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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: MONDAY EVENING, MAY 26, 1890.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
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I. on .ale at the following place. In Aslievllle:
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PERTINENT AND PERSONAL.
New. About Aahevllllaua and ol
tttrangcra within Onr Oaten.
A. L. Dunn, of Atlanta, is nt the Uat
C. C. Hale represents Chicago ut the
John lobu, of Johnson City, is at the
J. L. Bgerton, of Hcnilcrsoiiville was
W.J. Long represents Atlanta ut the
R. C. Dukes, of Knoxvillc, is registered
at the Grand Central.
V, O. Shannon, of Philadelphia, is reg
istered at the Swannnnon.
W. G. Elliott and wife arc at the Uitt
tery Park from Norfolk, Va.
There were 119 arrivals nt the princi
pal hotels yesterday and Saturday.
C. H. Parks, Atlanta, and Win. Coop
er, New York, are at the Swonnnnoa.
The letter carriers are now attired in
their new summer uniforms, with straw
Mr. and Mrs. U. G. Pendleton and Miss
L. Dlocteur are at thcUattcry Park from
L. C. Johnson and Wm. . Uenners, jr.,
are registered at the Mattery Park from
Mr. and Mrs. p. W. Metcnlf and C. S.
Triflin, of Erie, Pn are quartered nt the Uew nnd 0ret'k demanded to beconvinced
Or. Fleming; Preaches From the
Text "Chrlal la the Power of
Cod and the Wladom
Rev. R. H. Fleming prcnehed nn clo'
quent sermon at the First Presliytcrian
church yesterday. His text was from 1
Cor. 1:24 "Christ the power of God,
and the wisdom of God."
"It is a profound remark of Bernard in
his 'Progress of Doctrine in the New Tes
tament,'" he began, "that wherever the
gospel of Christ is preached it stir the
activities of thought; and a cloud of
questions rises around the preacher,
which must he dissipated while itisgnth
ering, but which will still gather while it
is being dissipated.
"The Jew nnd the Greek ngrecd in notb
ing else, nnd yet they agreed in rejecting
Christ. The ground ol objection wasun
like. To the lew, Christ wus a stumbling
block. To the Greek, foolishness. Yet
the gospel of a crucified Christ hns the
very qualities for the seeming want of
which they rejected it. To the Jew there
seemed to be power wanting. To the
Greek there seemed to be wisdom lacking
But, Christ crucified is both po.ver and
wisdom. Yes, the highest mwer, nnd
the greatest wisdom 'the (rawer of God,
and the wisdom of God.'"
The speaker then proceeded to show
that while the world needed CI rist nnd
that He alone could meet the deepest
wants of man, yet he wns rejected by His
own people who gave Him a cross in
stead of a throne.
"The rejecters of the gospet are in two
classes. 11 1 He who would restore relig
ion on authority alone. (2) He who
cares nothing for the past, who desires
nlways something new."
In answering the question how to deal
with these two classes, the scakcr earn
cstly contended for the preuching of the
simple gospel of Christ, und further, a pn
lient, careful study of the thought of the
age. The pulpit has not lost its power,
nor must it adapt its teaching to the de
mands of Jew or Greek. "Let others
preach to the times ; let me preach for
eternity." It was then shown that both
it. He needs mercy, and not justice;
cicmrncy ana not rigor. Yet it is a re
markable fact that human religions are
all governed by laws, and there is no
place for mercy, no province for the ex
erase of the offices of love. The shrine
runs with blood nnd ofttimes it is hu
man blood. Their rites consist in lucent'
tions of the body, severe and painful, and
in long pilgrimages. This idea matured
when the culture of the Greeks, the very
flower of our race, was at its culminu
tion. What is their ideal of deity? How
do they portray their God ? Their God
is implacable and deadly, and goes with
drawn sword in pursuit. When the hour
of the fated knell draws near, with no hu
man tenderness or divine compassion, for
that heart of steel permits no tremor of
the hand, in the secret chamber of his pal'
ace, or among his legions, he strikes un'
pityingly tne ouject ol tne divine ven
This is the idea given bv the flower of
our race nt the culmination of itscultiirc.
That justice knows no mitigation by
In contrast, the psalmist wns, In for
eign lands, at the same time, singing "our
(jod is merciful." The evidence is simply
stupendous and overwhelming. Greater
love than this hns no man, to lay down
nu me tor a mend, uod is good, sings
nature; God is grent, repents the whole
universe; God is fair, says theeternnlsun
and moon and stars. Hut as if everything
else passes into obscurity, the npostle
cries, "here is love." Hence says some
one, is the importance of the text. Strip
God of his mercy, nnd how could we sin
ners approach Him. We would be np-
palled nnd could not. But God is merci
ful. He sends the voice of the precious
gos)el and invites all to come.
The first impulse is to take the first in
fluences of religion. We find the Imjiossi
bility of attaining anything this way,
for we are heavy laden under failure and
tortured by conscience, fortheseinflurnccs
exhaust the strength, nnd just then Jesus
approaches and calls. He says give up
that work thnt you have found to be in
vain and come to me. Therefore it be
comes of infinite moment to know what
is meant by this coming to Christ. What
is the laboring one to do to come?
How must he order his course so ns to
respond to the invitation ? This is n
figurative expression, taking from the
physical coming of those who came when
Miss Mollie Lanier, who has been
teaching in the graded schools, left to
day for her home in Oxford.
An infant of Samuel Branch, an em
ploye of the furniture factory, died at his
home in West Ashcville yesterday.
"Bathing the lungsin thisntmosphcrc"
is how a prominent commissioner to the
Assembly spoke of breathing Ashcville
Chas. II. Chapin and family are among
the recent arrivals at the Battery Park.
They are from Niks, Mich., and arrived
Dr. J. H. Williams left to-day for Ox
ford to attend the meeting of the State
Medicul society. He will read a paper
before that body.
Mr. P. C. Mclntirc did not go on Lay
ton and Collin's bond when they were
arrested on Friday night. He wus re
sponsible only for bis brother.
Dr. K. L. Dickinson, of Brooklyn, will
deliver an address on "Personal Purity"
at the Y. M. C. A. rooms to-morrow
night. All young men are cordially in
vited to be present.
D. A. Howell and Miss Mattie Moody,
of Haywood county, were married nt the
Single bouse in this city yesterday morn
ing by 'Squire Summey. The couple re
turned home this morning.
The graded schools closed Friday.
There were 1,440 pupils in attendance
during the session, 1,150 of whom were
white. Lost year there were 1,000 pu
pils, 800 of whom were white.
The attendance at the different churches
yesterday was large. It was the last op
portunity to bear the distinguished
speakers of the General Assembly and
the people turned out en mase.
Bob Cole wns Ixiund to the criminal
court by Justice Israel Saturday for his
difficulty with T. T. Patton. His bond
Is f 100. Jns. Dodson, who wag arrested
at the same time, was fined $.1.
Not one of the commissioners who at
tended tlie Assembly was sick while in
Ashcville. This is temnrkable in so large
a body of men coming from so mnny
different sections of the country, and
with climates and waters equally as
varied and dissimilar.
of the truth of thegosiiel on their own
"The nKistle could not preach a goKpel
to satisfy these demands."snid thespeak
cr. "For he was not sent to propound
dogmas nor teach a philosophy, but to
narrute a history, to tell of a Saviour, to
tell not of a god taking the likeness of
men that be might reason with men, but
of very God. Of very God taking to him
a true body and a reasonable soul that
he might die for men to tell the story ot
the wonderful babe over whose manger
cradle the heavenly host sang the gloria,
nnd at whose feet bumble shepherd and
magi bowed in worship who walked
through this Iniar house of sin untainted
by its corruption; who with theshndow
of a cross ever hanging over Him, bright'
cned the marriage festival with His pres
ence, wiped away the tear of sorrow, de
prived death of his victim, gave sight to
those unused to the beautiesof theenrth:
whose ear never wns deaf to the cry of
pain ; in whose arms luibcs found a wel
comennd a refuge; who came to earth
in the throes of a human birth, and who
went buck to His throne by way of the
The preacher cannot accommodate the
gosicl to the demands of the age in
which he lives, for it would then fail to
be the gospet, "good news" to men-
news of a Saviour, of salvation from sin
There could be no faith
"Thengcis practical. It is progressive,
but it has not outlived Christ. True
progress is along Christian lines and
under Christian influences. Christianity
is power. Christ is king of Zion.
"Christianity docs indeed reform men
but it is by regenerating individunl men
by forming Christ in them. And to this
fact all history bears record. Pnul, Lu
ther, Knox, Wesley, these are the names
which represent progress in the imst,
"The gospel is to be propagated not so
much bv argument, but by witness bear
ing, by showing the power of God in the
"In each man dying unto sin, and liv
ing unto righteousness in the crucifixion
of the lusts and passions of the soul, in
the godliness of the life, in the tweet and
heavenly influences exerted in other lives
He wns on earth, to have their bod
afflictions healed. It mennt to come
a spiritual sphcr, nnd do the same tliey
did in a bodily sphere. And it is not su
leriicinl to remark, here, that they did
not remain still, wniting for Christ to
conic to them. While no spot wns unvis-
tcd ns he went about doing good to any
desiring nssistancc, nnd they might as
well hnvesaid, "I will wait," they sought
him in multitudes. All Judea and Jeru
snlem enme to him,
So there is nn abuse of the invitation
now. We say we can do nothing, spirit
unlly, without him. All must come from
him, nnd we wait. Nay, it is the per
suading, and ennhling through this per
suasion to accept Jesus Christ through
The paralytic came to the Mauler for
healing and wns told to stretch out h
hand. He might have said "it is dead
and has been so for years," but the Mas
ter simply told him to stretch forth h
hand, and when the lcginning was made,
the healing was implied by this begin'
uing, and the arm liccamc whole like the
other one. So we are to come to the use
of the means. If we do what we can,
thnt is very much, and we put ourselves
into the divine rclution of God. But ob
serve, they did not only come where they
could see nnd bear him, but pressed to
lirrsonnl contact and intercourse. It
noticeable thnt be only healed those with
whom he came in contact. In the old
testament if the prophet would henl nnd
restore to life his friend, it wns with
touch. So with spiritual contact.
It is the Inw of all divine influence nnd
grace thnt we must get near those we ex
iect to bless. Said a missionary to
fnend recently, "If I iirench to those
Greeks as you preach to these negroes, it
would be years before I could do any
good." The thought was that he must
not hold himself above them, but must
be in personal contact with them in order
to do them good. It is not merely the
word and church anil sacrament as menns
of divine grace that we must use, but we
must come in contact with Christ him'
self. This is the trouble. Weston with
tliesc means of grace, nnd fail to come
into loving contact with Christ.
Dear young friend, you have been hesi
tating and doubting. There is no cer
tainty to he found in the universe better
grounded thnn this one: "I will give
yon rest. As sure ns you come I will
give you rest. Ho, every one that thirti
eth, come without money and without
price." It it a free gift. He sayt, "where-
NOT ONE BLANK.
EVERY LOT A PRIZE.
AT PUBLIC OUTCRY ON THURSDAY,
MAY 29, AT 11 A. 1H.,
THE FUN WILL BEGIN.:
ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1890.
TERMS STRICTLY CASH WITH ORDER
In quantities not lea. than one ton at factory
in quantities uot leu. thun one half ton at factory,
IIOO pound., B0 ticket., 10 pound, each
700 " 2H " an " '
TOO " IB " 80 ' "
1000 " 10 " 100 "
No ice will be delivered without cn.li or tickets.
...40c. per hundred.
Ticket, now on sale at the office of the
Asheville Ice & Coal Company,
Telephone No. 36 and 40. No. 30 Patton Avenue.
JKLLICO COAL AT RETAIL.
For Grate, . 4soo.l For Stoves, . . . 4.30.
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
For .ale at Wholcaale and Retail by
ASHEVILLE ICE AND COAL COMPANY,
Telephone 36 and 40.
Bietu.lve Agents tHome.tic and Steam I lor Wc.urn North Carolina.
LKW18 MADDUX, Pica
L. P. McLOUU, Vlcc-Prea.
I. B. RANKIN, Canhiw
THAT BEAUTIFIX GROVE KNOWN AS
HAS BEEN DIVIDED INTO FIFTY OF THE BEST
RESIDENCE LOTS IN THE CITY.
we the power of God, and the sign of forf do you tpen(, ymlr money for ,,
Dealt! of Hi O, Robertson.
Mr. Harvey G. Robertson, well known
here, and father of J. D. Robertson, of
thit place, died at bit home in Rogers-
vine, Tenn., Friday morning at 10.30
o'clock. Paralysis was the cause of his
death. Mr. Robertson waa born in
Greene county, Tenn., and wat 74 years
old. He had been a member of the Pres
byterian church fifty years, and color
tcur of the American Bible Society for
number of years. He lived in Asheville
'JO year and left here four years ago.
He led a wife and six sons. The funeral
wot held in Rogersville Saturday afternoon.
Gone to Mew York.
Dr. 0. P. Ambler, the first assistant
physician at the Winyah Sanitarium, left
yesterday noon for Oxford to attend the
meeting of the State Medical Society.
From there be will so to New York city
b ordar to look op tad perfect himself
i kMmt advtBOt mad in bis sperml
r' work disease of the note, throat and
:' lung. '
j , lit txpacU to spend about two months
J" I, la the eastern cities with the beat special
tats and iU return to bit post in the lat
ter part of July.
the Son of mnn.
"In the blaspheming Bunynni nnd the
persecuting souls transformed into sing
ing pilgrims and flaming apostles, In the
(erry McAulev't changed from river
thieves into glowing witnesses of the
immediate taiernatural work of God't
grace in the heart, in the blotsoming rose
of Sharon amid Arctic tnowt and in
tropic tandt, in the faith illumined death
chambers of men and women, who with
Pntmot vision look into the heavens,
and with exultant about exclaim; 'Oh,
death where is thy si ing? Oh', grave
where is thy victory ?'
"In these is evidence which cannot be
doubted. Yes, more, there it a proml
and prophecy of future triumph, when
there shall be a new heaven and a new
which it not bread and your labor for
thnt which tatitfieth not ? Why do you
tpend energy for that which must fail ?
Come and I will give you rest." Yet
pardon and pence and acceptance and
sense of divine favor. Hut Christian
brethren, these words would lose half
of their precinusnest if they did not come
to us also. We are to come to him daily,
W e are tinners and also sufferers. There
s no immunity from suffering here. We
are to be perfected by suffering, and come
by the cross to the crown.
Those little hillocks in the burving
grounds, where we place flowers and
kneel in prayer and where comet the
tweet influences of a life taken above;
the mother 'a Bible, which we take and
rend reverently; the memnrinl of a sain
ted father! the me nf a sweet wife tip nf
nev. u. ii. navies, i. 11., 01 Henderson, the dear comuanion of whom you rested
Ky., delivered an eloquent sermon at the ml th "ttle playthings that you take
First Presbyterian church last night
ins wit was! "tome unto me, all ye
thnt labor and are heavy laden, and I
will give you rest" Matthew 11:38,
"There are mnny differences between the
religions men have made for themielves,
and that which God has revealed for our
acceptance," said the sieaker. "The
greatest difference it in the nature of the
God of each religion Now, man it a tin
ner. He it guilty. He feels and confesses
in your hands and remember the little
hands that have played with them: all
these tell ut there it no exemption from
suffering here. That there it no home,
no rest sufficient for the tout here. We
mny lav our head in the bosom of the
living Saviour and feel tbt throbbing of
tne breast tnat ui robs true lor ns; of him
who died for nt and save himself for us.
Come Christian and sinner, Letnscome
to letut and lay our burden ol sorrow
with ourselves on him.
"Come ye disconsolate, where'er vt
TERMS t One Fourth Cash with Balnnre
of Purchase Money in one and two
Yearn ut 8 Per Cent.
TWO PER CENT DISCOUNT IF ALL CASH BE PAID.
FOR Fl'RTHKR PARTICULARS ADDRESS
A. J. LYMAN.
REAL ESTATE AND LOANS.
.....CT..:-w..ddux. M pocn. M.A.cP.a5. J. B. Ranktat, J. B. Ray, J. B. Reed
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, -
Oraaaiied May let, 188S.
CAPITAL, $50,000. SURPLUS, $15,000
State, County and City Depository.
Doc. a General Hanking Bu.lno. Depoalta reed Ted. Bicbange bought and sold. Col.
lection, made on all arccuible points. The Bavin Feature will receive .pedal attention.
On all .urn. in thl. department, depmlted lor four month, or longer, interest at the rale
of per cent, per annum will be paid.
Special attention given to loan, on real estate, which will be placed for" long time on real
Opea from S a. m. to 8 p. m. On Saturday, the Saving Department will be open till a p.m.
ONB OP THU
In the South.
service and table Pint
WALK PROM TUB
Pnn. the duor every 10
For term, address
IL J. GREENWELL, Proprietor.
Only 8 Miles from Asheville on the A. & 8. Railroad and
Real IvHtnte Tranalrrn.
J. M. Stevens, executor to J. M.
Knndnil, UHi acres in Lcu-entcr
J. .M. atevens, executor to II. M.
Lunsiora. v acres in Leices
ter townsbii 7u:i
Gurtgerand .McDowell to K. F.
Hoyd, lVacrcsin Leicester town
W. T. Weaver and wife and E. C.
Chambers and wife to J. J. Ken
gnn, lot 81 foot front on liailcv
rl. P. Hnker nnd wile to I. U. In
gle, lot 103 feet front on Mul
berry street l.tilHi
w. r. Bnliew and wile to I. N.
Bailey. 21.1)00 siiuare fret in
this township 1(H)
V. I. Knwis to K. v.. t-haniliers
and P. M. Weaver, two lot in
Cliveden park , KM
. T. Ka wis to I. M. Campbell, 3
lots in Cliveden park 700
W. G. Stone and wife of flowmnn't
Bluff. N. C, nre in the city. They are at
In canters, sdooiis. forks i.nd knives.
special inducements art being offered
now. Kogcrt' t ripple plated knives,
11.75 per set. Porks to match at tame
price. Desert knives. St. (10 tier set. A
splendid assortment of Weed & Ilnrton't
plnted ware, the best goods made, are
offered at lowest prices. Crockery, glass
and cutlery, very large stock and alwavs
the lowest prices at Law's. 87. BO and
61 South Main street.
If you want uoudbaritaina in the Litest
ttylea of new millinery, call on Miss
Lance nt West bud ration avenue, Hay
wood street. Also stylish dresa makimr.
good work and a perfect fit guaranteed,
MM La NCR.
Street curt mst the dour.
Hon Kknt W R. Wet.
Wanthi Cn, o. l lncke.
Cioa'a HHn Hotki. P. A. MUn.
Hon Mkk kklv V. M. C AawH-intinu
a urat cina. colored man cook to take two
week.- mountain trip with party .inning
rrom thl. i-ily June ll. None l.ut a nrat cIam
cook need apply and good wagca will be iiald
" f at jena. at jenk., un -at
WILL BE OPEN FOR THE SEASON 0!
1890 ON JUNE 1ST.
Accommodation, the very heat thl. moun
lain country can afford. Terms reaaonnhlr
oapoaalble to make them. Billiard., pool,
fowling alley, ball room, mu.lc, etc.
F. A. MILES, M. D.
Thej Mountain far Mold,
aprUtarsH M Cm
Is h rate la as in every uarticutnr. with
the brat table in the South. Fur and
bundnnt water and perfect sanitary ar
The scenery Is beautiful, climate much
milder than Asheville, there bring no
harsh winds and nodust to umtate weak
throats and lungs.
The Imths in marble nools are the fin'
est in the world and the thermal waters
arc an unexcelled specific for rheumatism,
gout, sciatica, nervous exhaustion and
diseases of skin and blond.
Kxccllent physk-innt reside at the ho-
Trnins leave Asheville for Mot Hiirinirs
at i.jo a. m a.iio ami 7 I), m
Kxrtirxion tickets, inrludins? one Hnv's
ooarn at Mountain rnrk Hotel, ..oil.
For rates etc.. nddrras
Atlr. W. 0. DoouTTLR.
lev tor aoMaon iSm.
On nnd after Mnv 1st k will lie ilrllv
ered only for cash or tickets. Ticket,
mny be obtained at our office, No. ao
rat ton avenue, and will be strictly cash.
ASHRVILLR ICR AND lAI. CO.
A Nw RttMMl to MIlM.
If you arc wise and wish to beninie
healthy and wealthy nlsn, vou will line
oner King or I'.iettrle Light Hour: lie
cause the Asheville Milling Comiwnv's
flour Is not only the best but thechrnoest,
A PHYSICIAN'S PLAIN TALK ON
Dr. R. L. Dickinson, of Brook
lyn, N. V.
The lecture will In Illustrated by chart.
and blackboard drawings.
YOUNG. MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION
Tuesday, May ay, at S.jo s, m
I'M UK TO ALL VOUNO MBN.
may 11 0 at
TWO HWlmai In Weal II.H ft.., I , n
c.... ' 1 'I " J iw TY . K. W K.T.
may and I w IBil Hill atrrct
Onnd tiaaturaav Ihrnnr row In lk.n.l..k.
burhood ol Mcr.lmnn and lllllaldr avenue.
....... c u' H,N KK-
tnaptfniMt Wigwam, Aalvl:ie.
P. A CUSIMINGS,
Atlorncy.aii.Law at Notary Public,
NO. II LBOAL BLOCK.
Moras tor .ale, good saddle and driver,
Bnquire at thl. unto.
saaylMdet , ,
IIO lot. lu Chunn'a Cnv. I.i ......i.i. .k
.. acrreiann in Madlmin county, near
noo acre, land three mil.. nt u.h.i..
nnrlllc A At a u. u. mn. ih.nH.fa in
land, Hinlomce snd depot near by. ,
Stnr holia. Nn 1 '1 H.H... - - . . I
No. 13 Patton avenue.
The grratc.t number and variety of mineral spring, to be found in the South.
48 Springs on Less Than 40 Acres.
Chalyliratc. Iron, aulphur, cpaom, alum, nnd mngnda. Acvernl very line combination..
mm nre unrn in curing iniiiKrMton. liver anil kidney trouble, chronic ilyncntery. chronlcdy..
K-p.in nml chronic aick headache. One spring recently developed la the grrnteat tonic water
Ainnv are iiuvtne irii . tn imii.i r...,,r ,.,.. .... . ... l
. U...C, ,k me hmi Willi inc mineral water.
Board can be had at
S20 to 930 Per Month, or fx Per Day.
Refercncea . tctlmonlal.. etc., enn Ik- had by writing to the owner; or belter yet. anyone
Interct. U ia invited to come and try the water. Great tmprovementa will be made neat
Train, leave A.hrvtlte at V.OA a. n
Por further Information write to
. and return at 7 p. in. tare 38 cents.
OTIS A. MILLER,
Skyland P. O., N. C.
HOTEL ARMOND-HOTEL BONNYCREST
SKYLAND MINERAL SPRINGS, N. C.
Klg-ht Miles South of Asheville, on the A. ft 8. Railroad.
New hotel., new cottage., new furniture, beautiful gram, neat tennia and croquet lawna,
48 MINERAL SPRINGS.
White Kulphur, Alum. M-.nnc.ln, Iron nnd Hpoin. Those seeking health and olea.um and
aelect society will not fail to vi.lt this pleoaant resort nnd drink of lu healing water..
AshcTillc, N. C.
Near Passenger Depot.
P.A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Manufacturers and Dealer, in all klna. r -
L U M B E R,
Door, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Stalrwork, Mantela, Bank,
and Bar Fixtures, and all kinds of Building Material.
Hard Wood Lumber Work u Siaoliairr.
Telephone No. a,
Dealers in Wall Paper, WlndowShadcsand Patent Hangers,
Paints, (Mia aad Varul.bc., MaMtryV Mixed Paints and Colors.
French aad Amerk-aa
We keep In Mock Nt. Loul.and Kentucky Lead.
Window Olaas, botk
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
317 Haywood Street.
All WATKR THOROUGHLY FILTERED on the Premises.
Twenty-live year, of practical eipcrlrncc, combined vrith rsaanNAL attention to all dc
tails of the hn.lneu and perfect arrangements for clsasmnhss aad rvarrv of all foods
manufactured, enable the proprietor to present to hi. n.mcros. patrons a superior class of
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphons.
Olnger Ale and all the varlou. flavor. 14- H0I1A WATKR ready for aklpmcat and delivered
free In City limit.. Out nf town onlcraTmusI have gt.ramunt.a refer.--,
C H. CAMPBELL.
TAYLOR, BOUIS & BROTHERTON,
Wholcaale and Retail Dealer, in
I0USE FURNISHING GOODS, STOVES,
HEATERS, RANGES, TINWARE, Ac.
SANITARY I'LUMIHNG, GAS AND ST BAM PITTINO,
TIM AND SLATE HOOFING, ,
AUTOMATIC ELl'X'TKIC GAS LIGHTING AND CALL BELLS,
AOENTS FOR "ROYAL" MS MACHINE. AUTOMATIC SPRINKUII WMK POR MILLS A SPECIALTY
New StoreUnder Opera House. ,
No. 4 J Patton Ave., . ' 'Asheville. N. C.