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REV. M'NEELY DUBOSE.
AHMTKACT OK HW MiRMOS
A Practical. Helpful Discount
That Can toe Applied Willi irolll
to One1 F.veryday Life.
Rev. McNtely lluliosc pri-nclii'il a very
interestiiiK sermon yesterday moruiiiK at
the BpiHeopal church to a la rue coiiKie
gitticm. The text wns :
ohun VII. part of the UMh verse : "And
Joshua said luntn Achnnl why hunt tliim
troubled usr The Lord shall trouble ym
thin ilny. Ami all Israel stoned him .villi
Hy n miracle Owl had Riven the ".rent
city Jericho into the lunula nl 'His Hoile.
nml with thin wiindci I'ul victory came
the temptation to think that milliinw
could resist the tinny ol Israel. Hut near
to Jericho was the little city ol Ai, which
must also In-taken. Over conliilciit iiml
pulled up the scouts reported that two
or three thousand men could easily cap
ture it. Hut the nun ol' Ai ilclcuteil their
careless adversaries, ami slew many ol
them. Then the heart of the ieiiplc In
came as water and Joshua cried Ul'oic
('oil and said, "( I.onl. what shall I say
when Israel lurncth their hacks licliuv
their enemies?" Ami Coil told liiiuili.il
this deleat was Ikc.iusc ol' Israel's polu
lion. So all Israel came liycoiuinaud, li
the "lot ol the Lord," and Achau. (lie son
nl I'nrnii, ol the trilw ol Judah was
Hiiuteil mit as the guilty one. lie hail
coveted and taken ol the spoils ol 'Jericho
"11 gimilly Ilaliylouish (jannenl, and '.'oil
hcekcla ol' silver, and a wcilgt'ot' jiohl,"
though t'od had cnminnmlcil t lint every
thiiiK m-iisli with (he city. Then was il
that liieKuilty man was sinned wilhoul
Now it is ipiile poKsilitethat Achau way
deeply sorry when his sin was lutnitl oul.
and ii he truly rcK-nleil, I know ("oil Inr
;ave him his sin ; I'lit he did not escape
puiiishiueul. This then is the lesson foi
us. (loll does, ive. must exact the lain
ally due to wilful sin. lie is a just
('id, who cannot lie, and lie said
"The soul that siuueth it shall
die," not die everlastingly. hut
must sillier for, or die in so far as its sii.
is concerned. I'mil is the Lord of nature,
and what do we sec there? l-.vcry vio
hit mil carrying snflcrinK iiIoiiji with it.
1 1 makes no ilinViciicc whether a man
falls into the lire or dclilierntcly puts his
hand in. the burn is the same; ami as tin
scar ol the healed hum will go with a
man to his crave, so the sear of the lor
uiven soul w ill tell of sin and sull'erinu.
St. I'aul teaches this plainly when he
says that every man's work shall Ik
Hied by lire, anil even it his work Ik
burned, and he siillci s loss, yet he hituseh
shall Im; saved, so as bv tire.
I would say then, that ('mi's loruivc
ness docs mil 'make n man as ihimuh In
had never known sin, but takes liim
wounded and maimed and uivesliim thai
(Kisition of K.ice and joy which Ins hit
has made linn lit to occupy.
Illll necrssarv as is the lesson of the in
dissoluble connection IkUvccii -hi anil
sullerinj,', yet the lesson of Achan's pun
ishmcut is to teach us thai (iod will
make the sin ol one man sometimes to
clVccl a whole coinmuniiv, and I li.it i.o'
reipiires every man in the cinniiiiinity to
take his post in the puitinc. ilou n ol sin.
l-'or the sake of the example "l lid noi
siiul out the criuiiu.il to Joshua in .1
simple way. but il was done publicly
that every one beholding the marvelous
way in which I he crime w.ik hroiijjil
home to ."he uuill.v line, step bv step,
would be forced to lay : "Who ihcu can
ever lie hid if he irausuress the law ol
this most uiiuhlv I'.oil HI course tin
lakiuu of lots luiuhl have Ikxii IkIoiv t hi
attack on Ai.bul ('mil knew Israel ikviIiiI
this lesson ol deleat, lor (lie very words
of the scouts show over loiiliilcncc. Al
ready (hey had forum ten that Jericho
had not lallen by I lit ir sword, lint at I hi
blast of tin-t! iiiiiM sol lliepriesisol ( od.
they liliist li-.ii 11 linn 1 1 1 us- early in I In 11
wailare that not even a little city like
Ai could Ik- taken wihout the help of tin
Lord. And us Israel did, so do men to
day. When a Jericho is Ik lore ihcui.
tin y cry lo, and lean on Coil's nrm; Inn
when victory comes, and a little city islo
lir taken, they hiruel Him who oul
uivelh us the victory llnoiiub Jisus
Christ our Lord.
Kcireiuls-r hie is made upol lil 1 te ihiuus.
There may U' I ml one Jrikho to lake,
but an hundred Ai's; and il will not
prolit to lake I lie one ureal cilv. and lice
iK-lorf the many small ones. Sick liod's
help then, in all things.
Hut why did I '""I make all Israel sutler
for the sm ol one man 'This il but wli.il
we see every day in lite. There is no
one, who al some time docs
not sutler lor another's sin
The embezzler uocs lo Canada with his
boot v. leavinij Miverlv and snlleriuK Ik'
hind him. Many Miller from Ihe bilter
ness of their Icllow-incn. We sutler in many
ways, and we think ourselves innocent;
but are wc as innocent as wc think ? If
innocent in oneeasc.arewesoiuanother?
I'll we consider the way wroinj is done
our fellow-man by our hasty, ill consid
ered words; hyouruuchritiuucxnmpli?
The sin of Aclian was doubtless fostered
by the constant talk ofllieuood of earth
ly Missessions, and the hardness ol liod's
command in (irdcrinuullthiuusdcKUiivcd
but the idolatrous eit v. Achan's sin was
then Israel's sin.
And il is even so to-day. We condemn
the defaulter, and yet in t lie siuhl of Coil
it may be that our crate for wealth, our
praise ol the excellence of shrewdness in
business, hn vc liccn the causes ol this
TouiiK man's wreck. Im welliinkol these
thinut, anil alter our lives, and ha vc mure
patience and forgiveness? When then wc
suffer WTouc at another's hand, look at
iiuec to see where we make others to suf
fer. Cod would have men know and
feel responsibility, not only for themselves
but for their lellowmeu; anil as sin 1 the
ureal eurse nml enslaver of the world,
christian men owe it to Coil and to hu
manity to do nil thill lies in their lower
tn put down sin, and in certain Huurant
eases mere must lie visiinepunisiimcni ny
the ieple and lK-forc the eve of the ieo
pie that they may 1st rest rained fromevil.
The individual may not now execute
the Inw nuainst ouciidcin, hut it is the
christian's duly always Iooimibc 11 nil de
nounce iniiiuitoiii practiirs wlM nevcrand
wherever tliey come in siuhl; lor tins is
sin HKint the saviour, ami auainstnur
selvrs. We are too careless in this duty, nml
christiun men could do much il they would
nnly take n stand for (lad and for riuht,
not to nlenae men. or indiilue self. Chrts-
tinn men could stop the production of
nil thnt was unseemly in our theatres
mid plays. They could frown down the
immodesty or society ilressso universally
winked at. They could do much to
ward slopping the publication of evil
nnrl hisoiiou books, mid the many
eamlahius item which, findiiiB nlace in
our pnis-rs, come dailv Iwlore tfie eves of
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Olir wives ami uiiiiinersi iimvii nr
wnrds reKulntiuu those usnire of society
which nre not in accord with the hiuh
tnndardsof onr religion, and which wc
rienlore but Ho nothiutf to prevent. For
time tliiuu (iod will punish n. They
are our (ins since wc permit them to k"
unchnllcntfrd Isrfore our eve. We nre to
nlrnse (iod. and to do riuht. and it Is n
blessed taint to have (iod with us in the
battle of life whether we stand Delore
Ai or Jericho; and (iod reipiire thnt in
our fiuht we cast a stone lor Him when
occasion come. Only be (urc you nre
castiuc the stone for the Lord, not for
self; for principle mid right, not for prej
udice and opinion.
We have promiseil not only to eoniess
Christ erucilicd, but to fiuht under His
banner nuaiust sin, the world and the
devil. Hut have we so fouujil, (lod lie
inu our hclier? Have we east n stone
always auaiust tlauraul violation of
Cod's command ? Are wc not too often
Achaus ourselves, compromising in our
riuht, und with the uccurcvd thing in our
Kememlicr Achnn how he suffered and
made nil Israel to suffer.
ForecuHl till ft h. m. TiifMtliiy
l oir, Htnliuiiary tviimeratiirc-, lol
liincil ' lit-sxlav lv rain mid cool
er eaNlerly IiicIh.
There were seventy arrivals al theClen
Nock yesterday and Saturday.
Dr. C. A. (iarratt has arrived in the
city and his card will he found in our ad
Mr. llarrv Williams kit this altcrnoon
for riiiladcfpliia where he will sK'iid the
Mr. A. M. Carroll will have charge of
the V. M. C. A. during Mr. Anderson's
A marriage license wusissucilSatunlny
lo James K. Mauck and Mary Literal,
Imili ol IIiuicoiiiIk-,
Mr. li. Lopcr llailcy, mayor of I'alatka,
I'la., and a promincnl bank olliccrof (hat
city isal Miss Massnl's on llailcv sljecl,
Mr. II. P. Anderson, secretary of the
V. M. C. A. has gone to Kansas to visit
his mother. He will Ik' gone about two
Mr. M. II. Anfrecht. ol Kalcigh, the
leading interior house furnisher and dec
orator is in town stopping at the Mat
The funeral ol Mr. W. W. Sabin, who
died l;riil. iv niuhl of consumption, look
place this afternoon. The remains were
interred at Riverside cenic(cry.
Miss Charnic drown, of Cincinnati,
who has been visiting her friend Miss
Hunt lor several weeks, left loi home Sat
urday altcrnoon. .Miss drown made
many warm friends while in Aslicvillc.
At the Swannaiioa are stopping Miss
M.iiilec l'oK-, Miss Minnie I'ok J. II.
Pope. Austin, Texas; . II. Weinc. Kich
1110111I ; Miss Minnie llovt, Lugcduic; J.
. SHTglct. Ilaltiiiioic; K. Ixagou, W. II.
Ucagan, I Irccuville.
Il is slated 011 good authority that this
i going to Ik- a had year lor oysters
aol Uvansc they have dchber.ili.ly done
.my thing lo merit a malign late but Ik
c.uise thev arc uiicoiiuiiouly ial, well lla
vorcd and abuuilaul.
Kegisicrcd at the Crand Central Satur
day and Sunday were; Miss Stiffens.
Charleston: Miss oe l-'leteiier and dr. M.
II. l-leieher. I'lcU-'hci. N. C : Kog. Welter.
Il.illiinore. Mil.; J. II. Smith, liallucy
City; W. A. drown. Spartanburg.
The police did some yood work Satur
day and Sunday. Calvin Johnson, uo.
Mkeii, John Stockton, M.iitin liutluic.
Win. Stockton, I'.ivid Killou. Ilcorgc
llali button, lien l.cillonl, drunks, were
cHchtimil live dollars this morning by
The Muiphv lliiilciiu sas: "Messrs.
.. II. Islsll. o'l Aslicvillc, K. S. Klakel.t.
o Lolimilii 1, S. C, Mr. Jacob, of Knox
villc. Il.iss I'ii kcv jinil John Mcroucy, jr.,
ol (his place, engaged in an evening iox
eh.ise I. isl Salimlay night. While the
i.-kv was a close 01. c, Hrer 1'ox is slill al
Messrs. (iwvu .V W-sl are determined
that (he large numlK-r ol K-ople desiring
to purchase Aslicvillc rail cslalc shall
h.ive an opHiriuuity, as w ill Is? seen hy
relcivncc lo Till. Cliii 's adverlisiug
eolmuus lo-day. They are undoubtedly
ollcriug some very valuable proicrty,
and it run want to go in w here every one
who lias ventured has drawn 11 prize,
(his is an exccllciK chance.
Among (he arrivals Saturday and Sun
day at the HaUcrv Park, were: li. W.
Ilcindou. I.wu lilinig; Mrs., and Miss
I lei moils, Salisbury; Walter M. Pillion
and wile, and k.iliieiine I'atloll. Phila
delphia; II. A. Illackburn. Live ( ak, I'la..
Mrs. II. 15. linger, Miss li. linger, Mo
bile. Ala.: Miss li. Morris. Ardeii, N. C.
Miss A. linger. Mobile, Ala.. 11. li. Crab
tree, Kalliiuorc; Trunk Preston, Kuox
ville; II. Ilelter and wile. Kichmoml, Vn.;
A. A. Wdcv, Montgomery, Ala.; Leon
Woodson, jr., Philailclphin.
Heath of Mrs, Malillllon.
Mrs. J. A. Hamilton, of Cleveland,
(I., died Sadinlay night at Mr. I Uni
son's on (irove slrect. Mrs. Ilmnillon
has Iscn in this section of l lie country
several mouths struggling against that
dread disease, consumption.
The remains will Is- taken to Cleveland
Wliftlemile rlcen oil Fruit Jnrn.
Ily the box only: quarts, "a cents kt
doen; one half gallons. '.Ill cents dozen.
Cash only. Xo-v is the time to make
up clubs, iiud save money. Always low
est prices at Law's, oil South Main Si.
At J. N. Morgan & Co s. iHiokstorc
cures allcelions ol the lungs and throat.
HX. Mr. I-' K. Melutvre, who is well
known for his siiierior workmanship,
and Mr, C. li. Moodv. who sell ihe very
liest brands of I'orlland cement, have as-
siKinleil lluinselves to make n sK"eiallv
of laying concrete sidewalks and lire pre
pared to take contracts to do such work
111 the very Ik si manner. (Illicc HO Pat
ton 11 venue, telephone 4-0 nml 7,'i.
A (Ireal Mchellie.
We call atteiilion to the ndvcrtisenieut
ol Skvlund Springs where Mr. Miller
oilers $tll in hoard at either hotel in
Skylaml virtually free. This is a novel
wav ol bringing into notice anew resort,
ami while it is n very lilwral oiler it will
pay in Ihe end, us all judicious adverlis
iug will. This idler has already crowded
both hotels at Skylaml Springs and
brought into notice the line niinernl
At J. N. Morgnn He Co's. bookstore
prevents coniagioii ami cures nisciisc.
A llMtt Mallroad Wreck
occurred several days ago on one ol on
most initKirtiint trunk line. Nolxxh
hurt hut nil the baggage except the
Kollcr-Triiy Trunks was smashed up.
Huv one. nolo bv dealers, jvintie nv 11.
W. Koundlrcc & llros., Kichmoml, Vn.
A New Hoad to llll.
If you nre wise nml wish to In-come
healthy nnd wealthy also, you will use
Roller King or lileetric Light flour; lic-
causc the Aslicvillc Milling Company's
Hour Is not nnly t lie lies t nut tiicciieapest.
Illrt. for live hundred an font snd one hun.
dml Ul l'nnt poles drllrcred hy Be)t I Nth St
Ashrvllle frrlKht depot. Poles to IX peeled,
sound and trnliht. and six Inches In illsms-
tcrsttop. Aililreia a.j. lvmia,
scptddlkwlw .y . Asbcirillc, N. C
VOIIJll HJLJM2J liMU A VA . l.JaX1 J.UUilJ-'iix " uiini - " i r
HMcrameiiln of Bapllam and the
l.ord'M Supper Adniliilnlered.
At the Kirst Presbyterian eliureh yes
terday morning the sacraments of hnp
tism and Lord's SupK-r were adminis
tered. Two infant children were ha
tized nnd there were eight additions to
I lie church. The sermon was preached
by Rev. lr. IVipps, from the words, "lie
restorcth my soul," nnd it was made
clear that the divine order was not first
work then rest as some think, but fust
rest or refreshment and then work, ami
thai (lod rctreshcth ever the lite of them
that trust Him.
The Rev. dr. Smith, of llranil, ami the
Rev. Ir, Plnnkett, of Auunsta, (la., both
participated in the services, after which
the communion was administered by the
Rev. dr. Adger. dr. Adger was in his
caily ministry a missionary in Ihe Inr
east", and later was professor of licclcsi
aslical history at Columbia, S. C. His
exposition ol the nature ol tliesncrameut
was impressive and thorough. The 1111111
bcr of couiimniicaiits was the largest
ever seen within the walls of the church.
In tin rille contest Saturday the llris
lol team with a score of seventy-four
won the first prize; the Aslicvillc first
team and the Kuoxville first team lor
Ihe second prize, each milking seventy
two. They divided the money. Aslic
villc second team won the third prize bv
a score of sixty-six.
In the afternoon Knoxville made a
score of loll out of a possible l'-'.'i and
look the first prize; Aslicvillc with a
score ol ninely-eight took Ihe second
prize, and llristol got third prize hy 11
score of ninely-three. That conlest
ended the tournament.
We had a very pleasant call from Mr.
li. LieUrman, of Raleigh, lie is genernl
agent for the Pcnn Mutual Life Insur
ance Co.. ol Philadelphia, one of the
companies in which Mr. Shuler was in
sured, and Mr. LielKTinan came to Hick
ory to put in Mrs. Sharer's hanilsuchcck
lor $.-,! mm 1, the amount for which Mr.
Shuler was insured in his company.
lie tells us that the proofs of Mr. SI111
Icr's death were received on the 'J.'lrd and
l lie cheek lor the payment ol tin premium
wns made out on the L'Sth. This is the
iuickest work we know of, nml Mr. Lieb-
erman says tins is (lie way ins company
has Ik-cii doing ever since 1SI-7.
li. LielK-rinan, of Raleigh, general agent
of ihe Pcnn Mutual Life Insurance Co.. is
now in the cilv.
1 Stteet'-sors tu llaird A: Kictnr I
No. aH North Main Ntrvvt,
IIAVi; JUST HliCHIM'.U
CAR L0M TIMOTHY HAY.
CAR LOAD BRAN AND SHORTS.
HlHNon'M I'mckcrs a Mpcclalty
i.l. 1 .in 11. s 111:1.1 vi:ki;n i-'Hi'K
INSURE YOURPROPERTY WITH
K. J. ASTON,
(iciicral 1 Iiimirani'c 1 Aitviit.
Rear No. 2D South Main street.
Cstalilislii-il IKltn. AalKvllte, N. C.
FOR SALE. LEASE OR RENT.
A Inriie dvtilhlli: limine, on Chiinll slrtvl.
'onliiniiiiK II rooms, iK-sides kilctn-11. uoi
(riis mid si-rviiiils' Iioiih.-, e.iniH-el d with
sewer nnd water. hpleiiilid u.ll. l-ine
liiouii.ls Apply In lia C III KCII XT.
Cheap RatcH to all PoiutH.
K.MI.KIIAII TICKIiTS liouulll, sold nml
exehaiiKcd. All traiisnelioiis Kiiiirmiletd.
C. I. RAV.
I ipMsite Su Hllllalioil Hotel. Illlltlflll
Mr. mitciikll iiutku
BLACK MOUNTAIN STATION.
ran run iiav. n to 7 thk whhk.
Nrnresl o Chillltirv Km-k, CntnwIiA
I'nlts mid Mitchell's I'ellk.
ull4ilm HI'KAi'.l'K K MODKII.
NEW TRANS-CONTINENTAL ROUTE.
VIA CHICAr.O. MII.WAt'KKK At T. PAl'L
AND NllKTIIHKN PACIFIC K. K'H.
Through Pullman KUrpinit Cur IvavmChl
ciiUtt ilniiy (it 5 .Hit p nt
l-'nr St Pnul nml MitinrnfHilln,
" l'iirk'. Nitrth iMilmtii.
" I It It tin nml I in tic. Mnnlnnn.
" Thf llnwitnr I'ntk,
' HHiknnr PaIIm nml Tnt'omn.
" Portlnml, 1 tn-HTitn
HrHt Nontr to (vullk hihI nil North PHc
1 in FMfiur line tu 1 fiMHirnin, vim i nrimnn
nml the Shunt h ftuntr.
Tukrtu on nil- rvcrvwhrrr.
INir .nftirmntliin npplv tit any Airrnl, or
nittlmiR A- V II i ami-kmtkii. (Imcrnl Pn
WIturr A K"I1 1. ChMflito. III., uf l C, MMAItV,
Hniithi ni PHimrtiKtr Airrnt. i."Uiviiie. Ky.
Hpnrtniitiuric, H. C.
JAS. H. CARLISLE, LL. D PRES
rni'Nnsii I mm.
Wfifl'ord College nffers to students In the
four college elusses Iwm inriiltrl eaurses of
study, each k-Mdlng la the deitec of Hschelur
of Arts, In ane of which Mntlrrn Language
nre ulistlltlted for Oreek
ItxiN-nses for the vesr can t met with one
Hundred snd I'lity luillnrs.
The m il session lieglns the 1st dnjf of lie
J A. OAMIIWKI.I., Sec. of Psculty.
WOFFFRO COLLEgTfITTINO SCHOOL,
Hpnrtsnlmrg, K. C.
The I'nurth MeMlun lieln October 1,1 Mini.
Ilnvs lin imrril for Collide. Itniiensrs msy
lie eiivend liy lflo a year. Hiiiervlslon
earrlnl anil i-an.innc.
A. IV HKMIIUMT.A. M., Head Master,
aul.1 d.'lw man wen frl
Oold, silver, leory, Oak, flllt and Comlil
nallon Miiuldlngs. Also Kiiom Mouldings.
t'leturrs Matted, Mounted and framed at
lowest prices and work gnarantKd. Ungear
Ings, I'alntlngs and Loeul Views always on
99 0. Main St.. AahcTllle.
PROF. I. SAVILLE,
CLASSES FOR DANCING.
Assemble rooms fits Itnltnn Avenue, ornnd
Opera House: Mondays, a p. m. Children
Haturdais. II o'clock. Private trannns any
hour, waits guaranteed, uuicb metnoa
Bujr Llndacjr'M Guide Book
Index lo New Advertlaemenla.
Lost 1ST Billlcy St.
Wan run A.J. Lyman.
Wantkii I'. T. Sanlord.
Mrsic nr. C. A. Cnrrntt.
Niiticii Prederick KlItledRe.
At Acction (Iwvn West.
Wantkii Frederick KiiIIciIkc.
Jack I'siist llosllc llros. - Wriht.
SCAHH's Pkkhusvativh T. C. Haillli Jii Co
A wennd hiiml tihietoll. or linsket lihietun
Apply to I'KHDICKICK KI'Tl..HIlili,
septNilK" H rillllill Avenue.
A la 'v' silk iimliri-lla on (tunnel lirlve,
in-nverd'ain roml or Mi-rrimml Ave. l-'inder
will he rewio-ilcd ny ri tnrniiiu saine (o
. ., 1 ...ii nv iirmiDT
Nl',lll.ll- 1.1, i,.,,,.,-,
Pr,.,l,.rl,.k Wlt..,.,... Ufiit Pstllll- All'll(.
My ollice hoars will he from lllis llnic on
Iron, 10t,.1 Will In. l.IimI to illll-llil III IOIV
Imsiness ilurinK those hours. 'I'hrcc houses
1 rent. Apitly to
seplHilSt KimI l-state Aisull
50 CARPENTERS. 50
To Work on Hotel nt Ma
rion, N. C.
BEST OF WAGES WILL BE PAID.
Joli will lasl from It lo M inoiilhs. Address
T. HANKORO, '
septNdiw Marlon, N. c.
lir. C. A. r.ioiiilt llaviai; devilled lo loinle
ill Ashi villc, h.is Ih-i ii ilci lcil OrKiiillsl ami
L'tioirniiisl, r of Trinity I'lmrell. Il i P-
pnnil to give lessons on Hie lirg.-in. I'oni,,-
forte. Violin ami In voice culture : MI also lie
ojk-ii to eiiKiiui'iiauts as eonilwtor of lir-
la-slial or l lioi.il Societies. I'or nulls ap
ply to liK. I.AKKATT,
s'lilMdlw .US I'ntton Avenue.
I. nut Intuitu Cl, I K CiMinally nl.
Initv nml liilinmrf it Piuk iiir i-niitainltf
inut tn-c im-iKth ami laruf illuttratt-il t-ata
l i j: m nl Trnit tri-H A lilK-ral rt wartt U
paul for ill rvtnrn t thi oiluv.
M-plllll 1 1
Siilnirliaii n-itiU niT. one milt from vity
Mt rrimon avi'iHU roml, hamNonu'iv ami
miplrtily turniluil nml npnpiHil ; CMpii-iu-
view; evteiiMve Kronmin; two iren gentry
ih; nintvr Kindeti ; htiriwH nml veiiteiei n
Itniretl. 1'oinerMiiini Kiveti ol Novenilicr.
luiur oeeuiivinu tn fu miner uitlv would
make iHriuiineiu arrangement with party
li-Kinnu a winter lemnemf Atinn ni
xeptiiillm P it- lock ii". a;iu.
A Poikitlinitk t'onitiliilnu 1.1.1. mmu-wluTi-
Ih-i wtcn 1 a v ' itui I U- nml ii.nlliiirv'ii tualilr
iikI Mr, J. Cmniilu'il n-otiiftu-r un naywoiMi
tn-il. The lulliiniiiK hih'im wen in tin
hunk : I'ihiI hllln. It I Hn anil IHU'.K vnri Ki.
inr 'J it'ti t iuM(iyi' ft 11 mp. nml ll way "HI
trt-in CnliiMilmn, it. Anvonc iHtur .niK naiil
ik with tht nionivv iu uifivi n n-
uanl. I). S. W ILSitS,
m pttl ill w At HtNMiiiury'n statin.
One riil inn hurt, in kdihI loinlition. Pr) v
9lmt App1 to Phihtiil Wi num. at Mm.
Mt'liowcll 1 No. VJt S mi I II Alain ftrifl.
A NT 1.1 1.
A vmitiu nmn with mime exiKrki iT nt a
HookkeeHT, Apply to
V . II. nil.l,I.MMI,,
Cnrolinn WiMMlwtirkiiiK Co., Hi Pattm ve.
jt 8T Rix i:ivi;n.
A riue Hlock f i;tiKllMh and 1n-
iiieMtlc Woo lent.
Will Ik iilnil to urc niv euntaine-w anil re-
wive nnlem lur Fnll nml tt innr Cltliin:.
J. W. 8CHARTLE, North .Main St.
Kngllitti and French
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS.
So. -Wi I'lrmh It roml Avenue
MRS. BURGWYN MAITLAND, PRINCIPAL
I'or many yenni AMKiM lntr IMnelpnl of Mi.
Vernon Inntiiute. Italtimorc.l
AnnUtefl hy mrii" eomKantent Irnehrrn.
leen il iv
Hoiihc with 1 roo m miiH .1 iten-n Inml on
lltHvenlnm roml, la tmlen from Court
Siiunre. Applv to C. H. CtMU'l-.K. on the
preinitwfl. aiiK'.' 'Mt
Dr. B F. Arlington,
HI'R;MN ( IUCMTIHT
IMIIInir teeth noeeialt v. nUo treat In s ilU-
enneii ' nnil nil ili4i neii (K-rtaitiitiK to
the iirntni Htmeture. ninee ronnm on rm-
ton n venue, over Knymir w hiiilth iirug
Two furnlnheil rootm at No, no flufley
Atreel. 1. MilHtNAI.Il.
Ten or twelve good stoiic'iaasons sternly
work. Applv In W.ll. TKHV.
seilMdA( w I w
No. nil 8. Main stm t, imllnlile for an omcc
or.innll store. VYM. Ji HI NHTUN, J H..
nuaildlw nn N. MalnHt,
At inn e'liMtnut slreel. Inrite house with
well ventilated room,, lint nnd colli nam.
elonels, ate. High locnilon, near ear line.
B. H. COSBY,
' IHiieeessor to C. Cowan.)
7 PATTON AVKNUK,
NKXT I il ll IK TO OHANII CKNTKAI. I
Till., AHIIKVlM.U, N. U.
ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
ROOMS, 28 PATTON AVE., ( Y. H C. A. ROOMS. )
Open dally, eicrpt nndays, from 10 a. m.
uatil I p. m., and S antll 1 p.
The terms of eahcrtitlnn am (Inc year
$31 mo,., II.AUI S mo,., (1 1 1 mo., Allots.:
dally SI eta
Officers for 1 ntlffc President, Charles W,
Woulseyi Vice-President, Thos. A. Jnaesi Kee,
andTrrassrer, I). 8. Watson Llbrarlaa, Miss
B, J. Hatch.
Cltltens and vlrttors are cordially Invited
to Inspect the catalogue and Inscribe their
names as members. JanSOdtr
Mtoek and Astnmi for a grocery and nro-
el,lon store; a good chance for a business
person. Call nt No. S Mosnlaln treet.
BALLARD. RICH & BOYCE,
StoveH und Tinware.
PLUMBING, GAS AND STEAM FITTING, SLATE
AND TIN ROOFING.
PAINTS and Oll-S.
- AISIiNTS .'(IK
THE PASTEUR FILTER,
IN Al.l. SlliS I'lIK I'AMII.V
liiiariiiili-crt lo lv IJcriii I'r.iof.
Al.l. filZI'.S Klil'T IN eill'.CK.
TO TlluSli NliltlUNll
Am it U iuipnilanl tn me only Ihe Iu-hI nut.
lehal lor Suti walk, I have iirrausti-il to keep
In HliH'k a nl line (n niv work the erlelirateil
UK AM " of I'.ICKMAN I'nkTI.-XNM Cl
MI-NT, whleh In meil largely Tor that par
poNe, nml in pref rener to many other IcimN.
In NltW YORK. CMICAi;o, ST. I-ATI.
MINNHAI'iU.IS, 1'liTKi ilT, MiV lK
l.liNS, HT AI'ttl'MTINK AN OTlllvU
Cirilirt. Letlern from thew plitiv nhowinu
it tu Ik intuit nurrlor to the liraii'U nrili
narily untl here nml tentlimini.il n tn Uk
niiK-riur quality will Ik shown to anvnne
C. 12. MOODY,
Ofllce No. 30 Patton Avenue,
TDI.HI IIHNI! Nil. til.
Vard Hiol WsrehouH.- nenr I'epol Tcli
Con.Hiund llt.vgen and Medlcntcil Kslsam
VnMir baa proved more iiitTrul In thctreitt-
ment of dlsensesol (hr nose, (hroitt nnd lungs
than all other remedies combined. It seldom
Islls In any ruse of Asthma. We have cured
many people in the four years wc have been
In Aehcvillc ho had glvrn up all hoie. Call
st unmake nnd we will give yoathclrnsmrs
We also make a niieclalty nf diseases of the
rectum. If you nre afflicted with rile, come
anil get relief. No lutln or loss of time from
business Relief obtained at once, and no
return, as we make a radical cure.
DALHAM ANII llXVOKN IKIMH TKIiAT-
We have a home treatment thnt I, very ef
fective In nil diseases of the air passages. Wc
have iirrscrllKil hundreds of these home
treatment, and sent them In every Htatc In
the I'nlon and some wonderful cure, have
A small pamphlet, descriptive of Ashcvlllc
and also eiplalnlng our treatment, sent free
on application. Also a list of unction, goes
with eneh pamphlet that everyone ihould
have before sending Inr home treatment. The
question, when properly answered enable ns
to make a correct diagnosis of each ease.
We have treated many hundred enses with
the Compound Osyden and Mnlsamand have
never had a ease to have hemorrhage from
lungs after taking the treatment.
Ilon'tlrt your prejudice keep y.u away.
hut come and eiamlne for yourself. Better
sacrlAce prejudice than your life. Consulta
Office over Cosby's lewclry Htnre, nenr
Drand Central Hotel, I'attun Avenue, Ashe.
vlllc, N. C.
TV J. IIARUAN, M. D.
ICE RATES FOR
I., omiuiiucs not ie.. limn ..i.e ion at i ",!'v0";' ":;"::::::::::::::::::::
In i iianlKies not less thiiti one hall Ion lit factory
;ioo iioiiiuls, an tickets. 10 poiiiuls each
il im " to ' '
700 1!H " an '
TBO " IS B" ,.
....... too "
Tickets in dollar ,mck..ge. and nnv uuaniit.v
our ortiev lor ennh tir liek in.
AHheville Ice &
Telephone No. j6 rind 40.
1JEST ANTIUIACITE COAL
- l-iir Mile nl Wholcmilc anil Mi mil liy
ASHliVIKLi: ICi; AND COAL COM FAN V,
Telephone 36 and 40.
linclusivc Aucuts ilmmesiie and steam I lor Wesiem North Ciin.lina.
I.IIWIS MAIHII'X, I'res
. I". Mcl.OI'II, Vlee-l'fTS.
Iiiskctohs:- Lewis Mn.liliii, M.J. lieunlen. M.J. I'aKg.J. H. KankinJ. li. Kuy.J. li. Hi.
H II. Keed. Ceo. 8. Powell, C. M Mel.oud.
- WESTERN CAROLINA BANK,
-Organlied May 1st. IMMH.
CAPITAL. S50,0(X). SU RPLUS.$20,(KK
tttate, County and City UcpoHitory.
Hoes a liencrnl llankinu IliiainiKS. In-pimits received. Ksehange bought and suld. Col
leclions iiiii'Ii- on ull aekvnHihle poiiiln. The SnviiiK I'ealilre will receive k-ciiiI ntli-nli
On all sums in lllis depnrluien(, deposited lor four mouths or longer, in teres I ul the nil.
of 4 Kr cent. s-r annum will tie paid.
Simiul nl tuition given to loans ou real en late,
()H-n trom It it in. to :i p. in on Saturdays lite
Ian 1il I. v
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
ai7 Haynvod Mrccl.
AllWATMR THOKOKiHLY FII.TICRKU oil the FrcuilMC.
Twenty-five yi'am ot prnctiral exeHencr, eomlilneil with rKimoNAL attenHvin to nil tie
tnHM of the htiKimtiK and (wrleet arruuvemeiiU tor ci.kanmnh nnd Pt'klTT ot all rooiIi.
m an nfnet tired, cnahlr the proprielor to pti-aent tu hln nunieroua imtrons n Uieti4ir vIukh of
Cnrlionnted H vernut.
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphon.
Ginger Ale and all (lie various llavors ol SOMA WATIIK ready for shipmeqt aatl delivered
free In Cltv limits. ut ol town orders must have rkhciinsihi.b reference.
C. H. lAItlPRKU..
A BUILDING LOT OR ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS IN HOTEL BOARD FREE,
In tue New aud throwing Mountain Kettort,
(Nenr Atthcvillc, N. C, ami .uljuininj; the VatwUrliilt Estate.)
VotirehokT of any lot In the plot for $10. Von K-t n Wnrrmity Peed
t title M-rleet i and a mvipt I'or SI no. with ten eonponw attiu-heil, eneh eou
pi.n lor 910- 1 hrne eoiiponn are t"od lor $lo eaeh in payment I"' hoard at,
unv oi tne noiem in Mtyiami.
IIotki. St. A km si oik ii now.
IIotki. lioVi.-enaiT oH-n now J Kate from ;io t m kt m.dfitrt.
I'AVII.ION MiM-'.rr! helnit iMlilt. )
ThereeoiiMiini nreKooil lor three ycarHfro:ii their ilaltaml tte tran-lVralife,
Tlw reh -re. von pav $lon Tor your ihi:w of a ImmiiI'IiiI Wii'dinK. lot ; yon
irt the SIMM iiM Itai'k in hoard ; ton h''e thrie yt-ain to do -o in ; you enii
Hell the eonpo n to mhih oiic vv It hiu ilo not ihi'V't hi ; and at or In-tore thr.
eml ol time wtn vour l"t a ill lie worth timn s.iihi to fSiioo or more.
OTIS A. MILLER, PRbmiKToii,
Take Train out Ml .ioA, St. I-arc-
I'Klili KfTI.HIulH, City
HOTEL" ARMOND-HOTEL BONNYCREST
SKYLAND MINERAL SPRINGS, N. C.
KiKht MUc Soutta of Attbevlllc, on the A. & H. Railroad.
New hotels, new cottages, new furniture, beautiful groves, neat tennis and croquet lawns,
good livery. .
48 MINERAL SPRINGS.
While eiulphur. Alum, Magnesia, Iron and llpinini. Those seeking health and pleasure ami
select wH-lrty will not fail lo visit (his pluuant resort und drink of Its healing wateri.
apm dtf Manager.
Anhevllle, N. C.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Manufacturers and Healer, In all kinds ol Dressed
IHor, 8anh, Blliidn, Itlouldlnxii, Htalrwork, MantclH, Bank
and Bar Fixture, and all kind of Building Material.
Hard Wood Lumber Work a Specialty.
not- 1 d I y Tc-lt-pl.otie Mo. . '
WE ARE GOING TO MOVE
TO NO. 31 NORTH MAIN STREET ABOUT AUGUST 17,
And until thai dale will sell all goiuls al 10 kt cent, on cost. You ulll.do well tu take ud
vantage uf the low prices.
Just see our large Towel at tali els nnd Ik happy, (lur OH Inch Tuble Linen at 4H eta.
iHin't forget! I.uok out und look In I
AHheville Dry Good Co.,
I. O. HOWHt-t.. Manager.
SCHLIT'S MILWAUKEE BEER.
Celebrated the World Over for ita Purity.
Wc deliver to all part, of the city our own Mottling Binort Ucer at
ONE DOLLAR PER DOZEN.
Our beer Is kept at a tctnis-riiturc of 40 degree, nnd wc guarantee you a fresh article lit
all times. THK TKADU HUl'I'I.IUIl 1'KOM
THK I.KAIIIMD '
v WINE .. AND .'. LIQUOR .'. STORE .
IN THK HTATK.
FINE SAMPL.K AND BILLIARD ROOM.
I. 4. MAROI'AnilT, M'lr'r.
.....FOR SALK BV
BUNCOMBE BRICK & TILE COMPANY,
Aheville, N. C. P. O. Box 426.
Dealer In Wall Paper, Wlndow8hadeiaudPatentHaiig;cr,
Paints, Oils and Varauthn, Mamry'a Mlieo Paint, and Colors. Window Olass, hotk
m French and Americas'
W, keep la stock Lonlsaad Kentucky
4ic, ier hundml,
of lee may He ol.ti.li.cd from driver, and nt
No. 30 Patton Avenue.
I. It. RANKIN, Cnihiu
which will 1st pliunl lor long time on real
etaving liepnrtmcul will la-niK'n (ill 11 p.m
jj Cviiih Or Itrlic hMuth 8 MIIvm.
j.-eut. I'M l-atdin A.
Near PHmtencjer Depot.
43 S. MAIN ST.. ASHEVILLE. N. C