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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN : FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 1G, 1890.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
H. D. CHILD, BusincM Manager.
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FRIDAY. MAY 16, 1890.
THE DAILY CITIXKIX
la on aale at the following place. In Awhcvlllc
BATTBKY 1'AKK NBWS STAND.
GLBN ROCK NSW8 STAND.
MOUBL CIGAR STORK. Pulton Ave.
J. CARSON'S NEWS STOKB, North Court
PERTINENT AND PERSONAL
Mew) About AahevllllaiiH and ol
Mtranger) Within our oaten,
Richmond I'cnrson left yesterday
Edward A. Ulv of N'ew York is at the
Thus. W. Iinnis represents Iloston nt
Allwrt Hcrndon represents Danville at
the Battery Park.
F. P. Bergiit represents I'liilailctpliiu at
the Grand Central.
B. F. Wilson, of Spartanburg, S. C
nt the Grand Central.
II. D. Graham, of Baltimore, is regis
tered at the Swannanna.
II. W. Coleman is nt the Battery I'ark
Irom Lyiifhburs, Yn.
R. F. Rice, of Grcenslxiro, is in the cit
He is at the Swnnnmion.
Mrs. Bennett unit family of New York
are at the Battery I'ark.
M. li. Wngnr of Cleveland, Ohio, isrcif
islcred nt the Battery I'ark.
The New York Comedy Company is at
the Grand Central tl tiring its stay in tin
J. II. liixon and wife.of Florence, S. C
are at the Grand Central for a short
Brick laying on North Main street wn
commenced yestcrtlav afternoon in front
of the Swnnnmion hotel.
I r. S. V. Battle left the city for .New
York to-dny, where he has been called on
business, to be gone several (lays.
Owinn to the full report of the proceed
ings of the General Assembly the circuhi'
tion of Tiik Citikn is to-day doubled.
Mr. W. L. Walker, who has liecn buy
ing tobacco here this winter left for Bur
ham to-dny. lit is much pleased with
Ashevillc, and will move his family here
lom ami and Andrew Jolinson, col
ored youths, were before Mayor Wanton
this morning, charged with fighting at
the Banner warehouse last night. They
were fined $3.50 and U3 cents costs each
The New York cometly company played
to a fair audience at the 0iera Hull last
night. The play given was"M'lis,"aml
was well rendered. Miss Russell
"M'liss" acquitted herself very creilitu-
bly, and the supixirt was good. The
company appear to-night in that laugh
able Irish comedy "Kathleen Mnvour-
JERSEY CATTLE SALE.
Twenty-two Dinponed of Venter
dajr tt Various Hricen).
The West Ashevillc Improvement com'
pnny told twenty-two fine head of Jersey
cattle at auction, yesterday morning at
the Sulphur Springs. A number of gen-
tlcmen from the city attended the sale.
and bidding was very spirited. The fol
lowing registered stock was sold :
Sigalce of Onkland. register No. 32,232,
sold to John Child, $100; Lady Sorctto
register No. 40,548, sold to ("tin
Bentty , jr., $80 ; Alfrida Bronson. register
No. 4O.CS0, sold to W. D. Houghteling
$63 jjoella, register No. 38,004, sold to
George Heck, $70; Belle Biirretton, reg
ister No. 33,027, told to T. J. Candler,
$76; Gilder Maid, second, register No.
33,003, told to George Heck, $55 ; Miss
Compeer, register No. 33,026, sold to
Mr. Burt Denison, $80; Pulmyrcnc, reg
ister No. 25,211, told to T. J. Cftmllcr,
S57.75: Bttn S. of Ncntham, register No,
38,007, told to R. Gaston, $77; Addic
Sicnnl. register No. 38,250, told to Geo
Heck, $55; D.irling Star, register No,
K.Ba. sold to T. 1. Candler. SH0.
Other grades went from thirty to sixty
THE LADIES' RECEPTION.
A Delightful Afternoon al Mrs),
It it well known that the ladies ol
Ashevillc are seldom outdone in hospi
tality. Mr. C. E. Graham emphasized
this fact yesterday afternoon in tendering
at her elegant residence on Prosiect hill
a reception to the visiting ladies with the
members of the General Assembly and
also to a number of Ashevillc ladies.
There were about forty Indies present,
and refreshment were served. The vis
itors present were! Mr. Greenlee, Mr,
Cowan, Mis Carmichacl, Mr, Shearer,
Mr. Boynton, Mis Reed, Mis Laffcrty,
Mis Philip. Mis Alexander, Mr.
White, Mr. Hcnderllte, Mr. Flcmmlng,
Mr. Young, Mr. Porter, Mis Dorrah,
Miss William, Mrs. William, Mr.
Mitchell, Mrs. Wilhclm, Mr,Noyes,Mr.
Lewis, Mr. Hamilton, Mitt O'Bryan,
The Athevilleladie present were: Mr.
T. H. Cobb, Mrs, R. L. Graham, Mr
Fred Worth, Mis 8. Duke, Mrs. Car
michacl, Mrs. Collin, Mr. Arlington,
Mr. Bryan, Mis Venable, Mrs, Carring
ton, Mr. Morrison, Mrs. J. D. Robert
on, Mrs. Jordan, Mrs. Bagan,Mra. Pen
land, Mis Harrington, MistC. Bummey,
Him B. Summer and Mr. J. Ms
PovrtlL The affair washlghlytnjoyable.
DOWN TO WORK.
AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY
The Report of the Committee on
Foreign IMIhmIoiim Read-To.
The General Assembly was oieiicd this
morning nt 9.3(1 o'clock by a prayer by
the Rev. C. A. Stillman, of Tuscaloosa,
Ala. The minutes of yesttrday were or
dered read, and then some discussion en
sued on their approval by the Assembly,
the objection being that it appeared bv
the minutes that the reception of last
evening was tendered by Battery Park
hotel instead of by the First Presbyterian
church of Ashevillc. Dr. Da vies, of Ken
tucky, nioved an amendment that the
minutes be corrected in accordance with
the facts. Rev. R. A. Webb, of South
Carolina, objected to having spread
upon the minutes of the Assembly the ac
ceptance by the Assembly as a body of
nn invitation to a reception nt Battery
Park. Dr. Da vies defended the minutes
as they would stand if corrected accord
ing to his amendment and he was sus
tained by the moderator, as the invita
tion had been extended by the First Pres
byterian church at Battery Park, and
not by that hotel. I'pon the submission
of the question the Assembly approved
the minutes as amended by motion ol
Dr. Davics, by an almost unanimous
Several additional commissioners were
enrolled, having reached the city last
night and early this morning.
The following standing committees
were then appointed by the moderator:
Bills and Overtures: Class-room open
ing out ol clonk-room. II. G. Hill, D. l.;
W. Y. Davis, J. C. Stewart, G. li. Kaglc
ton, K. A. Webb, li. A. Ramsev, K. S.
Harwell, J. D. McLean, J. A. Orr, W. II.
Anderson. R. L. Move, W. M. Mcl'hec-
Judicial: Class-room owning out
cloak-room. J. B. Shearer, l. D.; W.
White. Miles Saunders, !. 11.; 11.
Walker, T. L. Hainan, T. l. Chtinn, W
X. Sliive, W. K. lames, J. i Drcnnan.
Theological Seminary : Ch r is t i a
church. I'. H. Davits, D. II.; J. Louriv
Wilson, D. D.; I. A.Penick.T. W. White,
H. II. Xewninn, Kenneth McDonald,
S. Newman, T. II. Armstrong, W. M.Cox
T. T. Foreman, W. R. Little, W. 11. Alex
Foreign Missions: Chnel Methodist
cliurcli. I. K. llvmpluil, l. P.; 1
1'lournov. A. R. Shaw, W. C. Alexander,
F. W. U-wis, W. S. Trimble, L. B. Clin
ney.J. R. McAlpinc.W. D. Klmdis, W. M
Mcintosh, D. II. Fleming, J. W. Strong
J. A. McLean.
Home .Missions: .mcaicc iiuilding.
A. Stillman, D. D.: W. A. Alexander,
L. llogtic. tt'm. F. Williehn. W. C. Smith
J. G. l'ntton, W. W. Kilough, J. I. Vance,
T. 5. llratlticlu, J. J. Wood, S. It. Holt
Education: Reynolds mid Siicnrs,
story Front. T. C. Barrett. D. !.: J.
Bruce, G. II. Stecn, D. tl. Bvers, J. M
Silencer, W. II. Groves, B. P. Rcitl, M
lohnson. W. 11. Faucett. G. W. Buskctt
J. Siencer Smith.
J'uulicntion: Kcynolds nnd fMH-nrs,
storv front. W. T. Thompson, D. D.; F
X. Whnlcy, M. C. Hutton, Cnrr Moore
W. T. Howison, G. A. Russell, S. W. New
ell. S. E. Ives, W. M. McCully.
Systematic Beneficence: . M. C.
Hall. A. II. Hamilton, J. A. Ilrvan, 1. 1
Osborne, J. L. Stevens, J. Wade Walker,
l. McKcnzic, Terry Diekcrson, J. A. Mc
Sabbath Schools: Methodist churc
audience room. J. R. Jacobs, Frank Me
Cutchnn, J. I.. Williamson, II. C. Smith
E. P. Morrisctte, J. L. Bowles, D.
Wood, E. P. Penick.
Foreign Coircsiondencc : Mc A fee
bmliling. w. A. cnmpbcll, 1). It.: W. t
Hngiin, S. I). Boggs, Cyrus Harrington
II ...... II A T.,.1.1 I li 1
1. V.. blUII. 4ft. ,UUU, l, & V. II I I li
Narrative: McAfee building. Peril
nnnd Jacobs, D. D.; J. A. Scott. W.
Lowrancc, J. W. Allen, J. It. A. Brown
li. S. Urocknwny, M. D.; G. A. Tunisson
Leave of Absence: Gallery of church.
K. (J. unker, K. II. tlotige, s. 1.. Wilson
A. Stobo Bcdon, W. M. Webster.
Itcvotionul Exercises: Pastor' study
18 Chestnut street. George Siimmcy, K
II. I'lrming, lolin liolluig.
Auditory Committee: McAfee build
ing. Dugnltl Stewart, K. M. Reams, Mar
shall Al. Gilliam, (j. .M. l-rnncisco, t
The clerk read a communication from
the American Bible Society asking that
the Assembly npiMiint the American Bible
Society the agent of the Assembly for a
fuller and more general distribution of
it publications, and give the society
such patronage a deemed by them right
and proper. Dr. Hemphill, of Kentucky,
moved tnnt tnc communication lie re
ceived and that the agent of the society,
and also one of its corrcsHnding ccrc
turit s, Rev, Dr. McLean, he requested to
address the Assembly. The motion pre
vailed and Dr. McLean delivered an nd
dress on the importance of a greater and
freer distribution of the Bible. The Assem
bly moved i'.s thanks to the society. Dr,
Hemphill offered a resolution commend'
ing the Bible Society for it work and
moving that the Assembly appoint the
society itt agent for the dissemination
of religious instruction, in this and other
land. The resolution was seconded and
Dr. Hemphill addressed the Assembly in
support and explanation of the resolu
The set of resolutions (given below In
form finally adopted ) offered by the Rev,
Mr. Hemphill started a discussion which
lasted nearly an hour. A number of the
commissioner participated. Instead of
putting the duty of attending to the
Bible work on the publication committee
a the resolution called for Dr. II. 0,
Hill moved to amend by having a stand
ing committee appointed to attend to
othing cite but that work. In support
of the proposed amendment the speaker
referred to the importance of the work
and of the necessity of a standing com
mittee for it. Res. J. D. Thnma asked
that Mr. Hill withdraw hi motion, and
Rev. J. R. McKalpin asked that the mat
ter be tabled until the other committee
had reported. The resolution was, by
request, re-read and discussion on th
changing of their wording followed. Dr-
Shearer objected to speaking of the so
ciety a agent, as the fint clans read,
and thl wa changed. Finally Dr. I
Scott moved that because of the import
ance of the matter it be referred to a spe
cial committee to investigate and report.
The motion was seconded and lost by u
vote of 65 to 74.
The resolutions were then rend seria
tim and t.-ery clause discussed. Dr,
Hemphill, who introduced them, was
successful in nearly every point, and the
resolutions with some minor amend
ments were adopted as follows :
1. The distribution of the scriptures
among the people we recognize to be a
most important department of Christian
work, essential to proper success in evan
gelizing the world.
2. The American Bible society organ
ized by our fathers to be the representa
tive of the Protestant churches in Amer
ica in promoting this work has often
been endorsed by our church as an aid in
this department of Christian evangeliza
tion, and as such has been and is still
serving in this capacity.
3. This society according to a pro
vision circulates both at home and abroad
only the pure word of God without note
or comment, leaving it altogether to the
church and the individual to interpret.
Therefore Resolved, That this Assem
bly again recognize the American Bible
society according to the constitution
upon which it is organized and the prin
ciples upon which it is at present con-
uuctetl as an mil ol our cliurcli in the dis
tribution of the scriptures and as such
commend it to the confidence nnd sup
port ol all our people.
II. That we recommend our churches
to place the Bible cause among the ob
jects of beneficence and to make an an
Html contribution lor it, to be turned
over to the auxilnry societies in their
neighborhood or directly to the nnrent
society in New York.
111. That the stated clerk of the As
scmlily be instructed to add to the blanks
sent out to the stated clerks of the Pres
byteries statistical tables for contribu
tion to the Bible cause in order that our
churches may be reminded of their duty,
and an annual exhibit may be made of
IV. That the General Assembly nt
each meeting appoint a standing com
mittee on the Bible cause in our own and
other lands, esiccially in ourownchurch.
The daily sessions of the Assembly were
fixed for 0.30 n. m. to 2 p. m.
The usual celebration of the sacrament
ol the Lord's supper was appointed for
this, Friday evening at 8.30 p. m., Rev.
D. A. Penick to preside, assisted by Rev.
W. A. Curter, Rev. M. C. Hultcn and the
W. M. Mcl'hcctcrs, Missouri; I. A.Orr,
Mississippi; J. E. Rodd, Louisiana; W
X. Boynton, Alabama; J. S. Drcnnan
South Carolina; J. S. Suttlc, Virginia.
The following is the order, of services
as announced by Rev. Mr. Summey for
next Sabbath, so far as the appointments
have been matle: First Presbyterian
church, Rev. James Park, D. D., and Rev,
C. R. Hemphill, D. D.; Central Methodist
Episcopal church, W. T. Thompson
D. and J. I. Vance; First Baptist church
Kcv. D. O. Davics, I). D. ami Rev. J
Wilson, D. D. ; French Broad Baptisi
church. Rev. T. C. Barrett and Key. J. II
The Rev. Mr. Houston, of Nashville
Tcnn., presented the rctort of the coin
miltce on foreign mission which was re
ferred to the standing committee on for
eign missions, with the exception of thnt
part referring to the collection which
wn referred to the committee on Sys
tematic Beneficence. This report togctli
cr with the rciHirt on Home Missions,
which the Citizkk understood this morn'
ing was to be read today, will Ik found
in full on the third page of today's inane.
Dr. D. C. Rankin, of Nashville. Tcnn., of
fcred his reort as secretary of Foreign
Missions which was also referred
to the standing committee on Foreign
The hour for devotional exercises hav
iug arrived the exercises were conducted
by Rev. J. B. Shearer, D. D., of North
Carolina; prayer by Rev. Dr. Stillman
of Alubamn; Kcv. Dr. Wilson, of Tennes
see, nnd Rev. Dr. Davics, of Kentucky
At the conclusion of the exercises the
Assembly took a recess till 8.3(1 o'clock
Rev. E. A. Ramsey, of Miirfrccshoro,
Tcnn., one of the bachelor commission1
ers, is about 40 year of ngc and a mnn
of commanding appearance. His influ
ence as a preacher it great, ami outside
the church, in hit adopted home, he it
leader among men. He was born
Gcorgiu and preached in Loudon nnd
Athcnt till 1884, when he became pastor
The new modcrntor, the Rev. Jumes
Park, I). D., is of Irish descent. He was
born in Knnxville. He is now about 68
year of age. He received hi education
nt Princeton College.grnduntingin 1846,
and wn coon after elected president of
Rogcrsville Female College, a position he
filled with great credit. His first pasto
rate wa Ebeneccr church, in Knox
county, Tcnn., where he wn living at
the outbreak of the war. When the
Southern churches withdrew in 1801 he
identified himself with the Southern
church and was, and is still, the nestor
of the Presbyterian of East Tennessee.
Subsequent to the withdrawal of the
Southern church, and while ministering
in Unit Tennessee, he wa subjected to
some annoyonct and much adverse criti
cism for hit adhesion to the Southern
church, but through it all be bore himself
with courage and fidelity, and, better
till, with Christian fortitude and for
bearance. In February, 1865, he was
called to Knoxville, and therefor twenty
five year he ha been a pastor,
For many rear he ha been
the stated clerk of hi presby
tery and only retired when failing heulth
made it duties too onerous for him
to discharge. He is now the stated clerk
of the synod of Nashville and ha served
since '71 or '72. Dr. Park i a man of
medium site. Hit hair once raven black,
it now silvered with th frosts of age,
No mnn in the church enjoys to a greater
degree the confidence and esteem of hi
brethren. H is an able, preacher, posi
tive and firm In alt hi convictions, and
courageously advocate them under all
circumstance. A moderator he will
add further to hi reputation. He hat
never sought that or any other position ;
on the contrary, he urged hit friends not
to press hit name before th Assembly,
but willing to trrv alwavt where dutv
call, he yielded to their earnest withe
in the matter. That he will preside with
dignity and fairness over th sitting of
th Assembly, 1 admitted by all.
THE LARGEST SALE.
Richmond Pearson's Sale of Lots
June ad, 3d. aud 4th.
The largest auction of vacant lots ever
held in Ashevillc will tnkt place June 2tl,
3d, and 4th, Mr. Richmond Pearson
will sell seventy-two lots on Market,
Eagle and Sycamore streets, and a large
number in other portions of the city.
The property on the streets named above
is in the heart of the city and is very val
uable. Mr. Pearson bought eleven acres
of land there last March, has had a large
force of hands nt work improving it,
and has spent a considerable amount of
money, The result is that 110 more de
sirable lots are to be found in the centre
of Ashevillc. Market street, fifty feet
wide, has been opened, running from the
city jail building to Eagle street, and
from there it runs as a forty foot street
to Sycamore, near its junction with
South Main. This street will in all prob
ability be lurgclv used, as it is well
graded, and will lie macadamized anil
much of the traffic will turn from South
Main street to this one. It furnishes n
better grade and nearer outlet to the
woodyard in the rear of the court house
for country wagons than South Main
street, and will tend to reduce the
crowded condition of thnt thoroughfare.
Spruce street has been lengthened by a
thirty loot extension, running from Eagle
around the brow of the hill to Market.
Eagle street has been widened and
graded, and the unsightly shanties re
moved. Sycamore street has been very
much improved in npiienrancc also. An
immense iuantity of turf has liecn put
down nnd the npicnrance of the place is
rendered very attractive by the grass
and shade trees.
Ho not forfct tie miction snlc of the
thirty-two (.71') ek'iint resiewce fats
to-morrow tit l'J o'clock lit Cliveden
Ttike l'ntton avenue car atlt.HO. It
Khali not cost you unvUiiiiL'. You will
make money if you no.
ttllver Plated Ware.
In canters, spoons, forks and knives,
special inducements arc licing otlcretl
now. Rogers' tripple plated knives,
?1.73 ier set. l orksto match at same
price. Desert knives. $1.60 ocr set. A
splendid assortment of Keed & Hnrton's
platetl ware, the best gootls made, are
tillered at lowest prices. Crockery, glass
and cutlery, very large stock and always
tne l-avt-st prices at Law s, 57, 51) and
til South Main street.
Re sure to attend the bis;
auction sale to-morrow at la
o'clock at Cliveden Park and
pout yourself on pricca ol
AHlicville residence lots.
Ice for Heasou 1890.
On and after May 1st ice will be deliv
ered only for cash or tickets. Tickets
may be obtained at our orticc. No. 30
l'ntton avenue, and will lie strictly cash,
Asimvii.i.E Icb and Coal Co.
The Mountain Park Hotel, Hot
Mprliia. N. C.
Is firstclnss in every particular, with
the best table in the South. Pure and
abundant water nnd perfect sanitary ar
rangement. The scenery is ltcntitiful, climate much
milder than Ashevillc, there being no
harsh winds nnd no dust toirritutc weak
throats nnd lunus.
The baths in marlile pools are the fin
est in the worltl and the thermal waters
are an unexcelled siiecilic for rheumatism,
gout, sciatica, nervous exhaustion and
all diseases of skin and blood.
Excellent physicians reside at the ho
tel. Trains leave Ashevillc for Hot Springs
nt 7.30 a. m., 4.31) nnd 7 11. in.
Excursion tickets, including one day's
noara at Mountain I'ark Hotel, $4,011.
For rates etc., Mdrcss
Adv. W. G. Dooi.itti.k,
A New Road to HIIhm.
If you are wise and wish to become
hea It ny and wcamiy also, you will use
Roller King or Ulcclric Liu lit flour: be
cause the Ashevillc Milling Company's
Hour it not only tnc best nut tlicchcuncst
Read Richmond Pearson')
Immense advertisement on
the third page.
New Advertisements To-Day.
IISAST OF AlUIIVII.LS KUM Balk Hkiitiiiintl
Ilcit-IR riis Rknt hi Chratnut alrrrl.
OU88 HUH RKNT.
Ilanrlinmrlv ftirnlnhctl rfralratilr locntlnn.
will tie rrntctl uninrnlnhrd irdmlrra
No. HUCHliHTNUT HT. '
A accond hand nuinry safe and one pair
platform scale. Kiiqitlre of
C. S. COOPER,
Or KELLY A 8TRACHAN,
!l PATTIIN AVKNUB.
itnu t-iTv r-snpitBTv
A flnr ffintl of R04 arm In llrnclrmnn Co..
N. C, Intern mile from Aahrvllle, on the
Httnrtanhiirir nnd Ahrvllle railroad. Pont.
nDlit anil rnllruad station on the farm.
ntay.1 dlf 9 ft an Patton Ave.
ARDEN PARK HOTEL
to mile Mouth of Ashevillc, on A. 8. K. K
,. Ill (Ml
Dinner and Tea Partle. oa oneday'.notlce,
Tho8. A. Morrl, Prop.,
aprlU dtf Arden, N. C.
. W. U. WILL. AaTHUIJ. WILL,
A8UBVILLB, N. C.
Offlct Barnard Bulldln(. P. O. Doi 804,
Plant, 8pHAcatloa., Detail, c fortvery
clan of building at short otic.
ARTISTIC INTERIOR DESIGNS SPECIALTY.
Call and m a. , aprlOdOa
ASHEVILLE AND VICINITY.
SKETCHE8 IN OIL AND WATER COLORS
22 S. Main St.t
npr 18 d
CEMENT, LIME AND PLASTER
C. E. MOODY,
Olliee No. ao l'ntton Avenue.
Telephone No. 40.
Warehouse lieur Freight l'cuot.
I have mailt- nrrntiKeinentti to keep ami
ithull luun have u full Htoek of thebcvtbrundit
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 In now lieinK built adjoining
railroad track and my stock partly here nnd
arrlvinc. I'ntll my own warrhottK I lln
itilted 1 shall occupy the Wctmtvr warehouse.
I'nrtiea tiKlnic thcc article enn nuvc one cart-
tiKC by lenviiiK order at olliec nnd having
proiierty delivered direct from wurchouse or
by cntllnK there for It.
ARTIFICIAL STONK WORK niuilc umt
VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY
Hy virtue of authority voted In (Itncvicvi
K. Cununt hy a cit tain tlt-ctl in truHtcxccuUtl
hy T. 1. Vaiu.lliirr and wile. li. A. Vantiildcr,
duiril the i.4th day of tune. A. I). 1MH7. ami
iTKiftervtf in the Kt'Kiter' oftict of Uunvomhe
cuunty in Hook 10, yaw 67; and by virtue
ui ftuinoniy vemeu in w. w. unranra ny n
ccrtuln dfctl from said T. I. VanOIIderand hi
Huid wire dated Oct. 14. 1M87, and leitiatereil
in anid KeKixtcr't oftiiv in llouk AO, paKcUH,
tofitfUii-r witn a uciiitrntinn ol trim ul tnv
aid VY. VY. lln muni dcclurcd therein dtitt-d
Oc tolwr U7, 1877, und reKixtered inmldtdice
in Hook 11 of mortgagi' and deed in trust
at utiirc : nnu uv aci-rtninoiiHTUvcairuin
the uid T. 1. Vnntiildcr and hi nid wite to
mid W. VY. ltarnitrd tinted Oc loiter lilt
hn7, nnd rt'Klxteml in nnid orticc in Hook
do, jmjc 30. 'i, tKt'ther with a declaration ol
irum Hiuae inereon ny tnc fiiu v . vt, uurn
nrddnttd the 14th day of Ik-tuber, A. I
IM7, and rvxiatered in laid ollicv in Hook 1 1
of mortKHKi-H and dcetlH of trust, uukc 407;
und by virtue of authority vented in J. A.
Connnt by a certain deed in truMtesecuted by
thcpnidT. I. Vnntstlder nnd hm anid wife.
dated the nccond day of November, lK7.
and rcK' tercel in nid tidier in Hook of mort
KUcn and deedi in trul No. 11, trnjee 470.
an well an by virtue of any authority he may
have by rcimon ol the deed in trunt first above
im-uttoned, tthv tnid T. 1. VnnOildcr and wif.
huvinu tailed to pay the raouiea ccurcd by
ench nnd every ol Mid deed In tmut ami
neeti nnu ueciarution oi trust tncreon ai
cord it k to their several provisions, and ttiv
Hiiiu trustees nnvinx nureeu amotiK tnem
selves ns to the priorities of the various
tutus secured nnu as to tnc proitcr uivtsion
ol the proceeds oi me suie oi tnc
lands hereinafter described), the said Gene
vieve K. Conuut and the said W. W. Uurnanl
nnd the stiid J. A. Conunt, trustees in said
deeds in trusts and deeds and declarations of
trust thereon, will sed at uublic auction lor
rasa at tnc court nouse uunr in tne cuy oi
AMiievinc at ii o'ciock m. on tnc mst a.y oi
May, A- D. 1huo, a certain piece or uurcel oi
land in the city of Anhcvillc, county ul Hun-
combe and State of North Carolina, on the
south side of ColleKC street, and on the west
side of I avldson street, including the elegant
brick residence now occupied by said T. I.
VanGildcr, and the stables and several ailja
cent lots buck of it, bounded us follows: On
the north by CoIIckc street, on the cast by
Davidson street, on the south by ItuKlestivet
und on the west by the Jail lot and the A. T.
Davidson lot. now Pack's. At the Mine time
and pi nee the said VY. W. Barnard will sell at
lutillc auction lor cash a larue lot of house-
told and kitchen furniture under the author
itv of the deed from said Vniitllder and wile
to Hurnard nrst and above mentioned and
the declaration of tru-t made thereon as
aforesaid March U'J, 1HUO
GEINUVIHYK K.CtNANT( Trustee.
J. A. CON A NT, Trustee.
V. VY. UAKNAKU, Trustee.
mm BIG 22,
(Formerly of Lyman tt Child),
Strictly a Brokerage BualneM
Loan securely placed at 8 per cent.
And Sweedlsh MoTeinenta.
Also Instruction In Physical Culture for
ladles and children In classes or private, hy
Miss Mnlile, of New York, at MIRAION HOS
PITAL. IMoa. m. 1.8 p.m. Call, oc, In
quiries by mall answered promptly,
A ale. T-room brlc. cottaa,' newly fur
nlshed, for the neit 4 or 8 month. 1'o.m
lon Immediately, Apply
mnyBdt Offlc Th Ash.vlll Mho. Co.
Two anod ervnts. a Ars, cIiim mnb t il.n
hous girl In smsll private family, tllahnit
sum uaia, Annrcs k. ini. dbm. uriih nc.
rences nam and address.
The annaal meetlnnof the West Ashrvllle
Toll Brlriir Co. will lie held oa Saturday,
"j ft nw", loo-ciocaia a. j, Lrmsa i
offlce, alcLoud balldlna,
. f. T. MUKKIWRTHRN,
ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1890.
TERMS STRICTLY CASH WITH ORDER
In quantities not lea than one ton at factory ..4(lc. per hundred.
In quantities not leu than ouc half ton at factory 40c. ' "
mm pounds, 110 tickets, 10 pounds each tS.oo
700 " " an " " ... o.oo
750 " in " no " " a no
looo " io " mo " " n.oo
No lec will be delivered without cash or ticket. Tickets now on (ale at the office of the
Asheville Ice & Coal Company.
Telephone No. 36 and 40. No. 30 Patton Avenue.
JELLICO COAL. AT RETAIL.
For Grate, - $5.00.11 For Stoves, 4.50.
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
For sale at Wholesale and Retail by
ASHEVILLE ICE AND COAL COMPANY,
Telephone 36 and 40.
Bxehisive Agents iltomeatic and 8tcam) for Western North Carolina.
LI1W18 MAUUUX. l'rc
L. P. MCLOU13, Vice-Pre.
OiRKCToa: Lewi Maddux, M.J. Beardcn, M. J. PRK. J. B. Rankin, I. B. Ray, J. B. Reed
8. H. Reed. Geo. 8. Powell. C. M. McLoud.
- WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, -
Organised May 1st. 1HHH.
CAPITAL, $50,000. SURPLUS, $15,000
State, County and City Depository.
Iocs a General Banking Business. Deposit received. Bxchange bought and sold. Col.
lections made on all accessible point. The Saving Feature will receive siiedal attention.
On all sums In thl department, deposited for four moutns or longer, Intereat at the rate
of 4 per cent, per annum wilt lie paid.
Special attention given to loans on real estate, which will be placed .for long time on ml
Open Irom 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. On Saturdays the Suvlng Department will bcoiien till p.m.
Only 8 Milco Irom AhIicvIUc oh the A. & S. Railroad and
The iircotest uuinlnT and variety of mincrnl spriiiK to lie found in the South.
48 Springs on Less Than 40 Acres,
Oliiilyliente, Iron, sulphur, epsom, nlum, nnd nincm-nln. Several very line eoinliiniilioin..
that nn- imrd In curing indiueMion, liver and ki.lm v troiilile. ehronli- dysentery, t-hroniedvs-l.Kln
nml ehriinit- siik headache, line snriiiK n-centlv develoH-d is the itn-ntesl tf.nie waler
evi-rfoiiml. Many nn- bunng lots to liuild resort cottaKes near the Ki-riiiKs. Lots arcsold
at nominal price to advertise the pmee and the miueral water. Hoard ean lie had ut
S20 to $30 Per Month, or Si Per Day.
Rrfenrnera, testinifinlnls, etc., enn he hnd liy writlnu to the owner; or heller yet, nnyont
iiittrextid is invited to come and try the waler. t'.rt-ut improvement will Ik made nut
Trains Irnve Ashevillc nt ll.ll.l n. tn. and return nt 7 . m. fare SB enu.
For further Information write to
OTIS A. MILLEll,
Mil t dim Skyland P. O., N. C.
ONB OF TIIK
rn the South.
Scrvlte and table First
tiWMimtxTWS I i'i
II. J. GREENWELL, Proprietor.
AHhcvllle, N. C.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Manufacturer and Dealer In all kind of Urencd
Door, Saab, Bliudti, niouldliiga, Stalrwork, nantelat, Bank
and Bar 'Uturc, and all kind of Building Material.
Hard Wood Lumber
dot 1-4 dl jr Telephone
W. I' VsiiurKN, Fresldrnt.
V. B. GllililNs, Vice-President.
BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION.
Home Office t KNOXVILLK. TENN.
MANAGED SOLELY BY ODD FELLOWS, BUT MEMBERSHIP OPEN TO ALL
Hoc a Kcncrnl business, lnds lull fni-e value of stock at al per cent, premium payable
onlhly. Isaurs monthly imym.nl stm-k. and fully mid up slink on which a cash dlv.
nil Is puld, nnd the principal duuhle In seven year. Deposit may lie withdrawn Willi
om II to I 'J ner cent ner vrnr ifunrnnli-etl. Alf -i-tirlit iIiuuIinI u , . .
Hanks a Trustee. For further particular
dtmaylil (mice for a few dav at Taylor,
Dealers In Wall Paper, Window
Paint., Oil and Varnl.hc,
We keep la stork St. Loalaand Kentucky Lead.
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
ai7 Haywood Street
All WATKR THOROUGHLY FILTERED, on the Premise.
Twenty-nv year of practical icrlence, combined with raasoHAL allentlun to nil da
tall of the bn.lnea and perfect arrangement for' cliakunm and ruarrv of all ood.
manufactured, enable the proprietor to present to hi numcrou patron a n perl or ela. of
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphons.
Olngr Ale and all the various Mayor of SODA WATBR ready for alilpaMat and delivered
free In City limit. Out of town onleru.t
Tun I Kinian '
WINE .V AND , LIQUOR STORE .
IN THE STATE.
PINE SAMPLE AND BIIXIARO ROOM.
j. a. HAavA.DT. srrr. I KO. 43 S. MAIN ST.. ASHEVILLE. N. C
I. tl. RANKIN, Cashier.
WALK I'KOM TMU
'ass the loor cverv to
Near PaMcntcr Depot.
W. M. Asimoaa, Urcrctary.
Al. Allisob, Treasurer.
- - 825,000,000
Tiiko. V. Trrnri.i., Her. At Trcas.
1. A. Ct'UsiiNO, Attorney.
T. HOWARD, State Agent.
Ikiuli Orothertoa', No. 48 Patton Av.
Shade aud Patent Hanger),
Color. Window Ulaas, botk
kar roun.i refcreac.
siisiwWiiiti.lni.t.ul'l s iiitmtba