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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN : MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 1, 1800.
A PLEA TO SINNERS,
TIWT Pl-KHUNAI. KXPliK
ENCK IN RKI.IUION,
(sermon Yealerelay Morulnir bv
Rev. W. a. H. Bryan An KariieHt
(tcliolarly, ChrlHtliui DlHcourne
Thai all Mhould Head.
The iiuilicncc which have greeted Rev
Mr. Hrvnu since li is return trom his
northern trip have been most KiatilyiiiK
in nuinlier mul cliiirncter, jiulfjin,' by tl
lurno iiml nttentivc throng of listener
who filled hiseluirch on vvsterilav morn
iiiK- The health and mental energy
this deservedly popular 8eaker and pa
tor show the stimulating cll'cct of h
short vaeatiou, and he enters upon an
other venr of service lor his Hock unde
the most favoralile auspiees.
His subject on vesterday uioruing va
"Taste and See," 1'sa. 3 k S.
Mr. Itrvan read the text "II, taste tinil
sec that the Lord is good," and oene
Ins remarks bv saving, 1 here are man
ways ol proving that dull is good, am
it great deal of thought is exxuilc in
making tiiese pmot's clear and strong
Hut the I'salniist uses an argument differ
ent from the coiiimoulv received onci
when he snvs, '( I, laste and see that tin
Lord is good!' It is the argument of kt
soual experiences, the testimony ol asou
that ilsell lias tastcil that the l.onl
gracious, and that can say, '1 believed
therelore have 1 spoken.' And it is ai
effective argument, for whai a mail see
and knows for hiinscll he knows with
certainty, that surpasses all the coiiclu
sious ot logic anil iinilosophv. S
David in the midst ol tlx
Might and surrounded onlv bv hi
soldiers, could s.tv with n lerveut heart
ami out ol an abundant cxitcricncc, (
taste .Hid scv that the l.onl is good.
There is a iktsoiwiI exiR i ieiice of tin
gooiluess of Hod lor every one I hat Ilea rl
:i i.. .. . i i i-i i :.
lit V..M U iltVI. ,11V UBIV1, 1 li.IV Ki!iii I
not a mere system ot truth, not a code
morals, not a rule of worship, which w
must olicv; one may be orthodox in Ik
lief, blameless in murals, ilevout in lii
worship ami still Ik- a stranger to tin
gosicl, liecnusc he has no hts"H.'iI cxiie
rience ol its lilcssings, and annil a
religious -al his heart is untouched. Trm
religion, as expressed in the gosiK-!, isbu
the trie ami cordial intercourse Ijctwcci
two K-rsons, one the Holy tlod, mercilu
ami compassionate, the oilier llis erring
ami guilty creature. Cm two earthh
Iricmls liaveiutcreourse without knowing
il f It tun, l licit it is plain that wheuou
Father in heavin graciously draws on
souls towards lliiusell, there must Ik1
iK'rsonal exK-rteiKV ii lite fact, and th
heart must Ik sensible ol the prc-cnce
llis iiitlueuce. For example: intheensi
of a saved man thete is a transaction he
tweeu him ami Ins Saviour. He rest
up ill the IiiiisIkiI work ol the Saviour
ami ceases Iroiu lus own righteousness
while .he Saviour ml His pari enuagest
keep him iiom lalliug. ami present bin
Nameless Inline tlieihroiuol llis I'nllici
A covenant is uintle Ih1 ween them, nti
can two parlies make aeoniract withou
IhiIIi knowing il ? Is a transaction valii
in which one parly tiasiiociitiM-inus part
If not, there is personal exjKTieuce whe
the soul comuiils it.Mll tolln Ntvioiirnn
lecls the joy ol punioucd sin.
.Many such iMustralioi.s might lie givet
ol tile H'rsoiial experiince whtwh. in out
form or auoilur, is eijuved bv even
child ol tiod. It is not lor man lo ilit
tale the form in wliuli the cxt-cricinc o
his lellow man iiiusi run. Inn il is oiil
scripture trill h ami eoiiimon sense to sn
that in oik lorui or another there is in
exK'rieuce ol liod's gracious dealings ti
everv true iK-:icver in Jesus Christ, am;
everv one can sav as lite psalmist, "Conn
and hear nil ve that liar (aid, ami I will
declare what he has done for my Html.'
This siK-eial exiKTience is self-eviiletteiug
due who has lasted food knows that
taste without needing a dcscriplioi
Iroin another. Il he is hhml-lolilcd
mul bread is given him, he knows
iihiii lasting it that il is bread; i
tlesh lie given him he knows il is tlesh bv
the taste. So he u I104 xH'ricuccs the sal
vaiiou ol C.mI. knows it with a tcrtaiuti
and a deliniteitess that no arguuienl
eoiiltl convey, lie knows it because In
lecls it, he tastes the sweetness 01 it ami
he rejoices in the light ol it. He needs no
long anil labored argument upon tin
evidences of Christianity, he rcipiircs no
prootoftlte divinities of Christ Christ
and Christianity are real tn him Ihi;iiim
his soul is at peace with I 'mil through tin
tusK'l which Christ introduced.
This exKTicncc is freelv offered to all.
The I'salniist was in earnest when he ad
dressed men in general anil said, "tasti
mul see;" the I'rophel was in earnest
when he said, "Ho, every one that thirst
tth, eonie ye to the waters;" and the Sa
viour Himself, was ill earnest when Hi
said with cxipiisitc tenderness. "Conn
unto Me all ye that labor and are heavy
laden, mul I will give you rest."
So to-dav I sav to you Taste! I'riuk!
Kesl! Here is ihe Miead of I.ile, taste it.
feed tiHiti Him who died for you, and lei
Ilia death lie in the place ol your death.
Now to all this message is very explicit.
Taste! Hal! without waiting to examine
iirnnalye. Trv tiod, anil make exiKTi-
inrnt ol hi wondrous oiler. Lean hard
on His promise, and sec it he cannot hear
you up. Taste: and when von have
tasted, tell others what you have tasted
U'clare unto men what I'hmI has done lot
your soul. Taste! It is only n taste, but
enough for the imriKisct of the uresent
only the crumbs which fall from the .Mas
ter's table, and the henrt yearns for more.
Hut linrk. n voice from heaven sounds in
our ears to-day. across the waters Irom
that lonely islcol I'aunos, and down the
centuries since the Aposile John lived
ami the Tone shaking ol the coming
blessedness says, "thev shall hunger no
more, neither thirst any more; neither
shall the sun hum on them, noranv heat
l;or the Lamb which is i,i the midst ol
the throne shall Iced them, mid shall
lead them unto livnm lotiiitnttis ol wn
ters; nixl (tod shall wtic away nil tears
Port-cant till II a. m. Tiienelay
Fair. followed ly light ralnn In the
mihiiichh iioriivn 01 ine Biaiei
northerly wind Htallouary (em.
Miss Annie Gownn, formerly music
teacher in the graded schools, has re
turned to the city tor the winter.
The hoard of education met for u short
while this morning, and will devote the
rest ol the week to visiting the schools
Messrs. Wallace and T. 8, Rollins.
C. Smith, jr., J. I'. Sawyer, jr., mid T. 12,
Brown, jr., will leave (or Chapel Hill to
The county commissioners have hee
in .session all (lav. Nothing iinportan
was none, ine tune being taken up con
Miss Sue Cforec, of Iliintsvillc, Texas,
wlio has been spending the Summer at
Cant. McLoud's, left last night for Vir
ginia 10 visit iricuna.
Maj. YY. E. Hreese and Cnpt. C. M. M
Loud lelt today lor Saratoga, N, V., to
attend the numia.1 meeting of the Amer
ican Hankers Association.
Rev. J. M. Carlylc, formerly president
ot the Asheville I'emale College, will ar
rive in this city tomorrow, lie will he
the guest ol Capt. T. I). ohnslon.
The hoard ol directors of the Young
Men's Christian Association will meet ill
the rooms of the 1 ssocintion to-niirht m
o clock. A lull attendance is desired,
As the day approaches the excitement
increases about the grand html sale that
coinincnces on Wednesday. The I111u.lv
will sound the alarm from the Court
House Sipiare. Listen ! !
.n memiicrs 01 the V. ill. c, A. arc 111
viled to attend the monthly meeting ol
the association to-morrow niclit at
clock. In addition to brier reports a
nort address win ne given bv 1'rol. r. r,
Uiixtou on "Student Lite 111 Germany
lite Kcv. A. t. Kuckner, Intclv 01
VYadtshoro, X. C, preached at the First
rrcsiivterinn church Inst evctniiir. Mr
lliickner is a native of lluncnmhe county
aid has lx.cn hi the ministry about ten
t ears. He is on his wnv to his new and
important charge in Cy nt Ilia 11a. Ky.
Mr. llenrv Hardwicke left tn-dnv for
New ork, where he exiKets to enter
upon the practice of the Inw, with 11
view to ma King ins 1111 lire nollic in mat
eity. Mr. Hardwicke is a close student
and a courteous gentleman, and Till:
Citikx wishes him abundant success.
Rev. Ir. M. It. Wharton, imstorof the
li.iptisl churcli ol Montgomery, Ala., fir-
1 veil in the city .Saturday and took
00111 at Hattery Turk. He preached
blv and clooucntlv at French Iiroad
ll.iplist church on Sunday morning. He
et urns to .Montgomery the last ol t ic
111 ine -Mayors court this morning,
iseph liixon. Read He YntlL'lln. and
Joseph Ford failed to apiear to answer
to a charge ol gamming, ami lorletted
1 Ik ii' bond, J.'J.hii. lolm Noland wn
lined s..i Inr an assault. Will I'.rwin, las.
Keiiiiy, Henrv Johnson ami lien Ledlord.
trunks were tilled . each.
Among the arrivals at the Stvannnnon
Saturday and Sunday were: Mis Alice
Hams. Ninth Carolina; I. I). I'ickett
I'hil.idelphi.i ; Win. Locke, New York
M. Sinclair, rhilnilclohin: I. Lee Me-
1 :.i v 1-....I. . it- ,1. 1.
cum, -m-iv 1 01 k ; ii. ii, 1 crie: imr-
1. 1111. X. C: li. II. Itncot, St. Louis, Mo.
L. Holloii. Hosion; A. Ilaiuinond,
llallimotc; Mrs. J no. (',. Ilyuiim, M01-
jaiiton. .. C.J Mrs. J. M. lones, .New
The Winston lailv snvs: "Urn. Hob
Fiirmau. ol the Asheville Democrat, rc-
ciivvd ihirtcen vote lor the nomination
n the last liemoenitic .Ninth Congrcs
lioual Hislricl Convention reeenllv.
Whether ihcv took him for a "iH-ardlcss
youth" or a "hoary headed wise man"
is not known but one thing we do know
ml that is that he would hnvc Incn mi
honor to the old Ninth." That he
Registered at the ('rami Central S tin-
lay and Sunday were Mr. R. W. Invi.
W. M. Havis, Nellie lavi, Florida; Geo.
H. Sim the, Philip Sin y I he, Newark, (.;
Milton lllake, Mrs. kiinb.dl, Mt. Vernon,
nil.; A. Netz..ewnrk... I. : .MissStetfen.
harleslon, S. C; I. R. Simpson, wife
ml nurse, l-ort luoni, (la.; Robert W.
ivis. Miss Jessie Lee Havis. Miss Rosn
S. Havis, I'nlatka, Fla.j Miss Susie bus-
sey, ii.iiuinoie, .Mil.
Aniline the arrival nt Hatterv Park
he Inst two days are: M. H. Wharton
(Id wile, M. It. W harton. ir.. mid wife
Montgomery, Ala., C. li. Atkinson, New
ork; II. I., hinilh, Hiilttmnre, Mil.; li.
Carv, llostoll. .tin.: Stenhen Green
Huston; John II. Montiromerv and ton
sparlanbuig, S. C.j W. J. Kellev. Pitt
nirg, rn. A. M. Wheeler nm lam
'ensaeolu. Hn.J Mis. I. Wheeler. New
irieans; Mm I .Marx. .Norlolk, Vn., F. A
inn, I'aniiurv, Conn.
tni.oHKn v. m. c. a.
BUILDING ON A BOOM.
For the cure and nreventurc of
disease is the result of a lite long
study mid long; seriea of experiment
liv a plivsieinn. can at j, n. niorgnu
& Co's. iHiokstore mid sec the in
strument and a limit list of testimonials
Do not delay as the agent will Is; here
only a lew days.
Index lo New AdvertlMentenlH.
Wantrii Mrs Curtis.
Kns Sai.h Hlli'kliimrri.
Wantkih-L. A. Pnrlnholt.
JrsT Kkckivkii C. It. Moody,
Pink Nkkiii.k l'iiiass T. C. Smith - Co.
A competent seamstress who will work lijr
Ihe ilnv In a private family. Ailrtress
srptldNt Clllicn IJIIIee.
New nml very stylish 011k finished huek-
hiiiinl Also nlmnsl new wiitrrtnwn
pri ll(l. Aildri-KS H. II. PATTHKSIIN.
Ciirn. r Hillside nml Hast Slrveta.
septUileniHU mn. lie. Iri.
House. T rooms, fullv furnished.
I sinn 1st nf Oetulicr. Aipl.v nt
aulio Ik' i r.n iiiiM avk.
pilR HUNT. '
Nil (111 S. Main street. KilltiiMf fur fin nlhee
irsnmll alore. W M. J11IINSTMN, .IN .
aii.'lilillw as N. Main St.
Six room hmise in West Knit, from Sept. 7.
$1.1 n month. J. A TKNNIiNT.
ANTHII AT ONCIi.
A I.oiik l.lHt ofRealdeiiceH, HtoreH,
Ktc, UultiK up All Over AMhevllle
With the CoHt of Kach One aud
the Owner's) Mhiiic.
More building is nt present U ing done
in Asheville than ever lieforc in the his
tory of the city.
rite contractors nnd architects have a
muclins they can do.
1 lie lollowing list is not entirely com
pletc, ns several of the huilderi could not
take time to make out n itntenieut of
what they were doing, hut it will give
something or an idrn of what is' being
Mr. W, E.Riirkhnlderis building for Dr.
Hnrg.in, a house on Richmond Hill road,
which will coat $5,000; for Col. Frank
Coxc, a house on I'ntton nvciiue, at the
loot ol llattery Park lull to cost $10.
OHO; a house tor himself, corner of Main
and Cherry, to cot $5,.ri00; mi addition
to Redwood's store which will cost $1
500 ; a block for Foster Sondlev $12,-
000 j a house for M. J. Fagg 011 North
.Main street, to cost S.S.HOO: a small
house for Richmond reamon$l. OIK); nnd
two stores for C. E, ('ruhnm, which will
Mr. llurkliolder also has the material
ready to construct n house 011 Slnrncs
avenue, for Mr. Hohegnn,tocost$(i,000
lor Mrs. Hunt, a $4,000 houseonSlarnes
avenue; two houses lor Charles Stumes,
lo cost $1,500 each, on Slnrncs avenue.
nnd a house tor Mr. McDonald on Bailee
street, which will cost $".()00,
Mr. I. M. West nil lias nearlvcomnleted
tor capt. 1 no. 11. Johnson, a large three
story lilock on houtli Mam street, wlucli
will cost S 13,000; a frmiiv house lor Cant
lliiild in North Asheville. to cost $5,000:
and a $2,500 cottage for W. (I. Wolfe on
Mr. Westull is nlaorciiiodcliuulhelnrirc
nricK house on lite corner ol Chestnut
and Merrimon avenue, the improvement
in cost $2,00(1.
Mr. (. II. Kcvell is building two house
lor J. I.. Carroll, one to cost $2,500, the
titer M, .i0(l ; on Hinley street, a house
lor .Mrs. Walker, to cost $2,200, into
wlucli Col. L. M. Hatch will move, and
1 brick block for Dr. W. I.. Milliard, on
South Main street, which will coat $8,-
Avcrv Carter is building for II. H. Car
ter a large house on Chestnut street to
copi ?.i,ooii; 11 oiimung lorj. ,11. .llcxntl' I xiiaii. iV. TIIKASIt.
icr, 011 noiita main street ; a house in
West Asheville for Frank Chat. man. to
cost .-,.'oo; lias comi leterl a house, als
in West Asheville, tor J. a. Adams, cost
ing $.500. Mr. Carter i adding to
and rebuilding Captain Sawyer's house
on iinvwoon street.
Mr. lid. McDowell is liuihliin.' for W.
McDowell, on South Mains! reel. a house
and a liiirn. thccoinbiurd cost of which
win oc now: ti store lor loan Mcliuw-1 o 11.. u 11 .0
ell, to cost $1.4 1. niimilll.V OH rMlIWIMUIIH
Mr. M. L. Hullett is const riiciiiiu fori Mil win u l i-inf. .Inrsi i
1 U" 1'.. 1. 1. - 1.,.. ... .....1.. I.... ..... .-
... ... ....... ,..u 1 ,..1111 J1V.IO 1 v1 . .
emv street, the comhiued cost ol which Un'HIIl 1' mZ(TH, II ICr lOO
will be$2,..oo. and the parsonage for the ...... Tlmu.. ..-HI ull .1
A eomiietcnt auiK-rlnleiiilent for hrlekynnl.
One who unilerstanila kiluinu and a lirst
elnas burner. Apply tn I.. A. I'AKINIKII.T,
n 11 Mel.oud liuildinu. or by Inter tn I1.
11 11. ix flfl.i. uuan ii:u
At 1.1H Chi'Htiuit Htrrrt . Iiiriii1 Iioiihc nitli
well vtntllaUtl rootiiH, hot and cold hnth.
Inm-U. Afv Hiuh 1 tent tun. mar tar liii-.
Tern 1 11 avctiinuiu.jiitjnu.
A tv tlvr-Kallon cow, with mil two wtvk
Cow itmU'.ill' $M. Cow $l.s A.IlrrM
. O. Htt fWii Brill il.'U-
An t?lfiuit Iioiihc tn nnt; every conven
ience; very hiinttKoinely lurnUhcd: nhoiit n
nnk' from the court hoUHr, Atiplv to
nuK'-Mifl.'tl 1!H l'utun Avenue.
lloue with ! room nn1 ! acrra Inml on
IVavtriliiiu ronil, l'a itnhn fnim Couri
Sipiiirr. Apply to C. 8. CtHH'lCK, on thc
Irrinit4ci. nuK-t tf
J. M. TIIKASI
IN PRICES AT
BALLARD, RICH & BOYCE,
StuvcH and Tinware.
PLUMBING, GAS AND STEAM FITTING, SLATE
ANO TIN ROOFING.
FAINTS and OILS.
THE PASTEUR FILTER,
IN Al.l. Sl.liS I'lIK I'AMII.Y
ANII IHITHI. t'tiK.
liarantri'd lo Ix- ierlll Proof,;
Al.l. SIZKW KKI'T IN STOCK.
JUST KECEIVICD !
I'.piscopai cnuirii, wlucli will eo
iu cost. iiinn iiiki mm
TlicHtute FalrOclotM-r l,-lK. 10 111 1 llll IIHK'I'N'TS ll VH V (l( VII
Preparations for the acxtStnte fair are HIUl OVOr.V t II 1 HIT 1 1 1 )Uf H1H' If
IxinK vigorously pus! eil. A thoroiiKh (lUCIHl ( )llP ljl'Ct III lllllklll",'
idvertisint: canvas ol the Stale ha Ik-nili'HC l()V Ill'ICCH ist( IIUIK
mi. I'.xtensive nn.nrs anil improve
ment lollic liiulilinys.'inil improvement
lire lieuun. More spmr will Is; oroynled
r extniiitors than ever liefore. .pphea
ions lor space are rcreiveil hv the Sccrc
arv. Mr. I1. M. Wilson, mul fii-n I liiiii.
minis to the l.iii;est nnd most siucessful I IIHU'kl'tM
lair ever held at Kulcnth,
Real Ksitnle TrMtiNfterH.
Kii-hmoinl I'enninn anil wife l.i I.
T. Id. Hie, lot U4iJ7 on Velvet
lyase K Stamra and M-if- to w
French Mrnnd VhIIvv K. H. on Its)
Way lo ANlievllie.
The work of constructiiiK the I'rcnelt
IlniiiU Valley railroad i under lull swiiiK,
The contract was let August t, mid
even mile of road is already nearly
completed, Mr. II. M. Kamscur, of this
city, ! chief engineer nnd siiieriiitcndent
The road will run from the head of the
French llrond river to Asheville. At Mills
river, the road will ems throuuh Hen
derson county, to the Kutherford county
line nnd there connect with the Carolina
Henderson county hits npproprinted
JGO.IMH) toward construetinx the road,
ami nisi i nursnay, 1 rmisylvamn county
voted ,-,0,0(l( for it.
At present IH0 hand nre emnloved on
the road, nnd these will lie increased d(H
next week. The work now heiiifr done i
uet wren ni ins river nnd Henderson ville.
The French Broad Valley rnilrond will
connect ut Asheville with the Asheville
and Bristol rnilrond.
The rout from Asheville to Bristol de
pend upon the people along the line.
The mod will be in operation enrlv In
the print. The firt shipment of iron
tux bred ordered.
The Flrsil MeetliiK Well Attended
and Very F-romlMlnir.
Yesterilny afternoon, Mr. li. Stephen,
iriucipul of the Colored Graded Schools,
organized n Y. M. C. A. for the colored
iwopieoi Asnevuic. 1 lie meeting wn
held at the house of Isaac Dickson. Be
sides the pastors, tnerc were present thir
ty younji men mid women of thediffcrem
dcnoniiiiatioiis represented in the city
I Vol'. Stephen explained thcolijcct of the
association to be the moral, intellectual
nnd social improvement of its nicmlx-r,
ami nctiiiieil its methods ot work, it
privilege mid its rcsponihihtic. I'ntil
the association nets n buildimrotitsown
the meeting will be held every Sunday
alienioon ut sonic one of the different
churches, KncoiirnKing remarks were
made by the ministers and some of the
young men who promised their hearty
co.ocrution to make the movement a
success. Much enthtiiinsm was shown
by ull present. It is hoied that it will
last, mid that before lomr the colored
people will have a large and flourishing
nnnoviimon. t uvre i n crying, nee a lor
such un institution here, a great work to
oc none, and much good enn be aeconi
iilished. The officers of the association
urc: President, U. Stephens; secretary,
ii. ii. iirown; treasurer, Isaac l'ickson;
musical uircctor, miss tiailte lugn.
One round of tlie fire nlnrm will lie
struck every day nt 1 2 o clock.
JAMKH I'. SAWVKK, Chief.
faTDon't fail to see our new Pnllatoek.
i ne inrgcai ussoruneni In Asheville.
w hillock's Corner, lingle Block.
A Ureal acheine.
wecnll attention to the advert arment
ol Skvlnnd Springs where Mr. Miller
oners inn in oonrd at either hotel in
Skvlnnd virtually free. This is novel
WAV of liriinriilcr itiln hiiIim m n.u.
nnd while it is a very liberal offer it vf ill
pay In the end, a all judicious advertis
ing will. This offer hns already crowded
both hotel nt Bkylnml Springs and
brought into notice the fine mineral
aT Light weight ovrrconta In all ml.
or and grades at Whitlock's 46 and 48
South Main street,
room for n liiroMtock soon
to iiitiviv Our hu.vcr hih
tu;i no rT. Mr. TIi.kI Tlmisli
will It'iivc for tlio Xorlliciii
iiiiiiki'tM iiliout the 1st ol'
September to purcluiHe, di
rect from lieiHlmuii'teix. oih
of tlio liirirest, luindsoineHt
7.:i7immi una moKt. coiiiilet' HtoclvH o!
Xud.lerih. lot on Hi I street nfx IIIIH K1IKI CVef DroilIir TO YV ,
AI I "on ihi I vr ii ii ...in a. t t
W. II Owvannd wife lo 0. H. Or. i. It Will rOllHIHT, Ol UI'(M!K-
j tT'Sinnirj Mii: 'ry n"l Hw FuriiiHliiiiic
Kie;,!::nd0!ti'vVa,;i n-m ' ','' linim-lii. fine
i en nii'i 1'iiiiii-r tx'is, will
kinds hric-n-hriM' ; eleirnnt
presentM, riuitiihle for wel-
dinir, birthdii.v or for your
"best" r : fine n mi common
City editor (ihiMHwnre, Silver Tinted Cut-
Nothing Siecial ,.ry Hn( (011)11)011 ('lltlerV
, 'rl.Kbal VnneH. Unsketn. Lami
l il l jSIB
irom Tiie ciiaMHt uuihh to
ilim-a II MerHinonlnT.il Colih
nnd otllera. lot on llsrtli-l Kt n.OiMI.OO
, i.. hwthm ami line ti j. a.
MurdiH-h lot nrnr Marnes Ave
Routine work New nimrter "Anv-
thing lor me to do to-dav :
(New lork daily I
Just walk up nnd down
write up the pnvenieiil
ew lork weekly.
HobMon'H Choice, to tlit' tineHt Pnrlor. .Inp-
lloth to Ik- Avoideil-Amv Ito her I milleU OIKl .M-llllllMHl 1 lllWtll t
brother Jack, a tnilorl" Would vou nnd tlliltlV ntlief nunfiil niwl
rnther goto concert orto the temperance ,. ,., I nif w.luu' u-ln'nli
meeting to-night, lack?" lack-"Thafs P1 "ttnienUU nitlCleH WlHPll
n poor enmec lor n sailor, isn't it .1 fJHlfH lOI'lHUH IlieilUOIllII";,
(iiiallorn watciniiout ?" West Shore. With nnrnlreiwlv lin-ira utnnl-
The Dally Cltlacn. I ttllH Wlllenill) 0 UH t()lH lU'lld-
I nlwnvs alive to the interests ol
Asheville nnd its people. V""";""V ""'"" "
Is the most iKipular advertising me- lllHH OI "OOUH UIKl JIT priCCH
dium in North Carolina. tllilt Will aKtOllihll 'OU. We
Is rend by a greiitrr numlier of jieople nrp n()w j luifter IiOHitintl tn
thnn any other scetilnr paper in tlie , ,,ww 111 ,ln r P1"0'1 TO
SState. imnintJ Jim t llll II lienJWIOn.'.
Is nlwnys filled with the choicest rend- Our I'll t)i fill iMirtiuitop ntwl hv
wZmJ";?"! n .. ....... . iNTHflll lllv hlliin.r tin. flnn,l
nonroing nouses nil ineir room oy an-1 .. ---.
venising in ine i-itizkn. uintv lb KlVl'H vou tilt; IM1
News, nnd al the news, makes tlwClT- vtllltnow mul lw.nr.rlt if von
i.uu ,.,, i r.. ....: I - ---- - r -- v ' n
No retail merrhnnt vr mail. . nni Will Onl.V deill Wltll tlH. We
success without ndvertising. Try the keep the celebrntxHl Charter
An advertimentin tl Cturm pay. ?,toV8 ad rt,W'H V'!1 '
the advertiser nn hundred-fold. Wire (lUIIZO OVer UOOTH, Whl(;ll
- we nro offennor very none
uo not loriret the reducm
pricPH. Come and buy what
Wheleaala Price on Frail Jam.
, . b
nv ine nox oniv: ininri. vu cents oeri i ...t.;i- a - 1 1
dnxen ; one half gull .ns.OU cents doin. KLV11 WIU. I,,ey "lHC-
Cnh only. No-v is the time to make I IlllIIKIIlir VOU for Pllst fllV-
up club, nnd save money. Alwnys low. oi'H n ml Holieitincr viiiip nut
est prices at Lnw's, on iiouth Main St. 7 ' """CIWHg JOlir HXr
i uiiiiKir, ive urw juurs very ro-
rw iiit.a, iivw run cii l lea, nisi re mtuuitiii lir
ccived.cnllnnd see them at Whitlock's 1 "'""'
n nnd 4H South Main street. THAI). W. TIIKASiI Si l!(l
nt-The nnnouneetnrnt nf th mmi.ll. - CKVSJTAL PALACR,
mentury germnn to the orchestra at the I'1"1"" Ave., under Orand Opera llnuac.
Hattery I'nrk on next Friday night will
lie received with pleasure by all of our
ovievy loving loiaa.
taf Bov and children' rlnthinir n
Fall Styles, now arriving- at Whitlock's
Clothing House, nnd H South Main
Ootd, Mlvrr, Ivory, Oak, Ollt and ComW-
oatloa Moaldlnas. Ainu Room Mooldlnia.
Pictures Matted, Moaatrd and framed at
A Had Railroad Wreck lm" BB wnn tr"rnled. Bngrav
occurred several days ago on one nl ou ,,"u" d vl"
most importnnt trunk lines. NoIkxIj "
teJT&JXB Z ESTABIiOOK'S,
But one. Sold hv dilm. M.rl. k. li
W. Roundtree & Bros., Richmond. Va. M B,,, AataCTlllc.
WWe carry the largest stock of men's I fl.. fl I? A..aM..M
wear in Asheville.. Whitlock's corner. "liiuu,
nngie mock, to ana South Main
street. mo we fri,
A New Koad lo Mllaa.
VROKOM md-Z DKNTMT.
Pilling teeth a prelalt.v, also trratlnu dl-
eaaeti aiima. and all cliaraM MrfiMiH
If ran are wise and lih tn hnvim. !h' d,nUI tnwr. Offlc rooms an T'at
..i.V .!i.Jr- Jf " "". over Maysor amlth'a drag
healthy and wealthy also, you will use
Roller King or Electric Light flour! be-1
cause the Asheville Milling Company's LlndaCT'sl Guide Book
nuur is noiouiy toe ucsiout inecneaoest. I to W. W, C PrlCC S Cta.
A mtri'i.v op
AMI A I'KltSlI LOT IIP
Louidvillc - Cement
FI R E WOOD
Cl'T ANII MI'I.IT KUAPV I'OR l'8H
C. E. MOODY.
Office No. 30 Putt 011 Avcnm
TKI.KI'IIONK NO. 40.
Vnnl an.l Warehuiiar near Depot.
ASUHVILU-: A OVEN TISEMENTS.
ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1890.
tn uumitittea nut leas than one ton at laetory
In iMiniilities not leaa thnn one half ton at factory
.100 imunila, ail tickets, Id poumli. each
1100 ., 1111 10
700 -JH ' L'!V "
7no " 1.1 " So "
tnoo in ' mo "
Tickets In ilnlliir pnekiiKe anil any iiiioitit.v of lee may be obtained from driven -j W
our oiliec for cash i r tick. is. S'
Atilievllle Ice &. Coal Company,
Telephone No. 36 and 40. No. 30 Patton AvenutJ
B EST AN Tl I II ACITE COAL
- - Kor Kiili- nt WlinU'imlt nnd Ki-tiiil hy W
ASUEVIIXK ICE AND COAL COHPAM
Telephone 36 and 40.
ItxeliiHin Ani-nts 1 Moiiustlc and Steam I lor Weatern North Carolina.
LIIWI8 MAI1III X. I'm
I.. I'. Mcl.Ot'U, Vicc-Pres.
I. B. KANKIN, C'ubht
Oirkctobs: lwia Muililui, M.J. Uenrden, M.I. Pagg, J. B. Moakln, J. B. Kav I h .
8. H. Kecd. lieo. 8. Powell, C. M. McLoud. "J.J K. Km
- WESTERN CAROLINA BANK,
oraauiicd Mav 1st. IHHM.
CAPITAL, $50,000. SURPLUS. $20,000'
Dot a Oencral Hi.nkinii Rualnrss. HejK.aiu received. Bxchanac bought and aula.
lertiona made on all arceaaihle puinta. The Hnving Feature will receive special altrimm.
Onall sums In this ilepartrueni, iicposltcil fnr four montns or longer. Interval nl the m
of per cent. er annum will he paid.
Special attention given tn loans on real estate, which will be placed lor long tltui
Open Irom u a. m. to 8 p. m. On Saturdays the Huving Hepartmeut will beoprnnll ti ..
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTOR!
217 Haywood street.
AllWATliR THOHOI UH1.V FILTUHliU OU the Premlnc,,
ComiMiund Oaygin and Meilleated Balaam
Vapor has proved more ueeessful In the treat
ment of dlaeasesnl Ihe nuse. throat and lunga
than all other remrillca cnmlilntd. It selilom
tails In any ease of Asthma. We have cured
many people In the lour years we have been
In Asheville hn had given ap all hope Call
at ouroffliT and we will aire yuu their name.
We alao make a apri-lalty of diaeaaes of the
rectum. If yon are alttlcted with Piles come
and set relief. No pain or luas of time from
bualnesa. Relief obtained at once, and
return, as we make a radical rare.
BALKAN! ANII OXVOBN IIOMU TKUAT-
We hare a home treatment that I very ef
fective m u disease, of Ihe air passage. We
have preavrtld hundreds of thna hmat
treatment nnd sent them In every Mtatc la
the I'niim and some wonderful cares have
A small pamphlet, descriptive of Asheville
and alsoesplalnlna nar treatment, sent Ire
nn application. Also a Hat of question coe
with each pamphlet that everyone should
have liefnre scndlna lor boms treatment. The
questions when properly answered enable ns
to make correct diagnosis of rack eaa.
We have treated aaany handrrd rases with
the Compound Oiydcn and Balsam and have
never had a eaa to havt hemnrrhaire from
lunm after taking the treatment.
Don't let your prejadlce keep yaa awav.
but com andciamine for yourself. Better
aacrinc prejadle than your Ilk. Consulta
Offlce over Coshy' lewelry more, near
Orand Central Hotel, Pattoa Avenue, Ashe
ville, N. C.
T. J. HARUAN, M. D.
Twenty-live yenrs nl pruetieal eH-rirnee, eomlilned ith rnssoKSL altention to all
tans of the bualnesa aud periect arranecmrnia tar ci.kjini.inkiui and ri'mTV ol all
manutactnrrd. ensiltl'- thr pmpru tor in ptvKnit tu hiu nutarruu patron it auorrior cIdm
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphons.
ilinuer AU aud i.iuihe vannu ilnvors 1,1 xoliA WATHK ready for shipment ami d. lirnrt
frer inSCityllmlta, Out 1.1 town ordera;muat have kspinsihi.k relerence.
C. H. CARIPBKa.L.
MOUNTAIN PARK HOTEL & COTTAGES
HOT SPRINGS, N. C.
RocniM in Cottage. Upon the Grounds With
TABLE 1JOA1U) AT HOTEL.
z .T-pRICES FROM
$12.00 TO i4.oo
P ER WEE K.
A BUILDING LOT OR ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS IN HOTEL BOARD FREE,
In the New aud Crowing mountain Keaort,
(Nenr Asheville, N. C, nml niljoininir the Vumlerhilt Bstnte.)
..1.1 '"My '"'" the plot fur $100. Vou act a Warranty lieed
!i . r'r?.1' "''e'l'tfor SllHl. with ten coupon, nllaehcd, each euu
.S .! i . ?fi",,,H",. ' "U'K' "" ,l0 c"ch Payment fo. boaml at
Hotki. HT Asm iKH-ma'an.
IIotsi. IIIISWCNKST oH-n now
Pavilion Hoinh Im-ihu
ThrseeolllM.na nrrv I r,.,ikn.H.BHibA. .i-i- .in. . r
m.u - - .,.n,.,,u, uiiir.iiii kit vninmriaiiic,
..J !,"V.UV,f,,r.iro"rvho,l'eof cutiful buililttiK lot;you
"11 st 1 ,,mk n N,I i ""ve thrcr yenra to do no In : yon enn
m-11 the cuuito m to mmtc one c(k if until., not nr thrm ; nnd at or tetor the
end 01 three yenm your lot will le worth from 30(i to ilx or tnoie.
Tk Train Ont
jRntea from f.'IO to $M) per month,
OTIS A. MILLER, ;
I .io A. M.-farc as cents-or rlv
I'HHO. KI'Tt UIM'.H. city Arent, an Pntton Ave.
SKYLAND MINERAL, SPRINGS, N.'c
KlRhl miles) (south of Aahevllle, on the A. Jfe f. Railroad.
New hotel, new cottages, new furniture, beautiful oroves.ncat teanla and croquet lawns,
whit -ih 48 MINERAL SPRINGS.
White Hnlphur, Alum, MnancaU. Iron and llpaom. Those seeklnii health and ulcnaun. nnd
select society will not fall to visit talf pleasant resort and drink of iu healing- waters.
E. A. LeVENE,
Aahewllle, N. C.
Near Paaacntccr Depot.
P. A. OEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Manufacturer and Dealers in all kin, la nl Dn.i 7
Door, ttaah, Dllnda, Mouldlnira, Htalrwork, MautcU, Bank
and Bar fixture, and all kinds of Bulldlnir Material.
Hard Wood Lumber Wi-k
nor ldtv Trlrphona Mo. .
WE ARE GOING TO MOVE
TO NO. 31 NORTH MAIN 8TREET ABOUT Aiir.tisT 17.
And until that date will sell all aooil. at 10 wr cent, on cost Vou will do well to take ud
vanlair of thr low price.
Jual see our lar Towel at lUVt et and be happy.
Don'tforsjetl Look out and look la I
t)ur Hi Inch Table Linen at n els.
Aaheille Dry Goods Co.,
J. O. U9WSLL, slaaactr.
. ' .Ai. -ivJ.iJwMa,, a ..-K.U-VilS'Ui.ii-: -.'i!.Si.ji
dw- UiJ trri