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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN : WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 14, 181)0.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
H. D. CHILD, Business Manager.
Tn DiiLT Citiirn will be publl.hed every
altcrnoon (iinpt Sunday) at the following
rate. MtricUy cask;
K:::::i::::::::z the general assem
Three Month. 1.B0
One Month 80
One Week. 15
Our carrier, will deliver the paper every
afternoon In every part of the city tooursuli
scrttier., and parties wanting it will please
call at the Citiikn Office.
Advkktimng Hath Reasonable, and made
known on application at thi. ollice. All
tran.ient advertisement, muit be paid In ad
Vance. The Citiisn Is the most extensively clrcu
luted and widely read newspaper in Western
ItH discussion of public men and mensurcs
Is In the interest of public integrity, honest
BLY MEETS TO-MORROW.
A FEW COMMISSIONERS ARE AL
Htruck With a Bllllnrd Cue.
"Dumps" Lnnc nnd Jack Johnston,
two colored men, luid n quarrel lust
night nt Lime's billiard room, mid Lime
struck Johnston a lieuvy blow on the
head with a billiard cue.. The case was
not tried by the Mayor this morning Ih
cmisc of the absence of witnesses.
Lrnvcrnmcnt. and prosierou. industry, anil it
know, no ueraonal allcicianccln treating pub
8iccinien copies of any edition will be sent
f .re to any one sending their address.
Heading notices ten cents per line. Ohltu-
rv. nii.rrinue nml society notices tiftv cents
,!l,l.ut"lw:d",Btrnl!nc"' or m" ct'"t" church which meets here to-morrow,
Wl-DNIvSUAV. MAY 1 j, lS'.IO.
THK DAII.V VITIXKN
1. on sale at the following places In Asheville:
CITUHN OI I'ICB.
1IATTBKV I'AKK NHWS STANH.
(il.HN KOCK NliWS STAND.
MOHKL CltlAK STOKH. Pulton Ave.
J. CAKSO.VS NliWS STOKB, North Court
PERTINENT AND PERSONAL.
Henderson, Ky,, who besides Iwing the
pastor of a flourishing church, is ready
and effective in ecclesiastical courts. Dr.
Davies will probably take n high stand
when the question of the tithe is brought
up, as within the last month lie has pub
lished some newspaper nrticlcs intended
to show that the Old Testamentary laws
on this subject arc sticrsedcd in ourowu
day by the command of Christ that we
consecrate nil our substance to His ser
vice. From the indications the view thus
advocated will probably prevail in the
Rev. J. B. Shearer, I). !)., is president of
Davidson college, this State, and is nl
ready well known to the ieoplc of Ashe-
ville. He was an
1.1.,. .... . I "HO CUIIC
illation is tor the present centered on the mat south Alabama coiilciciiec, concern- the likvt-sl nrices at Law's. 57. 51) and
General Assembly ot the I'rcsbytermii K the establishment of a rrcsbytcrian tl noYith Mam street.
university some where on the line In-
Home of the I.vhcIIiik l.lghls Who
Will He Heard From Uur.
Iiik the BcnhIoii
The attention of Ashevillc's entire pop
clllver Plated Ware.
In canters, spoons, forks and knives,
Siecial imlumnculs arc lieing ollereil
now. Rogers' tripple plated knives,
$1.75 per set. Forks to match at same
price. Desert knives, $1.00 ikt set. A
splendid assortment of Keed & Itarton's
plated wnre. the licst irootls made, are
,. . f offered nt lowest in ices. Crockery, uliiss
and cutlery, very large stock and alwny
Mcwa About AMhevllllaiiH and of
Mlra.iK.era Within Our tittlea.
J. Diukclspicl, of Louisville, is at the
W. D. Hiinic represents Nashville at tin
K. H. Noreom represents Richinonil.
Va., at the tlriinil Central.
Clint. H. Hekstcin, ol New York, is reg
istered at the Swannaiion.
J. M. Ridlehulier, of Chicago, is reg
istered at the Gram! Central.
lw.VTI... It...... 'II.. I - ,
It will be a fine body of men. t ween Atlanta, Asheville and Greensboro. Co wiM ,,, , ' ml f ,,., .
Of the ministers und elders comiiosini; He is well known for his thorough anil Sulphur Suriuus Thnrsdav 15th nt nub-
the Assembly, some have attained great scientific course of books upon Ilible c sale. Also u line Registered Hull
eminence in the church; all arc of more study, which have been introduced into
than ordinary intelligence. They have numerous colleges throughout the coun-
licen chosen commissioners lor theirenrn- try. I'nder Dr. Shearer's presidency
est, unswerving labors in the cause of Davidson college has licen making cxecl-
Christ, as well as for their knowledge ol lent progress.
the needs and wants ol the great body of The Rev. Cvrus Harrington, of Mims-
I'resiivteriuns ol the South, a part ol held, La., is one of the few reprcsentn-
whoni earth represents. tives in the great Red riverscction. Amid
1 he eldership bungs into the Assembly many discouragement! nnd with but lit-
the ripe exieriencc of many professions tie supimrt he has held on for years past.
which go lar towards attaining the re- and represents to-dav one of the lest
suits sought. They all, both in the nun- tyiies of ministerial character the labo-
istry and eldership, come with anearncst rious worker, in the great outlying fields rangemeiits.
ASHEVILLE ANO VICINITY.
SKETCHES IN OIL AND WATER COLORS
a H. Main St., AhIicvIUc.
npr 1H d
ASH 1: VILLI-: AUVERTISEAfENTS.
ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1890.
TKRMS STRICTLY CASH "WITH ORDER
In (iuintitleH not less tluin unc ton nt factory
In iiiiiiiilities ittit less ihiin one hull' ton nt Ihctury
Mm pounds, no tiekt-ts, lo poiutils eneh
7oo " uh " tin " '
7nn 15 " m
1000 10 " 1
-Wc. per hundred.
4rc. " "
Tickets now on auk- lit the ollice of the
years old. Sale to begin nt 11 o'clock
sliarp. u. Cakkikk, 1'rcs,
Ice rortteiiHOH I8oo.
On and after Mnv 1st ice will lie deliv
ered only for casli or tickets. Tickets
may be obtained nt our ollice. No. :ill
t'atton avenue, and will be strictly cash.
Asiikvii.i.k Ick and Coal Co,
The Mountain Parle Hotel, Hot
ttprluitM. N. C,
Is firstclass in every particular, with
the best table in the' South. I'ure and
abundant water and n-rtcct sanitary iir-
purpose to extend God's work; ami to
do that which is wisest and best for the
welfare of the Presbyterian church. Per
haps there is no sect in all the christian
world whose general membership is of
more intrinsic worth, greater strength
of churactcr, of more sterling solidity ot
thought and action, ol more lovnltv to
Urns. h. I rost, ol llrooklyn, .. ., in their creed, with greater love lor Christ ,
registered at the Grand Central.
Geo. Wnrukiiig is registered at the
Swannunon from Louisville.
Jos. K. Wilson, of Clarksvillc, Tcnn., is
registered nt the Hattcry Park.
Thos. li. Simmons, of Savannah, G.i..
is registered at the Grand Central.
II. IJ. Reese and Ch.is. Carroll npre
sent Hiiltiinore at the Swannanoa.
K. L. Dcbrue, of Danville, Vn., is ol llu
Ilattery Park with his wile and child.
Miss li. A. Merriiiiou and Houston
Merriinou left to-day for Halliniorc lor 11
Mrs. I.. N. Slade and Mis. K. IV
Power, ol Cincinnati, arc at the Ilattery
S. D. VanMetcr. M. D.. rcprescntsTcsnf
at the Ilattery Park. He is from San
V. H. Houston, G. G. O'Hi van and
Miss M. It. D'llryan, of Nashville, arc at
the Battery Park.
Rev. Geo. Snmiucv. of Chester. S. C.
greater faith in His promises.
They meet here in this beautiful May
month in this glorious climate nmid
mountains whose solid foundations an
typical of their belief, and whose tower
ing tops pointing heavenward, are silent
thoiighexpressivc symbols ol nchristinn's
In ties, desires and hocs, to confer with
one another, to discuss questions affect
ing the welfare ot the church, and to leg
islate for its good.
Asheville has ojieued wide her doors to
the visitors. 1: very tiling has been done
by those having the matter of entertain
ment in charge, that could in any way
add to their comfort 01 pleasure while
here. There has been no confusion about
ill this. Though a great deal of work
had to be done, it was so systematized
that there h.'ipHued no friction, noisy
preparation, or vexatious delays, as is
sometimes the case.
The fact is, the resilient pastor is a good
business man, and taking time by the
forelock, with a corps of able coadjutors.
evolved out of what at first seemed a
nf Christian effort, among the new popu
lations that ore transforming the face ol
The Rev. V. T. Thompson. D. D., of
Charleston, S. C, will probably lie re
cognized by 8une as he speaks, as one ol
the leading oratorsof the Assembly. Dr.
Thompson was a brilliant cavalry officer
t the Conlederaey m the late war, and
carries the wounds he received to this
The scenery is beautiful, climate much
milder than Asheville, there Iving no
liirsh winds and no dust tu irritate weak
throats and lungs.
1 lie baths in marble ihioIs arc the fin
est in the world mid the thermal waters
arc an unexcelled siHxilic for rheumatism.
gout, sciatica, nervous exhaustion ami
ill diseases ol skin and blood.
Kxccllcnt physicians reside at the ho
Trains leave Asheville for Hot Spring
u 1..111 a. m., .; ami 7 I)
excursion tickets, including one day
day. After the war lie began the nrnctice
of law, mid Iwcanw very successful, nnd l,".!.,nl nt M"'l.iiii Park hotel, $1.5(1.
I , ., I I 'l I.IICS CIC, ."lllll'HS
Wlllj mill 1IIIIIBUIII llgC, IIC OCgail IIIC I .JJj.
siuuy oi incoiogy ; ne now occupies n
lending position in the church. From his
A Mew KOHCl lo IIIIHH
...ii.i.t -i.nri...... i : i.. i.l 11 V" ilTK wise nun wish to ik-coiiic
-..-l". HV ....,., "C- U..,,1V ,n, wcnUy (tg0i j.,,,, Wj, ,S1.
iiouncesiiicsins nun ionics oi me nay. Kolkr King or liltvtric I.iuhl Hour: I
and courteously, but with ureat effect- cause the Asheville .Milliuu Comiianv
ivencss. fxnresset man's shortcniniiiLrs ""llr is not only thcliest but lhcchcaiK:sl
New ArtvcrtlNciiicutN To-Day
Coi o Kotip & t.iehtcnlicrKer.
L'l.oTIIIMl, Ktc H. Kcdwooi! .N; Co.
KOI HTH lA;IC.
Notick X. A. Keynolds.
Si:svats Wantkii K. Thin Ulliec.
NimiK Asheville Ktrcet ItniUvuy Co.
sou of Lsipiirc A. T. Sumnicy, is in town troublesome question, complete smooth-
attending the General Assembly. ,K-ss if motion, which, on Monday, was
C. R. Hemphill, Mrs. Kdwin Miilleraml brought to a final and successful conclu-
Miss Marion Mullcr, of Louisville, Ky.,
are registered nt the Ilattery Park.
The latest additions tu the telephone
list lire Chas. W. Peek, Residence. No. lilt,
and the livening Journal ollice. No. til.
The West Asheville Improvement com
pany will sell a niimlK-r of fine Jersey
cows at public auction nl the Sulphur
Mr. II. 1- Duke, son of the famous to-
before their eyes. His church is crowded
with the leading men of Charleston, win
recognize in him n true minister of God,
however sharply he may combat the
ways of the world
Rev. C. R. Hemphill, H. D of Louisville,
Ky., is pastor of the Second Presbyterian
church of that city, the successor of the
late Dr. Stuart Robinson. Prior to nc
ccpting this cull he was professor of He
brew in Columbia Theological Seminary,
where his eminent ability ns a teacher
was clearly proven. He has us a pastor
had great success, attracting the think- "i'11'1"'" " iierralsslon to extend the lines
T . . I its niilwnv as lollows:
ing element in the Community in which he I I'lrst. from the intersection of Smith Mn
liiml iiiwl i l......l,.,,;.. ik.. ..I......I. l:i I street nnil outhlile iivenue, southward,
luetl, ami is developing the church hie ol the southern limits ,.f the ,-itv.
histieonlc. His father, the Hon. timi.-s hccml From the intersection of South
' Mum nn,l nllt-v street,,. t'ftll.-.- imv
Hemphill, of South Carolina, will lie here to KukIc street.
,.n visitor Mi. I.r..ll,.., 11.... 1..I... "lunwiKlB ol t-OlliKi
- - - -" .... j I nnu litis siii-ets. uioiik collide stn-et, to tin
I'llMil- notil-c Is hereliv ulven thill on prl
inv nimii next tnc Asm-vi e Street Kill ivn
Cotnpnny will npply to to the Mnvor un
oonni oi Aioerinen oi ine eitv ol Aslu-vll e
nt the Council ClinmlK-r in the Wol
sioll. hverv visitor lin. Ih-cii iissitrm-fl in
. . " ll..,i,,l,ill ! ,, ,,, !..,.,( i' i. city nuiiiry.
pleasant and agreeable iitiarlcrs, and so , " ,. """i i'oUrth. From Sorih Main street nt inie
thorough has liecn the work that the u,", " " ll,e lea g ""'" "'"' M'rtn .mii
iiiwiuuhiiiiii.im.il int. wurs, mill tile I ..... . .... I itrcet nnd til new stnt-t runn nu ni
coiliiuissioncriolcntertaiiiiiiclit find room "l to Fenrson n venue, northwest, to Hie e
,,r' 11 '"T,VI '" iK. : in 'Fauon ve'niKV , h!
The retiring Moderator, the Rev. Hal
for a good many more.
Among the subjects of Siecial import
to Ik- brought before the Assembly will
probably be the reports of the Presbyte
ries on the overture of the last Assem
bly, on the "Revised Direction of wop
shin." ol societies within uni wit houi menl ol the Cillic pear. He is still in the
haccoiiiht, w . nuke, ol uiiriiam, lias licen tte. c-Iiurvli. and on the system of tithing vigorofrolnist manhood; hiseye is bright
spciinniK it icw u.i.i . m.v . ,,., of HU)HjrtiUJ, t hc church and sparkling anil Ins checks are ruddy
and lelt to day for his home. gospel. with health. lie looks, as he is, the type
The heavy rain of last night flooded A great deal of work is lieforc the As- ofn '"Kh Christian hie, and speaks in a
the part of the paving foundation that seniblv, and much ofn business nature sonorous, clear, but delilieratc manner.
Ih,,.u.pi in ,u l..u... 1 u-. i. I 'linii" in -new street runninu oiilwnn
Hue .vood nnd Aenileniv streets, lo the stunt
point, with It liraneh truck lelldlni; to the
ml Chestnut si reels nlontt
.i,tirioiic sircci to tnc city limits on llr
Sixth. To extend the Norlli Mttlti strt-e
line lo the city limits on the north
ASHHVIl.l.i: STMKI-.T MAII.WW CO.
Itv T. W. I'ATTOK. Suocrltltelltlell
. , r ,. ., .,, ., .,, I Filth. To extend the line of truck now en
i inn, i'., it, me riiyciit-viiie i inK nt cnnriotte n
Presbytery, reached the city this morn
ing. Dr. Hill resides in the Scotch settle-
Uv virtue of n deed of trust rxeeuted tt, me
Ion the lath .In y of April, inihi, hv i.tiirm
Whitcheud to seeuie the pnviuent of the sum
haslieen laid on South Main street, and that the committees will have ehiellv Jo In a ilmrt chat with him this morning he !teres- it m In-r cci'i "frV.m .Inte", I Viii'o'ire
say that the Assembly embrace! 2.31 eity'i wonderful growth nnd the great I Hook No. i. in the town f skvi.'mti Korin'
churches; uuiiiIhts 1.13 ministers; has improvement that had taken place since ,!"oVdh'"'ilcorti.i of Ve
101,71 communicants; over one bun- hi '"' v'"'1 six years ago. Dr. Hill tcr of Deeds nt Asheville. N. c. Said lots on-
renilcrctl it necessary to take it up and charge. To show the magnitude of the expressed the pleasure he fell at again fcr.,1 i!!',!!'.''.!',".1 ui"J!t "11' t'";11r'
no iik' wors over, aihhii i-o utti nan i worn iienire I ncm, it is only necessary to visiting nsurviiie, nun reinarKen upon tnc "' nny .nine, inm, me loiiowinu
I 4 , , . , , ,, , . I , e. , . scrilied renl esltite: Lots No. a mid ft
liau oeeu nun.
C. V.. Graham, C. D. Iltantou und C. T.
t, i :it ...n ... .. .... c..i..
nt 12 o'clock, :ij desirable lots in Clivc- died thousand scholars in its Sunday eemcd plcnsed with the church und its LvcVmt" MicNnm"
deniHirk. This place is in West Hnd. schools nnd Itibleelnsses; nnd gave dur- admirable fitness for the occasion. ?Mi?7rT in"".'.
overlooking the French Itroad river and 'K the last year for all purposes, emigre- T,lc tnted clerk, Dr. Joseph R. Wilson, 'rust Is reKisieml in the KeKister's oiiicc oi
eommunds a very uood view of Asheville gutional and Uncvolent, $l,H12,ril!S. A h" nrnved and after insiiecting the . ' n. a. kbvnoi.iih '
i . i. ,.;.,. I decided increase riich venr slnra. iuh-. I church this mornini' remarked ton nrntn-1 mnyldttwt Trustee.
Mr. N. I. Edward's, representing Fish- w,,en tl,e ,1,,n ,or likc l"rKsei was $1,! inent memlier of the church here that SBHvants was'tbu,
i - :. ... .1,. tin .I7.7IM. me Asscmniy nan never Dccn held in ns Two irnod servants, n Hrst el.,.. c....k : m.
Park. Mr. Ld wards' is here in the inte;. The " " "f lition, church nor one letter fitted for the intf" SS&i, M
csloftheDairvSiirinir Park addition . c..n....g .xiorc ine nssemoiy cannot mil "'""" " "'ciiiirs mr com
i..i.....n T.,.1 n.l n .l i I,... i f of interest, (uicstions which will mittee work. He seemed pleased with
ll.i.i.romi.im. suburb will l- held '" "kCiy call lortn the very Ixst talent ery tiling,
Mnv 20. He is supplied with mnps und "f t,,e A"11"1'. nn' ns it numlxrs The first session will meet to-morrow
lots of the property and is prepared to am,mB il members men who are re-1 at the First Presbyterian church
furnish nil desired inlormiition. nowned for orutory, great efforts mny promptly at 12 o'clock, when the retir-
I erencrs nnmc mid uildrcss.
FurmcrH and Truckers
Take Notice !
I have bedded Ion llushels of HWKUT :
ing moderator will preach the oneniiiu
Tlit t-httn-h lots Iuw.m -..G..l :.. .r..,.. '. - "".. "J.1..1 ...moi iayisiiniioi
- " v iviiiicii in i scrinuii. niter tnc oviiiug oi ine ASSCm-
Thelr Tin wreddlnif,
Twenty-five of the friends of Mr. tasteful nnd ornate style, a large nnd bly the hours for meeting will be decided
Mrs. C. (.. McCnrty assisted them powerful new organ hns been purchased upon by the body. There will be two ' 'n 'tj'"1" '."y ""''"I on Heaver l mm
h ,u.l..l.rt.l intr till. ti.nlll u nm twnnr. I ., t,,l ... ...m M. .1 .. f... . ! I : .,!,.. . 1.. ... ... n. n
i ..... ......,.. t.ti,..,,, ,vu iur mis uvvusion sessions unny morning nnd allernoon
of tlicir wauling; at incir beautiliil I und lor the further uses of the regulur
home on Hint street last evening. At M congregation. The lalir of the pastor,
o clock the guests liegnn to arrive. Mr. his congregation, nnd of the citizens gen
The Lyceum discussed internal revenue
and Mrs. McCnrty received with Miss ernlly of Asheville has resulted in nil ln,t n'K- E. I). Carter mailc the open
1 " " I s ...
Lillian Caldwell, a charming and ne- things being In readiness for the Assem- "I""-'" ne w" followed by Mr.
complishcd young Indy of Sweetwater, bly, which will oiien auspiciously, ideas- Mnrt,ni ' Imlinnn, nnd Messrs. Henry
Tennessee, and a cousin of Mr. Mc- nntly nnd without confusion of detail.. I llurdwick. Col. Lusk and R. L. Leather-
Cnrty. Among some of the more prominent of h")od' meeting the subject
The present! were unusually lieautiful the commissioners will be Key. John A. ' hnoulU congrcsi pass n bill to
and numerous, and included many useful Scott. V.D.. of West Viruinia. whn..v. U,ven"'to lnc Mates for edueationnl
as well as decorative articles. The even- cnty yenn have not yet debarred him from PurlH,,cii
ing wut passed in social conversation, the active duties of the ministry, nnd who
nml stunt-of the Indies nresctitenterlninril I hns miiliiiilinl hi. ministritil .:..:... i... I MrRend Koiin fie Lichtcnbcrircr's nil
:.u :,... i.: . , . vertisement and so to their store lo-
iikcuiiihiii; tool i' w rmhuii., i uv i kiiiiiiiu several suns into tnc snme nolv I mi,m,u o..t .f if- n..... .
. . u..v. ttfc n vuii .uil Ilituicil
.wu..... uin. a inttal htttitiv nnp 1 ...... L tm -.-.. C .1 I '
unimiitii niw. - i-i'j vi..i in.,,-., i . muii vw inc. iioiii liic nioun-1 cocoa
Mr. McCnrty is u tobacco broker, and tain section of Weit Virginia, a region
came here with hi! wile some time ngo which for fertility nnd highly developed I Hsrkctsby Win
from Dnnvillc, Vn. Tlicy nive hosts ol farm life, is unexcelled, and which con- Ciiica.io, Msy 14 The following Is the
friends in the city. tnim mountains that almost rival our " ' " ' " mlu"m 1
pared to supply SMI'S in any uuuntlty. Cull
llonald's itroccry store. No. 17 South Mnin
street, iirocrs ny null solicited.
Price nt llctts. Hue. net- Intl. Prle In Al..
vine, itoc. Iter ion, Allllrcs.
mayfl d'Jw mon we fri H. C. I.ONU
FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Agent for Kcems Creek Woolen Mills.
North Mala A-ihevllle, N. C
A second hand money safe anil one pair
platform Kale.. Bnquire of
C. S. COOPliR,
Or KKXLY Sc. STRACHAN,
as PATTON AVBNI'K.
The Monthly Meellnir.
WllKAT NO. 3.
Highest. Lowest. Closing;.
'- "" ' neio, ny,, is ue nan-en irom an active min- U. ....,..........,.,
Y. M. C, A. was held at the roomi last jtry by infirmntics, but is nevertheless ?-"
night. The rcKjrti from the various amply qualified for the discharge of iueh m.t'!!!!" ..?."
committee! were given, nnd after the bus- dtitiei ai the Assembly requires. He will JiTy
incss wni disposed of Secretary Ander- be the guest of Dr. R. II. Reeves, and his
sen gave an liiformul talk on "our great daughter, who ii at Charlotte, N. C, MJI!T"".'.!!.'
brotherhood." In his tnlk hegnvennnc- will visit the Assembly with him. fc
count of the International convention of Rev. Inmei Park. D. D. of Kmvill,
general sccretnriel which he attended Tenn.. ii another of the elder, but still . '" toJajra. follow. 1
last week at Naihvllle. He stated that tive, commissioners. Hischurehoccupiei msm o.k- iimV'- Lowt C,,,n"'
there are 200,000 young men in the Uni- a representotlv! place in that city, and I-"1' 35
ted State! who are memUri of the Y. M. mBnr 0f Asheville1! people have profited 100."'"
t- a n..i n,n jnn i,..m.i:... I. , , , . ., Mav nil nan
n) ...... "" oy 1111 mintsirniions. An incidental tes-1 June ..............
THE WEST ASHEVILLE
Will Sell ma Head of
At Sulphur SpringB,
i!7 I -rnnrsMliir, is. at public anle. Also a
ia 6n' Mcl,u,Td Bull flv. year. old. Rale to
May 1.-Pork, lard and ribs """" " 11 0 e, mmT
V.. ii. rARRIBR,
owned Uv these associations, and that 1 1;.. t,. iu m.i.m u t,:i. 1.. 1. July B.40 a.bt n o
.u I... .11 .1 1 '.! ... " . .. ". " " .'":,u . Msw V0.1t, May 1.-otton future, to-
th property of all the nnociations of tlie Ii, furnished br the lively comrvtiilfin I day nn'svrd m follown i
country represent over $10,000,000. ttfnong hii here, for the privilege May "ft"' iim" uTJa"
Bricklaying will soon be begun on? the "f entertaining him, competition in juTyV::::::,:::::::;'::;.: J SS ?t'S2 u SS
Lutheran church at Momoe. It is ex- which Judge Aston was successful. August it T no ll'w
pected the building will be completed by Among the active leaders upon the floor 21,be, 11,89 11,85 11,88
Axn amateur nhntturrnnhlc nuiflt. s-ntiti a.
new 1 cost $110.00, will sell for SI a. on cash.
Address 1. B H..
maylildat P. O. Rox 87S, Asheville.
FOK A LB OR BXCHANOB
Vim litv punvniTv
A An. farm of RA4 aerws In lni1Nn t'n
t. w.. trncni miles irom Asnevine, on the
Rpsrt.nlinrg and Asheville railroad. Post
ofHct and railroad station on the farm.
CEMENT, LIME ANO PLASTER
C. Ii. 3IOODY.
ott'u-i' Nn. 'Mi ratton Avenue,
Telephone Nn. -1-0.
WnriliitUrU' mar I'l-vilit Il'tmt.
I have tniMlf itrriinminititst to ktip iiihI
shall anon have u lull ittuk ol llK htnlliranilr.
IMPORTED ENGLISH AND GERMAN PORTLAND
LOUISVILLE AND ROSNDALE CEMENTS.
LIME IN BARRELS AND IN BULK.
ROOFING MATERIAL AND OTHER ARTICLES
IN THESE LINES.
My waiYhoitM' 1m now iK-itij; hit, It ailjulnnij;
rnilrotMl trai'k nml tn.v Htock partly lure unil
nrrivitiK- Ciitll my own wmt-houM in tin-
ixhctl I ithall ott'iipy the Wt'lihtcr wan-houMi'.
Par tit uMitf ihi-Hi' nrti'lm can nave oneeart
ttK'i' by k-avliiK onlrm nt uilicv and having
proHTty tU-Hvereil dlreet fiom wun-houtie or
liy ealliu! there fir it
AKT!IMCIAL.STNI. WtlUK made ianu
VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY
No ice will lie dclivend withniit cnsli or tickets.
Asheville Ice & Coal Company.
Telephone No. 36 mid 40. No. 30 Patton Aveuue.
JiiXMCO COAL AT RETAIL,.
For (.rale, . . fj.oo.li For Htovca, ... K.so.
13EST AKTJIHAC1TE COAL
For snle nt Whulcsiile and Ketull by
ASIIivVIIXiS IClv AND COAL COMPANY,
Telephone 36 and 40.
Hxclusive Aucnta i Unniestic nnd Stenml lor Western North Cnrolina.
Llitt lS MAIiDI X, I'res L. I. McLoUl), Viee-1'rea. . B. RANKIN, Caihi.r.
UisiiCTiiMSi-Lewis. Mnildux. M. I llcnnlcn, M..I. Phkk. J. B. Rankin, J. B. Ray.J. K. Reed
8. H. Rit-d. lico. 8. I'owcll. C. M. McLoud.
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, E-
OrKanlted May 1st. IH8H.
C A PITA L, 850,000. SURPLUS, 815,000
Htatct County and City Dcpol(or.
DiKHar.enenil Mankinv ItimhHNH. iHpoMt rceeivc.l. Kiehancr bouKht and n. C.,
lectmnii miulr on all ftmimllilr pofntii. The Knvinjr Feature will rceelvf wjieiliil attention,
(mull luim in thl department. .lepoM.tid lor four munthH ur loninrr. Interest at the mir
of mt cent, per annum will be paid.
8Hv.al attriuton dvin to loutm on real estate, which will be placed for long time on real
Open trom 0 a. in. to n p. ni. On Katurdnys the Having Depirtmcat will beapentdl 0 p.m.
Itv virtue of authority vested In eneie
tt. Cotiunt liy a evrlain deed in trutextvute
hv T. 1. VftiH.iltUT a :tl wile. H. A. VaiHlilile
dated thr 14 th tiny of June, A. I 1h7, and
riuiNterea in tne Keumier nomeeoi uuncotn
comttv in H'tok to, paeCT4; and by virtue
uf authority vested in W. W. Iiariiard bv
tivrtain deed from said T. 1. Vant'sildernnd hi
aid wile dattu Oet 14. 1hm7. and revuUre
in said KeKinter's ollice in Hook o, paKe41o
uKe titer wild n tieeiaraiion ol trnoi oi tin
aiii v.. . narnnru uniaien I lit rem tin I
Oct otter ii7, 1N77. und rcKitrred in mild tin
in Hook 1 1 of mortuuKes and tleeds in trui
at pa ire 444; uml by a certain otlurdi-etl Irom
the said 1. I. antildtr and hm said wile
aid V. V, itarnard tinted tx-tolnrr 2(
1HM7, und rejjitered in nan I oltiee in IUm
to. pnue .iO.i. touetller witn a iKvliiriitum
trut made thert'on liy the aid V. V. Hat
a rd dated the 14th dav ol Oe totter. A
IN7, nml nKiMt-red in mi 1,1 nlluv in Hook 1
ol niortmmcH nml area ol trut, paue 4u
and liv virtue l nuihoritv veMetl in J
Conaat liy a cerium deed m trii)te&eeulil 1
thesaitll.I. ainiililer and his said wile
dnt (I the second dav ol NovenilH-r. Ihh
and rcKitttcrvd in said oiliec in (took of uiort
aiaues and deed m truta No. 1 1. puue 47
an well as hv virtue ot nuy authority he ma,
have bv reason oi the deed in trim I litstultov
nietititmed. ithe suid T. 1. Vaut.ildeniutl ,mI
havinu tailed to nav the in on itn secured t
.itch nml every ui saui tieeii in trui am
leed ami tleL-l'riitioiin ol trust thereon iu
.'onliuu to thitr several iirovisiotts. uml iti
ail trustees hnvinu aureed anionic them
ulves us to the priorities ol the vnrlou
kuts seiumi anil ns to the iiriKr uivish
of the procveils tif the sale of the
lands heremnlier descrilied ). the said etie
vieve K. Couaiit and the said . . Huniartl
and the said J. A. Omiint, trusttvs in said
deeds in trusts and deeds and declaration ot
trust thereon, will sell at pumtc auction In
a-h at tuc cuurt noune uoor in tne city
Aiiheville ut 1 2 u'eloek m. on the dlst d v ol
Mttv A. 1 1. 1 Htm. n iff I ii in iiif-r ur .iiirt-s-l ail
lami in tnv city oi Axiicvine, county oi nun
ctnulie mid Htatc ul North Caroiiuu. tin llu
smith side of Co11ec street, and on the west
sale ol I uvidson street, includiiiK the derail
iirick resilience ntiw occuiueii liy total 1.
VanOiltler. and the stithies und several mlia
cent Iota huck ol it, hoiintletl us Pillows: on
the north hv Collcuc street, un the east
t'avidson street, on thetouth by linutt-streei
ad on the west by the Jail hit ami the A. T
nuvltison lot, now I'neit's At the same tiiu
and iniiee the snui Vt . W. Hnrtiurtl will sell u
miilie auction br ensh a larue lot ol house
lohl und kitchen furniture under the uulhor
itv of the deed irom suit! Vunt'.ildcr uml wile
to iiurnunl hrst ami niiove menlioneii am
the declaration of trut made tliirvun as
uloresiutl .March 1J, 1HUU.
i'.l.NliVIUVIv K.Co.XANT, Trustee,
j. A.CONANT, Tru-ee.
W. W. HANNAH li, Trustee.
(I'nrnierljr of Lymnn t Child I.
Strictly a Ilrokcraice BumIiivmsi
l.nnn. securely plnred at a percent.
And Swecdlcih ItlovcmciitM
Also Instruction In Physlinl Culture for
Indlc. and children In cln.se. or (irlvntr, liy
Ml., nlnnic, or New York.at MI8HION IIOH-
ITAI.. U-10 n. m. 1-8 p. m, Cull, or In
qulrlc. liy mall answered promptly.
A nice f.room. Iirte. pniisw. m..ui a...
Ished. for the nest 4 nr A ,i,..nlli il...
sion Immediately. Apply
mnySdtf Ofllce The Asheville Khoc t'o.
Two or three furnish,! et...ma rn. I........
kreiilnK, liy m nlleniini ami wife no children.
Address, .tatlnii terms and location.
maylSdat Cltl.cn Office.
A .aw milt man In ftnn.M... ,n a - u. n , .
0O.OIH) fret of nnplur Iiik. near Haluda.
Oia.v 8 SIIIch Irom AhIicvIIIv on the A. & H. RnilruHd and
Hciiderttonvillc 11 kc.
The Krentest iiunilicr nnd variety of nilnrrnl spriuus to lie fniiiid In the South.
48 Springs on Lcnh Than 40 Acre,
I'lialvlnnlr. Iron, sulphur, cpsum. nliim, nnd mnirnrsin. S-veriil verv Hue ciinihliiiiiinnk.
thai lire n..l in curinu inliuesli.in, liver und Uilucx Iron 1. 1,-, ehrunic ilvsenlerr. ehiomcilv s.
k im uml iiir, line sli k henilaehe. i ine surinji mx-nilr ileveli,H-il Is the un-ntcst tunic wilier
ever li.iiml Manv nn- l.uvinii ll li, liuild resort eiiliuucs near the Siiriiius l.,.ls nrrsiild
nt niiiniiiul 1 in cs in nilvirlis.- ih place nml the mineral wnler. Ili.iird enn lie luid ut
920 to t,io Per Month, or 91 Per Day.
Ki I'civnccs. toiliniuiiiils. etc., can In- luid liv wriliuii to Ihr owner: or heller vet, mitotic
it. rest, d is invited In come ami try llic wilier. Ureal improvements will lie" inuilc nest
fare art cents.
OTIS A. MILLER,
Hkyland P. ., IV. C.
Tniiiit leave Axhevitle at t.o.l a. tit. und return ut 7
r or luriiicr itiiormaiion write to
UNi: III' Till!
t -v 'walk
FAMILY HOTELS -if , . , i
I Jl ' "IST- Wr'.'raS
Hervkcnnil Inlilc Pirsl A irrSl tsJOTSITi'Sitel
t'nss the door cvtij- lit
Min 11 Ics.
I'or terms address
J GUEENWELL, Proprietor.
AhIicvIUc, N. C.
Near Pattuciiffer Depot.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Mnnufncturcrs und Dealers In all kind, of UresM-d
Door, HaNh, DllndH, MouldliiK, Stalrwork, Mantclsi, Dank
and liar I turcH, and all kinds) of Building Material.
If an 1 Wood Lumber Work a $iti((lulv.
m -j .
nov ldly Telephone No. a6.
I ashiiI'hn, I'nslilent.
li. GlliulNs, Vice-President.
W. M. AsilMiiNK, Krcrrtnry.
Alk. Allison, Treasurer.
BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION,
Home Office t KNOX villi:, tknn.
Authorized Capital, - - 25,000.000
LOCAL HOARD AT ASIIIiVILI.U:
tt. (1. Hons, Prcsl'icnt.
C. C. McCastv, Vicc-Piesldellt.
Tiiko. V. Thkhiii.i., Hec. Ht Treua.
P. A. Cruiilmis, Attorney.
MANAGED SOLELY BY 0D0 FELLOWS, BUT SEMBERSHIP OPEN TO ALL
lmls full fnec vnlne of stink at si. per cent, premium iiavnhle
iinvineiii siuek. ami fully pntd up stock on which n cnsli illvl
cipnl douliles in seven years. Iiepuslt. mny lie withdrawn with
hn s a ucncrnl lilisiurss.
monllilv. Issues mmilhlv i
,,.-.i.i ,-. ii,, ,,,, ie principal iiounies in seven vrars. Heiiusit. mny
1 iion ii i , a iwrevni IK-r yeur Kiinuoilerd. All securities dcpoailrd with thn-e Nullom.l
iiaiiss as 1 rustce.. I'or lurllirr linrtleulur. eull un
IS. T. HOWARD, State Agent.
Ollice fur a few ilav. ut Taylor, lluul. Hi llrotherlon's, No. 3 Patton Ave.
Dealers In Wall PaperWludowttbadcttMiid Patent Hangcm,
alnla, Uil. anil Varnl.hes. Masury's Mlscd Palnta and Colors. Window r.l... k..i.
Prcnch and Aaicricaa
We keep in stock St. I.ouisand Kentucky Lead.
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
S17 Jiaywood Street.
All WATIiR THOKOef.HLV FILTKRBD on the Preiuloca.
Twcnly-fire yenr. of prnctienl rsrieiiee, eomlilncd with pk.sonal attcntlua to all da.
tall, of the business ami perleet nrranurments for ci.sanlinrs. and rusiTT of all Roods
nianulacttircri. cnnlile the proprietor to present to hi. numerous patron, a superior class of
Vichy unci Seltzer Water in Siphons.
(HnKcr Ale and nil thr vurluu. Iluvors of ItOKA WATBR ready for ahlptnent ami ttrlivcred
Iree In City limits. Out of town ordcrrtnu.t have aa.ma.inLH reference.
C. H. CABIPBKIX.
WINE AND . LIQUOR STORE
IN TUB STATE.
FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.
1 win prouaiuy be, ur. u. o, Davies, ofl .. srv, RH 87
CO KT LAN I) IIHU8.,
nayS dtf a tt 110 ratton Ave.
j. a. NARovAaoT, NO. 43 S. MAIN ST., ASHEVILLE, N. C
41 Sprue, .tract.