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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: MONDAY EVENING, MAY 10, 1890.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
H. D. CHILD, BusincM Manager.
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MONDAY. MAY 19, 1800.
THE DAILY CITIZEN
Ia on sale at the following place In Asbcvlllc
BATTBRY PARK NEWS STAND.
OLBN ROCK NBWS STAND.
MiniHl. rli-.AB htoku. Patton Ave.
J. CARSON'S NBWS STOKU, North Court
PERTINENT AND PERSONAL
Mewl About Aabevllllau and ol
Mranircra Within our Untea.
Rev. J. P. Austin 1ms returned from St.
W. 12. I'dlmm lit here from Newberry
S. K. Kepler, is the latest addition to
the telephone list ; number 02.
Lewis Lone, colored, aged 20, died nt
the Mission Hospital yesterday morn,
The class of houses now building here
is above the avernue in cost and appear
ance. Harry B. King, well-known in Ashe-
villc, is at the Battery Park, from Augus
W. W. Stringfield, of the Waynesvillc
White Sulphur Springs, sjient Sunday in
J. P. Pitman, Wilmington, N. C, and
C. E. Invis, Indianapolis, are nt the
Pisguh Lodge No. 23. K. of T. meets
to-night. Visiting knights are cordially
invited to attend.
Walking parties resolve themselves
into flower gatherers these days if their
walks extend into the suburbs.
Col. W. M. Cocke and wife, of Lexing
ton, Ky., arc visiting hisdaughter, Mrs. J
li. Kankin, on Mcrrimon avenue.
The Cliveden proerty, sold nt auction
by lots Saturday for over $12,000 was
bought three weeks ( not years) ago for
"Hibriten" is the nume of a new drive
running north along the ridge from Pear
son avenue, below Mrs. T. S. Morrison's
J. E. Yalk, Baltimore; C. E. Stevenson,
Cleveland ; Amos. B. Tierce, John Dun'
hnm and H. T. Clnwson, Newark, N. J.,
registered at the Swnnnanoa yesterday,
More men watch the pavement laying
on South Main street daily than are ac.
tually engaged in that work. There is
apparently a leisure class even in Ashe-
It was hot in the sun yesterday. One
thermometer recorded 07 in the sun
while on a orch near by the shaded
mercury could not be induced to go
Dick Flournoy, colored, shot nt the
door of a house on Valley street yester
day morning. No damage done. He
was arrested and released, but fuilcd to
appear this morning.
Cnpt. Natt Atkinson returned yester-
day from a New York trip, in the interest
of the A.. A. & B. K. R. and the Belt
Line. He Is very hopeful over the pros
pects of the roads.
The committee on boundaries, in the
general conference of the M. E. church,
South, now in session at St. Louis, on
yesterday reported adversely to any
changes in the boundaries of conference.
Snow, frosts and cold rains have been
features of the weather in many North
ern States recently. Asheville, on the
contrary, hat a climate of the old relia
ble kind with only enough unpleasant
days to prove the rule.
Many of the commissioners of the Pres-
bvtcnnn Assembly complain good na
turcdly that Asheville's hills have called
on hitherto unused sets of leg muscles in
a way that makes the avoidance of limp
ing an accomplishment.
Col. Jones, G. W. Cannon, N. B. Atkin
son, Prank Funning, W. J. Fitzgerald,
and T. C. McCoy returned Saturday
from a three-flays' fishing trip in Tran
sylvania county. During that time the
party made a catch of 1,734 mountain
A visitor in Asheville said the other
day that it was the only section of
country he knew of where cows were
old by the gallon; that is, a cow that
yields two gallons of milk daily ia worth
$20; one that yield three gallons, $30;
and so on.
Among late arrivals at the Battery
Park arc E. K. Marquis, Indianapolis;
J.W. Walker, Louisville; R. Winklcman,
St. Louis ; J. M. Palm, Savannah ; Leon
Dodson, Jr., Philadelphia; C. B. Wyer,
Boston, and Mr. and Mr. W. L. Paw
ed New York. ........
There W some talk of a railroad to run
from Hot Springs to WaynesvUle. Bos
ton capitalists ore interested in the plan,
and 8. P. Plemmons and J. M. Camp
bell who lire on Spring creek, Madison
county, ore ths local movers. The pro
posed roti is op Spring creek and Fines
creek to waynesvillc, a instance oi da
mile. , , .itfi v
Judge and Mrs. C. A. Moore left for
New York Sunday to sail for England on
the 22nd. Mrs. Moon win visit her sis-
, ter,vMrs. Chapman, in London, where
her soother, Mrs, Hayer, and Miss Bayer
arc at pttsett" Judge Moors accompa
alsa kia wife partly oa account of bis
' aealta, haviaf been ordered by kis pnyei-
' cm to take rest... '. - ' , .: ': -.;
BIRMINGHAM IS NEXT.
THE ASSEMBLY TO MEET
THERE NEXT YEAR.
RESOLUTIONS CONDEMNING THE
What was Done at To-Day'a 8es
Ion of lite General Aaaetnbly
A Meeting To-Nlght.
Not more than half of the attending
commissioners were present when, at
exactly 0.30 this morning, the Assembly
was called to order by Dr. Park. Kev.
R. A. Lapsley led in prayer. The min
utes of the session of Saturday were ap
proved. Dr. Wilson read several over
tures. Among them was a petition from
the anti-lottery league of Louisiana. Re
ferred to the committecon bills and over
tures. The object of the league is resiB
tance to the grunting of a new charter
to the lottery company and to suppress
the side of tickets in the State. An ex
pression of greeting was rend from the
reformed church of America. It was
signed by Win, W. Knox. It was referred
to the committee on correspondence.
Dr. W. A. Alexander introduced the
following resolution concerning the Lou
isiana State lottery:
Whereas, we recognize it to be the
solemn duty of every eeclcsiustical body
not only to' bear witness for fundamental
truth when assailed, but to testify
against flagrant and corruptingevils in
iuriously ull'ccting the church. Therefore
Resolved, That this General Assembly
most crrmhnticullv condemn the Louis
iana State lottery company nnd warns
the members ot our cliurcn tnrougnoui
the land against all complicity with it in
any shape or from, nnd csccinl!y iu the
purchase ol its tickets for themselves or
others. Believing it to contain all the
worst features ol gambling, which is sin,
rendered all the more dangerous by its
unblushing publicity and the tnct that it
is nt present entrenchnble in all its form
of luw. imparting to it a gross injustice
in the churches of the unthinking. Me
onll noon all our ministers, elders, mem
hers and our entire constituency to do all
they can legitimately to protect our own
lieo'plc from, and to circumscribe, nnd to
limit the ravages of, and to destroy this
Without objection the resolutions were
referred to the committee on bills and
Rev. W. H. White introduced a rcsola
tion asking that the moderator npKiiit
a committee of three whose duty it
should be to aid the census authorities in
netting statistical facts pertaining to the
church. Rev. J. D. Thomas opposed its
adoption as also did Dr. Wilson. Rev.
Dr. Whitemnde a short seech in support
of it and Dr. I). 0. Davies asked to amend
it so that it would read that the stated
clerks of the different Presbyteries were
requested to furnish such information as
they saw fit to the authorities. Rev. Dr.
White did not include Dr. Dnvics' idea
entirely, nnd the whole was referred to
the committee on bills nnd overtures.
A resolution announcing a xpulnr
meeting for home missions to-morrow
night with Rev. R. A. Lapsley, II. K.
Walker, T. C. Barrett and W. L. Low
ranee as speakers was adopted.
Under tlie bead of unfinished business
the place for the next meeting enme up
and Rev. R. A. Lapsley took the floor in
favor of Birmingham. The reverend gen
tlcmnn favored thnt town because it
needed a meeting of religious men. It
was the worst town of its size he knew
of. Standing on the doorstep of the
First Presbyterian church one could see
fifty saloons and as many gambling
houses. But the speaker also favored
Birmingham because it was the central
city of the new south. He paid a deserved
compliment to Asheville.
R. II. Fleming of Virginia favored the
holding of the meeting at Charleston, W,
Rev. W. II. White seconded Birming
ham. Rev. W. C. Hngan of Arkansas made
a short address in favor of Little Rock
nnd Dr. D. O. Davies seconded the nomi
nation of Louisville in an eloquent ad
dress. Elder W. M. Cox favored Bir
mingham. The first roll call resulted in 137 votes
being cast. Of these Birmingham received
64, Charleston 3H, Little Rock 3fl, nnd
Louisville 17. On motion the nnme of
Louisville was dropped from the list and
the second ballot was taken.
The second call of the roll resulted:
Charleston 42, Little Rock 43, Birming
hnm 71. No choice. Charleston was
then dropped, and on third vote Birming
ham received 80 votes, Little Rock 71
Birmingham was then announced as the
next place of meeting.
Rev. G. D. Mathews, D. D., represent
ing the Pan-Presbyterian Alliance, Intro
duced by the moderator, explained bow
the Presbyterian church could extend its
missionary work in foreign lands. He
said deep interest was taken by business
men abroad in all missionary work, es
pecially at this time in the Congo re
A resolution introduced by Dr. Shearer
was adopted asking that the Synod of
North Carolina might meet during the
present session at tlie coll of its modera
tor for the purpose of changing the time
of the next meeting of the synod.
The report of the committee on an
overture front the Presbytery of Wil
mington asking if an elder who has re
moved from one church to another and
ceased to be an active elder can demit his
office provoked a long discussion. The
committee recommended as an answer
that under the circumstances dcscrilied
there is no constitutional provision for
demitting the office of elder.
Dr. Hemphill offered an amendment
that the elder conld be devested of his of-
6ce without censure, and that the ses
sion sf the church of which he Is a pri
vate member is the proper body to di
vest him of his office. Carried.
Devotional exercises followed, con
d noted by Key. C. L. Hogue, of Missouri.
The assembly took a recess tiU 8.80 this
evening, when a meeting will be held ia
toe Interest of foreign atiastons.
A comnrrttee was appointed oy toe
moderator to consider the two reports
submitted by thecommitteeon licensures
It is composed of J. I. Vance, K. McDon-
Dr. Hill, as chairman of the committee
on bills and overtures, made an interest.
THE SARATOGA ASSEMBLY.
Latent Front tbe Proceedluica of
The Citizen gives herewith extrncts
from the proceedings of the Presbyterian
General Assembly in session nt Saratoga :
The report of the Committee on Over
tures for Revision showed that 132 pres
byteries had voted for revision nnd 06
against revision. Therejiort was referred
to a speciul committee to canvass tnc re
The renort of the Committee on the
Board of Publication showed an extrav
agant and unbusiness-like manner of con
ducting this large interest, and recom
mended curtailment in ninny ways.
The report of the Secinl Committee on
the Increase of the Number of Ministers
says thnt 1 7 per cent, of nil the Presbyte
rian churches in tnc umtea Mates nave
vacant pulpits. Of the whole 5,780 min
isters, after deducting licentiates, evan
gelists retired, and those in othcial posi
tion, only 2.H87 ordained and installed
pastors are left, while the total number
of churches is 0,543.
In the course of discussion Rev. Dr. Van
"It hns been crowing up in my soul for
twentv-five years that we owe it to the
church, to mankind, nnd to God to so re
vise the Confession of faith as that it
shall commend itself to common accept
ance nnd to the progressive religious sen
timent of the world, nnd you might as
well attempt to stop the advance ol spring
as to check the tide of religious sentiment
that has set in the direction ot the revis
The New York Herald of Sunday says
that the progress thus far made in the
debate on revision can thus be summa
Revisionists, as their suggested amend
ments to their committee's report show,
have been forced to concede co-ordinate
enucting powers to the General Assem
bly; anti-revisionists, by weight ot argu
ment nnd oratory, have scotched the rad
ical heresy that the Assembly is a mere
clerical servant to the presbyteries in the
procedure ot revision ; revisionists nave
had to recede from thnt iden in order to
save the cause of revision ; conservative
revisionists, who hold the balance ol
power here hnve thus joined the anti-revisionists
on their prune constitutional
proposition; the subject matter of creed
revision has not been touched yet.
ATTACKS OF INFIDELS
Not Ho Herloua aa the Action of
The New York Sun of Friday hud the
"Ingersoll nnd Huxley nnd the whole
band of a vowed agnostics and inliilels
urc not doing so much to Unngaoout the
downfall of religious laithasthe majority
of the delegates to the Presbyterian Gen
eral Assembly nt Saratoga to-day are un
wittingly doing by assailing the very
foundations of faith with the weapons
nnd the strategy of mere human reason."
This paragraph was shown Rev. C. R.
Hemphill, D. IX, of Kentucky, and he
"(In the justice of sweeping statements
of this character I would prefcrtoexpress
no opinion. I nm free to say, however,
that the style of criticism of the West
minster stnndnrds, in which some North
ern Presbyterians huve indulged is likely
to have on effect on the religious faith ol
the ieople more serious and more lasting
than the nttneksof infidclsand agnostics.
The same remark applies to the methods
of Biblical criticism employed by some
Amcrinn scholars of eminence and piety.
While believing thnt there is n true place
for Biblical criticism my persuasion is
strong thnt rationalistic principles have
become nlnrmingly prevulent in the hand
ling of the Scriptures. But the Bible wns
never so deeply intrenched in the hearts
of so many ieople us it is to-dny."
Dr. II. G. Hill, the retiring moderator
"It is against Christian nims, the sub
jection of revealed religion to the test of
reason and science, and undoubtedly tends
to agnosticism. Many of the doctrines
of revealed truth are addressed to man's
faith and not to his reason. The moment
a doubt of the Inspiration of the Scri
turcs is entertained man's faith is broken
nnd he is on the high road to infidelity,
If we accept the Bible as truth we must
not inquire why a thing is so, for we can.
not understand all it contains, nnd here
in consists the true faith."
Kacapcd From tbe Jail.
Clins. Cole and W. II. Head, white,
nnd Arthur Davidson nnd Frank Wilson,
colored, escnied from the city jnil Inst
sight. They were in for being dmnk and
disorderly. They picked theccll lock and
let themselves down from the third story
window by means ol knotted bedclothes.
Cole and Head appeared, however, und
plead guilty before Mayor this morning
to being drunk and disorderly. Cole was
fined $3 and Head $3. The colored men
have not been caught.
W. G. Frndy was before the Mayor
this morning charged with being drunk;
fined $3. Mat Rankin and Ida Tucker
who live nci.r the electric light station
plead guilty and were fined $3 each fur
using profane language.
All are Invited.
The second Scotch-Irish Congress to be
in session at Pittsburgh, Pa., from May
20th to June 1st next will be a grand
mass meeting, bringing together repre;
sentative people of the race from all parts
of America including North Carolina.
The thirty-seventh annual session of
the North Carolina State Medical Society
will be held at Oxford, May 27-20.
The program of the seventh annual
session of tbe North Carolina Teachers'
Assembly, to be held at Morcbrad City
June 17-30, Is exceedingly attractive.
The commencement program (June 12)
of Trinity College has been Issued.
It is a curious fact that some of the
oldest of Asheville's residents refuse to
believe that real estate here has advanced
on healthy lines, These non-believers
come back froid auction sales of lots de
claring that all tbe prices were beyond
reason, while the fact is ths advance la
so steady that what were thought to be
fictitious values two years ago would
be considered low for tbe same proper
ties now. ..
r. v. a. M. chapman Dead.
Mrs. Varina S. M. Chapman died at
her home on Bartlett street yesterday at
5.10 p. m. She was 74 years old. The
immediate cause of her death was an at
tack of bronchitis, rendered fatal by her
age and physical weakness. Mrs. Chap
man had no relatives here, and her cous
in, George Millikcn, of Philadelphia, was
telegraphed for. He will be here to-morrow
to take charge of the remains. The
interment will be at Philadelphia. Mrs.
Chapman was the relict of Rev. Rol)ert
Hctt Chapman, who was for a number
of years pastor of the Presbyterian
church in this city. Her husband died
here about five yenrs ago. She was a
daughter of Mr. Moore, for a long time
editor of the New Berne Spectator, nnd
was married in 1861.
The funernl services wfll be conducted
nt the house to-morrow nt 12 o'clock by
the moderator of the General Assembly,
Rev. James Park, and by Rev. W. S. P.
Bryan. The pall bearers will be selected
from the Assembly.
Gov.Fowleand Miss IlclenFowleleft this
morning for Charlotte, where they will
attend thecelcbrntion of the Mecklenburg
Declaration of Independence.
Mr. W. 0. Doolittlc. late of the Moun
tain Pnrk Hotel, Hot Springs, is now as
sociated with the management of the
Mizzen Top Hotel, Quaker Hill, N. Y.
Workmen arc tearing down the build
ing on South Main street formerly occu
pied by Strauss as a restaurant. Work
on the new stores to be erected there will
A meeting of the West Asheville Toll
Bridge Co. was held at A. J. Lvman's
oflice Saturday, and the old board of di
rectors elected with the exception of J.
D. Carrier in place of Mr. J. P. Gaston.
Owing to a misunderstanding between
J. K. Coimnllr, the owner of the land be
low the new iron bridge and the West
Asheville Toll Bridge Company aliout
the right of way, the bridge will prob
ably be moved to some oint down the
river. The additional cost will amount
Death of J. J. Uudiier.
J.J. Gudgcr, one of the best known res
idents ol Western North Carolina, died
at his home on Sandy Mush, Madison
county, this morning ut 2 o'clock, of din
betes. He had been in poor health for
several weeks, and his death was has
tened by a shock he received from jump
ing off a porch to stop a runaway horse
two weeks ago. He was 74 yenrs old
and the father of Hon. II. A. Gudgcr and
Mrs. W. W. Rollins, of this city, and J.
M. Gudgcr, of Marshall.
Rev. J. P. Ivller, of the firm of J. P.
Ellcr, Natt Atkinson and W. T. Rey
nolds, is feeling jubilant over finding in
this county two iron veins, one thirty
six feet in width, solid ore, the other
ninety-six feet in width and nearly solid1
and two more, yet to be 0cncl, which
he is confident will be equally rich. Mr,
liller und his company huve taken op
tions on over three thousand acres in
this and Madison county, and he feels
quite certain that they have the biggest
thing in the way of iron thnt hns yet
lieen found iu this Western Carolina.
Vllvcr Plated Wsre."
In cunters, sxon, forks and knives,
special inducements are being ottered
now. Rogers' trinple plated knives.
$1.75 per set. Forks to match at same
price. Desert knives, $1.60 iier set. A
splendid assortment of Keed & Barton's
plated ware, the best goods made, ore
ottered at lowest prices, crockery, gla
and cutlery, very large stock and always
the lowest pneesaut Law s, 07, o'J und
Gl South Main street.
Read the advertlacmciit of
Auction Sale of dcHirablclot
on North Main street next
Ice for Season 1890.
On nnd after May 1st ice will be deliv
ered only for cash or tickets. Tickets
may be obtained nt our office, No. 90
1 'at ton avenue, and will he strictly cash.
ASIIKVILLK iCU AND COAL CO,
Tbe Mountain Park Hotel, Hot
Mprtiiita, N. C.
Is firstclass in every particular, with
the best table in the South. Pure and
abundant water and perfect sanitary ar
rangements. The scenery is henutiful, climnte much
milder thnn Asheville, there being no
harsh winds nnd nodusl to irritate weak
throats and lungs.
The baths in marble pools are the fin
est in the world and the thermal waters
are an unexcelled spmtic for rheumatism,
gout, sciatica, nervous exhaustion and
all diseases ofskin and blood,
Excellent physicians reside at the ho
tel. Trains leave Asheville for Hot Springs
nt 7.30 a. m 4.,'li) nnd 7 p. m.
Excursion tickets, including one day's
ooaru at Mountain rnrk hotel, .6U.
For rates etc., Address
Adv. W. 0. DooUTTLB.
A Mew Road to Bllaa.
If you are wise and wish to become
healthy nnd wealthy also, you will
Roller King or Electric Light flour;
cause the Asheville Milling Company's
nour is not only tnc best out tnecheaorat.
New Advertisement) To Day.
AlCTlox Hai.s T. P. a Oeo. If. S tames.
f.iMT This Office.
To-dny, on Patton avenue, near Pelhan's
ami stiire, a nnr or sold an men ions, enam
eled In blue. rlth tha wnrrf "llahv" on It. A
A suitable reward will be (ivea if left at this
Tuesday, May BO, being a keal holiday,
tnc uana Ol tnc city will oa cioaea.
I.awrsrcs Hui.ua m, Cashier
J. 8. Kankin, Cashier,
W. H. Psnunn, Cashier.
POa CITV PROPBRTY.
A line farm of a- acre in Hrnneraon Co.,
N. C sitter miles lYnm Aahevllle. on the
Snnrtanhurir and Asheville railroad. Poat-
omce and railroad station on the rami.
aiaya dtf 84 a Be Patton Ave,
A nice T-rnnm hrlca eottajre. newtv Air
mailed, for the neat or month. Passu
eion immediately. Apply .
naySdtf Offlea The AshrriAe Shoe Co.
JJOUSB POM RBHT.
Ilandaomely fan irlahed deslratil location,
WUl be rented aa'amlahad k? deal red
nrawhed Hdealreal. Apply
No. St CHBSTNUT BT.
may 11 w
Oold, Silver, Ivory, Oak, Gilt and Combi
nation Moulding. Alao Room Mouldings.
1-turea Matted, Mounted and Framed at
lowest price and work guaranteed. Bngrav-
ln Painting and Local View always on
aa S. Main St.,
anr 1H rt
CEMENT, .LIME AND PLASTER
C. E. MOODY,
O l Vice No. 30 Patton Avenue.
Telephone No. tO.
Wnrvhouse near Freight Depot.
I huve made arrancmcnti to keep and
shall toon have a full stock of the beat 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 wnrvhouse Is now being built adjoining
railroad track and my stock partly here and
arriving. Until my own warehouse Is fin
ished I shall occupy the Webster warehouse.
Parties using these articles can save one cart
age by leaving orders at office and having
property delivered direct from warehouse or
by calling there for It.
ARTIFICIAL. 8TONB WORK made same
VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY
By virtue of authority vested In Genevieve
K. Conant by a certain deed in trust executed
ny 1. 1. vtMU.uuer ana wuc, u, a. vanuiiucr,
dnteri the U-ith iIat of tune. A. D. 1H87. and
rt'KiKtcrvd in the Register's office of Buncombe
county in Book 10, patec 674; and by virtue
of authority vested in W. W. Barnard by a
certain deed from said T. I. Vantiildcrandhis
naid wife dated Oct. 14. 1HB7. and registered
in snid Kcgittcr's office in Book 00, pagc4im,
together with a declaration of trust of the
aid W. W. Barnard declared therein dated
October ii7, 1877. and registered in said office
in Hook 1 1 of mortgages and deeds in trust
at urnee 444: and bv a certain other deed from
the siUd T. I. V fin Gilder and his said wife to
nld W. W. Bnrnard dated October 39.
l87. and registered in said office in Book
tVu, page 503, together with a declaration of
i rum hiuiic wurrsri'it vnc miu w . wt uniii-
ard dated the 14th dar of October, A. L.
1HN7, and registered in said oflice in Book 11
uf mortgages and deeds of trust, page 407;
and by virtue of authority vested in J. A.
Conant by a certain deed Id trusteaecutedby
the sniu T. i. vaniiiiucr ana nis saia wue,
dated the second dav of November. 1HH7,
and registered in said office in Hook of mort
gages und deeds in trust No. 11. page 470,
as well as bv virtue of any authority he may
have by reason of the deed In trust first above
mentioned, tthe said T. I. VanGildcr and wife
having tailed to pay tne monies secureu o;
eaeh nnd everv of said deeds in trust an
deed and declarations of trust thereon ac
cording to their several provisions, and the
said trustees having agreed among them
selves as to the priorities of the various
debts secured and as to the nroocr division
of the proceeds of the sale of the
lands hereinafter described), the said Gene
vieve R. Conant and the said W. W. Barnard
nd the aald I. A. Conant. trustees In said
deeds in trusts and deeds and declarations of
trust thereon, will sell at public auction for
cash at the court house door In the ..city of
Asheville at 1 2 o'clock m. on the Slst dty of
May, A. 1. 1KUO, a certain piece or parcel oi
una in tne city oi Asncviue, county oi van
combe and State of North Carolina, on the
south side of College street, and on the west
side of I avid son street, including the elegant
brick residence now occupied by said T. 1.
VanGildcr, and the stables and several adja
cent lots buck of It, bounded as follows I On
the norih by College street, on the east by
Da vidian street, on the south by Baglcstrect
and on the west by tbe jail lot and tbe A. T.
Davidson lot. now Pack's. At tbe samt time
and place the said W. W. Barnard will scU at
public auction lor cash a large lot of house-
noiu anu uuenen lurniturc unqer toe amnur
itv of tbe deed from said VanGildcr and wife
to Barnard first and above mentioned and
the declaration uf trut made thereon as
aforesaid March M, isw.
GBNBV1BVB R. CONANT, Trustee.
J. A. CONANT, Trustee.
W. W. BARNARD. Trustee.
And Swcedlah Movements.
Also Instruction In Physical Culture for
ladles and children la classes or private, by
Miss Mablc, of Mew York, at MIBHIOM HO
PITAL. B-10 a. m. 1-8 p. m. Call or In
quiries by mall answered promptly,
ARDEN PARK HOTEL
10 miles Hoath of Asheville, oa A. a. R. R
Per Month 0 00
Per Week 13 00
Per Day S 00
Dinner and Tea Parties oa oneday'snotice,
Thoa. As MOrria, rrop.. .
aprlO dtf Ardea, N. C.
. w. a. wills.
AtHBVILLB, N. C.
Ofll. Barnard Balldlng. p. O. Boa DM.
Plans, apaci Bca tion, Detail, A., Ibe.very
eta, of building at short aotlos. ,
Airmm INTERIM DEtlQNS A mCULTY.
Call aad asTy'I (jf f hdy$
ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1890.
TERMS STRICTLY CASH WITH ORDER
In quantities not leas than one ton at factory
In quantities uot lea than one half ton at factory
00 pound, 00 ticket, 10 pound, each
700 " 38 " 35 " "
750 " 10 " SO "
1000 " 10 " 100 " "
No Ice will be delivered without cash or tickets. Ticket now oa sale at the one of tbe
Asheville Ice & Coal Company.
Telephone No. 36 and 40. No. 30 Patton Avenue.
JELLICO COAL AT RETAIL.
For Crate, S3.00.II For Stoves, S45
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
For sale at Wholesale and Retail by
ASHEVILLE ICE AND COAL COMPANY,
Telephone 36 and 40.
Bxcluslvc Agent (Domestic and Steam) for Western North Carolina.
LBWI8 MADDUX, Pre.
L. P. McLOUB, Vlcc-Prca.
DliBCToaa:-Lewis Maddux, M.J. Beard en, M.J. Pan, J. B. Kankin, J. B. Bay, J. B. Reed
8. H. Reed, Oeo. a Powell. C. M. McLoud.
-E WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, -
Orraoised May lat. 188S.
State, County and
Doea a General Banklnc Bualneaa. Deporit
lection made on all aconalble points. The Saving Feature will receive special attention.
On all .urn In this department, deposited lor four montns or longer. Interest at the rate
of 4 per cent, per annum will be paid. a
Special attention siren to loan oa real estate, which will be placed for lone; time oa real
Opea from a. m. to 8 p. m. On Saturdays the Sarins; Department wUl be open till p.ns.
Only 8 miles from Asheville on the A. S. Railroad and
The greatest number and variety of mineral springs to be fouud la the South.
48 Springs on Less Than 40 Acres.
Chalybeate, Iron, sulphur, epeom, alum, and magnesia. Several very Sue combination,
that are used in curing indigestion, liver and kidney trouble, chronic dysentery, chroaicdva.
pepsin and chronic sick headache. One spring recently developed ia the greatest tonic water
ever found. Many are buying lota to build resort cottage near the Spring. Lot are sold
at nominal prlcea to advertise the place and the mineral water. Board can be had at
Sao to $30 Per Month, or Si Per Days
Kcfcreiicee, tcatimonlala, etc., can be hnd by writing to the owner ; or better yet. nnyone
Interest d is invited to come and try the water. Orcat improvement will be made nest
Trains leave Aahevllle at 9.0.1 a. m. and return at T p. m. fare SB cents.
Por further Information write to
OTIS A. MILLER,
fcbii dim Sky land P. O., N. C.
ONE OP THB
In the South.
Serviie and table Pint
H. J. GREENWELL, Proprietor.
Asheville, N. C.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Manufacturer and Dealers la at kinds of Dfeaaed
Door, Sash, Blinds, mouldings, Btalrwork, Mantels, Bank
and Bar Fixtures, and all kinds of Building Material.
Hard Wood Lumber Work a Specialty.
Telephone Mo. aek
W, P WAsnni'SN, President.
W. B. Oinnins, Vice-President.
BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION,
Home Office i KNOXVILLE, TENN.
Authorized Capital, - - $25,000,000
LOCAL BOARD AT ASHEVILLE:
S. O, Boms, President.
C. C. McCabtv, ViccPreeldent
MAfUOED SOLELY BY ODD FELLOWS, BUT MEMBERSHIP OPEN TO ALL
Does a general bualneaa. Lend fall face value of atock at lx per cent, premium payable
monthly, laauea monthly payment atock, and fully paid up atock on which a cash divi
dend Is paid, and the principal doable, in seven year.. Dcpoait. may be withdraw n with
from 6 to 1 3 per cent per year guaranteed. All aecurltiea deposited with tore National
Bank, aa Trnatec. for further particular call oa
Na T. HOWARD, State Agent.
dtmaylil Office for a lew davs at Taylor, Bonis a Brotncrton's, No. 43 Pattoa Ave.
Dcalcrsln Wall Paper, Window Shades and Patent Hangers,
Paints, oil. and Varnishes, Maaary Mixed Palate aad Colors. Window Olaas, both
Prenck aad Americaa
W. keep la stock St. Loawaad K en tacky
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
aiy Haywood Street.
All WATER THOROUGHLY FILTERED on the Prctnlses.
Twenty-Are years of practical experience, combined with rxaaoMAX attentloa to all de
tail, of the bualneaa and perfect arrangements for clbamurbm aad rvarrv of aU sood.
manufactured, enable tbe proprietor to preacnt to his aumerona pa truss a superior ataa. of
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphons
Dinger Ale aad all the various flavors of SODA WATBR ready for shipment aad delivered
frer la City limit. Out of tows ordersust hart BMsusLa reference.
s C H. CAMPBELL.
V WINE . AND V. LIQUOR . STORE .
. IN THE STATE.1 '. - ,
FINE SAMPLE AXO DIf.I.lAPn KOOZX.
j.XWtatWs,; IQ 43 S. CS3 ST., CTOif, It
,0c. per hundred.
I. B. RANKIN, Cashier.
reed red. Bachane bonsht and sold. Col..
WALK PROM THB
Pass the door everr to
Near Passenger Depot
W. M. Ash moss. Secretary.
Alms. Allison, Treasurer.
Tnio. V. TtaaiLL, See. At Treaa.
V. A. CUMHMiOa, Attorney.