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f P.1 CITY DEPARTMENT. New Advertlaeuieuta. Notice p. A. Sumner. Notice W. V. Tenncnt. Trustee's Sale nllre and Parker. Administrator. Notice W. R, Wliltmm. Meteoroloitlcal Report For the 24 hours emliut; at 9 p. m., March 4, 1890: Ii. . ionm. Rkhvicr Station. Wlnyoh Sanitarium. Anhevllle. N. C I LAT. SH.Sfl N. LOMI.NU.2IIW. KLK S.lflllPT. WAS IT MATTIK JACKetON r IKMI'liKA f'Kli. 7 a m 3 p mill n ml Max. Mln. I llallv Mean" 81.0 l 4-0 O I 37.0 I Sll.it I 20.3 I 36 00 7 a in 80 KFLATIVE HUMIIIITY. I Sum" I u m Dalle Mean 3H J I ' 0 7am o h:is aiisu:tk lll'MIHItV. tin icrnlni ikt cubic loot ol nlr.) -' I" m I I' l m Imilv Mean 1 AM I S.JI.i I 1.470 PKI-Xll'iTAfl'lN Pain ana meltetl .now laches 0 I IIAKOMIiTHK. Snow ilrp h inches 0 I'lrectlnn. 8 to SB WIND. IPorcc'ttcnleOtolol IUCor. I'or alt. tern. I lliulv Mean Mo i'7 Stutiuuary I VKTH ICR Pair Oionc -of Kmnlhlv amount, OA RTCent. KAHL Kis KI'CK, M I, Oli.erver. The Weather To-ltny, Washington, Mutvh Imlieiitinns for N'tirth Curoliim. I-'uir weiitlicr. wnrmer Wednesday iimmiug, wiiuls shil'tiiijr to northwesterly und much colder by Thursday nioriiiiij;. ODDS AMU KNOB. The county jnil has eighteen inmates. The Mayor's) eourt hud liut two cases yesterday morning. Nearly every horinliiiy, house und hotel in Asheville is crowded. The Asheville I.ihrnry Association has made an order for new luniks. Jesse L. Whitaker and Ida Yawlierrv are licensed to call in the minister. Mr. James 0. Martin returned from New York last evening Accompanied hv Capt. Webb. Mr. J. L. Perry, the contractor, has en tirely recovered from his late illness and is j;uin on the streets. Mt. Hermon IoiIrt, N'n. IIH A. F. & A M. meets to-niulit nt M o'clock to confer tlirstH.mil decree. Ilrethreu untitled am! visitors fraternally invited. A meeting of gentlemen was held yes tenlay afternoon to consider the advis ability ami practicability of establishing a Casino at this place. Letters of incor poration have been filed with this object in view, but beyond this nothing has been done. The Lecture l.aHl Might, The lecture of Id-. S. Westiav Haiti at the rooms ol the Y. M. C. A. lasi evrniui; was well atteudril. The sullied was I lie Mint and Its Treatment. The address was most eutcrtaii ing am' munv valuable siiuKcstions were mail, as to how the skin should be treated. I Ills wus the second of the proposed medicul talks brlore the association Next week Dr. Doualas will sisalc of Tin Teeth and Their Cure. Mnrrltd in HenderMoii. Miss Annie A. M..rris anil Mr. Climlei C. i'iucktiey were married in Calvart Church, Henderson county, yestcrdax morninir. Iloth parlies have nuim-roui-friends in this city. The ceremony war pronounced by Kcv. Thus. A. Morris, father of the bride, and Rev Mr, Ilotton. rector nf the parish. The happy couph left immediately nfler the ceremony for i trip through thcSiutli. A Vutmi Fluht ut AlVxuntlcrM. News lias just reached thrcity of a prob able fatal liht which occurred in Alex anders on Sunday. J. J. Koss was tht victim, and his head was pounded to n jelly with a stone. Two brothers, John and Ueilii Loclicnrt, have been arrested for the crime and will lie In Id until it ii known whether Koss' wound is us seri ous as is now supposed. To Trod the Narrow" Path. Another of the female inmates of the county jnil has signified her intention to turn over n new leaf and yesterday slu was sent to Ivy, her former home, when she promises to go to work. There an but three It-It in the jail and thev will re main until their trial c unci up in tin criminal court. An Asheville Man Hays he Haw Her Monday Nlicht. Detective Denver returned yesterday from Greensboro. He has been owny for several days alter Muttie Jackson. The woman wus traced as fur as Greens boro, but there she seemed to entirely disapiiear. Ofhcers ut that place, how ever, have been warned to sleep with one eye i pen, for it is thought that sooner or later she will again come to the surface in that little town and will be nabbed. There was a story afloat on the street yesterday regarding the woman that at least has a decidedly lishy tiptK-anincc. A gentleman well known in the city stutcd that on the night previous lie saw the woman and recognized her. He was passing beneath nn electric light, he said, when a person approached linn. The hrsl thing to attract his eye was that the other iedrstriau, while at tired in a man's clothing, wore it lady's shoe. His suspicious were aroused and as the two passed he looked his oppo-sile-sijuaiciu the face. It seemed strungly familiar, mid alter he had passed lit recognized the face of the other as that of the lackson woman. Turning around he saw that she was glancing at him lurtivcly over her shoulder, and the lace then confirmed his suspicion enough that he gave chase. The woman also started to run and quickly darted into an alley. He lollnwcd and lor some time the footrace continued. Finully i he supposed Mattie turned into a dark street and nothing more was seen of her. t' lie pursuerstillinsiststh.it the person lie was chasing that night wus Ma. tic Jackson, A MOST 1'IIAK.UING ACTRIM. What the National Republican Matt to ii of I he Mule I.ndy. "'Jacquine.' Mattie Yickcrs," says the National kcpublkiin, of Washington. found n crowd before her last night every scat filled other seats brought mil immediately oci upird the audience, then, standing even to the furthest ivalls This concourse, which so took her by storm, she, in turn, took by slorm, anil through the entire plav held more an. I more assuredly. I.oud laughter and ap plause, boih almost incessant, accom panied the delightful hours. M. it lie Yick its is the most charming actress in In line we nave at any iimr seen. I lie sim ple jolity and naturalness of her way captures all hear: H-edily. Ii is lil, not a set-mum. which so attracts. She is is. uiililiil.gi ace fill, versatile, sii gsswcclh and dances il iintilv. There is no yen t "re in sav ng that her popularity, de billed at once, will increase w ith her Slav The company is so good that betlcr can lot Ih- found not wished." Miss Yickcrs will present this captiva ting comedy ut OiH-rn Hal! on the even iug of Mur. h 1". WAR AT VHII-Pl.K t'RKKK, Two Vellow WonMMt KMicMge In a l- Ut Fight. r.ttie l uster anil i.i u li.iveinn.it oe . upy uiljoitiii.g houses on Cripple Creek .mil Kmc is the sole possessor of an I'hony-hiird husbaiiil. whose affection. she charges the saflrou colored Klla ll.is loved with. Mond.iv i.iclit the nilair closed with climax. Kll i whs talking to the Foster woman's husband wh.n the irate will appeared on the scene. There was some Att INSVLT ANSWERKD, A Response to speaker Reed's Letter or Uecllnatloii. Lnt-iaviLLK, March 4 The follow ing letter was sent to-night to Repre sentative Cnilitll. of Kentucky, hv Inv F. Durham, president of the Blue Grass Linn, ol Louisville, Ky in replv to Speaker Reed's letter, declining to at tend the club's first dinner, in which he gave as his reason fears of being killed : Hon. Asher G. Cnruth, House of Representatives, Washington, D. C Your telegram announcing Speaker Keen s declination to attend the Hlue Grass dinner has lieen received. The Sieaker's letter to you, sent out by the Cress Association,' has, I think,' been read. I'lcasesay to the speaker that every assurance will lie given him that he will not be killed on histiist visit, though in case he should decide to die out here, special attention would be paid by the entire membership of the club to keep his grave green. This can easily lie done by burying him lienetilh the "grass. As the club has a code of rules for its gov ernment, hich is in harmony with gen eral parliamentary law and the constitu tion of the I'nitcd States, it might he that these me the facts which huve de- terr'-d lum from accepting. THli Oil. TANK UXI'I.ODKD, SHBVILLB AlVl;KTISli!Uli.'TS. -EJELLICO COAL,E- i AT RETAIL, t For Grate, .... $5.00 For Stoves, .... $4.50 BEST ANTHRACITE COAL For dale at WIioIi-hhIc and Hi'tnil by ASHEVILLE COAL COMPANY, Telephone 36. Ksclusivt Audits (liomestle and Steam i for Western North Carolina. LHWI9 MADDUX, Prrs riisscToss: Lewis Maititux, M. 8. H. Kccil. I'.ro. S 1 L. P. McLtll'K, Vice-I'rrs. I. B. RANKIN, Caahlor. nranlen, M.J. I'ukk. J. B. Rankin, 1. K. Ray, J. K. Reed owrll, CM Mel.oud. Three Men lllovtu Into Kternlty at MaHHlleon. Ohio. Massii.i:on. O., March 4. An oil tank on the third section of Fort Wayne train No. exploded early this morning at l.uKevuic west ol here. 1 lie train stop- ied, and the fourth section, following close behind, crashed into it, causing u terrible wreck, which took lire and burned up. lingiiteer John rCowan, Fireman Har vey Gatehouse and Mrakcmnn Miller, of the tifty fourth section, were killed, and Gatehouse's body cannot be found. It is team! that he was cremated in the ruins. liigliteeu cars saturated with oil were 1. lulled mid the heat whs so great mat the engine Ik-ii was melteil. while the tics for fifteen hundred varils were consumed and the track twisted out of ha ie. Cowen and Miller were married and lived at Alliance. G.dehouse was a single man hiiiI Ins Home was at Dolestown. RALKIUH HANK WRKCKKM, - WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, E- -OiKKnlic.l May 1st, IMHM. CAPITAL, 850,000. SURPLUS, 815,000 State, County and City Depottitory. Does a General Hankluit Hiislurss. Deposit! receiveil. Kxchanae bought and sold. Col lections made on all accrullilr points. The Savlna Prature will receive ieetal attention. On sit sums In this department, deposited lor four months or longer, Interest at the rate of per cent, per annum will he paid. 8cclal attention irlven to loans on real estate, which will be placed for lone time on real souable tem.i, Opeo from a m. to .1 p. m. On Haturdays the Baring Department will neopcntill a p.m Janldly 39-T H E SHOE STORE -39 KKMOYED TO NO. 39 PATTON AYENI'E LEADERS H. T. COLLINS, President. E. E.EAGAN, Secretan ASHEVILLE IE COMPANY. DiHtillod Wuter. Office: No. 80 I'ure Ice iihioV from I'ntton Avenut. I). C. Wadhkll, Hreslrtrnt. W. W. Uahnahd, Vice President. Lawrence Pixliam. Cashier. CAPITAL, 815(),0(X). THE NATIONAL BANK OF ASHEVILLE, THE LARGEST AND OLDEST BANK In Wesiterti North Carolina. TIhh Iinik to aut lioriztnl by the State Treumirer to rweive State Thxh from Slieriffs. mid receipt for tuune. IntercMt will he pniil on money deposited for four months or lonper. mid certiflcatcs of deposit issued for same. SHOES or ALL GRADES, i FINR IHRKCTORI l W. . lIAIt.VAKI). (ii:o. A.siirFoui). .. L. fWHItOLL. o. c. VAi)i)i:u., J I. SAWYKH. T. V. rATT(.V, Kk'IIMOXI) PEAKSON, riir Must serve Their Sentences) of llard l.ortor. kALCKiii. N. C. March . Thcsuiremr court tins in.. ruing sent ilown lo the clerk ol the n a ke count v suia-nor court the p.iiers in the Cross and While case Iwanng upon the continuation of their sentence by the Tinted States supreme court. The clerk this afternoon issued the necessary process commanding Cross and White to begin serving their sen tences, which are seven years at hard labor on the public roads of this count v mr Cross, mill live tor White. Thev sur rendered tin msrlves ten das ago, and will probably iiegui their service to-mor row. 1'll.tHI.OTTi: HOI'S, A I'evullur ,He- IH-Mlh of m Well Known Citizen. CiiAm.oriK, N. C, March 4. News reacheil here to-tught ol n mcnliar caw in .Mcl'owe!! couutv. Iv lelore vesier dav John Anderson went to the hiime of Willis lUincan and told him that hi wanted to borrow $ln. Iiuncan told lum that he did not have it to spare. ivncrcupoii ,niierson sain "All right, and waiked oil. In a few moments the report ol u iiistol'was heard ill the woods near by, und on going to the spot it was ounii mat .Mi.irrs.ui nail commillcil sui ide by shooting a bullet throuirh his nc.iii. Josph V. Wilson, n well knowucitUen ol t. harlot tc, is dead. TtiulbCa Wound Uaiivcroa. Wasiiinoton, March 4 Ks-Comrrcss- man Taullwc, who was shot by Corres poniirnt iviiicuni on l-ni'.-iy last is now hard words, and a hair pulling match I very dangerously ill I'ollowdl. Two hours later the t.,,i changed lor the worse stood licfore the M.iMir and thev were his case having I ne nan n.is ix-cn loe.tleil nnnrovi iiiiilclv. Iiitt finf u.-..,.rrii..K. Th L..... Na. a Pall,... A ,,,. .. .n.,iW. , m, i,,m-,i 1. 1 ni.in-ai i condition. However, is n.li tln.t tlw. t.l.c. it the inoriiiiig session ol the court and siciuus ure Iriirlul ol the results that II ATS. Special Attention Given to "Htyle" and "Quality" or.oodn. Herring & Weaver, - AshcvHle, N. C. SKYLAND SPRINGS Only 8 Miles Irons Asthevllle on tile A. & H. Hallroad and Heiidcrnoiivllle Pike. The arrutrsl number and variety of mini ral .prlnici to he found In the South. 48 Spring" 011 Less Than 40 Acre., L nai.wiraie. iroii. sulphur rpsi.m, alum, ami tm.Kili-.ln. Several very fine romtilnatinii. , v -mmi. ...n n,.,, ....iicv ir.niiiir, enroiue ilvM-nterv, ehr..nH .I. iri.il an. I .'hriinlc i rk lu-a. nclir. I inr ..,.,,., r.,,i. .i i . : . . ... . . : - ,1. E-rn.m n.n.r n hic c. t 1. .11.111 M.mv are i.uvi.ii; mis in 1. ml. I rrs.irl c.ill.iu.-. u, nn H... s 1 .... ... 1.1 ' ...V n.m mc niuiciiii water, iionril ciin lie had at io to S30 Per Month, or Si Per Hay. Int. nut di. invited to come anil tr the water, titeal liiiprLVrnirnn will lie lu'ade nei Tonn. Irive Asheville at u.uR a. m. and return at 7 p. m.-farc 85 rents, l-.ir further Inturmatloo wrile tu OTIS A. MILLER, fen 1 1 rtHnj Kk viand H. s.. !M. TAYLOR, 1IOUIS & BROTHKRTON, Wholesale and Keiuil dealers in HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, STOVES, HKATHRH, RANUICH. T1XWARI!, Vc. SANITAR V PI.lMIIINi;, CAS A Nil ST 15AM FITTINiS. TIN AMI SI.ATK KtiuKINr., AI'T IMATIC I5LKCTKIC CAS MCHTINU AND CAM. BKI.I.S. AGEN fS FOR "ROYAL" GAS MACHINE. AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER WORK FOR MILLS A SPECIALTY New StoreUnder Opera IIouHe, Asheville, N. C. Itatimatr. Cheerfully illvrn nn all Work n nur Line. GRELVT 3IINERAL AVEALTH K.I.I. In the im.untnlns of Nunh Carolina, and I. now heln raplillv developed To imt the di niHIli . nf Ih. ir i.unln,, I !.... . .. .. k . : ' . , . . de P. Kick. Its. and John S. Hnnks. MetallarKi.t..'l.hemlt.. and SUi.K-J!l.J'Zl. Vo.r" wimple. Bsaay and report upon all minlnit products .ulimUte.rbv us.' r lielievi 1 his i.rrnni.em.ni u- II lu. n,.t ...I. ... .... ... ' 7J1I " j . oped Mineral Pn..-rlle. un.1 HI lw 01 areut a..l.lance in disDosina of the .Jlur vl.j kick it. iiiiaehiirac ol the . el.-lirai-d nd ha. a aorld-widr rrtiuiatlnn linnieoialr attrntinn School of Mliiet. of Columbia College, I h. simple fact that he is Interested here will command sample, ol mln rill, will l.e forward. . I f..r imuirdiute inspection as aooa aa thev arr lieoceht to . ar i.Hice. If .11 Hi Miii.ly.l.. .1 mniUrnlr fee will lie charged. II worthless, no .-hiirije will lie -aile. All analytlca' rharKea. inrludioii ' (old, Hllver, Iron, topper, Tin, Corundum, Etc., Wi.l lie hi ten tip.,n application We make Mineral and Timla-r l.nsds a aneeialt. JEXKS & JENKS, Real - Estate - and - Insurance. ' Rooiiih t Sc 10, McAfee Block, aS Patton Ave., Anhevllle, N. C. W. T PBNNIM1N W, rBNNIMSN. PENNIMAN & C0., ASHliVILLt, N. C. AOBNT8 FOR OUPONf POWDER CO., RICHMOND STOVE CO.. CORTLAND WAGON CA OLD HICKORY WAGONS. STUOEBAKER WAGONS. MOLINE SCALE CO ENGINES, SAW MILLS, ETC. M'CORMICK HARVESTING MACHINE CO. bPd It lite bond wv t. incited. But .vesterda.v afternoon the lighters. and all their friends from the unsnvorv neighborhood where thrylive. were in the court room. Thev were linullv made to understand that the nlT.iir was settle. 11111 nicy ich vowing vengeance on each others head. An Ahsurd Antiquity. I'hila.lclplua Times. If senators did not talk outside nf tin senate ciiuiuiK-r no senatorial secrets would be m ute public, mid whdc they do :ulk, incl isiug the senate cliainU-r Willi . dead wall foity fret thick will not keci woulil lollow an oiH-ratmn to remove the bullet. laulUc's condition ai worse this afternoon thun it was two .lays ago. !rr-alrJeiiMil NoinlnHtlonai. W'ASIIIMiToN, March 4. The I 'resident to-ilav nominated to Ik-co triors ulcus. loins Joseph h. U-e. district of St. Johns, i ioruia.; Haiiicl r. Hooth, ilistrict ol .Mobile, Ala. For False Pretenauea), John Connor, ol Salisbury, negro. mat brought to the city yestrrdat charged with obtaining goods under I "ides tailing to tie secret, is an absurd On Tucsdily Next, Anil for that oav only, ure offered im mure line of Tin Toilet SetslorSL' 110.1111I frl.'M) kt set; worth from $J.5U to sri'ilK-rset. I cannot sell these high inierd aria, an.l will ..It a. tl,H.. - the news)iixrs from publishing what .iIhivc. Alnvs low priersand liuegoods they do und say m cKccuuve session, it Law's, 67, 5U aud 61, South Main a iv w-iiute (u j(et even Willi ine W ICKCO I street. lie nap, I per ill just one wnv. It SIIOUIII uove no secrets. The secret session, Ik?. ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY 217 Haywood Street. All WATER TIIOROl'GMLV FILTICRKD on the Preuilwea. Twentr-nve years of practical eiH-ricn.. comhinrd with cssmisal altrntlua to all de-1 talis of the business and perfect arranncmcnta lor ci.sani.issss and i-i-kitv of all Koods manufactured, enahlr the proprietor to present lo hi. numerous patrons a superior class ol Carbonated Herrrajrc. Vichy and Seltzer Water In Siphons. Olnin-r Ale and all the various Mayor, of HUH A WATbR ready for shlpmrat and delivered I Iree In Cltjr limits. Out of town orders must have KKsroasiaLi reference. C. H. CAMPBELL. h"R RBNT. false pretenses. He is .n jail and will re main until the coming term of the crimi nal court in April, A Mull for nuttinges. Dr. (. W. Whitson bus brought suit gainst the city of Asheville for damages. Mr. Whitson owns prorty near the dam snil he nllrge. that the overflow bus done serious damage to it. A Prominent Man Uons, Ralrioh. N. C , March . T. W. Pool. prominent citucn of Willtnmton, Mar tin county, died uddenly nt the Yarhar ouah house In this city to day. He was State senator from Martin county in antiquity lor winch there is no possible An a-rnora brick dwelllnt-on drove street excuse 111 u iree government. It slioulil ' wkavkk. a? ulHibsheil outright, and an cud made of the turcica I pretense of iniestignting ue manner in which secrets wlucli nrvei should have been scen ts re inude public. PROF. BUSHNELL Kciciitiflc Optician, Hpreistist ut ih K.frselioa of th Ira. suolio aitMua, - oi.iibuirb, omo OAKS HOTEL, ASIIKVILXE, N. C. MANN, JOHNSON & COMPANY, RUCCBHiUIHS TO SHEPARD, MANN A JOHNSON, AND THE BLAIR FURNITURE CO NO. 37 PATTON AVENUB. 1 .1 111 I ..r...L 1883 mid lH83.nnd wasrecenilv engaged " ' 1 " """T 1 he tlie board of education as an nu?,.t to ' . I"1" r'."!!1 cr m"ft ranging In sell lands iKlongingto the Scottish funds, f l'u,H- 1 " ...., fii u,. Ti.. ,.r i... ....i.i... lusinrss mr a numiH-r 01 years anil An Indiana Bank Trial. MlxciR. Ind., March 4. The banking firm ol C. I.. Ia w is til Co,, doing business in Winchester, n town of 3,(M0 inhabi tants, twenty miles enst ol this citv closed its doors yesterday m made nn assignment. Kxpcrts are in charge of the books. All of the countv otliciiils made deposits with the bunk and consequently are heavy losers. The treasurer will loose $.'l,ou, auditor $1! Ill 1111 1 oing was substantial I Great ex- If vou lielieve In refriiferntor mrnts and citemenl nri'vuils over the nssignment. frmfs don't lorget that the place to get the veiv liest is at ihe Western Ilressed WorrJerera In Clover. Beef and Provision eoinpnny's market. I CiiAltl.KtroN, S. C, March 4. This ir. t, AiriNTiKR, .Manager. was a good clay lor murderers n Charles. '.in. In the sessions court a man named Tb Mountain Park Hotel, Hot I Anderson was let off with a verdict oil sprlnst. C, mniisiaughter. the charge bring the mur I firstclnss in every nnrticiilnr, with "rT f Cupid Smalls in December last. It th best table In the South. Pure and wn, . cciiii-bioocien murder, and yet he liun lnnt water and perfect sanitary ar- wn lrt wlt 1 n entemT Two ranirrnieuta. years isrlore the murder of Sinn Ms. Andcr. tl. . .. 1. l.....,li-..t n 1. I son killed anoclipr mun in fl, M,..M..l...d I 7uur milder than Asheville. there hcim, no Napoleon Leville, who killed his wile on "' or tyesch t If you will call an.l ONE "tub FINEST HOTELS 'thk SOUTH. Who,CHtt,e and Retail Furniture Dealers, death. regarded us one of the most banking houses in the State, ASTIGMATIC TEST. TtostotradlatiacluM should til aa. psr .quallr black aad dlsUast wltk ailbsr 7 whaa th other is atnrsd. Tht Professor will b her a few days. Is your light filling t Do you have tht harsh wimla and nodust toirriinL wroL rebrunry 17, anil desperate v wounded aim, hi will csrffullr smln youi thnwussnd lungs. her uncle, got a continuance ot his case level fre of chsrgi, and lit voa With gUsset 1 ne ontna in marine pooia nre ine nn-i est In th world and th thermal wnters I " are an unexcelled siK-cihc for rheumatism. " llao Man. fout. sciatica, nervous exhaustion audi Fort Smith, Arlt., March 4. Deputy an nwaam w ..m auu ininai, mursniii vt uson nets nrriveu ner Irnm Excellent pliysiclunt reside at th ho- th Creek Nation with Oibson Pntridge, tl. , . th Inst of Ih notorious Wesley Burnett Trains leT Asheville for Hot Springs gnng, who is charged with murder and at 7. MO a. m.. 4.3rc nnd 7 n. m hftrv..,.ntl.tv wiitn. ....... Excursion tickets. Includinjc one dny'a th house In which Pntrldg was, JustJA7 TV TT board at Mountain Park hotel, $4.50. befor th roof fell in the desperado camel V V . J. . 1 l" ForTataetc.,r4dtesa out and threw down his arms. sWF If you need (hem. Twenty years' sxpiri tnci fitting gltssci. But gold Eyi-glsiw ir Soactaelts, from $4.00 upwatds. -AT RAVSOR & SMITH'S Drug- Store. AJr. W. 0. DUOLITTLI. Our Nw Work Bolosrna will Latrllea-Ple-aae call at M.r. Fineai xnrnyi ana inica- plcuae tne most raatldloua. tin Rlarkot. and ae tha wn nuai a a. iiaaai, a n ah a irs'ts nMUjTi CDOItTcat ncata. ?i it fji's J LAiw I Anfs THK IXJUli liVKUY IS MIXLTES FIVE MINl'TES' WALK FROM COl'KT Syl'AKE. Service and Table FirMt-ClattH. Pnr terns aildreas GIIEEN1VELL & HARGAN, Proprietor. And Undertaken. -Prompt attratlua aim lu all orders, day or nlatat -INEWIGOOD SI- PLUMBING, STEAM AND GAS FITTING, TIN AND SLATE ROOFING, ARCHITECTURAL, IRON WORK. JuBt In, nnd We are Goinic to Sell Them. p,an" " Specification- Furnished on Application All kinds of liryOooda. Notions. Ureas Ooods. Olnuham.. lH.me.ilc, jeans, Planael, Blanket., Shoe,. Hoots. Hats-lot nf them bouahtfor lew than eust ut maklna. M.ni of them tm.lne.. cost nothing and a half, aad will be sold the sant. war. W. are .sent, for some of th lar- W, hare thoroa.h mech.alr. I. ,B, who have had manv years' D,rl. I. the,. est Paetorte. in the south and can sell voa Home made Jean., all wool tilled, for less than you can set them front aay other store In the at at. We keep OKAHAM'K H0MK-MAI1H amiR. and will sire yoa aay stylt at as low prices as any other factory la th. itate, and a-uarantee ery pair. A areat many of oar goods were bought at aactloa and lata la the season, so we can all theas lower than yoa will Ind them at aay other store In the at at. Try and see. Prices marie In the stun. AMhevlllc Dry Goods Co., IT Norta Mala street, 1st door below Penalman l Hardware atort, J. O. HOWBI.L, Manager. We can aafrly guarantee nar patrons .atiafactloa la oar work, a low garas BALLARD, RICH & BOYCE. a-hifidi ASHEVILLE WOOD COMPANY. ALL KINDS OF WOOD AND KINDLING. ESTABLISHED 1888. OFFICE WITH YARD, M NORTH COURT SQUARE, NEXT TO tCOTTI LUMBER YARD. Electric Can Paaa office Door. A. II. & C. E. LYMAN. Owners. JaaK dim sscaa ' FITZPATRICK BROS. & ROBERTSON. Dcalcraln Wall Paper, WlndowShadeaandratentMaiifrera, Paint., Oil. aad VaraLhes. Mry'i MI.ed P.I.U and Color.. Window 01s. hot Preach and Americas w. aerp in .toea at. iialsand Kenlarkr Uad. rehSdly THE "BONANZA" THR LRADIftO ' v WINE AND . LIQUOR STnnn IN THE STATE. FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOSf. j. a. MAatavARDT. .t. RQ. 43 S. HA M ST.. 1SKFVII IT I