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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN : TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 20, 1800.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
H. D. CHILD, Business Manager.
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The Citiibn U the moit extensively circu
lated and widely read newspaper In Western
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TAKEN UP THIS MORNING
AND DISPOSED OF.
MAJORITY OF PRESBYTERIES
DID NOT FAVOR IT.
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nt nnttlle Inivirrltv. honest
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TUESDAY. MAY 20. 18U0.
THE DAILY CITIXEN
Is on sale at the following places In Ashcvllle:
BATTBPY t'ARK NEWSSTAND.
OLBN KUCK NKWS STAND.
uoiiRL (MUAB HTOHli. Patton Ave.
j. CARSON'S NBWS STOKB, North Court
PERTINENT AND PERSONAL
Newt About Aat.evllllisiiw and ol
Ntrners Within Oar Oaten,
Rev. Geo. II, licit bus returned from the
Episcopal convention at Tnrlioro.
Cnpt. T. . Tutton and Miss t'liiinit
I'ntton returned from Turboro this morn-
The tight lietwceu Lay ton aud Lenry
will come offThursdny or Fnduy n'KM
at the Opera Hall.
The Elfin Stnr Comedy comimny will
probably be at the opera hnll for a week
commencing June 3
J. II. llnrnnrd has returned from u
gust ii, Clrt., where he is building the six
teen mile electric street railroad.
Prank S. Ouilvie. New York: I. II.
llnva. Scranton. Pa.: Henrv L. Bolder
and N. C. Lane, Baltimore, are at the
In accordance with a wish expressed in
Mrs. V. S. M. Chapman's will her re
mains were to-day taken to Philadelphia
to be cremated.
Sheriff Reynolds is to-day cnnij!cd in
making his final settlement of taxes with
Chairman I. E. Kaukin, of the board ol
county commissioners. The amount
G. D. Ray, a prominent business man ol
llurnsvillc, win in the city this morning
en route home, from a visit to New York
lie was nccompunicd by his daughter,
Miss ulia Ray.
Dr. J. A. Ilurrutu;hs and wile leave to
morrow for Lynchburg' Ya., on a visit
From there lr. Uurriiughs will go to Ox-
ford, N. C. to nttend the annual meeting
of the State Medical Association.
C. V. Maxwell, Davidson College, N.
C.;M. Wolf. New York; J. M. Dickson,
llamsburg, Pa., and C. A. Hampton
Miss. Helen Hampton, Harry Hampton
and Mrs. E. S. Jones, of All Healing
Springs, X. C. are registered at the
On May 25th the Richmond and Dan
ville railroad will put on Pullmans be
tween Hot Springs .tnd Augusta, (".a..
via Ashcvillc, Spartanburg and Columbia,
These enrs will lie on the regular train
leaving Ashcvillc for Augusta at 0.13 a.
in. mid arriving at Ashcvillc from Augus
ta at 7 p. tn.
Tbe Morristown and Cumberland Gap
railroad of which Col. I. G. Martin ol
this city is president is an usstircd fact
Col. Martin has written that grading
will be commenced in June; all the neces
sary capital having been interested, be
sides the handsome subscriptions voted
by Morristown, Graingrr and Hnmblin
Tit Kplacopal Convention
The centennial Episcopal convention ol
North Carolina was held last week in
Tarboro. Delegates from nil partsof the
State were in attendance. The sessions
of the body were presided over by Ilishop
Lymnn. Ilishop Watson of the eastern
diocese was also present. The delegates
from Aslievillc were Rev. McXccly Du
bote, Rev. Jarvis Buxton, Rer. D. II. Ru
el, Rev. Geo. II. Hell, Rev. W. F. Rice,
Rev. C.J. McDuffy and Capt. T. W. Pat
too. Capt. Patton returned home this
morning and reports himself as having
had an enjoyable time. Of tbe convert
lion he says: "Two most interesting ad
dresses were delivered Inst Sunday. Hisli
op Watson spoke Sunday morning on
the 'Three first Bishops of North Curoli
nn, Ravensrroft, Ives and Atkinson.' At
night Rer. F.J. Murdock, of Salisbury,
spoke on the church with regard to its
position on christian unity. This add
was remarkable for its force of argument,
and was highly praised by those who
"Tbcrt were, at an estimate, live hurt-
. dred guests in Tarboroduringthcsession,
and the citiiens of that place excelled even
their own record, which has heretofore
been beyond any place In the State, for
The next convention will be held In
Ashcvillc May 13, 1801. i
The Aantrvlll) and Brlalol.
The contract has been let lor the build
ing of tbe Ashcvillc and Bristol railroad.
The line is to be fifty-five miles long, and
will run from Ashcvillc towards Bristol,
Tenn. The work is to begin August 1,
1800, and must be completed by March
1, 1803. One hundred miles of tbe French
Broad Valley railroad have also been let
to contract to be begun by June 30,1800
and finished by December 1, 1891. Jas.
Raymond, of New York is the contractor
for both roads.
V mmtmwn Uso Havsr.
Stephen Byss was the flrst prisoner
called this Morning In the Mayor'scourt.
lit was found guilty on the charge of I
sing profane and vulgar language, and
The Report of the Committee on
Temperance To-day and IaNt
NlKht'a Meetluu; otitic Gen
eral Aaaenibly, Etc.
The birst I'resbytcnnn church was
crowded last night at the meeting in the
terest of foreign missions. The meeting
was conducted by Dr. Hemphill, of Ken
tucky. After singing the doxology and
a prayer by Dr. Hemphill, the Rev. M. H.
Houston, secretary of foreign missions
made a short address. Rev. J. Rockwell
Smith of Pernnmbuco, Brazil, was intro
duced. "Since the days spoken of in the
Bible," said the distinguished speaker,
"Romish and other idolators have flour
ished, 1 come from a Romish land, and
bring for you to see, the idols and images
the people there worship (here he exhibi
ted several painted idols) and not the
Christ, the Saviour." The speaker snid
the Brazilian synod numbered sixty-three
churches and thirty-four ministers, fifteen
of whom were natives. The territory
was a vast one to cover with a church
membership of about 3,000, but with
more resources for prosecuting the work
it would grow. Money was needed for
the printed word, lor that would go
where messengers cannot go. It was not
only those tied to idolatry they had to
overcome, but another element more diffi
cult still the rationalistic clement, who,
tied to no faith, combnttcd them all. The
new republic had come to stay, and re
newed hoie is oicn to spreading the gos
pel as never before. Now is the opKrtu
nity to take a tlood-tiih to carry the gos
pel nil over that broad land. Thcspenker
made an npieal to the young men and
women to join in the good work, "for
there are enough of you nnd to spare,
said he, "to carry the gosicl to the utter
most ends of thecarth."
"Age," said the Rev. Thornton
Sampson of Greece, next Sieakcr, "is not
essential to missionary work. I do not
lisparnge aged laborers, but it is tl
strength of youth that is needed. The
Greek church is only a heathen church
baptized by another name. The Greeks
have some good in them, but are noted
lor their duplicity. They are deserted by
the Spirit of the Lord. The Greekchurch
does not resist religious literature like
the Romish church and others; if not
sympathy with missionary work, at least
freedom is granted for that urM
Greek christians are good christians."
The siienkcr related a remonstrance
made to a Greek preacher, who icplicd
that he does not prcncli Christ, as he
would be torn in shreds. "I bad rathe
lie torn in shreds in this world for prcac
ing Christ, than be fried in frizzles in the
other world," snid Dr. Sampson.
Rev. Pierce Saunders also addressed
the meeting giving his reasons for liciug
A notice was given that a meeting in
aid of Home Missions would be held to
night in the church at 8.:i(l ; addresses
by Reverends R. A. Lnwley, of Alabama
II. K. Walker, of Georgiu, V. L. Low
ranee of Texas, J. It. Thomas of Virginia
and T. C. Barrett of Arkansas. A collec
tion was taken in aid of foreign missions
and the meeting closed with prayers by
Dr. Houston and Dr. Thompson. The
Assembly adjoined to meet this a. in
Prayer was offered by Rev, J. Rumple,
I). !., of Salisbury, at the oicning
this morning's session of the Assembly
The minutes ol yesterday's meeting
were approved with a few minorchanges.
The reading of the report of the com'
mittce on temperance apiointrd in 1HHH
had been made the Sccial order for this
session. It was immediately taken up.
It required nearly an hour fonts rending
It covered the entire question fully. The
reading of the report was followed by
rending accompanying nmiers by Dr,
Hodge, of Princeton, and by Dr. Thorn,
wall, of Columbia, on the same subject
Tlie Assembly listened with interest. The
conclusion arrived at by the authors of
the papers did not seem to meet with
full approval, though they were not for
mally submitted to the Assembly. From
votes on motions as to the disMtsnl of
the report nnd the amendments thereto,
it was clearly indicated that the commis
sioners were not agreed nn (he question
At the conclusion of the reading Rev,
W. L. Lowrance moved that the report
be placed upon tbe docket until the next
Assembly and that the rcKrt be pub
lished and sent to the different prcsby
tcries, in order that they might be. pre
pared to discuss it at the session of 1801.
Directly after the vote was made Dr.
Wilson read a Ulrgram from the assent
bly at Saratoga in reply to the greeting
sent on Saturday. It read: "The Gen.
ernl Assembly in session at Saratoga
Springs responds cordially to your fra
ternal message and invokes upon yon
grace, mercy and peace from the triune
This was signed by Wm. B. Moore,
moderator, and W. H. Roberts, stated
Dr. W. A. Campbell read the report of
the committee on society snd tithes. The
comtnittc presented both a majority and
a minority report. The former was
signed by W. It. Groves, C. W. 8uber
and C. L. Hague and stated that with
regard to the overtures asking the as
sembly to take tome action on the ques
tion of tithes they recommended that tbe
matter be referred to a special committee
to meet in 1801. Tbe minority report
was signed by W. A. Campbell and B. N.
McAulcy and asked that the present
T 7"" ' I .-.on attend to the matter. In case
. 7T7 ' . . 7 committee rarnished some figures lor the
?., .iT' AsMy to comrld-r. Out of -renty-ton
a pistol. AU tbe offenders were col. I ,( .. h i
' , , . , I to and aaked for papers on the laws of
the tithe sixty-eight had responded. Out
of this number fifty-one had written that
under the New Testament they did not
consider the law of the tithe binding ; ten
wrote that thev did regard it aB binding ;
one was on the fence nnd six had no
opinion to express. The committee
would recommend that these facts be
spread upon the minutes and no further
action be taken by the Assembly,
Dr. D. 0. Davies moved that the minor
ity report be adopted. This motion was
seconded and W. H. Groves who hail
signed the majority report, rose to speak
on it. Mr, Groves had evidently in
tended to make a speech on the lithe
question itself nnd not on the question
before the Assembly, He spoke lor lully
live minutes not once touching the suli-
jeet, when Dr. Thompson rose to a point
of order and asked that the Bnenker be
directed to speak to the question. The
moderator made the required suggestion,
but Mr. Groves continued as before
Again Mr. Thompson objected and
the speaker was warned, but us before
paid no attention to the qucs
tion. Rev. J. I'. Thomas was the
next to object and when a brother mem
ber sarcastically remarked that it might
lie ns well to let the speaker continue,
that he might come to the question later
on, A perfect storm of objections rained
down and Mr. Groves was forced to re
tire. Dr. McPhccters moved ns a substitute
to the motion of Dr. Davies that the
majority report be accepted and that a
siweiul committee be appointed to report
at the next General Assembly. It was
seconded and Dr. Hill said he favored the
minority report because it would admit
of the discussion of the question before
this Assembly, and that he favored the
minority because it gave more time for
the question to be discussed by the ieo-
ple of the different Presbyteries. Dr,
Hague explained ns the reason why he
would vote for the majority that it had
not Ix-cn sufficiently considered by the
people. He thought another vcar of dis
cussion through the ncwspaicrs would
liud the people better able to handle the
Kev. R. it. Fleming appealed to the As
sembly not to vote for the majority so
that the ncwspucrs niightdisvuss it.
Dr. Webb made u strong sjieeeli, in
which he expressed liimscll as heartily in
favor of the law of the tithe, anil Kev.
F. X. Whalcy, who followed, echoed his
remarks. Dr. Davies 8okc against the
motion. In the face of n vote of 51 pres
byteries against 10 that the law was not
hi ail ing it did not seem to him that the
Assembly should say they were not pre
pared to discussthcqiicstiou. Dr. Sheaier
said a church had no right to provide for
or against the tithe law. There was not
in article in the profession of faith on
Rev. J. R. Jacobs rose to 8icnk, but the
cull for the question headed him olT and
the vote on the substitute resulted in a
tie C3 to 05. The moderator cast the
deciding vote in the negative. Rev. J. D.
Thomas moved to reconsider and after
some delay it was carried.
The nyes and noes were called for. Ob
jected to. The question, Shall the ayes
and noes be called?; lost, 30 for,
against. I iriginnl question called on the
majority report; rcjtctcd. "0 for.
ngninst. (Jucstion: Shall the minorit
report be adopted ? It was adopted.
A pnier was then readbythechairniau
of the committee on tithes. The com
mittee recommend that the. VssnnMysiin
ply enter uHin its minutes the replies to
the question, as sent down to the Pre
hyterics on the subject of tithes. The
paper was accepted.
An overture from the presbytery of Al
ingdon nsking the Assembly not to le
the genernl subject ol "giving nnd of rais
ing funds for the Lord" drop at thisstage
but thut they lie pleased to make a dcliv
crnnce as to what are the fmidiimcntnl
principles laid down in the sacred Seri
turcs for the government and guidance
of God's coplc in giving of their sub
stance to the advancement of His king
dom. The committee reported that a suf
ficient ans'ver is found in the action al
ready taken on the piqicrs reiortcd from
the presbyteries. Adopted.
Moved that the reiort of the commit
tee on licensing candidates be made the
second order of business to-morrow
Dr. Hemphill moved thut the subject of
foreign missions be made the Sicvial or
der for Wednesday at 8.30 p. m
The ladies will have a meeting in the
Methodist church to-morrow afternoon
The hour for devotional exercises ar
rived and were conducted by Rev. Dr.
Thompson of South Carolina. The A
scmbly then took a recess till 8.30 to
night when a meeting will be held in the
interest of home raissiona.
Several commissioners to the Assembly,
former North and South Carolinians, but
now residents of southwestern States,
ill take advantage of the trip to Ashe-
ville, und visit, after long absence, tlieir
Some of the commissioners say that
they expected to see in every face in Ashe
ville the evidence of health for which this
limate is famed, and are somewhat dis
appointed when they meet a face with
the unmistakable stamp of disease on it;
rgetting that the ailing and even the
dying of every other section have sought
here a relief.
A remarkable feature of the General
mbly it the number of old Confeder
ate soldiers who are commissioners, some
of whom must now have met for the first
time since the war. Several of these gen
tlemen met the other evening. One asked
the other if he bad been In the army and
that led to a general conversation, de
reloping tbe fact that all had been Con
federate soldiers. Some had participated
the same battles and campaigns.
One of the best speakers in the General
ssembly la Elder W. M. Cos, of tbe
synod of Memphis. He strikes when the
iron Is hottest. A prominent minister
remarks! ''Some of the best speakers in
the Presbyterian church meetings are
laymen. They have a directness of ex
pressioa that is truly refreshing."
Rev. Thos. E. Converse, D. D., one
the editors of the Christian Observer,
Louisville Ky will be heard from in
report of the Assembly to his, and pcr-
haps other papers, lie is a ready writer,
is about 43 years of age, and is the pic
ture of health.
Rev, Dr. Mathews, of London,
Monday morning's session while tender
ing his thanks for attentions recciv
remarked that names heard at the call
the roll suggested his presence in Ed
burg instead of Ashcvillc, X. C. Kenith
McDonald, and even James Park spok,
ol Scottish ancestry. Dr. I'ark in
turning thanks to Dr, Mathews for his
instructive address of Sunday took ocen
sion to say that his nationality hud been
mistaken. Buttinghnni, county Donegal
Ireland was his father's birthplucc. To
further prove his Irish parantage the
good doctor said he hud in his possession
a Bible in which was written the .lame
an ancestor, done "in 1897!"
Rev. Dr. Wit herspoon, thinks it is most
important to get sailors converted and
bring them into the ministry to help con
vert the world. The Kev. Dr. Hill, he
says, was converted and joined the
church under the preaching of Rev. Mr,
Ryaldson, a sailor who was converted
and went into the ministry.
During the discussion of the report
the committee on temperance this mora
ing it was proposed to print the rejiort
which did not recommend total nbsti
nence, and circulate it among the Pres
byteries. A commissioner thercuon in
quired: "Who will pay for the print'
ing?" Another responded: "The whis
key men will pay the bill," evidently dis
gusted that complete prohibition was
Floating the New Pavement
Last night's heavy rain didseriousdam
age to the new paving on South Main
street. A small edition of the French
Ilroad ran down the hill and washed out
the sand underneath the paving which
presented an ox-n front, as if inviting tl
enemy. An old farmer viewing the dam
age this morning thus expressed the situ
ation: "They commenced work on the
wrong end of the hill. When I dig
ditch I commence nt the highest Miint
that the water may run on from uiy
Workmen were this morning employed
in repairing the damage which is estima
ted to be in the neighborhood of $lil!0.
The next convention of the Protestant
lipiscopal church will be held in Ashevill,
Ill HINKHS) NU'l'ICKtt.
toVSiicciul convocation of Ashcvillc
Chapter, No. 25, to-night lit 8 o'clock,
Work M. !;. .M. and K. A.
Piy Mcmlnrs French Broad Council,
7ol, Royal Arcanum, vou are hereby no.
tided to attend u sccial meeting nt H.30
p. m., Wednesday, Mav 21. Ilv order ol
regent. S. Lll'lNSKV,
Mllver Plaled Ware.
In canters, sihioiis, forks aud knives,
stccial inducements arc being offered
now. Rogers tripplc plated knives,
$1.75 per set. Forks to mntch nt same
price, liesert knives. SI (ill per set,
splendid assortment of Reed ec Barton
plated ware, the best goods made, ure
ottered ut lowest prices. Crockery, glass
ana cutlery, very large stock and niwny
the lowest prices at Law's, 57, 50 and
bl nouta .Main street.
Remember tlie auction hhIc
ol' realdctice lota on Main
Htrect next Monday;,
Ice for Mention s8oo.
On and after Mav 1st ice will Ik dcliv
cred only for ensh or tickets. Ticket
may be obtained at our ollice. No. .'II
Patton avenue, anil will be strict I v cash
AsiiKvii.i.u Ice ami Coal Co.
The Mountain I'urk Motel. Hot
aprlnuH, N. CQ
Is firstclnss in every particular, with
tnc nest luuie in tlie houtli. rure aud
abundant water und x.-rtccl snnitury arrangements.
The scenery is lieuutiful. climate much
milder than Aslievillc, 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
arc an unexcelled specific lor rheumatism,
gout, sciatica, nervous exhaustion and
all diseases of skin mid blood.
Excellent physicians reside nt the ho
Trains leave Aslievillc for Hot Sprinirs
nt 7.30 a. m., 4.3(1 nnd 7 n. m.
Excursion tickets, including one dnv's
oonra at Mountain rurk hotel, .50.
i-or rates etc., n-jdrcss
Adv. W. 0. DoOLITTLK.
A Mew Road to Hllaa.
If you are wise mid wish to lircomr
healthy and wealthy nlsn, you will use
Koiicr King or i-.icctne l.iuht Hour: lie-
causr the Ashcvillc Milling Company's
nonr is not only tnc nest nut thechennest,
I', is Sai.k A. Wehcr.Vannilfler House.
linAsii Wantx K. It. I'., Cltlsrn oiNee.
V" Hai.s ash P N snt P. A. Cuminlnjra
Ily s jrrntlrtnsn, either In private house or
R. B I'
Write, statins terms, to
K. H I'.,
Two fine velvet carnets. little nsnt Also
one inirrsln earpet. mattings, rugs, heading,
blankets and other hoaschoTd matters rhcap.
A. v nnns,
msyaililnt Van Odder House.
P. A CVMSIINCSt
Altornejr-al-Iiw Motarjr Public.
NO. 18 LBOAL BLOCK.
90 lots In Chiinn's Cave, lust nntslHs u
1,1 mh acres land In Madison county, near
nno acres land three allies north or Mender.
snnvlllr A. At a H. K. runs through the
land, 1'ostuir.cc and depot near bv.
Store house. No. IS Pattoa avsnue.
session given June 1, 1SVO.
POR I A LB 0B BXCHANOH
A Sim farm of an acres la Henderson Co.,
. C, sliteea miles from Aehevllle, on the
Kirlsnhurg and Aehevllle railroad. Posi
es and railroad station oa the farm.
mays dtf S4 lie Pattoa Art.
Gold, Silver, Ivory, Oak, Gilt and Comlil,
nation Mouldings. Also Room Mouldings,
Pictures Matted, Mounted and Framed at
lowest prices and work guaranteed. Engrav
ings, Paintings and Local Views always on
aa 8. Main St.. AtttaevIUe.
Hiir IN d
CEMENT, LIME AND PLASTER
C. E. MOODY,
OlHte Ni. SO Tatton Avenue.
Telephone No. 40.
Wurehuii-e near Prriuht Ifepot,
I hnve niiiilt arrntiKvnicntt to keep and
tthall oon have a lull flock of the bt brand.
IMPORTED ENGLISH AND GERMAN PORTLAND
LOUISVILLE AND ROSEN DALE CEMENTS.
LIME IN BARRELS AND IN BULK.
ROOFING MATERIAL AND OTHER ARTICLES
IN THESE LINES.
My wnrchouac Is now being built adjoining
railroutl truck and my atock partly here and
arriving. Until my own warehouse U An
toned I hall occupy the Wehatcr warehouse.
Parties uRino- chese articles can save one cart-
He by .caving orders at office and having
proKTty delivered direct from warehouse
by calling there for It
ARTIFICIAL 8TONB WOKK made same
ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1890. :
TERMS STRICTLY CASH WITH ORDER
In qunntitles not leas than one ton at factory
In quantities not less than one hair tan at factory
SOO pounds, 60 tickets, 10 pounds each
oc. per hundred.
Tickets now on sale at the office of the
No ice will be delivered without cash or tickets,
Asheviile Ice & Coal Company.
Telephone No. 36 and 40. Mo. 30 Patton Aveuue.
JEIXICO COAL AT RETAIL.
For Grate, . . Ss.oo.ll For Stoves, . . . 94.30.
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
Por sale at Wholesale and Retail by
ASHEVILLE ICE AND COAL COMPANY,
Telephone 36 and 40.
Bscluslve Agents I Domestic and Steam 1 for Wei urn North Carolina.
LHW1S MADDUX, Pre.
L. P. MCLOUB, Vtee-Pres,
. B. RANKIN, Cashier
Dm bctom:-Lewis Maddnz, M. J. Bcarden. M. 1. Fan. 1. B. D.nkin i n . i ..
8. H. Heed. Geo. 8. Powell. C. M. McLond. .
VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY
By virtue of authority vested In Genevieve
. Conant by a certain deal in tru-t executed
bv t. l. van sillier and wire. if. A. vantiiider.
dated the -th dav of June. A. I). 1HK7,
rt'K-tcrrd in the Kejfistcr's office of Buncombe
county in book 10, pagr 674; and by virtue
of authority vested in W. W. Barnard by a
certain deed from snid T. I. VanGilderandhi
said wife dated Oct. 14. 1NH7, and rrttistered
in said KcKi-tcr's office in Hook GO, paK?4UH,
together with a declaration of tnrnt of the
aia W. W. Barnard declared therein dated
kctoher 27. 1M77. and rririiitered inaaldoffii
in Bonk It of mortgages and deeds in trust
at page 44.; and by a certain other deed from
the said T. 1. VanUildcr and bis said wife
said V. W. Barnard dated October 39.
1887. and rc .filtered in said office In Book
00. naiic 503. tt'irethcr with a declaration
truflt made thereon by the said W. W. Bam
ard dutcd the 14th day of October, A. U
1HN7. and rritistered in said offi.'e In Book
of mortunues and deeds of trurt. outre 407:
and by virtue of authority vested in J. A,
Conant by a certain deed in tru it executed by
inc Ptiiu i.i. vanunaer ana nia uuu wnr,
dated the second day of Novcmltrr, 1HH7,
and rcirintrred in said office In Book of mort-
acuuvft and deeds in trust So. 11. iwitc 470.
as well as bv virtue of any authority he may
hnve by reason ol the deed in trust ttrst aliove
mentioned, (the said T. 1. Van Gilder and wile
havinK tailed to inv the monies secured bv
encn inu every oi saia aeetis in trust nnd
deed nnd declarations of trust thereon
cording to their several provisions, and the
said trustct-s hnvitiit a u reed amontf them
selves as to the priorities of the various
debts secured and as to the proper division
of t he proceeds of the safe of the
lunds hcninnlter described), the said Gene
vieve K. Conant and the said VY. VY. Barnard
and the said J. A. Connnt. trustees In said
deeds in trusts and deeds and declarations of
trunt thereon, will sell at ouhlic auction for
can at tne court nousc uoor in the city
Ahvvillc at 1 a o'clock m. on the Slst d-ay
May, A. I. 1H00. a certain niece or iiarcel
land In the city of Ashcvillc. county of Bun
combe and 8tate of North Carolina, on the
south side of Collcirc street, and on the west
side of I avidson street, including the elegant
linen residence now occupied by said T. I.
VniKiildrr, and the stables and several adja
cent bit hatk of it, bounded as follows: On
he norih by Colleire street, on the cast bv
Unvidson street, on the south by Kagleatrect
ind on the west bv the tail lot and the A. T.
in v id iton lot. now Pack's At the same time
and place the said W. W. Barnard will sell at
ituhlic auction lor cash a lame lot of house
hold and kitchen furniture ander the Author
ity ol the deed from suld VanUllder and wife
to Barnard tint and above mentioned and
the declaratlnn of trut mads thereon aa
aforesaid March . lauo
GBNBVIlsVB R. CONANT, Trustee.
I. A. CONANT. Trustee.
W. W. BAkNAItU. Trust-..
JjOKl GAOb HA LB.
By virtue of a deed of trust executed to the
uniiersiatned nv ;. a. nmith anil wife. a. l
Hmith, to secure the sum of money therein
mentioned to Charles W. Wowlsey, and bear
ing ilmc .May 10. 1HM, and registered on
pitKca H4. et sen., of Book 1A of the Unn.
gnice Record In the office or the Register of
I k-cds of Buncombe county, Nm ih Carolina.
mr iinueTineu im-tcc win sen tor caan at
nubile outcry to the hiirhest hidder at tiv
courthouse door In the citv of Aahrvlll in
said Buneomlie county on the 1Ath day of
junr, i-uii, mc luoowing aesenneo pieces ana
parcels of land, situate. Ivlnsr and brln in
ma city ui Aanrvme on naiiey street,
nnd being LotsNos Porty-two and Fifty
seven ol Khelby Park, to the part of which,
as rvuistrrrd. reference la herehtf made, fur a
further description of the same, and which
nn L-oii arc nirtner nounnra as follows, to
it! ioi no. asi. ueuinntnaat a tmint un
the eastern margin of said I la I Icy street one
u no rca ana aiity-nve leet m. iu13' W. from
irhers the northern line of said Rhelhv trb
Intrraecta aald ilmt. and nstta thMn. a
N7 K. onehundrrd and seventyfour fret to
inc wesirrn margin oi wanacs street: thence
with It N. 712"li. about seventtI- ut
icr. iu mr miumwrii corner of lot No. 41
thence N. H7W W. with the southern lint of
"i no. one nunareo ande uhtv-nr
three fourths llHt,l 1mt ilaiu.
tinu uirniw wun n n. no' W. SCVcn
y-flyc (7A feet to the bevinnln--. Int. Nn
A7 Lving immediately east of said Lot Nn.
4'i acrosa aald Wallack street. hririnlns M
the eastern margiu of this last street, oppo-
and the northeast of lot No. 4ft and runs
rw- u. a no ii i one nunnmi and nvt feet to
me eaaicm one or snia nncitty Park ; thence
in -aiu une n. n.arveniy-nvf 7olrctto
stake: thence with the southern line nt in
No ft" N. 7Vt VV. one hundred 1H feet to
ia waiiacn street, nnd thence with It ft.
13' W. about aevrntv-flvs i7Ai lee ta t
w-riiaaiug, nu aaay invni.
Also Instrnctloa la Physical Culture, for
ladles and children In dasaes or private, by
iss Mahie, of New York, at W18HION HOS-
PITALn 910 a.m. 1-8 p.m. Calls or In
qulriea by malt answered promptly.
Street Car Schedule.
OeRinnlnc tl fa. a, Boding 10.00 p, n
Car leans sVuar tor all points oa the
hoar, and twenty and fort minutes tbrre-
Schedule car. connect at Square.
Trala ear ana basRS ear meet rrsre
teal a. One eallse allowed each pssscajiu
Dascas transferred from all point, la the
city for S6 cents.
THB ASHBVILI.B STMKKT RV, CO,
OUSi FOR RBNT.
flandsom.lv rMfftllshe4lMlral,l. I Hm
mil iw rrnien wfarnisnea iroesirrrl
snsj 1B1W No. SVC-USTNUT
A nice f.rooai brlra eottairr. aewl
nlshed, nir the aeit tor 1 munths, H
saw usmcQiaieij, audij
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK,
Organised May 1st, 1888.
CAPITAL, $50,000. SURPLUS,$15,00O
State,' County and City Depository.
Does a General Banking Boalnrss. Deposits receded. Bichanac boaaht and Mld. Co,
lections made on all accessible points. The 8avlnK Feature will receive special attentina.
On all stun. In this department, deposited for four moutns or longer, Interest at the rale
of 4 per cent, per annum will be paid.
Special attention giren to loan, on real estate, wbicb will be placed for long time on real
Open from a. m. to 8 p. m. On Saturdays the Saving Department will be open till A p.m,
Only 8 Miles from AahcvMie on the A. & 8. Railroad and
The greatest number and variety of mineral spring, to be found In the South.
48 Springs 011 Less Than 40 Acre.
Ohnlyhcate, Iron, sulphnr, epaom, alum, and magnesia. Several very Ane emblnatnink.
that . ire used In curing indigestion, liver and kidney trouble, chronic dysentery. chrnnicdy
pepsin and chronic .Ick headache. Dae spring recently developed is the greatest tonic water
ever found. Many are buying lots to build resort cottages near the Springs ots aresolft
at nominal pri.-es to advertise the place and the mineral water. Board can be had at
f so to $30 Per Month, or Si Per Day.
Krrrrcm-es, testimonials, etc. can lie had by writing to the owner; or better yet. anr
surnnur lllv,"' ' come and try the water. Urcat ImprovemcnU will be ovaJT nest
Trains leave Aehevllle at 9.05 a. m. and return at 7 p. ra. fare 28 rent.
For further Information write to
OTIS A. MILLER,
f'Midnn, Skyland P. O., N. C.
ONU OP THB
In the Soutli.
Servltc and table I'lrat
1 ! ., '
Vo..., .. .
. Pivn MrNtrrrss-
sjWAlK FROM Tlltt
Pass the dwor everr o
Por terms address
H. J. GREENWELL, Proprietor.
Aahevlllc, N. C.
Near PasHsenger Depot.
P. A, DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Manufacturers and Dealers la all kind, of Dressed
Door, Saab, Blinds, Mouldings, Stall-work, Mantels), Bank,
and Bar I'1-turea, and all kinds of Bulldlnar Material.
Hard Wood Lumber Work
aor 14 dty Telephone Net. a.
Dealers In Wall Paper, Window Shadcsand Patent Ummm.
Paints, Oils aad Vamlahus, alasary's Mlaed Painta and Color. Wlndon
Preach aad American
We keep In Mock St. Louis and Kentucky Lead.
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
I7 Haywood Street.
All WATER THOROUGHLY FILTERED on the PrcSNlses.
Twenty-dY, years of practical eiperience. corablard wlta rsssossL attealloa to aS eh
tall, of the bastnes. and perfect arraageomu for CLsiNuxsss and rvsrrr of aH gsas
manufactured, enable the proprietor to present to his aameroa patroas a .niiertor el ass e4
Ylchy and Seltzer Water In Siphon.
Olnger Ale aad alt the variosa flavors of BOUA WATBR ready for salpamil aad iWHvered
tn la City llmlU. Oat if tows ordeiVmust hav. aaaroNesLB retsreace.
' C. H. CAMPBELL.
. "WINE AND .. LIQUOR .. STORK
IN THE STATE.
FINE SAMPLE AND RILUARD ROOM.
j . . nAsoi Asnr, m. I NO. 43 S, MAIN ST.. ASHEVILLE, N. C
h l a dam
salary or eonmlssloa. Pise oatSta. full line
of Pi wits and Plns. l
V ah. from Sio to 3 per sresk.
. . a a . r. narseryssaa.
SayS dSw ta tk at, . u. V.
,. W. 0. WILI,S.
ASHBVILLB, N. C,
Oflla. Bars ard Balldlag. P, O, hot SMk
Plaaa, Bpseldcatlons, Utalls, ,, ftirrrery
class of building at short notice,
AprrnTic nrrUrOR duicni a ipccialh.
Call aad as aa, aprlSdSai
. A" "sa for each srHlna, aalarySTA
U IOO. to locally represent a successful N.
Oonds, Clothing, Shoes. Jewelry, etiTto cos
sumer. at eo.t. Also a Lade of tact, aalary
' nrn" mmbers (ao.Aoo now mrollees
and Sioo.ooo na Ui
yd. Hmptre Co-Operatlv. Aassoriatioa,
, I cred-
anayoan ; wraea in aeve
U. ... t-
i s10" s.
r.J 1 a.