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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: FKIDAY EVENING, MAY 1890.
THE DAILY . CITIZEN.
H. D. CHILD, Business Manager.
Tn rAiLT Ciririm will be published every
alternoon (except Sunday) at the Inlawing
ram Mtnctir csu'
omVcw... $500 BUSINESS OF THE ASSEM-
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afternoon In every part of the city tooursub
eriliert, and parties wanting it will please
call at the Citiirn Office.
AnvRKTisiNO R at us Reasonable, and made
known on application at this office. All
transient advertisements must be paid In ad
The Citiirn Is the most eitenslvelv
in ted and widely read newspaper iu Western
Its discussion of public men and measures
BLY ABOUT COMPLETED.
SOME IMPORTANT REPORTS ARE
Is in the Interest of public integrity, honest
uuvrnimeni, ana prosperous inuusiry, ou 11
knows no personal allegiance la treating pub
Siecimen copies of any edition will be sent
Tt io any one senaing meir aaurrss,
Kenninjr notices icn cents per one.
ary, marriaKe and society notices fifty vents
each (not exceeding ten Hues) or fifty cents
The Report of the Committee on
KIcenHurea Rejected lant
NlKht and To-Day's)
The Assembly met again nt 4 o'clock
obttu-1 yesterday a tier noon.
FRIDAY, MAY L, 1HU0.
THE DAILY CITIZKN
In on sale at the following places in Ashcvlllc:
HATTBKY PARK NKWS STAND.
GI.BN ROCK NKWS STAND.
J.CAKSO.N'SNliWSSTOKli, North Court to add to the topics nine nnd eleven ol
8iuurc nurrntive of tlie session, the words
The report of the standing committee
on publication was considered seriatim,
It wns adopted as a hole after striking
out the cluuse recommending that the
report of the committee be printed at the
same office as the regular proceedings.
Concerning an overture from Transyl
vania Presbytery asking the Assembly
PERTINENT AND PERSONAL.
News) About AHhevllllntiM and ol
(Mraiimera within Our liales,
"among church members," thecommit-
tee recommend that the request be gran
ted. An overture was read from the
Atlanta Presbytery, asking the Assem
bly to consider the subject of psalmody
send no delegate this year, but assured
the Reformed church of their unabated
interest and joy at the tokens of divine
favor In the prosperity with which they
have been blessed.
The auditing committee have exam
ined the accounts of Rev. Dr. Wilson,
treasurer of the Assembly, and find them
nently and properly kept. The ensh ac
count shows a balance of $22H.o:i.
The report of the committee on Sub
bath was brought up and adopted. The
last cluuse refers to the Sunday newspa
per as organizing evil, They flood the
land with pernicious literature. The
church members were asked not to coun
tenance them in any way,
Rev. White, o( Texas, introduced a res
olution asking for the npiiointnient of a
chair for Bible study in the theological
seminary, and Ir. Hemphill introdueci!
one asking that the salary for 1S)0 for
John W. Dabnev, the recently deceased
missionary to llrnzil.be appropriated for
his family. Doth were adopted
The report of the committceon system
otic beneficence, consideration of which
wns not finished Inst night, was again
brought up. A motion to add that the
collection in February be applied to
church erection was carried. The rcKrt
wns adopted as n whole.
The standing committee on licensures
reported on the majority and minority
liver Plated ware.
In canters, snoons. forks and knives,
sgieciul inducements are Iwing tillered
now. Rogers' tripple plated knives,
i.7operset. porks to nmtcn nt Runic
price. Desert knives. $1.00 tier set. A
splendid assortment of Kced & Hart on 's
Dinted ware, the liest uoods made, are
o tiered at lowest prices. Crockery, ulass
and cutlery, very large stock ami always
the lowest prices at Law's, 57, 50 and
61 .South Main street.
lames Goup, of New York, is at the ,;,,, .. ,,,, ,i..;.. ,i,,,.i,,,.i, I reports submitted by the special commit
a new hymn liook, Iwtter adapted to the , V . ' . """
U.lwnrd II. Atkinson is the hapimsl nsc-f01"lr churches than the present one. hs rend seriatim and two vtions were
man in town. Hoy !
There were seventy-live arrivals at the
principal hotels yeslcidav.
Mrs. J. S. Grant has returned from a
visit to relatives in Tullahona, Tetin.
M. C. Toms, a prominent business man
of Iltndersonvillc, was at thvSwanuanoa
Miss lYnn'mian has returned from Hal-
tituore, where she has been for two
The committee recommend that theover- " " " wmt n wns
tare- be dcrlined since the executive com- C"'",lcrcd tuu hr,Hul f,,r Assembly to
...:.i. r .u. ... i.i.. cmlorsc was dropped
...... ... vuv .,,.,.,, ... , .,
has nut its imnrint u.m... l'snlm.. IIv.n. " "' "" r auopi.l.g mc
. -. i , . , . , IreiHirtnsa whole Dr. I 'a vies earnestly
and spiritual songs which seem to be 1 .. , , J ,
j'r.nv Ull fcllV ,1HII1 111111 11 WaS
revolutionary and that it was opposed
to the directory of worship, and Hi
Shearer seconded him on the ground that
the adoption of the reHrt would put the
Presbyterians on n level with the nietho-
itiat n.l .. ..l...-..!.-.. 1-1 . s .
Tk. n..rnrl,. ..-.I"""""' "U",IU iiicrawnmv
. .... , - I ored the issuing of licenses to orcaeh to
ciitiul to present requirements. It was
recommended that no books, tracts or
other literature shall lie published by the
committee which have not been examined
by nt least two of the examiners. Ap
proved by majority of committee.
V.. A. Schwnrz, 1'hilaiielpliia, Charles A. I on education was also considered serin
I lylnnd. New Orleans, and C. F. Hanson, I tim. A portion wns adopted at once,
Ilaltiiuorc, arc registered at the Grand I That part recommending that $L."i,000
Central. I lie raised to aid in thecducution of young
i-t...,.. :.. .i... i-.. 1.....1 i :.. i... I ministers c-ilti-d mil m-i-rrnl st n-tns. lint
mvuir in UK oiK k-luv hku ... un - . V" t me n vote was tnkei. .. il. .....
South Main street paving blazed up this '""'' adopted. Or. hhcarer spoke . . '
morning, but the lire was smothered ' "vor. Or. Pavics also advocated
with oulv $10 loss. thc measure. "I have done what I could
Here, said he, to deieat n tithe of ten
Hrcent. Now I will go home and with
ut rccceding Irom my Kisition at all.
urge my xroplc to give one third of their
income to this purest'
Rev. McCuteheun, of West Virginia.
said that all or young men stinking
for the ministry should be aided pro
Mrs. Jennie Martin, wile of T. D. Mar
tin, a brick mason, died at her rooms on
Wooilliu street, vesterdav. She was It."
years old and died of asthma.
Rev. W. I. Ilrdnian left to-day for Max-
ton, N. C where he goes on Y. M. C. A
business. There will he no Bible class at
men not rcgulnrlv educated forthc work,
This was the contested ground and the
Assembly prolonged its session n half
hour to discuss it. At the end of thnt
and it was lost
The devotional exercises) were ixisl-
Kned till the Inst hall hour of the after
noon session. The Assembly took a re
cess until 4 o'clock p. in., to-day.
AUCTION OF REALESTATE.
Routchl Three Months) Alto
Cioooi Mold for94ois.
Six acres of land near the Kiinhcrlv
thcY. M.C. A. lecture hull to-morrow vi(l.(, thcy tnr aMt fr)m the farm IILT. feet back from the extension ol
I ministry; if they did they should return I Merrimon avenue were sold to-day
Misses V yinan ami outsoiii, Statcn I tH. (iniounis so received.
Island; Mr. ami Mrs. John J.iv Knox
The secretary auction. The proicrty was divided int
f the educational committee said that I twenty-four lots, with streets oiieued
notes were taken so that all moneys nd-1 each of which is Ullx2HI with the cxcei-
vuuccil were rcturneil provided the iicr-1 tionnfNoN.whichislHlxlKlxUiHIhx'tilrei
ins aided turned aside Irom the mims-1 No. !i, (r,i..,x7.x'.'oo feet deep, nnd No.
trv. :, 7f.x'.lxlM fixt deeii. 11. C. Lomr
Dr. Thompson, of South Carolina, of- the owner, purchased the property three
attend the State Medical Association an- fcred a resolution withholding aid to nil months ago for $1!,IMM and it told lor
1 5. W. I'urcfov, W. P. Whittington. S. W. voting men who shall receive their eduea- $ 101. 1 twilnv. The sale was conducted
Hatttle. C. I;. Ililliaid, II. I., laird mid I lion without the hound of this Assent-1 by X. Atkinson c Son and bv lots wns as
1.. II. Mellravcr. Thev leave Monday I lily. Dr. Hill and Rev. Ilcbncr opiosed follows
tins. I lie resolution was voted down. I No. 1, Miss N. Lnllarlie, $l.Vi; No. ,
The report ot the committee wns then I Miss N. Lnllarlie, $l,"."i; .'I.Win. Illauton
adoptcil ns a whole and the Assembly $1.11); 4, Win. Illauton, SKID; .", C. F,
took a recess till H.3U p. m. Rny, $170; r, C. F. kuv, $170; 7. S M
Mien the Asscmlily met at Mlln clock Minn, $10; H, F. P. Love, $X,-i; Si. A.
the report of the committee on Sabbath Weber, $K0; lo, A. Welter, $SH; U, (.'.
svhoiils, showing their gratilying condi- l?. Rnv, $l!l,"i; 12, C. F. Ray, $l.."i; l.'l
lion, was read and adopted. T. A. Jones, $17'; 14-, T. A. Jones, $1 75
1 lie report on systematic liemliccm-e I I.i, T. A. Jones, $1."; 10, T. A. Jom-s.
was read. 1 lie answer to n n Iicr olljl.u; 17, W. T. Reynolds, $205; IS, W
overtures, U-ing part ol this reHirt. nsk- T. Reynolds. $205; 1U. R. V. Wolfe,
ing for n rcnl of present schedule ol $1!I5; an, R. V. Wolle, $105; 21, (Iconic
collections, recommcndH that collc'tions I Stnrnes, $20(1; 22, (k-orgc Starnes,$200;
taken tin durini! the months n-imed be I 23. T. A. ones. $2441: Si. T. A
!. II I, 11'- I - 1... . . ... . . - . ,
it. ii. o. ..v.. .vi ..,-...., ,(ir lnc t.IIHl.H siieciheil. This answer $250.
Charlotte with II. C. llyrd, of Mitchell ,nvl tlt ir. sH, of Yirginin, and I r.
comity. .Mr. Hyni g.K-s mere to nave an Hemphill, f Kentucky, who vigorously
oration iicnorineii on ms eve. i rom ,ipH,iRd its adoption. It was favored
there Dr. Weaver will go to the meeting h,v Dr. Craig, Dr. Houston, Rev. A. II.
Hamilton nnd others. The delwte on
this question consumed the entire even
ing session. At iu.;ui a motion was
made to adjourn, which carried, anil the
ipieslion went over as unfinished liusi-
Tne Mountain park Hotel,
nprluicH, N. C
Is firstclnss in everv nartieular,
the best table in the South. Pure anil
abundant water and jieiiivt sanitary ar
The scenery is beautiful, climate much
milder than Ashcville, there In-ing no
harsh winds and no dust toirritalc weak
throats and lungs.
The baths in marble pools are the fin
est in the world and the thermal waters
arc an unexcelled iecilic for rheumatism,
gout, sciatica, nervous exhaustion and
ull diseases of skin ami blood.
Excellent physicians reside at the ho
tel. Trains leave Ashcville for Hot Springs
at 7. MO a. in., 4.:i(i and 7 I
Kxcuraion tickets, including one day's
board at Mountain Park hotel, $4.50.
For rates etc., address
Adv. W. 11. Dooi.irri.i:.
If vou want Bond bargains in the latest
stvles of new millinery, call on Miss
l.aiuc at West lind 1'nlton nveiiue, Hay-
it-noil stri-i'l. Also stvlish dress makilii'
uood work and a inrleel lit guaranteed
.MISS I.AM K.
Street cars pass the door.
Remember tlie nucllon Male
of rvttidoni'c lotH on Alain
Htrcct next Blonday.
Ice for MeuHou 1800.
On and after Muy 1st ice will U- ileliv
ered oulv tor cash or lickcls. I icket
may be obtained at our ollitv, No. .'H
Paltou avenue, nnd will Is.' strictly cash
Asiii:vii.i.k 1CK ami Coai. (.11.
('.Id, Silver, Irory, Oak, Gilt nnl Coiutti-
nmiun Miiil(liiiKi Ainu Room Moulding"-
ricturv'ii Miittt'd. Mounted nnd I'rumcd ut
lowint prk'CK ami work Kuaruntvcd. Ui i rav
in PaintiiiKit und Local Vk'wn always on
mi H. Main St., AHhcvillc.
liar 1H (I
ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1890.
TERMS STRICTLY CASH WITH ORDER
In qiiiintltles not Iru thnn one ton at fuetnry
In iiuuiitltirs not U-sH than one hall ton nt fnctory....
lou pouads, no tickets, lo puumln t-aeli
700 2m " an "
7do " is ' no ' "
1000 ' 10 " 100 " '
40e. per hundred.
Tickets now on sale at the olllee o( the
ONE HUNDRED BARRELS BEST
A New Road lo IIIImh.
II vou are wise nnd wish to Ik-ooiiic
healthy ami wealthy also, vou will use
Roller King or lilcctric Light flour; lie
cause the Asiieviuc Milling lotnpni
Hour is not only thclx'sl hut theeheancst
I'. A liitu K l-n-seo IH-i-.irnt.ir.
i iii kth ;:.
I'oK Kiint r.wyn fe West.
Ari-Tlos K. II. hiivisA; Co.
I'NI TK ll..lt Mrs. M. C. IV I.
'atki I '.oiville l-'ox lliti.tinu I'lult.
Wantki. Alu-villt- l-ox HunlitiL' C'llllt.
Statkxii t Niitiiinnl Hunk ol Alt-t illr.
ll.msr. six rooms, on IK-pot .(rn-t
liW V.V .V WliST.
and D. C. 1 indue. New York; Wm. M.
Johnson, llostou ; (icorge Nccdlium amll
wife, llaltimorc, arc among the arrivals!
at the llattcry Park.
The Ashcville physicians who cxin-ct to I
The convciiliun licgins Tuesday.
Thv sparring match at I lK-rn Hall to-1
night lietween W. S. I.ayton and Hob
Raymond promises to Ik: an interesting
ntfair. Until men an- well up in the
manly art and will sec that time does
not hang heavy with the spectators.
R. II. l.awrcn.-e, of llostou, and II. C.I
Pram is, of Philadelphia, arc at the
Swaiinauou. They have been on a ten I
days' pleasure trip through the moiin-
tains of Mitchell and unccy counties.
under the guidance of llig Tom Wilson.
f the Stale Medical Association at Ox
Mrs. M. M. Allen, (.nxnslM.ro: W.
Aiiilenuiu, Riehinoiid, Vn.; Dr. A. D,
llor.ih, Salisbury ; II. I'rost, New Vork
J. II. Little, Lynn. Mass.; I'. Ilclding nnd I ness,
wile. Cincinnati, and II. I'ost, Dayton. I This morning's session of the Assembly
Ohio, arc among the arrivals at the Glen I wns oucd with prayer by Rev. W. L.
Rm-k. I Lawrciirc. The minutes ot the meetings
Mrs. Rosenburv mid son. from Atlanta, of yesterday were nppnived. The com
(la., have taken for the summer "Spring- mnvt lnll Bl"1 overtures submitted
field," the suburban residence owned by " rHirt. The first overture was one
Alexnn.ler C.nrrctt. Their guests, rein- fn"" t,,c """',wr Presbytery asking
lives from lluffnlo. X. V.. (ire Mr. mid l,"t t,,c constitution be amended so
Mrs. Albert lligelow and Mr. Allen llige ll,nt Mtn an,s deacons lie required to
low wile nnd two children. tnKC "n examination on church doctrines
1 w f.ntl P. 1;. linn, hav ,....,i "ml r"lr l they could be ordained
the stock ofgrm-erics of (, L. McDonald.
No. 1 7 South Main street, and will con
tinue the business at the same stand
under the firm name of Dure llros. Mr.
McDonald will of course continue to live
in Ashcville, but will not lie actively en-
Fined by ine Mayor.
W. R. Hull nnd Jnmes ninnrhurd en
gaged in a light at tlie Ixiwling alley on
West College street yestcrdny afternoon.
nnd were fined $."iench by Mayor Wanton
this morning. W. R. Hall charged with
being drunk, was discharged with a rci-
rimnnd and a warning. George Rogers,
drunk and disorderly, failed to npicnr
and forfeited $5 which he had pledged
for his appearance. Dick Flournov,
whose case was continued was fined $."
nnd $2.50 costs. T. W. Stewart who
was arrested for assaulting Reub Lank-
ford wns fined one penny yestcrdny after
noon and dismissed.
A Market Needed.
ine crying nccuj 01 Asiieviuc, re
marked one of the largest buyers of
country produce this morning, "is a ccn
The committee recommended that this tra,y located mnrkct house for the bene-
overture lie docketed and spread on the fit of producers nnd consumers of vege-
minutes to come up licfore the next As- ""hies. The suburbs of Ashcville could
scmbly. After some discussion the rec- mmlc bcnuttful and valuable if dotted
nnimcndntion wns accepted. An over- over with well kept truck farms. This
tare from the synud of Arkansas asking ttc of things will never occur until the
what was to be considered the official Cltv "" moke arrangements to fncili
gaged in business for a while.
Mrs. Twing. the honorary secretary of crr,.r wns afterwards found how Itw.i H."' A.il no.w ihfy have to haul
the Woman s Auxiliary to the Hoard ol
Missions of the P. V.. Church in the L'ni
ted States, will meet the ladies of the i,,..-.. the official iiroccediims nnd 0 r..r.
I-piscopnl eongrcgntion. and all others .lion couH u. ..,,. ... .uh.nt
I I A .1 19 I -..I I I
WHO desire u, 111 lire nunnny w. 110.11 room 1 (nejtinjj. Adopted.
The report of the committee on narra
tive was read by Dr. Jacobs. It stated
on Saturday afternoon nt five o'clock
Snc will also deliver an address in the
proceedings of a church court and If an I tat the farmers in the snle of their pro-
nuec. as 11 is now incy nave to nam
i.m. ...... 1. t i. t. j r . 1
I , . , . i.ih.i uMRuxiuiiu imnu.i.inui lite
... w,.uu, ... i.onnu.iu me residences, or sell to street hucksters.'
minutes ol the meeting when approved I
The funeral of Col. . A. Brnnner took
place in the parlors of the Ashcville l'e-
malc College yesterday at 6 p. m. The
services were conducted by Rev. W. A
I-piscopal church on Sunday afternoon to .!: n.hvt,riM hltA ...u Nelson, pastor of the First Raptist
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WHICH i..v p. " . . . . , . .
Miss Ccl 111 Ilurke, lute of flrockton, Ion a partial report from the churches
Mass., has leased Mr. McAfee's new brick Not more than 30 tier cent, of the
was assisted by
Prof. 3. N. Barker, president of the col
lege. After the services, which were at
. . I 1 . I .. 1 . f r . .
1 r..ll ,l,i.l. .),. ,iii i. 1.-1..J 1 """ ""S1 numoer 01 rrienos 01
0,nju..ltn.a .Minrding nouse rt- This failure to report was to be regretted. I njverijje Ccmctery. 'The pall bearer.
n. uim of (h rooms krir h mnl nf Tk. ..... nflhlMn. (n.m. fk. I " ... .r . .
1 .... . were Ai i.summey, w. K. iireese, 1. M.
millinery. OntlieiK-cnsionof MissUurke'sl henrd from were however highly satis- Ray. M. B. Carter, Ins. Hut trick and M.
Icnving llrockton she was given a hand- inctory. Many small churches were J- Bearden.
some botiquct of flowers In the presence making no advancement but the general trTtsnv mnraii Th.
of over two hundred friends who had report was good. It was estimated at Halyburton's tent, and all the news
gathered to sny good-bye. In the bou- thnt not more than four fifthsof the pop- stands, 10 cents a copy.
tptct Miss Burke found a handsome pair ulation were professed Christians. On BTsTP1lB A T IT
of diamond enr-rings. hundred years ago the ratio was as on r9ml SALi
I to twentv-five. The Sunday newsnnner At hmi. i. ... s unw . a...... k.
Honpllable Anhevllle. Henouneed. The eontributlnns in twrca a and S o'clock at
1H0 Charlotte Street.
Resliterrd Jcraejr Bull for service, Price
9A.0O, ffvsrnnteeil. mays dtf
To the ,iV,r:rr,,nlJn.nl myc the different churches were spoken of as
IffSr-r AmbWrincmumyh' ,Tbe J??rt do,ted
ana inc cummiiicc uiscnargeu,
Dr. Campbell, from the committee on
foreign correspondence, read a letter pre
pared to be sent to the Reformed church
of America acknowledging the receipt ol
letter from the delegate appointed by
tbs Reformed church to bear greetings to
this Assembly, The Assembly would
laane. to Cuthheft. Go.
I have greatly enjoyed your full, accu
rate and impartial reports of the Assem
bly's work, and am charmed with your
delightfully pleasant citr and the tin
' bounded hospitality of her people. I
cannot soon lorget Ainevuie.
By RTsntlng the above request you
will greatly ohHge yours rtrr truly,
Ashevuk, May 3. . Kobrrt L. Mov.
B. F. P. BRIGHT.
UFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE
DR. BATTLE' OFFICE.
Sfitlinlii v. 'Jfth ltlft.. ut 11 11. in., at l-'itri
cm' wtirt'lKMiiw of furniture, t-ic.
U. II. I'A IS I'll,
New houw, nrwly Inrni-httl, all iihhKtii
itniruvi'tiH-ntf, Uitkv nMiino, ftontl tuWIc.
MRS. M. C. fiOOim,
5.1 College St.
100 FOXES, REDS OR GRAYS
Ity the Imnvilk- I ix f Itmitriu Chili, fir
which we will ny tmv ilolliir k r ins, ricliv
crvl In Roud conilitiMti nt the xirin utHiT,
or any of the Wun 1ium- In hnnville. Vn
A1ilmw I1, a. M)X r:i.
nmyl7 ImnvHIr, Vn
85 WANTED. Sl
100 FOXES, REDS OR GRAYS.
My the Anhevllle Fox Hiintltm Chili, for
whk-h wc will nv frutn I IVII To THNlMll,
LAKH ier yenr, nivorilinu tn nirv. ic mid
condition, dellvcrrd In oucl cuiiihtlitn nt any
if the Tolincvo WunhiMiHcn in tin- eity.
Report of lti CoiKlllloit
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ASHEVILLE,
At Anhrvillv, In the Slim f North Ciin.hnu
at tlie clone 01 iMiMiit Mt, May 17, imm,
Lnnnn and din-
cnuntn SL'MH.iMt.'t ay
nnd unnci'uml l,l7 00
U.K. Hondo to nrciire
dmilntion 4 ikt
cent '.l.tHHI IH
diiHmitn4'irrc.'iit .Vl.tHHi in
rtc I-I.IMHI (M
Ihtc from iiiHirovi'd
mwrve Rintu I.I.OUH OO
Hue from otnrr rsn-
tlunnl Hnnkn a.d73 7.1
inie irnm mine
tinnknnnd iinnki-rn 00
niturr anilhktun-st Uu.tHHt M
and taicn pnid... a,:iL'7 7i
I'rrnniiin un t , n.
bnndn lO.tMM) (HI
miMtii otnrr Hank 9l.MM 1)0
rtirrrncy, nit kcIn
nnd ernln 7d 7ii
MfH-ele t.rmo 1HI
i-WHi tt-ntlrrnotcM.. loutHl OO
with I'. H. Treasu
rer (5 jmt rent, of
Trcan. of the 1'.
1,1 'J.I on
Cnnltiil fltoik tinld
in ,t flHHr,ilFir ill!
HuriiliiNrund 17.1NM1 00
I'mllvidrd iirolltH... 7,'JOH 7fl
notrtuMitntnniliiiif XJ.OMO 00
pnnjeei ioeneiH.,,f lnv.nn
Cent tied C hrt kn,
line to other Na
Due to Htntc hunk
Noted and ttilU re
03,000 (XI 2'Jft.U'J7 tVJ
HTATH (IP NOKTII CANIII.INt,
County of Huni'ftntlte
t. W, II. Prnland. Cn.hlrr of Hie nhnvr
nsmrrf Hnuk do solemnly swesr thnt the
ntiovr stntrtnrnt I. true to the best of my
snuwil-nKr nnu Itrnrl.
w, it. fisnjuADif, knsnicr.
Riih(Tllr(1 nntl .worn to tiefore me this thr
a.lrd tiny of M.y, I mho.
Inifir Mmshicic. Notnrv I'ulillc.
K. R. RAWI.N. I
II. A. UI'Ihisn, llllrnflors
Wm. B. H.hk.s. I
A nlre T-rnom tirlrk eottsur. newlv
niMhed, Tor the next 4 or o months. I
mou Immediately. Apply
J. V. JOHriAN,
nsySdu Offlc. The Aihtvlfk Hhoc Co.
Two fln. velvet carpets, little lined Also
one Invraln carpet, matting., rug., beddlnr.
blaakcts and otber nonMhold m.ttrr. cheati
maySOdSt Vn adder Uoum.
Onc Hundred llarrelt
ONE HUNDRED BARRELS BEST QUALITY
c. i:. aiooiy,
No kc will bv dt-llvcrrd without ciihIi or tU-ki:U.
Aslieville Ice & Coal Company.
Telephone No. 36 and 40. No. 30 Patton Avenue.
JKLLICO COAL AT RETAIL. "
For Urate, - 9s.oo.ll For Stoves, ... ..ko.
J5EST ANTHRACITE COAL '
Pur unlc at Wholcalc and Kctnil by
ASHEVILLE ICE AND COAL. COMPANY,
1 cupnone 3t ana 40.
Bsclnslve Amnts i llnmt-Htlc and Steam) lor Western North Carolina.
I.KWI8 MAUIHiX, Pre. L. P. McLOUU. Vlcc-Prcs. . B. RANKIN, Ca.hler
UiMKCT(ms:-l;cwl Mnrtdus, M.J. Ilenrden. M.J. PaRK, J. B. Rankin. I. R. ).. 1 B bi
b. h. Keu. ueo. a. I'owcll, C. M. McLoud. .
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, -
-Organised May 1st, 1H8S.
CAPITAL, 850,000. SURPLUS.815,000
State, County and City Depotiltory.
Hoc. a lU-nrral llankini Hualnc... Depo.lt. received. BichonRe bon.ht and sold Col
lection, made on nil nrcrihlr points. The Saving Feature will receive stiedal attention
tin nil sums in this department, deposited lor four months or longer, in tercet at the rale
of 4 per cent, per annum will be pnld.
Special attention given to loan, on real estate, which will be placed IforLlong time on real
Open from 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. On Saturdays the Saving Department will be open till p.m.
Ollice No. 30 I'hIIoii Avenue.
Tlil.l'I'IIDM! NO. HI.
Wiirt-lmuMC nt licpot.
V. o. lii.x r,:u.
VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY
ONH OP TUB
In 11n' Sontli,
Service nnd tiililv 1'irMt
Por terms addn-M
II. J. GREEN WELL, Proprietor.
Only 8 Milct. from Al.vllle on the A. & H. Railroad and
The Kmiltnt nuinlwr and rnrkty of mineral sirinjzn to Ik- found in the South.
48 Springs on Lchh Than 40 Acrets.
ChiilyUnte. Irn, milphur, einm. alum, nnd mnnrln. Severn) very fine eomhinntluntv.
Ity virtue if Authority vested in .U-nevlevi'
U. Cunaiit hy u certain dm) in trustrxituliil
tv T. I. Vnnttililrr ar.d w ilt. U. A. Vani'.iliUr.
luted the J4th day if June, A. IK IMM7, und
iTuitftcred in the Kcuisiter'iitiuieciir ItuneomlK-
ctiunty in Hook H, nrt'fi?; nnd by virtue
ni uiiiliunty vt-ateii in . . ifarnarti bv n
tvrtiiin tlet-il from nid T. I. Vniuiildtrnnd hi
until wife dated Oct. 1. 1MK7, nnd reKiteml
in trnid Ki'KiHtct'a odii-c in Itutdt (1(1, uiki-4hh,
tnuttniT witn a tii-cinriitiim tmut ol tin
Miid VY. V. Htirnnrd declnred therein dntcd
octolKT -7, h77, und rvumtrrrd insnidolhit
in Honk 1 1 til tnoriuiiiieti nnU tHt-tU in trust
ut pne ; utul hy nccrtiiinuthiTdiYdrrout
the mud T. I. Vaiu.ildtr ml bin aid wife to
tn id YY. W. Itarnard dutcd OetoiMT
l Nf7. ami rfuiHti-reii in mini utlice in Hook
(, pnue Ao:t, together with a ileelnratinn ol
lnti in a tic theri-tin ty I liv mi id V. A'. Itarn-
nnl dnltd tht- 14th dnv ut OctoU'r. A. 1
17. and n tfintcrtd in said uttux- in Hook 1 1
il tttiriinui- nud dcvdn of trunt, itawc 4(17,
ami liv virtue ni autiiority vrturU in J. A
Ciinaiil hy a d rutin dred in trtmtexccuted hy
(lit-iiid 1 . 1. VaiH.iltlcr and hm vnid witc.
iiatiu tin mvonii luiy
and rcKiKtercd in mi id oilier
ifaifct anil icciiti in truM
well an liv virtue ul any nmnoi-Hy he may
nave nv rvnon oi tne lu-vti in truntnrataiiovt
iiit-utiuned, uhcanid T. 1. Vnntiilder and wifi
havinu tailed to nay the monim ecured hy
each and every ol Miid di-eiU In trut and
Irnl mul ilcclaraltoiiti of trust thereon tie-
.-irihiiu to their nrvrrul provinltmn. and th
Ham triiHtce navinic nureeu umouie iuem
Mlvett us to the iiiiorities ol the variou
Ic Mi Ht-eured nnd un to the uroiKT divition
tf the nromalB of the safe of the
laadH hcrviual'ter dvncritn il ' the said Gene
vieve K. Lonaut and the nuid w . W. Hnrnnrd
nml the mi id I. A. Connnt. tmsteea in auid
ileedn in trust and deed nnd dceluriitioim of
trust thereon, will sell nt puldiv auction lor
nun ut tne court nouwe uoor in tne city oi
AMicviiie ut l -' o chh-h m. on tne iiiat u ty oi
Mav. A. t. 11)0. a certain niece or t mi reel ol
land in the city of Aiheville, county f Hun.
couihe und Stale of North Carolina, on the
Mouth ldc u College street, nnd on the went
unlc ot I uvidNon street, miiuaitiit the eleiiiinl
hruk rt'MidetUY now- oeeuiacd hy aaid r. I.
VantiiUler. und the t allien and severul adin
i-eni lottt naik oi it. outuicit lis toiiowa: tin
the north hy College street, on the east hy
1'iividsoti street, un the aouth hy ltiKk street
unit on tne went uv tne jail lot nnu tne a. i ,
Iltieidsi.in Int. mtiA' I'ni'k'a At ihr sim ms (litio
and ilii-the Mill W. W. Hnrnnnl will Kll at I F.lf(bt .lfllc'N SoUltl Of AmIICVIIIC, Oil the A.
holil mid kitchen furniture under the author. I
ilv ol the dt-nl from .itld Vuiit.ilder and wile I
to Itiinmril llmt and ubove mentioned and
the ilrclarutit.n cf tru.t made thereon a. I
iM.irc.niil March -J'J. 1HW.
l.UNUVIIiVU K.CtlNANT, Tru.tCC.
J. A. CONANT, Trustee.
W. W. UAMNAKl), Trustee.
WALK PKOM TIIU
Cum the door every to
or $i Per Day.
Sao to Sjo Per Month,
nnrnntTTi. imiimuninm. ric. . rnn im- niiii nv wni nu in ns i sv nt-r nr isotfow w
Interested is invited to eume and try the water. Onat IniprovemenU will Ik made nest
Trnins leave AnhevtHe nt tMi.t a. m. and return nt T . m. fare 35 eents.
rui luiintc iiiiuiidiuiimi write w
OTIS A. MILLER,
Skylaud P. O., N. C.
HOTEL I ARMOND-HOTEL BONNYGREST
SKYLAND MINERAL, SPRINGS, N. C.
Yearly or for m Term or Year
A Inrirr and ehnrmlnu nlnee In the count rv I
aiioiit ti mi its irom amicviiic, v mik-s irom I
nil I road station und in ngioil neiKhhorhoutl. I
THE MAIN BUILDING
U a flue tone house with larire roomn. nm
lite vernnilim, front and hack stsirvuacs and
The estate eotmiiitii or 4uj nerm. a emld-
rrnhlr iHirtlon hrinsr still In the oods.
The house In pleasantly situated, with tine
Mhnile, iihunilnnt water, cte
Good farm hulldlnK" tahllnn for a num
tter of ho rues, room for IO head of en t tie,
There la aUn a nice and convenient frame
house consisting of 11 rooms and hit semen t.
Rental or tne main rc nencv sihmi ner nn.
num: If rnrm ineiuden. suoo tier annum, or
rental or iramc nouse nnu farm sriiiu kt
ArrnnKemrnm count proiintily Ik tnnde
itK i i ' k v. 1 1 a ( it ti ueNireii.
l'or further pfirtleulnm apply to
NATT ATKINSON K HitNH,
Men) I'.ntate liealrm, Aaheville, N. C-mnvUUdtf
New hoteln, new cotlauen, new furniture, beautiful ktiim, neat tennis and croourt law n.
48 MTNERAL SPRINGS.
White Hulihur, Alum, MnKncln. Iron and mom. ThoK neeklnit hinlth anil iilra'ure anil
wln-t MH-iety will not full to vi.it this plciisnnt resort and drink of lu hcaliun waters.
E. A. LeVENE,
Anhevllle, N. C.
Near Passenger Depot.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Manufacturers and Dealer. In all kinds of banned
Ooor, Hanh, Blinds, Mouldings, Stalrwork, Mantels, Bank
and Bar Fixtures, and all kinds of Building Material.
Hard Wood Lumber Work a Soeclaltv.
nor I -till r Telephone No. s6.
FITZ PATRICK BROTHERS.
P. A C17MMINUS,
Aitorne.t.i.aw Notary Public, naie,.,,!,, Wa) paper, Window Shades and Patent Hangers,
Kll.ll I.UIIAI, III.IK.K, I
Window UIom, butk
Ull Iota In Chunn's Cove, lu.t out.lde the
l.inn ni-rr. inno in Ainm.on county, near i
nnu acre. Iiitid three mile, north of Hrndrr-
Minvllle . in B K. K. run. throuKh the
innii. i'o.ionice ano acuot near uy.
atorc houw. No. Patton avenue. Pos-
K-iwiiin uivcn June 1, ihuo.
Paints, Oils and V.rnl.he..
Masnry's Mimed Paints aad Colors,
Preach and American
We keep In stock nt. Louis and Kentucky Lead.
AMILY GROCERIES ANO PROVISIONS
Agent for Krems Creek Woolen Mills.
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
si7 Haywood Street.
All WATICR THOROl'VHLV FILTKRKD on the Prctulscs.
Twenty-five jrenrs of practical esprrlcnce, combined with rassoNtL attention to all dc.
Ulls of the Dullness and perfect rranuemrnU for CLSANLINSSS aud rtisitr of all good.
Alh.vllle, N. C. I manuraetured, enalile th proprietor to present to his numerous patrons superior ilaM ol
BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, BLACK8MITHING. VIS. Cs
Dinner Ate and all thr various flavors of ftODA WATBR ready for klpment and delivered
free In City limits. Out of town ortlersTmutt have RStponsiaLI rderencs.
C H. CAMPBELL
To the eltlienn of Anhevllle nnd vlHnltv I
woui'l announee tnat at mv shoos nnlollrirr
ntreet, nest tn Woodhury'i stamen, I am het
ter prepnren innn ever tn no worn in my line.
w ii uon , loiituifp ana earn but manuiaet
isand horsrshrlnK are aftc
nret aatliifnetlon ffuarniiteed.
My workmen sre riperirneed and iklllfulsnd
rlnltles, and fieri
mv ehnrsres are mmUrtita.
nOVV.I n If, HI KNKTTft
And Bwccdish MoTcnienls.
Also Instruction In Physical Cnlturt for S WINE .. AND
ladles and children In elasaea or private, hy
Ml.s Mnhle, or New Vork, at MIHHION HOS
PITAL. U-10 a. m. 14 p.m. Calls or In
quiries by mail sniwered promptly.
.. LIQUOR .'. STORE
IN THB STATE.
FINB SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.
. I SIA I. S Si list soiimn.. m tk.
3. . makqvakdt, M'.'r. HU. 40 9. RAM ASHtV LLL R. C
. v v.;i