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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 11, 1890.
THE DAILY CITIZEN. J. D. CAMKKON, Eilitor, 11. D. CHILD Husinesa Manager. Tim Paii.v Citiikx will lie punllihct-. CTery afternoon (fxtvpi huajuy) at the folluwinj.' rniwHirivtiy vutta; One Yrnr $fl.0i 8ix Month. 3.1" Tlirt'c Month , , l.ftt One Month , fl One Week If. nr cnrr.ert. will ilrllver the pnner ever afternoon hi everv iort ot the city tooumuh Hi-riiuTH, unil pnrtirw wanting it will pleam Auvkhtikim. K.tTKH Kcimonahle. and mail known on application at thi office. AM t run Mien t auvcniwtiienu muil be paid in aH vnnee. rite Citixrn f the mmt eitennlvelr eircu Inieil anil widely rratl nvwspaerin Western tvorin i rironnn. ItH iliKctiHKion of puhllr men ami measure' In In the intercut ol puhlk integrity, honcm duveninient. ami proienus imUmtry, and li Ktimv no perNunui ui.eKiunt.Tin treating pun lie iHHIieV. Specimen copies of any edition will be aeni r "ee to nny ine ovnotng their aililn-sa. Kt-uil.111: nutict- ten cent ikt line, Ohltu ary, iiturriiiuc unit society notices fifty cent each nitit vxcct-Uinic ten lineal or fifty cent per men, FKlIiAY. AI'KIL, 11. mi)U. TIIIC U II V CITIZEN U on n1c nt the rnllnwiiiK lilaces in Aahcvillr ill 11'. O-i-il. li. HAI'I'liKY IMKK NEWSSTAND, I'.l.liV KikK NliS STIND. MUHia. CIUAK SliiKI-:. Pntton A. J. CAKMJ.Vti NliWS TOKB, Nurth Court c.,iiirv. PERTINENT AND PERSONAL. rew aboiii Aalietllllnnn and o HtriiiiKcrH within Our Galen, l II. Alieni.nliy, ot Knkcrsrille, is ii the city tu-iln.v. There were 57 arrivals at the piiticip.i hotels vesical. iv. K. II. Moore, of OKI Kurt, was in tin city tins morning. Mrs. CSeurKC Copcl.itul, of New York is ut the (lattery I'nrk. J. V. Huston, of Philadelphia, is icgis teteil nt the Sivnnnnnoa, W. S. Daniels represents Washington l. (.., at the Omul Central. J. F. Johnson, of Louisville, Kv., is res istere.I at the Graml Central. . (1. lloilson nnil wife, of Baltimore nre rcjjNtcrcil at the firanil Central. Mr. nnil Mis. W. Church Osliorn, New Yoik, meat the Mattery I'nrk. S. L. Movers, jr., anil wile, of West Yir giiii.t, were at the Glen Kock yestenlny, Mr. anil Mrs. E. U. HarHT, of Sew York citv, arc quartered ut the Hatteri Park. Rev. H. Hall nnd wife, of New York were riKistercii nt llie oiin Kock vis teniae J. D. Klliott. a prominent cotitrncmi nml builder til' Hickory, spent this morn lug in the city. Mrs. I-. L. Randall nnd Miss Btlitl Randall, of Oiiiiiey, Mass., are at th S.vniinniio.i. isrv. i neo. a. i-orter and v. lias. t. for ter. of Charleston, S. C, nre nt tin Swanu.inoa. V. S. Nilson. of the I'niteil States navy nn I wile were at the lattery I'nrk tlin morning. C. II. Green nnd wifc.of Sayville, Lone Is'and, arc at the Oaks. They nrrivei yesterday ami will sHiul some time here All tadits mid gentlemen nre invited t utliml the Ililile Class at the Y. M. C. A rooms to-morrow at 4 p. in. The sub ject is the International Sunday school lesson lor the next day. NJttccn couples ol prominent young soeiety iicople participated in n german last ewuiug given bv Mrs. Geo. W. Tack nt her home on Merritnon n venue It was in honor of Miss Pack, nnd M's? Hack us. who is her guest. A GOOD SUGGESTION. A WeMtern Norlli Carolina F.duca. tlunal AhhocIuiIou. Taintkh, N. C. April 9. 18'Jti. Suprriiiteiiilenis nf I'ublir Instruction. Teachers and Friend of Induration ii, I Western .North Carolina : Tl.u ..... ..... .......I ..I' tl'..-... V .1 I I ue iii,i?i nitii hi i, , sivrn ..or i i I Carolina ut this time isiiliicntion. l-nit of ilfoit nnd oneness of mm nnioiigniii educutioiial workirs is absolutely issen-1 tial to i he ncconipli-hmeut ol the Ik-si. niui !. n-i-iii , nun iiiuRi r-i iiiiiiiriii ii suns. Inlcss the leathers nnd Irieudsof riluen- tion are organied mid brought intoclosi sympathy, unless the prolessional spirit I is aroused, mid the most aggressive am Progressive incisures nre adopted, noth ing but desultory and uusutislurtoi v re sults will be riniiiid. There is a Slate Teachers' Assembly. but it is ol no direct benefit to us. It meeting arc held so remote from us thin but few. il iiiiv, Iroiu this part of tin State can attend them. What we need it a Wi stern North Carolina Eilucnlioiuil Association. One tliuliill ol our teacher run attend and one that will result ii direct nnd immeuiatc improvements among us. In each of our counties let delegates Ik chosen ton convention to meet nt Vt nvms ville. Ju e 17 I'D, to orgnniie the assoeia. tioti antl plan lor tne general educnttonii dvuiiienient. Let the county superin tenilents appoint ilelegntes from the pub he mid private school tenehrrs. one lot each ten or fruction thereof. Let thest delegnles Im- the most alive nnd progres sive trnciicrs nnil niose wno will lie sure to attend. Furtbci more Irt each county I iiK rintendcnt be a member of the iiui- Vl-,ll l!.ll'!:V''.a,''; i.... j: , 1 lie mi' v in i u iiiiiv nni - iwii iir"iif imim i nrevent the nrobiible delrut of tin to nrevent the prol project through delay and to fncilitiitt l the arrangement oi on er important pre- Iiminnnes. We think the place is central and the time convenient. I Now, if pur county superintendents I j (who nre all. doubtless, earnest and en thusiastic men will nttend to this mut ter nt once and use their influence in its favor, the convention will prove a suc cess. So much is at stake we cannot af ford to treat this subject with indiffer ence. e appeal to every friend ot educa tion to speed the movement. Let us arouse and take this decisive strD in edu cational progress. Your humble servant and co-laborer, Kobt. L. Madison. Principal uf the Cullowhee Hijjh School. Ready to so lo Work, The North Carolina society for th pre- vention ol cruelty to animals met to-dnv I in the Western Carolina Bank. A code . ... .... - i. 01 ny.aw. nnu s en ...itnioa were aaoptea ana r. u. jaenos was elected i agent of the society with power to act Incnses coming unucr ms notice, nir.l Jncobs' address is box 410. Mrs. Wells, Ol nnsion, wns eieviea an nnnorary die member and Thoi. A Jones wns mode the society's nttomev. Mrr Wells made a tctv handsome donation to the society I to be used in the running expense.. The "'UT 77, """T "T""" M -e I i.!- C- 1. I t. i I th Mssnrintlon anr eli ntlir nfflivr. mmm I me niiniovi"iF rew iieu at fgv 111111 1 IDC anneuu umutKtmmy w i promiacnK Acnncsseeans, I steel, SELF-IMPOSED DUTY OF AN ASHEVILLE HEN. SIX EGGS ON WEEK DAYS AND EIGHT ON SUNDAYS. J. M. Puller, a Chicken Fancier, Find a iold Mine In a Mod. Ht Little lien. J. M. Fuller is the name of n chicken fancier living in Aheville, nnd at present he hits struck n bonanza. It is in the ihnpe of ii hen that lays six eggs per Jay. Mr. Puller first noticed this cuterpris ing spirit in his lowl nbout three week igo, and nt first he would scarcity be leveit. Me watched her tor Home turn mil finally be became certain that h nail run across a gold mine in disguise To make more sure of it be put the hei. hi u separate coop where be tell that sin - mill live it nu outside assistance, anil vbeu he returned at night, the eusio ii -i ty six eggs were wailing lor him Phis state ol affairs continued lor a ue 1 Old on the Su'iday belore Kasier Mi ."uller avers tliat his hen went her leeon .wo better and dropped light eggs in hi icst. A number of friends nnd sciriitilicgcn lenieii were called in. Tbev couUI not ulp but admit the facts but could uoi iolvethe invsiirv. Since then Mr. Pul er has given it up liiiuself, though tin ict! keeps on in her good woi k. The chicken which is credited with thi AOiidenul record is a moi'est nnd lie nine looking I'lviuouih Kock. Kverv lodv who has sien berndiiiils that she I ml the least siuck up with her super intv over other hens, nut that sue is hall lillow well met with cvcrvoiic u lie yard. She has no regular otli lours but dashes oil an igg every tmii be mood strikes her. Sometimes sin viil perioral her daily task all at once i nil then again she takes u short rest Ik ween each egg. Mr. 1-uller does mil are either. Just so she does her wort- vt-rv dav it matters not lo him whe he does it, only that il is done. Another thing about her is that s!u icvcr makes any parade ol lieracliicn Kills. Oilier hens u ith a-oiii-cgg.aMl; eeord take a hall hoiu olfalter the wnl comp'cted to tell the woihl what tin ave iloue. There is none ol this sel loasliug about tier. She leaves tin vorld lo tell of her accomplishments ii tend of doing it herself. After she Ini aid one egg or six, as the case ni.iv be ue waiKS awav qiiieuc ami i.ouiii'.l bout her manner woulj indicate thai he had done unything to be csjh ci.illy iroud of. Mr. Puller by the way is writing took to lie entitled. "The Lite nnd II. il ts of Man." "I take them from the tim hey lire born until they an- en.'.iged lesaid estcrd iv. " Alter that," lie con tinued shyly, "I d'u't know much nboii t heni." IS DAVE HUGHES DEAD? Teleurnui liitllcutliiir as Much I rum n.imIiIIIv. Several years ag ill ivellugbcsmarrieil i young woman in this eily. They lived together for sometime, nnd he attempted to make n living by selling U-ef in tin western part of the city. He tried this tor several months an, I loiiud it rather hard way of gettii g along, nnd he and his wife separated, lluglns continued li live ill tbeweslein pariol llie city, and at list became ensnared by the sweet smile mil ijcuitcuing manners or Oelnvia Cniins, a young woman employed in tin mill f the C. li. Graham M.iiiuf.irlurirv .,.,.... ". , , ",r '" " " young .vouinii, was virv niiuli pleased with bis prosiective son-in-law, aial gave him id: Ti - i "l-""r'll',l"l- Things kept '" 111 tins way, nnil Hiiglics Incame n onstant visitnrto the house of the vouni .mly'g father. till the result that Mr Cairns ngieed to let Hughes marry lm laughter il they would go to Tenneei A'ith him and bis wile so ns to prevent my trouble aiising from the fact thai Hughes was nbeady married in tlii- Mnte. Tin y iiccordingly It-It here about two months ago nnd went to Nashville. .vuereiiiey an liven togettnr, nml soim of them obtained, employment in a cotton inclorv. Hughes licgnn lo get nrrttv nervous for some lenson while there, unil came back to Ashrville about three weeks ago. but liter Sieiuling two weeks here returned to Nashvi le. No more was heard of him until last t.ight. his mother, who lives on Depot street, receivtd a telegram from some one in Nashville, telling her to ile- imsit money with the depot ngmt hen .uffiricnt to cover nil cxm-nsei il slit wished Hughes f.nt home. No fiirthet inlormation was given in the teleginm and lie is supposed to have been killed whit j N,lvif. Heal IXuie 1'isiisiers, l, Rnndnll nnd wife to E. R, knndall, 42 liens on Snuily Mush J20.00 0. P. Thompson and wile to J. t tiosuc, t acres near Ashe ville 1,260.00 L. A. Piirinliolt mid wile to W. A. Ditvis.lol in McDowell ad dition 140.00 1 Falls of Nciisc Miiiiufaeiuriiig company to Jesse l. Penlmid, 0 acres in this county VI8.73 Jesse I). Penlmid to II. C. Jones and C. w. Mn. ue, u ueies in tins c untv. 1,300.00 mot Itoon' and wife to John M. Campbell, lot on Riverside ."YT"" ,"" V""::. "; W. W. Wnddill nnd wile to H eau.oui L. Taylor, 40Vs acres in this county R. Ilnring Gould to Kliin Rus- 7, COO. 00 I 320.00 1 sen, u ucres in mis coiini v , , :, , . , Mr. H. L, Pixlcv hns taken the ngrncy for the New Soutli National lluilding and Loan Association. Mr. A. A. Ar- ...... r,!j.n.i i. ...... - GOSSIP OF THE DAY. Denth Is nlwnys terrible, hut nt no time does its full measure of horror ny pear to us in nil its appalling immen sity more noticeably thnn nt the time that we run counter to n messenger who is hearing away to some kitchen a busket offish that have been, but are not. The other evening the Gossip was walking down South Main street with a friend while the li tile stars were braining mid all nature wns in nccord with the ieace and calm splendor of everything within view. It was a time for poetry, and although to some ieople the poetic value of the hour might not hnve been enhanced bv the tobacco smoke thnt issued from the mouths of the heroes of this story, there was nothing else to mar in any way the glorious, meditative calm that brooded over the earth, tint it didn't brood long in the Gossipcr't vicinitv. Prom around a near comer there suddenly came a presence that 'iinde itselt felt tor a distance of three blocks. Nearer and nearer it came, till inally the whole frightful horror of it .ame into full view, accompanied by a lolorous whistle that was a fitting niscreie for the march of the plague .hat icxt caire terribly and strongly forth to loriity the senses and asphyxiate the lodv. Wilh a stow movement thnt hnr notiucd well wilh t'ie accompanying error the procession passed up the street mil disappeared, the slow whistle sti I i-iuuding, the leet shiillling and sltimli- ing. ami the bodyguard of thick, inipcii--t ruble but penetrating odor still clearing i pathway and remaining behind lor an ighth of n mile to make its presence ell. It was all a very ordinary thing to ook nt, though, when it passed you a .mall negro carrying on one arm u huce i.isket full ot fish thnt had evidently leen kept too long in the receiving tmnb. mil over which the funeral riles should inve been observed nt lenst twelve lours before the procession passed. Yet he contents of the basket weie being aken to some abiding of humanity toi erve for n next day's meal. In the name of a bunutiiitv thnt takes ts daily walks abroad in the glorious ity f Asbcville, nnd which is blistered iiul bitten undiinnry.nl tot lie verge ot nsnnity by the rutting clouds of yellow and that precede the mountain gales in heir occasional invasions of our pcacc- ul retreat, we rise again to nsk if it voiddn't be n ponular move to water he piiucipa' streets, if only on windy lavs? Yesterday the winds kicked up a umpus thnt sanded the iedestrians and ipicstrians half nn inch deep, and it vnsn't ut nil pleasant. Ilesides.it wumi'i iii-iiicsslikr. In a citv that's booming Ue Ashe villi-it isn't economy to allow isitom to curry away so much real es- ate without paying a copirr for their right nnd title in the same. A recent news item of interest to North Jarolinians tells us that "three young ncn at Durham propose to go to Africa s missionaries on their own respnni- uliiics." This is all very nice, nnd the me spintol self-saerilii-e mid the excel cut glow of religious ardor evinced by best- three young men is n most com tieiul.iMc thing and worthy of nil ui l.iuse. Hut what do these men know ibotit Africa ? How can tiny stand the leadly climate into which the real mis- -ionary finds it necessary to plunge? We their funds suhViint to enable them in lie of any piaelical U-ncht in spread nig the great truth of Christianity ? And an they find nothing hire at home to levote their line leal and plethoric purses to assisting no poverty, no want, no Innness ill the lamps of leligion that colons hand may trim and start to lim ning more brightly nnd cheti hilly in wuiglilcd homes? It's nil very we'l to -prcad the gospel in heathen lauds it night to be done, mid great religious or auiz.itious are doing it but before voung men who ure glowing wit I the line fire of a noble wish to serve human ity start for Alricau wastes they ought locust their glances nearer home, mid il tiny can find no opportunities to do ;ood I hey would make mighty poor mis sionaries to a semi-hostile, feier-liiiunted neat in uisin. lie nre nil prone lo no- laud the coungcous fellow who inarches away to unknown dnngcts in uikiiown lauds, hut we don't consider , hat the lover of his kind who practices in homely sccrecv the teachings of bis Lord is doing nsgrrttn work mid one f equal value. It is folly to throw i way your life mid all the ossibtbiliiics Intuit in you in an hour of rash cut liu- ,in"1 ' "d African missionary who "I"'1'" f"r nimsinutic dark conti "l'"t "is work in experience and on 0'vn n ousihiliiy is taking u very 'oobsh nnd unnecessary ink reoplc who are thinking of leaving this municipality soon will act u wise i lit t by engaging their berths in the ,lwl''K can several days abend. The l.sl lit u'nt ' t,,c KI'tiiI exodus of class ol lieullli-scekeis is nt hand, mid it's just as well to sleep while you're nn your wnv home on some sort of a couch even if it isn't perfection A DANCE AT HOT SPRINGS Fourteen conolea Trip tba l.lRhl Faniaaile To. Hot Springs. Anril 11 Fditnr Citiien: On Thursd iiv eveuinip nny person who chanced to fook into the ball room would hnve seen some twcntv-fivr or thirty littl children u-),r i . : ' : seemed to n Having n merry time glid ing over ine smoomnoor to tne music of the Mountain I'm k orchestra, tin. like their elders they did not tire, and the example thev set uroved coningious, for soon some twelve or lourieen rounles were merrily irippmg inrougn ine goon oni nnni-e Known ns bir Kogcr dc Cov etlv or Virginia Reel, Among those who participated were tne iiniowing: Misses Natalie lewett. Cnrroll Jewctt, Jummie Bnmson, M ildred inn .... i;... l....i.ii t? u .!, , iiunii, nuini-iivii, riniiiT-a niimn. ,1. Gilliam Barr. Miss Miller. Miss Than. M. Ormstrn, Miss Miller, Miss Welling, ton' MnM CnrH-nter, Plorence CnrKii. ter. Miss Hnkeri Master Geo. Brisbane. ter Miller. Master Deiering, Mas er .. . .. ..... ..Si "'." mason, Aiasier narry mil, Master Urm- I A petition is beingiirculiitecl tor money to erect n monument over llie North C'jro linn Cotifalcrntc ilcnil who lire buried in the cemetery lit I-Ycelcricksliurj;, Vn. Those wisliinj! to kIii will find lists nt the Western ' North Ciinilinn nnil Nn- tionnl It.uiks, Hutlcty I'.irk lintel, K.'iv 1 8r ,) Smith's drug' store nnd the Oil- K.N office. Mvlt oroloulcal It c port For the 2i hours ending nt 0 p. m., April 10, IS'j'.i: I'. S, SII1NAI. SKHVICK STlTlns. Winyiilt S.-iiiiliininn. AhIu'viIIl'. N. C I LAT. .tft.an S. 1-iiMI. K'J '.'11 V. IU.K J.'I.'IPT fi:i n k.i ' rRli' " 7 II 111 L' n 111 Ut. ml l.-iv Mm i I ll i ' V Minn sh o i 4fl a :! o i fi-i- n i a7.J i o :ta M-'I.a 1 1 ii iH AniHl V." ' " 7 n in n hi I U p in i Pallv li-nn .. I SSI . I hi. .1. 40..-W Allsnl.l-Tli lir.MIIUTV. I In Ki'i'ti I'er i-iiliic nnil ol nir.) 7 n m I m p in i n p i't I iMiilv Mi-mi I leu I ii urn i I at rue i'Wi-c ii-n i i.iv 'i ha i.i i i-rri-k' l-'nin ami i Sn.ov iil.'or. Inr nit. - tem.'l mcltril siiuwl Ucp II I llinlv Mi-uil llli'tivrt in, hm HO on 0 I " I hiniim wish. J WltlTIIKK I ireetioll l:(ir, I- c;llrO Irt I III N i .1 ! Clrnr Dxnnt- of p,il,k-iiniiiunt. (HriYllt. TKMPKHATfBlt. April It. 7 . m .11 o 2 p. in. KAK1. von RPCK. M II.. 111,., .VIT. Iltislllt-HH NlllllTN, Hllvvr I'liilid Ware, Inrnuteis, spoons, lorks and knives. Siecial inducements are being olfe'i-il now. Koucis Hippie plated knives. J 1 7. per set. Forks to iii.Hcli at sunn pi ice. Iicscrt knives. $1 till ner set. A splemliil u-sortnu in of Keeil ,S; Hat ton's plated iv.ni', the bi st goods made, ar lUreil at lowest puces. I rockery, glass and cutlery, very large stock and always the lowest prices nt Law's, C7, O'J and lil South Main street. inporliiiil CliaiiKc of Nctiedule. Tiie schedule of the Asheville Slreel K'aiK. ay will be ehaugi d Monday, run- nun: cat s every twuitv mttiuies on nil linis; Cars pas-iug the sipi. ue eucli hoiu and twt ntv mid lort v iiiiutiies nltir tin hour. Tin-re will be but one minute stm t each terminus. The company is nri- pari d to h.itiitle all the bat-gage lni-i uess iiicouiing mid initgniiiL:. Uiiltr- may be li lt at the ulli, c or by telephone. Prompt attention given all orders. "lliiine,Sweri II e." Why pay rent when you can pay lor your own home with less than' tin 'imuthly rental. You cuii d i so beiiivest- 1111; in the .New South .National Itiulil and Loan Association, 11 good invest mint to tin- rich nml Kiorahlie with Its- Inlal exK-nse than any other like otg.-mi iilion belore the ptiblio. Por lurlhei paiticulars sic or write the agent, 11. L 1 ixley, A-hevitlc. Tlic Mountain fork llolrl. Hot HprlnuM, i. c Is firsielass in every parlicular. will the In-st table in the Soutli. I'nre and .ibuii lanl walerand puled sanitary ar-raugetn.-nts. The scenery is Ix autil'iil. ehniair miii-li milder than Asheville. tln-re Uing Irirslt wimls nnd no, Inn 1,, innate weal. throats ami lungs. The baths in marble iniols are the tin est 111 llie world ami the tiienn.il waters are an unexcelled sKVitic lor t In unialisiii. gout, sciatica, nervous exhaustion ami .ill diseases ol m, 111 .,11, 1 bhiod. Kxci llent phtsiei, ins reside nt the ho tel. Trains leave .shei ille for Hot Springs I . ..,! Illitl I p. hxcu--.ion tickets. tnebiiluiLf one dav' lioanl at Mountaia P uk liotel. $'.."iii. For rales etc . ldies l''- W. fi lioui.iTTi.i:. A t'urtl. Wills Urns . .11. hite.ts. having npeued an orlicc in Asln villi- ..r tin- piaetice ol their prulession. would call the alien- lion ol parlies about to bin d to the laet that they have had a varied exurience 111 eastern l ines anil noruan ami nre pre pared to ile-i. a in llie most luuilirii styles a l kinds ol builihiiL'Soii the IksI ami most nppnivrl snentilic pruiciph. Having In en well idiiealed in llie mac lical construction nt linihliiias and niter- wards having a thorough iirolesional training 111 the artistic anil seieulilie braiiiln s I lie v cm contiilentlv nlaee themselves Ih-ioic tile public as llie iiuals of nnv in the Sou-li. Wills llros. ntl be pleased to see nnv nneiiilcuilinglobiiilil.nl their oifu-e or cotrispotul with tin m. nnd to show sketches mid im-iiic ivis of work done elsewhere by Hum anil toconsull iiImiuI buildings in con'empl iiion, Wills llaos, Architects, Asheville, N. C.. mn! Kiiowiile. Tenn. Office in llnrnaiil building.!' (. Bx OS I. The CliilUrc-n'H l.i-aitue. The Ministering Cbihlreu's League will give nn cntirtaitt.iient nt Batterv Pin k Saturday, Ami il IS, nt 3 30 n m. ' The children w ill lie assisted be i, inf ill dies mid gi tollmen, with music ami a recitation. There will be some seems bv the children themselves, ami niter 1I1V performance relrelimenis can lie had. llie nil'llllH-is ol The l-eacoii-in ml, Hi,,,,, lo their oilier iic ,.iil clnntv h.-nr mi drrtnken 11m-cue of t wo elitldn 11 ill the Cluldien's Home, mid the nlucct of the entertainment is to increase the relief fund. All interested in the work of the little folks are cordially invited to comi, aud aid tin in in llmr 'good dirds. Ad niiltnnce, 2j cents. One Hollar steward. We eilfer ONI; HOLLAR irwnrd to nm line who will show us n sack of imhiV KliI.LI-.K KING or F.I.IX'TKIC LIGHT I-I.i il K Iroiu our nulls, liny Ashevdli Milling Company's Flour and vou un sure III glillllg till- UU9I, Paint I nliilT The Averill Paint is the lust. Out wears all others. Ilenutilul mid ecoiioiiiienl. In gnier.il use '!,r years. Guaranteed. Sam ple card Ircr. I'lTii'.vTHtCK Hieos, Si Roiinimost, Asheville, Home Maiiuracloriea, Supiiort Home Mnniiliictories by buy- mg their goods, The-re is no better Flour nuide lor the price than hlcctrie LiL'ht Hour. Ask your grocer for it unil tnkr no oilier. The Heat on l-airih. What nre you iinvtng for your FLOl.'R? ine Asiievme ftliinng Lii.'i KOLLI'.R KING FLOOR, the best em earth can I nnd at most any grocer s at SO per barrel fcrTConlniclnrs and builders rend no. me, iii iiK inr Mile. 0 New Ad vertlseiiiciits To-Dny. riRHT PAIiK. rt-lliau A Co. Dissolution Notice. FOl'HTII PACK, l.nsT Thl einlre. JO MAKTIN-Kslr of Rent Rmir. kichmonii I'san-iin -Mn, k lor ante. C H Conrss piiuniirr's r-tnrh f,,r Snle Pna lrsT ini-nrr 'hfrr nml film si yANTBD TO I'UKCHAelU, A frrah Mllrh Cniv. trrw nnl.m 1 1 ""it liyniuutb lloik anil Lnthnrn tn.i. Apply to C. L I INlKB, apriodst Ttx V.lwsai, AabtrUJ. MrSCULLsMEOeS. I SPECIAL BARGAINS Pl'RINO Till! 3IONTII OF MARCH 1 13-piec IHuner tt, new rircnrntlnns, 11110. fni plece Tea Sets, $3 Ufi. in-piecc Toilet He is, $3 M nnil t . Ilrnn-n Ilranihlr liiunrr Wnrr nt livo-thinls price. Por instumv: 1111 $1H tiliuirr s-t fir $13. FINE TOILET SETS AT COST TO CI.OSK OUT, All Sllvir rioted ll.illow Wmii-hI 25 Icr Cent Discount. 1 will ilu-ilt.iite nil Mils of Nortlirrn leousri' tor Croi-kery, Olnss nml Cutlery- J. II. LAW, 57. 59 & 61 H. Main St. ASIIHVII.I.n, n. c. NOIIUMHUG ! $20,000 Stock OF CLOTHING, HATS ANO GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS Hlil Mi Til III! SuLll IN Til li Next Sixty Dum ! TO Clou Out the Retail lluMiivsiH. All tbl atix-k et Omxta will heaolilat Slaujjhtcrinjf Prices I S. ISKAFMAX, No. io ration Ar. FOKSALE! TIIK ASHI-VILI-IJ SULPHUR SPRINGS iioti:l. IuuuiIImk I'nrnlliirc nnil Flmurrt. With from .'ill li, "no acres of limit. Tentis i nsv. Apply to K. ti. CARRIUH. lllirR illm CONCERT AND CHARADES. Buttery Park Hotel, Maturdny, April I a. At N.46 p. en. promptly, lin es tms GUtSTS OF TIIK HOTEL. UB TIIR BKKSriT or TleS Mission Hospital. JA.MKS FRANK, eiSALSk M FAMILY GHOCERIES AND PROVISIONS Aarnt for Heron Crrtk Woolrn Mill. North Mala Ashrvllk. N C frhlihllv jiJALB OP RISAL ESTATB. I a-l 1 nffcr for .ile ae th eourl Iimiw a.m. 1-1 in - etiv 01 Ainrvtnr. n ej . on Katuirliiv. thr ad -avof Hiti, 1 aim, at l'J m.. thr rui. iiiiiina nesi-iliitil ir,iM-rtvl A lot ut ian I, nlth th improvrmrnt-three nn. n in nr ir tne u il nenlil ,,l IV. JM 1 e H Co ndii-inieltf the mniU 01 t;ir,lwti,l a, til... Ilnu' ohl lonn In lot, lireliiiiinii at aslnkr un tin r'it si ir 111 ihr railrund ten. k, thr , cum r 111 .am touinirv 1111 anil r.,n. tvlth mm line is .ill a gerrs n inn li-ri III a St ikrj iiirii- e i a.i ,irer. .n niinut- h ir.o 1, rt i n takri th, nee H Itiuln-tr u rti urrr. W 1" rrtloaalnk HHi-im N J1 iiiKmi 4R min utes n 1 to irrt 1.1 thr Ih uinnl, g inntalnlnet n.. h , .,,,,, , nn acre inure or 11 s. This l"t nnia ns a Hm.d Ir.imr Imllrllni with liriek linsriu. nt. I r m. and a ynu,i m m wnirr. ri - uaieu near inc line ui w N C. R. K and Ihr il K tlraliNtn Aitlun lm- tor. oid niliir liictnrlra nrar Ihr new ilrnnl it could lie ma,le valuubl. a. a boardlna 01 tincim nt hnu I eni.a one -third cash, balance In one anil two years. J. O, MAKTI.V aprtl Otds FOR SALE. Tools and stork for a I'lumblns and Tin nlng busln.M, Roqulrc of C. . COOPI!., M-iM-mrnt No, 3a Patloa Avenue, aprtl niw IJKICK FOR II A LB. t hare a Vila of annul l(i nMhn,-b I.... nnd well liurnl, whleh I Kill Ml nt l.urlln .,n mr r.iiu inr ruin 111 1 j o'clock next Mon 1I11V Alirll A Thr kiln I. In.i ru.i ni li.-. drrsnn'a 10 scco lartory on Ksiilr strrrt. uiit,u4t an. 11 mii.-su I'ltAKnilN. V osr. A .mall fl it Plif .Lin I'uru 10 bill. I'lmlrr Hill IK rtHSrrl il hv Iravlua- I HINUFr'lt.U. jfOK HUNT. Two ftirniahnl room., elrr mlnutra' walk of Apply ut Uu-t corner Cherry and H'lot Ma. -iih'ii aiiuiin. r.r n ,u.f. tinar, ,.,. .., HIVATB DOAHD. Ilarlna rrnlrd eha tia..,eAn tf ...... Jer atnrt. I will oin thr tame Atirtl'l. aa a tMiardlna houM. Kew lurallurr thrnuahirai. p"w" i.e. v Alleu, ASHhYILLli JELLICO COAL, t AM. HClAlla I For rate, - $5.00 For Stoves, - $4.50 WEST ANTHRACITE COAL For "it le ut WholcHiiie utnl Kt-tail by ASIIKVII.U; COAL COMPANY, Telephone 36. Cxi-litslvi- Alien ts t linnu-stie nml Stenin I tor Western North Caroline. II. T. COLLINS, President. ASHEVILLE J1E COMPANY, I'nn- Iff niiuli I'ntton AYoiiut'. "JUST ON THE THRESHOLD1' OK A II1U BOOM, STANDS THI! CITV OP ABHEY1U.fi, Now is the Time to Buy Real Estate. Vou nmy think pi lr ntv hliht hut they ore hound to no hLghrr, m put tijricsMc tit. uniply it mitfintintril. Aithi'vllli' ! ttic iH-m known, thr motit tu-antlfut, the mutt healthful tind thr mont iwogrvi. Ivr city in tht Rtute. You cannot invet your cnpltHl to bvttrr stdvontiiK thu rinbt hew in thm uurtlru tpnt of the mnuntninn. Some vhtilci' tarK"'ii in city lutu uml autitirhnn proptrtle enn be had by calling at or JENKS & JENKSs Real - Kstate - nnd - Insurance, Roomie 9 ft 10, MrAftK Block., a8 I'd I ton Ave., Aabcvlllc.N. C. LI. WIS MAHHI X. IT.. L. 1'. .MiLOfli, Vli-c-l'rra tllKBCTiiN:-lls Mini, lu. M l llrnnlrn, II. KckI. ii.. ',. ell. C. -E WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, - Ilrminllnl May 1st, 1HHS. C A PITA L. 8o(),()()0. SUR PLUS,S15,000 State, County multeity IDepoaitorjr. iKK-a h linurnl limiklni; Hikiiicimi. Him,u rceelvrd Kiehansr tKHujht aaa seM. Col Wi-tiomi nuiilr on ull ni-eissllilr (MilntH. Thr snvlnv Feature will reedvr special atttntioa. tin all sums in this .kiiiirimrtit. arpusltnl tor tour nmnteis or longer, eatereat at the rata of prrct-nt, per annum will Ik- pulil. Kin-lieu ntleiituin xivrn lo loans nn real soimhlr termi. HtH-n Iroin M a en. to 3 i. ra un KHtunlavs thr Marias: Department will bcopraun p a jinildly SKYLAND SPRINGS Only 8 itlileH from AiilietiUe on llie A. & 8. Railroad antl IIciielcrHoiivllle Hike. Thr griiieeM iiiiiiiIht nml vnrirey of mineral 48 Springs on Less Than 40 Acres, I'tinlvtiriili-, Iron, autrhur. rp.ntn, nlnm. anil mntmiiila. Srrral rrry An ramMaatlon tliHI arr us.il mi rutins n -lli li,in. Ilvi-r anil kl.lnrv trmihlr. chronic itvaralrrr, ehronledr. p. l'n nml ih.,,nl, ml.k hi-niln.-h.-. lis. rime nivnili ilnrlniH-il l ihr rTatrst loawwalrr ,-v r i.moil. Mni un- Imyin,; I, it. i hmlil rin-rt -ttititc ii.ar th 8 rinies Lois air aotd nt noniinnl pri e lu ailv, rti th plurr nml the niincul water. H oard can be hail at $20 to sjo rcr Mem h, or $i Per Day. Helen-tiers. lillin,,niiil. . te . rnp Ih hil l- vril nu lo the nnniri or heteer jet. aaiw l- l n-i il 11 iiiiiiiiI to inme ami tr, tin murr lloul iuiprovrmrnt. still be enartr arit sioniiii r. 1m, in-I, , vi- ln ill't- nt 0.", 11 m uml r, .... ..,.,,, ,,,,,,,. .inr hlil I il-lin OAKS HOTEL, t I'S' III' TIIK I" I N li S T I I 1 rl . 1. t? . .-,. IS TIIK Util'TII. Ifi' tltrrrt Cars pas the liour 1 very 1A miniitrs. F01 trrtnn GREEN WELL & ITARGAN. PROPRS. ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY, 217 liny wood Street. All WATKR TllOROl'VIILV FIXTURE!) ou tltc Preinlaesv. Twenty (Ivr yiara nf prnnl.nl riirrlrnce, cumWned with rsBMNAt, aeeaatioa all 4a tail. 11I the bu-lnr-a nnd (rcrfeet arraniermrnu for cls.nunsm aad roam of ail gaeda manufneliircil. rnntilr the ptopHriur In preaml to his numeroaa patma. a aaprrloe rlaaa at Carlionatrrl llri-rrnici a. Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphons. Dinner Air and all thr vnrtou. flnvora of "eiPA WATHR rtady far iklpaml aad OUrrrtd free in City llmita. Out of town onlrra mu.l havt ssarosMats rrtrrme. C M. CAMPBR1X. ASHEVILLE WOOD COMPANY. ALL KINDS OF WOOD AND KINDLING. ESTABLISHED 1888. OFFICE WITH YARD. 26 NORTH COURT SQUARE, NEXT TO ICCTTI LUMBER YARD. I-:iectrlc Cars Pana Office Door. A. II. & C. E. LYMAN, Owners. Ian1 ft d3tn un PLUMBING, STEAM AND GAS FITTING, TIN AND SLATE ROOFING, ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORM. ' riaim and Kiiccincatloiif We hnr Ihorounh mrrhanlea In each line hualnraa Wc can .alclr u a ran err our uatroa. RALLARII. RICH & ROYCE. H-1.1 Itd1 THE "BONANZA," THU I.F.ADINO ' WINE .. AND .. LIQUOR . STORE IN THK STATE. FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM. J. A. MANQCAaaDT, M'Hr. I NO. 43 S. MAIN ST., ASKEVlUX R. C AllVlCkriSKMUXTS. E. K.EAGAN, 8rvmr, from Distilled Water. Office: No. 30 I- B. RANKIN. CeuhMr. M l Pskk.J. B. Rnnkln. I B. Rety.J. B. Mm) M Mrl.uuil. tat. which will lit placed Ibr loaf time oa nal apiinii to he found to the uata. turn nt 7 p. 1 fare 23 rent.. OTIS A. MILLER, . Sky land P.O., N.C ASHliYlLLK, N. C. mlilteM 9 FurnlHlicd on Application who hart had man yvani' ssprrtraas hi tlwn aaeJaTartloa la aw .! a k ." ;V.v . Sjj J WALK rROM COURT e)l 1A&S3 SERVICE