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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN : TUESDAY EVENIXG. APRIL 1, 1880.
A BUILDING DOOM.
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TtrESDAV. APRIL 1, 1890.
THK D4II V CITIIKN
1?itW-.V !lo Dl" In Asheville
V. 1 I I.1-..N (ll h U K.
kiA,TRV.I'A,IK SKW STAND.
MOl'hLCh.AK STOKI!, I'atton Ave.
Square V NKWa TUH Court
PEKTIXtXT AND PKRHONAL.
New About Aahevtlllans) and oi
Mtranitera Within Oar Gate.
Mr.Wm. Worrell, of Charlotte, ii in tin
H. L. Shaffer, of 1'ittsburg, in ut th
P. T. FoRartv represents Baltimore al
the Battery Park.
Eames MeVcugh, of Chicugo, is at thi
Jnn.cs McKoy, of Dillsboro, wuj in tin
city this morning,
Geo. L. Atkins represents New York ai
J. W. Oudel, of Lynchburg, Va is rcg
istcrcd nt the Swauuunoa.
J. G. McMillan is registered nt tilt
ur.niu Lentral Irom Knoxville.
Jas. Itlaeken and w ife ure registered al
the Glen Rock from Hoston.
Quite an amount of sod has been re
moved to-day from Court Place.
T.J. Gill and wile and Miss Lula Gill
of Danville, Ya., are recent arrivals at tin
Mrs E. Merring and K. M. Merring, o
Cincinnati, have taken rr,. ... .i..
Marriage license has Ihtu isMieil ti
Pleas Jenkins and l-intim lirwin, botl
Mr. and Mrs. J. YY. Hhiir and Miss A
T.Jones, of Arclidale.N. C, are nt th.
Mr. A. L. Robinson, of Louisville, ha
returned to the city and is stopping ai
the Battery Park.
H. A. Sh.iniii am) William A. Shanin.nl
Cleveland, 0., are at the Batterv Park
for a few days.
Mr. P. S. 11. Reynolds lias returned
from Satiford, Pla., where be has beet,
spending the winter.
J. H. Everett, John Rogers aud J. W. L
Art hu-, three prominent men of Brysoi
City, are iu the citv to-day.
Managers in charge of the Mission
Hospital for the next two weeks art
Mrs. Carmich.iel aud Mrs. Chunn.
Charlie Jordan, who has been studying
uiediciue in New York, has returned to
this city and now proudly writes M. D.
lifter his name.
An infant child of William Plummet
died at his home on Hill street last night.
i ne interment will take place this alter-
noou nt 1 o'clock.
The Street Railway company and the
Light and Power company now ncctipt
handsome oiriccs in the new building be
low the Cosmopolitan Club.
Mr. J. W. Rollings has returned from o
special course nt the Ontario Vcterinnrt
College and will practice surgery in thi
city. lie can be found ut VY. P. ninnton',
Mr. Augustus M. Smith, n pnpulai
Ashcville boy, now traveling for a Louis
ville house, has been iu the city for tht
past few days shaking bands with olu
Erwin, Wilson & Co., colored, doing
a grocery business at 23 South Main
street, have mude an assignment to A. L.
Carter. Wilson, Burns & Co., of Balti
more, M. E. Carter and Alfred Morris, oi
this city, are named as preferred credi
tors. The liabilities are something over
HoinelhltiK of the Amount or Work
Hi Local Architects) Have on
Hand The Quality of the Work
Several Asheville architects speak
through the columns of Tim Citizen to
day, and of the building boom the citv
will enjoy during the coming spring. 1 lie
money to be invested will reach into six
figures, and the class of buildings which
will be erected may be indued from the
contracts calling for $ 13,(1110, $20,000
and $30,000 houses. These estimates
are made exclusive of the proposed new
Hotels, and it is perlectly sale to say that
the amount of building of private houses
will lie double the nuiiilur given iu the
i acre is it no more prosperous citv in
the South than Ashcvilie. It is constantly
ittroeting capitalists and they arc mak
ing heavy investments, ind with tt cer
tainty of good returns.
The coming year will witness some
Asheville is torgiug steadily aud 6rml
to the t'rut.
All of the architects agree that a better
vlass of work is being done, better ma
terial used and that only the best oi
killed mechanics can find employment.
Mr. J. A. Tenncut wns the first out
cen, and w as asked for information con
cerning the numbct and value of houses
ic is erecting. Mr. Tenneiit said: "I
lave contracts for about $3:1,000 worth
if houses. Of these the most handsome
md expensive will be theprojHTty of Mr.
U. B. King, of Augusta, Ga. The house
s being built on Merrimon avenue anil
vill contain twelve rooms. The insidi
...ill 1.- I !.. . .. .
..... iiiiisiicti in niiturni yellow pith
tnd the cost is to be $7,000. I nm also
inilding the new plant for the clcctrii
ifiht works, which will cost $.'1,000.
The rest of mvemtracts run from SI. IK Mi
Mr. E. R. Glenn was next .tin mul
nid: "I am just linislrng a tilteeii-rooni
louse on Startles aveiitie, at a cost oi
S1.00O. The inside work is made of mil
Jrnl and stained pine. I am also nt
vork on a house on Bailey street fin
Mr. B. J. Alexander. This house wil!
.-oiitnin til'ieen rooms and will cost about
S3.0OO. It will be finished inside with
intnral yellow pine, which is very popu
lar now for inside work. I Lave jusi
oinplcted a six-room house on Mcrri
non avenue, (or Mr. J. R. H.ihVck, at a
:ost ol $7oo."
Mr. J. M. Westall said: "1 am just
-ompleting for Dr. Meriwether an eight
room house in West Asheville. The ma
erial used on the inside work is North
Jarolina yellow pine, and the house will
-ost $2..rni0. I have the contract for.
imi urn now at work on, the remodel
ing of the Presbyterian church. That
will cost something iu the neighborhood
f $2..iH0. I w ill begin work May Hot I,
m the two stores on South Main street
or Cnpt. Thos. D. Johnston. The build
mg will Ik-two stories high and then
win ne lotiricen rooms on the second
floor. The front is to Ik- of Philadelphia
(iressed brick with stone trimmings, anil
-lie lower part will lie pl.ue glass aud
ron. it win oe one of the handsomest
routs in the city. The cost i $12.1100.
and the work is to he ready to deliver by
Septemlier 1. I am making estimates oil
520,000 worth ufw.uk now."
Mr. T. E. Davis sni.i: nm building
our nouses lor Mr. George II..I,
6nisbed in hardwood, to cost $7,500;
ami two Houses for M.J. Fngg, on North
Main street, made of brick and finished
in hardwood, to cost $4,000 each, and
warehouse 45x60 feet for Mr. C. I
Mootly near the railroad. It will be used
lor storing tile, and will cost $1,000.
Duncan T. Parker, the most promt
uent citiien of Anniston, Ala., and well
kuown in Asheville, died at his home on
rriciay last. Mr. Parker was a banker
and his death will be regretted by every
man who knew him.
If there's any virtue installing to learn
trade while you're young, the little
negroes who are sent out from liverv
stables with horses and vehicles ouuh't
to be very expert stablemen indeed long
hel'or" they grow to manhood. Most ol
the little youngsters receive no regular
wages from the stablekeepers, detiendiug
upon nn occasional tip for whatever
wealth their work may bring to them.
There's considerable sport for them in
ridiug or driving a horse even a very
short distance, and they might as weil
be doing that as anything. It's calline
to a man's pride sometimes, alter he has
been warned to lie careful in the use of e8t '" the wrhl and the thermal
Easier Booklets) and Gin.
A complete liue of Raster Booklets from
nest publishers Easter gifts in great
variety in rare China and Silvee
ties. An invoice of choice Decorated
C hum, my o wu importation, just received.
J- 11. Law,
07. 50 and 01 S. Maiu St.
sue mountain Park Hotel.
MprttiK, N. C,
i. c..i . . .
...u.iii m rvery particular, wit
1,1 uc lame m the South. Pure and
uuuuuuni water and pertect sanitary ar
rangements. . '
i ne scenery is beautiful, climate much
milder than Asheville, there being no
imran w inds and noilust to irritate weak
..ii. .nm ana lungs.
ine Daths in marble pools are the fiir
ome hard-mouthed and perhaps ner
vous horse, to see the steed come rattling
up to his door with such a weeniite of
blackness, conducting hiui that he
scarcely is noticeable when compared
wun me horse s bulk. The boys are not
necessarily "experts" for all that, and
me w ho attempted to ride a lively sad-
llcr was thrown, caught in the stirruu
by one foot and killed by the friiihteued
animal not so very long ago.
A white man with a comfortable load
f alcohol on board was steered throuch
the streets by two colored men yester-
wiy, one Having a firm clutch on each
irm. It struck strangers us rather novel
proceeding, but it certainly wns a more
ensible proceeding on the part of the
white man than hanging around up-
lunM mm iiiviiinc arrest won M 1.......
The proper thing to ask now when
eou meet nn acquaintance who is here
'or his health is, "When are you going to
'tart lor home?" The answer. ,;..
vary greatly, but the "old guard" will
is a rule lie far from Asheville by the
lii st of May. Some pretty healthy look
ing men ami women will drop in upon
iheir friends in other climes during the
next four weeks, and they will present
t surprisingly gratifying improvement
ver the queer wrecks that drifted here a
lew months ago.
... nu HiiexccnensKciiic lor rheumatism
ii j1'. "i:rv"" cxuaustiou and
i. uiK-itscs oi skin and blood
excellent physicians reside nt the ho-
Trains leave Asheville for tl.t R,....
t 7.30 a. m.. a :ik nH .K 1
Excursion ticket in,.i,..ii...
... .uuuiu.un rurs uotel, .50.
ror rates etc., Mdress
Adv- W. 0. DooLirri.K
Tho AMhevllle Citizen Give
The latest local news.
The freshest State news.
The best general news.
General and scial comments.
ne largest subscription list of any
secular nancr in the St..
The best advertising medium in the
A full staff of able editors and corrcs-
The neatest, newsiest and most enter-
pnsinc paper in North t'urr.i;.
Its efforts are always devoted to the
gumming nun development of the re
sources ol the Knit. .,. :..i- i..
months; 50 cents per mouth.
One Dollar Reward.
We offer ONE DOLLAR reward to nnv
,.mi.wh".' l.how u. a sack of .l.r
IJI j.ru . f- -Ut TK1C I.IG1H
Mil. .v. ""-v. Asheville
f '":"i""i." riour and vou are
.- KciiuiK me tinsr.
Paint I saln77
The At-rill l:-k ... . ,
,.n . i. ' ,. """uieuest. uutwears
.... ui it. eauiitui and economical. In
general use 25 years. Guaranteed. Sam-
Sei IIIU HIT,
MONTH OF MARCH
tl3-(lect Dinner Seta, new ileenratlnna,
(le-plrce Tea Sets, fa M.
lO-plece Toilet Sets, $3 Ml and $4 Tn.
Brown Bramble Dinner Ware at two-thirds
price. Pnr Instance i an $IH Dinner Ret for
FINE TOILET SETS AT COST
TO CLOSB Ol'T.
All Silver Plated Hollow Wait at
5 Per Cent Discount.
I will rinullrate all hills of Northern House.
for Crockery, Olass and Cutler.
J. H. LAW,
37. 59 & 6i H. Main St.
. A8HKVII.LB, N. C.
i AT RETAIL, i '
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
For sale Wh..l...i j .
ASHEVILLE COAL COMPANY,
Hxelnsiv, at,U . Donle and Bteam . for Western North Carolina.
H. T. COLLINS. President.
Pure Ice made from
E. E.EAGAN, Secretary
DiHtilled Water. Office: No. 30
NO HUMBUG I
"JUST ON THE THRESHOLD"
F A B,C BOOM' TAND THE CITY OF ASHEVILLB.
Now 18 the Time to Bay Real Estate.
Vo mm, think price, are bih , t the, are bound to ,o hl.her, a. pas, .aperient, ha.
A.heTl.le i. the be.t known, .he mo be.ntlfol. th. mo.t healthful and themo.t
,B '' Vou cannot Invest our capital
In this tardea spot of the mountains.
oSom, choice bargain. ,. dty u. .nd pnptnln
JENKS & JENKS,
eai instate - and
If a Kodak had been snapiird uimn
n.iny of the henlth-seckers when they
lint struck this burKh, and the finished
nhotoKrnph was displayed now for the
hem-lit f the one-time "invalid," he
A-milil i,nl,Eii......t.. ..
,.iKi. lironounce It a
mil-ruble liliel or else would be filled with
horror ut the counterfeit presentment ol
himself w hich the cuntcra had preserved
:rom the olden time. Many a freak has
iiecn transformed into a passable loolino
human lieinK by the curative influences
of rest, cure and clitniite. Great is this
town, ntid greatly to be praised is its
FlT?.PT'"CK B'S- & ROIIKRTSON.
Sliunort Home M,.. .,... . ... .
in tlwirpiods. There is no Iwttcf Flour
".....v ,r w.e price than Kht:trir Lmht
noTher VOUrrot'CT '"r "' "
The Best on Karlh.
What are voutinyiniflor vour KLOl'K?
KINO FLOl R. the Ixst on earth can be
had at uiustany grocer snt $6 r barrel.
V1,.Tbt Hose Comnunv will mew
niorrow (Tuesday) night at the Mayor'.
eorue I leek, ol
Mioxvtllc, on the pr..icrty he piirchasc.l
nvently in West Asheville. he militl
house will cost Sl.l.i 1. 11) in,,) the mate
rial to lie used is mainly stone from his
land, and nd Tennessee marble from
Knoxville. The woods to lie u..l .... .I,-
'iisiilt work are oak, cherry, walnut and
"The other three houses which I nm
uuiiiiihk tor nun will 1 Irainc huildiiu-s
and will lw for the use of tenants. Th.
cost of them and his barn will Ik $ytl,.
Odd, ranking n total of j;t.-,.oiui tlmt he
will exiend in building there. I am just
linishing the Hunt house, on French
Hrfi.1,1 bv f. .. . ....
11 luniaiua tiiinv-live
rooms and cost $ao.uui). lt j, fin"j,iH.d
in natural oak and nine.
"I am also nt work on some houses lor
Mr. W. L. McAfee, on Spruce street.
When these arc completed I will have
erected five houses lor him
lalkmg about air, that was a tnirly
..veiy urecze mat swept through this
municipality early Monday morning, h
Had a shriek at times like the cckoim.
howl of a Wagnerian mythnloiricnl tien,l
and again it lxiomed through space like
iiiesuiien monotone ol distant cannon.
Many a scheme of out-door eniovmem
lor the day was nipped in the bud when
the storm chorus began, and several
score of interesting fits 01 the blue devils
resulted nmong the pleasure hunters.
8 o'clock. All 1
: 1 . . -""i" nrerr-
Mu.rea 10 oe present, as new .hats and
coats are to be distributed.
mar31:t IL C. Faro,
WThe Moon. v
I v r w.'," ;:,d ilt "uc,i'Vn to-momiw
L;-0rt,""d "ri'- thrir n)vcrtie
III Mil s-ri ntw
CLOTHING, 00m" '"' McAT Ptton Atch Ahe lllc. N. c.
LBW1S MADDUX. Pre. L. P. McLOUB. v..p- . :. V.
HATS AND GENTS' 'W. j. . i. b'L'
P-i-ilNn TO PR S.U.P IN THB
Next Sixty Days I
CAROLINA BANK. E-
Organised Mar 1st. 1888.
CAPITAL, S50.000. SURPLUS, 815,000
State, County and; City Depo-ltory.
toe. a General Banklna Bnoea.. rv,.
lleH.n.B1.deo,eeibl.oo.n.. ZZZ """" "d .
Clone Out the Retail RnnlneM.
All this iitoek of Onods will be sold at
Slaughtering Prices I
No. 10 Patton Ave.
of per cat. per annum will be paid.
trprctaj attention irlren to loan, on real Mt.t.
will be placed for Ion Mm. on real
Open Iron a. m. to 8 p. m.
On Satord.y. the Sarin, Department will beopent.ll A p ,
JIM 111. J
Onl, 8 Mile, fron, Art,eHle on the A. ft S. R.road ,nd
A storm in an essentinlly business citt
is merely a disagreeable incident, anil
ouruiK Aiarvn in certain H.rtious of this
ureal ami varied country bad weather is
inile the thing and is duly eiinrted and
prepared for. Hut amonK the pleasure
loving l"plc of a resort like Asheville a
Htormisn deadly nuisance, and its con
tinuation for several days reaches the
proportions oi a positive calamity.
March is a dismal month nt het. and
no doubt rannydisupjKiinted people have
".imi us tins month and have Kone
away to decry the town where softness
and smoothness and balm have not
... u) s oeen me notnlile properties of the
atmosphere. They could not occasion
ally have been expected in daily doses;
but they have been
r--.s wir iro
- '-'. niniiiui' til -ntlI rtfiittja N.aa.
crs lor the dm.ration of Trinity church
"""". ..loriiuitf. nl lUt
New AdvertlHcmciila To-Daj.
BoAsn-Mi.. Klla Moody.
Tsiissn Ni-ma-fls Vnlii street
L "Li'- Veterinary Rume'.n.
ominre onyratlve As.ne n.
FOR SALE !
Wednesday, April a, ,890,
That vnluatile ntnurn. ..
MtX.NHV I'Blil.KKi- .' " ne
J. C. BROWN.
ntiHlHANT i TAILOR,
as Patton Ayenac,
"Neit to Grand Central Howl. I
Apply to us durinc the lneomlnS week to
rent the Rock Quarry oa the opposite iwde
of the river, near the Iron bridge, and the
NINB TBNKMBNT HOt nllS
near by. A Rood rock man can get
mber and variety of mineral .nHnn . .. . ..
c - ' ."uno in tne south.
4 Springs on Less Than 40 Acres
:'',r.- 'P"r..p.om. alnm. and m.ml. o.-7 . '
iZHtZ .y. V"n? '"rtlKestlon,
ever fonnd. Many are bnyin. loi. to Thnil'd eilS"1 ,,r'P he'
al nominal ort.-e. to '.ZVl ',lu"? JV.nn ".ttaije. near the Hi.
. " " ne mineral water. Board can be h.d..
o 930 Per Month, or fx Per Day
n"7edTl?lVed ri,.nK to the owner: o, bene'. ......
nmmer. " " " improvement, will be made ',.;..
l.vT;.".nHawr.!l!:"i. ?" Very line combination.
near the Hi.rinns I..... .r.-,i.T
PoT funheT ln"rmVa,,U,?r(T,:um- ""' ntm M 7 28 "
OTIS A. MILLER,
BUyland P. o N. C.
NATT ATKINSON & SON.
Public Sale of Lots.
ONH OP THB
IN THB BOt'TH,
mreet Car. puss the
Uoor every 18
and Hllverstrre.. . J ..1.; '...':" "L. '"'"n
lot. No. OH .d ., i nVJh the" ,w5
houie; of 6 anil 7 ri.oms en. h. each In7 hZ.
" h orlrred a. LtZ ,1,";"
the court hnnac oe on .h. LT"."ir
Kea, B.,at. nroker..CW.Tnrt,!:."tgg-.
i at a cost of -I'-tly than the would have been in i0.k,p.,i3?.Vr7e"'""),-": - ?d"Tr
u.oou. I Hey arc al (in ,hi-.l in 'onnern climes, and t hat i. .u..
On Tbur-day, April io,
We will MU ., ,Uetlon, on the ground..
20 LOTS ON CHARLOTTE ST.
Ju.t beyond the terminus of the street ear
line. Thi. I. rare chant in . v
make an Investment oa rea.on.ble term..
Term, of sale, one-thlrd ( ttl ea.h. remainder
in one and two yean. Call at ear orflre ..a
see plat and be shows property.
WATT ATKINSON & HON.
Heal Batate Dealer..
jfij, WALK FROM COURTIO.
PI R8T-C LA 88.
Kor terms address
IIF. URKW A KNIFK,
rnipine. Mr. Urown's house ou the
mountain is just UinK completed. It
contains eighteen rooms and cost $11,
000. It is also tinished in natural pine
i am erectinu lour sun.
itome visitors disregard or forget.
Tlieu Wanted the Roy who Heal hiUK " Valley and Enjjle streets. They
William Hemphill, Solomon Daker and
Audrcw Wilson are three colored men.
und on Saturday evening the bad a gen
eral fight in their boarding bouse on
Water street. Wilson got the worst ol
it, and he was instrumental In the or-
rest or the others for beating him. This
morning the trial was heard. Wilson
was represented by nn attorney, but nil
that the latter could do could not shake
the testimony of all the witnesses who
swore that Wilson was not only to
blame for the row but began it bv draw,
ing and attempting to use a knife. His
own witnesses swore it and before the
trial was htilf ended Mayor Blanton had
added Wilson's name to the warant.
The attorney's plea was only for a
light fine, and his honor knocked it all
in the bead by stating that be bad no
jurisdiction la the case. The prisoner
was bounj over to the neit term of the
criminal court and will answer to the
charge of on assault with deadly
James I. Druce wns up agnin this
morning. He was drunk last night and
admitted it. He was fined $10.
Mary Harris was also drunk yester
day ana bad a .glorious time until an
officer ran her in. She 'will pay $5 to
Thomas Drytnan was accused of bar
Ing a revolver on his person and firing it
inside tbe city limits. He was found
guilty and will either pay $.0 fin( or
work for tbe city.
will cost about $.'00 each
0. D. Rcvcll said: "I am
the nlH M..I.II-. I .. ..
u, , i,uae, on me swan
nnnoaroad, li.r.Mr.J. M. Campbell, of
Providence, R. I. That will cost about
$3,000. Hurd woods will lie used on
the inside. Iain prcimrinir nlun. inr
block of apartment houses for Mr. Camp
bell on Merrimon avenue. There will be
nine oi tliem and they will Ik three sto
ries high, each one containing ten rooms.
n7 win ne Handsomely finished. Hard
woods will be used on the first floor nntl
pine on the second and third. The cost
is $12,000. I am building two eight
room brick houses. One ou Academy
street for Rev. J. L. Carroll, and the
otiier on H.nlcy street for Wagner uml
neveii. 1 ne cost ol each will lie $2,000,"
Nr. a. L. Melton hns contracts for
eieveii nouses nt present, the cost of
which aggregates $.12,100. He also has
uuder consideration twenty-one others,
averaging ?2.000 each.
Air. r w. llurkliolder said: "I have
prepared plans and specifications fortwo
onck stores and office building for Mr.
C. E. Graham. The building twill tiatltsu
stories high. On the second floor will be
eight offices und on the third will be a
hall cnpnble of seating 250 persons. The
.ne is near vne oiti moot, and the build'
ing will cost $10,000. I have also pre-
parea piaus mr several dwellings. One
.or airs. mnn, in rrospect Park, of
twelve rooms, finished in hardwood and
pine, to cost $4,600 i one for 8. F. Chop
nan, near Richmond Hill, of ten rooms,
Real KMlaie TranHfer,
J. 0. Martin and wife to Ii.
G. C'arner, H8 acres in this
..... . i ...... V"
..iitiiieni i i. ... wimnioers una wile
Susnnnnh Capps, 200 acres
on Neem'a i.n.1
J"hn Capps and wife'to V.' V'
"Moving Chambers. 100 acre, on
ncciii s creek
N. Atkinson nnd C. H. Atk'iii"
son to John ti. liostic,
bouse and lot on French
f. H. Simmons to . i'
"enry, lot on lluywood
Richmond Pearson and wife
to E.J. Ware, 40 acres on
C II, llfairnnd wife to t r.
Martin, tract in this
c. mi niy ......,.,
J. G. Martin nnd wile to"
I. Iloughleling, 12 acres
I" this county
MI8H KM, A MOODV
I', o. Bo. sat.
TRAINED NURSE AND MASSEUSE.
Trained Nurse, graduate of u..,. ....
$14,020.(10 ',t"V- desires ena-aemeni lament, .medte-i
suraieai or oUietrteal c.ars. oire. .1,0
massaa. (to ladies only). ,,clrie ..7Jr:
r.t ti, n,. I netle teeaim. . . a-
""v.uii ww.fu mruiral referenm
"3 Ctll.LKOK 8T.
gBALRt. PROP08AL8 will be mrired at
Si. ."' "". f the 8nperTl.ln,Vri.l7Ji,
i irniurr 1 MUnrlms. U' a.i "
until 2 o'clock o m".": .ZrS7.ra?l"' P.- C,.
GREECTELL & II AUG AX. PROP'RS
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
t uajnuuu oireei.
AH WATER THOR0troHi,vFll,TEREPo1 the FremlM;..
,.LWofnrr 0f1"' blnedwith r.at. attention ,o . d.
U.tao,,hehB.,e....dn.rtee,.rr.B)rtnllt. f CL,1K,r((w .
Vichy and Seltxer Water In Siphon.
Olnirr Al and all k. . . .
" " "on WATBR read for .hlomm. ..h .
-.-d .eoro?" ' 1 " "f tOW" " unHH. reference.
" nan on appllratinn at ikl. " "
J. W. ROLLINCS
Offle at W. p. .,ulo. . c
300.00 ""b Main street. .
the office of h, 7.ST.;J
Kaehhld mn.t be accompanied bw a mi
Bed cheek for $no. ' orru"
....... i. nirn no not comm. .tr.,.-
an ine renulrement. of thi. Invltatloa
March ill. mvo. JAH. h"winih?IM
... "upervlntnn Anhi..
C. H. CAMPBELL.
nlnit. Hhoe.. Ieelr.
Al.. - f ... 5W'i u
A larac hiisit. fl.a o. ...
romlnrtahl. . ' Trn
Term, reawnabl. '
octHdSm MH.t.t tuieu...
An Arinn Br. ... t.l
'I." "?." Lady of tact Vii. t .old eh-Th.'.:"7"' Win
lOilt. L'lnihlfiL uk.
ASHEVILLE WOOD COMPANY.
ALL KINDS OF WOOD AND KINDLING. ESTADUSHED 1888
0FFIM WITH YARD. M NORTH COURT SQUARE, NEXT TO SCOTTI LUMBER YARD.
Electric Cara Paaa Offlcc Door.
..... -am.H- & C' E- WMAN, Owner..
Th Improvements Oolnar Oa,
The improvements in the First Prmh..
terian thurch are making rapid progress.
The decoration will he accomplished by
Mr. K. A. Grace after dr.ivn. nn.n.j
hv the eminent decorative architect, Ed-
warn j. ncvme stent, of New Vnrk. 1. 1.
gramying testimony to the taste and
finish of Mr. Stent's design that all of hi.
competitors bore willing testimony to the
..er.i oi nis ,ketcn. The decoration will
1 something unique in Asheville.
Mew Raaain Rooraa.
The Carolina Club have m-tnti. ..m..j
to tbe convenience of their rooms by tbe
introduction of a number of the .tnn,i.,j
I-...UU1.. ana magazines, and a file of
Jan2H dly "
Welnc8Ia, April 3.
Adm-rof Bdwart Weddla.
Y THE COLORED PEOPLE OF THE CITY.V0MAN w"Tu.
OUNUINB OI.D-TIMB PLANTATION MBU
PLUMBING, STEAM AND GAS FITTING
TIN AND SLATE ROOFING.
ARCHITECTVRAL IRON WORK.
ttSXftaSSKl BPeclflcon, Furnlrted on Application
J3OH BALB. "
J?OR RBNT FOR OFPICB8.
On areond 8one of No.. SS and 80 .
Venn.. On. a.u i... . n,,.atton
AUo other, mi .., too' V
Also . double eot-
larae room on third fluoe,
Reacrrcd Heat a. .
AjTTpec'b' wn ean obtain a annrf
.rBdtf VHILDRBN'8 HOMR,
the New York, State and local pacers, r111 HtoncCull,.
l ne club has now as fine re.rlln., .. I r -
that of .ny orKanlMtlo; river 8 otlles w,
eonnJnAlf"'' "?. .r
? ' on. 7-eoom hM''ftESt'
street, ..me aeeommod.tlon. M'"
beantln.ll, located, with Sower
tar- s ..
" inofonatt mceh.nle. In e.eh lln. who h... w a
h.aneaa W. " "i"' Prt the,.
h.ane W. , .aft,, s,.r.De on, patron. s..f.ctloll c work, . tew
BALLARD, RICH & BOYCE.
mar ? atr
.1... j . . .. .." -.... wumin, on. Oood I Tfc. m u. .
viu w in a aeciaeu tunmm,.. ' vwa. ritlweb. .k. . . .. r.nw arena., at mi .
ditio. v. K".ow.7D,r sxttj7mvrs
"t a.. A' a. aLiJ ferlk.M
. . ne.- THK LRADINU 5
... AND ... LIQUOR
IN THB STATE.
FINB SAMPLE AND BIIXIARD ROOM.
" oratawn. '
. As MAKQCARIDT, M'g'r.
I RO. 43 S. MAIN ST., ASHEVILLE, N. C
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