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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: WEDNESDAY EVENING, APEIL 1(3, 1890.
r Iff" fit I 5 a?' it Ki 5.' i) ft 1 i! pi 1 Hi I: fli 1:1 THE DAILY CITIZEN. H. D. CHILD, Business Manager. Tub Daily Citizkn will be published every afternoon (except Sunday) at the fallowing ratea .trtctlT Hit; One Year SB.OO Six Month. 3.00 Three Month. 1.B0 One Month (10 One Week IS Our carrier, will deliver the naoer everv afternoon in every part of the city to our ub scribcr., and partle. wanting It will pleaec call at the Citizkn Office. AnvsaTitoio Kathh Reasonable, and made known on application at thi. office. All tranuent advertlKmcnu nut be paid in ad vance. The Citiibn i. the mot cxtenalvely circu lated and widely read ncw.paper in VYctttcrn North Carolina. It. diacuBainn of ntihlip mn anil miniiini I. in tne interest or MEETS WITH FAVOR. THELATEST FROMTHE PRO POSED MARKET HOUSE. Alderman Miller Patron, ttic Ac ceptance of Nr. learHon'H Offer J. H. Powell In Opposed to Hand rreneii t a Home Fuels) to t'pliold HIh Hide. Mr. Richmond Pearson's latest oiler to Public intcuritv. hoilCHt I irivt tin- luml mul litiibt tlu nrotiiitu'il new government, and proHiicrou. industry, ami it ... . . .... .. know, no pcnunal allcgioucein treating pub-1 market house if the city will j;ivc him n "8,m'en eopie. of any edition will be cnt llml "l t,,e ircsent jail pr.iierty is meet- ,rrJ? to.anv oat. "ending their ndilre... I iiii; with it ureal ileal more lavor than neaoing nonce, ten cent. ier line. umtu-I ' . , , , ary, marriaKc and aocictv notice, Ilt'ty cent, was his other, to give $10,000 anil the vai-n inui cacvcuing tea uuea; or nuy ccuin GOSSIP OF THE DAY. per inch. WEDNESDAY. APRIL Id, lsili). THE UA1I.V CITIZKN I. on nle at the following place, in Anhcvillc: CITIZKN OFFICK, HATTBKY PARK NHW8 STAND, OLKN ROCK NUWS STAND. MOIlbX Clt'.AK STDKIi, I'uttiin Ave. J. CARSON'S NUWS STOKIi, Nurlh Court 84uure. - - 1 PERTINENT AND PERSONAL. , is nips- . is re- Nevn About AMttevllllaiiH and ol MtrauicerM Wltlilrt our UateH. M. Ncvin, of Itrooklyn, is at the Swim nanoa. J. A. Maillaux represents HiicIkc at the Ulen Kock. John Iloen represents llallimore at the Hnttcry I'nrk. C.J. I'riile jr., of Greenville, S. C, is in the city to-ilay. Ceo, II. Thomlinson, of Charleston, is at the Glen Rock, L. Tread way, of Rochester, is registered at the Swamianoa. P.J. Hvdc represents Richmond, Va., ut the Swannanou. There were ninety arrivals at the prill cipal hotels yesterdav. W. S. Harris, of New York city, is reg istered at the Swamianoa. J. A. Smith, ol Taeoma, W. T. tcred at the Grand Central. C. II. Ileale, of Montgomery, Ala., is registered ut the Glen Rock. J. R. Thomas, of Whittier, X. C istered at the Grand Central. II. D. Kellogg is registered at tin Swamianoa from Philadelphia. Mr. and Mrs. Stoilier and children, o: New York, arc at the Swamianoa. P. V. Tonilinson, of Wilmington, IMc ware, is registered at the Battery Park. Mr. and Mrs. Henry T. W'oodriitf, ol New York city, are at the Hnttcry Park. V. J. Ashlield anil Paul E. Lamarehe. of Brooklyn, X. Y., are at the llaller Park. Roliert S. Walker ami Master Tied Walker, of Xew York, are at the Mattery Park. M. Benjamin ami P. Lawrence are reg istered ut the Grand Central from Kala mazoo. Mrs. S. II. Bradlcv and Miss Bradley, of Waukesha, Wis., are quartered at tin Ilatterv Park. Mrs. T. P. Gihlions and Miss M. M. Whitney, of Xew Haven, Conn., are at the Swnnnanoa. Mr. Jas. West has Ucn appointed standard kcccr liir lluncomoc counn for the next two years. The plans of Mr. Geo. Heck's house in West Asheville have lieen changed anil there will lie nothing hut stone work on the outside. Miss SK.nec, Miss Weir and Misses Edith and Alice Slicpnrd compose a party of young ladies from Xew York at the Ilattcry Park. Tillman R. Gaii'cs, for some time asso- protcrty towards it. A great many co pic who would not hear to the former, heartily endorse the latter. City Clerk Miller did not like the first oiler but favors the second, "The city's finances are not in the lies! condiiion," he said, "ami if the entire ex pense is taken on" of our hands, I do not see why it would not lie a good idea to accept the proposition. The only objec tion I can sec to it is that it would Ik too far distant for the lire department. If we could find some more centrally located place w here we could keep the engines I do not sec why it would not lc the best thing we could do to accept Mr. Pearson's proposition." Mr. Miller is one of the most conserva tive members of the Board of Aldermen und does not give his opinions until alter he has considered all sides of the question. Yet there are a number who hold as lie fore that the procrty is too far from tin center ol tne city lor a market House am city olliccs, and prominent among these latter is G. S. Powell, president of tin Board of Trade. "I think Mr. Pearson is making a gooi olTcr lor the pronrly," he said, "lie i offering more than it is worth, but 1 d not think it would lie advisable for tin citv to locate the market house in thai part of the town. In the first place tin city is gron ing in the exact opposite di rection and even now it woul I lie too ni from the business Hirtion. What wi want is a market houseccntrallv located. with a pi; ue for the citv olliccs and lire department. While I think the city would make a good bargain in selling the present jail proiiertv for the amount Mr. Pearson oilers I do not think that the K'oplc would le satisfied w ith a mar ket house located on the priicrly where it is proposed to build, nor thai t lit growth of the city will prove it to In' a wise move." At any rate the Board of AMinni't have thirty days in which to consider I hi matter and with the picsent existing dil lcrencts of opinion it would U- diliieult to say just what would please a maiorityol the taxpayers ol the city. AN OFFICE OPENED. Business nt the railroad station ap pears to be rushing at about this time, anil the amount of traffic is pretty large. Yesterday was no exception to the rule, and pretty fair-sized crowds left Ashe ville for their homes in the North, It is about time for the exodus to begin, any way ; but the deserters' places are to a certain degree filled by the peopic who arc coming up from the warmer resorts in Florida und Georgia, ami it will soon lie time for the regular Southern inrush to begin, Thus will the happy balance he maintained. 1 he New York Sun wants to know whether reporters should lie gentlemen and prints nn editorial asking the ipies tion and then answering it in the nth nil ntive. The Sun is touching upon a topic that not only interests the reading pub lic, but also a large and constantly grow iug and important class of workers the reporters themselves. There is a class of newspaiers, widely read and of n certain unique importance, which finds it profit able to delve into certain "bidden lays' teries" which are just us well left undis turbed or, at worst, touched but lightly Knew It Wm Good to Kut. A visitor to the city drove over to Sul phur Springs yesterday and when he re turned win telling of his drive to a friend. "I tell you the scenery out there is magnificent," lie savd, "particularl, along the banks of Tapioca creek." "What," asked the gentleman in sur pnse, "Tapioca creek. I never heard oi that place. You must lie mistaken." No I am not," responded the visitor "The driver told us it was Tapioca eree or Macaroni creek or something liki that." "Oh! you mean Iloiniuy creek," re plied the Ashevilliau as a sudden light broke upon him. "Well I knew it was sometbiiigtocat,' said the visitor quietly. Over lino Knitted. The subscription list for the.Xortli Car olina Confederate dead who are buried at Fredericksburg, Ya has passed the $100 mark. The list to-dav shows the following subscribers : J. H. Carter $ 1.01) A. Knukin Hi W. (1. Corpcniug 1.00 lcvis Maddux 1.00 J. A. Wagner 1.00 nr. I. L, II. ustiee oil Col. Prank Coxe Kli.tin ... K7 and then only in the exercise of a news piqier's function as a public dcscrilier ol Previously acknowledged, current events, or as a collector and uu-l .i,.,.-;.,.!;, L..,r: i ..r Total tentimes valuable comment. These im- lieallhful and sensational matters are, Market.) by Wire. ,.$ii7.; KlIU'VoUU. Anrll 111 Vh. f. .11. to.!.. .. It II... Ni'niiiii mc principal siock ill irane Ol rime ui icihiiiik iiiiurcB lo-iuiy : And Hie M. . c. A. Ih l alrly Dunn to IIuhIucnh, The North Carolina Society for tin Prevention of Crucltv to Animals has ohiiciI an oilicc at .No. 1, McAiee block, on I'ation avenue, and Secretary Jaeol will lie there each day lictwcen the lion of 11 and 11' to transact such business, may conic In-fore him. The society li sinricn on on a solum iiiiauci.il lias and all it needs to make it a success the eo-oicratioii of the active members and citiens generally. .irs. weiii, oi noston, wlio n.is taken so prominent a part in helping to organ ic H, left tiwlay for her home, but m liefore she hail liauilcdMr. Jacobs a lis ol incuiUrs she had scented at Hatter Park and a neat sum that had Urn tribuled by the guests of the hotel. The names fxured bv Mrs. Weld the reckless and careless news-sheets, and their reporters are necessarily used to ol- taiu for these paicrs the unusual and il'leii objectionable stulf, frequently sc ared by disreputable methods, which these sheets and their numerous desire. A reporter who is sent out upon an er rand of news-gathering by the city editor ol one ol this class of :iiers has no re strictions placed upon him. (liiite the contrary. His mission is to get the story which the city editor wants; never mind how, only get it. Pail me is not to Ik; thought of il the rcHirtcr values his job. The ncwspajier man is the only be ing upon this earth who is never siii- posetl to tail, under any circumstances; and with the flash style of journals fail ure is the only crime for which a rcjiortcr is to lie held responsible. So long as the Wiikat No. il. May hi uc Jul" AU-Xtlst ClIK.N .Nil. t!. May .1 title Highest, l.owc.t. CliiHinj n:u mi, n:i' na liu vj lu-t; no mi;, nt hhiv, un 111, .-1I, 411 11 :!!: .Mill. 4II;I4 4IIIN 4IH; .'III H'.ltj .'111 am, am, am. fl Til II ll'.l ll 77 n 4 II M li s I. II.Nll ll.-U II.Nll hats No. 2. Mnv June i.ahii r' loo. May tine July S'KW YokK. April 111. Cotttiti futtircB t,. day ran.'"! a Ii'IIi'Wn: lliKlit'st. I.OWl'Mt. Clfisitiu. ... II 7S II 71 11 71 ... ll.TM U T 11.74 ... 11.77 It. 74 11.71- ... 11.711 11.7.-1 It. 7.1 ... 11 7.1 II 7o n 7 ... 11.14 11.117 Ilia April Mav June July August ScptrmlHT, till. M.I Hi!.-!. Nat, HuHlneMN Notices). Hllver IMaled Ware. In canters, spoons, forks mid knivea. special inducements arc being olfeietl now. KiiL'ers tnoiilH nlt,t...l L,,;..., .,,.....,.. ,,, iii-r wnien employed ?i. i.i cr set. l-orksto match ut same him was enabled to "Ileal" its content- price. I K-sert knives, $t.C.O tier set. A u..i.....i:.i ...,.,.... ..ii i J. .. . . . I Minifies with a lively story over which I onriou s .-...Mi.. i i .. ... , , ,. i"""" " mc ocsi gooos mane, are ' " '" '"""" ""'K.iacK-iyie,i scare KTeil ,lt liwi,t . Crockery, class lieail, the reporter's methods of getting and cutlery, very large stock mid alwavs ins "scoop" were not critically inquired '"west Prices at Law s, 57, ."'.l und into. Tlieendjustilieil the means, und 01 S""t'1 "" i"Xt- everyining went. Tne nouniiiln Park Hotel, Hoi HprliiktH, M. C, Is lirslclass in every imrtieiilar. will. the lust table in the South. Pur mul abundant water und Krkvt sanitary ar rangements. The sevnerv is beautiful, rliin.-it nm.-l. milder than Asheville, there being mil ii.in.il wiiiii. aim noiiusi toirntate weak throats nml Iiiiiith. i lie hullis in marble imioIs are t fin. est ill the world and the thermal waters are an unexcelled siiccilic lor rheumatism. gout, sciatica, nervous fvli.nisii,,,, ,l all inseases ol skin and blood. Excellent physicians reside nt tin- h. tel. MISCBLLANEOVS. CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE, CUTLERY AND PLATED WARE, LAMPS OP ALL KINDS, FRENCH CHINA, CUT GLASS, SOLID SILYEK TABLEWARE AND NOVELTIES. APANESE, CHINESE, AND TI'RKISII GOODS IN GREAT VARIETY MY GOODS ARE BEST GRADES, AND PRICES 1 HE LOWEST ALWAYS. J. H. LAW, 57 59 & 6i Hi Main Ht. AKIIF.VIM.li, N. C. ASHEVILLE ADVERTISEMENTS. EJELLICO COAL, i AT RETAIL, i For Grate, For Stoves, BEST $5oo $4.50 ANTHRACITE COAL For .ale at Wholesale and Kctuil by ASHEVILLE COAL COMPANY, Telephone 36. Itzclu.ive Aircnl. (Donieatlc and Htcaml lor Western North Carolina. OPERA HALL, Tuesday, April 22. 8. :io O'CLOCK. BATTERY PARK MUSIC HALL, Wednesday, April 23. II. T. COLLINS. President. ASHEVILLE ICE I'uie It t inmlo from DiHtilled Water. I'ntton Avonue. E. E.EAGAN, Secretary COMPANY. Office: No. 30 "JUST ON THE THRESHOLD" OF A BIG BOOM, STANDS THE CITV OF ASHUVILLIS. Now is the Time to Buy Real Estate. You may think prices are hiKhl Ilut they are bound to Ko higher, a. paat experience ha. amply demon. tratetl, Asheville I. the liot known, the mo.t beautiful, the mo.t healthful and thcmo.t proirrcw. Ivc city in thi. State. You cannot Invest your capital to better n.lvnutiorc than riKh! here iu thi. Harden spot of the mountain.. ,ll:;,,:c,,"k',;barK"lnlnt"y lots and suliurhon proKrtlc. can be hud by culling ut our JENKS & JENKS, Real - Estate - and - Insurance. Ruoiiiw 9 & 10, McAfee Block. a8 Patton Ave, Asheville. N, c. I.HWIH M.MIDfX, I'rr. luitKCTiws:-lwi. Maddux L. P. Mc 1.1) I' II, Vlce-Prc.. I. B. RANKIN. C.ahl.r. M I. ItoMrricn Xf I t t i. 8. H. Heed. lied. 8. Powell. cV' jCicLoud.'- ' "T'J' H..1 O'CLOCK. - w THE WORLD-FAMED VIOLINIST, CAROLINA BANK, Unionised May l.t, 1HHR. 0 V I D F H II S I N CAPITAL, 850,000. SURPLUS,S15,(K)0 " ' ' III U W I II State. Cnuiile'and-i'll. n.ul.-.. , g v - ,sv.BTVB.BBWBB And hi. own Company of 8iix r! Artist., r.eHners nave la-en obliged to mix mo all sorts of company, make all sorts ilipiccr and undesirable I'rien Iships, be come "spotters," private detectives, de coys, violators of eontidenees anything mil everything, so long as their employ ers round a large clientele waiting to pin- Itase the lug editions containing the iiv Icresting lakes worked up by the press- nen. 1'eople who think that the re Kirters were loud ol' this work I'all miles to a bottomless pool of error. There AXXIE LOI'ISE TANNER, I'rimn Donna Kopranu. CHARLOTTE NICOLAI. I'riiiin lionna Contritltu, Sig. CLE.MENTE BOI.oC.NA, llaritone. EDi iL'ARD SCIIARF. nolo I'ianiat. cinte editor of the Journal, has retired I as lollows: ami W. E. Clcgg will assume the duties of the Kisition. Mr. J. P. Kerr, of the Randolph-Kerr Printing company, left to-day for New York, and will Sicnd some time in the metropolis, combining business with pleasure. All who arc taking part in the King's Daughters' entertainment for Friday night are reipicstcd to attend the re hearsal ut 0 o'clock this evening in the Y. M. C. A. lecture hull. Time hangs heavy on the hands of Un load tobacco buyers nt present. At least two-thirds of Inst year's crop has been disposed of and the farmers are busy with their crops. The season has been a most successful one. The Iron bridge nt the old depot needs I painting badly mid has been in that con dition for some time. Appreciating this I fact the County Commissioners have let the contract for the job to Mr. L. Swicc good, who will do the work for $80. .Mrs. llcnrvj. Iliddle, L. P. Liimpnu Marie Theresa Lamarehe, Mrs. II, Merrell. W. II. Welch, C. P. Kuisell. Mrs W. D. Iloiigbieling, J. L. H.iuglitchng Wnync MacVeagh. J. II. KerinH.li, Mrs. E. Cramer, Miss Roet, .Mi.. Smith A. K. I.allin, W. F. Brown. Miss Piddle Arthur Wynian, Mrs. C. Cnry, Miss Molt, P. M. II. Young, Col. Frank Coxe Mrs. John Child. Geo. F. Smith, Mrs. W II. Maccy. Dr. . II. Williams, Miss Em ily L. Hansen, Mi. Ada Smith, Mrs A . K. Champlin, W. F. Weld. The society has started under most auspicious circumstances. The field is certainly n broad one und it now remains to lx- seen il it will prove n success. he lweaYhevIlle. i-runiinem Mew Yorker Who Will lluy Properly Here, Wm. Halls, jr., and wife, of New York city, are at the Hnttcry Park. Mr. Hall: is assistant cushicr of the llnuover Na tional bank of the metropolis. Thein.ti, Mr. Ilonghtcling, the founder of the tution is one of the most nourishing B.lu.'a l.w..l.M-l... ...Ill .l.t! II l. !- .1 ..!. I . OH nwi" iwmi., nwwii, mil ucilVCr I IJI1IIH. in VI1C City, llllfl IIIIS U CnpllUlOf on nauress on tne suniect 01 -1 lie Work I J.iOU.uiM). lie entered the bank seven of the Association Among Men" to-mor-1 teen years ago, when but 15 year, of nee row (Thursday ) night at 0 o'clock in the and has gradually worked his way up to lecture room of the Young Men's Chris- his present position. Mr. Hulls is a snf- tinn Association. All interested in the ferer from a pulmonary complaint, nnd is work ore cordiully invited to be present, here to try the effect of this climate. II - . Z .. . hns traveled extensively in theSouth nnd An Appe-l for cio hlK. wth a of Several parties have kindly offered to fited. In conversation yesterday he Clonic a cniiti in tne v.iiuurcns iiutnc. I said : ll tneK parties will cull at tne Home at i nm wc pfnicd wilh Asheville, and as early a date as posjible and select a have never known a place where theef child and take the measures it will be a fret of the atmosphere on the lungs was great assistuncc. more immcdinte or more marked. I have So many more children having been en driving around the city and looking admitted to the Home than was antlcl- nt property with a view to investing " , . , . some money licre.ond erecting a home to M.un tinn. occupy during the winter months. 01 nei-scii seriously em.inrrus.cu.. c()Urte my ,,,, w ()t t rerhii)S some Indies may have leisure ,t jt is very probable that I will buy to mnke. few garments nnd send them U,rt, although it is not ultogelher r- In. Anything to fit children from one tlli. i think Asheville is an excellent enrtonlnTeM of age will Ik most place for investments, und the scenery is acceptable. Mother finding garments perfectly grand " outgrown by their own little folks will Mr. ,,, wi,' vrom,y iK,Md Kvai confer favor by tending to the Home, day here. The committee in cbaree have found ao ' ' many matters pressing on their ntten- The DiittKhter. entertainment tion at first, that they will be most for PMa nl"ht promlsei much that is grateful for little practical help in this .mu"imRnd.w .V1 B" iwnvlde u-. I tnemseives wun iic-Rcts, as advertised in may have lat-n, here and there, nreHrter Trains leave Asheville for Hot Springs "I tHk? W"ik-W"" rsUinick,;,,,!!: L Milered it smart, sharp, nnd its success- hoard ut Mountain Park hotel, Jl.fiO.' nil carrying out a tribute to Ii IS BJIt.JH-tl f tnil siiH-riiir acinncn; but ihe man who loved bis work, who realized its (aissi liilities and the dangers of its abuse, never cared to handle some of the ns ligiimenls that fell to him w hen he was in employe of one of the llush journals, ll lowered his sense of diguitv, of sell ivsK.vt nml decency, und worked an in jury to his manhood, licsiilc frequently Icgrading him in the public eye. The lietter class of reHirters ami they arc far and nway the more numerous class have Urn gelling out of tin sort of thing lis much a Missiblc. Like law yers and diKtors, ihey rcnlicd that some iv.rs a necessary winch was not pleasant or helpful to n man's self-sulis- laetion; but it had to be done. Ilut when nt least half their duties, nnd inayl more, U-gnn to fall into this line il stuff there wns occasion for protest Whether the Sun's nble editorial wns suggested by the complaints of the IMirlers themselves docs not npiiear; but ... i. ,i mil mm wun an emiorsc- mrnt Irom this laidy of workers thut will lw ipiitc ns sincere ns the endorse- nicnl if the great and general public. For once the nveruge man, at least in Asheville, was satisfied when the rain be- Win to rail yesterday. He remarked that the dust would now lie Inid, and was gleeful when he thought what on improvement thcte would lie in the con litiim of the roads for riding mid driving over. Afler n long dry spell it requires very little philosophy to convince a fc. low that the rain is at times a Ixtter thing for him than the sharp grit that cuts your face and fills your ryes and mouth when you take the street for a little exercise. For rutcs etc., Atlv. .'ddress V. ti. Dool.lTTLK. WAYNES VILLE NOTES. Waynksvii.i.k. Anril 14. lMnn. Editor Citixcn: In the ilrnth nf Ih- fl D. 8, Allen yesterday, at 3 o. m.. our community hns lost one of its oldest and most Highly rcscctcd citiiens. He was ixirn in ircdcll county, in this State.fifiv. eight years ago, and moved to this county nrxiut thirty-three years since Doctor Allen wns a uood citixcn. a kind anil generous nrnrteil man, and a very successful physician, In the death of Dr. Sam Love and Doctor Allen, the poor of this section hnve lost friends never likely to lie replneed, Doctor Allen and son hnd been m-miri. tors of the Ilnvwood White Sulphur oprnign tor two seasons, nut left the Springs Inst full and went to Washington Territory. His health fnilina out there he returned to nn mountain home. He will ic uuriert at Ikthcl church on Pigeon Thursday. Our court closed Saturday of the first week, and irnve ludire Conner a rhanwtn run down home to sec his fnmilv Mnrr going out further west. We were all much pleased with him. He it nble.cour trous, impartial, and while not quick after the mnnner of some hcdor.n trrrot deal of work. The outlook for Waynesville it good. UCCASIONAL. One Itollnr Reward. C offer OMi DOLLAR rewanl lo tint one wno will allow us n sin k ,,! i.,r full I.-U l-lv, ... .-,...-..... .. 11 ... . ' . '',l,"r I'l'I'V. 1 K IL l.llill T ""is irom our nulls, lluy Asheville Milling Company's I lour and vou un sure oi getting llie lll-.ST. Home MMiiufnctorleM. SupiKirt Home .Maiiiifactfiritu l.i- l.i... iug tlieirgoods. There is no belief Flour innuc ior tne prier than Electric Light Flour. Ask your uroccr lor it mul il uu oilier. Palm Paint I The Averill Paint i. ih.-l.-.i n,.iu...n un iiiit-ni. iKiiiuiiui nun economical. In general use 23 ycurs. (iiiurnntccd. Sam ple euro tree. FlTIPATRlCK llKOS. & Rlini-RTSON, Asheville. The tlenl on Ksrlh, What are you iinving for your FL0PR? The Asheville Milling Co.'t ROLI.FR KINO FLOUR, the last on earth enn be una at most nny gnnvr't for about inrec quarters oi us real value. I'MiKK Till! At'KI'ICKHOI' the y. r. c. a. '.ciicrx. AdiiiiMtloii, . .75 RcHvrvcd SeatH, tt.oo ASHKVILLU CEMENT, LIME ANO PLASTER DICPOT. c. i:. MOODY. rroprictor. uilice No. an Pnttun Avenue. Ti'trphnne No. 4il. tVun-hiiuM nciir I'reiKlit beiot. Iioe. a Ueneral llanklns Bu.incM. lieio.iu received. Bxchanae bonuht and lri. ..! lection, made on all nccolhle iolnU. The ftavinn Feature will receive .nedal attention. Un all .urn. In thi. department, depoaited for four mouth, or lonirer. Intent at ih, I of- ir cent, per annum will be paid. Special attention Riven to loan, on real date, which will be Dlaced for Ion. tlm . ,,i .onable terma. Open Irom 8 a. m. to a p. m. On Saturday, the Saving Department will be open till a p.m. Jnnldly SKYLAND SPRINGS Only 8 Miles from Anhcvllle on (be A. & 8. Railroad and Hendentoiivllle Pike. The greatest number and variety of mineral .prinir. to be found in the South. 48 Springs on Less Than 40 Acres. Chnlylieate, iron, .tilphur, epanm. alum, anil mnKneaia. Several very line combination. ad"chr.':iu.,'J.n.? '"''"n""1' A,vcr "s" k',,n" "'. ehnrc IT'.r ,? ", lh"m,e sick hrailuchc. One .prinn mvntly leveloieil i. the timttrVt tonic water ever fiiiind. Munv are Imvinn lot. to build rr..rt " i ...T" :T at nominal pri.r. to advertise the place anil the minerarwater. B.,.rd en I. h.fvT, $30 to Sjo Per Month, or Si Per Day. ln.".TJ!,iiJ,i,.,n!,;nl"," c,c" '"J1"'1 hr wrllinit to the owner; or lietter yet. anyone .umuw C ' 1 W",cr- ,imU hi'l'rovcnicnt. will be made next Trains leave A.hevllle at ll nfl a. in. and return at 7 p. m.-fnrc 38 cent.. For further iiilormniion write to i OTIS A. MILLER, fch" nm Skyland P. O., N. C. OAKS HOTEL, V. I, ASHKVILLK, N. C. WTA very pretty line of decorated and common flower pot cheap at llrown at l nrnsh's. No. rj Pulton avenue, op- have nwi.lt nrrnnKcmcnl. to keep and .hull .oon have u full .lock of the beat brand. of IMPORTEO ENGLISH AND GERMAN PORTLAND CEMENTS. LOUISVILLE AND ROSENDALE CEMENTS. CALCINED PLASTER. LIME IN BARRELS AND IN BULK. ROOFING, MATERIAL AND OTHER ARTICLES IN THESE LINES. My warehouse I. now hclnji built adjoining railroad track and my stock partly here and arriving, t'ntll mi own warrhouw I. fin i.heil I .hall occupy the Weh.ter warrhouw ONB OF TIIU FINEST HOTELS IN TUB aoUTIl. tttrrct Cans imui I he lionr every 15 mlnutrsi. I rl t- V'-rt I'lVU MINUTU8' .,waLA rnUMCOUHTSO. i SERVICE AND TABLK FI KBT-C L A rltt. For term. addreM GREEN WELL & IIARGAN.PROP'RS. ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY, M7 Ilayivood Street. All WATER THOROUGHLY FILTERED on the Premise. Mania Concert Company, Opera Hnll Tuesday. Anril ! Mattery I'nrk hotel WeilneiMlny, April S3. age by leaving order, at office and having property delivered direct from warehouK or by calling there for It. ARTIFICIAL STONB WORK made umc a. hvrrtiifore. New AdTertlaemeiita To-Day. FIKtvr PAOK. WILL. Ilsn.. Arehlteeui. POVRTH PAOK. PlIS R KUT Thi. (Ifflc Fos Mrnt III Clayton Rt. llA.ui.ii ImiiaLsiiAV Trustee's Male. PIR RUNT, Three dealrablc room., Aimly at 10 CLAYTON Ut. ?OR MKNT. inur nil- nnrMi.i,ui .... one "i"t Tina opi'icH. 'KLItTKU t SALB Twenty-llve yenr. of practical experience, combined with tsmminal attention to all de tail, of the huainc. and perfect arrangements for clsanlinkss and pumtv of all goods manufactured, enable the proprietor to prccnt to hi. numcrou. patron, a .uperlor cIoh of Panic. uln these articles can save one cart- Carbonated Beveragea, Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphons. Olnger Ale and all the vnrlnu. flavor, of KOIIA WATIiR ready for shipment and delivered tree In City limit.. Out of town ordcrniu.t have ki-okbibls reference. C. H. CAMPBELL. Yc-Getteup AXHFV F WOOH MMPbHY op vn I - -a. vwsm Willi fill I I pihui.1 ..ppairiair iva w .. a-w. ii.i Will Ik given In ye Court Houw on alith I day (wh Is Friday) y. eighteenth dny of yel fourth month, (wh I. Aprili la ye years of I Our Lord MUCCCXC at eight and one-hall br yc Tuwnc Clocks wh I. In ye .tee pie at ye Court Houm wh Is on ye Towns Square. Tickets mr ye admlnlos can be found, at I Oqulre Rayaor's and Deacon Cartnlchocl's, ye I physic .hops on y Main Road. ALL KINDS OF WOOD AND KINDLING. ESTABLISHED 1888. OFFICE WITH YARD, 26 NORTH COURT SQUARE, NEXT TO SCOTT! LUMBER YARD. Electric Car Past Office Door. A. II. & C. E. LYMAN. Owner-. JunlN dam rmnun 7 Ifefnalt hstvlnir hefi mmA It tUm a. Rtlpulntrd in mJrvn In tru.t rserutrd April OTICB. conM on pugvn l u t rq of Hook 1 il of I Bl.'nu J drtt1 of tr-t rtitt lo me Of HlinCOItltta rm.n w Mn-lh .-..l. " . I Drilllininnri atn.l II...- t. ' '..'.'?' hRDlrln. fa. ' .l """I I LLlrl . !V " ""TOmiROna, HIM PLUMBING, STEAM AND GAS FITTING, TIN AND SLATE ROOFING, .A i L.iii -.,! . :. . contain. I J" payment or in .urn of ed, I will sell at puh'lr auction at the court H," Handred and Aeventv.Revrn Dollar, houje door n the city of A.h.vllle, N. C., to nd Thlrty-Three CenU, bearing In terr.t it M the hlghe.tliiilderfnrea.hon the 17th day I percent, from .aid date, I will offer for tale of Mav. lNIHI. th. ,.M.ml H..t I ,J ' I I to thr hluhr.l l,l.l.l I... w J"' 'T , nerd In trust, via: n.alnnln. a at... i. .1.. ea.tern margin of Ka.t .tract at J. K, K.v'. "'Nitr, Bim running with .aid margin of Ka.t .trret north 18 west, .!.". two and one-h.ll fret in .1.1,. 1. .i.J era margin of Henry atrert 1 thrnc with the ..... .,.,H,n ui neney atreet north fl nt, .l.ty-eluht and two-third, feet U a lakei thence In a wiuthea.twartlly direction ty..l. feet to a .take In J. B. Ray', line 1 ll- -"- .. j wun Hiiiii j, 1,. I ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORU. Plans and Specification Fur.ilt.licd ou Application W. have thorough mechanics In each line who have had many years' cipcrlenc. la their n nie nnor in in. city or A.hevllle, on thr tilth dav of Xtav. 1NIM1 . -i- nareelof land. .ltu.t.oA v.hV. ...'VJ.L': .. ' city of A.hevllle, particularly dVinVl a-d In " c"n "re,v Ruarantee onr patrons satl.factloa la our work, a low figures .nfd deed of tru.t. rralaterrd lit Ik. u 1....." I Office In llook Rand on p gein, I naww a n . UAliLAMIJ, IClfAlt K IIOYCE. aprS d30d KDMUND U. NORVRI.L. Tru.tee. . Ray'. flrhlAdlT line Mven tv-nln. Met to the place of brgin- A ""-ANTIC COAST LINB S rj,.ai.ti'i",,r" 1-torv workatltip rfm noaia int. a two-ro.nn dwrlllna win, ..... I n. .... j... Z in Z . . mnowing ncheil ..... . - . . - - H m.n .mr. iiaur enc oaen naB.mM mm m . .-, . foundation for an unflnl.hed hnni5. HAKULU DOUULKDAV, w Ttuatet. snrld dt pHiVATU board. Mavlna- rpn Ir.! tUm Ii-ui.i . . .. . eg. .tract. I will open the .am. April 14 .i , m boanling nouM. clew furniture thronghout. ,w " I. C. UAIMD, ole. will be run over It. "Columbia IMVMoa.'i No. as lave. Columhla mn. . Arrive, at Ch.rlr.ton 9.81) h. m. "O. on Leave, charicaton 7.10 a. m Arnvc. at column a 11. fid a. m Cnnneetlna- with t..i. . J 1 . nnl.i... C. V.i.i" -.'."- ZT-.r? V. "" an l"' " Columbia A Onenvlll Railroad.. T U nutmanu n . . J. F. DBVINB. oiiTt.'pl"' THE "BONANZA," WINE .. AND LIQUOR , STORE . IN THE STATB. PINS SAMPLE AND BILLIARDtOOBI. 1 at 4 a a - - j. a. marqvabot. M'm'r. RU. U S. MAIN ST.. ISHFVII IF. I. C -------- - w w - w www s JtaltiwVMa"''''1 ij;.'a'Kw"w