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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN : FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 21, 1800.
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THE daily citwen. THE FARMERS' VICTORY.
OOMIP Oa TUB DAY.
J. D. CAMERON, Editor.
H. D. CHILD, Business Manager.
Tub Daily Citiibn will be published every
afternoon teiccpt Sunday) at the fouawing
rates stricter casli.'
One Year 00
Sis Months 3.00
Three Months 1.80
One Month 50
One Week is
Onr carriers will deliver the paper every
afternoon In every part of the city to our sub
scribers, and parties wanting It will pleasr
call at the Citiibn Office.
advertising K.TBs Reasonable, and made
known on application at this office. All
transient advertisements must be paid In ad
vance.
The Citiibn Is the most extensively circu
lated and widely read newspaper in Western
North Carolina.
Its discussion of public men and measure
is in the interest of public Integrity, honest
government, and prosperous industry, and li
snows no personal aiicgianccin treating puo
llc issues.
Specimen copies of any edition will be sent
f.ec to any onr sending their address.
Reading notices ten cents per line. Obitu
ary, marriage and society notices fifty cent
each (not exceeding ten lines) or nfty cent,
per Inch.
I THE INTKRNAI. REVENl'K
TAX TO BE AMENDED,
Miss Mabel Jenness, an attractively
built npoatle of dress reform for her sex,
bas recently been hurling the arrow of
What It Mean to the Farmer of her contempt at the tnoikn. riding habit
Wentern North Carolina Vnbac worn by women; and she uroooaes aia
substitute a divided skirt and a method
of riding similar to the style employed by
co Will (sell for a Belter ElkTuri
A Dealer Talka.
The members of the committeeon ways
and means have agreed upon every point
ol division on the tariff schedules and re
ductions to be made from internal rev.
cnue and will present the bill to the full
committee lor its consideration before the
end of the week.
FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1890.
THE DAILY CITIZEN
s on sale at the following places in Aebvvllle.
C1TIZBN OFF1CK.
BATTERY PARK NBW8 STAND.
MOUb'L CIUAH 8TOKU, fatton Ave.
J. CARSON'S NEWS STOKB, North Courl
Square.
PEBTIMGNT AND FKRkMtNAL.
the men, In Boston the equestriennes of
the Hub have thus fnr sniffed scornfully
at the proposed innovation, and in Aslie-
ville also we have failed to see any indi
cations of a change to the new scheme,
Thus two great centers of wealth, fash
i , in anil r-nl t awnin in tiiviw.tM.a
Tl.:. , .1.... 1 . ,,- . .1. I ..... a
I III. Ui,!,, . K.C.I . . j . , . . .
raisers of North Carolina. : i .- ... ... t u i
. - . ... ui(sufc unis aiguurciiiB ill lb. in.ui uuihtu
uoon byirteue. safety and convenience:
, I I II ' I I uu Ih9 kuii ouuf,iuu nuuiu, in ik
I IIC Clll II C nUtJlllll.il Ul llll B11VI.ll IIIACB I r f.l .... i
.ipon.lealeiscommo.ilyknowiuislicenses. ""J- r."
I be tax upon snutl will be repealed and poei"-', uc au evii unicu wnn very iittie
nrmers and planters growing tobacco good. When the new habit is worn tnav
will have liticrty to sell to whomsoever wt, i-. ther to . hut w. u.-nnt some
other fellow's girl to try it first.
Meteoroloartcal Renort
For the 24 hours ending at 9 p. m,
March 80, 1890:
U. 8. Sionsl SsavicB Station,
wlnyah Sanitarium, Ashevillc, N.
MX. ao.se n. lono. 82. a w. bub. aasorr
7am
38. H
TBraTBRATpHT
ml Max,
8 !.
Mln.i
Daily Mean
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7am
RTiaTivg-TnfMn6ifyr
9pm I Dally Mean
v i ai.uu
AB8oLnTB"HlTHiniT-v-
(In grains per cubic foot of air.)
I II n m
1-743 2.6e 3 68S
! p m
l.aS
"PREClPltAtloTC
iDally Mean
Rain and
melted snow
inches
0.26
Snow
depi h
Inches
-6AR6M6teit.
Direction.
8W
(Cor. for alt. & tern
uaiiv Mean
30 to
Stationary
WBATHBR
Force iscalcO to 10i
1
jCloudy
Osone Of possible amount. 60 per cent.
TBMI'ERATURlT March 30.
7 a. m. 8 3. 3 p. m.
KARL VON RUCK. M. D..
Observer.
News About Aahevllllana and ol
straiBKera Within Our Gate.
Meeting of the Board of Aldermen to
night. The county jail now hits nineteen in
mates.
U. H. Shcrrill, of Sylva, v. as in the cit
this morning.
H. Fugate, of Abingdon, Va., is at tin
Grand Central.
C. P. Fox, a rbiladelphian, is at thi
Swannanoa.
T.J. Crenan, of Kockford, 111., is at th
Grand Central.
A. P. Tingley, of Adrian, Mich., is at
the Glen Rock.
Vt. L. Bay is at the Swannniioa from
Columbus, Ohio.
F. Caucman.of Cincinnati, is registered
ut the Swannanoa.
H. W. Kellr, of St. Louis, is registered
at the Glen Rock.
Mrs. J. K. Robiusoti, of Colorado, is at
the Swannanoa.
Entertainment at the Ashevillc Femalt
College to-night.
There were no cases in the Mayor'
court this morning.
Mrs. J. H. Mania, of Oswego, X. V., if
ut the Grund Central.
R. A. Keennn, of Columbia, is regis
tered at the Glen Rock.
C. C. Ramsay, of Salisbury, was nt tht
Glen Rock this morning.
The case of Drank vs. Rhea hus beei.
decided iu favor of the plaiutiff.
General P. M. B. Young, of Atlanta, it
in the city. He arrived lust night.
Mr. D. S. Watson bas received IttU-ri-patent
for his appliance for grates.
T. B. Hill, of Goldsboro, and F. V
Habel, of Raleigh, are at the Swanna
noa. Mrs. L. II. Rozct and MissB.M. Rnzet
ot Chicago, are at the Battery Park lorn
few days.
A. C. Miller and II. C. Miller, ol I'ticn.
N. Y-, are at the Buttery Park. They ar
rived this morning.
George Copeland and Mr. and Mrs.
A. Livett, of New York, bare taken
rooms at the Buttery Park.
Will Cocke, jr., who has been here for
several weeks on account of sickness, re
turned to Spartanburg this morning.
A sight which attracted a crowd on the
street this noon was the drawing of ai,
electric car to the station by ox (lower.
Rex. G. C. Rankin left this morning for
Dulton, Ga., having received a telegram
summoning him to the bedside of his
mother, who is sick.
John II. Flint and wife and Miss G. L.
Flint, of Andover, and Mrs. II. P. Hluck
man, of Cambridge, Mass., are stopping
at the Grand Central.
Tbe street cars were off duty this morn
ing, owing to a mishap to tbe engiue ai
tbe central station. Traffic was de
layed about Eve hours.
Col. Frank Coxe and bis son Frank S.
bare returned to tbe city from Grorgin,
where they have been concluding the
purchase of the Okefcnokce swamp.
Pull rehearsal of those taking part in
tbe Easter service will be held at Trinity
Episcopal church Saturday evening at
8.15. A full attendance is requested.
Dr.J. C. B. Justice, while attempting
to row across the French Broad river
.hev ulensc without restraint in the same
manner as anv larmcr can dispose ol unv
itlierot the nrooucls ol Ins land. I lie
tax upon niaiiufuct tired tobacco will Ik-
reduced Iroin n cents to 4 cents a pound
nut cigars, cneroots and cigarettes will
.'urry same tux us imposed under the
uresent law.
1 he general uffect of this bill if it lie-
cotnes u law, and it undoubtedly will
will be to increase the price of tobacco
tor fanners. The doing away with the
The most easy-going, careless and gen
erally mutter-of-fnet female equestrienne
t hut theGossiper hus observed around this June
vicinity wus an old colored aunty who I Cosiii NoV's"
Markets by Wire.
CHICAOO. March 21. The following la th
. nu( wi ivauwK luturvp to-uny :
inquest. Lowest. Closing,
, , i. u . .
May 81t4 SOU 8t
Bill, HOI 80V,
wus noticed on the Hcndersonville road
a short time ago.
29U
sou
SOU
ad
2IU
aifl
April
Mav
She wore au ordinary J"
house dress, and was mounted on a AuguVt""""""
sedate old gray mule that walked along tiir 3' o5u.
cense to buyers und allowing the raiser motion use a camci s. i nrougn a
to aril to whom he chooses w ai in t nt pair oi spectacles me oio luuy oeumed Mass .-oat-a) loo.
speculation und for a tew years at least lienevoleiitly and curiously upon the pro- jun::::;";:",;:::;:::: "ail
che furnicr may expect a much better re- nle whom she passed, and in her bands Juiy.j.j..... io.us
turn from his crop. she held some work that she was busily May Z is
Henderson Bros., who are local buyers, engaged in huislung up. The rattle ol MS".:"""":"""" tiio
xplained the probable effects of the bill passing carriages and ox wugons, aud ""..bt Kibs-v too
the pounding ot Horses' boots when a lune b io
July 0.15
2014
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ai
lie
7bV,
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so
so.
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31
21
t his morning.
"As it is now," they said, "we take out
a license as a buyer, and by the present
law the farmer is obliged to sell his pro,
luct only to those who hold a license
"nder the new bill anybody can buy anil
the general effect will be to make more
competition and hence Ix-tter prices. Any
man who hus a lew hundred dollars will
be able to buy tobacco without any out
lay whatever. 1 his will make inure
ouyers, und this also will tend to aid the
limner in getting better prices.
"The clause relating to snuff will have
hut little if any clTect in Western North
Carolina. There is but little tobacco
rown and cured for that purpose.
Uut the reducing of the tax on manufac
tured tobacco will. The mnnuluclurcr
.-an now ufford to pay more tor the leal
.ind then sell cheuicr to the truilc."
All in all the prospects ol the farmer nl
tVcstern North Carolina arc looking
much brighter. The duty on Sumatra
tobucco wus increased to $2. 73 a pound
THK OTHI.K SIUK.
10.48
10.SO
10.SS
8 10
6.12
6.17
S.02
S.07
8.18
10.48
1O.S0
10.68
6.10
HIS
6.17
B.07
8. to
S.1S
nartv of enuestriutia awtnt hv. nvr His. I
' ' J I X.' l u- V,,uw VI.Mh 'I . ... .
. " "v .,.,....., vi . .,. iwiuim hit runiiru as 101 ows
...... .1... ..i.i i. i i i.
.lumj ui iiiv xiiu n uilv IUU1C. miu uutn I Man'h
luiNSed serenelv oil and ilisiititwnri.H in thr I A tirlt ...
iiihuiucc. t ue iiiiir iiiiuit tuc nocr nao l June
that wus noticeable wus revealed when
you noticed her juws moving overs mor
sel of tobucco ; yet she wus not an alto,
gether ungraceful ritler, and it is doubt
ful if the mule would have been able to
unseat her without a struggle.
lIlKhrat.
11. 37
11.40
11.48
11 81
July 11.86
Auicuat 11 04
Oil.
8714
Lowest. Closing.
I I..D i i ,io
I I 38 1 1 40
11.43 11.48
11. .H 1160
tins 1188
1161 1184
88S
86
UualnesMt Notlcea.
Twenty per Cent, off
All Japanese and Chinese goods for one
Tbe newspapers and the men and wo
men who make them, bring eminently
public affairs, are ucver-fuiliug topics for
discussion, and in some circles they have
to tuke pretty stiff doses of adverse crit
icism sometimes. Lawyers und doctors
.ire oftentimes their severest critics, and
sometimes clergymen join in tbe chorus.
particularly when tbe matter of Sunday
editions it taken up and considered. The
newspaper writer's errors are down in
lilark and white for all men to see, pon-
wcek, beginning March 10. Tbisisto re
duce this stock. All the goods are choice
and many of them were lately marked
miwn. Kcmerancr mere is zo uer cent.
off all quadruple plated ware dnrinir
March. A new line of decorated dinner
sets I'tst in. Call at Law's. 67. 59 and
ot aoutn .Main street,
Hot
John ItnnliiK KstplHlna How he
was) Twice SlMrrled,
John Lanning wus brought back from
Spartanburg on Wednesday night and is
tow in the county juil und will nuswei
to the charge of bigamy.
I nc prisoner is a man tlurtv-nve tears
f age and has had rttihcr a hard strug
gle for existence in his duy. He lived in
vsuevinc lor several tears anil nt one
time drove u team and did a public haul
ing business. He was seen at the county
iail yestertlav and talked very freely
"In . 875," lie said, "I married Eliza
beth Parker, a y.iung woman from Van-
.-cy county. We lived together lor S'Wte
time, und then she left me, going to Ilav
wood. In March 18S1, I instituted pro
ceedings for a divorce, but in August ol
the same year a letter came from liny
wood stuting that she was (lead. Ol
course, on bearing this news, the divorce
proceedings were abandoned. In Sep
tember, IN;., 1 married I nu Redmond, a
daughter of Caroline Redmond, of this
city, and we lived together fo- lour years
and hud two children. In Ieecmlier,
1HK6, we hnd some disagreement and 1
left her, going to Spartanburg county
S. C. She did not chance me with hat
ing anoiucr wile living until this winter,
anu I icit tor another mutter. In Spar
tanburg I went to lurmuig, but did not
meet wun mueu success as my crop
would be injured by the void. The wo
man and bcr folks are now churning
money to pay lor the stipxirt of my chil
dren during that tune."
The ense bas liern worked up by the
Pinion detective agency, of this place.
and when Lanning was lm a ted in Spar
tanburg county, an officer was sent after
him.
The Mountain Park Hotel.
Springs, N, C,
Is hratclass in every oarticular. with
the Ix-st table in tbe South. Pure and
iljumlant water and perfect sanitary arrangements.
The scenery is beautiful, climate much
lernnri h.dil th arnhnr n.ii.nihl. r..r-1 '"""v V" isnevine, mere ocing no
... ..... .. r harsh winds mid nodusl toimtate weak
um ii an cuuunui writer or reporter, I throats and lunifs.
lor hire, wilfully or carelessly causes the The baths in marble pools are the fin-
publication of an untrue and injurious ' in tlle world and the thermal waters
stutement. satisfaction is demanded and "'"j.," 'KT " 1 , r"':u.m"",1
tisuully giviu, sometimes at altogether all diseases of skin and blood.
exorbitant rates. But what sport a la w- Excellent physicians reside at the ho
ver can have with the client of an oppo- . , ......
silion attorney 1 How be can revel in in- J!."! ,CBVe """ for ot. SPB
. . . . . 'JU m- and 7 p. m
iiutuuiies, siue ninga. ana open accusa- Excursion tickets, including one dny'i
uons iKiore nunurens ot spectators: And I uonru at niountain fnrk hotel, $4.50.
IB he bed rrsixmsililr? Wh. mi- it rur rules etc., notess
ln,l u ... I " '""UII II.B.
Paint I Paint I
The Avcrill Paint is the best. Outwears
all others. Beautiful and economical. In
merely a matttr of business,
except the lainily of tbe deud harbors anv
retsntment against a physician who by
..i, .,,,, . H- jjeneraiuas yr,. 0uarunl(cd. Sum
iirnt to ami over toe luus; All Classes I ole card tree.
f men make mistakes, often fnr-rruching I Fitzpatmick Bkos. & Rorkrtson,
und imiHirtant in their consennenrcs: marlj dotw.'m Ashevillc,
and the vk-tousness with which some
lieoplc assail newspaper men as a cluss,
making no distinctions, would be the
One Dollar Steward.
We offer ONE HOLLAR reward to anv
onr who will show us a sack of poor
It'....: C - - ..- . ... nvwuun nimi wr I nil, lIUfl I
- .t...Ke iw FLOI R from our mills. Buv Ashevillc
tortionoimc averugc mental make-up I Milling Company s Flour and you are
il tbe makers of critical speeches meant 1 re ot getting the HbST.
all they said. But they don't.
HtiRK TMKV ARK,
The Llal of Jorora for tbe CoraltiK
reoeral Courl.
The list of federal jurors for the terra ol
court beginning May 6 has been selected
and is as follows:
Henderson county William Klusrv.
Mills River; Thos. Stewart, Pink Beds;
rroi. usoonie. uvdsv : t. II. Sorrr L
Fletcher's.
Graham county I. C. Colrend. Rob-1 well to eorresiajiid with M. H. DiMom.
binsvillc; Geo. W. Owens, kobbinsville. Lynchburg, Va. 2w-eod-wt
lancey county M. V. Peterson. Lav
n 1. . li I r ...
uiniai jerry nugnes, nurnsvilie.
Home Manufactories.
Sunnort Home Manul'nctorira hv huv.
ing theirgoods. There is no better Flour
mude tor the price than tlectnc Light
Flour. Ask your grocer for it and take
no otner.
The Ileal on Kartta,
What are vouunvinsfor vour FI.OI'R?
The Ashevillc Milling Co.'s ROLLER
KING FLOI R. the best on earth can be
bad at most any grocer's at $6 per barrel
ay Persons ha vine bnrvta on their
lands and wishing to dispose of it will do
0
Swain cuuntv M. W. Reeves. Rrvann
vii) , .unriio Lieiiart, nantannla.
Transylvnnia county L. W. Brooks
Cathey's Creek ; W. R. Moure, Brevard,
Mndison county J. A. Wallin. Riv Lau.
rrl;J. B. Nelson, Marshall: las. Mm tin
aim iicnry vtoricy, Little I'uieCrrek.
v.nrrokre county Hugh W. Rogers,
Murphy; W. 0. Tayne. Hot House.
Mitchell county Strnhen Ituphnnan
son. Asrsm n. isrwlll and rsmllt Sm-nn- . i.h 'n,, suu. . l ii i,. I
and Mr. and Mm. i.e. Calhoun. I vis. Uakersvdle. I IslAlNANTIl. A I IX
lion. Ahrnm s. Hewitt, ex-mnyor of jon ciiunty nm. nnnon, v.asn
New York City. Mrs. Hewitt, the Misses 'c !, J-, 'I1 n n
A DIMTINta ItSlll.n PARTY.
New Advertisement ToDay.
FIRST PAOB.
Boa Msscns acarh. etc.
One. T. Joaas at Co. kscketatore.
FOl'HTH PACK.
War. Jobhstoh. is For Bale.
Ft'SNlsiiso Nonas l-rnlaml St.
Bosaiians Wsntxd-20 Itrardm Ave.
Tmos. M Bull. M It -iWmnantle Talk.
this morning at General Vance's over witt and Captain and Mrs. John C. Lrdtord, Hayesville.
EXERCISE AND HEALTH.
turned tbe boat and got good wetting.
Tbe real spring, and not the spring ol
the calendar, begins to-day. It is feared
that the recent cold spell bos damaged
greatly tbe crop of spring poets and that
not more than half of tbe average will be
produced.
Calhoun arrived in the city lust night Maron county T. C. Cunningham,
from the metropolis. Tlwv travel In two Fnklin, M. K. Skinner, Highlands.
special parlor car. and will remain in m" aTp.T,.TTLi.. w J' TUflO II mil I II H
Asheville until to-morrow morning when Hnmuton. Piueon River: Geo.' Cooi! I llUlla III. Illll I .1.1.11.
they go to Charleston. There they will Dutch Cove. wimiswssaiiiimfi
spend several dnva. will be bnnourte.1 Buncombe county C. T. C. Deake,
and frt,,l h. il,. nf tu. ..:.. t. Th". "rown. John Murphy, L. F.
ITc-T j L ' Z . V . ' . , E' B- M,"r- I- Greco. J. P,
tbe Sea" and shown the sights. A visit Prcssly. Isaac Dickson, lulius Rafale
There willbeaBibleclaaa taught by Rev. I will be made to Florida and they will re- Rulus Ledbettet, Allert Jordan, Corntilus
W.J. Brdman at the Y. M. C. A. rooms turn to New York. '" ,n,i.J- E- Pinkerton, Fair-
1... i.u ti.- r-r- ytewji. y. lotng, toopera; l. H.
. - .. , . . . col wcalrcl(H !Htal. tarter and Geo. W. Coir. Bnrnardsvillr;
subject is the International Sunday Cnl n,rM uv.,fri,i, ..,! m Thos. D. Bnttain, Acton; Wesley Ran-
choolleMonofthe next day. All ladies AM ,t - 0,clock thjl ,. hl. I .KL,. 't"1 VjfS!1' n-ufi & OymtlMlam of the V. M. C. A.
.nageDi,emen.r,,nv,tea. ,,,, llntl, miki .fc of lhf rf,,. ,r j cSh&rArrrt T.s.Hai Mmf.
There will be gymnastic talk by Mr. Westfcldt came to North Carolina Creek; T. W. lladden, Bell; J. A. Miller, UeSUay, AlarCtl a.
Physical Director of the Ton Men's tnsti.
InU, New York City.
GYMNASTIC: ENTERTAINMENT
IK THI
MISCELLANEOUS.
SPECIAL BARGAINS
DUSINO TUB
MONTH OF MARCH
113-piece Dinner Bets, new decorations,
ataio.
SS-piece Tea Sets, S3 98.
10-piccc Toilet acta, 3 S and 4 78.
Brown Bramble IHnner Ware at two-thirds
price. Por Instance i aa IS Dinner set for
It.
FINE TOILET SETS AT COST
TO CLOSB OUT.
All Silver Plated Hollow Waie at
25 Per Cent Discount
I wilt duullt-ate all Mils of Northern Houses
for Crockery, Olass and Cattery.
J. H. LAW,
57. 59 A S. main St.
ASIIBVILLB, N. C.
NO IIUMBUG !
$20,000 Stock
OP
CLOTHING
HATS AND GENTS'
FURNISHING GOODS
BOUND TO BB 80LO IN THB
Next Sixty Days !
TO
Cloac Out the Retail RualneM.
All this Stock of Goods will be sold at
Slaughtering Prices
S. BRAFMAN,
No 10 Patton Arc.
maris dim
. N. MORGAN CO,
No. 3 Barnard Building.
School and Collecre Text
Dookn, a full line. Poets. His
tory, uoniunoe. UiocTann
Travel and Novels. Fami
MDleB, S. S. mole and TeHt-
aments, Oxford Teachers
Ji tiles, Nonir Books of ul
kinds, larire stock Stationery
Ulank Books and Ottice and
School Supplies. New line
Ladies' and Gents' l'ocket-
ooks just opened. Fancy
ioous anu uous.
a-btndlv
THOS. P.
HAMILTON
CO.
GROCERS,"""
mm BIG 22,
Patton Avenue.
IVhtNiinni
COLLEGE ENTERTAINMENT.
SOCIETY
Thos. M. Ball, M. D., physical director ofl tbirtrtn years ago from New Orlcansand
tbe Young Men's Institute, Ntw York, at settled near Aabcvillc. He owned one of
tbe Y.M.C. A. rooms net Tuesday night the finest hornet In the county sad was
at 8 o'clock. Tbe talk will be followed I worth a great deal of money.
by a gymnastic entertainment by tbe best
artists in the city.
Owenby.
At O'clock snarp.
'vorat of aa lacoBfllary.
Tbe poor house and bouse of correction Adm'Mlon.
ol New Hanover county, located near I
FIT ssalldlaca Baraexl.
Wilminuton. were burned earlr Wed net-1
nay morning. The main building and
SO Cta.
LAMBS apttCf ALLY INVITKD.
. . , . 1 nay murmng. 1 lie roam uuuaing and ivj. .
A destructive fire was renorted from I rinurtmnt tnr l Inuu a. r "
A new arrangement of sleepers bet ween I Thomasville W edncsday. Five buililings strayed, as well as part of tbe stockade. handsoaic 10-roam kouw. wltk
this olace aad Washlna-ton has aone Into I were burned, among which were two The fire wot the work of an Incendlar. Kl": ?? .'.' w .eoaneetloa,
. . " arm atom. The stores of Lamlvth a 111 r tU. . .. 1- 1 ."T.."nT" 7,.,w. '
etlrct, iDcrcwiu oc two Sleepers run. r'm? ' " .7 i" 7; ' " i 7.7 7 , V ""'"" iw israisDeo. apptrto
-!-.!,... ..,..-;. a S? werf no lost is 1 were removed without injury to them, AAWAtmn,
............ ........ . orary. and nearly all the rumiture was I
Asbeville to accommodate the Asheville
tratrel and ooe Irani Hot Springs for the
local demand.
Hoax sora
Real U.laU.
Bll. Brown applied for. marriage II- M"'. ! TZ 'SL
cense to-day for herself and Napoleon several thousand dollar, and there la I a..? ? lrvrtlaaVlralala
Fair. Thlslsoneof the first times a wo I 3. 500 Insurance. Tbe buildings were of Aiiacmi to otae stot. Home emforii!
Tk.MlM4.tnmMil ffiwnh.lh. Ummwm I ai 1 .. I wood. Dunerlnlmilnt Tm hcarrf klApplv
Mil
society of the Asbeville Female College I lev before Resister Mackrv
t thrfr ball to-night will be most inter- ., .
eating. It will consist of vocal and In- Stwn Vort DrMi-tle Company
r-sLntal music, tableau and a collo- wi" for w"k H1
a. a. ssiisssuN,
SO Kaardea Ave.
buildings will be rebuilt of brick.
Taa Orassa Crap Ossa Talrcl OsT.
k mmA.I . . V. J
. . I rm ..iiihi call lll-w , u. HH1HR SJ
The company plays for the arane crop bas been made. aaoTit ia
that oae third of the early grapes are
aiiara oy corn weatoer. ADont one
full AALfJ,
10A SfiasPS S... Af wIm mmtmm Mil
" BMW m am Bipms umi,
arSt 41 w
Was.JOHNBTpte, ft.,
aia tn.
SS N. Ma
J Mm ruaNisuuo nooMaroaaaNT
fourth of the grape la tbeltau areoflP?!'
the early rarktlesj, whkh an aaVtccL
THE YOUNfl UDIEI UTEHARV
or
Aabcvillc Female College
wiu give a Pablic Batcrtatnmrnt
Next Fiidtaj KTcnlngf.
The entertainment mrill h inlf'r.ll.n.
.k..l .J .:n
" win mnsisi 01 music, vocal
ana instrumental, tableaux, and colloquy
imiiuna. toe coaiuuws are Original
nd striking.
1 nis entertainment is entirely the work
r the youne ladies and thrv tin fc
liberal patronage from their friends. The
proceeds are to be used in the further fu--
smng 01 tne literary ball.
Doors will be onen at 7 .90 tka .t
tainment to commence promptly at 8
o'clock. Tickets may he procured at the
Battery Park and tiwannanna in.i.
and at the drui stores. Admiaalon tin
cents, children hall price. lteod3t
SHBVILLBjWVEJEMS
JELLICO COAL,
t AT RETAIL. I .
For Grate,
For Stoves,
BEST
$3.00
$4.5
ANTHRACITE COAL
Por sale at Wholesale and Kctail by
ASHEVILLE COAL COMPANY,
Telephone 36.
Liilmlve Aaenu (Domestic and Steam I for Western North Carolina.
H. T. COLLINS. President.
B. B.EAGAN, Secretury
ASHEVILLE ICE COMPANY.
Pure Ice mude from
I'atton Avenue.
DiHtilled Water. Office: No. 30
GREAT MINERAL WEALTH
Bilit In the monntnlnit of North Carolina, and ia now twin ft rantdlY rieveloord. To meet
the demand! of tbote owninx Mineral Hroprrtlei, we have made arranfiementii with Pierre
de H. Rk-ketta, and John N. bank a, Metallurfiiata, Cht-niHt, and Mining Bngini-era, of New
arm nty, to aarople, aaaay and renort upon all tnlnlnK protlucta auumittea by uu.
We believe this arranKement will be a moat advimtitKCoua one to thoae ownlna- undrrel
oped Mineral Pronertiea, and will le of great aaaiatancc in diapoaing of the aaroe. Pruf.
Rkkctta haa charge of the celebrated
School of Mines of Columbia College
And haa a WOlid-wlde retrnt-atlnfi. The (mill fair that tit Im intrrmtrA Umr will Mimnttttl
immediate attention.
amplea of at I nr rait will be forwarded for immediate inapection aa aoon aa they are
brouifht to Our Olflw. If worth annlvajai. a miulrrntr few will lta rhars(1 If tvirhlaaiBi. an
charge will be made. All analytical chargea, including
Gold, 81lYer, Iron. Copper, Tin, Corundutu, Ctc9
Will be given upon application. We make Mineral and Timber Lands a apevialty.
JENKS & JENKS,
Real - Estate - and - Insurance,
Rootni 9 &10, McAfee Block, a8 Patton Ave., Ashevillc, N. C.
LBWIB MADDUX, Pm
L. P. McLOlD, Vlce-Pres.
. B. RANKIN, Cashier.
DraacToss:-Lewis Maddux, M.J. Beard en, M.J. Pang. J. B. Rankin, J. B. Raj, J. B. Reed
a. a. sin, uco. a. r-owell. M. McLoud.
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK,
-Oraaalsed May tat. 1H88.
CAPITAL, S50.0OO. SURPLUS,S15,(XK)
State, County and; City Depository.
Does a General Bank in f Business. Deposits received. Bxckancc bouaht and said. Col
lectioas made oa all accessible points. The saving Feature will receive special attention.
Oaall sums la this department, depusited lor four months or longer. Interest at tbe rate
of per cent, per annum will be paid.
Special attention air en to loans on rami estate, which will be placed for long (dm oa real
sonable terms.
Opea from 9 a. m. to S p. m. On Saturdays the 8a Tins Department will be open till a p. at.
janldly
SKYLAND SPRINGS
Only 8 Miles frotn Asheville on the A. & 8. Railroad and
Hcndersonville Pike. ,
The greatest number and variety of mineral siirlngs to be found in the South.
48 Springs on Less Than 40 Acres.
Chalybeate, Iron, sulphur, epsom, alum, and magnesia. Heveral very line combinations,
that are used in curing inillRrstloa, liver and kidney trouble, chronic dysentery, rhroulrdve
prpaia and chronic sii k headache. Oae anrtnir n-crntlr itevrloicd ia the greatest tonic water
ever luunil. Mnny are buying lota to build resort vottaiiee near tbe springe Lou are sold
at nominal priies to advertise the place and the mineral water. Board can tie had at
- ao to S30 Per Month, or i Per Day..
Keferrnrefl. trtltlmnnlala. tr fan ha haH hv rliln - il. , . 1 . s a
intrrratrd ia Invltrd to come and try the water. Great improvement will be made neat
summer.
Train lenve A her! lie at "Ofl a. m. and return nt 7 p. m. fare 25 centa.
a ui suatsici iiiiuunuiion anu IU
fcbll dra
OTIS A. MILLEIt,
Skylaud P. O., ft. C.
OAKS HOTEL,
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
ONE okthb FINEST HOTELS 'tub SOUTH.
STREET CARS PASS THE DOOIl EVERY 15 MINUTES.
FIVE MINUTES' WALK FROM COURT SQUARE.
Service and Table First-Class.
For terms address
GREENWELL & IIARGAN,
Proprietors.
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
J17 Haywood Street.
Alt WATER THOROUGHLY FILTERHO on the Premise.
Tweaty flve years of practical experience, combined with raasoNsi. attention to aU da.
tails ot the business and perfect arrangements for clsinlinsss and rvaiTT of aU goods
manufactured, enable the proprietor to present to his numerous patrons a superior eJaas of
Carbonated Beverages.
Vichy and Seltzer Water In Siphons.
Ginger Ale and all the various flavors of e)oiA VYATKR ready tor shipment aad delivered
free In City limits. Out of town order must have assroNSiaLa reference.
C H. CAMPBKLL.
ai.ia aUNT,
-''aatsMwaoaat belonging to Mr.
!?00"y.?,"0 corner of
Chsiintu and Chestnut streets.
This house had bans rented by a family of
Orand Rapids, Mich., the death of one mem-
imb to saaagc ineir plana.
ASHEVILLE WOOD COMPANY.
ALL KINDS OF WOOD AND KINDLING. ESTABLISHED 1888.
OFFICI WITH YD, M NORTH COURT SQUARE, NEXT TO tCOTTt LUMBER YARD.
Electric Cars Paaa Office Door.
A. II. & C. E. LYMAN. Owners.
JanlKritltnen.ua "-
OlT to
martvdlw sod
age their plan
OWVN at WHIT.
l
raiVATBBOAKD.
NBW HOUtBI HBWLV FVKN1BHBD
ALL MODBBN tMPBOVBMBNTa.
MRS. M. B. ATKINSON.
JpOBBALa.
k" r,s Bqnai piaao. good aa new, WIU
at C. Path's masts Mora, North Mala strait.
. X- . , . 1. n, rsi iiin.
ia t Adm-r of Bdward Weddla.
BBAb COOk WAKTBU.
Apply to
mario a St
OLBN BOCK MOTBL.
.DealrabBi loMrioa ea fealand strMt.
1 riair a Brow'. Paraltar ttoea.
rll iw
tiOI,''At":
m snoaimjsw
atrlt 41
ts Daaatata.
B0, W. acotT.
PLUMBING, STEAM AND GAS FITTING,
TIN AND 8LATF. ROOFING,
ARCHITECTVRAI. IRON WORK..
Plans and Specification Furnished on Application
Ws Bars thorough mechanics la each lint who bars had many ysara taptritast la then
1. Wt eaa sastly gaarantn onr patrom satJsfaetJoa la car work, a low agarss.
BALLARD. RIC1T & BOYCE.
MitMIt '
THE BONANZA,"
TBS St LK A. DISSS. 9
V WINE AND . LIQUOR STOriE
IN TUB STATE.
' FINE BASXPUX AMD BltXIARD ROOll.
. a. RA.)Aa. m 43 S. tl'rt lltVQU, I Cj
qny of nation, Tht costume worn i. "J" Td Pr PTi for
the latter wUl be pretty. Tbe proceeds f P-
will go to furnishing the hall of tbe so- The present tcssioa of tbe uperlor
ekty. coart will dose oa tatarday, liarch 39.
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