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THE DAILY CITIZEN.
H. D. CHILD, Business Manager.
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MONDAY. APRIL 21, 1800.
THE DAILY CITIJeiJM
Is on sale at the following place In Ashcvllle:
CITIZEN OI- I'ICB.
11ATTBKV I'AKK NEWS STASH.
OLKN ROOK NliWS STA.N1.
MOIlKL CIliAR STOKH. 1'lllton Ave.
J. CAKSUN S NtiWS STUKli, Nurth Lolirl
PERTINENT AND PERSONAL,
Kewi About AHhevllllaiiH and ol
cMraiiiceris within Our ualvH.
A four inch water main is Ihhur laid on
Geo. HastitiKS represents Wisconsin al
tlic Hnttcry I'ark.
J, 1. Kagnn, of Richmond, is registered
at the Swannanoa.
D. Iliirwntil ami wile, of Atlanta, are
ut the Swannanoa.
I. H. rurrish, of Baltimore, is .fjjistered
ut the Swannanoa.
The rink on I'atton avenne uill he lor
mally oiwncd to-nilit.
E. Tris Napier, of Macon, Oil., is rci;i
tered at the Grand Central.
M. R. Tcrkinson, of Panville, Va i
registered at the Swannanoa.
P. Fitzgerald and J. C. Hajari, of New
York, are at the Ilattery I'ark.
Geo. N. Moland and wile arc at tin
Ilattery I'ark from I'liiladelphia.
G. M. SerK-ll and wife of Norfolk, Va
arc rcj;istcml at the Battery I'ark.
There were 130 arrivals at the princi
pal hotels yesterday and Saturday.
Ii. J. Baxter and J. J. Hemp represent
Joneshuro, Tenn., at the Grand Central
Mr. and Mrs. ilenrv I'. Aiu-lilineliiss.
of Orange, N. J., are at the Ilattery Park
Michigan is represented at the Battery
I'ark hv Frank V. Iluhhard. ol Hnroi
Win. Simpson and wife and Win. I'
Simpson arc at the Battery I'ark Iron
Mrs. N. P. Willis and Mrs. I.. I.. Gun
nell. of New Bedford. Mass., are at tin
Judge II. G. Connor passed through tin
city this morning en route to Wvhsicr t
hold the Jackson suerior court.
Henry Rogers and Mary Adams, col
ored. were united in marriage in the slier-
iffs office this morning hv 'Sipiire J. M
Mr. WilliartI L. Morrison and Miss
Alma Bovd. both guests of the city from
Indiana, have been married by tlie Kev
U. C. Rankin.
A draft for the amount raised for tin
Coalederxtc monuments nt Fredericks'
burg was to-day sent to the parties Imv
ing the matter in charge.
The Richmond and Danville Railroad
company is preparing to lieanlify tlie
depot grounds in this city by making
flower beds in front of the building.
The charge against Leah Foreman
who is accused of killing her mother, will
doubtless conic up before the term of the
criminal court which meets next Mon-
The section of lock boxes ill the Hist
office lietween the stamp window and
the postmnster't door has been take
out to make more room for the working
A pnrty consisting John Flynn, V. f
Flynn, Mr. nnd Mrs. Geo Klepham, Mr,
mid Mrs. W. C. Bavlis and C. W. Met
ham.ir.. it nt the Battery I'ark from
Brooklyn, N. Y.
A private letter from lr. H. H. Doug
lass, formerly of this city, announces thai
he is settled in Philadelphia mid thnt
everything promises well for the practice
of his profession.
Rev. 0. P. Fitzgerald, D.P., editor of
the Nashville Christum Advocate, will
preach the baccalaureate sermon for the
Ashcville Female College ut 11 a. m
June H, in the Central Methodist church
Cards are out for the marriage of Miss
Fannie Hunt, of this city, and Mr. Gas
ton Mcnres, of New York. The ecrc
mjny will be May 1st nt the Central M.
E. church, South, at 8.30 p. m nnd a
reception is to be given the couple imme
diately afterwards at the home of the
THE SURVEY COMPLETED.
Work on the Mew Road to l
nciinn 1st Thirty Day.
The survey of the route of the French
Ilroad Valley railroad has been comple
ted und the miios drawn. The line is
eventy-six miles long. Beginning about
one-half mile above the Western North
Carolina railroad 'depot It follows the
course of the Tnlley of the French Ilroad
river to the mouth of Shaw'a creek, Hen
derson county, nineteen miles above
Ashcville. Prom there a branch Roes to
llendcrsonvillc, six mile and on through
Reedy Patch Gap to the Kuthcrford
connty Hn where it join the Carolina
Central survey. The linccontiniies along
the river from Shaw's creek through Ilrc
vard, to Baatatoc fotd at the source of
the French Broad, forty-six miles from
There arc several formalities to be gone
through with, and It I expected thnt
' work will commence in 1cm than thirty
T WAS CHILDREN'S DAY.
THE PLEASANT AFFAIR AT
MOUNTAIN PARK HOTEL.
The Vouuiter liuesls of Tlmt ltr.
Hlllillul Retort Hold llltlli Car
nival lit Hie Hall Kooiii
tiaiui'N are l ollowcd
by a (tapper.
HorSi-Rixcs.X.C.. April "Jl. Special.
An entertainment lor the children was
given at Mountain Park Hotel on Mitur-
lav at o clock. Attlie Hour nameu me
.,,11 riuim was uav with aiiancse Ian
terns strung in rows from end to end. A
jlaiice sliowctl that inc inn nan oeguu.
mil a genuine old-fashioned children's
Mtrty was in progress, u w.ii. not tin
air where the youngsters act ukc grown
up people, but in all detail a party lor
tiililmi Willi eniunsu arainu.
Si.nt.il nrouiitl the hall many ol tin
mrcnts looked on while tweuly-two lil-
leehildren.eacli holding a black camiinc
tail, were impatienlly awnitmg an op
portunity io pin it to n diminutive tailless
ainhrie ilonkev lasienen to mc wan.
nch child in turn was blindlolded, turned
tround three times and walked towan's
the donki-v to pin the tail in proper plac
There were tails to the riylit, tails to
the kit, and around and above alter they
li.nl finished. Little Miss Frances Kains-
Icll. of New biirL-h. N. .. put the tail
where it should be, and won the nrsl
uizc lor L'irls. a terra cotta ling (log
Master Llovd Miller won the fust prize
for hovs, a pearl handled kmle. M.istei
Koirer" Barston took the boys' booby
irize, a ball, anil little .miss jcukiiis u
apaucsc dull, bonliv prize lor girls.
Then followed l.iiiiili.ir games main- ol
the older folks joining. "Magic Music
tad "lining to Jerusalem were the lav
At fi o'clock the Mountain Park or-
.lustra plaved a march. The children,
nniler the direction of Mr. 11. V. I'oss.
'lurched in couples to the dining mini
where a table preltilv decorated will
llowers was laid with plates lor twenty
tuc. Al each child's plate was a pack
of Min er's caiulv. ami tieil on n
colored ribbon was a pretty little Japan
se disii Willi a dainty .ipancsi lai
thrust through the ribbon.
The Huh ol April will long He rcineni
liered bv the little ones who were guesu
it i he Mountain 1 ark hotel on the ncea
imi ill' i he entertainment fur children, tin
the direction ot Mrs. Ilonur U.iinsilcll.
Mrs. Win. Mollcr. Mrs . 11. llronson
Miss Wells and Mrs. 11. . l oss.
The i-hil, lien's nanus are as lullows:
ilarrv 11.11. Mildred Hill. Marie Hill
Alice Miller. Llovd Miller, leiinie Williams
larioii"Sial. Allrcd.i Br.moii, France
ixanis.lell. Pauline K'amsdcll. Willie M.
Icr, Kuliv Mollei. M.irk Willing. t'tt.r;
lliishane. M.ibil P.iiue. Roacr .arlo
iili.abelli Jenkins. lalliu'lti AI.-imiii, Mill
illiili.ini. Min i. u i li i.li.iul. i::inor Ma
miii, .,l.i-lir i 'i .i i iii).
AND STILL ANOTHER.
A l'oiiiian rimli-il to Ituitil a
Gen. P. M. U. Young is il the head i
a svndicatc of Norlhcrn capitalists wit
arc pmsiiccliug with a view to building
i railroad in ihis city. The road pr.
nosed is a iliituiuv line anilw;'.l lie built
iroiii the Wcstein Norlh Carolina rail
road to some point in town and wil
run into the country surrounding Ashe
Thecoiuiiaiiy has a capital of SI"".'""
and ixincis to build seven m eight mil
of road. The track w ill U- made ol lorty
pound steel rails ami will In ol standard
gauge. Al Inst the equipment will col
sist of four complete trains, ol two car
and an engine, and no freight will b
handled at the start. .No route lias a
let been agreed upon.
Gen. Young says lie is confident tin
road will Ik; built bill cannot say how
soon. He hopes to have il coinj.lilcd by
iui-nIM al Hot ttprlnu.
The hold at Hot Spi ings is coinlort:
My lull now, anil the lollow ing ax- the
recent arrivals who have taken rooms I'm
Mr. T. C. Timelier and wife. Mrs. am
Miss Timelier, of Boston; l.li Whim
and wife, of Connecticut ; Misses Leon
ard, of Philadelphia; F. M.i l pl-ant am
family. Dr. G. II. Miller and tannic
New York; Coloiul and Miss Mead,
liavtmi. O.; Mr. and Mrs. Stokis.ol New
York; Misses Chamln'r, of Williainsport
Pn.; Mrs. J. R. Jenkins and family, i
Chicago; limner Kamsdall.ol Newburgli
X. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. Riigg, of Massaehu
silts; I-'. R. Woods and parly, of Cleve
laud; Geu. C. P. Puiiic ami family, of Bo
ton; Mrs. and Miss Mason, of Chicago.
Heal I.Ntuti' Triiiift-rM.
li. Ilnird and wile to M. S.
Hriidfortl, lot mi llridge SI....S
J, M. Israel and wile to M. S.
Ilradioril, lot on llridge St....
loO. I m
to ,as. M. I'alloil, iiilerisls
iu .'1 1 1 acts in this county
K. I.. I'atton and wile to os.
M. I'atluu.'.iintercst in tract
in this comity l."ii,oo
Ocorgc West and wile lo J M.
Ciiiiip'm-11, :t."J ncn-s near
Mary A. Iluekctt to oah li
Uuckelt, I!' acres iu this
V. II. ("iwyn and wife to ,. S.
brnry, lot ill western part of
A Tariff I'uctii.
Klnimnn (Knn ) lirmocrnt.
He sat nt his door nt noonday, lonely
and gloomy nnd sad, brooding over the
price of his com crop and liguriiig how
much he hud. I Ic had worked from early
springtime, early nnd late and hard, ami
he was counting his assets and liguriiig
out hi reward. He figured thnt it took
two acres to buy his two boys new boots,
nnd ten acres more on top of this to lit
them out with new suits. To buy his
wife a protected dress took 1(10 bushels
more, while live nere went in a solid
lump for thecnriiet on the floor. His tax
and his grocery hill absorbed his crop of
oats, while the interest nn his farm mort
gage took all his luttened shotes. The
shingles on his cow shed nnd the lunilwr
for his barn hud en ten up his beef steers
and the balance of his corn. So he sat iu
his door at noondav, lonely mid gloomy
nnd sore ns he ligurcd uu his wealth a
little less than It was the year before.
"Ily gum, tlu-y say I'm protected, but I
know there's something wrong; I've been
deceived and Bulled and hoodwinked by
this high protection song, They told of
rebellious traitors anil held up Hie bloody
rug, nnd I followed along like a pumpkin,
and now 1 am holding the bag. Hut from
tint time on I'll investigate and get to
the bottom ot facts, and I 'II bet $4 to be
gin with that th tariff i tax."
ASIIEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN : MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 21,
GOSSIP OF THE DAY.
There is one crime thnt the Gossi)cr,
lor one, would not strenuously (inject to
seeing placed with murder, burglnry,
rape mid arson upon the list of crimes
for which death is the prescribed penulty
in North Carolina; and then he would
like to sec lilc imprisonment dealt out to
the men nnd women who commit this
particularly notorious offence in other
States. The crime to which the Gossier
refers is the neid-tlirowing habit which
some lively ladies, and even more nnnier
iius joculurgcutlcmeii.npiicnr to consider
mrliculnrly bright nnd clever. Only n
riend or n ierson suffering from dementia
nn deliberately plan and carry out the
fearful vengeance which is encompassed
when the contents of a villi of vitriol is
hurled into an enemy's unprotected face.
I'he throwing is usually done in a most
owardly way, too ; nine times out ol ten
he victim is lured to Ins or her home
Iter nightfall, and after a moment's
oiiversaliou Hie liquid missile is slyly
mil ftiriouslv hurled from a distance ol
ml two or three feet.
The habit has thus far been confined
iriucipally to the metropolitan centres,
.vhieli are full of icoplc who arc adepts
ad even artists in the infernal niceties ol
crime. It s iloiintlul il anything more
illainous than this vitriol-throwing
scheme was ever devised above the 1'lu-
onian regions. No social mistake not
'ccognizcd m criminal law is serious
;li to warrant applause lor one
on who ilcliucraieiy aim snenKingiy,
uiilcr cover ol darkness, blinds and per-
niaiieiitiv thsligiires another Human De
ng. I'sually, too, if you read the stories
f such occurrences, you will notice that
i he H'ison at whom the vitriol was
thrown was rather the licttcr and less
ilaiiieworthy of the parties concerned.
If the story told is true, there is nil
uigiy gentleman in Ashcville just about
this time. He is said to be the keeper ot
iiieofllie best-known boarding houses
il the place, and his present difficulty is
wing to the fact that he did a favor lor
i guest, who reipicsted his landlord to
id u check cashed for hint on Ins (the
audloi'd'sl way up town. The check
was duly presented and cashed nt the
lank, the landlord put the roll of wealth
n his pocket, it is supposed; and it is
-.till a supposition. Tlic greenbacks have
one, and up to the "time of writing
thev were still visible to the landlord
inly in the sweet, unsubstantial tracery
il his dreams. It seems likely that an
lticliccl.cd lieiicvolence and desire to do
tiddly deeds for others will cost the
ccicr ol tlic lioslelric just loin-score
The hardworkvd livery horse, like the
worm in the proverb, sometime turns,
ind he doesn't always display a cultiva
ted taste ill his selection of time nnd place
in which to do the turning. A gentleman
w ho was out riding the Stinduv before
last kindly slopped his steed down by a
illle babbling brook and let the beast
slake his thirst, which he did iu style
Having d.iniKiieil his interior depart
aiciil tlicamuial concluded that one good
tin n deserved another, so he calmly pro
ceeded to gel down and roll in the brook
i.uldic, trappings ami all. 1 lie cipies
li i. in sprang oil I lie horse into the bil
lowy creek, bill escaK-d with nothing
more serious than a pair of wet lect. T hi
nder' adiuiralioii ol that animal's cool
linn nerve is boundless. ,
It Ashcville has u park the suggestion
that il include a track lor the use
sjKvdy horses ought to Ik- given u re
-iKVlliil hearing. The roads hereabouts
are tew on wliiih valuable horseflesh can
sntclv U- allowed lo trot or run a fast
mile or even a lair fraction of a mile
Where there is such a deal of riding and
Iriviug a place lor rapid cipniie exercise
would lie a raplurouslv hailed i u prove
The atmosphere yesterday nlternoon
had a marvelous clarity, und the lam
seai-was lull of light and color. There
was much driving, some carriage and
car riding and n vast deal of walking in
dinged in. iliis i nn excellent reason
for the last-named exercise if you select
the pros-i hour. Try it some day after
a restless, sleepless night; take several
miles ol It, divided if need be into morn
ing and nlternoon doses; select a (airly
interesting road where there I some
thing to sec, exercise a wise judgment
and cultivated taste in the choice of an
agreeable companion, select sonic subicet
ol conversation thnt ha nothing to do
with lungs, bronchitis or the probable
duration of the lite of yourself or your
companion, obtain all due enjoyment
Irom the gift of the gods, and come
home cheerfully tired a to physique, ab
normally devrlowd a to appetite nnd
with your mentality keyed up to cer
For a U. A. R. Pout.
A iiumlier nl. local gentlemen who
fought on the Union side during the late
war met nt the office of W. II. Denver on
Saturday afternoon for the purKise of
organising n G. A. K. Ixist. Mr. Denver
was elected secretary and J. L. I'erry
betters were rend from parties living
in Swniu, Rutherford, Jackson, McDow
ell and liny wood counties, stating that
they would join If an organisation win
pcrlcctcd. The enrollment already ho ws
A mustering officer will arrive In the
city soon and then the preliminary work
will be completed.
HinitHirt Home Manufactories br buv
ing theirgoods, There I no better Flour
made for the price than Electric Light
Flour. Ask your grocer for it und take
Paint I Paint I
The Averlll Paint I the best. Outwear
nil other. Ilrnutiful and economical. In
general use 20 year, Guaranteed. Sam
ple card lire,
1'ITII'ATKICK I)0. Si RonKRTaoN,
For the 24 hours ending at 9 p. m.,
April 20, 1800:
U. 8. Rional Bkkvich Station, 1
Wlnyata Sanitarium, Ashcville, N. C.
LAT. SS.Se N. LONO.HH.36W. BLK. 33(10 FT
7 a ml a n m9 p m
4(M) 187.0 I fi.O
I) p m
(In rrnina pcrculilcJiHit ol air.)
7am I 1p m' I 1) p m f Dully Menu
1.218 1.07(1 1.NN3 I 1,11112
iCur. for nTCie teni.)
Direction. Il'orcc (si-iilcti mill
2 I Clear.
Oione Of possible amount, 40 per cent.
TBMPBR ATI'RH, April 21.
7 a. m. 33.2. 2 p. m.
KARL VUN Kl'CK, M. I).,
Markets) by Wire.
ki,k v.,bu a.. ii .,, Tl,.. f. .Il.tu'ltuy 1 til
roilKe of IcauitiK In Hires to-day:
lllllli'si. Mmai, vi".iM.
WHEAT NO. 2.
Fune ti.ii. li:i'j
lul)- tiaij li'J
Autunt lll-l UlUd
Cuhn No. 'J.
May l' 4oi
lunc -M'h oi2
Julv Uj 4".,
DATS No. II.
May .11 30
June au'i 30
Cuicaiki. April ,21. Tork, lurd
rnnm'il tti-diiv hn I'oIIiiwh:
IIIKIH-St. LOUTHl. IIIISII1K
MUSS .'llK-V 11IO.
May 111. 70
i a. no
Lakii i loo.
Siiost Kins V loo.
May (I VJ
Nmv YoKK. April 21.
L'otton futurea to-
uuy riuiKi-il Inllows:
liiKiirnt. i.iiwm, vi.'nniK'
. I I Kli 11 711 11 SI
. 1I.H,1 UNO 11. Kl!
. II. N.I 11.711 11 HI
. 11. Ml 11.711 11N3
, 11 N.I 11 711 11 Nl
. 11. IN 11.1.1 11.14
Hl'HINKHM NO I1C1.K.
Hllver I'lated Ware.
In canters, Simons, forks and knives,
iieeial inducements arc lieing otfered
now. Kogers trippic platen Knives
$1.7.i IK-r set. Forks to match nt same
price. Desert knives, $1 .00 jicr set. A
splendid assortment of Keed .V barton's
plated ware, the Ih-sI goods made, are
otfered at lowest prices. CriH-kery, glass
and cutlery, very large stock nnd always
the l-Avesi prices at Laws, ,n, o'.i ami
il Suii th Main street.
.Mountain Park lloli-l.
MprllllCH, M. C,
Is firstelass iu every particular, with
the Ih-sI table in the South. Dure and
ihunilaiit water and (icrteel sanitary nr-
The sicniiy is licautilul. climate much
milder than Ashcville, there Uiug no
harsh winds nnd no dust to irritate weak
throats and lunus.
The baths in marble pools are the tin
est in the world and the thermal waters
arc un unexcelled siccitic for rheumatism
gout, sciatica, nervous exhaustion am
all disenses of skin and blood.
Excellent physicians reside nt the ho
Trains leave Ashcville for Hot Springs
at 7. .10 n. m., ..K1 nnd 7 p. in
Excursion tickets, including one day's
hoard at Mountain I'ark hotel, $4.0(1.
l-or rates etc., rddrcss
Adv. VV. G. Dooi.itti.K
Low Kates) for Hie Mualn Concert,
The following are the round trip rates
to Ashcville tor visitors attending the
Ovide Musin concerts April L'Jud and
Alexanders, .ri."i cents; Marshall, $1.10
llnrnnrds. $1.50; Hot Snrmu'S. S'.'.IIO.
Hominv, fill cents, I'igeon Kiver,$1.00
Civile. Jl.'.'.i; Wavnesville, $1.50.
Arden, o, cents; I Iclchers, 70 cents
CooKrs, Q. cents; lllack Mountain Mil
Tickets to lie sold for the Inst passen
ger trains reaching Ashcville In-fore the
IK-rtormniiee, good returning on the hrst
train alter us close.
One isollnr Ki-ward.
WcofferONE ImiI.LAR reward to nuv
one who will show us a sack of iHior
ROLLER KING or ELECTRIC LIGHT
I'M II R from our mills, lluv Ashcville
Milling Company's Hour mid you arc
sure ol getting the IlbST.
The llesil on Karth.
Whnt nre von iinvini. fur vmtr Kl.nl'U
The Ashrvillc Milling Co.' ROLLER
KING I-'LOl'K, the Ust on earth can lie
had nt most nny grocer's for iiUiut
three quarters ol its real value.
New Ad vcrtUviuciitat To-Day
1100,000 to Loin A.J. I.rmnn.
VOI HTH HAUK.
MnNKV To Loan Cnrtlnnit llrna.
I'SIVATS IIiiahiiinii 1 1 l-llul atreet
Two nice front moms : first elnaa tionril
central liK-slion, nt 1 1 I'llnt atreet, aeconi
door irom iiuywnoii.
ONBV TO LOAN.
On cllv rrnl eatntr, Cnrtlnnit llroa., 24 anil
i-MTinii avenue, accuna nour.
Two irrntlemen boarders can Ret nccom
sprltliltr 25 PINK ST.
Col. A. M. Wuddcll'n
A COLONIAL OFFICER AND HIS TIMES
With notlcts of tht French sad Indian War
In tht Rotilhern colonies I th realatane of
the Mlnmp Act In North Carolina (with cop
ies of orlKlnal documents never before pub-
Hilled ; the Kexulators' War, etc. For sale by
J. Ii. MORGAN Ik CO.
Ily virtue ol a deed of truit executed to me
nn menial nay in Auiuat, in, ny j, a
tiriimmonil and Flora I. Iirummond. hli
wife, to secure the payment of the sum nf
KlKttt Hundred and Mevcnty-Hcvrn Hollsrs
anil Thlrty.Thrre Cents, bearing Interest at M
percent. Irom aald date, I will offer fur sale
to the highest bidder for eaah, at th. court
hnuae door In th city of Aaheville, on the
loth day nf May, INoo, a certain piece or
pnrvel or Innd, altuate on Valley atreet in th.
city of Ashcville, particularly described In
anld deed uf trust, n-slatered In the KcKlater's
Ulllc in Hook ami on p e 41 A.
apr6 d.Kld Truate.
JfOOM WITH 1VUAKM.
Nicely Airnlahed room suitable for two la
dies or itenllemea. Table boarders dealrrd,
aprltillw Sil COLLUOK T.
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE,
CUTLEKY AND PLATED WARE,
LAMl'S OF ALL KINDS,
FRENCH CHINA, CUT GLASS,
SOLID SILVER TAHLEW AKL-AMJ
AND TURKISH GOODS
IN GREAT VARIETY.
MY GOODS ARE BEST GRADES, AND
I'RICliS THE LOWEST ALWAYS.
J. H. LAW,
57. 59 & 6 S. Main St.
ASHHVILLB, N. C.
ASHEVILLE AND VICINITY.
aj S. Main St.,
apr IK d
BATTERY PARK MUSIC HALL,
Wednesday, April 23.
THE WORLD-FAMED VIOLINIST,
And hia own Company of tuierli Artiata.
ANXlfi I.01ISK TANNER,
Prima Donnn 8oprnnu.
Prima Honna Contrnlto,
Sig. CLEMEXTE HOLOONA,
fStlKH TUB Al'SI'ICHSOl'
THE Y. M. C. A
ficncral Adiiiiiwloii, . .75
RcHvrved ScatH, 91.00
CEMENT, LIME ANO PLASTE
C. E. MOODY,
Olllce No. 30 Pattoa Avenue.
Telephone No. 40.
Warehouse near Freight Pciot.
1 have made arranirenicats to keep and
ahall soon have a full stock of the beSt brands
IMPORTED ENGLISH AND GERMAN PORTLAND
LOUISVILLE AND ROSENDALE CEMENiS.
LIME IN BARRELS AND IN BULK.
ROOFING MATERIAL AND OTHER ARTICLES
IN THESE LINES.
My warehouse Is now bring built adjoining
railroad track and my stock partly here and
arrlvinii. Until my own warehouse Is fin
ished t ahall occupy the Webater warehouse.
Parties ualn chess article can save onecart
age by leaving orders at office and having
property delivered direct from warehouse or
by calling there for It
AKTIPIC1AL HTONB WORK mads same
W. 1. KOWIi,
ITALIAN A AMERICAN
All kinds of Miinu
and Vaaea made to
order In th lateat
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
Yard At Buncombe
Ilsvlna rented the llavlitann Hnuae on Cnl.
Iee atreet, 1 wlli oiien the anni. April 14 as a
lew furniture throuiihout.
I, c. UMKL).
Pour nlc nnfurnLhed rooms. Also on
furnished room. Apply at
apr 1 08t TH1I OFFICII.
t AT 11KXA1L,. t
For Grate, -
For Stoves, -
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
For utile al Wholi'iuite and Krtnil by
ASUKVILLE COAL COMPANY,
Bxolulvc Aitenta (Diiincatlcuiiil Sti-uml lor Western North Cnrnliim,
H. T. COLLINS, President.
Ture Ice made from l)intilled Wator
"JUST ON THE
OK A BIG BOOM, STANDS
Now is the Time lo
Vou may think prices nrc liltihl Hut they
Aahcvlllc la the best known, the most ticnulirul, the most healthful and theninnt protfrcaa.
Ive city In this Slntc. Vou cunnot Inveat ynur
In thia Knrdcn apot of the mountains.
Hume choice bnrunina in city lota and auliurbnn propcrtlca enn Ik- hud by cnlliiiK at our
Real - Estate -
Room) 9 & 10, McAfee Block,
LHW1S MAUIIUX. Pre L. P. MtLlll'H, Vlec-1'rcs. I. li. KANK1N, Caalller.
I1ikctoms:-Uw1s Maddux, M.J. tV-nnlcn, M.J. PnKK.J. H. Knukin.J. li. Kny.J. li. Keed
8. II. Keed. Irto. 8. I'uwrll. C. M .Mcl.iiuU.
E WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, -
Orgnniied May tat. 1HHH.
C A P ITA L, 850,000.
State, CouiitylaiidCity ;icpowitor.
Don a ticneml Dankiny Duainci. Df poult rrttivi-ti. KxchunKC botiKht nnd anld, Col
lection made on all acccmtblr pohit. The
On all aumi in thia department, depunited
of 4 per cent, per annum will be paid.
Special attention given to loans on real estate, which will be placed for Ionic time on real
Open from 9 a. in. to 3 p. ra. On Saturday
Only 8 Miles front Awlicvillc
The Kmitcst numlxr and variety uf mineral apriiiK" to Ik ft. und in the South.
48 Springs on Lcnh Than 40 Acres,
Chnlyltcate, iron, milphur, cpnom, alum, nnd
tnat nre uwii in curtiiK mtiiKfUitun, nver ami Ktunvy iniuine, enronic nytu-mery, inninii iiyif
irriixla and chronic nick headache. One mrinu rccttillv dcvclotteil in the urea tent tonic water
rvt'r found. Many arc ImyinK lotM to huild
nt nominal prU-ea to advtrtu the place ami
$ao to $30 Per Month, or $1 Per Day.
Rcferencca. testimonial, etc.. enn le had bv writinii to the owner; or lirtter yet, anyone
Inn-reated in invited tu come and try the water. Omit improvement will he made nest
a u miner.
Train leave Aaheville at W.oa a. in. and n
for lurtner information write to
febl I d'lm
OAKS HOTEL, AS
(INK OP TIIK
z?A:,. , i -a
in tub mvru. f1$AfK&tf -fc
;ree, Car. the jr f ''fiffi&ft Sfcg
Hour every 15 .LlJJ-' .iifilli'L "W i SrS
I'or temia nililteaa
GREENWELL & IIAUGAN.PROPRS.
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
217 Haywood Street.
All WATER THOROUGHLY I-'IlVrEREO oil tlic PrciulMcs.
Twenty.flve years of practleal esperienee, enniliineil with pkmsunal nttentiun tu Mil de
tails of the business and perfect arrunuements for ci.KANi.mKaa and I'tiHiTV uf all xuuds
manufactured, ennlile the prnprlrtur to preaent tu hla numerous patron, a auicrlor elaas ol
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphons.
Oinsrer Ale and all the various flavors of HOUA V ATltK ready for shipment nnd delivered
free In City limits. Out of town onlers.miiat huve HKai'imsmi. reference.
C. H. CAMPBELL.
Aaheville, N. C.
P. A, DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Manufacturers and Dealers In all kinds of Dressed
Door, 8as)h, Blinds), Moulding, Htalrwork, Mantel), Bank
and Bar Fixture, and all kind) or Building; Material.
nor 14 dly
Telephone Mo. aft.
PLUMBING, STEAM AND GAS FITTING,
TIN AND SLATE ROOFING,
ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK.
Plans and Specification Furnished on Application
We hav thorough mechanics in each line who have had many years' exiwrience In then'
business. We can safely guarantee nur patrons satisfaction In our work, low nures.
TMK LKADINU '
V WINE . AND LIQUOR , STORE
IN THE STATE.
FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.
J. A. MAQVARDT, M't'r. I NO. 43 S. MAIN ST., ASHEVILLE, N. C
E. E.EAGAN, Secivtury
Olfiee: No. 30
TIIK CITY OF ASHKVI1.L12.
Buy Real Estate.
arc bound to o liitihcr, ns pust csprrienec bus
eupltnl tu bi tter iitlviiutituc Hunt riKbl here
and - Insurance,
8 I'utton Ave., AMlievillcN. C.
Snvinw Frnturt will mxlvv mihcIuI attention.
fr montns tir linrr, intereat al the rate
the Bavin? Department will broprntill 6 p.m.
on tlie A & 8.
miiKnenia. Several very fine eomlitnntlonak
rcnort cottntcn mar the SiTinpi I.oti an. told
the mineral water. Hoard can lc had at
turn nt 7 p. m. litre crnta.
OTIS A. 3IILLEK,
Hkylaiid P.O., N.C.
HI KAT-C I.A88.
4 - --?l
Near Paeiif vr Depot.
Lumber Work a Specialty.