcn wider - Co. aie now can
vassing names for their business retlex
old directory of Aslievillc. The ch.-ir.ic-er
ol the book will embody much de
scriptive mailer o Ashe villc's represent
ative business industries together with a
coi reel directory ol the nanus, occupa
tion and residence ol her population,
which will contain also valuable reada
ble mutter relative to ibis section as a
health and pleasure resort ami also in
ducements ollcieil lo c.'ipilnlislsaud nian
iilacliu ing enterprises.
Ir. orlvr'n Lectures.
ItniioK Tin-: Citizi.s: The third ol a
series ol seven lectures on Kgypt nnd the
Holy Land, by the Rev. A. T. Porter, D
D.. ol Charleston, S. C, will Is; delivered
in Trinit y eliui'li I Fpiseopal I on Friday
the l -'tu at . p. tn.
Lectures nuinUr t and .r will follow
on Wednesilav and Friday of next week,
at the same hour mid place, w hile Ou
tline ol Ihe subsequent lectures will is
Feeling that it will In' a great privilege
to go with Dr. Porter over his travels
t III otigh such sacred and historic scenes.
I cordially invite all to atleml
Mc.Ni:i:i.v In Hum:,
Rector Triuitv church.
Sept. II, l.Ml.
"HHfe, CertHlu, Triumphant."
The regular young men'smcetingof the
V. M. C. A. will Ik- held to-night from X
lo X. V, o'clock, led by Mr. J. W. Myers.
Subject: "Sate, Certain, Triumphant."
1 Tim. Ll.'.-li'.; 1! Tim. 1 :1'.. iv:ii-H. Good
singing and short talks. All men arc cor
dially invited to be present.
Prom the W'llmifi Mirror.
Ami (hat delightful soread of daintiest
ami choicest edibles! How can we, with
our Kior, limited array of adjectives,
describe il? We can't; we can only sny
it was one of the most artistic tables
every set m Wilson, and loaded with the
most tempting viands that ever seduced
(he mortal niqietite, and nil yielded to
their alluring blandishments, and the ap
petising dainties ami delicacies yielded
too in their turn, and like the mists lie
lore the rising sun lliev too were missed,
for they passed into the irretrievable
w herel'oreness of the iiureeallablc gone
ness, and the table that knew them once
knew them no more forever.
Had Keen There Before,
They were sitting together in the hum
mock. She had just said "yes," and the
moon was just coming from behind a
"Darling," said he, breaking the bliss
ful silence, "much as I would like to kiss
you, there is one other thini; I would
"Why, George." she exclaimed, n penrly
tear rolling down the bridge of her nose,
"what is it ?"
"Why, have you kiss me," replied
George. And the moon very iiccnmodnt
ingly retired behind another cloud.
Visitors from New York.
Shel at the Full of flabylon, Oakland Gar
den I "Habylon llabylon I've heard
of that place. Where is it, Frank ?" He
"Huhvlon whv it's a little nlaceonthe
south shore of Long Island. Hanged if
I see where this is like it, though."
Richard Bcnbury Saunders, of Durham,
is dead, in the "7th year of his age. Cap
tain Sniindcr was well known through
out the State.
Died, in Winston, in the (tilth year of
hit age, Maj. Hamilton Smirs. Mat.
Scales wits born in the county of Rock
ingham, in January 1821, where he re
sided up to the commencement of the
Wadb Evans, the only known survivor
of the Custer massacre, is insane.
THE LYCEUM LAST NIGHT
INTIiRKHTINO AND INSTRUCT.
How a Bonded Dent Is Rewarded
by Home Members or the Ly
ceumflood Talks on Both Hides
of the Uuesllnn.
At the Lyceum Inst night Mr, W. S,
Cuslimiin was the principal sjicnker on
the subject, "Is it exiedient that the pub-
lie debt lie increased for the improvement
of the streets."
Mr. Cuslnnnn said his object in proHis-
ing this subject was more for the purpose
of calling public attention to the facts
than anything else, and that he had no
set speech for theocension. "Wccerlainly
do need street improvements," he said,
"and we will have to make them some
way or another. Over $l!0,lll)0 lias licen
exK'iuled in macadamizing the streets of
this city and what is that amount in
comparison to what remains to he ac
complished. Strangers who come here
think that work on street improvements
has not commenced. The work thut has
Ihcii done is hidden and does not show
for the monev exiiemled. Of the last ap
propriation. $10tl,0t)li, about $:i."i,
was leu aiiercoinpieiiug iiiescvters. i ins
i.ili III has now Ihcii silent on the st reel
improvements mid a large part of it for
simplv eiirrent exH'nses. Ill the entire
bonded debt $J 10,0011 which this city
now has, $lli.'i.0l)ll have Ikcii snnt for
st lift improvements, nnd the work is
hardly licgiin. liver f.i.oou lias Itccii
laid out lor sidewalks and alt we have to
show lor it ate some sidewalks that are
a disgrace to anv town. The sidewalks
need immediate attention. No town the
sie of Asheville, ami claiming what
Asheville does, has such aliomiualile
streets. It is the condition of the streets
and the dust and the mud that has lost
lor Asheville thousands of dollars. I
know (H-rsotiallv of many ieoplc who
have lelt Asheville simply on account ol
the dust. This should nut lie. We have
a cosily ststcm ol water works that can
easily supply watvreiiough to kcepdown
tlie dust. I uis state oi auairs is uoi
onlv Ihcii use ol lack of inonev, but lack
of energy ami push in those who have
charge ol loose auairs. it any more
inonev is to lie simit a committee should
lie appointed to look up these ipiestions
.iikI nave a titorougu iiiuiersiauoiiig oc
lore any action is taken. At the rate we
have been going it has liccti costing too
in mh lor the return we gel. and unless
some change is made it is more than we
can stand in the liiture.
"The onlv wav to accomplish any
thing is to borrow money, ami have
it sH-nt in such a manner that we will
have something to show lor it. Making
improvements by degree is too slow.
Make as maiiv iiiioiovemrnls bv the use
ol taxes as Missible, but to make im
provements that will amount to any thing
the t-it v must borrow monev."
Mr. T. C. West.dl said: "The first duty
ol a man is to iuipiove his home. We
need improvements here, and we need
tin-in badly, and the only way to get
than is to bond the city. Persons who
oppose a public debt may Is- as bontst in
llkir convictions as those who favor it.
hut thev a iv mistaken in their opinions.
A eitv never makes a mistake bv in
creasing its debt. The only mistake that
is posMhle is the placing ol the money in
Ill IMS) Aslkvillc was clear ol debt. A
proHsal to bond the city for $u,ono
was violently opHiscd by some of the
IHople. That was n great deal more to
them than $J 1-0,0011 is to us now. The
wav affairs are now we could raise the
debt $100,000 or SJimi.ihki and hardly
Iccl the increase.
"It is a noticeable tact that the largest
mil most prosiH-rous cities have the
largest debts. 1 here is not one bit of
danger ill a bonded debt. If we want to
keep on oooining, we must increase the
public debt. At present there is no
monev ill the treasury to buy curbing.
M.inv H'ople would hcglnil to build side
walks 111 front of their homes, but it can't
lie done until the curbing is put down.
It is accessary to bond the eitv ill order
lo make hcuiiuav."
Mr. Chedister thought the preceding
gentleman had looked at only one side ol
the iiestmn. Ami liieml ol the Hior
man he didn't think it was right to tux
K-oplc on the outskirts of town for im
provements which weie of licm-tit onlv
to the centre of the eitv. He thought
that another $100,000 would go I la
wny the last had gone and we would
have very little to show for it. In hit
opinion lite next appraisement of limn-
erty would show 11 valuation of $soo,-
, instead ol $.'loo,ooii, which is now
the valuation ol pros-rty in tbiscily and
ill 'I the taxes from that would be sulli
cicnt lor nil. He said he worked for the
last appropri ition, but he would never
vote ngHiu lor an increase ol public debt
Mr. Chedesler was followed bv Mr,
II. II, Stevens, who gave a talk in favor
ol bonding the cities, but thought it
would Ik' a good idea to wait awhile
and see how the present brick pave
ments were going to last Isrforc putting
down anv more.
Mr. Gaines also gave nn interesting
talk and said the growth of the eitv
should Is all from the centre.
Gi:si:ki. Siikkman and his dmightur
11 re visiting Saratoga.
Wholesale Prices on Fruit Jars.
Ily the box only: ipuirts, 7." cents per
ilo.en; one hall gallons, uti cents clown.
Cash onlv. No'V is the time to make
up clubs, and save monev. Always low
est prices at Law's, on South Main St.
To insure change of advertisements
running on regular contract, copy must
lie handed in ov ID o clock u, m.
A Bad Railroad Wreck
occurred several days ago on one ol oir
most important trunk line. Nolsiih
hurt hut nil the baggage except the
Roller-Trny Trunks was smssiien up,
Buy one. Sold bv dealers. Made bv II,
W. Koiindlrcc & ilros., Richmond, Va.
MuMr. P. K. Melntvre, who I well
known for his superior workmanship,
and Mr. C. IS. Moody, who sell the very
liest brands of Portland cement, have as
sociated themselves to mnke a specialty
nl Inviuiz concrete sidewalks nnd are lire
pared tn take contracts tn do inch work
111 the very best mnnner. Otfice 110 Pat-
ton 11 venue, telephone 0 and 73.
A New Road lo Bliss.
If you are wise nnd wish to become
healthy and wealthy also, yon will use
Roller King or Flcctric Light flour; lie-
cause the Asheville Milling Company'
Hour Is not only the nest nut tttecnenncst.
A Ureal Hchento.
We call attention to the advertisement
of Skvhmd Spring where Mr. Miller
oilers 1MI in Hoard at either hotel in
Skylund virtually free. This is a novel
way of bringing into notice a new resort,
and while it is a very lilieral offer It will
pay in the end, a all Judicious, advertis
ing will. This offer has already crowded
both hotel at Bkyland Spring and
brought into notice the fine mineral
Real Kslale Transfers.
The Nntlnnsl Hsnk of Asheville to
1. K, Jours and II. . Ilarklns,
lot on Main and New streets. U.I
Adrlia 8. Worth to I'. I'. Melntlre,
lot on Merrimon avenue 10 u
Carter l.nnr l.oiio.oi)
H. 8. llarkins und wife anil J. K.
lone and wile to Prank l.onull-
ran. lot on Main street artxlilil... 1,000.00
Joseph Logan to J. A.Muriloen.ini
on HllflrrlirMntl and White I'inc
streets 7!!0 oil
Index lo New Advertisements.
V sTsn X, eitlien iilHee.
Lost I'irat National Hunk
Wantkii II. H. I... Cltiirn 1 nlice.
Kali. Dhhsmkm Mrs. Ilnllyhurtiiii.
Some nrst ela fowls Plymouth Hoik
Brahma or l.t-KhortiH. Answer In
scplllilriiil.il- X . Ultima llllicc.
Tn hurrnu ntimil !. HMO. M-fiiml liV lirl
cl hh rail rut nn- worth KHi.nno; iiImii ;mn,
nvurvd hy unotm-r iHiit ti rati i-nuuc. ah
drr H, It I,.,
A nntiirnl unntl tHi-k iilorin mlk itinhrt'lla,
I'liiclt-r will coiiUr iHvur Uy UiiviiiK nl I'irnl
Can I'liinlsli Ladles Their
cheaper than 1110 oilier house, as she i.-al
with thrlarceal h-.ie in New York All III.
latest nnvrllir ia Trimmings furnished.
South Main street. sent I dill
Two ennilortnlile rooni. with or n illmiil
Inmnl MKS. C. Ii. I r. Ii.
i-pl'liKtt .0 I'lilil Pt.
JpilH HAI.lt ASH KHNT.
I In. hnnilui.tiii- In, list- f,r sillr oil tiii
stn-el. I'licriMi iiiilicatioii. Tlin-c Ii-oimh
lor rent. I-KHIHIKU K lU TI.I I'HI!.
acptlnil.'tt, Kt-al listu i' -aki-iii
" rED ERICK RUTL EDO E,
RKAL ICSTATH Alil'.NT,
Mr ollit'i hours will lie from this lone on
I'r. -in in 1" I. Will Is-Kind to 11IK dtoioiv
tiuiur iliirim; tin se hours 1 will ll-s . is-
inv i.llit-e fill 11 ml ml Irom n to 10 ti. tn ami
from I lo 7 I will lie Kind to show anv
pr,rrt.v duriiiK those h-.urs Conn- nnd let
me show ou some luitidstinie proiierty.
. pill ill ill-
RAYENSCROFT HIGH SCHOOL.
frcparntory llonnlini; nnd lfi Sthonl fur
Bit VII. TIlC M'MKtlill Hill fiMllltll IHT 'VflllltK
iHy.Srt'trnilsrr 17 l'nr tiartkiitiirn p0 tn
KONAl.l' MAflHiNAI.I. H. A., OxTiiril,
mpf.Mttw I. . Hoi 4HI.
Teacher of Piano.
PERMANENT CLASSES NOW FORMING AT
31 Bailey tttrcct.
Huhiirhnn mtitlt iHT. onr mile from tilv nn
Mrrriintin ttvtiim riiml, hnnlottii'lv 11ml
coitiplrtilv lurnihnl nml ciiiitN'il ; riihtiit'
vlrw; txttnuivr KniiilHlM; two irrn ivrn-
: wfiiiir itnr'irn: iiurMsi ami vtnuifn 11
lt'irt-il. riMtKitiii uiv.'ii of Novt-mlKT.
i ivtt-r fHvti nil. in Niimno r 011 1 would
imiKc N'rntjiiK-tu nrrnnut'iiu nt wiin vnny
it-win ml; 11 winter iriH-nv ininx-
M-t'lOlllltl I II. I."1. K ihi. n.rj.
A 1'iH-krtlMiok t'untnlnini; $l".,iaomrwh'r
tfiwcrn Kiiy'n ttinlili nnil W Iltiiry's ttlU
nml Mr. J, C'nntiilirll'H ntitt'nti im llavuootl
trrrt. The follow tnn )'K-r wtrt- In tlu
huolt : I'.'cd liill. Utlrm hih! lln fc tht.k.
nf J tritt piiMiiiu ln m p. nnil 11 way liltl
from Colmiitiun, o. Anynnr rtturninu hum I
t k with tin- money Will mtivc n n-
wnnl II. ?. n ii.km.v
MitHllw At WiMiillniry N Stnlili.
VI Kit NT.
II out with . roinni nml ." mn limit on
lUavrrilntit roml, I ia in id fmii Conn
Hiliinre. Apply to C. S C"l'i;K. -n thr
pre mint'. miuL' ,'lif
Dr. B. F. Arrington,
HI R.KOM fag"3i IU-NTIHT.
Pillinii teeth it niMtiiiltv. 11N0 trt'Htinu rlitv
fnsrl Riimii, nnil till ilit-n- tirrtiiinittu In
ine tirntiii Mirm tmc. tniuf ronnt mi I'ai
Ion ii venue, over Knmr it Smith ilmu
At 1AH Chr-Ntnut irrel . Inrur Houm with
well vrntllntrtl rounm. hot nml vuUl Imth.
clnnt-ti, Ate. Hiyh lHHtiuii, nmr vnr line.
rinhi loditor. AppU to
nepDdHrw1w r II. Htiturhnm.
Kitl- fur five hnnilriil :u font nml tnc hun
(In (I itl.fout iMili'Hilt liveretl ly Hipt. IMth nl
Aahevllle frHxht ikpit. lolc tn lie relril,
Nonntl nnd atrniKht, nml li Imhm in di it me
ter nt tup. Adilrt-HN
A. J. LYMAN,
sriilttttKwIw Asheville, N. C.
STEAM BAKED BREAD
J. B. Harrington!.
K. H. BR1TT,
STONE CONTRACTOR & BUP.DER,
Aim grading- of all kinds done. All orders
promptljr filled and work guaranteed. Can
h found at all times at llmhutn's Cotton
Iir. C. A. Ilnrratt having decided to Im ale
in Ashrrlllr, has lorn elected Onanist anil
Choirmaster nf Trinity Church, He is pre.
pared In give lessons on the Organ, Piano,
forte, Violin and In role, culture : will nlso lie
oien to engagements as cundnetor of Or
chestral or Choral Moctetlcs. I'or terms ap
ply to HH. OAKRATT,
scptNdlw SI ration Avenue.
Oold, ailrer, I Tory, Oak, Ollt and Comhl.
nation Mouldings. Also Room Moulding..
Pictures Matted, Mounted and Framed at
lowest price, and work guaranteed. Kngrar-
lng, Painting, and Local Views always on
M S. Main St., Ashc-llle.
Buy Llndftcy'a Guide Boot;
to W.N. C rriccascttw
BALLARD, RICH & BOYCE,
Stove and Tinware.
PLUMBING, GAS AND STEAM FITTING, SLATE
AND TIN HOOFING.
PAINTS Mini Ol I.J.
THE PASTEUR FILTER,
IN A I.I. SIMS I'nK I AMII.V
AMI lllll i:i. I SI!
;iiiiri.iiu-n lo lc lii-riu IT.iof.'
Al.l. SlHa KHI'T IN STUCK.
in Tiinsi; m:i!im:
At It i iiiitortmit to iihi- onl tin- lu-o) inti-
trrinl lor Sitlruiilk-i. I havr iirrniiK'il to kit-p
in tttl mi ii" in hiv work the i-elt-hriti-l
IIKANM' nl' I.I-IKMW I'tiRTI.Wh CH-
MICNT, wliiih l iixt'il hiruelv for thai put
Pom, ami in prrfrn-nee to ninny tither Uiml.
in NISW MiKK, CIIICAril, ST I'AI'l..
MINNKAIMM.IS. IHfTKiHT . M5W UN
l.lvANS. ST. AtV.t'STIXi: AU orill'.K
CI rii:S LctttTM from thcr pln.v 1mwlnt!
it to Ih- mmli KtiNrior lo the lir;itnU onli
n:irily ihhiI hir.- ami i.iiiiiimi.TU nn to it
oiKTior ipi,ilit will Ik honn to iinvom
C. K. MOODY,
onicv No. ,) Patloii Avcnuf,
TKI.KI'lliiNII Nil. 40.
Vnrd and Wanrhous.- nrur I 'root Tele
viunviuM AiniinnsiiMhwrs. .
ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1890.
In oiiunlities not less tlinii one ton at factory.
ilil-s not less thuii one hall loll at luclory c,
,-iou poiiinls, ;ui tickets, in pound, each
mill no " 1"
...... o .jm " -jn '
.0c. ier hundred.
Too ' i-'S
Tr.o " 111
1000 in "
It HCII- ,,, ,. "p.---
our oilu-e lor cash or tieki is
...... n im
100 " 0.110
kiiKcsiiiul iinnuunlit.r of ice may be olitnlned from drivers and at
ii kc is.
Asheville Ice & Coal Company.
Telephone No. 36 and 40. No. 30 Patloii Avenue.
JMSST ANTIIKAC1TE COAL
I'm sulc ill Wholesale nnd Hctull tiy
ASIIKVII.LK ICE AND COAL COMPANY,
Telephone 36 and 40.
Hm lusire Annua 1 1 loiuestie und Steam I tor Western North Carolina.
I.IIWIM MAIIIH'X. I'n-s L. P. MCUHUl, Vlc-e-Pres. . U. RANKIN, Cashier
iHMKiTiiss:- Lewis Miuldiii, M J lleurden, M.J. I'nuK, J. Ii. Knnkin, J. B. May, J. 11. H.. .1
tl. II. Keeil, lleo. S Powell. C. M Mel.oud.
-WESTERN CAROLINA BANK,
llrKunlnd May 1st. Ihhm.
C A PITA L. $5(),(X)(). S U R PLU S,$20,(K M
Htatcf County and City DcpoHitory.
IMhh h lUni-ral Mittikinit Hiuincwi. Ik-pimita mvlvcd. UxihanKV bought and anil. im.
IrctiotiN iUHlr on nil lUHt-UHlhlr (Miintn. Thr 8nvin Pruturv will receive uprcinl nttrntion.
I In nil mittifl In thia ilipnrtmrnt, ilvpnaitrd for four month or longer, in term t nt thr rnf-
01 4 tier cent. cr annum will lr pniil.
8Ktinl Mttcniion iriven tn lonn nn real ritntc. which will be plnccd for lon time on rial
mo nn Mr ti-rtnn.
open from It t nt. to ;t p. in, tin Hnturlit.vn the Saving Ik'pnrtmcnt will htniientill it p.m.
inn 1 ill v
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
217 Haywood Street.
All WATI R THOROI VHLV FILTERED on the Prcmltc.
Twrnty-fivr yrnrn ot prncticnl rxH-rirncr, conitilnnl with rKRRONAL attention to nil tit
tailn nf the lmninnit nnd pcrlrvt nrrnncemi-nU fr C1.RANI.inrm and PlfniTT of atl Rood
mnnntnctuml, ran I tie the proprietor to present to hin numrroua patrons a u peri or clan ol
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphon.
Hinder Ale and all the various flavors of KnhA WATKK ready for shipment and dvllverrd
free in City limit.. Out of town onlersmust hnvc sssponsihi. reference.
C. H. CAMPBKLL.
ComiHiiituI Oi vsrn und Mcillcnleil HnUam
VaMir ha. proved more succc.sltil In thrlmil
ment of ditca.es ol the nose, Ihrnnt nml luuits
than all other renirdie. eoiutilneil. It M-ldu.n
lails In any rase of Asthma. Wr have cured
ninny H-oilr In the lour years we have been
in Asheville ho had ulvra up nil hoe. Call
at oiirofllie nnd i will give you thrlrnamrs
We nlno make a sis-clalty of diseases of the
rectum. If you nee nAlleted w ith Pile, come
and net relief. No imln or loss of time from
liii.lnrsa Hellef olitnlned at once, and no
return, a. we make a radical cure.
II A I. SAM AMI OXVI1KN III1MU TKIIAT
We have s home trcntnirnt that Is very rf
feetlve In all disease, of the nlr iiiiNsuue. We
hnvc nrrsrrllsnl hundrnl. nf these home
trratmrnl. nnd sent them In every Stale in
the I'nion and some wonderful cure, hnvr
A small pamphlet, descriptive nf A.heville
and al.11 riplalnlnit our treatment, lent free
on application. Alan a Hat of iiie.llon. soe.
with each pamphlet that everyone should
have larinre sending lor home treatment. The
iiueatinna when properly answered ennhle us
tn make a cmret dlano.l. of each eaM,
Wc have treated many hundred cam with
the Compound Osydrn and Balaam and have
never had a east to havs hrmorrhsMC from
Inn, after taking the treatment.
Hiin't let yonr prejudle. keep y.il awav.
hut come anil einmlnc for yourself. Ilctter
aerifiiT prejudice than your life. Consult
Office over Coaliy's Irwclry Mtorc, near
Orand Central Motel, I'allnn Avenue, Ashe,
vllle, N, C.
T. J. IIAKUAN, 11. D.
A BUILDING LOT OR ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS IN HOTEL BOARD FREE,
In the New and Orowinic Mountain Rcnort,
(Nciir A she villc, X. C , ami adjoining the Vjuukrltilt ICntntc. )
Vonrehoiiv nf any lot in the plot for $loo. You icet a Warranty Oeeil
1 title iH'tircti nn-l a receipt for $inn, K ith ten eoupotiH iittm-hed, eaeh eou
pun tor $ lo Thcw cimpotm are kihmI iir $tu each in payment for board nt
anv nl the hotelH In hkylnml.
IIothi. St Ahm m open now. I
IImtki. ioKtiiiiT iiMii mi jKntt' front Uit to $4M ier month.
I'avii.io Mit oi.iH-iiti: iiHtlt I
Thi ftiiiiinti an g hm pir three year iro-n their ilntenml are transferable.
Therefore. iiiimiv $KMMor your i In nee of a lientitifiil buililiiiK lot ; ymi
get the liii n I luii-k in boanl ; vou hnw thiee yearn to tin no in ; you Van
mII the emipo n In Mime one ele if . ou tb not tie the ut ; nml nt ir iK-lnre the
end ol time yearn vour l t will lie worth from $Moo to $duo or more.
OTIS A. MILLER
Take Trillil Out al .! A. M. Fare i Cviils) r llrlvc Houlh 8 Miles.
I'Klili KI'Ti I'.lir.l-:. City Aa-ciii. Um I'ntlon Ave.
HOTEL" ARMOND-HOTEL BONNYCREST
SKVLAND MINERAL SPKINC.S, N. C.
l-:iKlil MIH-a H011II1 of Ashnllle, on the A. & H. RaHroad.
New hotels, new etittau.s, new furniture, iM-ootilul urovrs.ncnt lennia and croquet lawn.,
48 MINERAL SPRINGS.
White Sulphur, Alum. Miif:mia, li-m nml i:p.oiii. Thone Reeking health nnd pleasure na-l
Melcel MN-tetywtll not lad to viit that plenoint rr-nrt and tlrink of It healing wulri
K. A. LeVENE,
npr.i dtr MaiiRKcr.
AhIicvIIIc, N. C.
Near PaHHeii((er Depot.
P. A, DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Munulucliinrr. and Healers In all kinds of llrcsnc d
L U1IIBE R, '
Door, Haith, HllndM, Moulflliiicf, Ntairwork, mantels). Bank
and Bar kVI-turen, and all kinds) or Building Material.
Hard Wood Lumber Work a Specialty.
nov 14 dtv Tr ir phone No. ao.
WK ARE GOING TO MOVE
TO NO. 31 NORTH MAIN STREET ABOUT AUGUST 17,
And until that dale will sell all k Is at III h r erul. on cost. Vou will do well lo take ad
vantage of the low price..
Just see our larue Towel at lUIti els nml la Imppy. liir IIU iiieli Talde Linen Ht 4H ets.
Ihm't forclt Look out nnd look Int
AHheville Dry Goodtt Co..
I. O. H'lWHUL. Mamin
SCHLIT'S MILWAUKEE BEER,
Celebrated the World Over for itt Purity.
We deliver to all part, of the dtjf onr own Kottlln Ksnort Beer at
ONE DOLLAR PER DOZEN.
liur larer la V pt at a lrni-rnturr of 40 drKreea and wc annrantee you a fresh article st
nil limes. 1'IIM TKAIIU Mlfl'I'I.IHU I'HOM
V WINE AND .. LIQUOR , STORE .
I1H THIC HXATTaK
FINE SAMPI.I: AND BILLIARD ROOM.
f. 4. NtHUI'HRIIT. M'w'r. I NO. 43 S. MAIN ST., ASHEVILLE. N. C
..I'OR HALIC BV
BUNCOMBE BRICK & TILE COMPANY,
AHheville, N. C. P. O. Box 4-.
Dealer In Wall Paper, WludowHhadcaund Patent Uanirvr,
Paints, Oils sad Varnlahes, Masnrjr'i allied Paints and Color. Window mass, hntl
French and America
W keep stock t. Loul.aad Kentucky Leal.
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