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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 13, 1800.
"THEN. QN jhe TAXPAYERS' SIDE
"The city hm already brought some
granite blocks from Henderson county,
to be used for paving purposes, but that
was done, I understand, simply as an ex-
JUDGE SHUFORD TALKS OF p"?m'"V,nd ard ?! AU,c.rmcn tf
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
H. D. CHILD, Business Manager,
Tub TAfi.v CmiiN will be Dubllshcd every
alternooa (except Sunday) lit the following
r.ica tinctij cam a;
One Year. $B.O0
Six Months 8.00
Three Month 1.(10
One Month SO
On Week. IS
Oar crrlcr will deliver the paper every
afterflnnn 1 n nmr nf Wo it , w ,n nnrUlh.
ecrlber. and parties wantln It will please WEARY OF WAITING ON UNQUAL-
,.- imw wn uM vmK
Adtixtiuno Ratbs Reasonable, and made
known on application at thli omce. All
transient advertisements must be paid In ad
vance. The CmsiN Is the. moat extensively circu
lated and widely read newspaper in Western
Its discussion of public men and measure
Is In the interest of public integrity, honest
eovernment, and prosperous Industry, and it
nowa no personal allegiance in treating pub
fr'n7c?'e to M luurcl on this paving contract
Read In notices ten rente oer line. Umtu-
ry, marriaKc and mtckty noticti Arty centi
each (not exceeding ten UnM) or fifty eeau
one, I presume, would undertake to put
down such blocks as those for a pave
ment. If any one should attempt to do
such a thing, such person ought to be in'
dieted for obstructing the public high'
"I have nothing but the kindest feelings
and the highest regard for our Mayor
I and Board of Aldermen, and I am not
disposed to make any undue criticisms of
their official nets, but I do, as a citizen of
Tl'USDAY. MAY 13. 1800.
THE DAILY CITIZEN
Is on sale at the following plnces In Aahcvlllc:
HATTBKY PARK NBYYS STAND,
(ll.KN ROCK NBWS STAND.
MUIIKL CIGAR STORK. I'atton Ave.
J. CAKSUN'S NliWS STOKE, North Court
PERTINENT AND PERSONAL.
A Vliforoua Objection to the Ma
terial to be VMed In Pav
Iiik tbe HtreelN.
Judge Shuford was one of the first to Ashevillc, want them to look well to their
used for paving the streets. It was his tlic money thcynrecxDcmliiictheyought
objection before the Board of Aldermen to give us a pavement which will Inst for
on t-nday evening last tnat tormnlly set a century,
.v.. iw.it Mn:., nn,i t. , 1. ... -aa-,i .1,- I
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....... ..-... ..f t... I... f..ir A n T nut I
i.. ,. . .,.i .l hi. Kcv. A. V. Mnngum, professor of men.
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and the reason for them. '
I am perfectly willing to talk on that l n 01 " ' '"",ca y"J
h,.ni,I. "Then-i. no ,,! in Bt 1-JO P-m- ngnt s nisensc was w.e
cause of his death. He had been ill for
News About AabevllllnuH and ol
Htramtera within Our Oaten.
Wm. A. Cnrcy, from Boston, is nt the
C. M. Ilridgcs represents Louisville at
the Battery I'nrk.
subject," he said. "There is no place in
the world in which I am so much inter
ested as in Ashevillc, and there is nothing
in my opinion, of more vital importance
to the welfare of Ashevillc than good
streets and pavements. I expect to walk
on these streets as long as I walk any
where, and hence I am lwrsunnlty inter
ested in having them well paved.
I am of the same opinion I expressed
on last Friday night before the Board of
some time, and his son, Trof. E. P. Man
gum, of the Ashevillc city schools, wns
summoned a week or more ago to his
bedside. His father seemed to improve
and he cumc back to his work, Saturday
he received a telegram telling him to
come as a change for the worse had
taken place, and be left, reaching there
Prof. Mnngum was one of the ablest
and most distinguished educators in the
State, and had for a long time been con-
Aldcrmen. I am thoroughly satisfied
There were 8a arrivals at the principal tllnt tile brick are not fit for paving
hotels vestcrdav. I .........a... t thnt n nnvMnodt ln!l ulth
W. E. I'nrkh.im, of Mnysvillc, Tcnn., if I them will not withstand the heavy trafficl ' .
at the Cilen Rock, I and travel on Main street. This is not
F, M. V. Armond, of Knoxvillc, is nt my opinion merely, but seems to be the
general verdict ol all who nave examined
the bricks, except Gen, Young himself. I
have heard of his valor as a soldier and
his eloiiuence ns an orator, but never
heard of his possessing any sKciul merit vice president ol the V. C. T. V. of North
as a judge of brick. If he considers the I Carolina nnd nt present acting as State
J. B. BoHtic has sold to E. Wnllach a I rough, brittle, crummable bats he has I organizer, spent Sunday in Asheville pre
lot in Shelby I'nrk for $.". I had piled up on the sidewalk at good I pnratory to a tour through the towns of
E. YY. Robinson represents Michigan I bricks, I certuinly should not employ him the western counties. The local union ol
ut the Glen Rock. He is from Lansing. to select bnck for me. They will pernn Ashevillc has arranged npMiintmcnts for
U. M. Griffith and Mrs. Griffith, of New ln or one year, which is the length ol Mrs. Tomlinson at no less than twelve
the Grand Central.
R. V. de Malgrevc represents New
York at the Grand Central.
V. S. Nash, of Pnyton, Ohio, is regis
tered nt the Grand Central.
years old, and had been a member of the
North Carolina Methodist conference lor
thirty-three years, having joined when
23. He leaves five children.
Rapidly MhaplitkT Itself.
Mrs. Tomlinson, of A rendu le, who is
time for which he guarantees the pave- different points beginning with Murphy
ment, or rather agrees tokeepitinrcpuir. on the 14th inst. The W. C. T. C, ol
I have heard a treat deal about Gen. I North Carolina is anxious to have the
Young's bond, nnd on examination, I find I western section of the State well organ
it is a well drawn bond, and is signed by ued before the meeting of the Clinutniiia
solvent sureties, but I fear it lacks suffi- Assembly in July.
cient covenants to protect the city. It I A large delegation ol both national and
only binds Gen. Young to construct this I State workers is expected and the union
pavement "In a good and workmanlike I at Asheville has already secured rates for
manner, to be approved by the city en- hotel accommodation and are now issu-
Clcvcland, are at the Battery Park for a gineer nnd street committee," and to keep ing a circular through the Southern
few davs. I the same in repair for the term of one year I Mates. Tbe Chnutauuu idea as advanced
I. H. Inule ninl wife have sold to S. I,. I next ensuing its completion. There are lust year is rapidly shaping itself.
two objections to these conditions ot the
York City, are registered at the Buttery
II. E. Herman, representing a New
York optical goods house, is nt the Swan
Mr. Clarence Sawyer is able to lie out
again after a severe sickness of iiliout
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. G. Cochran,
Mitchell Oil acres on Hominy creek fori
Market) bv Wire
ClllCAiin, May 13. The fnllowlnR Is the
raniEC of leading futures to-davj
Highest. Lowest. Closing.
WIIHAT HO. 2.
May 0 04 0
June u:iI 93 1)3
July ni. 02 U-'-lj
August 0OM HH
tOiN HO. II.
May S4.V. S4.lt 3':
June 3M, 3iH,
July smZ 34?!, :m
AuKUSt 3fil USVi 30 V4
Oat No. it.
Mny 28 B7' !I7
lune anai 2ili unit,
juiy- ati'-)s aovi snv4
Chicaoo, May 13. Pork,
rangea to-aay as tonows
MKSB ,-OKK-f lO.O
June unci i-J.H-J VJ.H'J
July 13.10 13.00 13.00
Laud V loo.
May n.i a.us a an
June (1.33 0.3O O.ao
July H.42 0.40 0.40
SllOKT KlIlH V
May fi.4'J 0.40 S.4II
June 8 30 11.43 (S 47
July 0.S7 n.no B.S3
Nkw Vokk, May 13. Cotton futures to.
duy ranged as follows:
IliulicHt. Lowest. Clotting.
May ll.DU 11.07 1 1 .UK
June H UH 11.04 It. OH
July 13.00 tl.OA 11.00
august 1107 1103 1107
September 11.40 11.35 11.40
Hill', 80 HHVi
lard and ribs
WyThe West Asheville Improvement
Co. will sell 'i'i head of Jersey cows at
Sulphur Springs Thursday loth nt onli
ne sale. Also a hue Kciristcred Hull .1
yenra old. Sale to begin nt 1 1 o'clock
sharp. E. G. Cahkikr, Pres.
ce for Season 1890.
On and after May 1st ice will lie deliv
ered only for cash or tickets. Tickets
may be oiitained nt our office, No, ;I0
I'atton avenue, nnd will lie strict I v cash.
ASIIEVILI.B ICK AND CuAL Co.
Mountain Park Hotel
Hprlnita, N. C,
Is firstclnss in every particular, with
the Ileal table in the South. Pure and
abundant water and perfect sanitary arrangements.
1 he scenery is beautiful, climate much
milder than Ashevillc, there being no
harsh winds and no dust to irritate weak
throats and lungs.
The Imtlis in marble pools are the fin
est in the world nnd the thermal waters
arc an unexcelled specific for rheumatism,
gout, sciatica, nervous exhaustion and
all diseases of skin nnd blood.
hxccllcut physicians reside at the ho
Trains leave Ashevillc for Hot Springs
at (.on a. m .jo ami 7 p. m
I'.xcursion tickets, including one day
iMiard at Mountain Park hotel, $ 4.50.
for rates etc., Address
Ailv. W. G. Doolittlb.
A New Road to Bliss.
If you are wise and wish to liccoinc
healthy and wealthy also, vou will use
Roller King or Electric Unlit Hour: lic-
cnuse tlic Asneville Milium Liimnanv
niiur is not only tnciiestiiut tncclicmiest
ASHEVILLE AND VICINITY.
aa 8. Main St.,
nor 18 d
CEMENT, LIME AND PLASTER
C. E. MOODY,
OHUc No. 31) I'atton Avenue.
Telephone No. 40.
Wurchouse near freight Depot.
1 hnvc miitlc nrrungt'tticnts to keep nnd
ahull soon have a full stock of the best brands
IMPORTED ENGLISH AND GERMAN PORTLAND
LOUISVILLE AND ROSENDALE CEMENTS.
LIME IN BARRELS AND IN BULK.
ROOFING MATERIAL AND OTHER ARTICLES
IN THESE LINES.
My warehouse Is now being built ntljoinins
rnllrond track and my stock partly here nnd
arriving. I'nlll my own warehouse Is An-
ished I shall occupy the Webster warehouse.
Parties using these articles enn save one cart
age by leaving orders at olhce and having
property delivered direct from warehouse or
by calling there for It.
ARTIFICIAL STONK WOKK inntle sunn
ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1890.
TERMS STRICTLY CASH WITH ORDER
In quantities nut less than one ton at factory 40c, per hundred
In quantities not less than one half ton nt factory 40c. " "
uoo pounds, 110 tickets, 10 pounds each f S.oo
700 " in " 23 " " s.oo
7B0 " 10 " SO " " o Oil
1000 " 10 " 100 " " n.oo
No ice will be delivered without cash or tickets. Ticket now on sale at the office of the
Asheville Ice & Coal Company.
Telephone No. 36 and 40. No. 30 Patton Avenue.
JELLICO COAL AT RETAIL.
For (irate, It5.00.ll For Stoves), 4.50.
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
Por sale at Wholesale and Metail by
ASHEVILLE ICE AND COAL COMPANY.
Telephone 36 and 40.
Kxclusivc Agents (Domestic and Steam I for Western North Carolina.
LHWIS MADDUX, Pre
L. P. McLOUB, Vlcc-Pre.
J. B. RANKIN, Cashier.
Didbctoks: Lewis Maddux, M.
0. II. Keed, Geo. 8.
1. 1. Bcarden, M. J. Pagg, J. B. Rankin, J. B. Ray, J. B. Reed
i. Powell. C. M. McLoud.
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, -
Organised May 1st, 1H8S.
CAPITAL, $50,000. SURPLUS, 815,000
State, County and City Depository.
Does a General Ranking Business. Deposits received. Exchange bought and sold. Col.
lections made on all accessible points. Tbe 8aving Feature will receive special attention.
On all sums in this department, deposited for four month or longer. Interest at the rate
of 4 per cent, per annum will be paid.
Special attention given to loans on real estate, which will be placid for long time on res I
Open from 9 a. m. to S p. m. On Saturday the Saving Department will be open till fl p.m.
I.. It. Cowlra. Mm. E. C. Coivlea niwl
$'.' """a- ,n t,,e l"n 'ver.vin.ns in. M chnfi w chn8C.0, Cleveland. Ohio,
J. I. Drake nt..l lilli. lnKlc were liccnsc.l ou"K " "."' mxnn l" m"1 w"n have taken rooms nt the Hnttery Park
to niarrv to-ilav. Their nRes arc 22 anil PP". ...u m
1 5 rcsiectivcly.
AN ALLIANCE PICNIC.
A Pleanant Affair mi Black Monti'
Ill.ACK Mot'NTAIN, May 11
Uilitor Citizen: On Saturday the
innee at this place cave
pavement will (icrliaps Inst for one year,
I !,,, . lw.n im im.it, H,,t,lt, nrlif.,l,r I, will
r. I t. II C.l I I MI.. I
ittr. tiit.i ...in. tt v. .iiiumvi ,..c.c f . il , ...
IltlBl IU1 VWU, ItlVIV , U fllU.IBIUl, 111 III,
miitrni'. linu.LW liv tt'hu'h tluritvi-fln
I . ... ,
lit me VJicn nova. . .., .....:.i..i .t.,. ..:.
I I V FI un Ittl, ll W IIIVU till 1 UMttlV Uins.ll
Henry H.r.rtKS ami li. I-. .Miller, ol ofit :., .:.. It is nrovirled in the , " ,7. .
..,.' i I ' i larmcr oi tne ah
j, I contrai l inai m. uncn uno ui.rt mine-1 ,icnie and nltll(iu(,'ll the weather wns
tral for a day or two. I riaig before heinjt placed in position in the iiuitc thrcatcninu many turned out for
Attorney General T. Davidson is I streets, shall be inspected by the city en-111 ucvon. ...
e ,. , 1 . . . , Aire VIIU1I UIKIICU (UlllKB l,V SlIIISZ
litre lor n.s summer vacation ami aiicno- R.neer ana street committee, wno snau ;n( Swcct Jour of prnyef.( hiowcil
ing to private business. I have full powertorejectanynndallbricks I by a prayer by Key. J. Allison, who be-
There will he a vouiil' men's priivcr-1 nn(i nmtennlsthnt they may (leemof ual-1 sought Ood s bli-ssintj uxin the Allinnec.
. : ... lilvt,,,, lf..rirnr .,n.ilnl,lefor, hr. Tile UUlllelll-e Wn then lllllllc WeleoniC bv
at - - -"; - ,"-,," 7" Mr. S. K. Kandolpb. our piipular young
nigiii, to which till men arc inviteti. , . . t(:nt.ncri wno , nej
m- w i r. -,.. f ,i, men to avail inemscivcsoiinis provision .piey hits.
.1 .... i . . . . . . i r t i c- ..r l. tit:
;t- t i i oi me cuiiintvLs nnu iu mcvi ihc unci i . ciiv.iij. i"niiin m iik nuv
Mioxviiiejournai.rtsneviiicourcnu.na. - nnce nt lllack Moimf.in intro.lucerf the
has now been cnlled to their attention.
tions to the gny crowd at the Ilattcry
talented and gilted Gen. K. li. Vance,
Mr..j.M William, nnd Mis. JUtltrufAtyUtbui' '""
iiiinms,oi tnuago nrc recent upon t),e reiingiiiility It with them. It I His subject was purely the Rood of the
mny seem that this objection is prcma- r sinner, a nance, ins iiiik w.is i ouiuy
. ' i , . j I interesting by tne seientilic and indisput-
ture, a. it mny rvasonauiy uc iireiumcu .t.i. j,n .,,.., ,,. i ... .i.. ..
It wns lu,ie(l that Judge Dick would that the Doard of Aldcrmen.or rather the that as thimrs now are leL-islntion exist
deliver a lecture before the Y. M. C. A. I engineer and street committee, will do for the favored lew. He implored tbe
to-night, but he has been obliged to de- their duty, but when it is well known that I Alliance to work together and lie no
..li-. iwvn.ii,i.l,noitl. I.i.. i...i. i.i . longer iikc issnciuir. wno uureti ms
w. .... tucimniu m fliuntiwii seiifc win si will I .1 i ., . . i. , . t ti t . . . . .
I I nituuHlcr lu i,iit; ijuiiicii, uui iu tlirow
I. II. Harding, a colored man, wns lie-1 miltec at a heavy cxjiense to the city, to off the yoke in order to become freemen,
fore the Mayor's court to-dnv. chnrircl I satisfy themselves as to tbe best nunlitv He did not enter into a political view
with bentinji hit wife. I Ic plcndcd guilty of pavement, and then, at the request, or ';'..'"u"Jl"' ,p u,Tf
on tbe suggestion of Gen. .oung, ignored and wage-worker, of the land, who for
tuc rccommcnuntions 01 tne lommiiicc; so many year, have been at the mercy ol
thnt they let the contract to (Jen. Young tbe capitalist.. Hi address ended in a
without advertising for bidders, and ni"nu' mnnner, and he reached the
, .1 ? . . , tender depth, ol pathos by reciting that
thereby giving the city the advantage of ..:. tch ..,uh' .,. mv
comictition nmongcontrnctors.nnd that, oe, John."
at Gen. Young's request, they agreed to Gen. Vance', speech wns followed by
strike from the mntrm-t. nrw it ho,l I an address from Mnj. D. A. lllaekwell,
- ' - 1 1 t.s nMW;.iH ..r . v.. .ti:
executed, the provision requiring him to who & , hflI,p, mnnncr 'imh nl:
use the "Halerutent," winch was strong- able instruction and good advice, which
ly recommended by this traveling com- would be well for all interested to heed,
and was fined $5 mid costs,
limily Radford, wife of John Radford
died nt her home on Gable', creek, Madi
son county, yesterday morning, aged 73
years. She leaves eight children.
The New York Comedy company
which a p warn at Opera Hail on the even
ings of May 15, 10 and 17, come, well
recommended by press and public.
Ceo. H. Mollcr, Dr. Geo. II. Mollcr, jr.,
and Mr. Geo, II. Mollcr und Miss Mny
dell, of New York, have arrived and
taken rooms at the Ilattcry Pnrk,
mittee, .imply on Gen. Young', assertion ".".T maP? I,cna, 7 SnUnntrv
., ,. ... , " and tender reference to the fair sex and
that he would use something better. It .h. ...ri.h. i..i. .,f h...... -i,;wJi.
does seem that the taxpayer, of the city and was presented with a bounuct from
Mattie Jackson has been, heard from nt I might hnve some reasonable anprehen-1 on f his many admirers among the
Alexandria, Vo. That is, a policeman I stons thnt the Hoard of Aldermen will '"!"' t. i ..o .......
allow Oen. Young to hnve hi. way tothe m, . VTo
vcr doe. not put much faith in it. end whether the city it protected or not. who made an eloquent speech' fraught
M. A II iiln,l,nl m,Un hnm lu. I It st rikcs me that somchodv nuirht tn li I withboth instruction and amusement. His
spendjng : th. past five month, at the U,,t- on the .id. of the taxpayer, and of Ashe $Wg5r$&
ixij , ivii -.uiiiy iui ran ui. ir. i Knew no im to exi.t, and tins article
Ulanchard has engaged hi. rooms for the I Hut lien. oung tnyt, 'The people must wa, of course, some lately discarded
next winter. I keep quiet until they have tried the pave- lMcf ol xmininc aiwurdity, was roundly
S.LIpin.kylcft tolay for Atlanta to m.t. ond then they m, be better able ""r. Tonl,iniorli of tbe Coontr
ttend the meeting of the grand lodge of I toJ.ulBf' . . Hornet, decided not to "talk a good au-
attend the meeting of the grand lodge
the Ancient Order of United Workmen
He goes a. a delegate from Asheville
Lodge, No. 3,
The mill of the C. Ii. Graham manu
facturing company began operation yes-
"Yet," be remarked, "that it iust I dience to dentb." so thechoir sanir "Toil
what we. have been told for the im 0n- followed by an adjournment to
last ten year.. Since I came to , .T? NTC aiTiT' ,Pren0.IJT
. l. 'ii. i .uu.. , t. . .. thelndiet. Little Bertha Clements enter-
nancviue m inc., mxn moo- tnined the crowd after dinner by recitim
tnndt of dollar wasted on these itrects, ferr twcetly "Deliverance will Come,'
" "i"-"u "r on tcmiiorary work, or Inexperimenting, K " . A. Clarke.
been rennircd " cond,tiofl of thc ,trert, nd th Mr. George Clements, vice president of
ucen rciuuiw. I . . . ,, . nlju I th nrrler. hmp,im miu-li lit f... l
nr. A. H. tirminm wn. cn led noma tn. i ami lie nntient " anri iw k:i. I itenwi anu mnstenui manner witn Which
day by telegram to the death bed of I would 'see the salvation of the Urd,' Srel'Anerw edienlt.SJhel1
hi brother, who I. seriously ill at Lnn- and would be better able to Judge. 1 be- Lent officer, a. thia. and ln.trJt,H .rt
caster, aio, lie win return a. soon a l neve in patience, ana tn being rrnsonnble nrged on by such eloquent and able ex.
circumstances will permit. and just to those in authority, but it does ponent ot the cause, cannot tail to ac
I - I cnmtillsh ultimata lurmi.
The cinder which form the first layer " ,ur Mr. D. C. Champlain, secretary of the
of the ttreet paving are being spread on Prmanem wora on our atreei.. i am order, led the choir and rendered thc bar
South Main ttrect to-day, and the tarred l"f"nned by Mr. Miller, the city clerk, mony of sweet sound la decided iucccm.
nl.nk are helmf nut down The la vers that the contractor whopaved thettreett .Joe evening of the day ended very bap
plank are being put down. Toe layers pily by sociable for the young folks at
rta nils' AH tt1 nt t HM IM (utn I " -"- in - aw- w.I.I.mm .ftlus aH..1.. t A t
-,. i. f .u. . hj j V.. lP"'r . ,
vs. ua w. u nsiim Wl HbVirnj HarVU I AI(IrlCll. ' KIT A."
..... . " -
there, at about tbe tame price tbe brick
pavement will cost, and such a pavement BiUmr PUsM war.
Turn Wanderer Hs matnrna!. a that would nave lasted life-time. I i annn.. a.l. a l-i
Greeley Westull. who left Asheville solbve recently aeen tbe pavemenU In I special Inducement, an being offered
i...i.na it.no! ..J I GKenaboro and Raleiuh. and (he nr now, Roger' trirrnle Dinted knives.
flT.VI IU.l; VH . M W W 1 " . ., - " , L A ' . , .
beard from a week ago In Boston, ha re excellent. It would be a great thing for Jg" P" fcn' ti m rVLJ"7
turned. When hi letter came hi people Aneyille If our Board of Aldermen could ,pendid assortment of Reed at Barton'.
wrote bim to come home and be accepted 7 to abandon the bnck, and plated ware, the beat good, made, are
th Invitation The boy I. nleased to re-1 on pavement, Doubtkwiomt offered at lowest prk. Crockery, (lass
' I " wnn un, lusnx vi fpysj sxf tn int sxaaa prns ss-MW's, Of, 0V and
tit, . , iiwm. 1 01 nouta aaaia atrcet.
that will be put on top of these are two
incite. 01 crusnca none ana two incnes
New Advertisements To-Day,
Dav Uimiiis, Btc. Bustle llros : WriKht,
MoMTlUCK 8AI.B John Child.
IliKit Hiitkl II. J. Orrenwcll.
WANTKO "Bohemian." Citlicn IHIice.
Jkhshv Cow ma Sai.k B. I',. Carrier.
THE WEST ASHEVILLE
Will Bell mm Head of
At Sulphur Springs
Thunsday, 13, at ultlic wile. Also
nne Kenisteml Hull rive years old. Bale to
ueilla at 11 u'cluck sharp.
. ti. CARRIKR,
Two or thrr furnlahnl ninma. fur hitna.
hrrtrinic, by ftcntlrmun anil wife no child rrn
AaatxM, BiatinK icrm nnu locnttitn.
may 13d at Citixcti ortlcv.
Br virtue of a deed of trust eireutrH tn ih
undrrsiKneil l,y C. A. Hnillh and wife, A. C.
Mmlth, to secure the sum of money therein
mentioned lovnitnr n. noiusey, ana Hear.
In date May to, 1MH0, and rririslerrd on
tmaea 'dn. ct sen., nr noon in or th Mrt.
Iiaae Keeord in the unice of the Kcsister of
taMla 11, Mi. nrnn. I mH.l. Mn.W . ' 11
the undcrelirnrd trustee will sell for run ml
public outcry to the hljthest hlililer at the
court nouse aoorin tne city of Asheville In
said Bunromlie county on the lath dsv nf
ju.r, .nv.,, ...v iuiiiiii iiih urM-nocu iiieces nnti
parcels of land, aitunte, lying and uelnx In
snia ciiy 01 asnevnte on llalley street
ana acinn t-o,s niii, I'oriv.twn and ' liv,
srtrca of Hhelby I'ark, to the nart of a huh.
as rrirlBterrd, reference is herrliy made, for a
further description of the snme, and which
said Lots are further hounded as follows, to.
wns 1.01 bo., neitinninK at a point on
tn eastern ainrKin nl said llalley street one
nunnren ano sisty-nre reel H. I"I3' W. from
wnere tn norinrrn line or said Hhelliy Park
Intcrseeu said street, and runs thence H.
a7Vi one hundred and seventy-four fret In
the western maritln of Wallack street ; thence
with it N.I il' ll, about sevenlvl. . Tn,
Aw . n I.U...I - r i '' . . . . .
thence N. v. with the Southern line of
sain lot no, , .i one nunnrea and clahtvnc
no .nrrv lourins 111,17,1 feet to llallei
street, and thrnra with It H. Ilfl' V. seven
ty-flv. ITA) feet to the beainninc. Lot. No.
ST. Lying immeillnlely east of said Lot No.
42 across Said Wallnch Street. hvinnln n.
th eastern maraiu of this last street, oppo
site th southeast corner of said lot No. 'J
ana tne aonneast 01 lot No. .8 and runs a.
aTVtg B. aliout one hundred and Be feet to
the eastern line ol said Shelby Park ; thence
with said line N II. srv.nty.fi vc T5IFeetto
stake : thenc with the southern line of lot
No AM N- M7Ur W. new huadrMl 1 1IMII hw in
am wallack street, and thence with It a.
7 '13' W. about aeventv-flve (TBI lect to the
oexinnina. rni May is, imni,
Asa amateur photoaraphlc outflt, food as
new: coat tJO.bo, will sell for Sia.oo cash.
Addree. II. B. 8.,
P. O, Bos 876, Ashcvlll.
Ury nr comnlMiot. PlnrnutfltJi. Pull line
nf fruit and Flower. Price low. T.ocavl
B makt from $0 to 92a per Week.
A. li. f ka 1 1 nnrarryman!
naytt daw tn ta at Rocbeater, N. V.
A second hand money saf and on pair
platform Mai. Bnqnlr of
C. S. COOPHB,
Or 1CKLLV tTRACHAN
an PATTON AVKNVB.
ABOUT THU WORLD
ON A SUNBEAM.
V..M. C A. lACtara Hall
WcdncMlajr, 14, at 11 O'clock.
Views from Ma aland, Inland, ncotland,
Th. RhliM, Pari, Vaalot, boom, Athens,
.pain, Asia aad Um Bast, with aaSural scen
ery from th. wud. of Assertea. Brae.1 of the
Prat Khsd.l.aHs . AdmlssloS .0 CW.
aylBdat , - A
VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY
Pv virtue of authority vetted In Gcnevlcv.
K. Conant by a certain deed in truit executed
by T. I. VanO.ilder and wife, H. A. VanUilder.
unieo tne uin uay oi junc, a. u. i " rw , anu
rri;itervd in the Kenitcr' office of UuncomU
euunty in Book 1U, page 074, and by virtut
of authority vested in W. W. Barnard by a
certain deed from said T. I. VanOilderandhb
aid wife dated Oct. 14, 187, and rcKivtcred
in -aid KcKi'tcr's onice tn I took o(t, paxe4UH
toerthcr with a declurutiun of trunt of the
aid W. W. Barnard declnred therein dated
October U7, 1H77, and reio-tered inaaidoltict
in Hook 1 1 of mortitAaceii nnd deed in trum
nt paKc 444; and by a certain other deed from
the uid T. 1. VanGildcr and hi said wile to
aid VY. VY. Barnard dated October ill).
1NN7. and retfitered in nid office in Book
tio, pane 3o:t, toKcther with a declaration oi
trum Miuoe tnereon oy tne aio v. w, vain
urd dated the 14th day of October, A. 1
1HN7. and rririatered in said office in Book 1
of mortKiiKes and deed of trunt. PKe 407
nnd by virtue of authority vented
Conant by a certain deed in truitexccutcd b
tne Riitu r. i. vaniiiiuer ana ni aiu wm
duted the second day of November, 1HH7
und rcKi"tcred ln paid office in liook of mort
tfuuc nnd deel in trunt No. 11, paicc 470,
a well a by virtue of any authority he ma)
hnve by rcnaon ol the deed in truit tirat abovi
mentioneil, thc ald T. I. VanOildcr and wil
hnvinu tailed to imv the monies aecured hs
each nnd every ol nid deed in truHt
dttd and dn-larution of trust thereon
ordinK to their several provisions, and thi
sat a trustees navintr aicreea anions; incnv
selves as to thc priorities of thc varioui
debts secured and as to thc proper division
of the proceeds of the side of thc
lands hrrrinufter described), the snid Gene
vieve K. Conant and the said VY. VY. liarnnru
and the said J. A. Connnt. trustees in said
deeds In trusts and deeds and declarations oi
trust thereon, will sell at uuitiic auction rot
rash at the court house door in the city oi
Asheville at I-- o'clock m. on the Slst duy oi
May, A. U. 1HU, a certain piece or parcel oi
lanu in tne cuv oi Asneviiie. county oi oun
combe and Htate of North Carolina, on th
south side of CoIIckc street, and on the wesi
side of I avldson street, including thc elegant
hfitlt rrsicience now occuiiico uv saia I.
VnnOililvr. and the stablra nnd several adis
ct-nt lots back of It. bou.idcd as follows: hi
the north by College street, on the cast b
liaviiison street, on tne soutn uv naariesiree
nnu on tne west oy tne tun ioi nnu tne a.
la viuson lot. now l-acs s. At tne same timi
und Dlace thc said VY. VY. Barnard will sell a
jubllc auction tor cash a large lot of housr-
loiti ana kiu-hen lurniture uniier tne author
itv of the deed from said VanUilder and wilt
to Barnard first and above mentioned anti
thc declaration of trust made thereon a
nforcsaid March HU. 18UU.
OBNUV1BVB K. CuNANT. Trustee.
J. A. CONANT, Trustee.
v. VY. BAkNAkO. Trustee.
Br virtue of a deed of trust exiruteit to tm
on the Ulst dny of August, lHHtt, by J. A.
irummond nnd Flora L. Dmmmund. hi
wife, to secure the payment of tht sum oi
ItiKht Hundred nnd bcvcntyfcvca IMInrf
and Thirty-Three Cents, bearing interest nt (
per cent, from snlil date. I will offer for sale
to the highest bidder for ensh, at the court
house door In thc city of Asheville, on thc
14th day of June, lHOO, a certain piece or
unreel of Innd. situated on Valley street in tbe
citv of Asheville. oartlcularly deserilwd In
suit! deed of trust, registered in thc Register's
omce in nook h ana on page ir
BUMUNO D. NUKVKL.I,,
At a bargain, or S Milk Cow, Apply lie-
tween !l and S o'clock at
I NO Charlotte Htreet.
Heaistered Jersey Unll for service, price
M.OO, marnnteed. mayM iltf
KiiKlioli and French
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL
FOR YOUNQ LADIES AND LITTLE QIRU,
No. 0 Prench Broad ATran.
MRI. BURQWYN MAITLAND, . PRINCIPAL
(Por many year Associate Principal of Mt
Vernon Institute, Baltimore.)
Assisted by corn of compentcnt teachers
And Swccdloh MoTCtncnt).
Also Instruction la Physical Cultur for
ladle and chlldmi In classe or piivat, by
Miss Mali!, of New York, at MIHHION HOB-
l-ITAL. U-IO a. m, i- p. m. Calls or In.
quirks by mall answered promptly.
TOR BALB OR BXCII ANOK
at fUH CITV PlinPHBTV
A fine farm of an. acre in Henderson Co.,
. C, sit teen mile from Asheville, on the
Ipartanbnrc and Asheville railroad, fost-
imvm ana ranrvaa siauiin on me farm.
may dtf 84 iio I'atton A v,
A ale T-rnom hrlra cottaos. n.wtv Hi.
nlshed. for the neit or S months. rmM
ion immeuiauiy, Apply
maySdtf Ofllc Th Ashevlll ho Co.
IJOOW WITH BOARD.
Three doulil. mom. and tin. slnvls emM.
with hoard, half Muara from Jforik u.in
MHn. 1 HUM AH M. BASKSS'I,
aylltleodat No. I) a tarn e avenue.
of popiar log near Baluda.1
HARULO l0lHI.ROAV, I
Only 8 mile) lYom Asheville on (he A. & 8. Railroad and
The greotcst number and variety of mineral sprlnirs to be foand In the South.
48 Springs on Less Than 40 Acres,
Chnlylieate. Iron, sulphur, rpanm, alum, and mnnnesla. Several very Rne comltinntlnns.
""Y VH,V'? . 15 " "mi sioney irouiiie. enronic iiysentery, cnronlrilys.
Iiepsla nntl chronic sick headache. (Ine sprint! recently developed is the nrentcst tonic witter
ever Kiunn. Muny are buying lots to build resort enttnEes near the Hprinirs
w. uvhiiimi ,,,vT w .uTeriisr inc ptuce anu tne mineral water.
.tits are sold
Board can be hail at
S 30 to $30 Per Month, or Si Per Day.
References, testimonials, etc., enn he hnd liy wrltlntt to the owner; or better yet, anyone
intrrestrd is invited to cumc and try the water. Great improvements will be made next
Trains leave Ashevillc at H.o.t a. m. and return at 7 p. m. fare IIS rents.
rut lurmcr tniunn.iiun wnic 1U
felil 1 dm
OTIS A. MILLER,
Skyland P. O., ti. C.
ONB OP TUB
In the South.
Servlic nntl table First
,WALK PKOM TUB
Pas thc door ctif iu
Por terms addree
H. J. GREENWELL, Proprietor.
Aabeville, N. C.
Near Pawcug:cr Depot.
P. A, DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Manufacturers aad Dealer la all kind of lire said
Door, Saul, Blinds, 'moulding;), Stalrwork, Mantel), Bank
and Bar Fix '.urea, and all kinds of Building; Material.
Haid "Wood Lumber Work a Specialty.
nov t dly Telephone Mo.
W, P, VfAsiinrsN, President.
W. U. uiuuiN. Vicc-Prcsiilent.
W. M. AsiiMosa, Reeretary.
ALs. Allisom, Treasurer.
BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION,
Home Office I kCNOXVILLE. TKNN.
Authorized Capital, - - 25,000.000
LOCAL II0AKD AT ASIIEVILLU:
B. I), noi ls. Presit'ent.
C. C. McCastv, Vlcc-I'rcslilcnt.
Tnao. V. Tssski.l, Krr. a Tress.
I'. A. CliHMiNUs, Attorney,
MANAGED SOLELY BY ODD FELLOWS, BUT MEMBERSHIP OPEN TO ALL
uiie. a arnerai nusiness. lentil run rare value of stock at sis per cent, nremlam navahle
iniy. issueamoatniyiiayment atiHk, and fully paid up slock on which a cash dlvl.
! llsutl. atnil t nr it InHital Hon !. In xaaH tk...la. t i . a. .1 ...
from 0 to 1 II ir cent w year auaranteed. Alf -curille.' ZtZZX ii.h '.ul"
bank as Trustees. For further particular call oa
lend I. paid, and
N. T. HOWARD, State Agent.
Ofncc for a few day at Taylor, Bonis at Brothcrtna's, No. 43 I'attoa Av.
Dealer in Wall Paper, Window Bhadesand Patent Hangers,
Window tilaa. botk
Palot. Oil aad VaraUbe. Masury' Mixed PaiaU aad Colors.
Preach aad American
We keep la stock Bt. Louis aad Kentucky Lead,
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
17 Haywood Street.
All WATKBt THOROVGULV FILTERED on the Premises.
Twenty.nv years of practical esoerlence, combined with raasoMAt, altentloa to all d.
Ull of th business and perfect arrannmcaU for CLBAHUnaat aad pesrry of all avods
manufactnred, enable th proprietor to present to hi a. mem a patruaa a perl or tlaas of
Vichy and Seltzer Water in SIphonw.
Olngrr Ale and all th varlou flavor of SODA WATBR ready for shipment aad delivered
fn la City limit. Oat of towa orderOaaat bar asaroaaaLS rerereac..
C. H. CAMPBBLL.
TMK LKAOIMO '
41 ptwsj street,
iJW't'Wt'iMii'.il iawtia. sii'i
WINE AND LIQUOR STORK .
IN TUB STATS.
FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD BOOH
a. AoA.urT. -vr. ico. 43 1 m st., AKroiii, t e