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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN : THURSDAY EVJCNINQ, MAX 2, 1890.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
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THl'KSDAY, MAY 22, 1S1K).
THE DAILY CITIZKN
U on ale at the following ptucea in Aahevlllc:
VI I l.KN tlll'ie. U.
BATTHRV IAKK NBWS STAND.
Ol.KN KIICK NliWS STAND.
MOHBL. CUiAK STOKIi. I'ntton Ave
J. CARSON'S NliWS STUKli, North Court
PERTINENT AND PERSONAL.
Ncw About AMhevllllatiH) and ol
Htraiiuer Within Our CitileH-
Hon. II. A. Guilder lias returned from
The east side l South Main street will
lie open for travel to-morrow.
Miss Winifred Matthews left to-ilav
lor New York to visit relatives.
Mr. (mil Mrs. 0. V. l'aek anil Miss
I'aek left .veslerday for New York.
S. J. Green ami It. Illanlon, prominent
liusiiicss men of Shelby arc in the eity.
.Mr. Lliarles . ttoolsey sails Irom
New York for Mtirope with his family
A street is lieinK oencd through tin
M.inies pruiiertr. Irom Clierrv sin-el to
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Milliwatt, llrooklyu,
and S. A. Williamson, Ilaltimore, are at
the Mattery I'ark.
The room in the court house formerlv
oeeupieil liy W. R. Whitson is lieiiiK fitted
up lor the Sheriil's olliee.
M. C. I leaver, I'ish 1 lam, S. C; J. II
Minor, New York, anil J. S. McN
Richmond, are at the Grand Central.
Regular Conclave Cvrene Command
cry, No.." to-nloit at s o'clock. Yi
itinji timers eordially weleonie.
W. I". R wiioi.i'ii, Kcconlcr.
lininia Smith, who was shot by llee
kiah Lueky at Cripplecreek several weeks
av'o, is iuipiovim-. Init will not be out
lor two iiioihIis. She will Ik' a crippli
Col. Williamson and W. W. It:, man!
reliiriicil yesterdav Irom a four days
lishiiiK trip to II'ik Tom Wilson's, at the
loot of I.laek Mountain. They report
Miss Kacliel lllvthe, ol the lacultv ol
the Thotnasvillc orphanage, is visit inj
friends in thiseitv. She was formerlv ol
Swain eoiintv, ami is a tlirect descendant
of Pocahontas the Indian maiden.
James Iiodsnn, white, plead uuillv ti
the chaise of lieina drunk ami disorderly
in the Mayor's court this morning nml
was lined $.". Itick I'lournoy's trial was I
postponed until to-morrow morning.
Col. W. M. Cocke, sr., of Winchester.
Ky., has come to Ashevitle for the sum
nicr; he is accompanied by his wile and
is vi.iling at Mr. J. li. Rankin's on Mer-
I he subject ol the meeting lor voting
men in the lecture hall of the Young Men's
Christian Association to-night at eight
o'clock will Ih',"A Message to the Timid,
Isaiah 1:10-11. All voting men are in
vital to attend.
I hose teachers who intend to visit
Morehcad City during the teachers' as
sembly to lie held June 17, can obtain
membership tickets from county superin
tendent J. W. Starnes, entitling the hold
er to reduced railroad and hotel rates.
The meeting of the street committee.
which was to lie held yesterday at p.
in., to consider the matter of granting
privileges to the different railroads seek
nig rig lit ol way through tne eitv, was
Hist poned. The iuestion will come In
line the Hoard of Aldermen Friday night.
The dress that Lcnh Foreman wnssu
Hised to have worn on the night of her
mother's murder was found yesterdav.
It has a nuniln'r of blood stains. (Itlicers
are still nt work on the case and arc con
lident that they will have the guilty tier-
sons by the next term of the criminal
Only m Humor.
There was n rumor on the streets to
day to the elicit that J. II. Iiimnn, prcsi
dent of the Richmond and Danville rail
road is negotiating for the Sars proi-
crty, in northeast Aslirville, for n site for I
his $l!."iii,oiiii hotel.
There are Km acres
of the land.
CHEATFS mnpy a new httmiWHn;
ENI.AMtES mnny un ulii hiiineH;
KHYIVliS many a dull liusinetm;
tk'liSCI'HS miiny a lnl huniwitt'
SA Vlitt mmiv n Uiilinif liwiiiwun;
I'h'liSKHVliS tunny h Inrie htmimnn;
SKCUKliS micceni in any btnincn.
To fl(verie jutliciously, use the col-
lifiiM ol ' Tlie LitiMcn. L,vcrvlunlv mitln
it; nml in pnipoi tion to the return it I
YKmt .iovwimc, us rm re me cnenK
The Mountain Park Hotel, Hot
prinKsi, n. c,
is lirstciass in every particular, with I l
,1.-1 1.. . I. -..- . .1
me oesi iiiiiiv in me nouiii, i-iirc nml I
abundant water ond Krfect sanitary nr-
The scenery is licautiful, climate much legislative hulls and bribing legislatures
milder than Ashevillc, there being no Lre not unheard of and the committee
throats nnd lunus.
The baths in marble pools are the fin-
est in the world nnd the thermal waters
lire an iinexecllcd secihc lor rheumatism,
nil iIiimih ill skin and lilnnri. .....
Excellent physkrians reside at the ho-
im. . I
: iram icaTc Asnerine tor hoi npntifts
t T.80 . m.. 4.86 nnd 7 n.
Excursion tickets, including one day's
board at Mountain Hark hotel, 4.5.
' For rates etc,. ddrwi '
jldV. ' '"" ' .J' W. 0. DoOMTTLR.
A DAY FOR COMMITTEES.
DIFFERENT REPORTS SUIT
MITTED TO ASSEMBLY.
THE LOUISIANA LOTTERY
The Temperance Report Again
The AaaeiuDlv Ke-AfTlniiH
After the 0ciiiiig tj" hist night's session
of the Assembly Reverend J. I. Viuiee, of
Virginia, moved tlmt the rcxrt of the
UH.vial committee oil licensures of can
didates be made the order of the dnv for
the first hour Friday mornini;. The mo
tion was carried.
The report of the committee on foreign
missions was rend by Kev. C. R. Hem
hill, chairma j, and was considered by
sections. The tirst section of the report
proposed to transfer the minister's fund
from the clergy's friendly society to the
Presbyterian minister's fund of Philadel
phia. Adopted. The next section pro
posed annuities to families of decease
missionaries, and wus udopted. -TI
third resolution was an overture from
the Columbia presbytery recommending
the publication of a missionary paper for
hildren. The committee recommended
that the first number each month of the
Children's friend be given up to this pur
pose. Adopted. The fourth section was
an overture from the Columbia presby
terv recommending the training nf young
women for the foreign missionary work
Adopted. Other recommendation
adopted were as follows:
1 Hat the churches shall pay, this com
inji year $1 lo.oiio at least for foreign
missionary work. That the executiv
committee lie autnorimi to commission
four additional men to the missionarv
lield in the Congo l-'rtf State. That III
question of the duty of enlisting in foreig
mission fields be impressed on clergy ine
and theological students. That a woman
lie appointed to canvass each congregn
tion for subscriptions to The Missionary
and that the club rates for that par Ik
maintained. That all Sabbath school!
lie encouraged to take part in the Chil
lira's I lay exercises on the first Siinda
in June. That the assembly eordiall
iiiiiicikI the olhccrs and members ol tin
executive committee lor their .c.-il and
energy. The report of the committee
was then adopted as a whole.
Kev. .Mr. Mcvcns gave a good talk on
foreign missions and was lollowed liv
Rev. C. R. Hemphill, Rev. J. W. Allen am
Ur. W. T. Thompson. Col. J. J. Wadi
made a talk on the circulation of the
The first business I icforc the Assembt
this morning was the reading of a re
port uf the committee on bills and over
lures. The first section was on the I'eac
memorial introduced n lew days ago In
Ur. Campbell. Thccommillcc submitted
both a majority and n minority report
Thcv were docketed and arc as follows
The majority commit lee on bills and
ivertures report as lollows rcsiiectiu
the paT concerning n reace congress.
made up ot delegates Irom the churche
of Christendom, and a iH'lition uddrcsscd
to the Christian nations ol the worh
"tiered bv Ur. William A. Campbell and
relerred to this committee. Recognizing
the right ot iietiliou to civil goveriiiiiciu,
in regard to momentous matters and the
uhliuntiou ol thechurch.tliroiiuliitshiuh
est judiciaries to place itself on the side
ot truth and righteousness, your com
mittee recommend the adoption of In.
U m. A. Campliell s iiuiier. anil the iillinu
ol the blanks in the committee ol corres
pondence with other Christian churches.
with the names ol Reverends Win. A
Canipliell, I. II., Kev. Moses ll. Iloge, I).
P., anil .Mr. .Marshall .M. Gilliam. Thcv
furthermore recommend that Kev. Win
. Camnliell. U. II., and Rev. Moses I)
Iloge, I. Ll., he appointed our delegates
to Hie assembly in the interest ol Peace
contemplated in 1 Mil, but that this As
sembly (loci not by this npiHiintment ol
uriegiiies commit iiscu innovniicc to nny
measures that this Peace congress may
The foregoing was signed by 11. G. Hill
G. li. l-agleton.J. C. ftewart, Rolicrt I
Moye.J. U. McUan, K. S. Harwell, Win
McPhectcrs, W. II. Anderson. The fol
lowing is the minority report
V hde we entertain the fullest svuioa
thy with the motions iimitintimr the
overture, and regard the end sought, as
oi tne nig nest a ml most commendable na
ture; and while we reuard it tlicdutv of
every mrisuun m his individual rapac
ity, aim us a citizen, to no nil in his
power to accomplish the end therein pro-
l'""". still we regard it unwise for the
Assembly, the lUL'hest court of our
church, to take nuv action in this case,
Signed by W. Y. Invis, R. A. Webb, J
The second recommendation of the
committee on bills nnd overtures wns in
answer to the ietition from the anti-lot
lery league of Louisiana asking that the
Assembly take some action on the Louis-
hnnn tterv nuitntmn. nn.l on the rr.w
lution Introduced liv W. A. Ak-smulrr.
The answer of the committee was (lint
inasmuch as the evidence nf the wide
spread influence of lottery schemes in the
land had Iwen brought licfore the conv
mittec nnd as they were seeking the pat
ronage of the eoplc of the land nnd
some over whom the Assembly were
appointed to guard, the General As
sembly should take action against
the unmitigated evil and vicious iniipiity,
The lotteries npwnlcd to the avarice of
the people with peculiar fore and create
a craving for fain. At present they stand
backed by the law nnd tins makes them
only the more Insidious. Thev m .t
- t ....Iv un orirmiil .i ..r
i.o . ..
J n -J VM KHIIti
" " . . " UIOW nt
Christianity. Instances of their entering
recommend to the Assembly that it wnm
the rsroplc not only to refrain from buy.
lug or sc. Ming the tickets hut to use their
influence with others to the same effect,
hearty sympathy with any enactments
lookina to the suppression of the evil.
With regard to the overture asking co
operation with the census enumerators
the report stated that the entire request
wns not recommended, but only thnt
the stated clerks of the Presbyteries
should be asked toco-operatc. Adopted.
The South Alabama presbytery over
tured for the gratuitous distrihurion of
the minutes of the General Assembly,
The committee recommended lavorbly.
Also thnt the minutes be sent only on
receipt of the regulnr price. j
Dr. Shearer read the report ol the judi
cial commitece on the .ipjieal of Rev. P.
P. P. Robinson from the decision of the
Assembly of 1887. Mr. Robinson w8
a minister of the Presbytery of Mecklen
burg nnd charges were preferred against
him by his wife. The synod of North
Carolina found against him and he np
iealed to the Assembly of 1S87. There
he was 8usiiended mid in he was
restored to the ministry, hut without the
right of communion. Rev. Robinson ap-
icalcd on the ground thnt the actions of
the preceding Assemblies were incon
sistent. The committee in an elaborate
pniier admitted as much nnd recoin
men led thnt Mr. Robinson lie restored
the full rights and privileges of the inin
Ir. I la vies, of the committee on the
logical seminaries, submitted the report
The condition of the dtlicrvnt insula
tions was, he said, gratifying. At the
school at Cuiou there were seventy st
dents. The Columbia Theological Semi
nary had twenty-five matriculated dur
ing the past year. The institutes li
colored ministers had twenty-nine si
dents, all doing good work. Adopted.
Report oi committee on toreign corrc
pondencc was rend, and with amend
incuts adopted as u whole.
A motion was made bv Ir. Scott that
lr. W. A. CainplK'll lienr in (H-rson the
letter to the Irish Jubilee at Hcllnst nex
Mr. Win. Cox moved to stisicnd tl
rules and reconsider the action of the as.
scinblv on the paK'rs on temperance, sill
milted by committee. Carried. Mr. Cox
moved to reconsider the vote. Curried
CIS votes against. Mr. Cox offered n re
olution to refer the matter to a special
committee who shall present a more suc
cinct statement of the question. M
Cox said that the action of the nsscmbl
had U-cn misconstrued, even by sonic ol
the mcnilicrs of .the assembly. The a
scinblv should go on record, he thought
as uuinislakably lavoritig teuierance
Rev. W. A. Alexander offered a subsl
tute that the thanks of this Assembly
extended to the sihx-iiiI committee l
their earnest work in this matter an
that no farther action Ik- taken on it ami
that this Asssembly atlirius the delive
ancc of other previous Assemblies on
lcniieraiice. Kev. Geo. Suuimey did in
think the Assembly should reconsider the
former nction. Kev. Alexander's substi
tute was adopted.
The rcHirt of the cnminiltccon system
a tic Ih-iicIicciicc showed the following
amounts to have lieen ex leaded during
the past year for dilU-reut purHiscs
Home missions, $ii;i,illiU; cvuugclicn
work, $ is, mill; invalid fund. SUM
foreign missions $77,0HI; education
$:I2,II0(I; publication, $80,00(1, and for
Tuscaloosa seminary, $.,.VJ.. Adopt
I lie committee on devotional exercise
recommend a change in the hours of I lie
session from '.I. .'Ill a. in. to 1 p. in. and
'mm 4 to (i. Adopted.
The report of the auditing commitle
was presented and adopted.
Kev. Mr. Flonrnev submitted a resolu
tion asking that a committee lie u
oiiited to prcpaie paK'rson such sub
jects as Love of Money, Christian Giver
and Worldly Amusement, nml tliul co
irs lie sent to ministers with a request
that sermons be preached on those top
ics. The question wus liberally discussed
and when Kev. Ur. Hemphill rose and re
marked that as long as he was in the
pulpit he would teach those subjects
from u sense of duty anil thai he did not
consider that anybody had to tell him
how or when to do . and that the As
sembly wus constantly lowering itself in
not only the eyes of the Presbyterians
but of the ministers by just such acts as
the one proposed, the resolution was
tabled. The reHirl of the commit tee-
on societies was submitted, as was the
reMirt of the committee on revised dirce
ory of worship. The latter advised that
no change be made. Adopted.
The rcMirt of the committee on colored
evangelical work recommended the a-
IKiintment of n field secretary. Adopted
The Assembly took a recess till I
Kev. Geo. F. RoIk-iIsoii, pastor of the
Presbyterian church at Murrislown,
Tea a., is on a visit to the General Assem
bly. He was a former citizen of Ashcvillc,
and is a brother ot Mr. J. I). Koliertson,
one of the city's best business men
The Assembly may adopt a rule rcqiiir-
ng afternoon sessions also, but il it is
one, and the night meetings continue
the members will have to work, As it is
now, more is done in committee meetings
the afternoon than is done in the
"The elasticity of Prcsbyterianism" is
hat Ur. I). 0. Davics, of Kentucky
termed a church service held in n bar
room in his State, which the women hud
broken up. He wns illustrating church
progress in Kentucky.
The consideration of the retmrt on
home missions called out several mem
bers, csiieeinllv the clause giving itiport
to nged ministers, dipt. 15. K. Stamps,
of Raleigh, said : "When we remember
that these men have given the best years
of their lives to this great cause, it docs
seem that we should not withhold from
them support now. 1 love these old min
isters; love their way of preaching. I
am in favor of providing for them."
Kev. A. I'.. Little, of Virginia, Mr. W. M.
Cox, of Tennessee, and Judge Orr SHike
the same line.
Kev. W. C. Alexander, of Bolivar,
Tenn., is one ol the youngest members of
the Assembly, He has been Ordniucd
only n yenr or two, has been most suc
cessful ns the pastor of one of the most
cultured churches of the west, nnd gives
promise of being an eminent and useful I
Rev. C. 8. Vedder, D. I)., a visitor, Is
one of the most interested spectator of
the Assembly and admirers of Aslieville,
Untcrtaincd nt the hospitable home of
Cnpt..M. IJ. Carter, he has had an excel
lent opportunity of seeing Aslieville at
its liest within nnd without. He has for
n quarter of a century been the pastor of
the old Huguenot church of Charleston,
the sole survivor of that body of churches
planted on the coast by the re'iigees of
the French Reformed church after the
revolution of the Ivdiet of Nanlcs. He is
an eloquent speaker and Incite writer,
almost indispensable at such gatherings
ns centennial ccclebrations and such oc
casions. Should the church elect a "poet
laureate," he would be unanimously
chosen. He writes but seldom, but never
without force as well as beauty.
Rev. Ur. Thompson, of Soul h Carolina,
in his speech at the bauotict, made allu
sions to the persecutions of the Scotch
Presbyterians bv Claveihotisc and the
nuke ol Alba. 1 lie reverend geiitleman s
face is slaniK'd with as much power
suffer the lorlures ol the "wooden boot
in a like cause, as Sir Waller Scott a
cribes toMacllriar. one ol their victims
Kev. H. C. Smith, ol Mississippi, is k-
Imps the tallest member ol Ihc Assembly
He has been a minister twenty-live yen
anil is well known on I be Gull coast
where he exerts an undoubted inlliienc
He wns n "high private" in the Ciinfei:
crate army, and is "high" still.
Kev. T. K. Sampson, ol ('.recce, w ho lias
been visiting the General Assembly, le
this morning, lie will visit relatives i
Davidson College, N. C, and Kichmoii
Ya lielorc returning to his work.
Among the visitors to the Assembl
are Kev. I.. II. Baldwin, of Suffolk, Va
Kev. oodlaw, of Laurens, S, C, and
Rev. Frank D. limit, of Hciidcrsonvilli
N. C. Rev. Ilaldwm is pastor of til
Presbyterian church at Suffolk and
preached at the First Methodist clmrc
on Sunday last. Rev. Mr. Woodlaw has
just come into the Presbyterian clinic
from the Methodist chinch anil hi
harge of the Presbyterian church
Rev. J. A. Itrvnn, the youngest man
the Assembly, is the pastor of the Thir-
chinch of lliimingham. He has he
preaching only a few months. II
cniiicu lias increased ill its niemlnrsin
more largely icrhaps than any other
Alabama. Mr. Hrvau is tall in stature
with an expressive lace, and warm syn
pal la-tie in. inner.
Rev. A. II. Hamilton, of Virginia,
one ol the quiet men of the church, but i
the loreiroiit of aggressiveness, lie lead
the movement in his own Presbytery
looking to the advancement of the oh
settled churches into the surrounding re
gions ami has by his example nml writing
greatly dcvchqivil this method of work.
In reporting Rev. II. K. Walker's r
marks in yesterday's Cj riKx an injustic
was done him in representing him
speaking of "Hardshell llaplists"
rib Carolina when he said Nort
(riirgia, and also m the lolhiwing sen
tener: "Missionary llaplists make the
Ust working Presbyterians and tlivre
arc so many ol tin in thai it is a
inviting Held. II may seem strange
to wish to proselyte them, "but,'
saul the Sieiiker. "to show the nml i
work there, the North Georgia llapti
.issocmiioii pnssi.i a resolution advising
the hanging ol revenue officers wheiuv
touiiil among III,- luit.uus in search ol
stills or moonshine whiskey." Not Mis
sionary Ilajitists, but "Hardshell llap
lists" were alluded to by the sieakcr in
the connection here given. ( i course the
regular llaptisl church was not relerred
o at all in the foregoing.
Ml NINICHM MI)Tlti:H.
ttllver Willed Ware,
In canters, spoons, lin ks and knives.
iecial inducements nre being ollereil
now. Rogers tnpple plated kuiv
?1.7S ier set. 1-oi Usio match at sanu
price. Desert knives. SI. lid m-r set. A
plenilal assortment of Keed : llarlon's
plated ware, the Ust goods made, are
offered nt lowest pi ices. Crockery, glass
and cutlery, very large stock and always
lie lowest prices at Law s. ,i7. fill mid
tl South Mam street.
Remember the auction Male
oi realUriu'c lotH on Main
Ntrcet next Monday.
Ice for Hc-iihoii iHuo.
On and after May 1st ice will lie deliv
ered only lor cash or tickets. Tickets
may lie obtained at our olliee. No. ao
'niton nveniic, ami will lie strictly cash
Asimii.i.i: lei! axkCoalCo.
A New Hond lo iiiihh.
If you ure wise ami wish to Is-eoiiie
healthy ami wealthy also, you will use
Koiicr Mug or I. lectin- Light Hour; be
ntise tnc Aslieville .Milling Comiuiuv's
our is noiiimv tne m-st hut llicellcnijCBt,
New AdvcrtlMeiiicnts) To-Day
hfi oxi rAO:.
Kill JIM Kniiii Ih.isi. I. Ilulow Itrwlll.
MldiAI. I'OI MI.
Notu l II 8 Mi-luifNy.
Insi imi i-i. p. p. iirlsht.
i'" kkst.ii. Noll Alhlnaon Hi Hons.
Iliiving tiinlltlrd ns administrator on the
uiir hi iHittvH Hiiiiry, nr. tin the 10th dnv
Miiy. iHito. notice Is hereby ulvcn to nil
rrrmmsi itMlt hird to the said Jiiinrs Ilnllcv.
r , to tmikr Immrdiatc nnvrmnt mid srttfri
ment; nnil at) ihthoii hNvitiu clnlnm nirnlntt
Id i-Ktiitc Hill tmsent them for iifivmuiL un
r tit-lnre the Ulh dnv ol Mnv. lsul. cir
tnm nntfer will lr lrnrt In Imr or their re
iwry, i nts djna amy oi Miiy, imru,
Ji. H. AKIM I'I'Y,
mnyUUddt thu AdmlnlMlrntor.
A uold and blue enamel vidteue medal with
Miitrule Nrul" un the hiu-k. ( iwncr rim
have mime ly iirovlng rorrly and jmvln
11. 1 P. BRIGHT,
FE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE
OR. BATTLE'S OFKICK.
)AKD WANT It I,
Hv a uentlemnji. vlthrr In orlvatc huuaa ur
boanlinK house. Write, stulln terms, to
it. it. t',,
mnyaodat Cltlsea Ulllc.
Two line velvet enrnet. little tisrrl Alan
one Infrraln carjwt, malttnK. rugs, bed din,
blankets and other household matters clisap.
A. v li HnK
mayUQdUt Van Olldcr Mouse.
Gold, Silver, Ivory, Oak, Gilt and Comb!
nation Moulding. Also Room Mouldings,
ru-turcs Muttcd, Mounted and Framed at
InwcKt prices nml work guaranteed. Bnrrav
inn, I'fiiittinK and Locul Views always on
aa H. Main tit., Attbcvllle.
nur IX ll
ONE HUNDRED BARRELS BEST
Onc Hundred Barrels)
ONE HUN0R70 BARRELS BEST QUALITY
C. E. MOODY
Ufllec No. , Patton Avenue.
TKI.I-'I'IIONU NO. 40.
WlirellnllHe lit l'Ciot.
p. o. iim n:u
VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY
l virtue of nutlittrttv vested In tinevU-v
K. ct'tmnt bv a ,vrtnin dt-ed in tru'ttexmitei,
liv T. I. Viiin'.itdtr 11 Mil wile. li. A. VaiUiiltUr,
liilnl thr 2tth ilnv l lline. A. II 1MM7.
rt-uiMicrvd in the Ki'siitucr'sntliet'ol' IIiiiicoiiiIh
rttuiitv in Hook 10, puiM- 07; nnu ny vmur
ti Mtithoni v vvHted m . . Itiimnnl bv n
iiTlnin dtfd lrini Htiitl T. I. (inUildiT anil hi
iitd uiii'diiU'd I let. 14. nnd rcKistcred
hiimi KiuifUr s ttflKT in liotik im. iwiue-fim,
either w iili n dii-litrutiin ol trimi uf the
Mild W. W Hiirn:ml ilvtlnred thfrxiu dated
(U-IhIkt -7. 1M77. and rt'Ki"ten-d insuidoilux
111 Idi'tk 11 ol piortuuui'K tiud tiet'iis 111 inis
ui ii.iifi' isVi: nml lv n 1 rtiiin titht-r iIitiI Irunt
the snid T. l.'VnntUliiiT and his suid wife to
anid W. W. Harnard daud tivtober 31.
1MM7. and rt.iiu-n-d m said oiBcc iu Hook
On. i.ni;f ."0:1, tortber with a drclarutiwn ol
trtitii iiindc tile nun by the said W . V . Hnrn
imldattd UK- 14th duv oi OttoUr, A. 1
Is,, iintl r iiiNti'red in rmd nihev in Hook 1
it in nrtiiii ires nml ilet-ds of trust, outre 407,
ami hv Yiriur ol nuiliutify vt-Mted in J. A
natit by a cvrtain ili-rd in trutiteseciiU'dbv
datttl t lie st'coild day if Novt tntKT. 1mm'
i in ui i. i. tJiimtiiuir mm inn uiu viic,
und rciiintt rttl Hi kftiil ntttve in Hook ot niort
mitt' anil )-i'is in trum .No. 1 1. imue 4
.11 will im bv virtue ol nny nuthority he may
ha . v ny riamiii in tiiv utiti in trtini urst nnuvt-
mtiitiiHH-d, (thesnitl T. 1. Vunisilder mid wif
hiivitm lulled to nny the monies sevurnl by
tMuh ? ml fVfiy ol said di-edi in mint and
dt t tl and deiianttioiiA of tni"t thereon ae
ctitilnii: tn tin ir tH'ViTal provuinnn. and th
Maid iruoii'iti hnviiit: nareed utnunii them-
Kt'lves as lo the priorities nf the vnrlour
I. iits iti tun-il and nt to thr proiier division
a tnc nroni'iis ol Hie sale ot tut
lauds hrrcinnlter derwrilted). the snld Gene
vieve K. i. on unt and the said v. w. uamani
and the said J. A. Cnnant, trustees in saitl
ittiiN in iniHts ami iiit-os utm oeviu rations oi
trutt thereon, will sed nt public nuetiou lot
ich nt the court house iloor -in the eitv ol
aiu'viiic ni i j u ihk-n in. ou inc nsi o ly oi
May. A U. 1HUU. a certitln pleix' or imnvl ol
tnnti in tne city oi Aneviiie. county oi nun-
eonil and dtatr of Nrth Ciuoilna, on thr
south slile of Colleixe street, and on the west
sale of I nvtdson turret, ineluduiK the elegant
lek resii euee now iM'euturil hv hiiiu I. 1
Vant sillier, mid the stables aud severul adja
(eiit tots back of it. bounded as follows: On
tht north by Cola-ire nirvei, on the cast by
imvMson strret, on tne pout it oy i-.aKHStreci
iiki on tin went hv tne Jan lot nnti tnc a. i
(avfiiNon lot. now rack's At the same thnt
aud place the said W. W. llamard will sell at
tild anil kiti'hen funiiture under the author-
ui uic uuciion ior uiPn a i write iui ot nuuac
ly ol the deed Irom said Van(ililrr and wife
Hart i a nl nrst and above mentionetl and
he declaration of trut mudv thereon i
aforesuid March IHUU.
I'.KNhVlliVU K.CtiNANT, Trustee.
. A. CoNA.NT, Trustee.
V. W. UAKNAKD. Trustee.
gAI.K Ol' VALUAHLUTOWN l'KOl'UkTY
ly virtue of the authority Invested In mi
ns i run tee, under a certain deed of trust cae-
uted liy Iwlla htronp, M. lilliaU'th 8 1 roup
mil Frames I,. Frrck and her bust mm!
Chnrles W. I'rvck. to secure a certain debt
payable to Kiln M Jersey (the said debt be-
ini now uue nno wtiuiiv unnniiii. l will
mil public nuction br cash at the court
ittse door In the eitv nf Ashcville at
I J noon on the first Monday In June
(nix the Ifiul). a certain house and
lot hi the city of Ashcvillc, to-wit: the
lot known as Number 'J'J. of Mel iti well's nd.
dltion to the city ol Ashcvillc; for a more
itarliculur description of which reference is
htrebv made lo the records of mortunues.
ilcid nnd trusts, Hook No. 14, pane 15U. in
tnc netrisier s omee oi nun com or county
where suid tlcvd ol trust is registered.
WIl.MAM K. BKIiKHH,
nirlf4dtjuntf thu Trustee.
Yearly or for m Term or Yearn.
A lame and rhnrmlnv oloce In the count rv
nnoiii it mius irom asiicviiic. J miles irom
rnllrond stutlonand in aK"od nclKhborhuod.
THE MAIN BUILDING
Is ii fine stone house with lame rooms, am.
pie vera ii'lui, front and back staircase H and
air nan. ,
The estate consists of 42 acres, a consid
erable portion twins; still In the woihIs
The house is pleasantly situated, with tine
shndc, nbundnnt water, etc
tlond farm bulldlnas. stablina for a nam.
tier of horses, room lor IO head of cattle,
There Is also a nice and convenient frame
lOlisc ootislstinif of 1 1 robins and tins mrnt.
Kentiti ot tnc mam residence f fioo ier tr
ain: If farm lucltided viniti ner nnnnm. r
rental ui iranie nousc anq larra ooo tier
Arrnnirrmcnts could nrobablv be made
PON f't'KCIIAHK II desired.
I'or further particulars apply to
NATT ATKINHON ac 80NH,
HeKl Ifstate Icalerat Ashcvillc, N. C.
Attorneyat-IMw Notary Public.
NO. 19 MiOAL BLOCK.
UO lots In Chitnn's Cove. Just outside the
l , l un acres intiu in aiamson county, near
nno acres land three miles north of Mender.
sonvllle. A. i H N, K. runs through the
innd, I'ost olliee and depot near by.
aeaalon given June J, I alio.
A nice 7-rntnn iirlek enttiiur. ncwlv Air.
ni.heil. for the next 4 or fi muntha. i'oaw.
aion tnimciliutcly. Apply
mnySdtf Olliee Th. Aahevillc Hhoe Co.
Ol'HIl POK kRNT,
llandaomelv ftirnlaheri dealrable loeatlnn.
riely nirniahed flralrable location. I
ICE RATES FOR SEAbON 1890.
TKRMS STRICTLY CASH WITH ORDER
la qunntltlr. not Iris than one ton nt factory
In tiiiiiitttU-B not u tluin nne hall' ton at luetory,
noo pounds, 410 tickets, 10 pounds cueli..
7110 as " an "
7iio " m " no "
looo ' io " loo " "
No Ice will ue delivered without ensli ur
Aslieville Ice &
Telephone No. 36 and 40.
JfcXLICO COAL AT RETAIL.
For (irate, S5.00.ll For Stoves), ... 4.30.
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
I'or sale at Wholeaale and Kctnll by
ASHEVILLE ICE AND COAL COMPANY,
Telephone 36 and 40.
Inclusive A uen u i Domestic and Hteam I lor Western North Carolina.
LIIWI8 MADDUX. Hrea L. P. McLOUU, Vice-Pres. . B. RANKIN, Cashier.
H. RaW. B. Ray, J. B. Reed
-WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, -
Orcanlicd May tat, 1H8S.
State, County and
Doe. General nankin Bnaincaa. IVportt.
lection, made on all arccuihle wlnu. The
On .11 .am. hi tbl. department, deposited
of per cent, per annum will be paid.
8iectal attention Riven to lonni on reel estate, which will be placed aor: lone time oa ml
Open Irom 9 a m. to 8 p. m. On Raturriayi the aarinx Department will be open till A p.m.
(INK OP TUB
In tlic South.
Service nml tiiMc I'lmt
II l 'iztj l'.k.UiASs
I'oi term, addmis
H. J. GRIiENWELL, Proprietor.
Only 8 Mile from Aslieville ou the A. & S. Railroad and
The iin-im-M numlter anil variety of mineral .prliiK. to tie found in the Houth.
48 Springs on Lcsh Than 40 Acres,
ChalylK-alc. Iron, .iilphur, epanm, Blum, nnd mnirnciiin. Several very line combination
thnt are uwd in eurliiK iniliKemlon, liver and kidney trouble, ehronie dynenlery, chronicdya-i.-pln
nnd ehrouie .iek ht-adm-lie. llr.r .nritiit reccntlv ilevelnK-il i. the ffn-nti-.t Ionic water
ever foiinil. Many are buying lot. to builil n-aort eottnice. near the HprlnK.. I.u arewild
nt nominal pritea to ailvertia the pTiice anil the minerul water. Board can he hail at
2o to 930 Per Month, or $1 Per Day.
Kcfi-n-nce., teatlmonlulH, etc.. can lie had bv writing to the owner; or better yet. anyone
Interrat.-d la invited lo come and Iry the wntcr. l.n-at improvement, will be made next
Train. Icnve Alirvilk at P.or. a. in. and n-ttirn at 7 p. m. fare 3A ee-nta.
rui .urii.rr iniunn.nim wnir kii
febl I il'lm
HOTEL I ARMOND-HOTEL BONNYCREST
SKYI.ANI) MINERAL, SPRINGS, N. C.
Kliflit .IIIIch South of AHhevllle, ou the A. ft 8. Railroad.
New hotel., acw cottage., new furniture,
48 MINERAL SPRINGS.
While Hulphur, Alum, Mnunr.ln, Iron and Kpaom. Those aeeklng hcnlth and pleasure and
elect aiK-iety will not lull to vl.lt this plcnaant resort and drink of IU healing watera.
Aahevllle, N. C.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Manmncturer. and Dealer, m all kind, of Dnwl
Door, tah, Blinds), MouldiiiKS, Stalrwork, ManteU, Bank
and Bar Fixtures, and all kind of Building: Material.
Hard Wood Lumber
nor l.diy Telephone
Dealer in Wall Paper, WliidowBhadcaandPatentHansrera,
I'alnta, i ilia and Varnl.hea, Mn.ury's allied
French aad America
We keep In KtiHk Kt. lAulaand Kentucky Lead.
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
ai7 Haywood Street.
All WATKK TUUROl H.V
Twenty-five yeurs of practical eiciicncc, combined with fkrsonal stlentlns to all dt.
tail, of the liualncaa and perfect arrangements
manufactured, enable the proprietor to present
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphons.
Dinger Ale nnd nil the various flavors of MODA WATBB ready for iklpmrnt and de limed
free In City limits. Out nf town ordcra'muat
WINE .. AND LIQUOR, ., STORE
' '"' IN THE STATU. . .i- . i .
17INR HAMPIJ! 1NII BILMARn BIU1M
Oe. per handml.
Tickets now on sale St the ofllc. of the
No. 30 Pattou Avenue.
reeHnd. Bzchaan bouzht and sold. Col
(taring Feature will rcccWc iicclal atUntion.
lor four inontm or lonacr, intemt at the rat.
?1 PIVB MINITTB8
WALK FMUM TUB
II'iimn the dour every 1u
OTIS A. DULLER,
Skyland P. O., N. C.
benutiful grnaa. neat tennis and crniiiiet lawns.
E. A. LeVENE,
Near Passenger Depot.
'Work a Specialty.
Colors. Window Oloaa, both
FILTKRKD ou the PreinUea.
for clsanlinkss nnd rusiTT ol all goods
to hi. numerous patron, a .aperlor eiaa. ol
bar. aaransnka refcrene.
; C. H. CAIrlPBKLL.
.1 Ll L. l.J. J 1
43 8. MAIN ST., ASHEYiUi, K.C