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ASI1EVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: MONDAY EVENING, MAY 12, 1890.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
II. D. CHILD, business Manager.
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MONDAY. MAY 12, lsiio.
THK DA1I.V ClTIZKN
Is on snte nt the following ptucc. in Aslievllte.
v i i i.ii.-m i it-1' it. n.
IIATTUKY 1'AKK SHWS STANII.
til.KN KlICK NHWS SI'ANIl.
MllHKL CIlSAK STllKIC. I'uttiin Ave.
J. CAKSU.VS NliWS STOKK, North Court
PERTINENT AND PERSONAL.
SERVICES IN THE PRESBY
THE DECORATIONS AND THE NEW
New. About AMhevllllaiiM niirt ol
HtruniterH Wltlilu Our tialvH.
Colonel Coxc is at lilt Haltery Turk
Win. (.. Lunuli'V, of New York, is nt
the Mattery Park.
S. L. Smith represents liuuvillc, Va., al
I lie ('.rami Central.
li. V. Tliiiiiipsuii is at the liniuil Cen
tral Innn Metianc, N. C.
II. llirsh, ol'I'iinvillc, Ya., is reislereil
at the Battery I'ark.
I. Meyer, of New York city.
lend at the Swannanna.
J.W. reiniletiin, of Lhieaj;o, is iej;is-
lereil at the liattery I'ark.
Samuel Yotini;, of Sprinulielil. Ohio, n
registered at the tiranil Central
Y. A. Stewart, ol" I'hilailelphia, sient
Saturday at the dram Central.
1 here were liMi arrivals at the priuei
pal hotels yesterilav and Saturday
Mrs. and Miss Cliainlicrlaiii are at the
Swaiiiianint. Their home is in Princeton
Palmer Tillon, ot the I inteil Mates
artnv, is at the Swannnnoa lor a few
J. A. Chapman and II. II. .Martin art
at the ('.rami Central from the national
The man earners window at the post
ollicc is now oik.ii Iroiir.lto IK. in a. in. on
II. T. Wreaks, A. Kickanl and I. II.
I. vies represent Urooklyn, N. Y., at tin
Work was Kuan on North Main street
at the Farmers' wuicIioiim.- this morninj;
for tin? ne w pavement.
Mrs. A. C. Ilerriek ami Mrs. I.. I.. U-
wand, of Cleveland, are cuiuviiii,' the
hospitalities of the liattery I'ark.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Cardea and
TIiok. M. Cardea arc registered at Hat
ten I'ark. They are from i'liiladelphia
Marriage licenses have lieen issued ti
.. Y. ('oldsinith and Mollie.Miller and I)
II. l'enlaiid anil Mollie Way, all of Htm
The old Calholie elnaeh property on
Catholic hill will Iw sold on Wedmsil.n
to Mr. James l.oui'Iinin. The price is
Mr. I'. I). Koliinsoii, who has la-en
snilii the last two weeks at his for
mer home in Klroit, returned to the city
A sin n for the National Hank of Ashe
ilk- is la-inij painted on the window ol
the store now occupied liy Kaysnr
Mr. A.J, Knijes, who is to take cliarj-c
of the Hay wood White Sulphur Springs
Hotel, has Ik-ch enj-HKid as organist at
the Culliolie eluireh.
Sherifl Keynolds to-day sold a cow Ik-
ImiKiiiK to John White to satisfy an at
taehment in favor of I. M. Voiinij. Tin
tow lirniiyht $lrt.
Citv Marshal Kankin, of Franklin, is
in the city. He it on his wnv home from
Kalei-'li, ha v ill ( escorted some prisoners
tit the latter place.
A handsome invitation card askin-: Tilt
Citizi s to Iw present at the eomuicnce
inent exercises of I lavhlson College, has
liecn nveived. The class ntnnU-rs 1H,
The New York Dramatic company,
which npars at iern Hall for three
nights, licuiniiiit-; on the l.i, lias n rcpor
loir of the most Mipularplnyi of theilay
A party of Hostonians isat the Ilatterv
I'ark. Their names are Mr. and Mrs. II
8. Carruth, Clias. I. Swan, and Misses
lillen and Almira Swan. They Arrived
A Hcriiioii Multulile to the Own
hIoii liy the Reverend W.
Hi I, llryilll.
Services were held in the I'resliyterian
ehtireh yesterday moriiin-; for the first
time since the repairs were Ih-khii. The
new orj-an has heea put up and the inte
rior of the church handsomely frescoed.
The Kcneral iiround work of the decora
tions is of huff and the side walls are of
terracotta, (in the walls there is u hor-
ilcrinu of hands of peacock hhic, olive and
jilt. The curved portion lictwceu the
ceiling and side walls is in j-radiiatcil
tones of jieacoek 1)1 ue, and tliemoiililuHis
around the windows arc very liht hull'.
I in either side of the pulpit arc panels ol
leeier terracotta, with I'lenr-de-l.is tie-
sif-ns in f-old. The general cll'ect is mod
est and unassuming, nut is very pretty.
The organ, a description of which has
dreacly apKared, was played by Mr. 1".
I., Jaeolis, and has a sofluessof tone that
is exquisite. The eongregation was tie
lighted with the instrunieut. Kcv. W. S.
I'. Hryan, the pastor, preached to u large
gathering, Iron! the text: "Now therefore
ye are no more strangers and foreigners,
hut fcllow-eitizeus with the saints, anil
f the household of Cod: and are huilt
upon the foundation of the apostles and
prophets, Jesus Christ himself lieing tin
hief corner stone; In whom all the
The third truth is this: Though they
arc many and different parts, and all are
necessary, they are not all seen. Far up
in the roof there arc nails that we can
not see, but each has its own sieeial
work to perform. It may lie that you
and I arc like these nails, and pass
through the world unknown to nil cx
eept the Divine architect.
The fourth truth is the building ilself
The temple has a distinct purpose. We
would regard it us on indignity il it were
proposed to use this house as a market
house, an o-x-ra hall or n residence. Il
is opened for a few hntiisiliuiugthc week
and the rest of the time is kept sacred
Thus it is with you. It is intended that
the temple, of which yon are a part, shall
lie kept sacred as a dwelling plaee ol Ood
If it is desecrated t'.od withdraws. Let
us sec to it that we are not tainted, and
that wc hold our human relations all
subject to our divine relations.
That temple is not complete yet. It
has been liiiilding for 0,0(10 years and
will keen on for ages and ages. The
uucstion is, what part of il arc wc
Are we living stones? It may lie that
wc arc aad it if.iy Iw that we are not,
hut nre of no sliaH? to 1h- used and are
useless to ourselves and anyone else.
Friend, if it is that way with you, will
you not to-day submit to the chiseling ol
the Divine Mason, and, instead of being
useless, take the place that (iod has pie-
pare I for vou in the divine temple. Let
us submit to the chiscliiu", hard though
it may Ik-, and Ihvoiuc a part of the tcm
pie forever and forever,
''lie Locution lor the New l'oun
I!i:nii KsoNviu.K, May 10
Kditor Citizen : Accordm-; to previous
notice, the citizens ol the towunssemolcil
in the court house at '.I p. m. to-ilav. The
0111111111-; ntiv iratnetl toueiner urowelli asscuioiy was eanco co orucr oy ins iiou
unto an holv teniiile in the Lord: i or Mayor ictor Ilynmn. On motion,
nr. k. n. Lewis was eieeien cnairmau
whom vc also arc buildcd together forau
habitation of Cod through the Spirit."
Kphcsiaus i.': I'.l-l'L.
These words,"said thesieaker, "are a
testimony to the practical power ol the di
viae grace. The whole chapter is an cx
position of grace, and the keystone per
haps is contained in the Nth verse: 'For
by grace are yc saved through faith.
( nc of the effects is the naturalization
that took place concerning the ICphe
sians. Hv birth, thev were strangers to
(oil. They were heathen idolaters, ami
were barred from the house ot Cod. Thii
lasted l-o( I years, excluding the Ivphe
sians and others, but now wc are made
me. "Ye arc no longer strangers and
loreigners." You arc admitted to the
innermost places of Cod,
A wouderliil temple was in process ol
erection then, and it is worthy of oui
study this morning, as we return to ours
to-day, after a short absence. Not be
cause the two are alike, hut on the con
trary because they arc unlike, and there
is such a contrast. The plans of that
temple was detailed In-line the founda
tion o the world, and it was U-irg built
after the plans that needed no eorree
lion or alteration. 1 lie material was
not as the material of this day, stone
brick and wood, and the erection was
not aiundid by the noise of the hammer
and saw. The material was not deail
clay, but it was the living souls of men,
and it was the living temple of Coil.
The temple was also unlike this one, in
that il was proof against decay. All
householders know that decay begins
immediately, and that repair constitutes
n distinct element of cx-nsc in a house
This temple is subject to no such pro
cess and no decay. The walls will last
lorever. Tins will lie a habitation ol
Cod in the spirit. It would be well for
us this morning to study the truths
of this temple. The first is that the
foundation is the prophets and the
aHistles and that Jesus Christ is the cor
nerstone. Let us understand distinctly
what is meant when it is said csus
Christ the prophets and the apostles are
the Inundation. It means that the foun
dation is not ancient myths nor the re
mil M. W. l-lgcrtou, Ivsii., secretary.
The object of the meeting wnscxplaiuct!
hy Mavor llvmati to lie the location ot
the public fountain.
A motion was made by Thus. . Kick
man, liso., that the fountain lie located
in the centre of Main street opposite the
court house. It was discussed thorough
ly, hv Messrs. W. A. Smith, T. J. Hick
man, J. Williams, C. M. Pace. I', li. Hras
well, S. . Pickens. T. C. Israel, Dr. Al
len and Jos. Merrimon.
Mr. It. F. Posey said he voiced the
opinion ol the county commissioners
when he said that thev gave their fret-
consent to the use of the north end of the
court house square for the fountain.
A motion was made toposlionc action
lor one week. Lost.
On the call for question, it was carried
So we are to have a fountain in front ol
our court house.
On motion ol S. Y. Pickens, F.sq., a
committee of three, Messrs. T. C. Israel,
K. I. Harnwell and P. Iv. Hraswell, were
ipiHiiutcd to locale the loimtain. The
mining then adjourned.
( hi stepping into the Alpine House to
la), wc find still further improvements,
flic iadies' narlor wc found clceantlv
furnished and ieciiliurly well loeateii.
I lie new ilinmg-rooni is a thing ol tH-aiitv
mil looks inviting to the hungry soul.
even without a dish of food on unviable.
The water works commissioner, Mr.
P. li. Hraswell, treated us this afternoon
to an exhibition of the mssihilitics ot
the water supply. A hose, titty feet Ion,
was allac hut to the Imlranl in trout oi
the court house and a stream was throw
sixty tret high. And this was done with
only fifteen inches of water in the reser-
vo'-. When the lull depth of eighteen
lecl is olilaineil, what may we not ex
iieet ? IIi.mii:ksovii.i.i-:.
Kie l: villi:. May 1 1, Is'.hi
1 he annual commencement exercises
of Yaiiglinti academv were held Friday
evening and relleeteii much credit on the
thcient teacher. Miss lleltic Mclaiuii-
Ih-II. I he hall was more than eomlort
ably tilled nnd the frequent rounds of ai-
lilause showed that those present appre
eialeil the efforts of the scholars. The
program consisted of essays, ileelainn
lions niiil dialogues, interspersed with
l'ooiIIv number nf vocal nitivs. This
school has Ikvii in continuous session ti
nine mouths and the results obtained
have Ik-cii quite satislaetory.
Ivightecu bananas is what an Asheville
young man ate on a wager Saturday
night. The feat was accomplished at
Powell & Snider's and half a dozen wit
nesses will swear to the laets,
Hllver Plated Ware.
In canters, spoons, forks and knives,
SH.'eial inducements are Ix-ing offered
now. Rogers' tripple plated knives,
$1 .75 ier set. Forks to match at same
price. Desert knives, $!.!!( tier set. A
splendid assortment of Keed & Marlon's
plated ware, the liest goods made, are
offered at lowest prices. Crockery, glass
anil cutlery, very large stock and always
the likvest prices al Law's, .17, oil and
(11 SiAUh Main street.
ASHEVILLE ANO VICINITY.
Ice for HeiiHoii i8uo.
On and after Mav 1st ice will lie deliv
ered only for easii or tickets. Tickets
may be obtained at our ollicc, No, :io
Piitton avenue, and will Ik- strictly cash.
Asm: vu.t.i: lei; ami Cu.yt. Co.
The Mountain Park Hotel,
HprlllKH, N, Cm
Is firstelass in every particular, with
the U-st table in the South. Pure and
abundant water and perfect sanilarv ar
rangements. The scenery is lienutiful, climate much
milder than Asheville, there I icing no
harsh winds and no dust to irritate weak
throats and lnnga.
Tin baths in in, , role pools arc the fin
est in the world and the thermal waters
are an unexcelled sKvilic for rheumatism,
gout, sciatica, nervous exhaustion and
all diseases of skin and hi I.
l-.xeellent physicians reside nt the ho
tel. Trains leave Asheville for Hot Springs
at i.Ilii a. m., -LIKi and 7 o. m.
lixeursion tickets, including one day's
board al Mountain Park hotel, $f,."i(l."
For rates etc., rddress
'b'e. W. C. Dooi.iTTl.l-:.
A New Hand to IIIIhm.
If you are wise and wish to become
healthy and wealthy also, vou will use
Kollcr King or l-lecirie Light Hour; Ik-
cause the Asheville Milium Lomnauv's
flour is not only thelx-st but tllccllcupcsl.
Paint t Paint I
The Averill Paint is thcliest. Outwears
all others. Heautiful and economical. In
general use years. Cuaraiilccd. Sam
ple card tree.
rvlv'Thc West Asheville Improvement
Co. will nil L'J head of crsev cows at
Sulphur Springs Thursday 1.1th al pal
ucsaic. ,t iso a line Registered Hull
years old. -, C. Cakkiiji, IVcs,
jj H. main tit
iilir is il
I.ISMl.l.l: l.inville linpriivenH-nl Co.
I on So h C. S CnoiHr.
l-'.k Sirs Ciikai' li. I-:. H.
Si. I. IH-CAMKHA IXIIIIII1ii.
Noiici: Win M. Cocke, jr.,
Xotk l; liiltiuinil II. Norvcll
HIIII Another Addition.
The liattery Park hotel is to Ik- made
still larger. Architects arc now engaged
in planning for a l.'o room addition, to
Ik built over the rear part of the building,
still of human minds, but the prophets I The cost of the work will Ik- forty or fifty
andaKistlcs such as Paul anil Moses thousand dollars. The building is to be
n ml others. Their historical abilities are completed by the iqiciiiiigof next win
xcelleiitty proved. I ter's season. This addition is rendered
If classic history had Ikvii subjected to necessary by the increasing crowds that
such n criticism as these have had to uu- come to Asheville, a large numlier ol
lergo, the writings of such great men us whom were compiled to leave during
Livyund Cicero would have Ik-cii cast I 'he past senson on account of the insulli
aside. These do not follow human tradi-1 eieney of the hotel aeeoinmodntions
lion, but their works were written under I There is no question uhoiit its being
the guidance of the holv spirit. Icsus success financiallv.
Christ is a distinct test of religion. Wc
have numerous bodies calling themselves
religious and Christians, hut what is a
Christian church? It is one having
Christ lis its foundation, told anv other
is not a church of Christ.
The Major's Court.
Cat Johnson was found drunk on the
streets yesterday and run in the eala
Ihiosc. While there he discovered n hole
in the ceiling that led to the roof and
few minutes Inter he sat with lus leel
Heal KHlate TraimrerM.
C. W. Hemphill nml others to (1.
V. Jenkins, MH ucreson Lower
J. (1. Low nnd wife to A. L. Jinks,
house ami lot on Chestnut
II. F. Kawls nnd wile to C. T.
Knwls. lot on Hill street 4.10
C. T. Knwls to 0. V. Candler, lot
on Hill street IIIH)
The church thnt makes so much of form braced against a chimney nnd entertain
and ceremony, nnd where Jesus Christ is ling n crowd of interested siwctntors
not known except inn sort of idolatry, For fully fifteen minutes he nddressrd
is not the kind sKikcn of here. So with himself to his audience nnd finally officers
regard to our icrsoiiai religion, the same I Hunter ami McDowell went up after him
t. ing noun true. c may revere Christ and put him in the solitary veil. This
and yet not consider him the corner morning lie was before the court and was
stone. Wc build tip our own religions discharged. Martin McKnighl, a colored
and Christian works.nnd instead of hnv- man wns fined $.". (or drunkenness.
inu him as n foundation, think he will
nsrsci. nr wirv
Ciiicaiio, May 19 The following la the
On Week's) Work.
The amount of matter mailed nt the
make a good ornament nml put him in the
highest place, where he serves lis o cap nnXkmZVMTaini
Stone. ,. "'Kliest. Lowest. ClnslnK.
. ...... I " ,fn, nu. m,
A house that is limit Hint way is on a I M
I sandy foundation, nnd will fall. Jesus July."!
I t l .l,. M,,PHM a I. I A tool. t
Al.. I....I .InwI Inlli., lutvu. tir II,,. I . :.. .
P"" nil.!........ ...... ,-. i stone iK'ing h.ni, your own works will I May.
wcea cniiiiig mi. moriiiiiH mv v. follow nml without thnt it will fall to 1
as follows: I n,. t il,. .......... .i,.... ,i.. Auuu.t
NI-yilKN. IM1NTAIIK. I m. . I IIATS HO. B.
letters ll,:tt7 $a.12.17 w,l ,,: 1 " 1 ""' 1 must oc wuiu, am;
I'ostiils"!"!!!"""!!"""""" l!M h!h1 Jcshs Christ is not the whole building of July.
Ud, Ud, 4th class matter.. 5,0-IJ 1. 07 I faith, but is merely the corner stone, nnd I Ciiii-Aon, May u. I'ark, lard ami rib.
you and I nrc stones in the walls. r"n""1 " fffiVS: Lowest, Clo.ln.
The second truth for us to notice is Mnv.;.:.A...V....... i J.Tti run
this : Though comHisl of many stones, J.'!" ? I'i! ! i Jul
it is nut one building, or reversed, though i.ano y loo
(im iiait an i,
U4 ti j i, ui ;
ii'i ii it 1141,;
nil mu, wiv
n4i, B4i, n4
a n4 a
ar.i4 H4'(, nni
ao4 aat an
am, an jii.ij
aiiM. ani am
May Coma lo Aahevllle.
At a meeting recently held In the Inter
est of the South Atlantic Presbyterian
University, Key. Dr. John S. Wadkins, of
hut one building it iaconiiosecj of many
stones. It Is not a mere mass nf brick
une n.aa n no
uly .a 0.4O
nlliiKT Kins ft ion,
n.47 b n
I a 7n
Knleigh, wns n delegate front the North J and stones, but put together In the build-1 Msy
r , i C ... ! I t f - l I ! .,!.. .. I. . I ... I Jlint
unroiiua i resnyteriun synou. lie nHH ihu nun nuj urniniiiu luveiner. iwien julv..
returned and tnyt th tTnivernit wilt lie Hone hun a plnce mid fills it. Noticttoo, "JSJi fomTw,.1!,",CoUo,, ftltur" to
Mtamishcd, ana very proimmy at Aiuin- cniccniiMR inc iuicreni pnrtH, i ney an Mfl
Uor Ailtcviltc, and thnt ft will be to the have different placed nnd no two are hint
derbilt University li to the Methudnt I arc not alike, and each one hai a differ- aeinm,icr,
church I ent place to fill.
Hltfhrtit, l-tiwmt. Cln-tnn
J sf.MI 1 1 w 1 1 .,
HUM II W lilt
1'J.OO 1I.UA II. UA
11.40 u. tie ii.se
nTlt'K TO Til U CITIXIiSH UV ASH C
iun-ji4 nt 11 rt'Uiilfir nn tinu of tin- tiimnl
ui AiiitTimn of thf vtty, m Oh- Im),
April. 1-'mi, nt whu'li tiUA-linu the l-niu-
llntJHl Vnlli'V Knilrillltl L'iiiiiIijihv numsln!
im- iimKc i-riminu ttnn iiniu tiTtftin
Mixtii in im- rilv. Aim n unim. nt 11 nuIi
vtm iil nut tiim of the Hourtl u Al.lfriiun 11
rcvniiiiiun wuH iiinmvii iim-viiui: thnt nn
rillirollll l-OIIIIIItll V Hlfthllll IIIIV hliv leiie
ohnulil ifivc tmlilu-11 111 iii-1.1 tin miiiu-.
Now. llurvturr. tintitTi ltt-n-li (jivcn thnt
on I'riiliiv c vvnitiu mm nt the n-Kiiliir nitt t
my nl the llimrtl Alilermrn ol' thetitv u
bihi-vitle. the l-n-mli linutil Vnil. v Kuittoml
'oillimiiy will n-tit-w ilH miiilu-ntiiiii lor riihi
I ; tliroui:!! the citv MtM-,titf through
io n uiiik 11 Hnion i inv loiiiiwnik; mru tH
Sotihilt' nvcniH. S.'iuli Miiin. Vitlti-v. ol
'rue. Wooiltin nml Ititili-f mm-iM, M.rrmii.ti
avtiue, North Minn Mmi.nrn iurt:iui n
t.'himh. Willow nml :it(T ntn-et. I ntiiin
iivviiueoiia w ti m tn inei. ni iroiu mirvc'
" HH'I lll""l fit.
t M. M. CO KH. K..
niny l.Uliii.in iie-l'ri. T. II. V.' K. K.
ny virnie ura uwii nf trust ixvmnl to m
on 1 in- .-iHt anv 111 .tiiitust, IHHil, l.yj. A
Uriiniinoiiil nii.l l-'liini I.. Iirunitnnnil, hi:
ile. In wcurr in,- iiiivm.nt ul the sum ol
HlKhl lluiiiln-il nml Srxriil v-S.-vrn Imllnrs
nun niny-1 nrf e .-ins. im nnn Inlen-st nt
IN r out. from siiiil ihite. I will i.ni r lor suit
to lite hlKlu-sl ImiI.Iit Cor enh, nt the court
house ilimr In the city of Asheville. on the
I tlh 1l.1v til June. I win. 11 ivrlmn .li.v 1.1
pnrvel of liinil,sitiinti-it on iillvv sirei-l in Ihr
cllv of Aslleiille, iirtl,-ii nrlv' iliscrilH il in
siihi iieiii 01 irusi, ri-ifislt-n-il in the Hi'Kistrr
...Mv (f, r. ,. ,, ,J,V
?(IK MAl.t: CAIil'.
nsx niniitiiir ili..t.LTn.lili- .moiIi. u.mmI n
irw.v.n.. v......... is 111 sen mr si v.ihi ensh
Allures. 11. h.,
liuiyiail.tt I'. 11 tins B7.1, Asheville.
rIK KKNT (IK I'lIK SaTIT
A new seven-room hmisr on liullrl.k stncl
won niiMit-rn lllllir.ivi-llli'iils. 1 rruis rnsy.
mnyllillw J. M. CAM I'lllil.l.
A saw mill mnn tnenntrnit In snw nliniit
liiMnni leel III IH.Itlur It. us m.h. M..I...I..
AIMiiy 10 iiahiii.ii liin ill.ltllAV,
maylot 41 dpruoe street
A sernnn hnml nu.nrjr snn- ami une nnlr
liintiurm M-nies. linuiiire ul
C. H. COOPHR,
Or KICI.LV HTRACIIAN
BM PATTllN AVI1NI II
AllOt'T THIi WOHLU
OX A SUNIJEAM.
V. HI. C. A. Idnrs Hall
WcdiifHday, 14, mil O'clock.
Views from Kniilanil, Irtlnnii, m-nilnnil,
The Khlne, I'nrls, Venire, Hume, Athena,
Spnln. Asia anil the Uaat, with natural seen
ery n-um the w Hits of America. lleneAl of the
I'rre Klmltriinrtens. Ailmlsslun AO Cents
SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1890,
Al ia O'clock.
The iKioitlful irnierty In West Knit over-
liiuklnii the Hrench llrusd river, known as
lias hern sulnllvlileil Intn thirty. two mat
Iriinnt rrslilrnet hits, anil will Im sutil at
pulille sin-lion on Snlnnlny, May 17, latio,
at la o'cliH-k on tht folio wln terms 1 One
fourth each, balance In equal Instnlttirnts In
Is twelve and eighteen months with a r
Walt fnr tht sale. Uo tn It, and take ail-
vantnitt of an optiortunlty to secure liesu.
nil tinme. fnr ftirther partlculara aiily to
CEMENT, LIME ANO PLASTER
C. IC. MOODY.
luliie No. ;io fntion Avenue.
Ti'h-phom' No. -to.
Wureliuust- near l-'n-iitlil IK-iot.
I have iiituli- iirriiii:i-iiit'uts to kit p nml
nhnll soun have u lull stock ul tin- lust liruiiils
IMPORTED ENGLISH AND GEI1M4N PORTLAND
LOUISVILLE AND ROS.NDALE CEMENTS.
LIME IN BARRELS AND IN BULK.
ROOFING MATERIAL AND OTHER ARTICLES
IN THESE LINES.
My wilirlloiise Is now lnillK liulli nillniniilK
riillroiiil trnik anil my stovk imrlly lure ion!
arrivillti- t'tltil my nun wniehouse is tin
isheil I shall iiix-uiy the Welisler unnhousr
I'nrtli-s usiinr these urtivles villi save onei-art-.-ur
liy liaviim onlrrs nt oiliev noil hnriiit:
liroinrtv ililivirnl illrn t from wiirehousi- or
liy i-nlliiiK there fur it.
AKTII ICIAI. STHNH WllKK llla.lv sami
ASHf VILLE AD VEKTISUMBNTS.
ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1890.
TERMS STRICTLY CASH WITH ORDER
In nttantitii-s not less than one ton nt dietary
In iunntilirs not less than one half ton at factory...,
Iloo putulils, 1(0 tli-ki-ts, 10 iiniiiuls eai'll
TOO ' as ' a.1 " "
7.r.o " 1.1 " nil " "
IOOO 10 " Kill " "
4nc, fH-r liumlrcd.
Ticket, now on sale nt the olliee of the
No iec will In- ili-livert-il without ensh or tickets.
Asheville Ice & Coal Company.
Telephone No. 36 and 40. No. 30 Patton Avenue.
J1XLICO COAL AT RETAIL.
For .rate, . . S5.00.H For Stoves), ... 94.50.
J3EST AlsTIIllACITE COAL
I'ur sale at U'hulisule and Ketnil liy
ASHEVILLE ICE AND COAL COMPANY,
Telephone 36 and 40.
lixi-limlvc Audits (Iiouiestic and Strnm) for Western North Carolina.
MiWItt MAIIIIUX. I'l
L. P. McLtlt'l), Viee-I'res.
. K. KANKIN, Cashier
Iukkctiws:-U-wls Mnililux. M.I lw.inlen. M.J. I'nxif.J. B. Kankin, J. B. Ray, j. B. Real
h. II. Keed, lieu. 8. I'owcll, C. M. McLoud.
- WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, -
iirKaniscd May 1st, inhh.
C A P I T A L, S5( ),000. SURPLUS, $15,000
State, County and City Depository.
lines n la-neriil llnnkinv llnsincs. IH-poslt. received. Itichnniir boiiitht and snld. Col.
lections made on all ncccssil.lc points. The Savins Feature will receive snccinl nttentiou.
Dntill sums in this department, deposited Inr four mouth, or limner. Interest nt the r..i.
of 4 ier cent. kt annum will lie pn..
Special attention iriven to tonus on real estiitc, which will be placed for limit time on real
()ien Iriim 0 a. in. to 3 p. m. on Snturdays the Savlnx liepnrtinent will hcuK-ntill il p.m.
Only 8 Mi let from Atthevlllc on the A. & 8,
An iii'livc mail lnr I'lith f.ti"ti. Snlarv 7.'
ti $imi, tu liH-iilly rvprvM'iii it itinvt-wMlul N.
. i iMupaiiv iiintr)HiratMl to Niipnly lr
i iiiihU, I ItilliHtc, MitHK, lfwrlrv, ftc, ! iMti-
inner at cost. AUn a l.mtv of tail. Halarv
Hi, toMirnll iniinlHrtt (ii,(mio iu.w inrillnl
.iiki Kioii.iiiMi itniii in i Kelt rr n it'll fkchaiii
ol. liinpm- Cti-iipiraiivr AKWH-iaUun, uritl-
II WCII t a It'll I l.tH'H HOK lilll, . v.
ian'.'M illy Tn.
The rrntctft mimlicr nml variety of mtnrrnl upritiKu to Iw fiiuml In the South.
48 SpringM on Less Than 40 Acres,
ChiilylH-ntc. Iron, sulphur, cpsom, alum, and mntmesln. Severn! verv Bne nimMmtliinN
that an- used in ciirlna indiKestion, liver nml kidney tro.il.lc. chronic d vsentcrv, chrnnl.-.lv
'veV hMin'.'l ' Mnnvn' l,,1'",ln,'V''; '.'"f "l,"jn" reeenlly develo,m is the Itrrntc'st tonic water
at nominal prices to advertise the ,T7icc and the mineral water. Hoard can lie had t
$20 to 9 jo Per Month, or $1 Per Day.
K. lcrem-cs. testimonials, etc.. ran lie hint liy writinit to the owner; or lietter yet. anyone
summer inviu,j to come nnd try the water. Great Improvements will be muilc nest
Jj'"'? n".! A"h,'v,"f ' " "' "" return at 7 p. m. fare SS cenU.
VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY
My virtue f nuthitrity vented hi tUncvirvi
K. i, tinaut liy n it rtaia Untl in lruli'i't'iiul
ay i i. ati(iaitT umi wnc, is. a. aaiiitur.
iaieil the 'Jth tiny ul' Jiau-, A. I. Inkt, uihI
rti:iti'r-U tn ihc Htjiiui,i.i.lln.t'tii MuncunilM
cnuittv in ltak In. iKiurfi74: anil liv virtut
il authtiiity vttitliii V. W. llariianl hy a
vrtaia iKcil iruia Haul T. I. Vaniiiliir antl hi
taiil uiU tlaittl iKl 1-4. 17, ami niPit ml
in Kaal kfutolt'i ultuv in ltik uu, niiurHiH,
itm thi-r with u ilii'laratioti ( trut tf tlu
aal W. W. Harnaril Utilaittl tlitrt-in ilattd
K ttiiK-r ii7, 177, ami rt uiirrx-il tnnaitlttla-r
in Hick 1 1 nf niortuni:t-M ami cIitiIk in trunt
at muv ; mill U nvtTt.iiiioihi'rtktiJlrtMti
thr :nil I . I. aiitiihUr ami hin ttaiil wife tu
anl W. XV. Itarnanl lat-d tKlulnr i!U,
17. ana riuitrrvii in naul niiui in Huuh
in, iti;i- "o.'l, tiK thi-r with a iltvluratimi ul
ttiitt Hiii'iv tnrrvun ny inc miiii n . . iiiirn
.ir.l.lau.l the 14th ilnv ul txtulrrt. A. li.
17, nail r KtntiTiil in tut it 1 ilii hi Uuok 1 1
il iitiiituauin nml HtTiiN ul tru-si, paiie ,(
iihI hv iriur ul uiithurity vcntttl in J. A.
.'una at hy u it-r tat a ilttd in tru-temtvutitl hy
tut Pitiii i. i. itiii iinvr iiiiii mi amii Hi',
lattil ihe mvi mil ilnv ul Nuvi-ntlKT. Ihk,
ami rvKifti-rvtl in wiitl uilu-r In Ituuk uf murt
Jimv anti ilwtle in trul .No. II. iiaifr 47i.
iih well an hy virtut' uf any authority he may
haw hy mtiuin ul thv tltvtl in trtiwi timt h!hii
tiu-ntiunril. (the wuitl T. 1. Vunt littler nml w lit
tavinu liuhil tu liny the moiiim mianti uy
nili :ml every ul unitl iheil in truwt ami
Itttl nml tkxlaratlutitt ul I runt llien-un
Kiriliim tu their nevi-rul iifuvittitinn, nml tin
waul iiuntetH having attired uimmif thtiti
Hlvt un ti the iriiiritu ul thv varum
ikhttt Mt'und ntl an tu the iimiier ihviamn
if the M-iverthi if thv nale nf thv
ttmln lu-reinaiter ihiKrllKtli. the nam item-.
vti vf K. Cimaiit nml tne twitu v . v. iiantanl
tail ihc mini J. A. Imiaut, trutlrm in miitl
tinU in t units, nml t kit In nntl titilaratiumt ul
trait thv re tin. will veil nt imhllc uuvtum ltr
noli nt the vuurt iitiumr iitair in tne illy ul
onrvinc at u o cimn ni. un inc otm u .y in
Mat. A, 1. I huh. a ct-rtiiin tiieee or unreel ul
iiiml in theelty uf Anhevtlle, euuuty ut Hun
tun lie nnd Htute .if North CnmhiiM. on the
t.uth Kiilvui Culleur tttrvet. nnd un the went
iilv uf i avnhtun ntrevt. imludiiiK the elt unnt
hrivk reniilcnce tmw mTUmil liy nnttl T. I.
Vniitiiltler. nntl the Mnhtra anil Me vera I ailhi.
ant hit havk uf it, huumletl na fulluwN; tin
Ihe nurlh hv Cullrue atreet. un the enat la
I n vitlntin atrevt, uu the auuth hy l.awlt atrevl
intl un ttie went hy the Jail lot nml the A. 1'.
linvhlMin lut. now I'm k a At the an me time
iihI iiluee the wild . W namaid will aeil wt
at 1 1 lie auction lur euah a la rue lut ul hoti
hoh I nnd kit hen lumtture umler the nuthor-,
itv ul the tltttl iruin anal Vantlihlrr ami wile
tu Itarnanl hrat ami ahuvv nieutlnm-il anil
the ikilarallMn ul trut made thvreun aa
nfurvaaiti Aianh -'a. imio
t'.li.NliVllvVli K.CiiNANT, Truatec.
J. A. vtiA. r, T run tee.
V. W. It A K.N A KU, Truatec.
OTIS A. MILLER,
Skyland P. O., N. C.
ONi; OF THIS
Family Hotels in
lsest laiiiilv Hotels in the Snuff..
SERVICE AND TAI5LE FIRST-CLASS.
Five inimiti's' walk from Court House. Stitvt niiK iih.sk
tlioiloor I'vi'r.v tiu miiiutoH.
I'nr terms aitdnss
II. J. GRlvENWliLL, Proprietor.
AhIivvIIIv, N. C. Near Pattaciicrpr ltrru.1.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Munulm turvrs nnd Ik-ulcra la all kinds of liRsard
Door, NhhIi, RIIiicIn, MouldiiiKH, Ntairwork, UlailtcU, Bank
ana war ixturcn, and all klndM of Building Material.
Hard Wood Lumber Work
nor 14 til y Telephone No. t6.
V. I WahiiiiI'hn, I'n-sldent.
V. H c.iiiiiiks, Viee.l'resldent.
W. M. Asiimiisk, SSrvretnry.
Al.hx. Ali.is.ik, Treasurer.
IIUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION,
Home O fllcc I KNOXVILLK, TKNN.
Authorized Capital, - - 825.0(K).0(K)
LOCVI. HOARD AT ASIII-VIM.I-:
At a luiritiiln, or 8 Milk Cows. Apply Ih--
tween il nnd 3 u'clin-k at
Imii ctinrliiltr Stmt.
Krslsleml Jersey Hull fur service, I'rliT
S.'l imi, itunrnnteed. mnvH dtf
Hul ls, I'resi'lent.
. MiC.htv, Vlce-I'
Tumi. V. Tkhmki.i., Hce. tit Trcua,
I'. A. CI uaiKiis, Atturney.
MANAGED SOLELY BY ODD FELLOWS, BUT MEMBERSHIP OPEN TO ALL
lmls full face vnlue nf stuck al .I. i . .
V HMVim-nl .II...1. n..l I..II.. .....I ... . .1 . I-.'".
I...... wi. .im. .n wnit-n
Farmers and Truckers
Take Notice !
hnvc twititeil lull llusliels of HWIiltT I'll-
TATllltK. Hy I Ik Ifttli uf May I shall lie pre.
pared tu supply Ml. I I'M in any iuantlty. Call
at Ihe tieds nl my resldemv mi Itenver limn
ruiul In Knniuth. r leave nrdrrs nt (I. I.. ,lc.
liMiinld'. una-rry .lure. Nil. 17 Muulli Xlnin
mrti, .iriier. ny nail suui-tieil.
1-riiT at lieds. aue. ir iihi rrlrc In Ashe
vine, mic iH-r in". Aimrcss
mav-A ilUw mnn we frl
II. f. I.IIM1.
I'im-s a urnernl Imstness.
ni.inililw I...... 1. 1..
.H..nm. mvw. mtm rally iwhi n stin k un which -- ui.
. i.iiniiiiieiriii.ipaliliiul.les In seven vears. ieH..lts mav lie with7lrnn will
. . .. L " . . ' . "'I l K-r yen r a un run tiid . All securities deiHisitrd with three NHll.i.lnl
........ ... i rusices. i-ur lurtlicr nartlcu nr. cn II un
N. T. HOWARD, State Agent.
dttnarlil I Mlitv fur a few ilavs nt Tnylur. Iluuis Ar Hrolherion-. m ati i. ........ . ...
Dealer) In Wall Paper, Window Sbadestaiid Patent UauBcr,
I'alnls, tills and Varnishes, Ma.ury's Mlied I'alnu and Colors. Window tllaw, bulk
French and Americas
KiiKllfth and French
0ARDIN6 AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNO LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS,
No, 441 1'rench llroad Avenue.
MRS. BURGWYN MAITLANO, PRINCIPAL
I'or many years Assm-tatr I'rimHpnl or Ml.
Vrrniis In.litm. nlil..t..H. ,
Assl.lrd liy a corp. ul comucntcnt traehrrs
..-. ,, , e
Wc keep In stuck Mt. Loul.nnd Kentucky Lead,
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
917 Haywood Street.
All WATI'K THOROUGHLY I ILTIiRF.D on the Prctulaea.
In I'hyalcal Culture fur
Indira and children In classes or private, liy
Miss Malik, nf New York.nt MIMHION HtiM-
ITAI.. u-lua. m. I -an. m. Calls or In-
iiiirlrs hy mall an.wrretl promptly.
."ON HAI.UON UXCIIANIIM
' . . HUM CITV I'MlilMIMTV.
A i Iter fhrm of nn acre. In llendersnn Co..
. C slttei-n miles rrom A.hui. ... tt.l
MiMirtanliuro; and Asheville railroad. I'ost-
""'w ann rauroau Riailun un tne larm,
... HIHTI.ANII IIHIIH.,
mays dtf 11 Ai un I'atton Ave.
Twenty nvc years of practical eK-riince, combined with rss.oNAk attention
l.ll.of thehu.lm..andicrret t arrnnKcmcnt. for clsanunsss and ri.siTr of all sood.
mnnufaclureil, ennl.le tht proprietor to pnsent to his numerous patrons superior tins, ot
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Slphonn.
Olnuer Ale and all Ihe various flavor, of HotiA WATBH ready for shipment and delivered
free In City limits. Hut uf town orders'mu.t h.v. inmniu ferr.
C. H. CAMPBICLI
II. HI. ANTON,
A nice T-niom lirti-k eultaav. newl n.e.
nl.heil, tut the nesl 4 ur a niuntha, l'o.- I
siun inimeuiaieiy, apply
maySdtf Office The A.heX'liie'Hhuel'o.
THK LKADINU '
AND . LIQUOR .. STORE .
IPC THE STATU.
FINIS SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.
. a.ovaiidt, NO. 43 S, MAIN ST., ASHEVILLE, N. C