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CITY DEPARTMENT.
Rr Advertlaementa,
Loit P. C. Mclntlrt.
For Knt-1. tooge.
For 8lc Powell i
Dissolution NOI
Floe Clothing-
niuolutlon Notice J. 8. Bradley.
II g HIICI,
Ider.
i. Bn
Statelier & t o.
Meteorological Report
For the 24 hourt eudiog at 0 p. i
January 21, 1890:
U. 8. Sionai. 8KKV1CK Station, 1
Winyah 8unltarium, Asheville, N. CI
LAT.S5.S6 M. tONO. M.1I6W. BIS aSggf
A BOY HOMICIDE.
ALFRED WEI.RATH FATALLY
NT ABM CHAHt HK'KliTH,
tBMPHKA U!BB.
Dally Mean
1 37
Pally Mean
7uo
The Affair Happened at the flat
tery Park Hotel Karly LaHt Evening-
Tlie Youthful Murderer mill
at Unci
Charles Rickets wns stabbed nnd nearly
instantly killed at Battery Turk hotel nt
6 o'clock Inst evening. 1 lie name oi me
murderer is Alfred McElrnth. Both of
the nnrtic arc colored. The two boys
were stntidiiif; on the lower porcn nt mc
front of the hotel with some companions
nnd Rickets wns teasing McBlruth. He
wns warned to desist, but paid no atten
tion. Finally the murderer drew a
pocketknife from his pocket and tried to
cut his tormentor. The blow tell snort
?am3nm9nmStas.t Mln.j
50.3 I S3 35,0 1 51.0 .1.33 8
HBLXTIVB HI' MIIUTV.;
VLl !?vJ!F
' ABSOLUTS HUMIDITY.
(In grains percnlile loot of air.)
7am I iTpm I 9 pm I Dally Mean
s-59L.La-STJ--V!-J 2 8:13
"rloSTrMPlTATIONV-! DAROM BTBR.
Italn and Snow (Cor. for alt. t tern. I nnd Rickets retalmtcil l)V pusninjj ms op-
mcltedmow
Inches
0.70
depth.
Inches
0
Dally Mean
Rising
WIND.
Direction. IForcelsenleOtolOl
N 1 8 !
I WBATHBR.
Cl'dy to Clear!
uoiiciit ncainst the aide of the buildiiiK
McElrnth rushed lorwnrd, rniscil ins
knife nnd struck for Rickets' heart. The
blow was true, and nn uly gash was
cut in Rickets sine aim ne icu u mc
utul. When he saw the result of Ins
work the murderer took to his heels.
The wounded bov lived no more than ten
Washington, January 2t. Indications minutes alter reeeiviiu; the knife thrust,
r North Cnrolinn Colder; jjencrnlly I chief ofl'olice Bnird wns sent tor mid
reached the scene just ns the boy breathed
his last.
Hoth participants in the futnl aflrav
were of nenrly the same ne, neither licinu;
more than fifteen. The murdered Ind was.
however, greatly the nierior ot Mela
Oione Of possible amount, 65 per cent.
KARL VON RI CK. M. P..
Observer.
The weather To-Day,
for
fair weather; northerly winds.
THET LEFT REJOICINQ.
.tt-llle'B Charity Helpa Two
Worthy Lads on Their Way.
A Rock Fight.
Smith Jones wns rushing down I'ntton
avenue nt high noon yesterday. He wns
going to his dinner nnd he liml reason to
be in n hurry. Andrew Johnson wns
standing on the walk looking for trouble
and when Jones enmc near him he stepped
out and wanted to know if he wns run
ning nfter him. Jones replied that lie was
not, when he claims thut Johnson pulled
a knife. A thiid party, nnmcd Hriltan,
took n hiiud in the sport, nnd the trio
were throwing rocks at each other when
nn officer rnn them in.
They were taken before Justice Midonc
nnd fined $:i.ll!i euch. Jones enmc out of
the nfliiir third liest nnd will wear nn
ugly wound on his head tor sometime to
come. All three of the participants are
colored.
An F.tillrely New one.
The Chicago traveling limn is nothing
if not a schemer nnd head over heels in
the enthusiastic hope that his city may
he the lucky competitor in the World's
Fair race.
Just at present he has adopted n new
idea and one culeulnted to keep his opin
ion before every person who looks over u
hotel register. A knight of the grip
marched up to the desk nt Hnttcry l'ark
yesterday afternoon, grasped a pen nnd
wrote his name: "F. C. Hertxler, Chi
cago." Then he dipped the icn in the I, 1!Vvis MAOtirx, pre
inkstand nnd boldly dashed ofltlie words.
World's Fair, 18U3.
If enthusiasm has anything to do with
deciding the matter the Chicago drum
mer is upparcntly booming along to
wards success.
The Rullroad Meeting.
The meeting of the board of commis
sioners of Transylvania to henr tin
-EJELLICO COAL,E-
i AT RETAIL,, t
For Grate, - - - $5'
For Stoves, - - - - $4'5
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
For sale at Wholesale mill Retail liy
ASI1KYIIXE COAI, COMPANY,
Telephone 36.
I!x,lnivc Awnt" t Iiomcstlc mid Htcnnll for Western North Corollnu.
H. T. COLLINS, President.
E. E.EAGAN, Secretary
ASHEVILLE ICE COMPANY.
Pure Ice made from Distilled
I'ntton Avenue.
Water. Office: No. 30
D. C. AVaddell,
President.
W. W.IiARNAUU,
Vice President.
Lawrence Puluam,
Cushier.
Order from yourdroeor, our
''UCIIXEK KING" PATENT
11 is lumle in Asheville,
'YOlT KNOW,"
Ami we iiledfie our word for it, tlmt no
WHITER BREAD, BISCUIT, ROLLS,
I'aii bi made from nny imported Hour.
KI,KCTRIC LIGHT
Ik Hip most nomiliir stnutrbt goods in tins market.
Ask your Orocer for tlie above lirnnds.mnnut'nctured by tlie
ASHEVILLE MILLINU to.
Telephone No. 36.
L. V. Mcl.lH'IS, Vlee-rrcs.
1. R. RANKIN, CO'l Icr.
nesses to the murder had not nntic.pnteil propositions irom a nu.ii.Kr ,., - ; h Snv)n!l ,..cntllre wm receive i.lal attention.
Steven Cook and Rufus Rose, the two
young boys for whom assistance wns r(lt, jn trcngth, and was much stronger
asked in yesterday morning's Citizen, . .j aretr mU. The murderer would
left thecity last night with two well filled have ix.,, ,, match for him in n fight
baskets, about $15 in money and a mil- T, . nvajr fcrn)S to have been entirely un
rond doss to Salisbury. For the pnsi- ,.r.,iitntc.1. So bad feeling had existed
and much of the money the two youths ,,,twc.n the pnrtics before, nnd the wit
ma riirtctlv thank Col. Bnird, who ... ir tin murder hntl not ntiticinfltt'd
worked uncensinglv in their liehalf. ,...,. nilt between the two. The which have asked the nssisl.uiee of that
Sine l.-nvinu N.irth Carolina the two ...,,.,. l,l henrs a tnod rcniitntion county was held at Hrev.nil on .Moncin
have had anything but a pleasant time. nmona tj,e cl,ired people "f t,lc cit-v- "v c"l'1- N"tl Atkinson spoke to the uonrti
On Vovember 2d the family, consisting .. .,i .l...,.,,!,. nf and wns n hard in favor ol the A., A. nml 11. roua, wnm
r ,u. (,.i,.r ntul mother nnd two cirh I i i u:- c,. l,..r i Imn Kiekets lnHu-e Hell nrescnted the case lor the
V, ... ........ - I WU1HI1II, ' ' i '
and three boys, left t he Tnr Heel state tor . wt. ),. iu.rc.
Arkansas and settled on the banks of the! Tm. mur.rer bears a very different rep
White river. I ntntion. He came here with bis family
Less than a week after their arrival tin f M1)ruaiiton some time ago nnd
father and mother were taken sick with jvc, j wlat is known ns the Crooked
creek district. This is the scctmd time be
rlKHCTo.;-l.ev. is Mnrt.lu.. M l. IWIen, M. j KnBK. J. B. Kankln. J. B. Ray, J. B. Kcc.1
S II. Kitil. I'.to. I'owell. C. M Mel.ona.
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, -
Ornniiiwd Mhv lt, 1HHH.
CAPITAL, 850,000. SU R PLUS, 815,000
State, County ami lily ncioltory.
,-. I iuIm..c nusiness. lieiiiwitt received UxclianBC b..,iKht and sold. Col.
CAPITAL, 8150,000.
THE NATIONAL BANK OF ASHEVILLE,
THE LARGEST AND OLDEST BANK
In Wetern North Carolina.
This Imnk is authorized Jby the State Tren surer to receive
State Taxes from Sheriffs, nnd receipt for same.
Interest will be pnid on money deposited for four months
or longer, and certificates of deposit issued for same.
bilious fever and pneumonia, and in an
other week the entire family were eon
6ned to their bedswiththe same diseases.
Four weeks after their arrival in that
State, the mother had died and she waf
oon followed by her husband. In the
meantime the children were improving
and when well, they nil decided to leave
French llrond Valh-y road. No action
was taken. Another meeting will lie
held on Mondav, Februnrv 1. however.
when the matter will he decided. A com
mittee was appointed to investigate the
merits ot the two companies and
.. ...... Inm.r intrrrat at the TOtC
On nil uin in thl department, acposucn mr ,r - -
of I prnrnt. per annum will e pnm
Special attention irlvcn to lonns on
sonalilc terms.
. wn (rum a. m. to 3 P. m. tin Saturday, tne savin .-tuanmenv
i real estate, which will !w placed for lone time on real
Janldty
will
has attempted to stuboneofbis compan- report nt the next meeting.
39-THE SHOE ST0RE.-39
REMOVBD TO NO. 31) I'ATTOX AVUXl'Ii.
LEADERS
ions.
The murdered lad wits taken to his
home on Church street. Coroner Hilhnnl
viewed the remains and made unexamin-
ntion ol the body. The wound wns
t'oiind to lie iliiectly over the heart. II
the country where they had been so un- lut jjtljl.i A jury will be empaneled
fortunate. Thev had money enougn to
ride to Memphis, Tenn., and after that
the little party started bravely out to
walk the distance between thereand then
old home.
From Memphis to within 150 miles ol
Birmingham they clung together nml
there a party of railroad hands, seeing
their pliuht.mnde up a purse sufficient ti
earry the two little jjirls nnd a boy. tin
youngest, to Birmingham. From then
they were assisted to Atlanta, then to
Charlotte and finally to their old nomc
The two boys, however, trudged man
fully onward asking or receiving no as-
We nre pleased to (piote the following.
The young gentleman spoken of is n son
of Mr. John A. Mi Oonald, long a resi
dent of Kalcigh, a man well and lavora-
bly known through much of North Cnro
linn. The son is n graduate of the I'ni-
vei sitv of North Carolina, of the class of
ISS7:
The following note n'mnt a Raleigh
shoes
ALL CRAOES,
to-dnv and will meet nt 10 o'clock.
Two of the companions of the mur-
,i..r,l iww I'linrlt-s Foster nnd illtnm i... i token from the Kershaw (S. C.I
Evnn. both colored, were held os wit- lira: "Mr. . II. Alcnonnm lias oecn
ii u (:..!. x I'n'ii 1itiiiiifa fit thin
The murderer wns not captured up to ' " .)0iliml ot Krent responsibility JL VlitVLr
a late hour last night. ,) trust nnd one for which Mr. Me- IlCrriltg V HtaUr,
. lionald is particularly wen t nnueu.
ODDtft AND I-.SIIr. ,.,.,,1 l,.is bivn n resident ol
Kershaw now several months nnd hnv-
r .i...:.... n f.l.V ront 1 iiil. mnite n Ineno ol every man nu
w nom lie nn oecn oroiiKiii in vwnmn
the knowledge ol his deserved advance
ment is n mutter of considerable pleasure
to his Ii lends.
ASH
FISH
r. c.
from his buggy yesterday while driving
in the country.
One drunk and disorderly coniiosed tin
business of the mayor's court yesterday
HATS.
i iK.On.. civrn t"KtYlc" and "QualHy" of Good.
Asheville, N. C
OAK STREET INN,
ASHKVlLLi:, K. C,
neuilftillv located In a strove of onks and white pine, with no dust or noise, nt the eor
S.liiW!IIilllniTO,Mlii! Female CoIIckc, ami only three square, from the
-MRKCTOKM t-
j r
Kev.
J. (S
SAWYER,
.1. L. CAKHOLL.
MAHTIN.
W. W. 1URNAIII),
I). C. WADDKLL,
(i. W. WILLIAMS,
Of WllmlnKton, N. C.
"DOWN WENT M'GINTY" !
Totlif nottomof thcSen. Vpon Wh nrrival there he went imnieil lately to our Branc
(iilicv mill aucureil a
FINE t BUILDING i LOT,
Tpmi which hv o..n nfter emtetl n h'iwe. which he Innured In one of the well known eom
fmnieti whtt-li we u-prviunt
HE NEEDED A SAFE,
Andvrry wlKlvlmnirtitoncnf W. C. lr.tnn-1 t Co 's lire and buralnr proof Safes, for
"tutnVuvurd SS warrkd "..vt.' nurnin.d. and mad. hi. bride a wedding preBt of
A Lic Insurance Policy,
Wldih he took r.ltl In the Traveler.' hi.unincc Company, and afterward lived happy and
proH r.iu. Inc. When lnl m-n liv u lie w a.
"IKi:SSi: IN HIS BKST fSMT OK CLOTHES I"
JENKS & JENKS,
HchI Estate nnd Insurance Hrokers,
Uoouitf & i. McAicc IUucU. ag I'altou Ave.. Awlievllle.W. C.
i.tance until within 100 miles of this morning. He wus fined Jo
Th. thrv met relatives who as-1 There has been but little doing in real
sisted them to Asheville. and here they I estttte circles for the past few weeks.
most hospittbly treated, better I i, always quiet after the holtdoys.
Ii
than in any other place alone; the mute.
Both of the lads nre in a pitiable condi
tion. Their clothes scarce cover their
backs, and their pale faces and appear
ance speak of the privations they have
suffered along the rond. Cook.the young
est of the two. looks perhaps the worst.
He contracted a cold from sleeping out
at niizht, and his hardships since then
hare broken bi constitution until he is
scarcely able to move about. It is with
difficulty thut he breathes ut nil, nnd ii
be lives after reaching his home it will be
only with the most tender cure.
PEMONAI. MENTION.
The Content In KpltuphM
1-Mitor Citizen : 1 wns much interested
while rending your statement in Sunday's
paper ol tlie contest III epitnpns net ween
Mr. HoiIl-c. nnrtv of the first part, and
MtMI'H. Ililluian. Swnin and Dewes, par-
As mv recouec-
Esouire A. T. Sumincv docs not liclieve ties of the second part. As mv
in giving report, of court proceeding, to ,
10 mm it npiienrn m we m
ner
court house. r..i.hi rnr.n n aeenmmoilate boarders wlmrtwli-ea
Wf hire nuraiirr m rummi... - - - ; - . ., a,ai.R
nice, quiet place, nwny Irom the hotel., .v ce r ,. mi.. ... ..u,.. - -
cooKinii. at reasonable prices. Al.o. hot anil cold hnlh..
Dr.T.J.HARUAN, l'ropricior.
COMPOUND OXYGEN AND MECICATED BALSAM VAPOR,
All modern nnd latest Improved method, for trentina chronic ' '""J?,,
throtnndno,e. hv ,.,e.nho nllon o 3 '3 h. VaiaJriicd ilnl-
the press,
source of a great deal of harm.
Sheriff Rcvnolds estimates that some
$33,00(1 of the Slate nnd county tnx is
ulrctidy paid in. There still remains
about that amount on the rolls. About
$30,000 of $4M,lNMl of the city tnx has
been paid
The third North Carolina State Smi
dav school convention will be held nt
Wilmington, Tuesday, Wednesday and
Thursday. February 23, 2U and 27. A
numlier of Asheville people will lie in
itltcndance.
Mavoror no mayor the council will
hold its regular weekly meeting on Fri
day night. Only business) of minor im
portance will lie transacted, however,
!... 1 ...miirf..ril nir nitltliriliu. . i.iiw. -.....
iii.iv,, in., i - , ,, nH.M itnunm tree, nriir A.iicv.iic. ,
, to hiok mJSmSi 'a il.one Trc.unw.it ... the V-r,-L1 "...Tr.rlei'. NT "
the matter up. nml lind It given ns loi- tlwomw treatment. . ha.lK.nphc.omcnnl.haT.
low. in Wheeler's History, page 108: ?E3y&?J&!Xli I i-lc!.. h.. u....... an.. r,. can l-
The following is. given a. a s,Kc-.me.l n.T n. ...j- .".tArinm. , sw.m J-
of the genuine Attic, copied from, the gentlemen of A.htA.ll. : li. J.Aon ic. T i .VliT.r i ti t i i Church ; II. T.
Crecnshoro Patriot many. year, since, km pa-tori H M.th.Hl.jM.harib. K...
s arc lamilur to Western .Norm " ' I . ,. HsHtiAft. Js.
I
P. B. McLnran, a prominent business
man of St. Loui., Mo., is spending a few
days at the Battery Park
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Thatcher, who
claim the Hub s their rc.idencc. are I umij the pnving committee return, from
guests ol the Battery Turk. its junketing tour,
G. A. Hnylct and wife, of Media, 1 a.. 1 t,ow.ci nm Snider would like to see a
will remain in A.beville during a part ol I ,,loti-)Brnih ot the man who got a $2
the cold season and will tie tue 8UC" ul gold piece nt their store Monday mglit
the Grand Central. jn mistake for a fifty cent piece. The man
Geo. W. Brvnn, of Baltimore, one of the who ever he is has not as yet discovered
most popular traveling men in America, his good fortune, nt least he is not saying
is at the Grand Central. Mr. Bryan isnt I a word
borne when In unitimore. Rcacue Company Mo. t,
Mr. M. L. Gudircr representing Mack, Th-m-.inanf Kcscue Hook and Lad-
Stadler ft Co., manufacturers of nne drr Company No. 1, which was held in Thursday. looKing niter " r
. t . i l . . triiiti ii iiii'ii lii uuriHim.. i ii. iiiiw
incinnati, u.t in Mwn wun tu counc c mmlwr lont rvcnmir, wm . . , 1 . .t n mil.-.
- . ... K' U HTHlt.ll mi .ininij. -
t II I ! r ....Ih nl lutis. rUTlffl III. I I . . 1 - I I . . . i
ill ii line ui t!iii!ic - i nitcnucu liy Clgiuccn mcmiirr. in
tins fnt llintr. I I . . m ...Ilk a,.m nl ltf t-iitKtmam n com.
lliiii nuii ......... p,
T.W. Real. Boston capitalist and miUee wa. apiHiintcd to wait on the mac m icrjr m u ' Zn . ..
Inmber mnn, is nt the Swnnnnnon, and common council nnd requct them to . ,ilw,i to tlu-,n from this
The name
.iinilirl.
In one of the western courts, while Mr.
James R. Podge, I now clerk of the su-
l (.rente court l n reuuivc 01 ii.c
i- Washington Irving, was niMkingnsK-ech,
n trioiKvirate I Messrs. Ililluian. AWiini
nnd Dewes I jwrpelrnteil with malice
nl'orethoiight. this ;.-u th-sprit. which Mr.
I lodge loiind lying on ins mine uciore
him when he had finished his sieecli:
SI'ITIPII OS J S. IIOtlOK, KSU., ATTOK-
NKV AT LAW.
Here He. n Podur whododKcd nil Kond.
And doducd u ileal of evil.
Who, alter iIoiIhIiik all he could,
lie could not dodge the devil.
He ren.l the nuiier and imiiromtu re
plied :
AKIITIIKC KI'ITAPH OK TIISKK ATTOKUKV..
Here lir. a tlillini.n anil a HK-aln.
ho.c lot let no man choose;
Thev lived In .in and died in pain,
And the devil got hi. liewcs itlucai.
The storv is certainly n line illustration
of Mr. lliiilge's powers of shnrp nnd
reiiclv reiartee. J. .. tAKKoui.,
Asheville, January 20. 1H0.
CAMPBliLL'S GINGl'.K ALrli,
A maiorlty of ,k,.o . have the imprcioii that CARIIOJIATED RRVKR AKH
are only .nlatal.U in wahu weather. While tms i. iruc ... .
WATKS. ''liimiJICK AI.K" Is un csccitlon. owlmc to UsAiNO.,ui.litie.. '"
Al.lv IseMHiitli.lly a W'istkh lievcruKe.
Private famllk. ,..u order through their liroccr. or iron, .nc
Street, direct.
l-'actory, SIT llaywo.nl
C. II. CAJII'lll-IX.
II T. Col. I. IN. rr-i.l.-nl.
l. C. MelSTIKH, Viic-1're.ldent.
lll!i. M.col.l IS. Hecretary.
J. H. WHST, Auditor
MOUTH CAROLINA NOTIvH-
Sinie.ville News: Three granite deal
er, from Pittshoro, Pn passed through
THE WESTERN
DRESSED BEEF AND PROVISION GO.
COLD STORAGE.-- - -
NO. 18 NORTH COl'RT SnfARF..
Vholcaale and Retail Dealer In CHOICU MKATS.-
Telephone Call 4
Our Sim will l to rve our cu.tomer. with menu equal In quality to any that can b.
talned In this or any other market. Please give us trial
sept ID oiy
will give some time nnd attention to the
lumber Interests of North Cnrolinn before
returning home.
TkS) Children's noma Reetlnsj.
The meeting to have lieen held Inst
evening in the lecture room of the Y. M.
C. A. for the purpose of establishing a
children's home in this city, wnsattended
bt no more than doien people. It was
decided to postpone the meeting until
neit Monday evening when an interest
ins uroirrnm will be carried out. It will
consi.t of addresses by several of the lo
cal clergy and other gentlemen of the
city. Announcements to this effect will
be made from each of the pulpits on neat
Sunday morning.
rum Mountain Hark Hotel. Hot
prtnara. M, C.
Is firstclnss In every pnrtlculnr, with
th best table in the South. Pure and
abundant water and perfect sanitary ar
rangements. Tne scenery is beautiful, climate much
milder than Asheville, there being np
harsh winds nnd nodust toirrltate weak
throats and lungs.
Tk. k.ik. In marble nool. are the fin
est in the world and the thermal waters
art an unexcelled specific for rheumatism,
gout, sciatica, nerrous exhau.tion and
... jiuhm nf .liin and blood.
Excellent physicians reside at the bo-
teTralns leave Asheville for Hot Springs
at 7.30 a. m., 30 and 7 p. m.
Excursion tickets, including one day
board at Mountain mm hotel, .ou.
For rates ett., address
Atir, W. 0. Doatrm
circuit in the immediate vicinity will be Lf tno movement 'of negroes' from this ,nnkct,, 8h0es.lloots.llttts-..lsoftheinliou8htforlcsstliiin cost of ranking, Aomcofthem
eo,t nolhln. nnd a half, nnd will lie sold the same way. We nr. nc,it. .or ...me o, .n. ..r-
.t factories In the Muth nnd enn sell you Home-made Jeans. .11 wool Oiled, for us. limn
y.m can get then, from any other .tor. in the Htate. W. kc-p tlHAIIAM'B lH.MK-MAI'H
...l- I..u. irlrrm a. lint' OlIllT fllClOrV III tlK Hll, anil
yoa any .j.v h. r -
have an indicator placed in the electric Luarry nnd know what it is.
light station, so that during a fire the C,nrlotte New.: Yesterday's record
-IN EWIGOOD Sh
Junt In, unci We arc Going to Sell Them
All kinds of Iiry Hoods. Notions,
liress Onods, Olnahn.ns, liomestle, Jeans, I'lnnnel,
......J T Tl,;. I. ,ln n nrrvent the I Si.ne for the west wns iislollows; Nine-
.. . ... I f-itm-liea I'.llerl to tliedoors.
occurrence in A.beville t.l tne norrio.e ; bIu iw" ,e. l.no
, , . mntwt I "III ' ' ..'""' "r'-n'
tieams oy eieciru-uy rv...ricu j negroes, and nil pulled by
ol tne nig cities.
Frank O'Donncll, the foreman, leaves
for Irelnnd this week nnd will return
nnd nil milled by n twelve
wheeled consolidated engine. All this in
one dav. The negroes were coiiectcn
from about Durham, nnd there IS still n
I I ...... . (..it .(, rt.ti.tw.rtnt inn.
with his fiimily, and resolution, wishing T, ej,.!.. trm on the Cnrolinn Cen
him a hnppy voynge were pnsited. trn rom which arrived here yesterday
HIIOHS, nnd will Klve
Kiinrnntcc every Milr,
.ea.on, so we enn
... ..... . In .llf
A areat many of our goons were noiiKiu a. nuc...... ..u .-
sell them lower than you will llnd them at nny other stoic In the mate.
... c. -f. i fM.m l.noriiilti.rir. It-It n ,l,nd Try and see. Prls made In tne store.
iiuring msn.isence nsamioiifc .orviu.... . uuv. .w ---r. , V. I
. i u:. ..i.. &-..-ni f l,. DniKcinnn nt iinm.ci i ..c .. ...v
unie - - .,,.,,, hrnkemiin wns Water Pratt.
members were detained at home with Uc wlli cnred man and hud Inen in
the grip. the employ of the rond for some time.
' I Hi. nrt-.tlcnt Willi' 1 resulted III III. ociit..
To Widen Collesremreei. whi1c ilc cnr were lieing
Tl,i nreliminnrv strn. toward the wid- .w.tebt-d Hi llnnilet, Pratt was ncting
eninff of College' street between Spruce nscoupler, and wnscrushed Iwtween two
. I .r. The nee dent occurred nt H o'clock
U7iita. nsH tajiu rrr nn tnii miirii i ... ., . . ..
" m.rn.,g,and rrnu a.eii at
ng. i nc bkv.oi j... r m..,.(t " o clocK in ine nitcriioon.
of apprising the damage, to the proper- -..Hro-d Accident,
ty along that ttiorougmare. . e jury MoNT0011II,HVi Alni Juiiry 21.-A
consists of W. F. Snider, F. A. Hull, J. 11. n.ii to the Advertiser from Oxurk
... . . W . f IJ I I A 1.1 A. J A U ll,.
U, W, M. jnrvtit u. u ffiCLonniu una nays; An nremnu tiwiirn.ii wn ms mu
W.W.Wctt. The work will no doubt bnmn Midlnnrt rond, nenr Cordon, to-
b. compkUd by thl. evening. The own- "J V"
ers of proertv along the route are: Z. B. )(t t)ie trac, d carried with it the en-
Vance, J. E, Diikerson, A. B. Fortune, Klne and several cars. 1 lie cause ot tne
Mr. McAfee, T. I. Van Oilder, J. R. Run, acciuent is not anown,
H. A. Gudger and A. t. uaviason. ood ,,, chimney.,
AhIicvIUc Dry Goods Co.,
IT North Main street, 1st door below Pennlmnn's llnnlwsre more,
J. O. HOWUI.L, Manuaer.
ASHEVILLE WOOD COMPANY
ii I nuns flF WOOD AND KINOUNO. ESTABLISHED 1888
na miwww "
OFCICE WITH YARD, 26 NORTH COURT SQUARE, NEXT TO 8C0TT8 LUMBER YARD.
ISIcctrlc Car Pane Office Door.
A. II. & C. E. LYMAN, Owner.
FITZPATRICK BROS. & ROBERTSON.
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i . aj .L.i Ua .inMn I m nnw nrriilirtfl tO rUI)I)1V lit WM01C-I . . . n lvltiil aw BhailManft Pfllfflll HMlirerM
T.8.MonS; Co", of Alexande H. saVdrcta'i, he best clnev made; UC..r..u "
C. will be closed. This is an error. We t wi I not oreus oy neo,. .... M.fl . color.. Window 0la, Uo
hope to rnn it succcftilly In the future- bennng tne "reeriess irnuc ....... r..n.., ....
Fltacn ana American
V. ktf l ftoek M. Loalsaad lt.ah.okj Uad. siwOdly
hope to ran t succe.rtilly In the luture- Denring ine - i eer., ..u
annceommndnW our friends, as we guaranteed to U unsurpassed Dealers
bare in toe past. iruir, iug....,,, t tf law
T. B. UomawM & Co. 1 AW
W. T. PKNNIUAN
W. M. rSKNIUAH.
PENNIMAN & C0.,
H!A!R!DrWTMffiE
ASHEVILLE. N. C.
AC.BNTK I'tlK
. KMHesis ikiM laiAAAsI flA
DUPONT POWDER CO., RICHMOND iTOVE CO., tuntutnw wnuun, t..,
OLD HICKORY WAGONS, 8TUDEBAKER WAC08, MOUNE KALE CO
ENfilNES, SAW MILLS, ETC. M CORMICK HARVESTIHO MACHINE CO.
Mill it
MANN, JOHNSON & COMPANY,
1 rCCKHOHS TO
t'CCKHMtlHa Tt-
SHEPARD, MANN A 10HNS0N, AND THE BLAIR FURNITURE CO
0 .'17 I'ATTOX AVIiNl'K.
WIioIcbhIc and Retail Furniture Dealers,
And Undertaken. ,
fMT-l'rnmiit attention given to all nnlrr., da. or nleht
PLUMBING, STEAM AND GAS FITTING,
TIN AND SLATE ROOFING,
AKCHITIX'Tl'RAL IRON WORK.
rinim and SpcclflcaUoiiK l'urnlNlicd on Application
Wt bn.e thorouich mechanic. In each line who h. had msnjr year.' tiperlence la their
liaslnes. We can .afely iriiarantce nur patrunt .ail.raetloa la our work, a low naura..
IIAIXARD,
RICH
Ihini1i.
& IIOYCE.
THE"HICKORY INN."
HICKORY, N. C
Electric Lights. Gns. Hot nnd Cold Water llntlii and Toilets on each floor.
Cuisine and appointments unsurpassed,
l-'RANK Mt';ilRAN, Proprietor.
THE "BONANZA,"
THK I.KAIMNU
V WINE AND . UQUOR STORE .
IN TIIH STATIC
FINE SAMPLE AND MILLIARD ROOM.
J. A. MARQIIABDT, M'g'r. I NO, 43 S. MAIN ST., ASHEVILLE N C
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