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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 24, 1890.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
H. D. CHILD, Business Manager.
Tn Daily Cmu will be published erery
afternoon (except Sunday) at the fnUawin.
rates trictr ..
One Vear. ,6.00
Ma Month. 8.00
Three Month. 1.80
One Week, IS
DEAN WRIGHT TALKS.
AN EXCELLENT SERMON DE
LIVERED LAST EVENING.
Special Induce meutH
Are offered to purchasers of Table Cut-
BALLARD, RICH & BOYCE,
lery and Spoons and Forks; also of plain I
and decorated Dinner and Tea Sets and I
Ottr carrier will dcuver the paper every I
fteraooa la erery part of the city to our tab-1
KTiucn, inu paruci wuung n win kuc
Advbutimno Ratim Keaeonable, and made
known on application at thii otticc. AH
transient adTertiMmcnU mast be paid ia ad
Tanoe. The CmiBif Is the moit eitentiTcly circa-
Inted and widely read newspaper in wee tern
Its UiBcueaion of public men and measure
U In the Intercut of public Integrity, honest
Hovernment, and prosperous Industry, and it
snows no personal aiicinanccia treating puo-
THE DEATH AND RESURRECTION
8peciniea copies of any edition will be sent
tree to any one acuatnji tneir auurcss.
Rcadinc notices ten cents ucr line. Obitu
ary, marriaKe and society notices nfty cent
each (out exceeding ten lines) or fitly cenU
THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1890.
TUB UAII.Y CITIZEN
Is on sale at the following places In Aahcvllle:
n i i6Dn urrun,
BATTKKY PARK NBW8 8TAN0.
OLUN KOCK NliWS STAND.
MOLIBL CIOAK HTOKIi. Futton Ave.
J. CARSON'S NISWS STUKB, North Court
PERTINENT AND PERSONAL.
News About AabcvllllattiM and oi
Wrauiiera witnln Our Uatea.
Kcv. G. C. Rankin returned yesterday
Mrs. J. M. Miller returned yesterday
from a visit to Cincinnati.
J. Ii. lizcll of Columbia, S. C, is auto-
graphed at the llattery I'ark.
The Asbevillc Female college is enjoy
ing a good crowd of visitors.
Jas. Carver, of Columbus, Ohio, is reg
istered at the Grand Central.
V. W.Jones, city marshal of Hickory,
was in the city this morning.
Prof. K. Waller, of the School of Mines
Columbia College, is in the city.
Mr. S. Trice Is ut the Grand Centrul.
He is from Northampton, Mass.
The subject of Mrs. Wells' lecture to
night is, "Across the Continent."
II. M. Cowan andT. T. Hay of Raleigh
are registered at the Iluttcry I'ark.
An Intarcatlnsr Logical Plea for in the scientific method of the study of
Equal RJahtn lo Women the Bible. A true faith must rest on
The Tnlrd Day') Sea. what God actually says, not on what
alon or the Aaactn we believe he says, that the answer to
My. prayer depends on certainty that the rc-
Dean Alfred Wright, of Boston, preached qut In accord with the divine will
at the Central Methodist church last night -"d testimony,
to toe members of the W. C, T. V. Asscm- Miss Willard, at 1 1 o'clock in a moth-
bly.anda number of Ashevillc people. ' meeting, dwelt upon the beuutilul
His subject was "The Death and Resur- charm of simplicity in the child's
rection of Eve," and his text was: "For character, which by ingenious pro
since by man came death, by man came cesses is cultivated out of him
also the resurrection of the dead. For as I We begin at the circumference with him
in Adam all die, even so in Christ shall instead of the centre. The child is di-
all be made alive. And so it is written, vinery ordained and brought into the
the first man Adam was made a living world to ask questions Curiosity is the
soul: the last Adnm was made a quicken- largest factor in his character. The
ing spirit." 1 Cor. xv: 31, 22, 45. mlnd that prompts the most questions
The speaker began by saying that in " the twenty-four hours is the bright,
each passage, the same contrast between I developing mind, and the mothers should
Adnm and Christ is clearly set forth. not down on it like a steel trap,
The one brings about death; the other There are ccrtnin questions which an
brines about the resurrection from the sur to c""" to the child, and can be
dead. The one brines about the death of " answered. There are ways and
soul here and hereafter and the other way of doing this. Elice Hopkins in the
brinus about the lite of the sou here and l my wie aister-lor boys is as
hereafter. The one brings about the Pure " the lily, as sweet as the rose.
sembly greatly by a parliamentary drill,
which by request was continued through
the question box hour, and is a subject
to which women are becoming keenly
Dean Wright occupied the third place Set'' Ut Law's on South Main
in a bible study on the Gth chanter of 1st '
epistle of John. It was stated that in WfEnginecrs corn from $800 to 2,000 StOYCt and TitaVmrC. quantities not less
:,.... Am u. .1. f nycar. Take two years course at Trin ' quantities not less
the ancient records the seventh verse of jt'Cni,rf- K 'nrv ,,,-- i 7.1 !."! P""!'""- . !
it.:. .I....... 1. r.. 1 mt 1 i. 1 . . '
..... ............ . year, tiorrow tne money.
interpretation 01 scripture intotne realm july-Utl-wtutlisat
of fact," was the subject of the remarks.
Scientific and philosophic interpretation
must dc riveted witn tne eyeaull 01 luct m,t important trunk lines. Nobodv
ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1890.
TERMS STRICTLY CASH WITH ORDER
Oc. per hundred.
A Bad Railroad Wreck
I occurred several days ago on one ol our I
hurt but all the buggagc except the I
Koiicr-lrav irtinks was smashed mi. I
Buy one. Sold by dealers. Made bv H. I
W. Roundtree & Bros., Richmond, Vu.
A Mew Road to bUhh.
If you are wise and wish to become
healthy and wealthy also, you will use
Roller Kins or lvlectric Light Hour: be
cause the Ashevillc Milling Company's I
Hour is not only the licst Hut thcchcnocst.
PLUMBING, GAS AND 8TEAM FITTING, SLATE
AND TIN ROOFING.
PAINTS and OILS.
gravc for the body nnd the other brings
about the resurrection of the bodv. Is
the present redemption of the whole
world a human fiction of theology or is
it a real, tangible substance ? Or was
"The Man Wonderful in the House Beau
tiful" is a book of like character. These
two are a sort of lav Bible for the family.
A mother must get in her teaching before
the boy on the play-ground gets in his.
Adnm resurrected and was Eve left in Ood's laws of nature sleep in the mineral.
thescnulchre? When lesus came from "ttra m the vegetuble and how they
the tomb on the third day, was Eve left
New Advertisements To-Day,
Annoi-nckm knt J. 8. Went.
Ktatkmknt Western Cnriillnn hank.
Wantkii to Hihh Careful, Citlicn Oilier .
STATE, COUNTY AND CITY DEPOSITORY.
OKUANIZIill MAY, 188H,
tltateiue.it of the Condition
Western Carolina Bank,
Of Ashevillc, N. C, at the clone of busi
ness on July 18, lN'Jll.
l.onnsniiil Discounts $:!1.",sr7 0:1
Overdrafts l,2V'i 41
Real Estate, Furniture and
Fixtures 0,1100 On
Expenses 1 -Mi 71
Town nnd Co. Bonds l.l.uo 111 1
Due from Hanks 4r.:il4 74
Cash on hand 2!l,2."i 2f
THE PASTEUR FILTER,
tlmu one ton at factory
tliun one hull ton at luvtorv
tickets, 10 pounds each - Sn.OA
700 " " an " a.ho
7no in ou 1 sno
looo " 10 " 100 " " (l.no
No iee will be delivered without cush or tickets. Tickets now on sale at the office of the
Aslieville Ice & Coal Company,
Telephone No. 36 and 40. No. 30 Patton Avenue,
JLXL1CO COAL AT RETAIL.
For Urale, S5.00.ll For Htovea, 64.50,
BEST AMTIIHACITE COAL
l'or sule at Wholesale and Kctail by
ASHEVILLE ICE AND COAL COMPANY,
1 eiepnone 30 ana 40.
Kielu.ivv Auents (Domestic and Htcatn) l'or Western North Carolina.
LIIW18 MADDUX. I'm
L. P. McLOHU. Vlce-Prea.
I. St. KANK1N, Canhicr
IN ALL, SlZliS I'UK I'A.MII.V
AND UOTUI- I'BU.
tiuarunlccd lo be Ueriu lroof.
A LI. KIXIiH KUI'T IN STOCK
LIME! LIME! LIME!
I dwell in the child's nature should be ten-
J. II. Aycovk, jr., and J. D. Humph-1 nlty iiiiioaed upon woman because of the
ries, of South Carolina arc at the Swan
II. BischofTnnd II. I'lcngc, of Charles
ton, S. C, are guests of the Swanna
II. M. Wood, of Live Oak, and A. W
Ives of Jackson v;le, l-'ln., are at the Glen
Mrs. Julia R. Turturlcc of Baltimore it
among yesterday's urrivuls at tlie Bat
There were 110 cases to 1 tried and
hence no Mavor's court was held thir
Kcv. W. I. Akcrs, formerly of thi
city, mid now living at Mary villc, Tcnn..
is visiting hcie.
A large nnniln r of delegates have gout
from this city to the judicial convention
at Bryson City-
Mrs. M. I.. Wells, president of the W
C. T. I', asicmbly, will sjieak to-night in
the ii-ru house.
Mis. Alice Miller and Master Cluirlii
Miller, of Hodginville, Ky., arc visilme
ut Dr. T.J. Hargan's.
within, cold and insensible? No. If she derly explained. The motlier is thegrent Surplus
died in Adam, then she arose in Christ, diplomat among more belligerents than
So snys tlie text. If she was the one by nny other being, and besides this, estab-
whom came all death, then by her son '' international arbitration in place
I . . . I
came all life. Shall he not irive life to his ol wur net ween ner own and her neigh-
mother? Yes. I r groups 01 little ones, makes more
The plain statement is this: The pen- treaties and preserves the pence.
miss wiunra thought tne development
first Adam's sin has been removed be- of fnthcrhness in the bov's nature should
cause of the Inst Adum's righteousness. I "e eared for by putting the doll into his
I. . ... ...
Until the formal authority to rule over """o ln tne girls; thus developing nil
all the earth was given him by God. man tne protective, gentler qualities of bis nn-
hnd no more rieht than anv other nni-1 ture.
$ HMi, ,:i0 HI
Capital $ ."0,(100 1111
rmlivulcd Profits 3.412 4s
HelK'Hturc Bonds Jf.'.ooo (Hi
Bills Pnyublc 1.",oiki 110 I
Due to Banks ".-Ml-lis I
HciMisits LSS,S()2 "III
mal. There is no hint in this authority Rev. C.M.Campbell of Riversidechurch Conwt Attest:
Total $4n,4:H) l'.l
1,1. Iv. Rankin, Cashier of the aluivc
named Bank, do solemnlv swear thatthc
nlsive statement is true to the liesl of 111 v
knowledge and lichcf.
I. 1-.. Rankin, tushicr.
Suliscrilied and sworn to More mcthis
24th day of July, 180(1.
L. 11. ai.kxa.mikk, .Notary i'uliliv.
A CAR LOAD OF
FRESH - LIME
In Rulk or
that man is to lord it either over man or pronounced the benediction and the us-
woman. The rule is committed to the I "cmbly adjourned.
twain in unity. I Of Interest to Farmers.
That Adam was Hut one half of the the North Carolina State Farmers Al-
whole, of which tve was the other half, I nance will meet in Ashevillc Auuust 12.
muv be uroved. Il one should sar that 3 and 14, at which the officers and dele-
i. 1 . ir. u 1. I gates, representing every county in the
nuuui . unit, uiiimv wtt. mmii:, I . ; 4 - ,
it is pniicr to ask what kind of a unity I from 0,her states, will be present. It is
he was a unity of wholeness or a unity I expected that several thousand persons.
of halfness, of isolation or of companion- th mnle and fcrnnle, will be in attend-
hii-wlli.-h Adam wna fl unit err ancC' nml Wl" nrnVe hcrC on Monday .
hi)-wHKh. Adam was a unit, cer- AuRUtt,Un. They will be met at th.
tamly, but lie was not a unit of human ,)cpt by a committee and escorted to
wholeness, or else I-.ve was suwrnuous I hotels nnd boarding houses.
to the definition of tne word man. Ill The Alliance will meet in secret session
on luesoay morning, at aoout 11 o clock
M. I. Bkakpks,
S. H. Kkiiii,
Ofllec No. 30 Pallon Avenue.
ANTBH Til IIIRH.
Uikbctoks: I-wli Maddux, M.J. Iieanlen, M.J. Purk, J. B. Rankin, J. B. Ray. J. U K,l
B. II. Kccil, UCO. B. I'OWell, M. MClXIUd.
-WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, -
OrnHDlicd May 1st, 1MHB.
CAPITAL. $50,000. SURPLUS, $15,000
Htate, County :aud:city 'Depository.
Uoes a Ocncrul llunkluii limine... Deposits received. Bxchaaice bought and sold. Col
lection, mnclf on all necellilc points. The Navlnit Feature will receive special attention.
On ull .inn. in this department, deposited for four months or longer, Interest at the rate
or 4 r cent, per annum will be paid. '
SiKciul attention nlven to loan, on real estate, which will be placed for long time on rial
OiK-n Irom m in. to 3 p. in. on Huturdnys the 8arlnu Department will be open till n n.a.
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
217 iiaywooa street.
All WATER THOKOI'VHLV FILTERED ou the PrciniNes.
Twcnly-nve yran ol prncticnl eicrirnce, conililucd with rsssotiAL attention to alt nv
tnlls of the bu.inc. and rftet arriiniamcnta for clkanunkss and ruaiTV of all Rondt
ninniifnctured, enable the proprietor to present to his numerous patrons a superior claw of
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphon.
liiniter Ale and alt the rniiou. flavor, ol HODA WATBK ready for shipment aad deli.crcd
I frer in City limits, tint il town onlem mu.t have snsroNsinLi reference.
- C. H. CAMPBELL.
MOUNTAIN PARK HOTEL & COTTAGES.
HOT SPRINGS, N. C.
Ilorar and buxcy nt one dollnr an after I
ninin, likely two or three lifterniMin. wr I
nee.. Aiiinc.. VAKril'l I,,
Tlil.lil-IIO.Mi Ml. 40.
I WarrhouM' ut lirnot.
A.IIKVII.I.R. N. C
I'. . I'l.x o:il.
July B. INiHi.
I herrhy announce mvHcll 11 eiimlidiite l,.
the iHi.iilon if Clerk of the Sui erior Ci.nti I
01 nuneomiie Louuly, .lilijeet to tlie now
nation of the ilemoerutic purl.v.
. K. WIIKT,
any one snys that the term "a unity ol
halfness" is n contradiction, let him re-
Icarn his mat hematics. A unit is only a
relative term and we do no violence to
nnthemntics in saying that Adnm was a
unity of halfness, and that he found his
J I.. Wagner am. O. D Re.-el. have ,M i.on, ofp.urn.ity. then the unity of Ld
si .hi to Ii. A, and John A. Cook a lol I man made in his image is one of plural-1 Reduced rates have been secured at the " 11 "
nnd in the nftcmoou tlie meeting will be
public, wnenaildressesot welcome will lx-
delivered by the Mnyor, and (k-n. R. II
niKe, lollowed, by a response, and sev
eral other siieeches by members of tin-
order and our citiicns. Following this a I
reception win be tendered tne visitors by
C. E. MOODY.
entity in live. Nevertheless the unity is I the cilicens of our enterprising city nml
also one of olurnlitv. If the llnitv of uuncomue vounty Alliance, i ins will lx
AUGUST 27, 28 & 29, 1890,
I ity. lint il he is a unity of halfness how I notels nnd boarding houses, ranging
can be also lie a unity of plurality? Each 'm 7uc. lo fl.oii jier day, but accom-
pliimllty is made up of halves and the highMW
on,.; ui himmkm a ikiii ui UK great i or nny can gel accommodations at the
I I Aalw.w.lla U.mnLi I. .11.. II .1.... I
- h I ,,r ,h, h- .,
x.i.. :.i::.:i.u .1 l.u I 1 Be railroad comnnnv has mven si rml I . .. . " i-ir.,
CHEAP RATES TO ALL POINTS.
Knilroad ticket. Imuifht, Mild and i
chaniied. All transaction. Ruarnnteol.
C. P. MAY.
Ticket Kroker, llpHslu 8wannnnua Hotel.
'ln IglTfATION WANTKII.
SiixOii, near Hill street, for $sihi,
Miss I-'niiny I., t.rimn, who wns to
siic.ik to-night, is unavoidably detained.
Mrs. Wells will lecture in her place.
R.J. I.owry ami wife, nnd Mrs. W. A.
Tuvlor. of Atlanta will Sx-nd thcsummei A,lum wn nn ""oivisu.ie unity ol nail- rnf"", ";,",,. C " ni?h T' V"" lm offercl in A.he.l'le. none con.l
at the Mattery Purk. They arrived yef, and fcve was also. In (hm! s plan reasonable less than one-hnlf fare; tick
tcrdnv. tlicy Ixith togetlier were a whole. What lets good from 10th to 10th of August.
, .. I uiu niuj jotneii igciner let no man put I "e inrr n-om points in western riortd
"-...,. j I i cj. i.: ... - I Carolina to AalieviMe and return an.
... . . i H.unucr. nii.m iiku. ill. niumiiT in r.r. -
is attending the meeting of the north . ... . ' I abost as follows: Coopers, 60c.; Black
Carolina Press Association in session at . . ' . "" " Mountain, OSc.; Old Fort, $1.40; Man
I discover the reciprocity of etiual human I on, $1 MO: Monmnton.S2.30: Hkkorv
l..i... T- .. 11 nit. v... ! m. oi Jm- ... V
Iriguia. i lie crxatiun is now complete I .-..."m , i. whiu, oiiiicavnic, a.i.iii;
as well as oerfect. Together, with ,..nl Salisbury, $4.23; Alexander's. 40c.; Xlnr-
tbi.eitv,hn.lnpronmtedtoClonel. rfghu. the, are to have dominion over HrX ,i ':
the Fourth regiment, vice J. T. Anthony, .u, whou cnrth. The
or Lharlottc. rcniL'Ucd. I i. . .u- u i .ii. Rrv,.r.rit. mh nn. 1.' ma,Mnu"
- 1 iiinmv lb UUl luui niiam WIIB ill Ifini II I J"1'" vni, wa.uu, I uuat rii. . iiiririLB. I it....k .
P C x.nr. . ...1 l-f.. A... r- . .... $3.40: Andrews. tl.r,: An,V Bis, : """""' .. COfM.'N,
t. s ssas.( t-s.w sns.'s nis- ui(l I.TV. II IU PIUIE I DDI IMl IHf Wflll.. ... T "f "'! Iltll V nn tUllr fmitl Cntir Hissim M i t I-. I OT as .
Ing Mayor Miller yesterday afternoon one of the creeping tbimrs mentioned in W I.0IL'1 2' rive and on the hcMand m...t popular HI .HtUte A Cent.
forenrrvingn concealed weapon. He the Bible. cent For fort her There Is a lab-1 OFFICE 8 HAIN ST., (A. D.COOPEHS' STORE.)
wna fine, Sill n.wl 1 in.l.. I If fk.M . !..). I.: 1 j I W P T c. " -"" " .ireet. oeinK IMlllt
. - ' I - " ' .,, nillllll UTCII ..... im .(,, vjl T. IhfiiHri, 11m. ....I ... .
... In i. d , .1 A.lu-.ill. M" r 1 .... .uervi.inn
.irs. ii. A. summers, oi .Macon, oa., I "r urn- Aiinm it is not lonna I .... ... . , on( OT lnc nn, jnn,,,, (n tbc
('.old, Nilvcr. Ivory, rink, cut nnd Coiulii-
nation M. .kI.Hiiuh Al.o Kooin Moulding-.
ricturts Mulled, Mounteil und I'rillluil lit
lowest prices and work KUiirnnu-cd. Knurnv-
Iiius, I'aintlnKs and Lucul Views always ou
HU' A-hcv,IIC- Rooms in Cottage Upon the Ground With
sk ny- ii
TAHLE JJOAUD AT HOTEL.
A Hcntch tnily wl.hr. .Iluntion a. nurm-ry
in M iiatviiic iiiiniiy. i.ikmi rcicr
ei,n-.. .iiiurrn. JlllinHH rilTTV.
jul)'U3.at Kniiloyineut OHiee.
AUftl CIIMMBK UOAKDKK8.
Tim Jloiili'vnnl oft ho City,
New hnuae, newly furnl.heil ; Art claas ta-
Niutii-rn ronvcnirnct . ; no cnililirn.
Aliout one-third lielna within city limit, and No. 0 til'KI'cii htkUKT,
.... ... ,,,,r,i,iiia .uouroan villa
ONLY EIGHT MILES FROM ASHEVILLE-ON THE A. & S. RAILROAD.
A HOME IN -
,,M',l,ll.n no.mofeitln .hndv uroveb.
the Mnest mineral prtnK. In the Houth lit Sill t.VsilMl
'iulct plnerhlnh.drj.rine .lew. anil Hood., "let.
'""r". oli " '!' slr.Tts-.nll ma'rn CveSur.
Keni u.tnte nouKht and sold at public and I
private .ale. Kent, collected. I conducted a I
Krnl fatal, and Auction bu.lnru in Charle.-
n.l M. I.' I . Iin.rn nf Tl... ..u:ii. I in the Bible, fkid tell. P.m. thiit k I.... I PMliuiH.M.ni ma. . I The lots and tracts will ram In .1.. frnm t,. I .....i.T ",S,:r' '" .. 1.L J,r"n,P
i-.n nrr. ..w-n.ll.,,, ih . . VI I uinu s inn ruleovrr her. mllrr lh fnll lint I t'Winu to tne shortnraa nr lim. nnrf I ww .ww mwm, .nv i.tirt niata covennit I "--""-
' . " I. ... . . I ......:... .i.. .u. . t I wtni of the mn.t beautiful ami nloi,,......
summeys on liny wood street. oy .uinonty oi wnni scripture are these '"Z,rt'":" . V elevsUons to be found m . . 1 " I?"" "ALB.
I a. at smss a. m .1 a. I I..m.!ii a a t. . I nt. 111 UI-JBX1 1U .. ... , . . . .. ' " I
Among the guests nt tlie Ashevillc !"" '"mii-ii w tne take place at Ashevillc. N. C. will It mT m property to
IIMl f.t Wide
ninll.. etc. hkylnnd 8,.ri, . new and ti" ,ulr X
.rt mid IU,,0 ' . ""1 wf"Bi P"."u'"r.rf-
' - - ."... u ,
a. nn InveMliuenl.
fcm.,-,!?ants.A"hr,,llc"t ",0" '- " return at T
by authority of what scripture arc these l,rt,n uggestioni that the date be
..in. air! r-.uu. in.l;.wi .u. I made later, tbc nlle contest proimard to
pains and penalties transmitted to the I tnk. nlnr mt A.iw.:iu m 1 :n i
te are Misses F.lla nn, ""t of the world ? Oil! the bitterness of changed from Aug. 5thoSept.''3d,lH0, Nat. Atkinson & Son. a!!
ie. ol (Ireenslwro, S. C. ,4Ve "lienUoce as she saw the fruits of 'nd '" "ow,nK change, will be made AaiiBvn.i.B, n c ' M
... A h. rli-nlmlu-ww, i.jnn l I in tne pnsca. 1 i
frlil I dam
Miss Fnmilc Cox and Mrs. French, of her 'olifnc luring down on her
The picture of Hon. Mclvln E,
of this city, npwnrs this week In Texas
Sittings' gallery of prominent Americans.
The likeness is very good. It is both an
honor to Ashevillc and to Mr. Carter,
in Adam'. Insufferable treatment of her. w ..VnT'rX?!"
Kh.ll nltnr.-'. l-l...i, !".. Li.-i." : : ' r. . 'I At lint Mllrtnira. N. c.
Carter. ... .. . . .. . " . " IZial T ??.:V r -.1 " . . m '"'f "' ioo,nx feet, aim
w iiiiu iu vuu man w aver no. il I ",,,x (.umuvto, witnnutrestnciion. I w " .w m-nuiuui nutiuinit .tte,
Htove., chairs, tnhlr., parlor orgnn. Nil.,
.lie., and all kin I. nf hiiuachuhl iurnlturr.
Julyaa-at 87 Houth Kpruce 8t.
OTIS A. MILLER,
4k) land P. O., N. C.
ii .j, . .lexcent telearnti a uhia ha. n- I r. u. montciimkhv.
nonm ... resurrect., m tm, promiK ol . .. r-r1row-r""T"..,7; .V ' Julyllhl.w ,,ot Hprln. N. C.
thr IHavkiur. mt Kr. Th nHnU l V l . :
, - - s isj nrn inin in mnHlf ills at leiwisi
imrtnaeH hv th rrratn ah .nm.n a.. I A mv..I n-n. ...
been removed hot th, -i.HU. 1, I will be given to the rifle team f '
r..l I n - .u I. . . " -"l " I :. :v JlTir." -a.ion .or.innre montns II
j. ... " i I"1" brmun have not. but arc he mmnnl I ""V "f "J i niaaing tne seeond ""'r' I'osaeaaioa aiven aukiiii 1. Ao-
uitcmimg tne meeting oi tne norm car-
rend a paper during the present session
Mr. Fitch Taylor will conduct the
young men's meeting nt tlie Y. M. C. A.
to-night at 8.1ft o'clock. It wilt be
praise and promise meeting. It is taken
from I'snlm xcii. All young men art In
Dr. II. D. Weaver, sanitary Inspector,
is having I lie ircmlsrs of several persons,
who did not comply with his 1ft day's
notice, connected with the sewer at the
expense of the city. The cost will be
come Hen on the property until paid.
Two nlee front rooms In hi
ah central lora
-I.'., No. 0 Flint
, . i ,, :, i w.. ...... iinHiMin .or tnree mont
being removed. Jl'lJ"? fLd.I !.ra"kLn thf fnA. tl ,,""""0" "n,1AJ'V..,. . . i.
Thlrtv ve.r. an If a -,. U.A -1 ."'.I" "A '""""'-r- ueing aiiowen u,yludn. M
ii. . !...:.. n...L I. . " .wim.iniwum- snorting or tnnrrt I - -.
r"1"1" "T"" , ' in public to s,ak, she was made to sit rifles. Ten shou to each man to consti-
" 1 """ ic.Now ..u w.i. downi but .. . tatnl. .. w- in" a score.
- ' I aV I.: a!a J ... .
ra.it Hn .msi.i.11 iL st I n intra pnw oi niir aoiiara Will Itt I i..M ..... ii
r,il.tiel M T woman. ' iHtw tht nfc tt.m of fivt men. military .iVeV'.TVnd 'iZi from Haywood:
The morning .eilon of th. W. C. T. 0. ...owed tZ l it7, rinT Tnnii Z PK,VAT8 B"A"D'
Asacmniy wna opertea or Mrs. M. L I eacn man to constitute a score.
Wells by the reading ol tht Mcond chan- A fourth prise of fifty dollar, will be
ter of tht Revelation. E!t?.-UH-!f -"i, l"t"'arJf or civil,
Miss Gordon occupied tht Mcond half handle.- of J Tr nt. ? M .L ii.
nonr. witn a taut on luvemie work. The military nnc. Ten shots to each bub tn
thoughts prearnted were the necessity of "tituu More,
teaching childre. to recogr,l .11 sources
oi evu, to win tneir atuntlon by bright Crerdmoor target. Bull s-ere 8 inches,
cheerful attractions, to teach children I nrat ring 29 Inches, second ring 46 inches.
that they lire not for themselves, to I. rmner reguiaimn. will Dt governed
Lnrirt root, nlrv mnmi. hnMM notais Am.
ISf , MI Jirtl Mlllff.
Mia. Mary C. Reynold., nf at. Auiru.tlne.
norma. M ready to recrive pmnl. In llotnn,
at ner room., AO llailcy street. Test book.
or wiir nr rent.
Photo taller- over Law's store. Ilaye's
Patent skyllKhti parlor, nnd prlntlnic de
partment! commodious and raay of access
f Aauun, NKnKiN ai CO..
jnnedtf BB Houth Main street.
11 IK RBNT.
Th. store house No. 41 Houth Main .treat.
, ftf H, L. OtTDOUR, 88 PMtM Aiim...
July 1 Oil I m
H0TELsi ARMOND-HOTEL . BONN YCRESf
SKVL4ND MINERAL SPRINGS, N. C
KlKlst inilea Houth of Anbcvlllc, on the A. Jk H, Railroad.
New hotels, new cottaMrs, new furniture, beautiful arovaa. neat -.nl. .. .
48 MINERAL SPRINGS
White Sulphur. Alum, Mnxnesla. Iron and Koaora. Thoas secklna health and nk... ..
select society will not fall to vl.lt this pleasant resort and drink of Its healing waters.
E. A. LeVENE,
I street car lint.
July I ado-
Terms reasonable. On
MRS. J. L. HMATHItKH,
81. i'atton Ave.
i nc mimnor nas oncrca a rewaru Ol realist that ftwlv aa tKpv ha-a -w,lw . """" ""-Jii.iMn ruic. " AW n ana ou are required to I it their noil, and
$.00fo,th..ppreh.n.inof Robert L. "VhS"y ""1.' tewrTnecrteXrhrt VWiiSSISS - W.A r7.
McIt.r.whoi.charge..wlthtH. mur- n,U of tntchLr with report. 1 fflSffoHFpS-SaS ffl.T-U"
derofL. W.Cody In Madison county, from tht various organisation Ah ""'W , . . uscrj-? &SX:r,4 lk - ".l-J.-..., " '
Th. relati-t. of th. mnrdere.1 man offer orgBml, p. n. For further r-rtkr. addrea, TJUL JMtjmmm Jul, ,., ,.00, - T' 'M.Ter.
an additional reward of $100. .pir.tlonjt make. boy or girl proad aMTc zVV? A vpo.nian-. .hureh woman-pcrl-
J. L. Taylor. Of Washinuton. ncral to carry trea the .treamer. f . Iv.--. . nevi.aT.n. nWJMfA, ft. 10UU, UO., VI ., muaehlng and well ree.?mlne!,5ed.
- I " ... . . it-., i 1 - . .1 I main. a mtuatlnn In aehfwil . r.o :
- r ij : ,. air. ... . . ... . , w. - j ..... . ..
Thrns story rioiine.eontalnin. twrntv-thrre
rooms, In one of the moat de.lr.iii. location.
-lZi rli """"'"e 'or oonrnini: house.
u.-..u. -iv- nuHnHV apiuy to
. . . JUNKS ai JUNKH.
Real Kstate and Insurance. Room, u and 10,
.ii-n ana, A.ncyirt, n. C.
AnheTllle, N. C.
Near Paaacna;er Depot.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Manafacturers and Dealer, la all kinds of Dressed "
TMtmMlnr listing taxes Is rapidly draw.
"V 7 ,, . 1 -ml 'ere are many who ha
so far failed to make their returns. I.ct 1
Door, Hash, Billion, Moulding., stalrwork, Mantel, Bank
and Bar Fixture, and all kind of Buildi.s-r m-..-.
asr . mat . - --...
iiuru nootl Lumber VV-lr
nov 1 ril y Telenhana m. -a
wikM-iiMn HMvuk ui 4us iw rmina ina n wu luuiniMi eiiae m tmm wiiiatpvi'a . ... .. : i 1
Danvillt, W. A, Tnrk, of Raleigh, district birthday, Bept. 28th. th. W. C. T. da AMiiS rf tK 323" mmtMMS 35
passenger agent oi tne Mcnmona ana D.r vest nam. day, It tsitalil for tht lame. K. ntcner, Hccretary and Oeneral I I.I I A I I I H1 ffiri IT
Danville, and B. D. Hardwick, of Blf annual paradtday of the children; In tht r'""!? rity lot.king arbrr the - WX E A-G.,
nilngham, general paMenger agent of the txerrisetlet tht children briiig tht flowm ea... "
Mima K. tt Un.UIMl. f- .V" " "V'.nw"
lulyThdat r-u-nnoc.. a.
A WIND STORM
Ma, Come and go, but we arc Here to Hell ttooda and are
uoing; to Sell Them.
DID YOU HEAR WHAT WE SAID?
W. have straw Hats
Georgia Pacific Railroad arrived In tbc I and fruiu of tht tarth, and teach then
city yesterday and art at tht Battery how tht blened gifts of God wert pros- wVlr9!nlf ' J1 woma" .phyWan I.
.. Tt.. in j . -l . I ... ...... . ... . r IMrs. C. L. H.vrars. ncrntlv akwted aa.
, -. I w nr wv.muM.iir vi man. I -wrt.n. rAr-ri.. r.f IL. w I ... I -- m. . -,. . -. .
Mra. U.r, W-l- l-..lt .k. I A-1TJ" r ' "oru. s-frcet.
, . I lairaodi
while bert on budoeM and pleasura.
Money adranced on Watrhes, Uiamond.
aad varloM otkrr artidea
1 cant to SiImhi. . , . i . . .
T U A i . 1 .inam. low Hi Noel CHIBrr ISM u;
W. IS. K. ArringtOM, h"'--sthcm. M d T Uu.ru, nhlrtm, by th.. PHnta, Ola.ti.m-.
sc., ate., at any price yon would ask them, torn- all Silk Dras. Ooods IS eeats ose rd.
Would say more but this will eonvlaoe you.
Atihcville Dry Gooda Co.,
At old stand, 1st door below Pmauaaa Co.. Uardwan Mors.
Pilling teeth a spedaltv, al.o treating dis
eased .urns, and all dl.ra.es oert.lnln. t
. -..... ,,mcv rooms on I'
..T ' . ""r
ston. i. ....-