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ASHEVTLLE DAILY CITIZEN: WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 21, 1890.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 1890.
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PERTINENT AND PERSONAL.
Mews) About AanevllllauM and of
a .rangers Wltnln our Oatea.
Visitors from the South are beginning
George Vanderbilt arrived yesterday at
The new Opera House is to be photo
There were seventy-nine arrivals at the
principal hotels yesterday.
ShcritTT. C. Israel, ofHcndersoncounty,
was in the city this morning en route to
The first number ol "The Lyceum," the
literary magazine by T. R. Gaines will be
There ore forty registered physicians in
Buncombe county, eighteen of whom are
The city graded schools will close on
Friday, having completed the full nine
Miss Maude Powell, ol Florida, is vis
iting Mr. and Mrs. Geo. S. Powell, on
The skating rink on Patton n venue hns
been turned over to colored persons who
are now running it.
Brown & Thrash have leased the cast
store under the new Opera House and
will move there June 1
The show-bills for the Knymond-Lay-ton
fight are being put up to-day. The
fight occurs Friday night.
Rev. Dr. Rumple, of Salisbury, is a vis
itor to the Central Assembly, as is also
Kev. Mr. Austin, of Rowan county
The brick paving is aboutcomplctcdon
the east side of South Main street from
the Swnnnanoa Hotel to Court Place,
' Gen, K. B. Vance left Yesterday to at
tend the Rutherford College commence
ment. He delivered an address there to
M. D.Crowley, Atlanta; S. L. Fremont,
Augusta; T. C. Kcese, Hcndersonvillc,
and J. W. Butler, Chattanooga, are at
the Grand Central,
A Knoxvillc firm is exhibiting samples
of marbles at Biltmore to-day to George
Vanderbilt, who will use a large quan
tity of marble in his residence.
The taking of the census begins next
Monday. Asheville has been divided
into two enumeration districts, Main
street being the line between the two.
Miss Haxeltine Ward, an insane wo
man who has been confined in the county
jail for two weeks, was taken to the
asylum at Morganton last evening.
Fred High and Charlie Cureton, col
ored, engaged in a rock fight at the Alli
ance warehouse yesterday. His was ar
rested this morning, and had a bearing
this afternoon at 4 o'clock.
J. R. Lewis, wife and child, and Miss L.
Biddle, of Philadelphia; Miss M. J. Red
der, of Carmcl, N. Y., and Tbos. Mcdd
and J. M. Freeman, of Augusta, Ga., are
at the Glen Rock,
Cbos. Mayer, Detroit; J. S. Carroll,
Prince Edward Island ; J. D. W. French
and loha D. Williams, Boston; and W.
J. I tenners and wife, Philadelphia, are at
the Battery Park,
A. Memminger, M. D., a prominent and
wealthy gentleman of Charleston, S. C,
was at the Battery Park last night. He
was accompanied by Edward McCready
of the same place,
Mr. Wo, Haydcn, who was telegraph
operator for the Doran-Wrihtcompony,
at their office in this city, has returned
from a visit to Greenville, S. C, his old
Mrs. C. C. Kennedy died yesterday
about 3 p. m. at her home on Buttrick
street. She was 40 years old and leaves
a husband and eight children, the young-
est about two months old,
Dick Fkrumoy, who shot at tbs door
of a house on Valley street Sunday morn'
ing, was taken before Justice Suramey
to-day and bound over to the nest term
of the criminal court in bond ol 100.
Mr. H. C. Hunt left this afternoon for
a visit to Cincinnati and Indianapolis,
While in the natural gas fields he will
make Inquiries looking towards the sink
ing of a gas well here. He will be absent
M.O.Johnson, J. L. Thurston, and J.
P. Anderson, Boston T. 8. Godfrey,
Knoiville: Mrs. P. W. Schuellerand sis-
ter, Columbus, O.J R. H. Harrelaon. Rich-
mond; and H. H.Summers, Portsmouth,
O., arc recent arrivals attheBwannanoa
The Reidsville Review says that the
Methodist congregation of that town "is
bow deeply concerned over tbs proba
bility of the removal of tbeir pastor, Rev,
j. D. ArsssKttl ASoevUa, where U hat
bee. oftsrsfl ta.ck.lr 1 snoral and n
tal philoSopay' tff the AaVrllle Female
Cotkcs.' lsaeWitioa to this professor-1
sUp aebtohaveckarjrsof tb mlntste-1
rial worstfthtwntge. meeting win I revise tbs list of churches which bad
Uh44lm$AijtA4Umm4,ltcitinliippicmtion totbeat for aid to sec
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SIXTH DAY'S SESSION.
REPORT OF THECOMMITTEE
ON HOME MISSIONS.
naptiat Convention aid to Have
Advocate! the HanKlnaj of
Revenue Officer) An-
The assembly met last night at 8.30 in
111 inirrMit nl iinm miasinna. The meet
I trier wiii nr.nr1iu.rj! Kv Tie P. A. Stillmnn.
of Alabama. The speakers were Kever-
ends T. C. Barrett of Arkansas, R. A.
Lapsley of Alabama. H. K. Walker of
Georeia. W. L. Lowrance of Texas, and
J-D.Thomas of Virginia.
Kev. Dr. Craig, secretary ol home mis -
ions, spoke ol the work of his office,
"I am known in the assembly now,"
said Kev. R. A. Lapsley of Alabama, "as stitute that the ruling elders should espe
the member from Birmingham, the city dally interest themselves in the matter
of saloons; but wherever there is a sa-
loon, there also ought a church to be; and
the more saloons toe more churches."
Alabama showing the location of Pre -
byterian churches, and said that themin-
eral wealth there was bound to bring in
hosts of souls to be saved.
Rev. T. C. Barrett of Arkansas, fol
lowed. "The more we travel west," said
he, "the more we become impressed with
the vastnessof ourcountry." Less money
is spent in Alabama than in any other
state for home missions; not because of
the unpromising field however, but other
causes bad prevented. Twenty-live
counties were without churches, and there
was a dearth of preachers,
Rev. H. K. Wolker of Georgia, said he
had become a convert to home missions,
The speaker s work had been partly in
North Carolina, west of Asheville, among
"Hardshell Baptists," "who," said he,
"make splendid Presbyterians." Mission
ary Baptists make the best working Pres
byterians und there are so many of them
that it is an inviting field. It may seem
strange to wish to proselyte them, "but,"
said the Swaker, "to show the need of
work there, the North Georgia Baptist
Association passed a resolution advising
the hanging of revenue officers wherever
lound among the mountains in search of
stills or moonshine whiskey."
A home mission song fomiioscd by Rev.
C.L. Phillips of Alubnma, was sung to
the tune of "Hold the Fort."
Rev. W. L. Lowrance of Texas, illus-
tratcd the sire of that state by saying
that his own prcsbvtery was five hun-
dred miles wide and seven hundred miles
long, und comprised only a small part of
the stnte. He gave an illustration of nn
investment by home mission society of
$1200 to help the church, demonstrating
the good that had been done by it. 1 here
was a great want of church buildings,
and a great want of voung men as
preachers. "Good work," said he, "can
not be done by spasmodic meetings ; it
is the regular work that counts,
Rev. J. D. Thomas ol Virginia made an
address on the necessity of home missions
especially in southwest Virginia.
The meeting was closed by a prayer by
Rev. Dr. Barrett.
The oresentation nnd consideration of
the report of the standing committee on
home missions was the special order for
the first hour of the Assembly this morn
ing, but the committee gave way to a re
port from the committee on bills and
overtures. It was an overture from St,
Johns Presbytery asking information
with regard to the jurisdiction of officers
and the congregation on church property
and other secular interests. The report
was adopted in a slightly amended form
1st. As to deacons, this Assembly re
ports the enunciation of the Assembly of
1877. iiatre iu. The duties ol the dea
cons as servants ( ministers ) of the church
are to execute the order of the session (or
practical presbytery) as rulers of the
church. Therefore it is the duty of the
deacon to collect and dispose nil funds
lor church purposes, whether lor local
Durnosrs support of a pastor, aid to the
poor and expenses of the church or for
objects ol Christian benevolence recog
nized in the action of the courts under
the direction of the church session. L'n
der paragraph 49, section 4, of the form
of government an annual report is to be
maue to tne session.
2nd. That is vested in each comrmrn-
tion organized as a church, or in a num
ber of persons about being organized
as such, the right and power to aDimint
and remove at will trustees and their
successors, who may receive donations
and purchase, take and bold property
real and personal in trust for the congre
gation and if authorised by a majority
of the church members, at a congrega
tional meeting constitutionally convened
for that purpose, sell, mortgage, trust,
deed, or exchange the property so held.
to aid in the construction or repairing of
their church edincea, or lor other pur
Care should, however, be had to
make the action in each case csnform to
the law of the State wherever the prop
erty is located.
3rd. In the appointment of trustees a
Dart or all of the deacons, if suitable.
should be selected ; snd wherever prop-
ertv is now
beid sy unincorporated
churches, It is advisable to have deeds
mauc to in. (ranees in an cnaca wnerv rc
can be done. Adopted,
The reading of the report of the stand
ing committee on home missions followed
and Rev. J. I. Vance moved that it be
read seriatem and discussed, the speeches
being limited to five minutes. The mo
tion was carried and tlie reading and dis
cussion took up most of the morning
iloB , the begjng lt ipok of
the necessity of raising $36,000
during the present year for the de-1
oartment of sustcntation. The opening
of new vields and the weakness of old
churches created a greater demand than
the committee was st present able to
It recommended that $16,000 of
tM. be raid by trchureb so that the
appropriations by the presbyteries might J
out be scaled in October. It
rbended that tbs prcsbyterial committee
they could not discontinue or lessen it.
Under the head of church erection the
committee recommcuded that the
churches give $10,000 for this purpose
during the coming year,
During 1889 the 34 presbyteries had
emoioved 54 evano-elista. coatino- 816.-
a w a ' '
000, The coming June collection for
evangelist purposes is very important.
The committee recognised with pleasure
the work of the synods and presbyteries
lu this cause during the past year. The
synods of Alabama, Kentucky and North
Carolina were particularly to be con
gratulated. For the invalid fund the
committee recommended the raising of
$20,000 at the next collection for this
purpose in July. The beneficiaries have
increased 30 per cent, during the past
year. There were 143 on the list the
I Daat vear. TTnlcaa the needed enntribu-
I tlon wu raiaerl the enmmil-tee would lie
compelled to scale the appropriation or
,T" into debt. Among the speakers on
this section was ludee Orr, who heartily
Col. Wnde introduced nn amendment
1 tnat the ruling elders should take the
I raising of this collection into their own
I hands. Dr. McPheeters moved as a sub-
and not take entire charge. Substitute
accepted and the amendment adopted.
I A section touching on colored evnngell
leal work was docketed until a special
1 committee appointed for that purpose
The committee recommended the publi
cation of a monthly by the executive
committee to bt called the Home Mis
sionary. Another recommendation that
I the church appoint unlicensed male and
I female missionaries for work among the
ignorant and destitute and Indians of
Alabama and Texas was changed so as
to leave the matter to the discretion of
the executive committee with the appro
val of the several presbyteries. The en
tire report was placed on the docket.
Col. Perrin introduced a resolution sta
ting that the assembly regards with re
gret the tendency of ministers to leave
the pulpit to accept professorships in dif-
ferent schools and colleges and that the
presbyteries should discourage such ten
dencies. No action was taken.
Kev. J. 1. Vance read a report from the
majority on the committee on licensure.
Rev. A. H. Hnmilton, of Virginia, con
ducted the devotional exercises, and the
assembly took a recess till 8.30 to-night.
When Dr. Park's watch points to 0.30
I o clock it docs not matter if no more than
half a down members of the General As-
semblv are in the church, his gavel falls
nnd the meeting is called to order. "It
is a great saving of time," remarked n
member. "I have seen an Assembly lose
from fifteen to thirty minutes a day wait
ing for the meeting to be called to order.
Dr. Park is a good moderator,
The Assembly is now well down to
work. The men comosing it are brainy
nnd as capable of contesting a point as
any Inwyer. Foremost among the lead
ers is Dr. Hemphill of Louisville. The
Doctor is a young man, the pastor of the
Second Presbyterian churvhof Louisville.
He is tall and well-formed and his smooth
shaved face shows determination, energy
The opinion ol Judge Orr of Mississippi
is eagerly sought after. His hair and
moustache are entirely white. He watches
closely the proceedings of the body. In
conversation the judge is decidedly inter-
"nK' on lne noor nc recogmica
olre m 1 nc mu" "" "cuawrs.
Rev. C. A. Stillman occupied t lie niodir
ator's chair part of the morning session
Kev. W. H. Groves, of Tennessee, who
attempted to address the Assrmhly yes
terday on the tithequcstion wm declared
out of order and had to stop, which was
a pity, as the Reverend gentleman seemed
full of the subject. If he had been al
lowed to proceed the Assembly doubt
less would have heard a fine speech.
A visitor to the General Assembly is the
widow of the distinguished Dr. Thorn
woll, of South Carolina, a man well
known in that State in the pulpit and as
president of the South Carolina college,
Mrs. Tbornwoll is over 80 years of age,
but is able to attend the Assembly.
She resides in Morganton, this State.
Other ladies attending the Assembly
are Mrs. Gilmore, Mrs. McMaster, and
Mrs. Dr. Shearer.
Mr. Wade Walker, a man stalwart of
body as well as of character, is a mem
ber of the Assembly from Kentucky, He
is one of Kentucky's old families and is
influential in church and State.
Rev. W. A. Alexander, of Canton,
Miss., one of the temporary clerks of the
General Assembly, is comparatively a
young man and a bachelor. He is a
preacher of more than ordinary force and
by training well qualified for the posi
tion he holds. He is author of the Pres
Among the commissioners to the Gen-
eral Assembly is Rev. W. L. Lowrance,
of Dallas, Tex., than whom North Car
olina in other and darker days, bad no
truer friend. He was twice wounded at
the battle of Cold Harbor and for dis
tinguished gallantry on that occasion,
promoted on the field, becoming from
that hour colonel of the 34tb N. C. 8. T.,
rising from a first Ucutensncy in the reg-
ular line. The close of the war found bim
still a very young man, and though be
had graduated at Davidson College just
prior to the wsr, be took a course of
study at the Oxford, Miss., seminary and
became a Presbyterian preacher. He
now ministers to a large congregation
at Dallas, Tex
oimng in tnc Assemoiy, so insi toe
,ace 01 1 members can Be seen, one Is
"net with the strength of char-
snown inerein. snc intellectual
average of the Assembly is very high,
anHt la ial treat to sec so many
"kwJ" , , . .
Ta-. "d l broVw
of Samuel McPheeters. who wss arrested
during the war is his pulpit in Bt. Louis
by the tcderals, which gave occasion for
Mr. Lincoln's (a moos remark. "That the
Kvernmeat couldn't run the churches."
. McPbrters is a physician of ability
and an ardent Presbyterian, J
An Unfortunate Quarrel.
Bob Cole and T. T. Patton became en
gaged in a quarrel to-day at 1.30 p. m.
and Patton received four ugly wounds
one under each eye, penetrating to the
bone, and two on his head, reaching the
skull. Cole was scratched on the face
The hearing of the case before Justice
Israel was postponed until Saturday at
10 a. m. Cole gave bond for $200.
Mia Honor's Court.
Henry White, colored, plead guilty be
fore the Mayor this morning to the
charge of being drunk and disorderly
fined $5. Frank Wilson plead guilty to
the same charge; fined $5. Chas. Hayes,
white, was fined $5 for the same offence,
Nellie Jackson, alias Hamilton, charged
with assault on Mnlindu livnns failed
to appear and her bondsman was re
quired to pay $10 and $1 costs.
Favor Government Aid.
The lyceum last night discussed the
question of congress giving aid to the
States for educational purposes. Col
Lusk made the opening siieech. He was
followed by Messrs. P. A. Dcmens, Henry
Hardwicke and T. C. Westnll. The ma
jority of the speakers favored the gov
ernment's giving the assistance.
It Has a Move On.
At a meeting of the stockholders of
the Hot Springs, Spring Creek and Sa
vannah railroad, Col. W. L. Albright, of
Chattanooga, was elected president, and
Major Beverly W. Hill, of Hot Springs,
vice-president. Five per cent, of the cap
ital stock was subscribed and a survey
will soon be ordered.
Geo. E. Morton of Tryon City raised
and has sent to XI r. Barker of South
Main street a qunntity of strawberries
thirtv-four of which fill a box perhaps
the finest Ijcrrics ever raised in North Car
olina. Mr. Morton is a very progressive
trucker and Mr. Barker hns purchased
his entire crop ol strawberries.
Dr. Fitzgerald who is to preach the
commencement sermon at the Asheville
Female College, hus been elected Bishop
of the Methodist church. Dr. A. G. Hay-
good, of Georgia, was also elected bish
op. Dr. Hay-good was elected bishop
four years ago, but owing to other duties
was forced to resign.
A Sheep Killer.
A chestnut colored wolf was killed by
Mr. J. Hemphill ontheSwannanoa river.
six and a hall miles from town. The an
imal was in the act of devouring a sheep.
Its skin shows that it was neurly seven
feet long nnd 30 inches high.
Allen Davenport, a colored man while
passing through Whitticr with his wile
a tew days ago, was fired at several
times by James Miller and Hen Mc.Ma-
ban. Davenport and Ins wile escaped
uuuun. Miner ana .Mc.wniian nav
skipped, but are believed to be in Bun
combe county. They alleged that they
thought Dcavemxirt a white man and
did hot propose to see a white man es
corting a negro along the streets. Mr.
Huynes urooscs to have them punished
as the law provides. In this he will re
ceive the applause of all law abiding citi
zens. Such acts of violent deviltry enn-
not be tolerated. llryson City Herald.
s-iTMcmlirrs French llrond Council,
7(1, Knynl Arcanum, you are hereby no
tified to attend a siieviol rucetins? at 8.30
p. m., Wednesday, May 21. Uy order of
recent. s. mi-inkky,
ailvcr PlaleMl ware).
In canters, spoons, forks and knives.
Sieviul inducements are being offered
now. Rogers' tripple plated knives,
$1.75 per set. Porks to match at sanir
price. Desert knives, $1,60 per set. A
splendid assortment of Keed & Barton's
plated ware, the best goods made, are
offered at lowest prices. Crockery, class
and cutlery, very large stock and always
tne lowest prices at uw i, 67, utl and
ol noutn Main street.
If you want goodbnrunins in the latest
styles of new millinery, call on Mu
Lance at West End Patton avenue, Hay
woon street. Also Btvllsn llreaa sinkins
good work and a perfect fit guaranteed,
.MISS LA NCR.
Miss Scons v.
Street cars pass the door.
Remember the auction sale
of residence lota on Main
street neat mondsy.
On and after May 1st ice will be deliv
ered only for cash or tickets. Tickets
may be obtained at our office, No. 80
fatton avenue, and will lie strictly cash,
ASHBVILLB ICS AND (.SAL LO.
The Moantala rarra Hotel. Hat
apcimta, N. Cm
Is firstclass in every narticular. with
the best table in the South. Pure and
sbumlsnt water snd perfect sanitary ar
rangements. l ne scenery is beautiful, climate much
milder than Asheville, there being no
narsn winds nnd no dust to irritate weak
throats and lunus;
The baths in marble nools are the fin-
eat in the world and the thermal waters
are an unexcelled specific for rheumatism,
gout, sciatica, nervous exhaustion and
all diseases of skin nnd blood.
Excellent Dhvsidana reside at the ho
Trains leave Asheville for Hot Sprinss
st 7.30 a. m 4.36 and 7 n. m.
Excursion tickets, includino- one day's
ooara at Mountain Park Hotel, S4.DU.
for rates etc., address
Adr. , W. 0. Doouttls.
A Maw nsMsel l
If vou are wise and wish to become
healthy and wealthy also, you will use
Roller King or Electric Light flour: be
cause the Asheville Milling Company's
nour is not only the best but tltecbeaneet.
New Advertisement To-Da jr
FOtllTM PAOB. -
fsuT C. R. Moody,
boTL SV. Asuoao at, A. LeVrsw.
Two in velvet ssrwu. llitl aead
one Inerein carpet mattlnan. ran. brdrilna.
blanks is and other honatbold matters cheap.
Van (Mldev Hoses.
70 SALB Ol BXCHANOII
Av poa citv PsnpnsTV.
A Ine farm of S awn. la Henderson Co.,
r. ... mmimwm sniass liuas aeajertll., oa tae
Sparta burs; and Ashrrllle railroad. Post
omcs aad railroad station oa the farm. ,
S US Patton Ars.
Gold, Silver, Ivory, Oak, Gilt and Combi
nation Mouldings. Also Room Mouldings.
Pictures Matted, Mounted and Framed at
lowest price and work guaranteed. Bngrav-
ings. Painting and Local View always on
aa S. main St., AabeYllle.
apr 18 d
ONE HUNORED BARRELS BEST
One Hundred Barrels
ONE HUNDRED BARRELS BEST QUALITY
C. E. MOODY.
Office No. 30 Patton Avenue.
TBLPPHONB NO. 40.
Warehouse at Depot.
P. O. Bos S3.
VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY
Bv virtue of authority vested In Oenevievc
1 1 J 1 . .. IHIIIN.rW'U WIIV. D. ... 1 BUUMUll,
dated the ath dar of lune. A. D. 1HHT. and
registered in the Register's office of Buncombe
county In Book lo, page 67. j and by virtue I
ol authority rested In W. W. Barnard bv a I
W. Barnard by a
certain deed from said T. I. VanGilderand his I
said wife dated Oct. I. 1HN7, and registered
in said Kcirister'a office in Uook 60. DaircsUH.
together with a declaration of trust of the
said W. W. Barnard declared therein dated
October Si7, 1M77. and registered in said office
in Hone 1 1 ol raortKagc and a ceo. in trust
at oairc 444: and br .certain other deed from
the said T. I. VanClldcr and his said urUc to
said W. W. Barnard dated October Stt,
1 KMT. nnd mistered la said office in Book
do, pane 30.'!, together with a declaration of
trust .lane tnereon oy ine saiu w. w. ciarn
aril dated the 14th day or October, A. 11.
1HM7. and registered in said office in Book 11
of mortgage and deeds of trust, pair 407;
, i. u ..r .. , , I J f .
Conant by a certain deed fa trust eiccutca by
datttnl the ttrcond dav of November. 1MM7
tne saiu i . . vanoiiacr anu nis saju wire.
and rel"tered In maid office la I took of mort-
icairea ana urrunin ,ra no. 11, pagr 70,
a well a by virtue of any authority be
have by reason of the deed In treat Arst above
mentioned. Ube anid T. 1. Van U.I der aad wilt
having failed to pay the monies secured by
each nnd every of aald deed la treat aad
deed and declarations of treat thereon ar
cs., r clinic to their aevrral provisloaa, aad the
aid trustee havlnir ajtrred among them
selves as to the priorities of the various
debts secured aa4 to the proper division
lands hereinafter described), the said Oca. I
viere K. Conant aad the said W. W. Barnard
and the said J. A. Conant, trust la
deeds In treat
its and deeds and declaration of I
trust thereon, will sell at public auction for I
cash at tb court bouse door la the,. city of
Aabevillc at 1 3 o'clock m oa the Slst tfmy of
May. A. u. iitvu, a certain piece or parcel of
land in tne cuy Of a sue vi lie, county of Bun
combe snd (Hat of North Carollaa oa the
south side of Colletr street, and on the west
aide of I 'avldson street, 1
. inciudlna the cieaa
brick residence now occupied by aald T. 1.
VanUlldcr. and the stables aad several adja
cent lots back or It. bounded as follows i Oa
the north by ColkaTC street, on the east by
Itevldsoa street, on the south by Baffle street
and on the west by the jail lot aad the A. T.
Davidson lot. now Pack's. At the same time
and place the said W. W. Barnard will seU at
E white auction lor cash a large lot of bonse
i old and kiu-ben furniture under the author
ity or the deed from said VanUilder aarwlfc
to Barnard first and above mentioned aad
the declaration of trust made tacreoa as
aforesaid March an. ibvo.
J. A. CONANT, Trustee.
V. W. BARNARD, Tnwtaa.
mar 34 ddud
MAN As scent of our patent Salrsi all
9Hil8x.H Inches. 03A retail. All sites i
low. New styles: new natternsinew lock:
new factory. Not aovsreed bv -- Pool.
urery aaie warrantea. Hare c nance, t-er i
aa..a.M kHalU ATsm Ism., aaa ..UnUi I
- - - - - r- -
wlli convince you Aicents dear $900 to f Soo
per month. Write for exclusive territorv
ALfins Mr d vmcranau, w,
apraadHt wed A sat
Alio Instruction la Pkrsieal Caltar for
ladies and childna ha classes or prlrata, by
Mia. Mabw, of New Vork.at MISSION HOS
PITAL. B-10 a. m. 14 p. m. Calls or In
quiries by mall answered promptly.
I. w. a. wiu.s.
1STHU j, IUI,
ASHBVILLB, H. C.
Offlos Barnard Building. P. 0. Bos 504.
Plans, Sped Actions, Details, fte forererx
clans of building at short sotlca.
aRTMTW INTErUOR DEIIONI A IPCCULTV.
Call and see as. aprlSdSm
r. A CVMMINOB,
Atlornayl-Law a Matsurir raMIc,
MO. IS LBOAL BLOCK.
BO lots la Ghana's Com. htmt aatalda tk.
l-i" acre. iaao a juaawou coaatr, near
SIM) acre, land three mile north of Hsnrfer.
onriiM. a. a a a. H. run. through the
maw. Mwn ... oepos near DJ,
Store house. No. IS Pat to am,
raalon aim Jane 1, 1SU0.
po BBNT, ,
A .U .mm t.4- . 1 a.
nlahed, fhr (he neat or S months. Foam
sloa Immediately. Appl.
j. t. josnsn,
majrOdtf Offlcs The Asherilie Sao. Co.
IJOUSB POK BBNT.
Ilaadkomelw furnlaked-deetrnhl locatloa.
Will be rented aanralshrd If desired. A puis
maylSlw No. SS CHHSTNUT STV
Br s gnttemaaeltheT la orirat kouae or
oaruing aona. wntt, ttatiaa term.. So ,
aaySOdSt . V t Lf ttSimoSim.'
ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1890.
TERMS STRICTLY CASH WITH ORDER
la quantities not lea than one ton at factory ,
la quantities not lens than one half ton at factory,
600 sound, SO tickets, 10 pound each
700 " 28 " as '
760 " IS " SO ' "
1000 " 10 " 1O0
Mo Ice will be delivered without cash or
' Asheville Ice & Coal Company.
Telephone No. 36 and 40. No. 30 Patton Avenue.
JELLICO i COAL AT RETAIL.
For Grate, . lts.oo.ll
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
Por sale at Wholesale and Retail bv
ASHEVILLE ICE AND COAL COMPANY,
Bsclmive Agents (Domestic and ft
LBWIB MADDUX. Pre. L. P. McLOUB. Vice-Pres. ,. B, RANKIN. Cashier
DlaiCToas:-Lewis Maddu, M.J. Beard en, M. I. Pan. I. B. Raakta. 1. R .- 1 n d
. H. Keed, Oco. 8. Powell. C. M. McLoud. "
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, -
Organised May 1st, ISSeV
State, County and
Does a General Banking BaanocM. Deposit.
lecooas made oa all accesrtble points. The
On all ran la this department, deposited
I of per cent, per annum will be paid.
Special attention given to loans oa real estate, which will be placed Itor long time oa real
Open from 0 a. m. to S p. m. On Saturdays the Baring Department will be open till p.m.
ONB OP THB
I In the South.
Service and table Pint
- : rv V - "H" .r-; " V v'Sjl
Por term addrcee
H. J. GREENWELL, Proprietor.
Only S miles from Aaheville
The greatest number and variety of mineral
48 Springs on Lesa Than 40 Acres,
Chalybeate. Iron, sulphur, etwom, alnra. and
tna.. mwx usea m cut-ins: inaigrstion. liver ana
pepsin and chronic sick headache. One snrlna
wnr arc ouyins; ioia 10 ouna
at nominal prices to advertise the place aad
9 ao to 30 Per Month, or i Per Day
References, testimonials, etc. can he had hv iB-rtHnv n tu a.mm-, n, w
Intrre.trd a invited to com. and Uy the water. Urcat Improvements will be made Mil
Trains leave Asheville at S.OS a. m. and return at 7 p. m. far 38 cents.
rw. . - . m . H..W. M.MMWM W.IM .W
I fcbll dSn
HOTEL ! ARMOND-HOTEL
SKYLAND MINERAL SPRINGS, N. C
Eight Mllca SoaUi of Aabevillc, on the A. s. Railroad.
New hotels, new cottac, stew furniture,
.48 MINERAL SPRINGS.
White Sulphur, Alsm, Maarncnla, Iron and
elect society will sot fall to vl.lt thl. pleasant resort and drink of Its healing waters.
Aanerllle. 14, C.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING GO.
Manufacturers aad Dealer, la all kinds f Dseeard
Door, Saata, Bllnda, Houldlnga, Stalrwork, Mantels, Bank
and Bar fix fur, and all
Hard Wood Lumber
Deal era In Wall fa per, Window Shades and ratent Bausgera.
PaJats, Oils sad VsnlskH, Ummay't Mlasd
W. keep ks stock . Loniaaad Kaatack Land.
S17 Haywood Street.
All WATBB THOSOVOHLV FILTBRBD on the rremises.
Tweutr-Sr years of practical esperieuce, combined with rs.soau. atteatloo to ad ea-
Ull. of the husiaes and perfsct arranirmenU
manufactured, enable th. proprietor to present
Carboaated Be. .rags s.
Vichy and Seltzer
Olagar Al. aad all the rariout flarors of SUDA
in. la City limit. Oat of tows orderstmast
ram UCABIMO ' - "
! V WINE . AND . LIQUOR . STORE .
IK TSJB STATU.
FINE BAIIPDB AND DIIXIAAD DOOn.
ri ' y ' ' '' " 't ' f I M
J. aw BAVBtOVAVaaVs bTbM ' Irnh
...40c, per hundred.
Ticket now oa sale at the office of the
For Stoves). ... tu.xo.
30 ana 40.
team I for Western North Carolina.
recdTed. Bxchaag. bo sent and Mid. Col.
Baring Feature will reccire special attention.
for four months or longer. Interest at the rate
piva his vt us'
WALK PROM THB
Pas the door erery 1Q
on the A. ek S. Railroad and
springs to be found In the South.
m a-n.es. a.
ReveraT very flat comblnatloas.
Kinney trounie. chronic
recently developed Is the
yacntcry. chronic dy -v.
;he arcatcst tonic water
atcst tonic water
1 resort cottnu
near the a prints. Lots arc sold
toe mineral water,
Board can be bad at
OTIS A. MILLER,
Skyland P. O.. N. C.
beautiful jrrass, scot tennis and croquet lawns.
Bmwm. Those seeklne health aad ptcanr and
E. A. LeVENE,
Mear Paaacnger Depot.
kinds of BnUdlng Material.
Work a Soeclaltv.
a sjr -
Palate aad Colors.
Wl.dow Olaas, both
for clbamunbss aad Ptisrfr of ail goods
to bto samcrons patron, a superior si ass of
'Water In Siphons.
WATBB rsady for salpoteat aad deHrered
kar sa.ro mnnui laSiie.u..
C H. CAMPBELL.
a a Ulia sai.pu.il ss a
w S S.A.r1 aM .LLCs Rs 1