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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN : THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 20, 1890.
THE DAILY CITIZEN. J. I). CAMERON, Editor. H. D. CHILD, Business Manager. Ths Daily Citizen will be published every afternoon tempt SunJay) at the lolluwlnn rates stnecJy caia; One Year " 8lz Months 3.01' Three Months l.fli' One Month 0'' One Week Onrearrlers will deliver the paper even afternoon In every part of the city toounub-wi-iurrs, and parties wanting it will pleaM call at the citiirn n flier Aiiykktiiinu Katps Reasonable, and mad, known on application at this office. All transient advertisements must be paid ia ad Vance. The Citiikn Is the most etenslvelv drcu latrri and widely read newspaper in Westcn North Carolina. Its rilsmisninn of nubile men and measure. is In the interest of public integrity, honesi G overnment, ann prosperous industry, ana i' nows nu Dersonal allrihancein treatiOMPUb lie issues. Hpecimen copies of any edition will be tent f Te to any one sendinR their address. Reading notices ten cents per line. Obitu ary. mnrriaue and society notices fifty cent, each inot eiceediug ten lineal or fifty cent per inch. THURSDAY. MAKCH 20. 1NU0. TIIK D4II V CITIZEN Is on sale at the following places in Ashevillr CITIZKN OPKICK. HATTUKY PARK NKWSSTANP. MOI'liL CUSAR STORK. Patton Ave. J. CAKSO.V8 NUWS 5.TOKK, .North Court Siiuare. .. . . . M PKRTINKSiT AND aEKfeVONAL.. News) About Asltevllllana and o: Strangers within Our Gate. E. A. Henry, of New York, is at tin Battery Purk. Jno. V. Kciler, a Kentuckian, is ut thi Buttery Park. T. E. Young, of Hayiinue, N. J., is nt the Glen Rock. J. H. Rryson, of Dillsboro, is at tin Grand Crntrul. Scott Brown, of Salisbury, was in tin city this morning. E. II. Smith, of Richmond, is rrgistercc at the Grand Central. J. M. Ford, of Knoxville, is rvgistcrei' at the Battery Park. M.S. McClellan represent KnnxvilK ut the Grand Central. T. V. Hammond, M.D., of Wasliiiijjion. is at the Swnnnunoa. J.J. Gill, of Steubenville, Ohio, is reen tered at the Swunnanoa. Mr. Y. Edminston has returned Ironw short visit to Springfield, t). Louis S. Alslinl, of Springfield. O., is u the Glen Rock for u few dnva. N. J. Farrier, of Providence, R. I., h registered at the Swnnnnnon. Marriage license has been issued to J V. Bishop and Rachel Rollins. V. E. Cnlilen, of Providence, R. I., is at the Glen Rock for a short while. Mrs. M. F. Wood and II. J. Park, o Sew York, are at the Battery Park. J. R. Rollins represents the far Westcn State ol California nt the Swnnnunoa. In the case of Roberts vs. Pierce th jury returned a verdict for the plaintiff. J. S. Greene, of Cleveland. Ohio, is ii the city, stopping at the Buttery Park. I). J. Martin and Dr. Albert Lipmau, o New York City, are at the Hat ten Park. G. T. Allen and J. R. Allen, of Wol Creek, were at the Grand Central thit- morning. Ex-Judge J. C. L. Gudger. of Waynes villr is in the city, stopping at the Grand Central. Mrs. Chns. II. Peer and the Miss iHrere urc at thcSwuununoa. Their Ileum is Moline, 111. Miss Mary Curtis and I'. Kingsbur Curtis are ut the Swunnnuoa. They un from New York. The will of the InteMarianiGarren w. probuted to-day in the office of the clerk of the superior court. Mr. Fitch Taylor bus purchased through Gwyu & West, a lot on tin corner of Hilliard street and Merrimon avenue for $1,8(10. Sales were very good at the ware houses this morning. The highest prici at the Banner was $53, at the Allianci $36 and at the Farmers' $35 per buu dred. Lula Covington, the negro woman who was cut the other day by John Can owny ii recovering rapidly. Gnnownv bat to far eluded all attempts at cap ture. There will be a young men's meeting at the Y. M. C. A. rooms to-night, at b o'clock, led by Mr. Geo. H. Burnham Subject: "I Gave My Lile for Thee!" Luke xxm: 33-46. A very pleasant progressive whist party was given lust night by Mr. W. F Snider at his borne on South Main street, complimentary to Misses Holmes mid Kesler, of Salisbury. A Peculiar Case, The superior court is wres'ling with a case to-day, the points of whu h are in terestink. R. B. Brank pastured a vnlu- ante horse in the same lot with a bull be longing to James Rhea. Last June the borse a ied suddenly ana irom certain marks on it the animal was aponrentlv gored to death by the bull. Suit wus brought for $1C0 dumages. The defend ant will attempt to prove that the horse killed itself by running ngnint the stumps Intnencia. aiuorc at aicrn.K represent the plaintiff und Gudger, Carter 8c Mar tin tbe delendunt. Burned to Death. A, little child of Joe Henderson, who lives near Charlotte, was burned to death Tuesday. The parents of thrchild .were out in the field at work and the child was alone in tuecubin. Within an hour or two after it had been left there the parents hrurd loud screams, and looking in the direction of the cabin saw the little one running towards them with its clothes ablate. The child dropped to the around before they could reach it All its clothes were burned off, and it was so badly injured that it died within tbe course ot an nour. Heal Kslata Transfer. M. A. and B. A. Merrimon to I.F. Ilines, lot on Merrimon a venue.. $1,250 V. Doubleday to (.. L. Ilolcombe, lot in North Asheville 200 M. C. Davis and wile to . U. 8nms, trnct in this county 100 I. M. McEntire and wile to J. B. Sams, ten acres in Leicester township 300 M. B. Roberta to T. C. Starnei, lot on RUrtws venue 1,000 M. B. Robeits to T. C. Starnes, lot oa Starnes avenue 3,600 THREE THOUSAND HERE. THE HVHBER OK VISITOR IN ABHEVILLK. some Point About the city of lu tereHt to Investors A New Ho tel a Certainty -Blyr Interest on Investment. The number of visitors in Asheville seems to increase rather than to dimin ish and the hotels and boarding houses are filled to overflowing with transients. Where the crowds that enter the city every day secure accommodation is a question no one appears able to answer. Only u few nights ago two men enme in on the 12 o'clock truin and went to thcGlcn Rock and registered. Therewas not a room in the house and they were .'(impelled to spend the long hours until nornitig on the straight buck scats iu the .vaitiug room nt the station, "Asheville has never hud so many visi tors at one time," said a real estate lealer yesterday. "There nie 3.0U0 in .he city if there is one, und it seems a niruclc where they are housed. That is lot all of it. The increased popularity ol Vsheville has not only drawn numbers ol lealth seekers to the place but moneyed ncn are drawn here as a good place for .arcl'ul investments and there are several leals on now,which, if consummated, ,vill mean a vast amount to tbe city. The new hotel of the Southern Improve ucnt company is almost a certainty, nml 4;vcral are looking over the ground with t view to building hotels. There is a magnificent opening for a building twice the size of Buttery Park, and it will not lie long before such a one is erected. It nust be if Asheville entertains ull of the jcople who want to come here and it vill be. There is a grand opening ami he people may rest assured that it will lot remain so long." There is no place in the South where in vestments will pay better interest than n Asheville. There is a growing demand or small houses and thev bring the liest d' rent. From five to eight room houses un lie rented in Asheville as Inst as they an lie erected. The coming spring will fitness such a building boom as has lever been seen l-cfore. Any numlier ot ottages will be erected, and the arclii .ects already have more work than they an accomplish. The city is enjoying ns pleasant a boom is any town in the South. "This is not a place," said a gentleman .esterday, "where a man is attracted lit the chances ot sieculatiiin. There area 4reat many towns in the country whin iroprrty goes to-day for a thousand dol lars, to-morrow for fifteen hund.cd anil o on. Tiiere is none of that wild boom lere. but if a iktsoii is satisfied to litiv roicrty and ijuietly wait developments. u Irom mix to twelve mouths lie inuv Ik lire of realizing 25 rr cent, profit on Im uvcsttiictit. I here is no place w Here re urus ure surer." A gentleman who has recently put $3n, lOtl in Aslivville ibrt remarked rcccntU .lint it he were inclined he wus satisfied hat he could erect houses on halt of hie icwly ncipiirrd properly and that it .vonld pay him 15 per cent, on the whole n vestment. This is unially the dull season but the is.iturs apparently do nut care to leave mn the streets ure constantly tbrougeu .vitn them. All of his cannot but Ik' translated as immensely in the city's favor. WHlCN TO PLANT PANMIKH. 4 Lover of the Flower tilvea Nome Valuable Points. Editor Citizen : Many persons treat linnsies as it tnev were tender annuals. ind do not plant seeds until "all danger il trost is over, ant thus lose at least three months of bloom. One of the most valuable points in pansy culture is that they may lie had in abundnut bloom in March, April and Muv; a season when Mowers are still scare. A sugnt prated lion ngaiust late frosts is ull that is nee cssnry, as they 'Vill bear a very low tem perature without injury, provided the sunlight docs not strike them while frozen. .No flower under the skiltul anil patient manipulation of the florist bus shown greater improvement both in size anil inn kings. Punsies do not tolerate the hot, dry air ot living rooms, but delight to cluster about the door-step, under the walls, or even ccp through tiie windows Irom window boxes just outside. No flower has so near human inti ll'gence ol expression, and ils very mime means "to think. rrencli iiense-1 Pnnsirs and their cumins, the violets, require cool, moist, shudv situations; not aosoiutc shade, out silted sunlight, falling through the foliage of tall trees, or morning or evening tmii, or a north wnll pen to the sky, will do admirably. Our mountain climate Here is almost pertcctly adapted to their requirements. From seed sown last fall, the plants wintered in a common cold pit, there is belorc me, now as I write, a pansy blos som measuring 2xWV inches, the two diameters, a thing of beuuty and u iov forever." Beds of low growing plants are always appropriate near the dwelling house. and lor such situations pansies are venr de sirable, iieing constantly in bloom, and alwavs nright and cneeriui. F. W. Vmv, AN IHHKNHK Pl'RCHAtK. An Aahevtlllau Interested Large ly In Oeomls. A syndicate in which Colonel Frank Coze, ot Asheville, and General Young ore largely interested were the successful bidden for the Okefenukee swamp in Georgia. The property comprise 350, 000 acres of land, cost twenty-six and one half cents ier acre and there's mil lions in it. For some time the State of Georgia has been trying to dispose ol this lund and the sale wot just consumma ted. In an interview with the Atlanta Constitution with regard to the property, Mr. J. C. Johnson, civil engineer who is thoroughly posted, speaks at follows: "The timber alone it worth much more than wat oaid lor the orouertv. Itisthe finest I ever saw in my life, and then the Innd it Immensely rich. I don't speak without knowledge, because I hare care fully examined it and 1 know that be low the tlx feet of muck and decaying vegetation there it a firm, rich earth whi h will grow anvthing in the world." "Will the twsmp be hard to drain ?" "It will be an eny task to drain the whole twamn. that is. it would be so for me, because I made special study of tbe rivers witha vie v of drainingtheswatnp. I am. therefor, willing to stoke mv pro fessional reputation that tbe water can be started for $10,000 and tbe swamp can be drained for $260,000. Every man who has moner in vetted In thit swamp will be worth millions." OOM1P OP THE DAY. The supreme court of Mississippi has reversed tbe judgment of the court of Marion county in that State in the case of Champion Pugilist John L. Sullivan, and Sullivan must ttand trial again if any indictment it preferred against him. Although the reasons for not confirming the sentence ol the lower court were strictly technical, yet every recognised 'sporting man" feels in hit inmost soul thut only justice has been done to the big fighter, after all. He wus saddled with a fine and twelve months' imprisonment, while his antagonist, Jake Kilrain. whom he defeated, was let off with a lesser fine and a sentence to imprisonment extend ing over a period ol only two months. Sullivan is by profession a bruiser, more or less of a brute, and when in his cups a recognized hard man to keep within strictly legal bounds; but Kilrain also mukes a living by frequently overstep ping the limits of legal authority, and but for his persistent effort to drive Sulli van into a comer the big Boston boy rt'ould probably never have stepped into a prize ring to maul an adversary with his naked and sledgehammer fists. Sulli van can make more than sufficient mony in standing before mobs of enthusiastic admirers in crowded balls and theaters and gei.tlv tupping some other heavy vciglit boxer with soft gloves. He is a aparrcr rather than a London prize ring hitter and wrestler combined, and we laucv that nothing would please him bet ter than to be allowed to go on his way iu peace, doing ull his fighting with the most hurmlcss of soft gloves and never venturing to even threaten the breuknge of the law. When the Gnssiper saw Sul livan spur the last time he sparred so very delicately that the spectators howled with disappointment, and only a popular idol like Sullivan would have dared to so offend them. The huge athlete boxed but three rounds, one of which lasted, if we remember rightly, but fitty-seven sec onds, and the other two but a trifle over a minute each. His adversary wus Joe Lunnon, the broken-nosed South Boston blacksmith, and tbe comparison between tbe two whs like thut of the spider to the fly. Sullivan, however, gave a re murkable exhibition of speed and quick ness for a man of such huge bulk, and the play of bis steel muscles was a wicked thing to watch. He is probnbly quite content to earn a living by such exhibi tions, rather than by mangling and Iieing mangled by ruffianly contests in the prize ring; nud at any rate his pun ishment should be the suiueasKilrain's no more, no less. A feature of North Carolina law that alwuys interests people from other States is the imposition of the death penalty upon burglars. Many strangers pro nounce this a barbarous thing; but tbe argument most frequently made uscol to justify such a severe punishment has much in it that is plausible. The average burglar is kuown to be armed he is a tool if be doesn't carry weapons, surely and in cute he it observed and cornered at bis work he is extremely liuble to cut or shoot somebody pretty severely. Therefore the commission of the offense of burglary presupposes a willingness on the part of the burglar to commit the greater crime of deliberate murder in order to escape the consequences of being captured while bis interesting work is being done. s Besides, the average jury doesn't ap pear to be willing to demand the sacrifice of the criminal's lile when he is captured at or after bis operations ure concluded. In 1889 there were thirty-one burglary cases and only two convictions; of mur- er there were fifty-eight trials and five convictions; of rape eighteen cases and one conviction; and of arson six cases, with one conviction. All this is a twice- told tale to regular readers of Tat Cm zkn; but it has a certain interest to nuin bcrs of the strangers who arc now with us and interested in tbe Mulc t inttitu tiont. Fatigue that ia, over-fatigue is the right bower of His Satanic Majesty in this worM. A family party going South from New torn recently were eomlort ably installed in parlor ear. There were present trie tamer, roomer, a "lady iriend" who was evidently not a relative, the oride of the family, a wee toddler. and his neat looking French bonne. For the first two hours the behavior of this deliriously congenial little family party was calculated to make the lorn bachelor four seats away writhe with envy. Papa smiied sweetly and chirruped, albeit with a voice like a cross-cut saw, at his off spring; mamma's face was wreathed in smiles that would have made death or quinine seem sweet to the recipient of her lavor: babv toddled cheerfully un and down the car, and squealed with glee when the neat rrencn Donne pursued mm and seised bim just as he was about to tail upon bis blessed little nose; and the "lady friend," who was yonng and good looking, insisted upon having "that lieautitul child to bold just one minute. and then sbe held the usual praise service over the youngster till be concluded that there could be too much of a good thing, and astonished the car with a fretful yell that the French girl quieted. Three hours passed. Tbe chatter of conversation in tne car nan nearly ceasea. I nc Daid-ncanefi man witn tne rea coy ered novel was sound asleep. Tbe bach' elor was wondering if Washington would ever be reached, and was beginning to doubt it. Papa, with his silk cap pulled over bis eyes, snored till be nearly drowned the rattle of tbe ear wheels. Mamma, ungallant though it it to say to, wat a sight as sbe reclined ungrace fully and half asleep on tbe arm of her cnair, I nc "laay menu, once so carciui, trim and neat, had thrown style to tne dogs and was a sleepy andcarelcMyoung woman, who reolicd petulantly and crossly to a question asked by the French Ooune, Tne baby, diaturtwd in nit rest, awoke and emitted a vicious sauall that was received with a smothered chorus of wratb ul remarks from tbe other occu pants of tbe car. When tbe party left the car at Washington tbe man was mut tering at tbe cold night air, tbe women, with tousled hair and sleepy eves, shiv ered and made remarks about tbe cli mate, tbe French maid covertly cuffed tbe bowling hope of the household till be moderated his wrath, and sbe herself didn't even return tbe admiring glance of a big policeman in all the glory of full Honoris, in di mvrsing vnrri nvsr blv wasn't a oJeasanter or more encag ing family party ia ail Washington. Meteorstloglcal Report For the 34 hours ending at 0 p. m., March 19, 1890: V. 8. Sionil Slavics STATIOS. Winyah Sanitarium, Aihcyllle, N. CI LAT. 88.86 N. LONO.H3.36W. SLK. 3380 FT. "Aftaatttra h ami bit v." tin grains per cubic foot of air.) r a m 1 223 TTp llAily Mean' OS4 1.967 J 3.73H P K BClfrlTATIoHn liibnMaVftb' Kaln and Snow lni h (Cor. for alt. Si temT) melted mow uanv nirao 2S.B4 thing Inches 0.29 Inches WIND. I WBATHBR. 1 ilrretlon. NJkNW Porcc(scale0tol0 a Clrar Oione Of possible amount. 66 per cent. TBMPBRATVRrT March 30. 7 a. m. 39.7. 3 p. m KAKLton Rl'CK, M. D., observer. Markets by wire. ClIIClOO. March 20 The following Is tbe range of leading futures to-day : ll la nest. Lowest, nosing, WhAT No. 9. May R0' T9H SOS lone sou 7tm How July....,, 7tU T7i TMt; CORN-NO. V, April 29V, 29 29V May Sow 2UV SO Inne aot, 3oV 3"S, July SIS Kl "S. .laguot 32 Sl S3 Oats No. a. Mar 22V 21U 23 June .i 2iS 21 S 21 S Julv 2IS illVs 21S Mill .'lUK-ll lOO. May in.sn 100 102 June 10 47 10.S 10.47 July 10.83 10.48 10.47 i.an a iw May 8 18 6.07 12 lune .1S 6.18 6 15 July 6.30 6.18 6.30 SHORT KIHS IUU. Mav 6.10 8.03 6 08 lune 6.10 6.10 6.10 luly 6.16 6.12 6.16 Nsw Vonk. Mureh 20. Cotton tntarea to day ranged al folluwi: niiinrsi. iiowcif, t losing. Marrh 11. SO 11.24 11 30 April 11.84 II 26 11 33 May ll. an 11.2s ll. an lime 11-48 li.3k 11 43 July 11.47 11. 3S 11.47 August 11 46 11.37 It 46 Oil atS hs aas Business Notices. Twenty Per Cent. Off All Japanese and Chinese goods for one week, beginning Marcn iu. lilts is to duce this stock. All the goods are choice and many ot them were lately marked down. Kememlier there is 25 per cent. off all quadruple plated ware daring March. A new line ol decorated dinner -ts iiist in. Call at Law's, 57, 59 and 61 South Main street. Tbe Mountain Park Hotel, Hot Mprtnara, M. C, Is firstctass in every particular, with the best table in the aoutb. Pure and abundant water and perfect sanitary ar rangements. The scenerv is beautiful, climate much milder than Asheville, there being no harsn winds and no dust to irritate weak throats and lungs. The baths in marble pools are the fin est in tbe world and the thermal waters are an unexcelled specific for rheumatism, gout, sciatica, nervous exhaustion and all diseases of skin and blood. Excellent physicians reside at the ho tel. Trains leave Asheville for Hot Springs nt 7. .10 a. m., .30 ann 7 p. Excursion tickets, including one day's board at Mountain ram notel, .ol. For rates etc., rddress .lir. W. O. DoOLITTLg. Paint t Paint I The Averill Faint is the best. Outwears all others. Beautiful and economical. In general use 25 years. Guaranteed. Sam ple card tree. FlTZFATRICK BKOS. & RoMKKTSOS, mar 12 d&w2m Asheville. One Dollar Reward. We offer ONE DOLLAR reward to anv one who will show us a sack of poor ROLLER KING or ELECTRIC LIGHT FLOl'R from our mills. Buy Asheville Milling Company's Flour and you are sure nt getting the MfcM . Hons Manufactories. Support Home Manufactories by buy ing their goods. There is no better Flour made tor tne price than blectnc Light Flour. Ask your grocer for it and take no other. Tbe Best oa Barth. What are you paving for your FLOl'R? The Asheville Mining (.o.'a KULLKK KING FLOUR, the best on earth can be had at most any grocer's at $6 per barrel. SstT A. L. Melton, architect, is called to the western dart of tbe State un impor tant business and will be absent until Saturday evening. Parties wishing bust ness with him will csll at the office of Geo. P. Scott, who will see to it for him. 3 New AdTcrtlMtncnta To-Day, POVilTII PAOR, WlXTlD Oleo Rock Hotel. D 6. Wavsna Honse for Hale. Psmslb CoLLSOB Hntertalntseat. COLLEGE ENTERTAINMENT. THE YOUNG LADIES' LITERARY SOCIETY or AatacTtllc Female College Will give a Pablle Bntrrta lament Next Friday Evening-. The entertainment will be in the College chapel and will consist of music, vocal and instrumental, tableaux, and colloouv of nations. Tbe costumes are original ana sinning. This entertainment is entirely the work of the young ladies and they hope for liberal patronage from their friends. Tbe proceeds are to be used in the further fi nishing of the literary hall. Doors will be open at 7.30. the enter tainment to commence promptly at 8 o'clock. Tickets may be procured at the Battery Park and tiwaunanoa hotels and at tbe drug stores. Admission 60 cents, children half price. !Heod3t jpuK a LB. A handsome 10-roooi aosat, with t see yaati' rooms, city water sewer euansetloa. i oe naesi vivw is AsneTiw. noun coal, pttuly tarnished. Apply to It. . WATSON, artOdlw Real Ustaw. JJHtlADCOUK WANTBU. Apply to OLBM ROCK HOTEL, taarail dSt t Dfstol. M calibre Btitth Ws i, stlf. esehlne. S3 reward If tvtnrntil to ssartaat citiissoffics, IOTs FOR SALs, Os monthly uutalla maris itlw atl In Doubleday. OHO. P. SCOTT. 70RSALB. An Arton Saaart Pisao. good as sew. Win be sold cheap. The lastrsmcst may he sacs ate, Palh'l mask iton, North Mala street. T. W. rATTIIN, JasSS dt Adra'r of ttdward Weddls, R OOM AND BOARD Oh rosea and board t Northern strW esofc tag. NO. 11 HIAWAMss rLACR (stars stmt), mt street sT Past street, tkara mn, saanssiw TB)JPRIAriThB. ' 7 a ra2 pm9 p ml Mai. I Mln.l Dally Mean 88 I I 63.8 i 45.8 I 8H.8 I 40.8 i 49 SS PLiTivB'TnTmiiTV. '" ""7 am a p m I 9pm i Dally Mean ...4J 43. I 67 64.33 MISCELLANEOUS. SPECIAL BARGAINS DUBINO TUB MONTH OF IU ARCH 112-piecc Dinner Sets, new decorations. at 110. 6S-picc Tea seta, (9 OS. 10-pltcc Toilet Sets, 3 S9 and $4.TA. Brown Bramble Dinner Want at two-thirds price. Por Instance : aa fis Dinner Set for $13. FINE TOILET SETS AT COST TO CLOSB OUT. All Silver Hated Hollow Waicf at 25 Per Cent Discount. I will duplicate all hills of Northern Mousei for Crockery, Olass aad Cattery. J. H. LAW, 57. 59 Main St. ASH BVII.I.B, N. C. NO HUMBUG ! $20,000 Stock OF CLOTHING, HATS AND GENTS FURNISHING 600DS BOCNU TO BB SOLD IN THB Next Sixty Days! TO Close Ont the Retail Ranlncaa. Att this Stock of Ooodi wlU hcioldat Slaughtering Prices ! S. BRAFMAN, No. xo Patton Ave. maris d! m J. N. MORGAN St CO., Net. 3 Barnard BMlldlny;. School and College Text Lioolctt, a full line. 1'oetn, H.h- tory, Komance, Hiograph Travel ana .oveln, family HihleH, S. 8. IlihleH und Test ament, Oxford Teacherri HibleH, Sonir Books of all kindH, larp stock Stationery (lank Hooks and Office am School Supplies. New line Ladies' and Gents' Pocket- books just opened. Fancy (ioods and Dolls. feblOdl THOS. Ps HAMILTON at CO., GROCERS,-- mwBIG 22, Patton Avenues frMartSra PRIVATB BOARD. NBW HOUSSt NBWLV FUKNtSHBD ALL MODBBN IMPROVKMBNTS. MRS. N. B. ATKINSON, No. Ill Haywood Street, tnasadle NOTICE OF THE INCORPOMTION o "Taa Askcrvllla citlaats Pabllsk Ins; Compass." Notice Is hereby prWrn as required by Stat ate that oa the 1st day of March. A.li inho, A H. Fuller. Tans. W I'atlon and Thoa. A lours Sled I. the oMra of W. T R.rnnM. ih Clerk of ike Sniwrlur Court tor the county or nsnniMnr, ni.ii in nnni Carolina, articles of acnemrnt for the Incorporation of them seleei aad their associate! and anccesiora as a corporatlna to lie known be tbe same of " 1 nc asneeiiie utiim I'aoilsnina vompany," aad oa the said day they and thelraMoelates and successors were accordingly dale declared to be a corporation ander laid corporate nam, to ewuBic in eaisience lor tairty (au) rein. The priarlpal office and plsee of business of the said corporation Is to be In the city of Asheelllr, N C. and tbe business proposed Is the puhllcatioa of a new. paper In the cite of M.iwTiue, n. 1. ., or m nne Mser place or plana la tbe said Slate; Ike prlntinaand sell. ing tne same ; to purcnaac and hold lack real and fjeraooal orouertv as to fheaaldearoAra tlon mar see in best aad desirable to carry ont Said purposes 1 aad to do air and all such further acts sad thlasa usually done la a am elal printing and publishing eotalillikincst hoald Ike lame be deemed advisable for the proper development of tie ro in pane's pur poses aad propertel and thraaldeuenocallaa hill also have the oclvileM nf ..rru. m a Job pristine and book Mndinahaalaeai should thev at anv time else, aad aViaala miai. ae capital itoes, aivldM into sksrts of 1 went, -rive iioiiarseara. I. 10 M Five Thou- Saad Dollar. With thenrlvlleM .if iMMaa.. It to fifty Thoasaad Dollars The Individ ual itocBBoiacra arc sot to be reapoasiuie for ineaents 01 tae corpora tloa This 1st day of Marrh. A D. laao. w. T iivniii ni Clerk of the Superior Court of the county of ...iubu., swh 01 nml waroiiaa. mars d4t tan TLANTIC COAST 1.1 NB On aad after this data iha SiHaaU. k4 ales will be ma over Its "Columbia IM.Uioo." No. SS Leaves Colombia S.SU a. al. Arrive at Charleston...... S.S0 p. as, Ns. (S Leaveu Ckartestoi',,..,,,.. 7.10 a. as. en vsa at Columbia. ll.BSa. at. Cstnasettas with trains Is aad from ail slataah the Chaetnlta. l-nlhl. a, a nets ass Cotanabta a OmavtU Ballraada. jL JafBSBOrf, Oca. roan. Aat. Bsst. ASHEVILLE ADVERTISEMENTS. JELLICO COAL,- t AT RETAIL, i For Grate. - " For Stoves, - BEST ANTHRACITE COAL For sale at Wholesale and Retail by ASHEVILLE COAL COMPANY, Telephone 36. Kiclnslve Acenta I Domestic and Steam 1 for Western North Carolina. H. T. COLLINS. President. ASHEVILLE ICE COMPANY. Pure lee made from Distilled Water. Office: No. 80 Patton Avenue. GREAT MINERAL WEALTH Bilita Is the mountains of North Carolina, and Is now being rapidly developed. To meet the demand! of those owning Mineral Properties, we have made arrangements with Pterre de P. Rtckrtta, and John N. Bank.. Metallurgists. Chemist, and Minlna Bnaincers, of New ivr. v. i . j , .v pitinpic, nsaay nu rvvvr. U.'a ftull.. kl. ,1 1 L. - ... . oped Mineral Properties, and will be ol great cants aas eaargc ol toe oucDratea School of Miiiet. of And has a world-wide re Dotation. The aimolr immediate attention. Sample! of minerals will be forwarded for Immediate Impcetlon as soon aa they aee bronght to oar oiflce. If worth analysis, a moderate fee will be charged. If worthless, no charge will be made. All analytical charges, Includiag Gold, Silver, Iron, Copper, Tin, Corundum, Etc., Will be given upon application. We make JENKS Real - Estate - Rooms o io, McAfee Block, LRW1B MADDUX, Pre L. P. McLOUB, Vlee-Pres. Diisctosi:- Lewis Maddns, M.J. Beard en, s. a. Kceo. ueo. s. roweu. c. M Mclxua. -E WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, E- Organised May 1st. 1M88. CAPITAL, S50.000. SURPLUS, 815,000 State, County and City Depository. . Boca a Oeaeral Banklag Business. Deposits received. Bschaage bought and sold. Col. tectums made os all accessible points. The Os all sums Is this department, deposited of per erst, per annum will be paid. Special attrsdos (ins ts loans oa real estate, which will be placed for long time os real sooable terms. Opes from s. s. to S p. m. On satnrdays the Saving Department will beopeatUI S p.m. Janldly SKYLAND SPRINGS Only Miles from ABbevllle on tbe A. S. Railroad and Hcudersonvllle Pike. The crcatest number aad variety of mineral priori to be foaod la the llouth. 48 Springs on Less Than 40 Acres. Chalybeate, (too. sulphur, rpoom, atutn. and mstmrsia. Heveral very fine combtnatlone, that are vscd ia curinc m.icention. liver and kidney trouble, chronic dysentery, chronic dufc pcpsla and chronic slci headache. One surins; recently devrloiied is the greatest tonic water ever found. Many are buying lots to build resort cottages neur the Spring Lou are sold at nominal prt.es to advertise the place and the mineral water. Board caa be had at f ao to $30 Per Month, or $1 Per Day. References, testimonials, etc., eaa he had by writing to the owner; or better yet, anyvme Interested is invited to come and try the water. Orcat improvements will be made neat summer. Trains tenve Asheville at 9. OA a. m. aad return at T p. m. far 25 cents, for further information write to OTIS A. MILLER, fehi i dam Skyland P. O., N. C. OAKS ONE n STIIKKT CAHS PASS TIIK D00H EVERY 15 MINUTES. FIVE MISL'TES' WALK FROM COURT SQVARB. Service and Table Flrst-Class. For terms address GREENVELL & HARGAN, Proprietors. ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY, J17 Haywood Street. All WATER THOROUGHLY FILTKREO on the Prciulaea. Tweatj Sve yean of prsctiesl eipertenee. combined with ssisonil attention to all do tall, of tbe business and perfect arrantesients for clsanlinsss and rtnrrT of all good, aaafactared, enable the proprietor to present ta his numerous patrun. a superior elaas vf Carbosated Bevtragea. Vichy and Seltzer Water In Siphons. Oiaarr Ale and all tbe various Savors of SODA Vi'ATBR ready for shipment aad delivered free Is City limits. Ont of tows orders mast have ssaroMlsLS retereace. C. H. CAHPBKLL. ASHEVILLE WOOD COMPANY. ALL KINDS OF WOOD AND KINDUN6. OFFICE WITH YAM, M NORTH COURT SQUARE, NEXT TO SCOTT. LUMBER YARD. Klectric Cars Paaa Offlce Door. A. H. & C. E. LYMAN, Owners tan It dAm n sun PLUMBING, STEAM AND GAS FITTING. TIN AND SLATE ROOFING, ARCHITECTURAL IROM WORK. Plana and Specifications We hav thorough meehaalc la each lint btanaeaa We ess sarel, fnarantee our patrons BALLARD. RICH & BOYCE. SrhlHdlT THE "BONANZA" THsaC MsW A PIHH "WINE AND . LIQUOR STORE . IN THS STATE. FINE SAMPLE AMD BIIXIARD ROOM. 1. a. A.qvAT, IK3.43I, MAIN ST., ASXEVH1E, N. Cj - - - " 43 E. E.EAUAN, Secretary u p","" J, . , Huun.aBM.Ha m. n (ItM. DV. nl nBOn'el aiititanot la duposiag of the same. frof. Colnmbla College, fact that he is interested here will common Mineral and Timber Lands a specialty. & JENKS, and - Insurance aS Patton Are.. Asheville, N. C. . B. RANKIN, Caabler. - M.J. Pagg. J. B. Raskla, J. B. Ray, J. B. Beer Saving Feature will receive special attention. for four months or longer, interest at the raw HOTEL, ASHEVILLE, N. C. FINEST HOTELS SOUTH. ESTABLISHED 1888, Furnished on Application who hart had man years' ssperfcsca ia then satlsfactloa la ear work, a low I sure.. ll I, 13 iiiiililiiiaTAi'.Iir'ii'-ril"1