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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: SATURDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 25, 1890.
THAT TERRIBLE MURDER.
IT BEGINS TO LOOK LIKE A
FIRE AT MAI. BREESE'S.
ismn iLi.ti AOvwrisKMiixrs.
ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1890.
HnrecsHl till 8 a
AN INl'ENUURV KVIKKNTI.
Rnoda Bald to be mill Allvo and
Cooking for Jas. Garrets, la utile
oatn of Aahevllle Morrliton Ar
rested and Released.
It now begins to look ai II the murder
of Mri. Rhoda Morrison by her husband
Henry T. Morrison, was a story mini".
factored out of whole cloth.
The information contained in the circu
lar issued by the Pinion Detective agency
and offering a reward of $500 lor the nr-
rest oi Morrison come into the posse
ion of John Murray, ol Cunc Creek , in
the southern part of this county. Mur.
ray communicated the facts 10 Joe. 12.
Young, who lives near him, and they
saw near their home a mini nnsweriiiR
the description contained in thecircnlur
The man was at work for Jn. Onrren
The two men found bint yesterday morn
ing. It turned out to be Morrison nml
he was immediately placed under arrest
by them. The prisoner was brought In
Asheville yesterdny alternoon and placed
He was seen by Tim Citizks shor'ly
after being brought to town. Morrison
is a small man and has the appearance
uf a white man, although he says he h;i
negro blood in him. He snvs that about
a month ago he and Khutla, who bv tin
way he says is not his wife, enme run
from Abbeville county, S. C. with Jim
Sullivan, Rhoda's hall brother, nml hi
wife, who is Morrison's sister. Sulli
van's wile is about as light ol complex
on as her brother.
Morrison snvs that Sullivan married
Rhoda about four years ago ; and when
he loun.l that she was his half sister thev
separated. Khodn and Morrison then
began to live together and MorrisonV
sister and Sullivan did the same.
After coming to Ashevnle, Morrison
savs, Sullivan did not want him to livt
with his half sister, hut she wanted tu
stav with him. On t he Sunday prect ditn.'
the Thursday on which Morrison and
Khoda disappeared, the former was :ii
Jim Whiteside' and according to tin
story told in the jail he was Ik-iiu-ii b
Sullivan who is the larger man of tin
two. Khoda, he says, tried to defend
As to the disappearance Morrison savs
that he saw that Sullivan would not let
him alone if he and Khoda staved hen
and for that reason he left here Thin s
day night. He says he chose the uigin
because he did not want Sullivan l
know which way he went. Ili story v
the route is the same as that told by Jin
Whitesides in yesterdiiv's Citizkn.
Morrison says that the reason lie to),
Oilrcath the' story about having
carved the negro was that he michl gi
away without having to pay Ins hoaro
bill, as he had no money. The coupl.
walked to damn's. Morrison says In
can prove where he ami Khoda have Uei
almost continuously since they lelt Ik vi
and that she is now cooking for Mi
tiarren. He says he did not know wh.f
the men who arrested him wanted, bu.
says that he knew he was innocent
any crime and tilt that he could prov
his innocence if he trot justice.
Young, one of the men w ho inaiie tin
arrest, says that Morrison was ipiii-t
and made no show ol resistance viui
arrested. He savs that the prisoner ilu
not seem to understand what the arrcs:
was lor. Mr. Young also savs thai
there was a woman with Morrisoi
whom he called Khoda.
Morrison was released from jail li
order of solicitor Carter, a short whili
after beinc out in, because of having m
charge against him. He left iinincoiateK
lor Lane Creek, apparently ipute juyiii
about bis release.
Now when 's Sullivan ?
MR. I.OCKK 1'R.llli
A Speech by Him at Hie Court
The young men's democratic club met
in the court house last night. It was an
nounced to the club that Hon. VY. T
Crawford, who had been invited by tin
west ward club to sank here to-night
was unable to come.
Mr. Locke Craig who hud been ap
pointed to address the club, then stsik
Mr. Craig went for the Mckinley Inn
with (gloves off. and said it has increased
inc price oi mr necessaries oi inc. i in
bill, he said, was passed in order tore
imburse such men us VVanatnnker and
others who had sikiiI money in tin
election ot 1 HUM. Mr. Craig said that
the republican party was not organized
to free the slaves, but that the abolition
of slavery was due to the northern item
ocratic party. He stated that the demo
cratic party of the north had, alter tin
war, held out the hand of sympathy.
wuilt tne repuiiliciin party has ile
nounced the south.
aMr. Craig said that the l-'urei
bill meant that the republicans wanted
to bold the country by using the bayonet.
and spoke ol eh mice, saving that he
would do the Ix-st he possibly could lor
T. R. Randolph, of Cooier's, wascalleii
n alter Mr. Craig concluded, and mailt
a short talk in which he SHke highly ol
cu Vance anil saiu irawiord would Ik
livery Church In Aahevllle Should
be Kepreacnted In Thin I.IhI.
First Baptist Church Services at 11
a. m. and 7.30 p. m., by the pastor, Kev.
W. A. Nelson.
French Broad Baptist Church Kev.
I. M. Wilhurn, will preach at 1 1 a. m
and the pnstor, Kev. J, L. Curroll, ai
North Asheville Methodist church,
Divine service at 1 1 o clock conducted by
the pastor, and 7:30 p. m., by All
invited to attend.
Trinity Episcopal Church Holy com
munion at 7.30 u. m., morning service ut
1 1 o'clock, evening service at o o'clock.
Sunday school and Bible class nt U.3U
Riverside Methodist church Divine
service Sunday morning ut tt o'clock.
conducted by Rev. W. M. Kerr, at 7:30
p. m., by tbe pastor. All invited to at
First Presbyterian church Kev. VY. S.
P. Bryan pastor. Divine worship to
morrow at It a. m. andH p. m. Sabbath
school at B.80 a. m. Young people's
meeting at y.io p. m.
Central Methodist Episcopal Church
South Sunday school at 9:30 a. in,; and
preaching at it a. m., and 8 p. m., bv
the pastor, Rev. S H. Hillinrd. Cordial
invitation to all, especially to young men
and strangers in the city.
Death af J. M. ration.
1. M. Patton died suddenly at his home
near Pigeon River, Haywood county, yes
terday about noon. Rheumatism of the
heart caused bis death. Mr. Patton was
about 60 years of age and leaves a wile
aad two children. lie was well known
through this section. Tbe funeral will be
t Pigeon River to-morrow afternoon.
Miss Lillian Arnold, daughter of Kev
1. 1). Arnold, h.is returned Irom Rich
A. D. Freeman was fined $10 in the
mavor's court tins morning lor carrying
a instol, I wo drunks were tilled $o
Luther Martin was aircsted iliismorn
ini! charged with stealing a watch clmiu
and some money Irom Thos. C. Gudger
Dr. V. A. Nelson returned Yesterday
alternoon from Hiyson Citv where lie
has been attending' the Western North
Carolina Baptist convention.
The electric light that hns been in front
of J. li. Dickerson .S: C'o.'s store, on court
sijuare was moved this morning to tbe
ptile III the centre ol tne siU.ire.
Criminal court convenes in this city
Monilav. 1 here are two caintal msrs
on the docket: . W. L. 1'ratt, charged
with the killing of Hunk Meliitne
Jim. Milster and William Until, ch.iigid
with killing lr. Rogers.
The hour ol the goHucI meeting lor
young nun at the Y. M. C. A. on Nmil.i
ilternoous has been changed to 4:1
o'clock. All men are coidi.dlv invited I
Ixr present. 'I he suWecl lo-morrow wiil
lie "Humble, but ItuiHirliiiil." Malthe
Kev. Ir. HlaekAtll wlio has Ik-en
preaching at the Chnti..u church Uii-
week, leu lot Ins Home in Augusta. .
this morning. I he congivaiioit ol tin
Christian enuieli lierc have given him ai'
urgent call to come hercatidM-iveastlK-ii
IK'rinaneiit pastor, lie is now coi.sidu
nig the call with a n oliabdny ol accept
A circular readiuu as mllows has bcui
put out lo-dav : " 1 'iiblic Sinal.ii.g '. Mai.
vV. V. Kollins, rcpreseiitative of our na
tive, and Mr. I'. A I c im us. represent..
tive ol our foreign biboiiug men. will ad
dress their allow cili.:n:s of Hiiucoini e
aiunty at the com t house- in t his city on
the evening ol Monday, Ueiohcr 7ih.
Shaking will Kgm promptly at 7:.!"
Work lor IIm.
Mr. li. H. Lewis, principal ol the Aeao
my street graded seiiool lias Uen e
,-agcd to take charge ol the jnaior ii
partinenl ol the Voting Men's Christian
Vssociatioti and will conduct gymiiasiuii'
cluss dribs in the association eaeii Mm.-
lav. Wednes.lav ami liul.it .men n-
at 4.3 o'cioik, cotiiinciiciug iu I Mi-i
ia. Ail nu-iir-cr oi tins dip.irtiiicai
ire reoiiesiid to be piiMhl at ia.,t tin.. .
Ilovs netwcell the ai;is ol ten and hllcci.
may Ik-coiiu- uicnilivrs by paying the to
uu.il ice oi J winch will entitle ti.ini to
the privth ges ol the bovs' reading n o -i
iiinasitiiu ilrill anil oatn looms.
In leiiiur l Dr. XV. I.. Milliard.
Hall s wws.'a ..--.-.. t
.o. to, K -i ,i ,
A.llttll't. N i . I'.l -o. I
Whrnuv lu.tli li. i- n..uii moiio. ..ut
l.ouui ami r, iiiu.t i t-i tin i.i.iit l. li .'t.
u;tl. imr cM' . in-.. nml iiuit .at -l m I , .it,. .
uolu-.ii i-i .ititiur. It. u.l. iht.t.itl.
1 lliri-lori- !..- . i ., i ti.tl .H.i .t an
itain cani-a ii"ti o lu.-utii mi i ol .,
t,rolt:et. i li'-i lit ! "-a i" i In- --nil. an-,
.il.ll at 'i-r a mil - iH- .a li. man .11,11 toil. In
.it .a-l at ri.
KiM'l.iil. i nut in tlir ... .it h . .t i.i - lit ,.th
kin L-'ilf lia i mi, i una..., -i.itu . tun
Ill IS . Oil. Illlltl.lt - It, I.I II. iUHl l.il.lll., illil.
lllUt M O i li.l lo I t' l,t.i..i. ol o.ll -it 'li'.
..otUii. -iir Mil in -i.i, i li iii on lu
ll iur.t t tic 1 1 nu .it ii .t t.
hcHuUc-i i ilu im -c r. -oiuti n In -n.i't
it nun ,.ur linn II lc; n . t-p.. ol ill' tn '- ill ...
ilu- litiiu o. on ili.i.i-t.t nil. lluil a ui.
Mil 111-111.1 ' In t.l. iar Willi .. r. ui
that tn.v .ttiil,.li iln- -.o.i..
hi--ciiuiii .ir-Hi. -1. a tu i M A.
li r Mu.l. no-.
M i i k i.. in ; O'tn
I. A . CI W UlN''.. I
III Mvmorv til .Lihii-h I'urstiin.
i'ak l.i i A rill. sue c i.i lit
A-.ni-n.li. . c .ml o, J-...,,, i
Whiri-a., Ta t. caili Iln- lion i.ll.va u -on
iiHiini lu m-aiiii tin- l.i nl n iU.ntii.
Ki...lv,il. That in the ltntli.il our hrolhit.
JUIIllH Clllftitl. Ml'll.iV lo-t II k tlllll ,1-. -lilK-l .
.in- v hi, v at. ,-.lili una ujl.tli.c in ln insil
ni-r : upri lit mill li.ii.u, wuli- in Ins mi uiu.
ciiiir.i-tiu- ill liu.iiHt..
kitt.ilvt'il. l ti.it ie i-ktctul tu tin- lintil'y ol
tiiirili-i-.ui.eu nrtiitnr. our tli-ip Hiup.,ia ut
tin- ar.nt uir.uviiiii-iil limi luo I'tnn u,
Kesitlvril. That llime r-ln li. m l,c u
ti-rcil upon tin- inuiutc fl tin-clti'i , n c.
i-tii to thi mini y tn In- dt ct- ii.l. mu. a .-t.i.t
-iinlisiuU lltrc-ly unp-M null u inpu.t tnu.
tlli- pulilli.il tin K.iun-
Ki j.i t-l nil v nut itnlli-il,
k. r. i k I
I' A Ci iuis-., . com.
C. K lKI I
111 KIM.KN .MITH I-..
Mi-t- tlie lliiru'ilii Tulile
At Law's lull ol goods marked at les
lllau hall price, (lno-ls at .1 cents to ,",n
ifuls. Ah lit. I regular goods are ls.-iiiL
llf"The 'illii" col ncr Haywood imr
College streets now i-h lor w inn i
hoarders, Keltlieil timl rc'nruisiteil.
livcrytluug lirst cla.-s. net. Ii'nl.'.c.
e-T'IIats trim nli ! c'nanr at Mrs. Hal
l,n ti-in h than any otiicr l ice in thi eity
liouuvts stauiHi anil luuiilslii uuitcl
suits. Cliililien's bonnets made lo order
A Hurt Hiillrond Wreck
iKTiined several days ago on one ol nip
most important trunk lines. Submit
hurt but all the baggage except tin
Koller-lray 1 ranks was smasheil up
liny one. Sold bv dealers. Made bv II
VY. Kntiniltrce & llms., Kichtiinuil, Ya.
How to Travel.
It is often hard to decide w hat route to
take w hen starting on a trip. In order
to travel with ease, comfort, in style anil
unlet v, always take the bullous (.incin
uiili, Hamilton & I lay I on K. K. Thev
have the finest road bed in the worhi.
Kun 4 passiuger trains a day la-twccn
v.iticinnali, Indianapolis, t. liieauu, Day
ton, Toledo anil Detroit. The I'ldliniin
Velvet Vestibule Line, with I'arlor ami
Dining Cars, and I'tillmiin Velvet Vesti
bule Sleepers. When going North, North
west or West, lie sure your tickets read
via the C. II. & D. K. K, Any agent can
sell you, or write to
Vi. A. Wn.iiivs,
Southern I'ass, Agt.
I'. I). Mux i'M, Chattanooga, lenn
Ptirninhrrf hoimv. Ccotriil t.orntlnn. All
ImnrovctncntB, T rm on nnpli ailm A
ply IVJ I'ATTwN AVIiNI'K
A nicr hfiuir, trn roinnn vonvrntrntlr utiaa
trd i imr view, nnd nit nv uf the lit't MtnTtR
Inthcvlty. Api-I tu IIOX
SPECIAL LOW RATES TO ALL POINTS.
All trftnuHi'tlunR guarinifTd.
Rrllftbt Information cheerfully (irnliihrd.
Accident tutu ranee Imiurd.
W. M. CLARKE,
Ornnd Crntruf Hotel.
The Flee atarted In a Mmnll Clone!,
but KxtlnitulMhed Before Much
Uiiiuaife la none.
An incendiary fire wns again discover
ed in the residence of Maj. V. E. Hrcese,
near Biltuiore, today, about two o'clock.
The fire was in a small closet on the
second floor of the house. Some soiled
wearing apparel was mi the flour of the
closet, and several burnt mulches were
found on the floor. The clothing was
burnt sutnrn hat, and the inside of the
door, and the washboard on the inside
nl the closet were deeply charred.
The lire was discovered by Mr. Hreese's
little daughter, whose attention was
first attracted by the smell of smoke.
She screamed, and J. F. Mason, who has
been hired on the place since last spring,
mil who was near ilu- house, responded
and put out the flames.
Mr. Ureese who was in thcCnaild opera
house nt the speaking, was called home
by telephone from Mis. Hrcese, whoarose
from a -ick lied to call lor help, anil was
lollowcii Py u uinn''cr of t he mciuliers ol
the Swatiiiauoa club. There wan some
lecliiig shown against Mat-on iiiponu
some ol tile members ol the club, I - it i
Maj. Hrcese thinks it ctttir'.bi unjust.
I'mtcrcHM ol Ki'itlMtrullwii.
The total registration in the two wards
if the i-iiv at 3 o'clock to-day wasLMOl.
Die cast ward lv...k showed S.13 names,
."ni.'l white .mil -lol! loloieil. lathe west
w .nl the number is 1 1 Ml, StiK while and
Inili'x lit Xt-w AdvcrtlNV-niviilH.
l-'itH Hi nt Hon lass.
i-iin s.M.K -c I-' ::u..
I ki.-ii . lu c'. li u.t.il i
Sri ci ti. I i:i i:i;n i-ii S van-'
l-'iiu ki sr IL'U' I'ntt ii iiit-niii-
Twi'iilv litail r hor-i't ami h hIih. Anpl
it k 1 lifimr hinisf, iut.-m ci'tnuy irm
ii 1 1 Ik' i'
ml i hi-' It.
AliplicV iiinii lor ui attttittani tn takt
h.ti.t oi iiiuittit i W'tiitiatt'M I'At'liantjt- A: -
jiiuiiii a uii-f lie let ai Mrt. .i itu land -
I n iiti.i iK-lorr noun
AN I'l l.
ytiulttiiiin. net' -irt. of t i.tM-tuf iti ti
. i .., inii .iht'itv Mr-t tlajt- iiMiii.iji r
.ilt -in. iti iio1('. U t- r ilt',snli.T ami r. ha
I. tU m t otdlt' ill -iiCMllr Anv n;
mill ii';n ot tiitliv ilniil ho, an iki ail Hi
1 ti.. tti nt to iw a ii. an m.iv ;tilitni
i' v ii si., x nii:k,
No " itnu 1 1 lmt, Hvaiinali, (a.
a t: till W tv L'l.
holioitlal -tiiitii ttt
Aali iU; S C.
itral uvw htatiiii 1
lim-ii, htr coal. I
i K '. HlociT,
' .North Main Sim
H'.nw in Wet Ciul'-s
i I A li:.VNl
.' n month
or II . . i.K
MERCHANTS OF WESTERN N, C,
c iii tu ny tital ut- haw su-iiirnl thv
v rvuT- ti our
ir. u. h. iu-:nky.
n h- iit our ftmni in mir -t t tiini for
iiti-nti r fur ; ami tic ko.hI- inr
SPOT CASH DIRECT.
ut an irrianil tt ituri the viry clrt
utN tiii'-n. Mr. Iltnry will aNo emit ntn
liavi-iitHhnt ti nllii t nil iitvount ilut
turrinti I'liaiikiitt: vim for your iu, ntt
rotiat-, anil m ihitij; a t'oiitniiiation nl t lit
nr. wt Ht-, vcr rjntl illy,
Vil4n. Iltiriii V Co.,
ltn)ortt t ami V liolt lri-tvr,
1 1 -'"l 1 w u it Haiti i on . Mil.
I lu- l-.illojirMM K tnara t, v itll a tinr h-
tel. will Im open in a few d:t- . Mr. Hiruun
Im t ii-c ii tiinl )t onr i mir lalT. Mr
Straii-.. the r tihi inr. louli him thrmiith
hi tit ir hot 1 1, Samr han Uerii lurnihl
nrw irotn tui tt loiiri h riir. And our Mr
I'.thlor bii hiTii vriy nuuit plra-d lth hl
Ii lt llr think the ri-vtniir.int en n not Ik-
-it-iaoiil mi' wlntr in nouth or n rth. In
l-iikinir, lu h did you itet your Kood
tatr nml ilni Whin lll you he onen ?
nhrin his iU-aatit mlle: 'l Add my
iVm-e have ttn-n at work riht nnd rtiir, and
will try nml urt thinuh in n few tiny. Will
uiveyouilur rotur, My lurge nmnitnt or
lumonirm nml tritntU Mill linrdly wntt until
I will throw often my doorntu wrleomc thrin
I hrtll tell m.ine more nliout It on Monday."
Mr HtrnuR droervrn sn-nt eredit, iind Anne
villr ntnM Ik promt tn having mh nkiUnjI
mnn fur n eiturti, tfuvcen we wloh him
Pntronicr him ; he iti rve It And Air
tune he "hull mnke, If the wlh of hi A the
rlllc well wl1tera mid frirniU.
Hurrah For the Itaropcftiit
Hold. Mllvrr, Ivory, (lk, UIU and Cotnhl.
nsllon Muulillntfs. Aliio Huom MntilillnKS.
I'lvtun-s Mnltrd, MouttUd snl Pramcd st
luwrat priits snil work snranutd. Knrn.
Into. PAlntltiKH anil Local Views always os
aa 8. Main Ht., Aahevllle.
Dr. IB. F. ArrfnKton,
t'ROKOM yg DENTIST,
I'llllna tntk a snrdsltT. also lirallns' dl-
fimril ftum., and all dliawa pertaining to
the tlental atructniv. umit rooms on i-ai'
Ion arenw, over Mayeaf Smith's drag
hut ginagtev'is uniac ovsi
A Flood of Bargains Unprecedented !
Nothing Like them Yet Named by this or
Any other Concern ! s
This wtH'k w push tin? KUten ajar and inundate the
market with valui'H hitherto unknown. Our assortment
complete, our stock unbroken. Lively times anticipated
this week at the
DRY GOODS HOUSE.
Preparations made accordingly. Keep .your pyo on this
space. Kver.v week has New Attractions.
New Silks, New Dress Goods, New Laces, New Jackets
Itcefers and Blazers, New Handkerchiefs, New Flannelsand
New Millinery for this week's rush.
All our foods bought before the iniiiiitous tariff bill
went int o effect. That means .'.'I per cent, less than Roods
can be boiiiilit at present.
as well as competition, on
Murrains can be offered. Our foresight saved for our pat
rons at least
on our present stock. No advance here on account of
Number 1 1 deserves your patronage: it already h.is
it and will try to maintain it. Karpiius always here at
your command. This is a ureat week for shoppers. Lots
of stuff at half value. No handful here to select from. Our
mamm.ith store room jammed. Ask for our Foster's
1 ,'2't kids this week at 7-" cents. Itemembcr the placp
the House of Ilnrjinins.
F. P. MIMNAUGH,
No. ii Patton Avenue,
Dry Goods. Millinery and Carpets.
- UNTOLD I
Wht-n tnu nt luiiiitiic 11 hould not fnll !
ttt tin nml ee the urm tli.n- In nil klmU ofj
wrc nt the
It l 11 credit to ny vit nnd Mdl U ttrow-
hiclnrj:rf We will rtttlve this wetk nn
other Inriie atm-k of elrtinnt niiveltlr In
CHINA AND CLASS,
and fnrtuniitcl- for iu It wim nUn hoiiiihl
trl rtMhe puncture of the lnliiiltoun Me-
klnlt-y ttirifl hill, thui vlrii you nliout Ji
nr tiii ndvnnct-.
We hnveeome here to tny and to crve
the eoile, If money will do It. The M nIMr
leofile if Aahevllle nh ill huv ihlna, Inmp.
XloMwnre. if., In the future lower thnn they
ver did In the pant. You tan alway And
" -" .... WHIW, Mill
ext. ml from Jn- uiiry to January. No hnnl .
1. 1 1. . u 1 V.. ...... . ,, 1 1 - l . ,
anil nrw No hiu nlecount. to tnke olf. We
. un't. They are not In our attire.
COm:, HKIi AND llliAR
the n-st. Hurnl.h yourwlve. throuithout.
except In the ehanitu-r, and me can help do
tltnt Chamber seta from $X7.1 to Stfti.
Come, our .lore escrl. any oi Ita kind Is the
THAD VY. THRASH & CO.,
Croekrry, (ilawwarr, !.nm, llouae FurnUh-
Ing, etc., ete.
CRYSTAL PALACE. 41 PATTON AVE.
ATA LIVELY RATE
Men's Suits from $4 lo MA.
Boy's Nulu from (1.811 to (18.
Men's Ovrmists from t.l.RO to t.'IO,
IIot'i Oven-oat from 11.78 to $17,811.
K sny sort tor sirs or boys.
HATS, TftGsKS, SHOES AND UMUEUAS.
C. D. BLANTON & CO.,
Wholesale and Ketall,
No t WtM Ceswt Sqaart,
A8HUVILLB, N. C,
(SlUandlau Wert Raltlmort ttraH, raltl
We preceded Mr. McKinley.
our purchases, hence Great
BALLARD. RICH & BOYCE,
Stoveti and Tinware.
PLUMBING, GAS sNO STEAM FITTING, SLATE
AND TIN ROOFING.
FAINTH and OILS.
I If t I A d I L U H I I L I t K.
IN ALL MIXIIH KllK FAMILY
ANU HUTUL UHB
Uaaraulcsrd lo Ucraj rroof.
ALL SI.K KBI'T IN STUCK.
H CAlt LOADS
JI HT RKCKIVKD.
Mortar Cara-Rcd, Black and
Terra Cotta, by theCaak
or In any Quantity.
C. E. MOODY.
OflBee No. 30 Patton Avenue.
TBLKPHONH NO. 40.
Yard m4 .Wartauu. aear IXpot. Tel.
In quantities not less than one ton at factory
In quantities not Icm than one hull ton at luctnry
300 pounds, 30 tickets, 10 pounu each
000 60 " 111 " "
TOO 2H ' 'J8 " "
780 " 18 " 811 " "
lOOO " 10 " lOO " "
Tickets in dollar packiiKrs nml nttv quuntit.r
our office for ca.b or tickets.
Asheville Ice &
Telephone No. 36 and 40.
THE J I'LL I CO
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
' Pnr nale at Wholennle nnd Ketnil by
ASHEVILLK ICE AND COAL COMPANY,
Telephone 36 and 40.
Kxi'luHive Agents (Uomeatic and Hteamt lor Wemern North Carolina.
FRESH GOODS FOR fl FRESH SEASON.
Our heautliul new MerchantTnllorlnKluienf Imported and hiK" grade Domentlc woolen,
it now ready aud In the hunda of
Mr. F. E. Mitchell, Sales-Agent, a8 Patton Ave., Ahevllle
who will take your meuMinr, atid the renponidhlllty will be ours for correet fit and work-
There In an advantnut In bn vlnj: from thoie who nre In n poiltlon to feet the pulw of o
clety and know from the tftiidoiiit ol cxierti what In most truatworthy.
Von ithouM certainly have the aMimorlmeni exhibited to you, a call or mall request to'
the above aildreMa will ucciniillih thi.
Mcrchnnt Tailoia nml Clothiris,
LHWIS MAUIH'X. Pre,
1.. P. Mcl.uUM, Vice-I'm.
InsscTostii-Lewla Matldux, M.I. Reanlen, M.J. Pamt.J. B. Rankin, J. K. Ray, I. II. Rcci.
8. H. Recti. Geo. 8. Powell. C. M McLuud.
- WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, -
Organised May 1st. 1HHN.
CAPITAL. 850,000. SU RPLUS.S20,0(K)
Mtate, County and City Depository
Hoeit a tieneral Bhnkinv RuiiiieM. iHrpnidtf received. Bxchotigc bonKht and mold. C'tl.
leetionn made on all aeceMililc point. The
On all Hum in thi department, depoirited for
of 4 per cent, per annum will be paid.
Hpecial attention ftTiveu to loann on real estate, which will be piaecd for lona time on r it
Open from n m. to H p. m fm Hamrdaya
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
817 Haywood Street.
All WATIiR THOROl'VHLV FILTERED on the Premise,
Twenty-nve yean at practical nnertrnce. conililneil with rsssoMsL attention to all dir.
tails or the buninew and perfect arrangement, for clsahlinsss and msiTV of all (Ooila
mannlactureil, enable the proprietor to present to hi. numerous patrons a superior elas. 1
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphons.
Ginger Ale and alllbe trarioua flavor, nf 8HMWATBK ready for shipment an. aelleerrel
free In City limits. Out ol town order must
On the A. & 8. Railroad, Hljflit Mllcat Houtli of Asheville
If you nre ImiklnK Cor a place
why don't you ace uliout
The beat mineral water and In Krrt vniiety. Ivel lota,
irriiml vicwa, irno l aH-irty. If von think nf hiivlnic why not
buy NOW f prices will no up ami so RAPID. .V.
Take Trail.i Out at .io A. M.-KMrc
PRKII. Rt'TI KIMlK,
SKYLAND MINERAL, SPRINGS, N. C.
Right IMIlea South of Aahevllle, on the A. 8. Railroad.
New hotels, new cottasrs, new furniture,
48 MINERAL SPRINGS.
White Sulphur, Alum, Manneoia. Iron and Rpaom. Thoae ace. ins health and pleasure and
elect oocfety will not fall to rlait this pleaaant reoort and drink of Ita healing waters.
Aahevllle, N. C.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO
Maaalaetuim aad Dealers la stl kinds af Dnssid
Door, Hnah, Blinds, Mouldlna;a, Stalrwork, Mantels, Bank
and Bar l-'ixturea, and all kinds of Bulldlntr Material.
Hard Wood Lumber
n Ullls ala.MlM.aaaak
SCHLIT'S MILWAUKEE BEER.
Celebrated the World
We deliver to all parts of the city our own Bottllna. Bsport Beer at
ONE HOLLAR PER DOZEN.
THI LKADINO '
WINE . AND . LIQUOR STORE .
. IN THK STATU.
PINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.
i. 4. .o.inT. w.,.r. I NO. 43 S. MAIN ST.. ASHEVILLE. N. C
.....FOR SALE BV.
BUNCOMBE , BRICK
Asheville. N. C.
Dcalersln Wall Paper, Window Shades and Patent Hangers.
Patnto, Oils aad Varalahas, alaonry's Mlsed
K reach sad
Ws kae. la stock Si. Laataaad Ksataaky
40c. per hundred.
of ice may be obtained from drivers and at
No. 30 Patton Avenue.
I. b. RANKIN, CttJhl.r
Havintr Penture will receive .eclitl attention.
four month) or longer, Ipterett .t tbe r.it
the Hitvina Ikimrtment will br open till H p. ,
hnee assrmtainLS reference.
. H. rAWPRI'll.,
for a home or an investment
as CenlN Or Drive Honth a much.
City Ai-rnt. !IH Patton Are.
beautiful arovea.neat tranla and croquet lawns.
E. A. LeVENE
Near Pamsenarcr Depot.
Work a Specialty.
fal, oaV sV r
Over , for Its Purity.
& TILE COMPANY,
P. O.'Box 46.
Paints aad Colors. Wlsdow Olaas, both