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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 31, 1800.
THE DAIL,Y CITIZEN.
J. U. CAmFkON, Editor.
H. D. CHILD, Business Manager.
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THK It All V CITIZEN
la on .ale at the following place! In Aahevllle
en izi:s oi'kick.
HATTKKV I'.tKK NHWS STAND.
MOiiHl. Cli'.AH STuKi:. Patton Ave.
J. L'AKSO.VS NKWS STOKB, North Court
PERTINKNT AND PKISnNAL.
New About Aahevllllana antl oi
Mtraiigiera Within Oar Gate.
0. V. Chineng, of New York, i at thi
J. A. Collins, of Clyde, wa In the citj
J. T. Nortlirop, of New York, is nt tin
The Misses YVcmlel, of New York, un
at the Battery Park.
P. McGirr, of New York, in regi'sicm
at the Swannanoa.
G. H. Campbell, of Boston, i regis
tered at the Swunmino.t.
P. Lawrence, of Cork, Ireland, is rei
tered at the Grund Central.
Frank V. Huhhard, of Huron, Mich.,
is registered at the Battery I'ark.
V. II. Kt-tlcr is registered at the Gram'
Central. He is from Washington.
Mrs. Clarence Carey, of New York, am'
Miss Nott, of Albany, are at the Batten
Mn. J. M. Johnson and Miss Day, o
Brooklyn, N. Y., are quartered at th
Bate McGnw, of Detroit, and Chn
G. Ludcr. of St. Louis, are registered at
M. Benjamin, of Knlamuzon, and Join
Rose, of Bay City, represent Michigan ai
the Grand Central.
A. M. Cimmill, of Providence, R. I
aud Win. Bowler, of Cleveland, Ohio
pent Sunday at the Swannanoa.
L. M. Southern and wife and Miss Kit
tie Southern, ol Cleveland, Ohio, arc at
the Battery Taik for a lew days.
J. B. lioblis and wife and Misses
Emma and Mattie Smith, of Chicago
are registered at the Battery Park.
Rev. Dr. Atkins preached a strong oer
inon nt the Central Methodist churcl
yesterday morning ou the edueationa
Jos. S. Fox. Miss Fox and Mrs. M. V.
Valentine, of Pennsylvania, have takei
rooms at the Batterv Pnrk and wil,
spend some time here,
H. C. M.irklcy. E. C. Markley. jr.. an
J. II. Harper, of Philadelphia, and A. II
Brouson. of New Y'ork, are nt the Glei
Rock. They arrived this morning.
Mrs. Samuel Hi audi, w ife of an em
ploye of the Ashcville Furniture am
Lumber Company, died at her home ii
West Ashcville yesterday at 2.30 p. m
She leaves a husband and four children
Dr. 0. B. Douglas, who is connected
with the Manhattan Eye and Ear Hos
pital, of New Y'ork City, is here with hir
wife for a lew days. They are accom
panied by Dr. A. B.Shaw and wife, of tin
The services at the Presbvterian church
yesterday were the last which will lx
held until the completion of the present
Improvements. The music ball at Bat
tery Park will lie used for morning ser
vice during the month of April, and thi
other Sabliatb services will be held it
the lecture room of the Y. M. C. A.
A HI-MI I NO Bl-HINKHM.
Proceedlntraortlie Mayor' Conn
Mayor Blanton did a rushing business
in hit office in City Hull this morning
Culprits were numerous, and when court
adjourned Chief Buird's pocketbook wuf
quite plethoric from the tines assessed
and paid in.
Ben Ledford was the first name called
tie was accused of bring bilariouson Sat
urday and promptly pleaded guilty. lit
was fined $5.
James I. Bruce replied to the usual
question of guilty or not guilty with .1
curt "Correct. Judge," and 5 was
marked down aguinst his name.
Thomas Hendrick admitted his having
indulged too freely, but because of hir
age and of his being an unfamiliar figurt
In the court room be was let off tor $3,
Will Irwin, a mulatto, pleaded guilty
to being drunk and also to having as
saulted a police officer. He was fined $5.
Gut Diamond was found guilty of car
rying a concealed weapon and fined $10
and costs. The prisoner is a negro and
be boarded a car on Sunday evening and
was drunk. When the conductor asked
lor hi fare he exhibited hit gun and a
rough and tumble fight ensued. Itended
in Diamond being Jailed.
Ben Hall, wbo assaulted an old man in
taloon tome time ago, wat up this
morning. Hit own testimony proved
bit guilt, and be wat fined $3.
Tk Address) of Welcome.
Governor Fowle hat accepted the Invi
tation and will deliver the address of
welcome at the banquet to be ten
dered to the commissioners of the
General Assembly of the Southern Pres
byterian church in Asbeville on May
IS. Special rates have been secured from
tha railroad compiniet and tickets, to
both visitor and commissioners, will be
M4blrd far, ' : ,, -'
THE LIST OF THE DEAD.
NAMES OF THE VICTIMS UK
THE LOl'ISVILI.E CYCLONE.
The Flrat Eutlmatca tireatly Ex.
Ulcerated, nut Many NnialU-r
Tow 11 M Not Vet Heard From
Vhe Cloud DeHcrltied.
The first estimates of the results in loss
of life and property of the tornado that
visited Louisville on Thursday night
proved to have been exaggerated, and it
is now believed that not over -'00 per
sons perished in that city.
This happy deficiency, however, there
is too much reason to believe, has been
more than made up by the work uf the
tornadoes which at about the same time
struck scores of smaller towns and cities
scattered over the lower parts of Illinois
and Indiana ami the western aud central
imrts of Kentucky and Tennessee.
Through u large section of Tennessee
the storm spre-il devastation even timet
xtensivethan the first reports indica
,ed. The loss of life was not great in any
me locality, but the aggregate for tin
State must be large.
Bowling Green, Ky., according to pri
vate dispatches, is sale, aud was scarceU
.ouched by the storm.
Louisville has bravely determined to
tear her burden us far as possible her
elf, and proll'crs i f assistance poured in
rum ull over the country have been com
Over 100 hod'es have been taken from
he ruins, and a nmnlier still remain ii
.he debris of the dancing hall. Among
.hose removed and identified are:
Rudolph Senger, Genevieve Sininit, aged
L, Henry Lingo, James M. Stevens. Join
Xiehl. Charles Sieliert, Sullivan, 1-
i-'leseher, Miss Mary Sclmtter, A. Strucl
ling, Elmer E. Barnes, Annie Miles,
vlarence Locscr. Robert Hamilton, Mrs.
ohn Iloran, lour unknown men, man
gled beyond recognition. Mrs. Man
lassoin, Miss Annie Nyles. Mrs. Me
unughlin. Mrs. Ilellc l.clloff, Mrs. Peter
on, Tom Puff, Sister Mary Pius, twi
mkiiowu colored men, Nicholas J. Sulli-
William Dienier, Ben Uiell.
Emerich, Moody Davis, colored,
unknown colored women, Thad-
Mason. C. H. Hathaway, Charter
.lessenljiuch, Mary Ryan, Katie McCunc
Jary McGinty, Bridget Crowe, Maggit
.'ampUll, Frank Puine. J B. hchililt,
mall clnid of George W. Cuscadcn, Park
Jurncll, E. R. McC'ue, unknown woman
i'utrick Rauly, Charles Jenks, uuknuwi
nan killed in a street car at lentil am.
Juiu streets, Rev. S. E. Barnwell, Polici
Jlticcr White Balilwin, McLaughlin.
vugust Fleischer, Mrs. Allen Peterson,
Jupt. T. Angerineir, J. B. McCollinn, Wil
mm Dciiuie, Mrs. E. Iloslctter, Misi
.ustleuian, Theodore Aiigelman. Pclei
culler, Leopold I-'alkensuiii, Wiliiau
j.ibris, Mrs. Suiilcii, uu unknown iii.iu
The total insurance, it is lielicvcd, win
.lot exceed $U'.'i,i 10(1. (II this lllU,OUi
.a lite insurance. The hie insurance it
.ipou laborers and middle class ivoplc.
md ill small lu-cent companies, and til
iCnigutsol Honor. About .")(i.tuo isn.
.lie Knights of Honor, ami will I
promptly paid by an assessment ol r
.cuts upon the niemljcrs. 1 lie iciuaiu
ug $5u,UUU i I the lU-cei,t-H-wctk coin
, anus may br.-ak iIium- companies, ical
izing only a small part to liulncis ol poli
cies. The cyclone insurance amounts to
only $-',0U(). til this $1,000 is held by
J. T. Cullaghan, uml Sl.OOll by Mat
liugly & Co., both liquor dealers. Then
loint losses are Jsniu. The plate glas
insurance amounts to il'.oiiO.
Although the loss is heavy, Louist ilk
,ias refused uuy oilers ol uuimiIc assist
ance save tuoiicy and will iiume.iialeU
.x'giii ripairiug the damage done bv tin
-.lorni. Indianapolis raised Jiju.oiiu.
aud telegraphed to the buanl of trade.
Mayor Jacobs advised its acceptance,
out it has not been done. At present it
it thought that KiO houses were Ue
stroved, nud should rain lull within the
next forty-eight hotisr, the loss will be
nearly double w hat it is at present.
The cloud uccuinpanying the tornado
vus described by a spectator as lollow :
"The cloud approached up the gap in the
Knobs, through w Inch the Ohio flows,
it wat balloon-shaped, twisting an nt-
enualed tail towurd the earth. It
emitted a constant fusillade ol lightning.
and seemed to be composed of a lurid
make-like muss ol electric current
whose lights would sometimes suddenly
lie extinguished for a - few brief moments
making an almost intolerable, horrible
Inrkness. It was accompanied by n
lenrful roar, like that of a thousuiii
trains crossing a big bridge at once. Ii
could be seen to strike Louisville, and
i hen with incredible rapidity, rumbling
iwiunv. tne mass icatwu (lie river.
chunuing it into white loam as it cumt
toward the Indiana shore. It npienred
to cross near the Louisville bridge, just
over the rails.
The Seaeton Completed.
.The superior court adjourned Saturday
after having disposed of nearly all the
cases on the calendar. The entire day
Saturday wat consumed in hearing mo
tions. In the Henry-Welch case the de
fendant! were given a judgment and the
plantiff made a motion for a new trial
The motion wa denied nnd the plnintif)
took an appeal to the supreme court.
Judgment wat taken in about fifty
cases during the term, and several orders
for reference were made. Among the
eases relerred were T. S. Denver against
R. M. Deaver, referred to A. T. Summcy.
and Milton Harding against John Hart.
referred to J. C. L. budgrr and J. S. Mc
Mrs. CleKK'ft Death.
Mr. Rebecca Clrgg, mother of Wm E.
Clegg, of the Evening Journal, died at
her home on Broad street on Saturday
night at 10 o'clock.
Mrt. Clegg bat been 111 for tome time
and came to Atheviile about eighteen
montht ago. At first the apparently im
proved In health, but a few weeks ago
she became worse and the end hat con
stantly been expected.
The deceased Itidy was a native of
Kent countv, Ontario, and was born
March 29, 1 8 1 9. Her hushund died tome
time ago. The remaint will be taken to
Detroit to-morrow and her ton and
daughter will tveoinpany them.
GOSSIP OP THK DAT.
The man who tries to construct the
st vie of his attire upon the lines laid
down by the publications devoted to
haberdashery or tailors' interests is
going to suffer with nervous prostra
tion before he finally makes up his mind
as to just whut the correct thing is. If
he studies two or three of these journals
his confusion will grow intense in its
hopelescuess. He will learn that the
spring style of trousers is going to lsj
wide and plain, nnd by the time he hns
settled that important point another
journal will tell him that the only right
thing to wear in trouserings will be nar
rower than common, with a small welt
and a slight spring at the bottoms.
Some of the swells, he will be told, are
adopting the black tie lor evening wear,
but the strictly swagger boys are wear
ing plain white, as of yore. (The man
who wears a black tie with a dress coat
is usually to be lound escorting swell
lieople to their seats in a metropolitan
theatre for dollars five per week, but
the haberdashery publication doesn't
say so in its notes).
Re-garding huts, coats and other good
things prized by nil men, the styles as
lescribed are also quite vague and va
riable. There can be but one rule that
is safe to adopt by the anxious seeker
after glory in tHljtJiigilom of the dudes,
ind thnt rule imposes upon its follower
he necessity of wearing the extremes!
-tylcs possible. The fashion this spring
is to be quietness, and the candidate for
i place in the front ranks of the ultra
itshionable must allow this fad to bc
.-urried to its extreinest manifestation.
He must, if we may rely upon the ad
vices printed in advance in the columns
if our haberdashery publications, get
himself tip as though he was aspiring to
lie the chief mute nt a funeral. Over a
iiiietlv cut three-button cutaway coat
.-otuparativcly low cut, notched collared
vest, and pantaloons with a tendeticv to
.iglitness, must fall a short overcoat ol
ime dark, plain gooels, made up with
m eye to studious plainness of effect, nml
evealing a space ol plain white shirt
ront. while below the collar wi'l be
(Hotted or carelessly crossed either a
mull black tie or a wide four-in-hand ot
ilack and white spacing, either the
ilack spacing being on a white ground
r vice versa. A soft crush hat or a flat
onking derby, either in blacks or
ii owns, will cover the head, aud black
ilove-s. perhaps, will show upon the
lauds. Thus gotten up. and with the
ilacid, innocuous vacancy of an ideally
luilisii face peeping out from amid the
nveloping gloom, the man who aspires
.o be ahead of the fashion will take the
-ticet like a mild black cloud, while the
Jii-looker gazes in awe and involunta
rily wails for the strains of some Mis
rere to break mournfully on the air in
.he near vicinity.
III the meantime, however, the much
dike '-tibout "average man" will cm
.iuiic to dress like a man, a civilian and
i Christian, just us hr has in the past,
lie will, perhaps, uffect a slightly chis
elled softness of demeanor in dress, in
iider to remain within sound of the
and wagon when the fashionable pro
fession starts along the houlcMird; but
ic will look like u man and a brother,
md we shall not be ashamed to lie seen
-valkiug with him on the street, His
-ostuinc will suit the occasion ami the
vearer. and the trammels of cast iron
conventionality will not embarrass the
nubile play of taste which will find ex
iirrssiou in the style of his clothing, the
breezy neatness of Ins nevk wear and the
asy hung of his coat. The average
nun will look as though he had bought
its clothes, paid for them, taken them
home and thoroughly conquered them
K-fore be gave them their first public air
ing, and had then forgot i en all about
them. If the worried young man who is
ill nt sea over the conflicting hints
.vliieh be reads in his hnlx-rdashcrs'
;uide will use his best judgment, his
taste or that of some reliable friend, and
his common sense, he will have the ennfi-lenee-inspiring
makeup and apirarancr
iflhe average man; if he attempts to
ive up to all the fads and frills of an il
iustriout dudedom, especially il he is
without improving nnd limiting Ideas of
liis own, be will suffer in bis pocketbook
ind in the fair esteem, rrsct and even
ove anil trust of a grieved constituency
thnt had once styled him friend, relative
anil best bcloveil.
H4RII HEARTED THIEVES.
They Mteal the Entire Wardrobe
of P. C. Miller.
I'. C. Miller, a guest of the Carolina
house, remained in bit room until 12
o'clock Sunday noon, and all because
two hard hearted tneak thicvet had vis
ited him on the night before and walked
away with his entire wardrobe.
The thieves were two tongh looking
customers and they applied for room
at the hotel early in the evening. They
were accommodated but were appar
ently in no hurry about retiring and re
mained in the office talking with the
other guests until after one o'clock in the
morning. When everything wat quiet
in the house they went to Mr. Miller's
mom. The latter wat asleep but nt an
extra precaution they chloroformed him
nud stole everything they could find. It
consisted mostly of wearing apparel. A
purse containing a small amount of
money wnt alto taken, and they even
took a whistle and mail pouch, the
property of Sam llnrman, mail car
rier who rooms with Mr. Miller, but
who had not returned for the night.
The pair took the ttotcn goodt to their
room, divetted themselves of their own
clothing, put on the other and left the
house. The theft wat not discovered un
til mornlrg and by that time thetwohad
made good their escape. Two parties
answering to their description were teen
about the city at noon yesterday, but
were not arrested, and the clerk at the
Glen Rock aayi that the two were at the
hotel early yesterday momiog and atked
for liquor. They wtrt refuted and threat
ened to moke trouble, but finally left with
the announcement that they were going
to tuke the first freight train for the east.
One of the men is about six feet high,
strongly built, and wears a slight mous
tache. The other is shorter, it clei n
shaven, and is no more than 19 yeartold.
Flack and Meek Sentenced.
New York, March 31. Will Fluck,
convicted of conspiracy, has just been
sentenced to four months in the peniten
tiary and to pay a $300 fine. Referee
Meeks gets five months in Ludlow street
jail and must pay $500 fine.
Markets) by Wire.
Chicaiio. March .11 The following la the
ranKV of leading future to-day:
mncsi. i-owcae. viwxiuN
W'HSAT NO. 3.
Mny 7t)i T94 7lH
June 7Hi 7lt T"
July 7a 77 77
e, ors-no. ?.
April SO-t, S0l 2!V
May 3" 211'. 80l
June Si, 3na "H
July SI, Sit ait?
HATS SO. 'J.
May J2e5 21 2-'S
June 21'k Sl Ill's
Jlllv 21 'a ait, a
.MRS! ,'UMK a ion.
May in i',7 1(1.50 to BO
June 10 72 10 . 10 87
July in. HO J0.7S 10.78
LARD W 1UO.
May . 25 6 17 BIT
June 25 6 23 n 211
July H30 .27 6.87
SHUNT KIHS p 1MI.
Mav 5.25 6.15 5 20
June 5.27 8 20 5 25
July 6 30 6 28 6.30
Nkw York, March 31. Cotton futures to-
duy raiiKtil aa tolluivs:
llnri. i.nwcai. nouna;.
April II H II 43 II A
Mav ll.U 11 5 11 H
June 11. .13 11 50 11 .r3
July 1187 lie 11. .',.1
AUKuat ll do not li. ;
8.1V . MV
EuHler uooklelaand (Sin.
A complete line of Easter Booklets from
best publishers Blister gifts in great
variety in rare China and Silver novel
ties. An invoice of choice liecorated
China, my owuiiiiportntion.jnst received.
J. H. Law.
57. SI) und 61 S. Main St.
Ttie Mountain Park Hold. Hot
tiprluK, N. C,
Is lirstclass in every particular, with
the I iest table in the South. I'ure and
abundant water and perfect sanitary ar
rangements. The scenery is beautiful, climate much
milder than Ashcville, there being no
harsh winds and no dust to irritate weak
throats and lungs.
The baths in marble pools are the fin
est in the world and the thermal waters
are an unexcelled Secitic for rheumatism,
.'nut. sciatica, nervous exhaustion and
.ill diseases of skin und blood.
Kxccllcui physicians reside at the ho
tel. Trains leave Ashcville for lint Springs
at T.:m n. m., and 7 p. m.
h'xciirsiou tickets, including one day's
hoard at Mountain i'ark hotel, $-1.50.
for rates etc., rddress
Ah: W. G. IJOOLITTLK
One Dollar Reward.
We offer ONI- DOLLAR reward to any
inr who will show us a suck of poor
KOLLliK KING or ELECTRIC LIGHT
I'l.Ol k from our mills, liny Ashcville
Millint: Comnnnv's Flour and vou are
siirenl grtting the HliST.
SuiiiHirt Itoine Manufactories by buy
ing theirgoods. There is nolietu-r Flour
made lor the price than Electric Licht
Hour. Ask yournroccr for it and take
The Met on Earth.
Whut are vouiiHviui'for vnur FLOCK?
The Ashcville Milling Co. 'a KOLLKK
KINO FLOl'K, the Ik-si on earth can be
had almost any uroevr's at $6 per barrel.
MThe Hose- Company will meet to
morrow (Tuesday) inuht at the Mayor's
office nt 8 o'clock. All members are re
quired to lie present, as new hats und
coats are to be distributed.
mar312t II. C. Fago.
ttiTTlir coriMiraiurs nnd tlirir assorl
ntes of the Society Inr the Prevention ol
Cruelty to Animals are reminded of their
meet I UK Ht Mr. v.. I. Kawls nthee on
I'ntton avenue to-morrow nl'trruoou at
Kjr At the request of mnny visitors in
the city, the colored eople will cive, nt
the opera house, on Wednesday night, a
concert consistini; ot genuine old-time
limitation melodies. The exercises prom
ise to lie most iiiterestiiiL;. 31 It
Person Imvitiu baryta on their
lands und wishing to diaior of it will do
well to corrcaponel Willi M. It. PINGKK
Lynchburg, Va. 2w-cod-w4t
Read Cortland Urns, nd., sale of valun
blc lots nt auction.
New Adwertlaviiieiits) To-Day.
H. RanwooD Co Fine Hhnra.
Ilox Makchs-C.cnta' h'urnl.hlngi, e.
Orsa llot'as Concert.
Wednesday. April a.
BY THE COLORED PEOPLE OF THE CITY.
OltNt'lNB OLD-TIMB PLANTATION MBU
Uencral AdtnUalon. . .15
Reaered Beati, .30
FOR SALK t
Wedneaday, April a, 1890,
That valuable property, earner of I lantna
and Hllver street. In nHHI.HY PARK, beina
lota Noa. 3N and AP. on whleh there are two
hoom of T and X mom. each, each lot har.
In a n-nntage of Tn fet by 110 dentb to
William. .Ireet. IP not snLn at raivATs
aALs lieforr will he offered aa above, either at
the court houae or on the nrcmlaca at 13 m.
Term, made known on day of (alt, Por
nrincr pariieiliar. apiiir o
- . - - Cortland mtoa.,
Real Ratatr Broken, 8. and aa Patto Art.
mar an d4t we frl mnn
Am .Imfmi aian Tm, b- .
man hair price. Adilreaa D H. Patterana. or
can at K l-KKme.ll BRUAU AVI
marUM dSt we frl moa
avineen Oood StonoCnttera.
tone to be eat form.aoaryat North raad
rlrtr, miles weat of llbertoa, Oa. Ooad
prti-aa wlU te paid, either y the root ar by
the day. T.K.BROWN,
MONTH OF MARCH
112-plece Dinner Seta, arw Arcoratinaa,
66-piec Tea Seta, (3 96,
to-pkc Toilet 8ts, $3 66 and $ 75.
Frown Bramble Dinner Ware attwo-thlrda
price. Korlnatanee: an tl Pinner Set for
FINE TOILET SETS AT COST
TO CLOSB OUT.
All silver Plated Hollow Want at
25 Per Cent Discount.
I will duplicate all bills or Northern It ouae
for Crockery, Olaat and Catlerr .
J. H. LAW,
57. 59 A 61 ft. Main St.
AHHKVII.LB, N. C.
NO HUMBUG !
HATS AND GENTS'
pnVNU TO OB SOLD IN TUB
Next Sixty Days t
Cloae Out the Retail Rnalneaa.
All thla Atocs of Goods will btsoldat
Slaughtering Prices I
No. 10 Patton Ave
marl 3 din
BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
Local Agency at Atklnaoa M Boa's,
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
Borrowers may apply for Inaa as sooa aa
tors, la taken.
Part lea who wlah to withdraw eaa do ao
at any time after taking stock.
W. II. McLEMORE
mar37 dt ainthrrn Atanairrra
J. C. BROWN,
MERCHANT t TAILOR,
5 Patton Avenue,
I Nest to Oraad Central Houl.l
Apply tonadorlog the Incoming week to
rent the Rock Qnarry aa the oppoattc aide
of the river, near the Iron bridge, and the
NINH TKNBMBNT HOt'BBI
near by. A Rood rock man eaa get a bar.
NATT ATKINSON A SON
Public Sale of Lots.
On Thnraday, April to,
Wt will sell at a actio, aa the grounds,
20 LOTS ON CHARLOTTB ST.
Jnat beyond the Wraalaas of Ike stmt car
llae. This Is a ran ehaaes to get a koaae en-
make aa larcstaacat ea reasonable Urma
Terais of saW, on.-third (t) eaah, rtmalader
la one aad two years. Call at oar oar aad
at plat aad be ahowa proparty,
NATT ATKIKftON a RON,
marSS did Real Ratal tM-alens.
A lara hoaar, aia Pattnaama. Waraa
comrortahl ronm. Oa nml car Ua
octadaia MR. J. L. RMATHRRR.
Aa Aetna Rqaar Plaao, anod aa ar. Will
Ii Mid eheap. The laatrameal aia he area
ate. Palk's aiaalc .tor. Nortk Mala alreet.
T. W. PATTON,
JaaSS dt Adai'r of Bdarard Weddia.
A dnakrr, eart and aanaraa. Apple at
JPOR RBNT POR OPPICBl.
Oa areend lone of Noa. aa aad 10 Patto
areaac. a .alt lu.t vacated ha lr. m.
Maek, Alao other, oa aaai door, aad oa
law room oa third toor. Alao adoabteaot.
I aire o. Sprue a treat, for two tenaats, a
nine nrami raea, w m acAras,
A rratwctabl woaaaa eaa alitaJai a mmnA
sttaatina br apultlaa at th
aiarVBdlf CHILHRRN'R MOM a.
A aw T-raoni koaae oa Hilt stmt. Rf wee
oaatloa aad water at hlteaea. Alao. read
bjr lat April, oa Tooa, bona, oa Batiftrfc
stravt. aaai areoraatodatJoa.. Both hoa.aa
txaatlfaUj toaatad. with Rawer aardea. Aa
pljr to A WBB8R,
saar I dtf VaaOUdar Hoaa.
Th star No. 10 Pat too. a Tea a, at sriaiat
enaatid b; th Baltlaaoaa Ctotkaag Moaas.
Pai.mlia aaa aia, i. Ami So
aNaaa.a a o ai ai r.
BMarartBw g m ,
I AT AIL,, t
For Grate, - - - - $5oo
For Stoves, .... $4.50
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
Por sale at Wholcaale and Retail by
ASHEVILLE COAL COMPANY,
Bielusive Agent (Domestic and Steam I for Weatern North Carolina.
H. T. COLLINS. President.
ASHEVILLE ICE COMPANY.
Pure Ice mnde from Distilled Water. Offlcw: No. 30
"JUST ON THE THRESHOLD"
OP A BIG BOOM, STANDS THK CITY OP ASHEVILLE.
Now is the Time to Buy Real Estate.
Vou may think prices arc high I But they arc bound to go higher, aa paat experience ha.
Aahevllle la the beat known, the moat beantlful, the moat healthful and themoat progrcaa-
Ire city In thla State. Vou cannot Invest your capital to better advantage than right her
ia this garden spot of the mountains.
home choice bargain, in city lota and anburban properties can be had by calling at our
JENKS & JENKS,
Real - Estate -
Room o A io, McAfee Block,
LKW1S MADDUX, Pre. L. P. McLUUD. Vice-Hre. . B. RANKIN, CaahiOT.
Diaacroaiai-Lcwl. Maddux, M.J. Beardea,
8. H. Reed. Geo. 8. Powell, C.
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK,
State, County and; Cltjr Depository.
Dor. a General Bankla Baalaeaa. Denoalta recti red. Bzrhaag bought and seM. Col
lections made oa all aeccaaible point. Tat
IMall anma la this department, deposited for
of 4 per cent, per annual wilt be paid.
pedal attention gleea to loans on real estate, which will be placed foe leagj time oa raal
sonable terra a.
Opea from a. m. to 3 p. m. On Saturdays the Baring Department will be open till a p.m.
Only 8 Mile from Ashcville
The (TniitMt Dumber ud variety of mineral1 aprinita to be found la the toatlt.
48 Springs on Letw Than 40 Acres.
Chalybeate, Iron, aulphar, epnom, alum, and mniptrala. tWreral very flnr romblnationa.
that are used In curt nit inltrmtion, liver and klilnry trouble, chronic tljreeutery, chron.rdy
prpsia and chronic eica headache. One rlnic recrntlv drvelotrd ! the itTatrnt tonic water
evrr found. Many are buying lota to build rranrt cottHKca near the 8irinKa Lute arcaold
at nominal pn.ea q aavtrtiac mt piavc ana
f 20 to $30 Per Month, or $1 Per Day.
Refrrencea. testimonials, etc.. can be had by wtitlnaT to the owner: or better vet. an v one
Interest d la Invited to come and try the water. Great Improvcmtnu will be made neat
Train leave Aahevllle at 9.06 a. m. and
ror lunner iniormauon wnic io
(ehl 1 dftm
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
ONE ?h. FINEST
STREKT CARS PASS THE DOOH KVKItY 15 MINUTES.
FIVE MINUTES' WALK FROM COURT SQUARE.
Service and Table First-Class.
Por terat. addrea.
GREENWELL & IIARGAN,
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
J17 Haywood Street.
AH WATER THOROUGHLY FILTERUO on the Prcuilaca.
Tartnty-Rr (rears of praetlral e aperient, eomMnel with raasoMAL atuatloa to all d
tall, ol the baeas aad parfret arraaaemrata for clsarlinuss aad maiTT of all good
aiaaafaetartd, enable the proprietor to urneat to hla aumeroaa patruns a aprlor rlaaa of
Vichy and Seltzer Water In Siphons.
Oinjree A I aad all the rarto.a Aaron of ROHA WATRR ready foe aklpmrat aad d.llrrred
tree la Cite Umlu. Oat nf town arderiat har aasiimsii.a nftrrae.
C. H. CAMPBELL.
ASHEVILLE WOOD COMPANY.
ALL KINDS OF WOOD AND KINDLING.
0FF1CI WITH YARD, 2t NORTH COURT
A. II. & C. E. LYMAN. Owners.
TIN AND SLATE ROOFING,
Plana and Specification.' Fnmlahcd on Application
W bar tkoroairb anehaalea ks aek Ha who hat had ssaay ream' raperteac la tktr
baalaeaa. W. aa aaMr (aaraatn oar patroas satiafactlea la oar work, a low mgum
BALLARD. RICH & DOYCE.
WINE AND .. LIQUOR .. STORE
IK THB STATU.
FINE SAXXrUS AND DILXIARD ROOXX.
. A. atARftVARRT, anatt.
E. E.EAGAN, Secretary
and - Insurance,
a8 Patton Ave., Anbevtiie.N. C.
M.J. Paia-.J. B. Rankin, I. 8. Ray, J. B. Read
May lat. I St.
Baring Feature will recti T4 specJal attratloa.
four months or longer, Intereat at the rat
on tlie A & 8. Railroad and
11 1c Pike
me mineral water, ifnara can oe bad at
return at 7 p. ra. fare 25 t-enta.
OTIS A. MILLER,
Skyland P. O., N. C.
SQUARE, NEXT TO ICOTTI LUMBER YARD.
Paaa Office Door.
AND GAS FITTING,
ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK.