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MONDAY, AI'KIL 7, IX'.Mi,
ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 7, 1800.
SERVICES AT THE PLACES
REV. M'NEELY DUBOSE'S
Real Batata Tranter.
VY. Pinckney Mason and wife
to 8. A. Lee, lot on Liberty
tt.... :. $1,350.00
u. r. rcmana and wile tojas.
Livennore, 1 acre on Reeois'
THE UAII.V citizkn
'"T""llPn?,l"! I'lucca ill Aslu-v illc:
HATTBKY 1'AKK NliWS STAND.
ItLH.N RUCK NliWS STASH.
Mount cliSAK STORIi, I'ntlon Ave.
J. CAKSU.VS NliWS STOKIS, North Conrl
S I ml re
PERTINENT AND PERSONAL.
MtwM About AhIii-vIIIIhiih and ol
HtraiitcvrH Within Our unlva,
II. A. Luchicotte.of York, I'ii.,is at tin
Kev. M. J. McSwyg.-ni, of New York
city, is t the Swummmui.
II. C. Tliurlicr, of M;irciictu-, Mich., W
registered at the Swaiiimnua.
k. .M. l-tirman kit tins morning lor a
lew days irij to Wayucsvillc.
C. S. Co.t ami J. II, Cox, of Tryoti City,
are registered at tlie C.lcn Kock.
.las. Oucrlmckcr. of Iiinninghani, Ala.,
is registered at tlie Swaimonoa.
Mr. U E. Eiignn left tliis morning fura
short trip to Spartanburg mid Charlotte
Mr. amcs Ray. who has been here foi
alew days, returned to WolVord Collcgt
Mr. W.J. Ilraiicli, who has been si tend
ing the v inter in Florida, returned to
the city this morning.
Charlotte Ledlieitcr, colored, aged T:i
years, died at her home on Sycamore
street yesterday morning.
Hon. T. I). Johnston returned last night
from Spartanburg, S. C. and left foi
Waynesviile this morning.
The dct-.-gutc to the deputation coiitcr
enee of the college Y. M. C. A. have re
turned to their reeetive colleges.
Mr. and Mrs. F.W. Hartlett, who linvi
SK-nt a part ol the winter here, lelt tliii
morning for their home, New Richmond
Walter II. McDamcIs, Mrs. Ncsmiili
and Miss Xcsniith represent the State ol
Massachusetts at the Swaunanoa. Tln
Mr. I. C. Itaird, who kit Ashcrille
some time ago to live iu the Slate 01
Washing has returned to this place
to live. He says there is no place like
Tlie guests at the llattery I'nik were
very agreeably surprised vestcrdav at
dinner tii And at each plate an exquisite
bouquet, placed there by tlie management
of the hotel. Another and still Itctter
surprise was a dish of line fresh Florida
strawUrrics, the lirst of the season, for
At the Y oung Men's Christian Associa
tion to-morrow night a lecture will Ik
given 01 hir Young Men," by Mr. Ii. L.
ilughcs, supcriulenilciit of schools, Kcids
ville. This lecture will lje given in con
ntction with the regular monthly meet
ing ol the association. All men are in
vited to attend.
Mr. J. C. Pancy, editor of the "Star u!
Zion," of Salisbury, X. C, will sjtvnk on
the race question ami his solution of it at
the A. M. Ii. Ziou church on College
street, Wednesday evening, April titu.
This lecture will be of sH-cial interest be
ing delivered by one of the foremost col
ored men of the State.
It la'ara Able Effort Beautiful and
Impressive Mualc at Trlultv.
Several circumstnnces combined to
make the services at Trinity yesterday of
more than usual interest, it was Easter
Sunday and the day broke as clear and
bright as one could wish. The services
were in celebration of that dav ; a choir
of twenty -one voices sang music esiecially
prepared for the occasion, and Rev. Mc.
Xeely DuHose, the new rector, preached
Ins hrst sermon, A half hour liefore the
ipening the chinch was crowded, chairs
had been placed in the main aisle, and a
number stood at the side and in the rear
ol the building.
The sermon which the Rev. Mr. Du
Uose chose for his lirst in Asheville was
on the beautiful theme of Easter. His
text was taken from the 118 psalm, 1!
verse: "This is the day which the Lord
tins Made. We will rejoice and be glnd
"What is the exact day to which the
psalmist refers," he began, "it is hard to
say with certainty. It may have liecn
the foundation of the new temple alter
tlie return linin Habylon. It may have
liecn the day when the tcmiile finished
was dedicated to the service of Almighty
i'.od. 1 'crimps it may have Urn the
least of the tabernacles. In iinvcascit
ivas a great national occasion a lestival
if the hrst importance, ami coming
down to our Lord's time we find the
whole of the psalm applied to the Mes
siah by Jewish interpreters. He was a
stone refused of the builders ol Israel
who was made afterwards the head ol
shows to us that though we must still
pass through the grave and the gate of
death, yet if we are baptized into Christ's
death we shall pass.to ourjoyful resurrec
tion for His merits, who died and was
buried and rose again for us. I
Alter tne sermon was celebrated the A. Keagan to W. S. Cook, 1
sacrament of the holy communion and f Keenis' Creek town
nearly 300 people participated. iTlrrvr:
l lie cholr at the church yesterday in- Carroll, lot on Depot street,
eluded the best of the local talent and the R T. Tow and wife to S. II.
music was a most pleasant feature of the Bagwell 33 acres in Hender-
services. The program as rendered in
cluded: Processional Hymn 99.
Anthem, Christ our Passover.. Humphrev.
Te Deum in F fours.
Jubilate in F Tours
Anthem, They Have Taken Awav
My Lord Stainm.
tilona Ttbi Tours.
Hymn No. 107.
Ollertorv fJlorin P.,,,..-
Sursum Cordn and Sanctus Tours.
iiymn, Hrend ut the World Hodges.
l.lorm in b'xcelsis Tours.
son and Buncombe counties,
K. K. Alexander tn M R. Put.
ton, lot on Valley street, 400.00
Tbos, L. Weaver and wife to
W. Mailer. 7 arm. ,.,
French Broad township
T. . Patton and wife to F.
Austin, lot on Sycamore
K. Reiban to P. M. lnoes
on Bear creek road
- DURING THB -
Setting AccuKtoiued to Them.
The electric street cars do not appear
to bother many of the horses about here
as much as they once did, although some
Mr. Peacock officiated attheorgan and of the animals still tind it necessarv to irn
the choir was composed of: Sopranos, through a mild acrobatic performance
.urs. cnaries Moore, Mrs. Taylor Amiss, wnencver a swiftly moving car comes
.Miss Huhhard, Miss Kneriuger, Miss hing toward them on a narnfw street
Mary Buxton, Miss Myers and Miss I a good grip on the reins, the judicious
wmusou; contraltos, Mrs. Reuben " ot a whip merely to take the fiery
Rawls, Mrs. Waildell, Mrs. J. G. Martin, steed's miud away from thoughts of the
Miss Hllen Penninian, Mrs. Herbert Price, appronchino bit? box nnd n l ......
Miss Buxton: undisturbed by dvsoeotic thrill. iii
Miss Harrington and
tenors, Messrs. Ilissell and Will and
t'leorgc Collins; bassos, Messrs. T. A.
loncs, Mcllee, Ilorton and Herbert Price.
AT OTIIKR Clll KCIIKS.
At the First Baptist church yesterday
Rev. P. II. Nelson preached to an im
mense congregation, and administered
the sacrament to about 400. His text
was "Arise, Let us no Hence:" lohn
..... . .
usually prove to be a combination that
compels the nervous beast to business and
forget that there's a car inthe same town
For an Illustrated Article.
Rev. W. S. P. Bryan received n letter
from the editor of theChristian Observer,
of Louisville, on Saturdav nsL.W f.
At night also the church was Photographs of Asheville and vicinitv
tilled and there were six confessions of The-V wi" ' uwd n n illustrated article
.onversion. ion Asheville which will appear in that
The b'astcr decorations at the Central I Pnlr before 'he meeting of the General
Methodist church were simply sutierb. A8scm,ll.v the Presbyterian church in
MONTH OF MARCH
113-piccc Dinner Seta, new rtecorationa,
06-piecc Tea Seta, $3 (to.
to-piece Toilet Seta. $3 8(1 and .7a.
Drown Bramble Dinner Ware at two-thirds
price. Por Instance: an $1H Dinner 8t for
-FINE TOILET SETS AT COST
TO CL08B Ol'T.
All Silver Plated Hollow Wate at
25 Per Cent Discount.
I will duplicate al! bills of Northern Houaea
for Crockery, Olaaa and Cutlery.
J. H. LAW,
1 AT RETAIL, i '
For Grate. .... 500
For Stoves. .... 4.50
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
For aule at Wholeaule and Retail by -
ASHEVILLE COAL COMPANY,
Hacliialve Agent. (Domestic and Steam) for Weatern North Carolina.
H. T. COLLINS, President.
Pure Ice nmde from Distilled Water
E. E.EAGAN, Secretary
Office: No. 30
JUST ON THE THRESHOLD"
OF A UIC BOOM, STANDS THE CITY OF ABHEVILLK.
Now is the Time to Buy Real Estate.
57 59 & 61 S. Main SI.
ASHKVII.LB, N. C.
thecorucr. To lutii w.-i triet-n ilu. iv.,l. I ti,.. :..;.!.. ..r .1... -1 1 . . I fnv Tt.nn.u..i . . .
- 1 " wir viinncci ano tne pulpit " um io.uuu circulation
come 'blessed is he that comcth in the were literally banked up with pot flow- nn(1 t,le vnllle ' the article as an adver
name of the Lord.' To Him was ad- crs and evergreens of all descriptions. '''" medium mav be imagined. The
toe Moauas on paim Minuav mc singing was magnific-ent. espcciallv l,notKraphs will be sent
V uii ji n iii iiiuuuiaie ami tne cuiiiircn
ill the temple."
1 he question is. what dav did lie I t.i v...l t, ii ,,,.,.. irarditnr AshrvilU
It was not His birth- laige congregation and the gallery was
1... .1 e ,, .. . . ... 1 .
cnlled into requisition. The service con-1 . . iaets Nollcei,
sisteil of singing, Scripture reading ap
propriate to the day and the administra
tion ui 1 11c aoiv sacrament, lletwivn I oest nu i ishera .'..i .r..
the anthem and the offcrtorv. Kverv Tl,' the first time such a nronosition
IK-w in the spacious auditorium was I m" ,rn mi,(lc Dy "religious paer re-
trivoil ti !b I Lfnrriiriir Aslii.v.11
A IhIIi at the Hiillery,
Miss Jane Malhtt died at the llattery
Park hotel this morning. Miss Mallitt
came here nbout ten days ago, very low
with consumption, and has lieeu gradu
ally sinking until her death. She was l'j
ycurs old. Her brother and some friends
were with her at the time of her death.
and the body will lie taken to her home
in St. Louis this afternoon.
Home for Indigent Iioum.
There ought to lie a "Home for Aged
and Indigent Dogs" established in every
considerable town and city in this coun
try. Some of the generous coplc who
arc flunking ol mnkiug cash gifts for
charitable purposes ought to bear this in
inaKc llis own
day; 11 was not the duv of His ascen
sion; it was nut the day of His transfig
uration, and not even the day of his cru
cifixion. The day of days was his res
urrectiou. This was the feelii.g of the
can.v 1 nristinns. It was their greatest
lay and the greatest dav for us. It was
indeed the day the Lord had made above
ill other days a day of victory and re
ioicing the queen of Christian festivals.
It was the day of the resurrection, and
that day gives us our only chauct
of life U-youd the grave.
livery man must ask himself, whence
do 1 come, why am I here and where
shall I go after death ? Christ unswered
these questions in his life. He told us 01
the origin, work and destiny of man.
We came from Cod, we are to serve I'.od,
Hid we are to return to I'.od.
Why had He the authority to preuch
this? What is to prove it to us? It
was because he wus crucified, died and
was buried and after three dav rose
'gain, He had said this. He had given
it to the Jews as a sign of His divine
mission. That was the whole theme ol
the apostles' preaching and almost the
a hole of their creed. It was the reason
f their Uiug what lliev were, and the
explanation of the wonderful power with
which they worked.
Without the resurrection Christianity
3 i i.imuc uiio a laiseuooii. iiy His ris
ing is proved all He claimed for himself.
The joy of Haster is the joy of resurrec
tion. It is the reaction after anxiety anil
norrow. With death everything a
,'iveu up. The apostles could not under
stand how the Lord could die. and onlv
one had faith to see Him die. And w hcii
the remainder saw Him alter the resur
rection their t.y was great. Their joy
was proportionate to their sorrow. S'i
it is with us, having gone through Lent.
" 1 nu.iy nun i-.aster i-.ve, as it were
through the grave and the gate of death
with Him. we can rise mid rejoice on the
KaHter Bookleta and uirt.
A complete line of Easter Booklets from
best publishers Easter .riff. ; .
four and five hundred persons communed. v.nrill' in rare China and Silver noxl-
iira. n invoice ot choc
Nine iiersons connected themselves with
the church, five by profession of faith
and four by letter. Kev. G. C. Rankin,
the pastor, was aided in the service bv
Kev. W. M. Kerr, of this city; Rev. Dr.
Woolrmg, ol Pennsylvania, and Rev. Dr.
I L, . I
viiiim, my own irauortation.just received
J. H. Law,
C7. G9 and 61 S. Main St.
The Mountain Park Hotel, He
HprlnitH, M. C,
I. fi.,..i : .
frowHll .m.;.i f ...... .. .""' T".' particular, wit
. .!""" miy vuuege ui mc nest tauie in the South. Pure and
i, ,mi m nu mc t-entral I water ana peiiect snnitnrv ar-
church newr n . . .i.i i... rr-ngemeiits.
... ... ....u ,,,,,,1 if. u..ti..J.V J.UIHI -.. . . . .
ter service than the one vesterdnv. J. 'i.??? Is nH,fuI'. 'nte much
The or...... ii..u r,...' L"""Lr.. :"' " le, there, being no
---. viiiiicu wiia I ..man noma anu no oust toirritnte weak
luacu to its utmost capacity to seat the I ana lungs,
great crowd that attended worship Jhc j!"ln, '1 m""ble pools are the fin
. on ma, ,,. ,irc art l,lKh I Ilut the, are uonnd to o higher., a. pa.t e.perieno
Aahevllle I. the beat known, the moat beautiful, the moat healthful and the moat p,.rr.
Ire city I. tbl. State. You cannot Inve.t yonr capital to better advanta than right here
In thla Karden apot of the mountains.
uRmn,ehI.T..r1!ln..neltJrlot.and.uburbanproP,rtle.ean be had b, eal.ln, at onr
JENKS & JENKS.
Real - Estate - and - IniH
CLOTHING. Room 9 & to, McAfee Block, ag Patton At.. Asheville. N. c.
.iiwin maudux, Pre. L. P. McLOl'D, Vic-Pre.
NO IIUMJ3UG !
HATS ANO GENTS'
HOI'NI) TO UK 80LII IN Trill
Next Sixty Days I
I. B. RANKIN. Chw
rtlMCToaai-UwUMaddna, M.J. Bearden. M. I. Pae.. I. R B.-ki- f o .
Powell. C. M. McLoud. " "-
A. H. Herd. Geo. 8.
mere yesteruay. i tie baster services
were conducted by Fnther White and
were verv impressive. The altar was
tastily decorated with cut flowers and
looked verv neat. The choir, although
tne music was rather new to them, did
their part well.
Rev. S. X. Itaiker,
Asheville lenialc College, preached at
the French Broad Haptist church yester
day morning, Dr. J. L. Carroll being out
I" town. The church was tilled and the
sermon was verv able. The subject was
the "Character of Thomas," and the tent
was John 20:1!
" ana ine inermnl waters
...v .... ..i.rcciica specinc lor rheumatism
"".."ciimca. nervous exhaustion and
all diseases of skin and blood,
hxcellent physicians reside at the ho
i rp is leave Asheville for Hot Springs
... ..w.. ... -r o ann 7 p. m.
1 1 i ... .
president of tin- v" hotc'. 4.50.
A,lv- W. C. IIOOLITTI.K.
...n. oros., architects, having o.K-ne.l
an office in Asheville lor the practice of
...... ,.....!.., wuuni cm lm. attcn.
tion ol parties alw.ut to build to the fact
inat tney have had a varied experience
The congregation ol the Preshvteriiin ln
custcrn citini ntvl abroad nnd urr tire-
cnurvii ior mr niHt tunc liiiux-tlu-rriwi rs 1. i In . l. mu nwiikrn
... IIII MinUB Ol lilll blino.n. .1 1.
-- 'Hllllllieaun I iir I M'm
mil most approved scientific princiolcs
....K .,. i coucairii in the iirac
tical coiistruciion of buildings mid alter
wards having a thorough professional
training in the artistic and scientific
hrnnches they can confidently place
lliemselves before the .,,,1,1,..
..r... i o .. "-...ev.ii.nia
... ... ,u , II
.. . ...... I"., amu. Ol
n the church building were begun, was unit mint n.mrc,l
i.tvcii to hvk some oilier place of wor
ship yesterday morning. Colonel Steele,
of the llattery Park hotel, very gener
ously tendered the use of the music hallol
the hotel. In itself it is a bcnulifulroom.
commanding magnificent views hothcust
and west and affording space for tlie
seating ol a large throng
Organised May tat. 1Shh.
CAPITAL, 850,000. SURPLUS, 815,000
State, Countynd;city .'Depository.
Coe. a tleneral Uanlita, B.ln.M. Dep0.t. reeHred. Bchu bonht and Mid. Col
"d'0" The Saving Feature w.l, rHv. .pedal .ttUon. "
CIo.e Out the Retail Bu.lneM. Uf4 per w,'wmomt'"tUmvT' u,ut, -
Special attention siren to loan, on real estate, which will be placed for lone Mm. oa raal
on&ulf terra n.
Open Iron. 9 a. m. to a p. m. On Saturday, the Savin, Department will beopeatill a p.m.
All thia Stock of Oooda will beaol.lat
No. 10 Patton Ave.
mar 1.1 dim
I irom Aahevllle on the A. & . n.iirA.rf
J. N. MOHCAN & CO..
No. 3 Barnard Building;.
The areuteat nnmlw and vorietj, of mineral aprin. to Ix found in the South.
4 !princ:s on Less Than
S.l'.'r."''":' flPhnr. epaom. alum, and m.Kne.la. Xever.l . ,Jl
i.i- ,fc. . .. v.."":- " "-".
nrilOni aiKl VO IWrP Tli ;Z1. 7X "JJT! "OiKe.tlon. liver and kl.lnrv trou
Book, a full line. IVh, His-
rorv. K011iailt'r. Itioirmnhv - - -".
Ti'i vidnnd vv. " I'.! o jo rer month,
Lie. ehronie d wn.pv m.l.j..'
developed ia the irrrateat l.L, .S
tKea near the Springs l.ota areaold
Board can b had at
or Si Per Dav.
lilOIPM, . . IJlhl'H nntl Tpt. 'n"" Invited to come and tr. ite wit'ViJLPJn. J'
nnientH, Oxford TeacherH'
IfiblPN. .Sonir linnk nf nil
kinils, laifHtcM-k Stjitionerv,
Blank Uooket nnd OHW
School SupiilicH. New Iiiip
liiulicH' and (icntw' I
hooks iuHt oncncil. I lllll'V
(iootlrt 1111(1 Dolls).
rrat improrentent. will be made neat
lfu'r:r;'inrr,Lv;re .o nturn 7
OTIS A. MILLER,
Skyland P. O., N. C.
frlil 1 (Mm
,,.yuv'.1,.," ! " an of '""N "eeuted tn me
Ithejlht (Ihv nf Amu.. ikMi i.u . .
irt.mniond and IM..eM i -s'll
uV.i.. Ii . . " l".v.eni ui I Hr .um ol
Iwent Hundred nn.l K....... u .... ....'
anil Thlrlr-Thn-e t enia, iH-ui'liiglntereat at H
!:r.rni "J'm ?"in,n'. win "ter for ail"
- .... ...Mu.n. Miuurr.or cnan, at the court
louae door In th nr ... in-
HMhdavof M.. IM90. a eerl..in'nlM
llll Bros, will lie llrn, Ht. .... narwl nf land. .Iu..r A vii.. .'Jl
Oneintenilingtobuilli.nl theie A. ll,v. ?f Aahevllle, partieularlr "eaerilml la
correspond with them, nn.l ... .f. ..... nTr.a' I'l:"!!'"' ' Kegi.ter',
ONI! Ol' THK
IN THB SOt'TII.
utreet t'ara paaa the
lioor erery ta
h."?w a - -v- ?i
WALK FROM COURTtO.
I. ; ....... i . . I .L. j "" lu i"iow in nooa a .nil on p ge 16
.u. ...... .1 in inunv inure tlie r"'"" ieniieein-es ol work done I .. KUMfMi U. NOKVKM.
size of Asheville n conRreirntion, turned f'1'. rt b-v thcm ctmsult nliout
out of their reBulnr plnee of worshin. " ""!' "". . . Jn
. . I 1 1 1.1.11 lKlli. ,1 ri'llltabt.. "
eoum nnd so convenient nnd comlorlnble Asheville. N. C. n.l kno.vill.. t-T.- "n"' erehMrlrn to the relative, and
1hrcntta.de S ftwt. from k. t..i.... ..."
church to Wlllnw wt( ,nd untr thVbJ.
Un mrr removed within 20 dnvi the work will j
V . H. 1 Ml IV
urB n3t Supt. of Street..
Por term, addreaa
a..l.tii..i. Il il ...i...i. ... .... . rir,.i.. Il.j "lend, of the dr.
Theiov ..f V.:,t..r i. .!,- ...:....:. .. . . : -"' j " ".V r.u. lloi 054. tery that thun-h
a' ii" t nililll I IM1!! linn flm Hnll na....l.. r.. ... . I uwuu.i
j9ler l,rinKa. l-eennse it t. before ua atrenms of worshir. brn trrive.
lie eertnin, v ..,.,1 eon.jiletenea. of the lile lv 1 1 .30 the room w filled with en
liter dentil, t hriafs hie wus a pnttern urettution m...l, .... I , ....
W. . , I- wait. Mt llllft UI IIIC
hen He roue it wns n certnintv reirulnr w..r.h..r. ol .1.. -u i. j a
. ... . -l " i-.w ... nna lor
" voi.i.iuoii linn We II lie rest W th llrnni..r. n. .... .1
i ...v .... vnuprn
serve nnd oliev him.
Iminort.-ility is n neicitv totlieliiiinnn
mind. The p.iKiin philnaopliem urKued
for the miinoruility of the soul hut notol
the lmdy. It wus left for Christ to trued
the perfeet immortality of body and soul,
lie ciime, proclnimed nnd tnnnht it. died
nnd rose, in contradiction to the ImHKiii
ution nnd sense which would snv thai
nil ends nt the Krave. Then the diseiplca ,
...(,. ... ...a ociici in ine rrsitrreetion
v .m,..., wua, ai my anvs, so
slwill thy strentith lie." Deuteronomy 33
to. The evening service was held in the
V. M. C. A. hnll.
RESOLUTIONS OF SORROW
Por the Death of the Ijsic m rai.
m,Tti"K "f .the board of manners
..i.naion iifiamini. nei.i nn K...,.in..
I i.- r...i..'.:.."
...s ..iiiuwiiik rraoiution. arm
niinu. a uoji wiiosc only useluluess on
earth is to ulford u trumps' loduiuiMmtiar I " " precious to us as it was to the anon, pnaned.
for small enrnivorn otiKht to be removed t,c tn,'mlves, for year by year, month leth having made Its first break in
from the public aiixe. y month death claims from our house- "r rnn,"1i, wi,h profound seniw ol
A a.,.....,. CO..C.H. ""J,1" M WVtnnd."y
Tlie entertainment nt the Battery Turk - . """J1 "ins we upon rrcorn tne loiiowtng:
hotel Saturday niKht for the benefit ol .'" '" l'nerntion cnn hopt or bcIil in t u V 7,"',vrd-Thnit injdeathof Mrs.
Cntwlivf (ormcrly wrote over the irnte wwc coun1"c,f'"ilhfiil trrvicei.and gtntW
of the cemetery "The, hav JE. b
Christian faith now writes. "I am the While lechn(r that the loMtotheHoS
resurrection nnd the life, suith the Lord. ' wcll"'Kh irreparable, we nrav that the
He that bclievcth in me. thoueh In were If . T"L ' "V w" "rnvelv went
led, yet shall he live, and whosoever d ned h LT'l
the colored industrial aclmol was well
attended, and the performance was
highly creditable to those taking part.
The musical program was exquisitely
rendered, and a pleasant feature was the
cornet solo "The Lost Chord," by Mr.
I-'red. I'hienix, of the hotel orchestra.
Mr. I'lia-nix received a henrtyencorc.
rtam Playing Cam.
, ffZSSW 2tamW ' coin
to John Sehnstinn, lien. Ticket nnd Pass.
Agent Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific
Kailwav, for a nmk t th. i..
smootliest and slickest plnyingcardsthat
r Cv" ni"' "I'I'W "long
.... ....... w. .. ueviiier to aevcn-(
Cnainn n.,.,.1, IJ....I .... .
-.--". .u...r-, niii.t or any
lllhwi.npi.Hl ... I . J
"r - gnnie, nnd tret
. ,. c iimes over.
n u anon Miara ', h n n ......
r.T i L. H' n in"inimeni may he aeen
ate. Palk'a tnualc atorc. North Main atrml
Janafldt Adm'rof Bdwart Weddi..
poll MHNT. "
The .tor H. 1 fl nM..Aa .
Poueaaloa siren May t. Apply to
- BAILBV STKBKT.
- . . Jd3w Or at store.
GREENWELL & IIARGAX. PHOP11S
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
7 nmooa street.
All WATP.R THOROUGHLY FILTERED on th Preml....
Twenty.Sve yean of practical experience, combined with mral
tails of the hnalnea. and perfect arraniremrou for
manuf.ctoreil, enable the proprietor to prrarnt to hia
attention to nil d.
cl.anlinhh and pvairv of all (ood.
numerou. patron, a raiirrior eiaaa of
On Dollar Reward.
VVa nAVe fKXi fini f . .. . .
one who will show ... . ...
Will I L'D L'lei ... f. V". I ' r-roon
VI Tivu r .h'1-1 K,t LIGHT eonnreii,.,, WMrr , kiirhr7 Al.o,rradv
rl.tlUK from our tn n.... ... .... be I at Aori . n. 7. i. " " ' .IT'V'J
Milling ComM1y '. K,o;,r 'A,'"" ntU, HotuTJZ:
sure of getting the IIKST.
faint Paint I
mar si air
ii .. "woest. (Jut wears
I " , ; "--"nomica I. I n , - .'..?, iTJ'E" " PX c"m"y """"
Secard ree uuurnll- ani. and wj,.",.. e-o f V a pSVE.
1 i?.Ln'rC!: . nd.falreom,i..t naldinr fhJ 2
livethnnd Mieveth in me shall never J10? .'" n imenlive to more faithl
The Children'.) Celrbratlon,
The children of Trinity Etiiscoiuil
die." To unbelief the dead nre tlw n..n. fulness in the dischnrse of our dutk. ..i
ones of beings who have censed to be. comfort our own ease and
To the livino f h H.,.1.1 . m .l. i .i.. I .. . M. .
Sunday school had their Easter cclebVa- workin nnd mv 17 ZZi'? l.u-?
tion ve.trr.lnv uf..,n l .1.. " . . . ' .. .' " ' " . i I r.. " .L V"" 'l'nsOT nenrt-
. ... .. . , .'mini i wnom noimng out tne dulncss of enrthly L'". "-Y ""puiny, dc sent to the bereaved
ntfive o clock. A large number were sense hides from our siuht. hu .d nnd """''.v. n copy placed upon
r T mrsa" ana "r Easier day is not s day for protracted city iVaiirs Ft ,n
fnends. The music for the serv e was argument but a day of Christian jovand " ' Sec. mL,' M ,
furnished by the Sunday scion I ii. r.i.i. i n.... . .1 A ...41 tu ao.... ,",n iioapitai.
, . , j'vioiiuHiioitiicoutwnrdsgns
A; .r.' r " " ' "re n.ro.u",,. . - crocp. rr...n,fc
i I. ; , 'negiiia voices, eocn one contribute their It would be a lively eml fc,. .u.ii
rice was the presentation of the chil- he.ttnih.1 . I 7. . a "vel' TCTinK r the fire
. H., May Hegrnnt tS SS S t"
i l an w m ,,i i. ... . . ,, ... j . ... ......
n mwuru cuougutl
Support Home Manufactories by buv
ing Jlietrgoods. Tliere is no better Kloiii
maoe lor tlie price
rh;rr;v,hv:-" - R.
JFTiH?! VjO. box san.
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphons.
Olnxer Al. and all the v.rlo.a flavor, of SODA WATBR read, for .hlpmeat ud deilrared
Iree In City limit.. Out of town ordera.muat have si.mnnrli iVrrenc.
C. M. CA1HPBBIA.
ASHEVILLE WOOD COMPANY.
ALL KINDS OF WOOD AND KINDLING. ESTABLISHED 1888.
OFFICE WIT YARD. 26 NORTH COURT SQUARE, NEXT TO tCOTTI LUMEN TARS.
Electric Cam paM Office Door.
A. II. & C. E. LYMAN, Owner.
Ian IS d!lm riaun " m.
a.Ml?j u'i!? to". vlng corner of Wood.
Jn and Urldn atrrrta. bai Iw.
ere is no better Plour hom?almT K.lo7l." h.H" !"" ""
thnn V.uH.tri t;..u. "8".'" floc. ly with her ehllH
youtKrocer for it and take lre.bnt.-wiii eonftV. f." oVbVin"
. ..... oa kit mn. tM "
Th Bcm on Kartb. ROOM WITH BOAMU.
Whnl nn . ' I
.......... I. ,,uY,nKH)r.our,inl.K, pj,-, . .
ine Asheville Mi timr Co V. kni.i.i;u eeiin.-.Z. .7.71' "
i iif .itiii.... f . u i . " nTr two con.
klVfl K i i u "' w3UUVsW ""inwini if I with lumrtj, No. 11 III..
had at most any groteV; at $0rrre7 """"""
W.,,; p-IVATB BOAKD.
A good strong horse suitable fordeliy.
rowBLL & Skiukm.
A tarae hoaaa. si a .....
1. r...na, UI ati-M.
l!I!!rr!70",..hHvl",f..b',rJ,u on their WOMAN WANTBII.
lands and wishlns to d .ona nf I. -in j "
well to e..r...w Za J, r T. .'.'V"'" " A re.
Lvnehhiirif V. " "IM,L "X applrlne at the
' w-coowt I marsBiitr fuii r.uu.. ........
; PLUMBING, STEAM AND GAS FITTlM
TIN AND SLATE ROOFING,
ARCHITHCTtRAL IRON WORK.
Plana and Specification Furnished on Application
W. bar, horoh mechanic, la each line who bay. had many years' ..perk., u. th...
baaacM, Wt can aastly irnaraaue onr patrona aatlaf.etloD ia t
Lent, for foreign missions,
The rector made a short address to the and feelings.
children on the subject of giving and the And, after all. what fairer test cnn there
. upjiropnatencs. 01 ineir mister ollering be of Christian sincerity than the reality
for the purpose of "carrying the gospel of our Easter joy ? If we huve placed all
Into all lands." After the service each of our hop. in the blessed and eternal
child was presented with un Easter card future how must we rejoice on this glor.
and colored egg. rious anniversary of the fact which
tlie a pparatus through certain side streets
in tnis town. One of the most Imimrtsnt
of the Ten Commandments would be
Broken Into microscopic fragments as the
machines jolted and the men stumbled
over the deep ruts and hollows that cut
op tome of the lets Important
rrapretable woman cnn
obtain a ood
New Advertlaetnenta To-Day.
Wairran-1 Mr II
St.avso Paoa lirm.
WaaT.n I', o. Do. (131.
J?OK HKNT FOB (IPPICUS. "
On weond door nf kin. aa ..a ..
i onr work, a low Iftna.
aurTdal "MBS. II.," Cart CHUen,
JHONBV TO LOAN. "
f ood rt.l ratau arenrity, Apply o
At l aw oat- ne l-"LmA : J?W. ..
anrj da aiarua.
V WINE . AND . LIQUOR STORE
" IN THE STATU.
FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.
. a. MAsiQrABDT, IK9. 43 1 MAIN ST., ASKEVILLE, I C