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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: FHIDAY EVENING, APRIL 25, 1890.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
H. D. CHILD, Business Manager.
Tn Pailt Citubn will be published every
alternoon (except Sunday) at the lullawinK
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lated and widely read ncwapapcr ill Wcatcni
lta diacuaaion of public men and tnensurea
la In the Intercut of public inteurity, huiicat
government, anil iroieroua industry, ami it
knowa no pcraonui allcKiuncein trcullna pub
8iecimen coplca of any edition will be acnt
f.-vc to any one aciitlin their mlilrcaa.
Heading nutlcce ten eenta per line. Obitu
ary, marriHKC uml aoclctv notieca titty cent"
each (not cxcecUiiia ten linea) or titty cent
FRIDAY. Al'KlL is.i(!,
la on aale at the following placca in Ashcvlllc:
1IATTKKV PAKK NKWS STASH.
OI.HN klICK NHWS STAXll.
MOlilil. CIliAK STllKH. I'utton Ave.
J. CAKSU.VS MiWS STllKH, North Court
PERTINENT AND PERSONAL,
Hewn About Aslil-vllltaiiH unci ol
HtruuuiTH Wllliiu our Uatfit,
K. II. Knik'V.ol' Ivaleili is ill the cit v.
A. 1.. 1 imiii rcpicsetils AlKintii at tin-
T.J. l.iiscoitili is tit the ('rami Central
from New York.
It. I. I'uwcll is at the Omul Central
Ilenrv Noliet tson, of lliisloi. Tcim.. is
at the Swanuaiioa.
There were 1u4 arrivals at the prinei
pal hotels jestenlay.
1'. MaetiaiiKlilon, of ijm.-la.-c, Canada
is at the Swanuaiioa.
Regular weekly meeting of the Hoard
of Aldermen lo-uilil.
V. II. Stuart is at the Hattery Park
from South Unitize, X.J.
Chas. K.Iiarliy represents the national
eapital at the Swanuaiioa.
Ilenrv C. Moses and wife, of I'.seler, S
II., are at the Swatinanoa.
m. T. liuuean. of Louisville, is reps
teretl at the Grand Central.
A. M. Goldsmith, of Charleston, is rcy
islcred at the Hattery Park.
V.. II. Aliel. of Ann Arlior. Mieli., is reg
istered at the Hattery Park.
J. H. Zefcler, of Latuviitvluir, Intl.. is
reislenil at the Stvannanoa.
Miss Nellie I'rake.of Stony hton, Mass..
is registered at the Hattery Park.
("nistave listen wall represints Nc
ILiveii, Conn., at the Hattery Park.
R. I'loyd Clineh and wile are at tin
Hattery Park. They arc from Chiea;o.
V. II, Pomeroy anil P. R. KiiiK.of New
York, are at the Hattery Park for a short
L. A. Nichols and Miss L. Warner, ol
Juucsvillc, Wisconsin, are at the Swan
Mrs. W. R. Wihtmau and Miss L. II
I'tirkes, of Provideucr, R. I., are at tin
There will la' an entertainment liy tin
ehildteii of the graded school at tin
U-ru Hall next Tuesday nielli.
Thus. Stokes, Miss Stokes and Misses
Lillian anil Caroline Stokes, ot New York
are ipiarleretl at the Hattery Park,
Mrs. W. A. Ilaveitieyer, W. A. Have
ineyer, jr., and Miss llaveineyer, of St
Louis, arc registered at the Hattery Park,
fcV. II. uml ('. II. Tweetl, from Matlison
eounty, were la-fore Justice Israel lo.tlaj
charged with selling iimrtK.-iKel loliaeeo
The ease was postKincil till May 7 loi
w ant of Slate witnesses.
Secretary Jacobs of the S. P. C. A. ran
on to a private chicken light this niorii
ing and put a stop to it. The owners oi
the fowls protested that thev did not
know they were violating the law. They
w ill nut he prosecuted,
lieu Mall and John Scheveiik were fine
$5 each in the M.tvor's court this mom
ing for hcing drunk. The two wt-ic
quarreling ami trying to light in an
alley in the rear of the Grand Central
hotel yesterday and it took four men ti
run them in.
A CIiIcukoiiu's) Opinion of Tills
City and Murrouiidlnu Country
Walter L. I'eek, one of the owner ol
the Chicago Auditorium, recently sieul
it few week in Ashcville. lividcntly lit
was delighted with everything lie saw
for when he returned to hi home one ol
the Chicago dailies had the following in
terview with him:
"Ashcville, North Carolina, in one ol
the prettiest snots m the United Mates.
I have just come from thcr". 1 needed u
little resti that i where I went lor it,
nnd got it." Thus said Mr. Walter 1..
I'eek, of Chicago, n he leaned hack in his
big ensv chair m his olhee in the topmost
tory of the Auditorium, and smiled n
contented, reminiscent smile.
"George Vnudrrhilt has purchased N.OIHI
nere ol luntl there nnd nag an army ol
men lit work. He has hinlt a private
railroad three mile long, ierlcetlv ciiis
lied to run to hi place, lie will sK-nil
,011(1,000 on the place, and when it is
timslietl he will enjoy tne unupic iimtinc
tion of being the only man in the world
who nti in own private railroad run
ning out to his nHvnt house. Chnuneey
M. Ucw and Mr. mmnn were at Asne
ville while I wa there. C. 1). 1 lough tel-
ing;, of thi city, ha bought a place therr
and will build a bouse. 1 tell you it is
one of prettiest place In the Lnitcu
Thwjr Will Attend.
The Light Infantry held a meeting at
their armory last night antl deeidetl to
attend with their regiment the unveiling
of the Lee monument at Richmond on
May 20, Thi regiment, the fourth, will
be the only one from North Carolina
which will attend. It I the Intention to
take thirty-two men, undcrthecomuinnd
of Captain Merrick.
A committee was npiminted at hurt
night' meeting to make preparation for
itrawberry and let cream tupper,
THE NEW ORGAN.
ttauietliliiK About the Inntriiiiiciit
lor the ITebMyterlun cliuicli.
Win. Rnssmnn and A. Meyer, of Haiti-
more, are in the city, for the purpose of
putting up the new organ at the First
Prcsbvterian chinch. The instrument
was made by Frank Roosevelt, in Haiti
more, and cost the church $2,3011. Its
weight ib about lO.ntiO pounds, and it
had to be shipicil here in forty-one cases.
The freight charges amounted to some
thing near $100. The work of putting it
up will Ik-begun to-morrow and it will
take three weeks to complete it.
The place for the organ is directly be
hind the pulpit, and a room has been
provided lor the purpose. The organ
lias two fronts. Hue w ill face the con
gregation, and the other, with the key
boards, will lie on the left side. It is a
two manual organ, that is, it has two
kev-boards. There are twelve stops,
onlv nine of w hich at present have pipes
connected with llicin. The reason for
this is that the other three stops would
mpiirc a great nuiuUr of pipes, making
the expenses heavier, anil they can la
disaiised with without any inconven
ience. The organ is made of oak, finished in
its natural color, and has ."ill pipes.
The motive power to be used is water,
and pipes have been introduced into
the church lor that purpose.
A PLEASANT ENTERTAINMENT.
V rouraiu CouHlHtiiitt uf lliu-
mclvM, Tnlilcuux and MiihIc.
A pleasant entertainment, consisting
if charades, tableaux anil music, was
uiven ul I r. Weaver's, corner of North
Main and Woodlin streets, last night,
The object was to raise money for fur
nishiug a hall ill the graded school build
ing, to Ik' used by the Southern r.duea
lional Convention, which is to meet here
next summer. The tableaux wen:
"lllnc Heard," "When poverty comes in
it the door, love llics out the window."
"Pygmalion ami Galalca," "TIk- Music
Ia-miii" anil "Pictures of Memory." A
vocal solo, bv Miss Flora WhitlocU, was
the feature of the evening and was re
ceived w ith much appreciation.
The names ol' those w ho participated in
the programare: Misses Laura Ncwlaad
Flora and Rav Whillock, Mamie Hum.
Manilla liavidson. Hl.iuche Weaver
I'va Hi audi, I Ira, Carrie and Ada Re v
Holds, and the Misses Nelson : Messrs. II.
M. Joins, W. R. Ibsion. Walter Milliard.
C. A. Webb, K. P. Maugiiiii, l-'.L. Jacobs.
I.. P. .Mi l. uiiil. Hatlcraud Harbv.
Alter the entertainment was over the
party adjourned to the Carolina Athletic
.-bib rooms, ch iK-rohcil by Ir. ami Mrs.
McCiinly, ol i iliio. ami enjoyed l.uiie
day. AN UNFOUNDED REFORT.
I.i-iilt I'urcnmii IliiH Mitl t oiifCHHetl
Tom llurrl lit Jail.
The Knoxvillc Journal ill its Aslicvillc
I'oltiuiu yestenlay hail an item to the
I'lleel that Leah Furcinau had ci'iilesscd
to the murder ol her mother, had impli
cated T"li. Harris and that the latter
was in jail. Only the latter p u t ol the
irtiile cm U' substantiated. Tom liar
ris is in jail, but was locked up so that
he would Ik oil hand to apicar as a w it
tiess when the case was called.
Leah Foreman has nut coulissc l and
as stoutlv maintain, her iiiuocciue as
she did on the day she was fust locked
mi. She apparently has no doubt of her
.leipiittal ami talks Itccly to her callus
it the jail. HI the tatter she has many
and among tliim aie a niniiUr of the
prominent icoplc of the city.
Jailer Jamison has only w ords of praise
to rcHirt of her conduct as a prisoner.
She isipiiet and pleasant and niakis him
but little trouble. There are no new de
velopments in (he ease.
GRAHAM-WILLI AM SON.
A llaipy Mnrrlimv In IiihkcII
County oil Vi-ilut'Rlly.
R. L. Graham, ol this city, and Miss
Louisa Williamson were married lit the
home of the bride's lather, Col. George
Williamson, in Caswell eounty, on Wed
nesday, at I p. in. The Reverend Mr.
Copiwragc ollii iaicd. Shortly after the
cereillonv n dinner was served to the
quests, nnd at i o'chak the blidal party
left for Milton, X. C. I'mm there the
bride iiiulgrooni kit lor the West. They
will return to Ashcville on Monday and
will lc tit home to their friends nl their
home on lU'urdcii avenue.
The groom is one ol the most promis
ing voting business men ol Ashcville, and
Miss Wiliininson has I sea prominent in
the social circles.
The couple were attended by Mr. John
Y.Jordan and Miss Henderson, of I mi
villc; Mr. W. W. Avery and Mis Hoi
emiilw, of Iiimvillci Mr. George William
sou and Miss Pen a, of Kridsvillc,
The l-'lral I'nr Loud In Here,
The first car load of granite to be used
in paving Court Place arrived yesterday
nnd is at the di'iHit. It come from the
ipiarry in Henderson. This afternoon ii
will I brought to the city nnd placed
along the curbing where it can lie in-
saitcd, nnd inside of n month work will
be begun. At present granite is laiug
taken from n ijtuirry near Mr. Pearson'
property. It Is of a siix-r!or tmlity and
it i thought thai nil that will Ik neces
sary for paving purioscscun lie obtained
With Court Place paved with granite
nutl brick pavement on the principal
streets, Ashcville will he quite n tlilTcrrnt
nlaec from what it it now. It miliar-
entlv is the intention of the Hoard of Al
dermen to remedy the present evil,
Huuday Hcliooi Workers).
Kcv. W. J. Iiribnan will conduct the
Sunday School Teacher' Hible Study at
the lecture hall of the Young Men '(Christ
ian Association to-morrow afternoon at
o'clock. Immediately after this study
Mr. Dunn, of the North Carolina State
Sunday School Association, will organise
the Sundiiy schools of Buncombe county
All Sunday school teacher, worker,
pastor and friend are earnestly invited
to attend thi meeting.
GOSSIP OF THE DAY.
Why don't the authors of successful
novels ol the day see to it that their
works arc always clothed in neat, if not
handsome, coverings, even if the pub
lishers are not willing to sieud an extra
lollar tor their writers' and their own
lieuelil? The Gossiwr has in mind, in
making this remark, it quite notably suc
cessful "realistic" story recently sent out
from n New York author's literary work
shop, which hail for a coat such it lurid,
iiihariuouiiiiisly colored ami generally
linie-iiovelish paier covering that no
sell-resH,'ctiug citizen would cure to lie
seen perusing it upon the car or in any
public place. Apparently the artist and
the lithographer had entered into a fell
conspiracy to damn the writer's work
by handicapping him with n gorgeously
dreadful advertisement that would turn
renders away from what they would
otherwise have made their prey; and
we're not altogether sure that the artist
and the lithographer didn't succeed.
Such red and frightful blotches on the
lace of all the artistic world ought never
to la' ieriuiiteil.
The electric street ears arc terrifying to
some horses, and consequently about six
teen times as terrifying to the horses'
drivers; but there are men in Ashcville
i ho would probably look uhiii the aboli
tion of the electric conveyances in the
light of a iK'rsonal misfortune. These
I mi pic are the men who thoroughly un
derstand how to control their specdv
nags, and who taken very laudable pride
in displaying their skill at certain times
iiy managing their fractious four-legged
friends in lull view ol the admiring popu
lace. The swifter the car' movement,
and the higher and more notably eccen
tric the plunges nnd kicks of the steed,
the more attention is concentrated upon
the Ih-usI and his skilled master, and the
-i cater is the joy which tills the said mas
ter's soul. The horse has a nice, enjoy
able dance, the driver has ail opportun
ity to led his heart la-at high with exul
tant thrills, the driver's fair companion
Ljcts a chance to observe how able an
artist in the use of the reins her escort is,
.uhl the populace dodge the high-stepping
ccpiiue and say, one to another, "Gad,
but young llyrollcr knows how to do it,
doesn't he ?"
I'vcrybody who is getting ready to
skip lor home is longing lor sunshine and
general joyoiisncss during the remainder
of their stay here. Then it's a case of
"After me. the deluge!" The only objec
tion possible to raise is that if the deluge
holds of till everybody has departed it's
lilicly to la- n pretty dry summer. Hut
iiiiipicstiouably it's rough on the mourn
ers to la- coiiialled to pass your last two
or (hrce days in the "Laud of the Sky" in
the midst of a pouring rainstorm.
Wednesday was l'r. Clmuuccv M.
Ik icw's .7lh birthday, nnd he improved
it bv telling the Sun reporter u little
story that mav lie profitable to many
excellent K'ople. lie said there was once
a young man who had a wife, and each
was carelessly and heedlessly throwing
away money. I'i..,illv lr. la-pew told
him of n plan w hereby the dollars might
la-saved. . Me advised the young couple
to get n "'Tis Hut" Imix. This was a
box in which, whenever a discussion
arose as to the advisability of lim
ing some little article or other, the
price of the article would then la'
ilcHisilcd il either husband or wile made
the convenient argument. "I'll, 'tis hut a
quarter," or u hall-dollar, or whatever
the price might la1. One couple, accord
ing to lr. IVaw. had laid up Jl.OOII
that way in n year. lKa'w's wisdom
also unladed n word of advice about
Wall street, lie said that ol the MO
men or thcrcahoui who have made their
ti'imes famous in Wall street since the
war by bold speculations, n majority
were now life insurance agents. Ily this
the genial railroad president, orator, etc.,
etc., Hiiiited n moral and adorned a laic
THEY CAN'T RIDE FREE.
u lli-ud-raonllleUolrl Mmiiiers
SHU rl nil Wpponlllon.
lli siii Ksoxvii.i.n, X. C, April L'.'l
There is blood on the moon here nt
present. When the new street rnilwnv
lagan running a lew dnv ago only the
freight car was used and it was not the
most ilesiranlr car lor piisarngrr travel
Added to this Captain Pickens refused to
allow Hotel drummers to rule to and
from the depot mi his line free, and the
hitler combined to delcnt what they con
siitcied an unjust action on the part of
the coniinuy. Three 'buses arc run to
each tram and pnssrngi r arc invited to
ride nnd are not charged a cent. The
buses are more attinctivc than the cur
and la-ciitisc of their charging nothing
draw nil the trade.
Lvery resident ol this town is interested
in the light. Crowds llock to every train
mid the interest (lias not seem to lie
uhnting Just w hat the outcome will he
is not known. Sympathy seems to lie
aiHiiil equally inviilcil,
The Alpine house is undergoing Im
provcnirnta. The store room on the
ground lloor lit the corner has been
changed into a clerk' othce for the hotel.
It will I line I up with every conven
icnee, electric Mia, clerk counter,
shelves, etc. It will Ik well lighted at
night. Two very Inrge front window
give ample light nv Hay. Hie (lining
toiim will Ik greatly enlarged. When all
is done that is contemplated, the hotel
will Iw first -elns in every rcss?ct.
There is quite n Inrge ilemnnd for lum
ber here now. A dry kiln would nnv well
ns the limited accommodation in that
line at the workshops of Mr. Wesley Jus
tus do not la-gin to keep up with the
Mr. la. I. Kickmnn is having a hand
some resilience erected near the Presby
Many visitor have heeo her recently.
Some of those who have wintered here
have gone buck to their Northern homes.
Mr. T. C. Davis t putting up, near the
railroad depot, a large establishment for
making bricks. The capacity will be
W.'i, IHM) per day. Hkniikhsonvii.i.k.
If you want good bargains In the latest
style of new millinery, call on Mi
Lance at West I'.nd I'atton avenue, Hay
wood street. Also stylish dress mnkinir.
good work and a perfect fit guaranteed.
Street cor pas the door.
A Flirht Haa Been Arranged.
"Professor" W. S. Laytin, who apKiit1s
"champion light weight of the South" to
his signature, has written to Mike Kelly
saying he will accept the challenge issued
by Harry Collin.
"Professor" Laytin writes thut he will
light Collins ten rounds in any club room
for n $300 purse ; to n finish for $50(1, or
will fight him for $."iOO n sitlc, each party
allowed five witnesses, and within titty
miles of Ashcville. I Ic would much prefer
that the light shall come oil' in Spartan
burg, where he is nt present teaching n
class, and assures Collins that if it docs
no other hut "select geutlenien"shiill wit
Kelly hits accepted the challenge for
Collin, and is of the opinion that the
fight will be held in or near Ashcville
some time next week.
Markets) by Wire.
Nkw Yornc, April an. The following is the
range of leading tnttiri-H to-ilny:
Highest. Lowest. Closing.
WllBAT No. a.
May lin' !. IKHi
tunc ui' ua-'s tm'i.
luiv uaK ua n-'1,
Atrruat UUVj Uu till
cokn No. a.
May nn; o 40
tune -Hi',, -to 4o
Julv 4on, 4"tJ 401,
O..TS No. S.
Mav :n m -"' SlU'i
June ati' ail's -',s
Clllc'Ailn, Aplil a.'. t'firk, lard anil ribs
raniicd tonluy aa follows:
lliflhest. Lowest. CloainK
Miias .'obk V to o
Mav 1.-1.70 ta so ia.no
lime 13. an 1J.7.1 la.TO
julv 13.711 ia.7ll 13.70
LRH V I no.
Mav n an n a7 n an
l ii in- n.ao U 4ii ii 4o
julv 11.4.1 (1.40 11.4.1
Si out Kin loo.
Mav B.3II n.so n:io
liinv B.40 B 40 .1.10
July 6.IHI (l.4tl n.47
Nkw V.ikk, April a.1. Cotton futures to
titty riuiKcil ua I'ullowa:
JliKheat. I.oweat. ClosiiiK.
April ll.lil 11 an ii. an
Muv 1IH4 11. an ll.HM
luni- I1.U.1 1I.M7 ll.Kti
julv 11.IM1 11.au II. till
Auiti-sl 1 1 113 1 1 a7 11 ail
SxptrmlK-r 11. a3 11. ao 11. ao
H3 H3, 841 s
III HINKHH NOTICI'.H.
Mllver Plated Ware.
In canters, Smioiis, forks mid knives,
sa'cial inducements arc la-ing ollercd
now. Roger' tripplc plated knives.
$1.7."i a-r set. Forks to match nl same
price. I'esert knives, $1,110 a-r set. A
splendid assortment of Weed & Morton's
plated ware, the liest goods made, are
ollercd at lowest prices. Crockery, glass
and cutlerv, very large stock and always
i he l kvest prices nt Law's, 57, o'J and
(il SuTiili Main street.
iTKcnd Xatt Atkinson S: Son's ad
vertisement. A beautiful farm for saleat
ii great bargain.
The Mountain Park Hotel, Hot
HprlllKH, N. C.i
Is firstelass in every particular, with
the la-st table in the South. Pure nnd
abundant water nnd crlcct sanitary nr
raiiL'cnieuts. The scenery is beautiful, climate much
milder than Ashcville, there la'ing no
harsh winds and no dust toirritnlc weak
throats nnd lungs.
The baths in marble pools nrc the fin
est in the world and the thermal waters
are an unexcelled sin-eilic for rheumatism,
gout, seiatien, nervous exhaustion nnd
all diseases ol skin mid blood.
Hxcellent physicians reside at the ho
tel. Trains leave Ashcville for Hot Springs
at T.ao a. in.. mm 7 n.
Hxcorsion tickets, including one day's
lioaro nt .Mountain Turk hotel, $4.ri0.
For rates etc., .-"Idress
Adv. W. G. Uooi.itti.k.
A Mew Hond lo IIHhh.
If vou nrc wise mid wish to la-come
linilttiv mid wcalthv also- vou will use
Roller King or Klcclric Liclit Hour: la-
cause the Ashcville Milling Company's
Hour I not only the last luit tlicehciia'st
Paint I Palult
The Avcrill Paint is the la-st. Outwears
all other. Ileautilul and economical. In
general use 25 years. Guaranteed. Sam
pic card tree.
FlTZPATHICK HkoS. & RollKNTSON,
New Ad vertlHciiicnta ToDay.
Wantkp l. n lloa 144.
Lost Major MclioweU'a.
I'll HSST (lwn West.
I'oa Hol.K (Iwin ttt Weal.
Oihiii IIOAttn 4H SpriitT HI.
FuK HAI.S Nntt Alkinaon K Hon.
Large, sunnv rooms with gom! hnnnl at
Matt. AI.ICK KliVN'lll.liH,
npraAtltf 4M Mprucc atreet.
i . . ui.i , -1.-1.. ...11.
Japaneae c'nln ntlnclii-fl. Kewanl If n-turueil
to Alajor AieiHiwen a.
Two bed mom with Itonnl fur uiittlrtniin
nnd wife with two i-htlilmi iiwrtl Hnntll
lcrna'tcnt. AOiIrcmi, wltb tcrmn,
nprHnddi HHntuI, Trnn.
ItrltfthtAit plnrr for ttmmrr. Prnmc hounr
mm rottmit mutMirlinn). Inrire orrhard, mi-
I ilrs, triu'hc, K-iirA, vhcrrtrii, icrnim, mtiun
tiln miiinif wmcr in iltrt. Inritr Imrn, rock
ilnlrv, tmNtumtfr fur UrKC numltrr of cown.
not irruTti. corn una vckvmuk mnu.
Now In the tlmr to rent It.
iiirlir.ti;it UWYN fit WBBT,
?()K HA LB.
Atkrrail tiarirnln. moit drlrnhle Urnr
lot on M n y wood atrcrt, 877 fret front. 1
urns, iiood frame house and outhuildlnaii,
with Inrur burn. Pine thrifty irrovt of onkn,
Iienutiriil lawn, maimlfirrnt view Near Mat
tery i'ara hotel. Apply t once to
aprilAdnt Halt Aicrnta.
A BcautlAil Farm
ADJOINING THE CITY LINE.
If ninillcatloa lai made ta ns atontt wi can
sell it A 0KBAT BAROA1N a bcsutlful farm
of 100 acres adjoining the corporate line of
the city. Haa nice Improvements, well set In
grass, with lint fruits, ax., Ac. Hon't over-
luok this opportunity.
NATT ATKINSON A RUN,
aprilflrilw Real Batata llenlers,
?l)K HA LB.
ntTllah secnnif hand aids bar top bttKujr,
very cheap. Add res w
Sir'J4d(lt Hlllaiile and Baat streets.
iniKniaj tin nam . .
hnuae auuare and Hwannanna hotel, a small
amn itar pin aet won iw,m ikkhii n ii
eral reward for Its return to
airiliut a. a. aanui,
A mmiai. mmtt tvceittimrnded woman a.
chambermaid or conk. Ootid service wanted
fur which liberal waxes will be paid.
8 dlit FIRST MAI IUHAW HARK.
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE,
CUTLERY AND I'LATEl) WARE,
LAMPS 01? ALL KINDS,
l'RENCll CHINA, Cl'T CLASS,
SOLID SILVER TAHLEWAKE AND
AND Tl'RKISH GOODS
IN GREAT VARIETY.
MY GOODS ARE IIEST GRADES, AND
I'RICES HIE LOWEST ALWAYS.
J. II. LAW,
57. 59 & H. Main SI.
ASIIIiVII.LK, N. C.
ASHEVILLE AND VICINITY.
SKETCHES IN OIL AND WATER COLORS
aa 8. Main St.,
npr IN il
CEMENT, LIME AND PLASTER
C. K. MOODY,
Oflitv No. 'Mi Putton Avenue.
Telephone No. 4-u.
Wiirchotiftv near Prcii;lit lepot,
I hnve made nrrnnnenunti to keep nnd
Hhnll soon huve a full toi:li of thvlwatliranilp
IMPORTED ENGLISH AND GERMAN PORTLAND
LOUISVILLE AND ROS NOALE CEMEN'S.
LIME IN BARRELS AND IN BULK.
ROOFING MATERIAL AND OTHER ARTICLES
IN THESE LINES.
My wnnhoiiiH- In now Iteini; Imll imljoimng
rnilroiHl truck nnd my stock partly here not)
urrivinK- I'ntll my own warchouM in tin
itthrtl I nhall occupy the Wrhitcr warchouK
I'artle unlnir them; nrttclm can nvt one cart
ac Iiy tenvliiK onlrm nt oilier nnd having
property ilvllvcrrd direct f renin warehnuw or
Iiy calling there for It
AKTIP1CIA1. 8TUNII V(NK niinlv name
AT AUCTION !
Beautiful KcHldeiicc Lots
UN LlllliKTV HTKUItT,
Friday. Hie of May.
On I'rlrtay, the 9th uf Mny, we will sell at
puhlie auetlon on the grountla fuur (4) la-nu
tiful reaiiltnee Int. un Lllarty atreet. Thla
atreets la parallel to Merrfmon avenue In
North Aalleville, anil la one of the nii-rat
atreet In Aaheville for a home, tfeveral line
houaea aoina; up now. Terma of aale ninili
kuown 011 day oranlc. Call anil let ua allow
you the proierty liefore ilny of aale.
NATT ATKINHON M HON,
nprll-Mils Kenl Katate llenli-ra.
Important Tax Notice.
All laraona who have not palil their tutea
for IMHli, and who do not ileal re thrlr pmi.
erty advertlaetl for same, van avoid thla
tmuhle and exiwnse by comlnK la and act
tlinx before May 1, Inihi.
N. A. KKVNoLliH,
' npr2-tIOt City Tn Collector,
pilK BALK CIIUAP.
Parlor Ault, T pieces, nlmoat na K'loil na
new. Also atuvc, ennira. lanit-a, ate , mv.
Apply at U7U I'ATTUN AVU
Ilavlnir rented the liavldann llotiae, on Col.
leice atreet, I will open the annie April 14 na a
iioannnK nouac. new lurnitnre inrouannut.
I. C. UMMIl.
Twn irentlemen bniirilers can n't accon'
aprlltdtf IIS I'lNB HT,
llnnilaomrlr furnlahed. a vrrv ilealrnble
realdenee. with alnliK-, iinrilen and fruit. l'o.
aeaaion aiven immcuiateiv. Adilreaa
apra-tdat Mil CHUHTNl'T T.
Ownera of Improved and unimproved prop
erliea dealHitK 10 aell at fair prices can prob
ably nnu ptlrvhaaera by enltlnit on
Real Ratnte llrokers, 'J and 20 I'atton Aye.
To rent for the aummer months a furnlahril
cottniie of four or Ave rnoma near the limits
01 Aaheville or llenileraonvllle, N C. Ad
dreaa 'A" P. o. Bos fl, L'harlcatun, S. C.
aprilil deod Bt
OOM WITH BOARD.
Two comfortable rnoma with board In Iw
nail at corner of Wooillln and Locuai atreets.
4110 to (loo sawed locuat post, for lath
enee. appir 10
apraadllt . A. THNNBNT,
SADDLB HOR8B HOR BALB.
A ladle.' .addle horae, will work In single
or nnunie naniea. apply 10
apriiadat D. , WATBON
Olllc Aaheville Street Railway Co,
apni n, mm,.
A .toekhntder.' m retina will be held at
office on the 7th day of May, I NVO, at noon
for tranaaetlon of .ach bsaloeaa aa may be
prenenten to it.
By order of Board of Directors.
B. M, JUNBit, Sot. and Traaa.
For Grate, -
For Stoves, -
BEST AJsTIIRACITE COAL
For Bale at VVIiok-Halc mill ketail Iiy
ASHEVILLE COAL COMPANY,
Kxcluaivc Ain la (liomcatlc and Sunm) lor Western North Cnrolinu.
II. T. COLLINS, I'resiilcnt.
ASHEVILLE ICE COMPANY.
I'liro Ico liinilc from Pistilk'd "Wuter. Uf!h: No. 80
"JUST ON THE
OF A IIIV BOOM, STANDS
Now is the Time to
Vou may think prirca nrc liiulil Hut they
Aahcvillc la the beat known, the muat bciiutifiil, the muat hciilthl'ul and the moat proirrcas-
ive city in this Stiile. Vou eiiiiiiot invcat your
III this Karilcn apot of the ntounliiiila.
Si inn- choice biiruniiia In city lota and auburlmn (iroiH-rtica can be hml by ciilliiiK nt our
JENKS & JEXKS,
Real - Estate - and - insurance,
Rooms) & 10, McAfee Block. a8 Fatton A' e Anlievlllc, N. 1'.
I.1IW1S MAIIIICX, I'm L. I. Mcl.lll'l
limicToas: Lewis Mniblux, M.J lu-nrdrn,
. II. Keeil. (Ico. 8. Powell. C.
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK,
C A PITA L, S5(),()()(). SU R PLUS, 815,000
State. Couuty'aiitlClty ;Dcpoltor.
ItoM m General Han kin if Himinraii. leHiiti received. ItxchaiiKC bouRht and moIU. Cot
lectionn made on all accvanihle (Hiint. The
On all sums In thii department. tli-Miitei lor
of 4 fter cent. er annum will lie paid.
Hnccial attention Kiven to loana un real entatc, which will be placed for Ions; time on mil
Open from 9 a. tn. to 3 p. m. On Sat unlay a the ttuvinu licpnrttnrnt will ljenpcnttll A p.m.
Only 8 Ml led from Atilieville on the A. & S. Railroad and
The iircnteat nunilier nnd vnricty of mineral aprliiua to be found in the 8outh.
48 Springs on Less Than 40 Acres,
Ohalyltente, Iron, miliihur, epattm, alum, nnd imiKnenin. Several very fine comliinntlon.
that are uwd in curinu intlifwiion, liver nnd kidiu-y tmtilile. ehmnie d'yteniery, ehroMtedva
pepnin antl chronic aiek headache. mc tmn recently ilevt-ltipetl in the umiu-'at tonic water
ever (mi nil. Many are buyitiK lot to build rt-tort ciittaui-M near the Himitu. I.ota nn-atdd
at nominal priic to atlvtrtiiw the pliuv ami the ntitiernl water. Hoard can lie nail at
$20 to $30 Per Month, or $i Per Day.
Reference, tenttmonlnli. vtc., can lie had lv writinu to the owner; or lie tier yet, anyiitu
Inti-reHted ft inviinl to come and try tin water iticat itiiprtivcaieiila will le made lunl.
TraiiiH Icive Ailieville nt ILo.". n. in. and return nt 7 p. m. fare lift trnta.
For further iuiorniation write to
OTIS A. MILLER,
f.1.1 1 ditm Skylaiid P. O., N. C.
(INK III' Tllll
Aa .'.- '
in Tim mn'Tii.
Street Cars pnaa the
lloor every IS
I XI i nJHSWT'TTi
G RE EXAVELL & II
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
ai7 Haywood Street
All WATER THOROUGHLY I ILTICHICO on the PreiulMC.
Twenty-five yenr. of practical eK-rlrncc, cunihlncil with I'Khkinai, attention tit all do
tall, of the bualneaa nnd pcrl'evt nrrnnuements lor ci.kam.inkss and rt'MTV uf all koihJ
manufactured, enable the proprietor to present to hla numerous putruna a auia-rlor clnas ol
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphons.
dinner Ale and all the vnrloua flavor, of MnliA VYATUK ready for ahipment and delivered
Irer In City llmlta, Out of town onlcrs.muat hnve KKai-oNSiiii.il reference,
C. U. CARIPBKLL.
Anhcvlllc, N. C.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Manufacturers and tieaier. In all kinds of Dmwd
Door, SaKh, Blind), ltlouldliiKt), Stalrwork, Mantel, Bank
and liar Fixture, and all kind of Building Material.
Hard Wood Lumber Work a Specialty.
PLUMBING, STEAM AND GAS FITTING,
TIN AND SLATE ROOFING,
ARCHITliCTinAL IRON WORK.
Plans and Specification Furnished on Application
W have thorough mechanics In each line who hart had many rear.' tspertenr In then
badness. W can safely guarantee our patrons satisfaction la our work, a low hiurc.
BALLARD. RICH & IIOYCE.
TMIt I.KAIIINO '
V .WINE . AND LIQUOR . STORE
FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.
j. At ha.qva.ot. m'rt. NO. 43 S. MAIN ST., ASHEVILLE, N. C
1 7iA' TiSEAWXTS.
Ii. E.HAUAN, Sixn-liiry
THI! CITY OF ASHISVILLK.
Buy Real Estate.
arc hound tn no higher, ua pnat cxia-rimcr Ima
ciipitul to latter iiilviiiitniic thiin riaht here
- t, Vii-e-l'rca. . U. RANKIN. Caahkr
M.J Parni, J. It. Knnkin.J. B. Kay, J. U. Recti.
May lat, laaa.
S.ivinu feature will receive icc.Ht attention.
four mot ha or longer, Intereat at the rate
.- FIVI5 MINI'Tiyi'
'-" IT' walk from court sr.
K- i .
' AVii .
Near PaiwciiKcr Depot.
jat'X mntmrt imm la.