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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 15, 1890.
A IBMON BY HKV
He Denounce the Running of
Train and mreet Cam on Bun
dav, and ttayattonie Plain ThlnitH
About aunday Traffic. ,
Rev. G. C. Rankin, pastor of the Cen
tral M. B. Church, South, preached a
strong sermon on "the Observance of the
Sabbath" yesterday morniiHj. His text
was: "Remember the Sabbath day to
keep it holy." Exodus xx, H.
Dr. Rankin spoke, Hsisliisetislotn when
he feels called to denounce anything '" "
fearless manner, nntl Kvc ll,H ,om"t
views und convictions on the iicslioii ot
Sabbath uliscrvuncc. llclieanby divi
ding the need for the obKcrvauce of litis
day into two heads. 1'irst, "the welfare
ofthe physical organism," on which Ik
spoke for u short while, and second, "the
moral and religious benefit to mankind."
The hitter he said is the higher view to Ik
taken of the subject, la his sermon Hi .
Rankin sxkc against Sunday traffic unit
trains and all secular work. He con
"Hut, arc we as n coniniiiiiily, making
that use of the Sabbath that the lawso!
the land and lite law of Cod require? I
am confident that we are not. We an
gradually making eiuroacliinciils on tin
sanctity of this useful institution thai
lKidc no gooil to the morals of our ieo
pie. The fact is, we are growing inon
und more lax on this subject as oui
wealth and population ' increase. At
rendva considerable class of our pcopli
are strangers to the rest of the Sabbath.
To them, the dav is well nigh a seculai
ibiv. I am nware of the lact that as oui
civilization Ihx'oiiics mote complex, that
the actual needs ol mankind multiply u
nronortion, anil that works of mvcssiu
on the Sabliath are more numerous now
than in previous tunes. I pon llitsi
works ot real necessity I have uo criti
eisms to make. 1 am no fanatic on tlm
or any other subject. Hut the tendency
of the' present order of things is to go I'm
beyond works ol necessity on i.oo s nay
The runuini: of trains on Sunday is not
in mv judgment, one of the actual ncces
sities of lite. That verv nrnetice, now
every wla-re prevalent, deprives thousand
ot men ol their nivinciv given seveiui
dav of rest. It offered temptations ti
thousands of others to violate the spirit
ol the Sabliath by traveling on lli.it iln
for pleasure and business. I'ur street cm
management is also cluing nmcii i" v
lurizc the Sabbath and to bring it inn
onen contempt. One wrong always lie
cessitates aaotlier. The passiuge
trains run on SiiihI.iv. anil there
fore our street cars are under ncces
sitv to do likewise. It is also arguei
thnt it is np.iKK.irv to run them on Sun
day lor the accommodation ot the cliurcl
going public. In my own niiiul I qtics
tion the necessity ol this; but lor in
sake of the argument let us take it tin
granted that it is necessary to run in.
street ears on Suiidav ill order to meet
nnsscimcr trains and to accoiiiinodat.
iconic at church hours; does it follow
that these ears must run the entire Sail
bath at intervals of fifteen minutes whei
there are no lmssciiL'cr trams to tie mcl
and no church service to attend
these oil hours these street cars are
constant million, doing their largest bus
iness: and thev are doiim it for the money
there is in the 'business and lor nolliiiii.
else. They nre thoroughly secularizing
the ilny j and the men worsting on men.
have but tew ol the lienefus ol the Sab
bath as u dav ol rest anil religious it"
. provciucnt. It is wrong ami ought nol
to Is. done.
"Then, nlso, there is entirely too much
livery business done on the t: 1 1 I n 1 11. in
ease of sickness, or Itinerals. or to look
after the poor, or lor delicate icopic win
desire to attend church or lor any othci
purKse that is strictly a work of neces
sity and whicli is none tor tnc k'"'i
the lieultli nr the morals of ikoiIc, it
ncrfectlv riL'ht for our liverymen to let
out their vehicles, horses and drivers on
Suiidav. provided that such horses unit
drivers are iM'rmiltcd to have their leviti
mate time lor rest on oilier days. Itut
to hire out teams for iieotile to drive
merely as pleasure seekers, is n descent
tion of the dav und an injustice both ti
horses and to'drivers. Christina copli
oiiL'ht nut to lie trill tv ol such conduct
Neither ought buviiig and selling goods
promiscuously to Ik iwrniitteil on the
Sahhul h. The law ol the state ami tin
lnwol'theeitv torlnd It. (mil s law cer
tainly forbids it. 'Medicines, drugs am
mineral waters" arc regarded as alisi
lutelv necessary to the health of the ix-u
pie and their sale is permissible, but tin
nw forbids our druuuisls selling any
tliintr elar nn the Sabbnlh.
"I noticed some time since in the public
prints that all of our druggists were in
ympniny won uk ..mum. ..m,. ..
posed ns'lnw abiding men to observe it
Nnthinif e se was cxticcted ol them
little mortified this past week
however, to learn that the chief executive
nfthis eitv had nolihed this class ol our
business men that if they desired to sell
cigars and things of that sort on Miiut.iy
to go iincim atto no u mm mm me
hiuiM not be interfered with. In othe
words our druuuisls were advised to viii'
lute the lilain law of the city. To my
mind thnt is a stianuc nosiiion for
public officer to occupy, who hits resting
uKn his head und heart n serious nlili
tion to enforce the law. That position
entitles nil other merchants to the same
riuhts ond privileges. . .
"Whither nre we drilling? I do not
believe that this most excellent class ol
our business men leel eompliinenteil
the reciuicnt of such official advise. It
an insult to their moral manhood ns law
abiding cititens, for thev know mid the
nennlein uencrnl know, that such ndviee,
if taken, practically open the door to
promiscuous sunnnviriimc. it virtually
menns 'sell what you please on Sunday
and the law shall not interfere wi
YOU. IS puilltc sentiment rcitnv uirtnni
..!.-:..-!- &.u-..:n. ut'tif i,.
. . I,., f. ..I ,
sort oi iiiiiik m nw"!'. . hi mv
council stand behind that sort of tistirpu
tion of law and quietly give it their sup
port I I trow not. n tnc annuity taw
a hniLone. why you had lictter have
retwuJcd.! If it is defective, you hud let
ter have it amended. Hut ns long ns
is one of the recognized ordinances of the
pit. it is a menace to nopular govern
ment and fearful blow at public morals
for any public official to step in and ad
vise people to openly violate it. - It is to
be hoped that uo such unheard of nil vise
as this will ever nrevnil in this or in any
other civilised community. No business
man can afford to sell any Inwfully for
bidden article of merchandise on iiuntiny
either in bis drug store, hotel or any
where else, the nrtyw- ni our honored ex
. ecutive to thecontrnry notwithstanding.
"then again, I hnve every reason to be
lieve that the whiskey business of this
tv hn no resnect for our Snbbath and
it is doing a great deal to bring it into
depredation and shame. It is true that
this species of Sunday desecrntion is not
quite so public as some others 1 have
. mentioned, but In an under-ground snenk
... ing kind of way, it is doing its level best
. to rob the Sabbath of its sanctity,
v "Now hi conclusion permit 'me to say
: that our church people are not ,all guilt
' less in Blotters -of this kind. 'Sunday
'. trains and Sunday street car would not
run without passengers. Sunday livery
would not lie let without customers,
Sunday drug stores and Sunday hotels
would not sell cigars and the like with
out purchasers, Sunday bar-rooms would
not dish out liquors without drinkers
nud anti-Sunday law mayor s wouiti tic
scarce without 'public sentiment behind
them. Do any ol us as christian people
furnish any inducement to these depart
ments ol Sunday business .' 1 his ques
tion omilit to address itselt very seri
ously to all people who proless the name
of Christ. Let judgment liegin at the
house ol Clod. 'Kcniemlier the Sal)latii
iy to keep it holy.
.nr,'j.uul till a a. til. Tueaclnv
Kalr.eseeplrslii nenr (lie couttl I
HiHllonary U-mperalure, hiiuiiiiv
warmer Tuesasi I ewueru ,...r..
The uiiinlicr of arrivals at the principal
hotels vestcrdny and Saturday was
There will lie a tobacco break at the
'drillers' warehouse to-morrow at Id
Mr. I.titn II. .Weathers, of Savannah,
. .. . II-.. 'I'l...- 4
is on II visit to Ills sister, nirs. i una.
ones on Haywood street.
Mr. W. N. Snow, of Durham, is nllend
...... v...., t,
ing the sessions oi mv
Stiudiiy school coiivntion.
Mrs. I-'. I. Moslicr, wife of the popular
head clerk at the Hitllcry I'nrk left this
morning to visit friends in Augusta.
Hie Milfoil of the l-'irsl Hatitist church
was occupied Sunday by Mr. Win. Kevn-
ilils, who mane a very clinics- ami m-
The first iirolessioual actress to iimam
it the new tiraiul npcra house will In-
lleltie Hcrnuril Chase, who, Willi her
coiiiaay, will tic here nil. i.
Several trial nips have licea made over
In-Huiterv I 'ark elcclric road and the
truck is foiinil to lie in excellent condi
tion. A schedule will Ik; put on this line
it an early dale.
Dr. W. I.. Kcauan, of Ivcv, who was
badly injured a short time ago bv a run
iwuv horse is improving. Ins aiiKtc is
ill n n v.-rv ouiiiliil conilinon ami it
will lie some time la-fore he will have the
use of it again.
I'osimastcr Cannon savs that a largi
iiiinliir ol li tters come to the ortice with
mt having the street and itiinilier in tin
lillltt'SS. Hi'u islics all persons here to di-
ret their correspondents to include this
in the address ol each Idler.
In the mayor's court this morning Jus.
Ilmliial ami . S. Sccvell, two drunks.
:illiil to iitiiK.ir am linlcitcil S.i each
.vhich they had put up as bond. John
Koiuan, colorcil. pleail guilty to tnc
liarge ol U'ltig drunk and was Illicit
I.tike Hall, alias John Henry was nr
isiid bv Officer Hamilton yesterday for
lircaking into adrygooils store at New
ton, X. C. W hen nrresteil lie nan pan in
i lu-siok-ti liooils in his possession. I lie
inisoner was taken to Newton last night
iiv an officer from that place.
The room on South Main street, for
uierlv occupied bv the National Hank ol
Vsheville, is Uing titled up lor Captain
V. Mcltee. suivrinteiiileut ol the wes
tern North Carolina railroad, who will
ii.ive his headuarteis tlurc. The work
will probably Ik; linished this week.
The Richmond and Danville railroad
will sell excursion tickets to Kalciglt on
'iivimiii ol the state convention of the
Vntiiiu' men's dcmoiratic clubs to lie held
.i '." .nut 'Jii ut the rate ol onclaretoi
the round trip, The fare from Ashcvillc
will Ik- .Sll..-i. Tickets will Ik' on sale
ept. 'Si and Hi. and good to relurn
Levi Leilford. who lives near the Van-
.Icrliill place, was assaulted on Cripple
creek Satiirdav itiiilit and received two
seven' wolllllls Oil IIS Iliad. TIlCV WITC
iittlicleil will) a pick handle. Jas. Allord.
who was llioiight to Ik; one ol his assail
.nits wus arrtsted and taken before May
or lllnnton. who bound him oyer to the
criminal court in bond ol S.10.
Kosh Hashoanah, the Hebrew New
Vear, liegan yesterday evening at t
o'clock, nnri continues until Tuesday even
ing at o'clock. Services are being held
in ihc hall of the A. D. V. norlheouil
sinuire. The morning service U-gan at
to o'clock, liveiiini: servii'e atli.Itn. The
places of business of Hebrew residents
Will Of CIOSCO until l i-iuicsii'iy iii.fiimii
III an affray on Spring creek, Madison
coimtv, Saturday night, Darks Meadow
cut otic Plenums verv seriously with a
knife. Meadows was only slightly in
iured on the right arm by a stone, and
nwiile hisese-aiK'. I 'lemons' wounds are
very serious anil be is not cxKvted to
live. Meadows was arrested here this
iiiorninir anil taken back to Madison
county bv Deputy Sheriff Price.
C. Iv. Koss, linu Claire, Wis.; J. C. Fos
ter. Tuscaloosa. Ala.: II. d. Askey, Tyler
Texas: A. K. Vail. Lowell, Mass.: C. Iv
lillioit, Va.; Cms TriHid, Atlanta, C,a.; I
l.ee McDavid. S. Mvers. New York: II
V Snow. Durham. N. C; Thad Ii. Clay
ton, Alexanders, N. C; Ii. Ii. Levy, Hal
limore: II. ('.. liwart. Ilendersonville; Ii
A. Wells. Chatlatiooga, were among the
arrivals nt the Swiiniianon yestenlay
las. Cothran, jr., McCormick, S. C
C IV Schwcltinun aud wife. Miss S
Scliweltm.'in. Cbarkston, S. C; Ii. II
Kevnolds, Si. Augisline, Fin.; P. l' Pat
ion, Fletchers, N. C; Ii. J. Lewith
Charleston, S. C; M. Hiichanon, Svlvn
. C; Mrs. W. Harrclsoii, (iaiuesville
(in.; Louis llamcl, Gus llaynes, (ireen
ville, S. C; J. (lilltillcn, Huston, were
among the arrivals nt the ('.rand Central
yesterday and Saturday.
A'tionir the arrivals at the Hattcry
I'nrk Saturday and Sunday were, D. S,
Nes nnd wile, York, I'a.; M. Moore, At
lantii: lidward Ynrnall, Overbrook, Pn
Alfred Cope, I'hiliidelpliia; Miss C. II
Preston. S. C.i W. F. KavenH, jr., Roan
nke: I'rank (ambcrt, Hoston; Miss Ii,
II. Knveticl. Charleston, S. C.i Mrs. A. J
Corntc. Hrunswiek, Cm.; J. H. Hemter,
Siivatinah; Ii. Weverlield, Hnltimore; A
T. Mnrtin, H. L. Denny, Hrooklvn; I
II. Shields. Norfolk; Mr. and Mrs. A
Mutuant, R. Woolfenden, S. Hcsphnm
Ii. L. Cniwlord, New York.
Wholenale Price on Fruit Jnrs).
By the hox only : ipinrts, 7G cents per
dozen ; one half gallons, Ull cents dozen.
Cash only. Nirv is the time to make
up clubs, nnd save money. Alwnys low-
est prices nt Law's, on South Main ht
A New Kond to toll.
If you are wise nnd wish to Iwcome
healthy nnd wealthy also, you will use
Holler King or F.lcctric Light flour; be
cause the Ashevtlle Milling Compnny'i
flour is not only thcliestbut thcchcnocst
IWTlie Home Huilding and Loan As
uciution, of Ashcvillc, N. C, Col. Frank
Coxe president, commemxd ojicrntions
lust Saturday. On next Saturday and
every Saturday therenlter between the
nours oi o una i p.m. i. r." w m
office on Patton avenue. The weekly in
stallment which is fifty cents on each
share of stock taken, must be paid. All
who wish to become members, call on
Mr. Ruwls this week so you can begin at
the heainninir and start with the rest.
The asssocintion will loon you $200 for
each share of stock taken. Only cost
fifty cents a week on a share. If you
wish to build hnuee or pay for. one al
ready built become a member at once,
SUNDAY SCHOOL WORK.
W. M. C. Hl'NDAV Sl'HOOI. t.J-
VKNTION MKKTH TO-IIAV.
Tlie HeaalonN to be Held In lite V.
IM. C A. Lecture Hall, and Open
to All-All IntereMtlMKMenalon.
The Sunday school convention for the
western portion of the state met ns an
nounced in the assembly room nl the Y.
M. C. A. at 10 ii. m. to-dav. Alter devo
tional exercises, conducted by Kcv. I. L.
Carroll, Mr, II. A. Oudgcr was elected
president, II. T. Collins, vice president,
ami J. C. Martin, secretary.
An address of welcome was made by
Rev. J. L. Carroll, which was responded
to bv Mr. Win. Reynolds, of Pcoiia, III.,
the 'intcrnalional ' field organizer, who
also explained the objects and workings
ol the interdenominational system of in
ternational, state, district, county and
township conventions and their relation
to each other.
The enrollment of delegates then taken
showed few iersons present Irotti a dis
tance, but a very fair attendance from
town. The representatives from the ad
jacent counties will doubtless conic m
during the day. The following cominil
lees were appointed:
On resolutions C. Ii. (Iraluiin, Dr. D.
T. Millard aud J. R. DuHosc.
On Hiisiiiess-II. N. Snow, J. A. Porter
and lames West
"The work in this section" wus presented
bv Prof. 11. C. Dunn, of Cabarrus county
one of the vice-presidents ol the slate as
sociation aud who is organizer lor this
"The work in the state" was presented
by II. N. Snow, statistical secretary ol
I fie slate association, showing lliul sev
en .v-ninc of the counties of the state an
organized in this inter-ilcuouiinational
Suiidav school work.
The work in oilier slates was pre
sented bv Mr. Win. Reynolds, president
if the tilth international convention ai,n
now field organizer lor the I'ttited States
and Canada, showing the great progress
that is iK'ing made in the Sunday school
work ot tins coiinirv. until ui tnc in
rcn-c ol nicuilHTsliip and nt the methods
Il was ordered that the report ol Mr.
Snow on "the work in tins stale oepuo
lislteil with the minutes ol the convention
iml that '"ii'li copies lie issued in pam
ililct form lor distribution among the
Sunday school workers ol this section ol
Kvervbodv but von has gone lo 1
Pat ton avenue to sec Iv. Iv. Perry lo get tin
easiest terms and lowest pricesevergtven
m lirst class tiiauos anil organs. I'll-
u-.il homes mane lappv so i.ir mis
month. hv don't voti do hkewist
Ii. Iv. Perrv. salesman lor l.iulilen .V
Hales. Southern Music House, istbe "lan
that will certainly please, ollice 1-1 Pat
loaavintie. " sepl.'Idl'lwJt.
S.'.V. Mr. F. R. Mcliitvre, who is well
known for his siqierior wurkmiinsiiip.
and Mr. C. Iv. Mooily. who sells tltc very
U'st brands ol Portland ccnient. have as
sociated t luinsclvcs to make a sKvialtv
,,i l.-ieiiiL- concri tc sidewalks aud are pre-
imieil to lake contracts to do such work
the verv best milliner. Ollice III! Pat-
ton avenue, telephone 0 and 7H.
A ureal Mcheme.
We call attention to the advert isemenl
I Skvlaud Springs where Mr Miller
iffers Sltio in Ixmrd at either hotel in
Skvlaud virtually bee. This is a novel
w iiv ol bringing into notice a new resort
mil while it is a verv Itlieral oiler it win
mv in the end. as all tuibciotis advertis
ing will. This oiler has already crowded
both hotels at Mnlnncl springs nan
brought into notice the line mineral
Index lo New AdverllHemenlH.
N,,TIC N. . Keyniitils.
I'iim kvt lir iliirruil and S"ii
I'nui'iii si' ii.;k T. J lliitunti.
1-iiTirc mild rin nim-ii l, with itrrimin
It-tier S mtiiiil mil Krwiinl will he anl
tor it- rt'tiirn to 1 lu- imki nuifi.
(ITICU T" T IXI'AYI'KS:
The ellv tux list tins In-en nlii.-cil in my
lunula for eiilleelio. . All H-riin lire llin liy
,..iiitr,l to i-oiiie forwnnl ill ciK-e itfiil mllle
nmr Mnnv iMTsnnt hnve fnilril lo list their
time ns reipuretl liy tnw. anil int-y arc espc-
lllllv iMllllolllsneii 10 eonie i i, i '.',
thus save a iloiilile tn a it eosl ul warrant
innv tie fouml at the usual place ui inr
court house. Kesi-ecuiiuy,
.Si. A. Kin St. ll.l'n.
septl.lill w tlly Tax Collector,
Will he given at the Music Hall,
Battery Park Hotel
Thurfriav Kvcnlilir, Sept. 18
DR. C. ARK ATT,
Organist Trinity Church.
ANH III K INS.:
PROF. C. P. (JARHATT,
llreanist 'Jtl Presto-trrlan Ch.,Knnxvlllc,nnil
PROP. K. H. UtRRATT,
Cnmliielor North Hi Bieiirehrstru, atntcsvllle,
L.VDI A MAID GARMATT
Cuneert to commence at a o'clock.
AllMltMION do CHNTH,
The progrnm will lie duly snnimnccil.
MEDICATED BALSAM VAPOR
t If you have any Nose, Throat or tuns
f On application I will send pamphlet
T descriptive ut Ashcvillc and also tht In
haling treatment free with list ol quea.
tlona to be answered by the patient
f when ordering Home Treatment. 1"Ms
T treatment Is as eRretlvt at the oflljr
' ' treatment.
OFPICK NO US PATTON AVBNUB,
' ' Aahevlllf, N. C.
T. J. HAR0AN, M. D.
New honae, newly famished, all rnolera
Impravtiutnta. larss roomi, good tbk
MRS, M. C. GOODB,
. sj Collet; 01
HI HUM. Ill H
BALLARD, RICH & BOYCE,
- IMUI.HKS 1N-
Stovet and Tinware.
PLUMBING, GAS AND STEAM FITTING, SLATE
AND TIN ROOFING.
PAINTS and OILS.
HE PASTEUR FILTER,
ALI. Hl.liS I'lIK l-'AMII.V
AMI lloTlil, 1'Sli
(iuurunlet'd lo he tierin I'roof.
AM. KIZKS Klil'T I.N NTC.l'K.
TO 1111 IS ti MiHIUMl
As II is InipiTtiiiil to use only lite lu-st ma-
ti-rinl lor Sidewalks, I have nrninu'il In keep
in stock atl I use In mv work the e leliriitnl
pn.MMivKHi iii:k-sti-:ttis ani nun
IIKANI'" of t'.lvKNMN I'HHII.NI Cli-
MI'.NT. which is iise.1 largely for that pur
pose, nnil 111 irel relax- Hi nuiny mni-r sums.
NHW VI'KK. IHICAIill, 8T. I'AI'l.
MtNNIiAI'III.IS, I'ltTKUIT, M.W UK
HANS, T. Air.l'HTINIt ASII lirill'.K
iriliS. Letters rroui these pliuvs slliiwing
it to lie much siits-rior to tht liran.ls onll-
niirilv usr.1 here nntl teslluituii.-ils us lulls
suiKTior iiuiiliiy will Ik- shown to llilvoni
C. K. MOODY,
ofllcc No. 30 Patton Avenue
TKI.HI'HONU NO. 40.
Vunl mill Warehouse neur Hcpul Tele
Improved nnd unimproved real estate, both
business and residence proin-rly; any kind
any price. In ant part of thrcily. I'AHMI.Nl!
AMI MINING LANDS.
I mnkc a aiecinlty ot rrntlim proiarly and
cullcctinK rents. If you are lookinii lor
house, consult my bulletin If your house
is vacant und you waul a l.nunl, list it with
ic. No tenant, no charm.
C. F. RAY,
Real i:tle Aicvnl.
Iilils for Ave hundred :to r.Soi and one bun
Iml Ill-root pules delivered liy Sept. I Nth III
Ashcvillc freight depot. Poles to lie pe.li.1
sound and strniht, ami sl inches in illume
terill tup. Address
A. J. LYMAN,
s ptMdAHwlw Ashrvllle. N. C.
tlold, silver. Ivory, Oak, tt 111 and Combi
nation Mouldlnira. Also Room Mouldlniis.
Pictures Matted, Moiintnl and Prnmed at
lowest prli-es nnd work xunrantred. Ilnuray-
Inns, Paintlna-s and Local Views always on
99 S. Main St., Abbeville.
anr 1 a d
'VtrANTUD Til KliNT.
Purnlshed house centrally located, not to
ciceeil S:i.1IIU. Address R. M.,
septl3d.it' .are wmicn
Binnlovmrnt hv a rouni man : have hail
wvrrnl vear. nraelieal business lllierirnee.
ana a comiietcni oooaseepcr. nui lumi.n
Dr. 11. F. Arrington
rlllln teeth a speeinlty, also trratlnar ill.-
rasen asms, ami an nisrasc. periHinina
lh. Hrnlal structure, fllttc. rooms on t1
ton avenue, over Raysor Ik Hmtth'a drua
A la rite, commodious store, railroad traek
right to door. Apply to
atpadAiwIw or II. Iiutterham
I V It CHNTH KKWAKD.
I will oay the above reward for delivery to
m. at my house of Oen ral Whltraldi-s, col .
a hnunil bow of the nue ol 17 years, and all
person, nre warned against employing or
harhorinv said boy, as I shall prosecute any
man wno no s so. a. norm
Plrat of lh. Hraann. thll day. I ran
nmmrflH aatne fur r. nh and fine. Will take
pleasure In serving same In nJ' "'!'! f Per
Buy Llndaey'a Guide Book
to W. N. C Price as '
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R. R. CO.
Western forth Carolina Division.
PAKSHNOliR TRAIN SC'H-KlllII.B
I IN Kl'PKCT AtlRliat 31)
Tfltli Mcritlian time iikiI when not othcrwiw
Lt. knovvllle, I
ivulLh nier. 1 1 ftannm
A-li.- ill. . I'-' IOum
a iupm I
1 New York,
ao'iam 10 47nm
U yo.un I I Uopml
wksthoi'nu. ) No. r,o I No. na
i Dully, j Dnily.
l.r."Ncw York, 1 1 2 liliini I ' 3llpm
" I'liiln., I 7201011I HA7pni
lliiltfmorv, I tl Iiuin i tinilpm
" Washiimt'n 1 1 liam 1 1 niinin
" l.vneliliure.., n Mipm I no7nni
Kichnioiul, 1 300pm I aaonnil
liunvlllr, !" Mopml MOSanil
' WllmiiiKl'ii 1 lioonmf I
" ilolilslioro, 1 L'4opui Noopm
" Kal, lull. i 4 inpml 1 anion I
" Know Iv,
No. 55 I
) 1 25ani
1 1 L'oMlli 1
A. iv 8. K. K
lU-ml mnn villr,
I Nn. ri
. I tall y.
t 1.1 uniil.v
fj yj inij "
Ml Klll V HUANCM.
Nti. I 1 i Imily 1 xit pt Siiiiily.) So. 17
7,15 iimil.v. Anluvillc. Ar.t 4fl p m
(t.'lrt umtAr. WnviifivlMf, " I p in
'.' ;' iiiil " lli.vHun t ity.
fl.'O " Amlrt wh,
It 4.1 h m
Bflo n in
Son f.O nmi M, rtilliiuu. SltvHTn lu-lwvtT
KiiK'tult nnd MorriMnwii
Ni. ii L jiml .;t I'ullnimi IliiltVt SU-cpinf;
Cnr U'l vM-cu lint SpriiiiiH ami WuHhuiKioii.
V A V INHI'KN, l. T A.,
A-ht villc, N. C
I A I. TAVI.liH.lt. I'. A..
tinniuinn u -i .
Pslaci Steamims. Lew h'ATTS
Four Trip. pr Wi-ak B.i -. ;
DETROIT, MACKI'-AC U LAM
fviMkvj, riant' O- NA ir, ond Lk
Huron W . PorU.
vry Wnfk Dy ftwHin
DETROIT AND CLEVtlA
SpMUl SUH..J Tip. dultn. J.M. J.lr, Au'iU "4 S.,4
Ooubl Daily Lin n. -v.eu
CHICAGO AND ST. JOSEPH, MX .
OUR ItLOSTRArio' PAVPWL "
UalMand Esounl 'n Tik.'. will l Is u.t. J
bv .vuur Tiokn .am, rra d .
E. B. WHITC0MB, Q. P. A.. Cr, . r -
Detroit and Cl..lnd Steam Co.
Street Car Schedule.
lUjtlniiinit ui 7 ft. m KiMlinu !. n
Cnr itnvtn Kn mi it fir nil Kint" on tht
hour, un.1 twenty nnd forty minutm thrn-
Schtdulr tflti vtinm-cl ut Sitiarv.
Trnni cur nnd 'tnuKitriv car mctt cvcr
train One vnltur aititwid inch pnnwiiKer
HiiKtf'i'.r trnnini-rrcd from nil Miintn In the
city lor '-'5 ivtitH
Till ASHKVII.I.K STKHKT KV. Cl I
Chicago & Alton R.U
I'AHTHST KOI'TIi TO
KANSAS CITY AND THE WEST
Aohrvillc to Knnit t'lty in .U7 hour
A Neville to IrrtM t-r ill A I lldltnt.
Alit-villf to Hnr t'nrim... v'tilllnriila, iiii
.,rtland. re!Ofl hi tiv
Holid V-tiitilfi1 Trnin 8t. I.oul- to Km
Htm City. kViliimiu t-hiiirt-nr lit-e.
Tin full luhtriiui'iMit i'fii or wiiii- 10
II. A. NcwlMiid,
ItiHtrirt I'lirUHtiKfr Aurnt,
No. IO I '11 tion Ave. AHhvvilli. N.C
. I'lrAMl.TiiN. I' A . t'lii.imo. in
NEW TRANS-CONTINENTAL ROUTE
VIA CHICAGO, Mll-WAI'Kl i: AT. PAI'I
ANU NOKTIIIiNN I'ACll'IC K, K'H.
Thnmirh I'ullmnti Slfvtiinic Cnr IrnvtN Chi
cnu dnfty nt f.:tu p. m
I'or Ht I'iiiii tinn .-vinini'iipoiiH.
I'nrK". North Imkutii.
' I U I nn and Hutu-. MontHiin.
The Velhiwutottv Park.
8Hiknina I'aiU nnd Tacotnn.
I'tirtlimil. I Iri'uiin
iU nt Kotite to Heuttlc nnd nil North I'm tht
The MTniv line to Cnlllornln, viu I'urtliind
nnd the Hhnstn Kotitr.
Ttekftti on pa It every wm-rr.
I'or inforniatlon mi 'ply tn nny AkchI,
mtilrfata A. V. If. L'AMI'KNTKH. ttCIUTal I
itrnurr A itvnt, ChiiiiKo, III., or It C. Hkamv,
utnrril i'nnrnirer rtkifni, i.iuivmi7. ix r
ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION
ROOMS, 26 PATTON AVE., I Y. M. C. A. ROOMS.
Open dully, eicept nuuduys, Irom III a. m
until 1 p. m., and n unlit 7 i
The terms of subscription are: One yeai
n moi.. 1 80; .1 nun., ti : 1 em., ni'cls
dally 'J ets
Omcrrs fnr lsmi President, Chnrles W,
Woolscy; Vlee-I'residrnt, Thos. A. Jones; nee.
and Treasurer, Ii. M. Watson: Librarian, Mi".
K. J Hatch.
Cltlsens and visitors are cordially luvii
to insiwct the ciitnloKoc 1 nd liin-rit'C the).
names as memlier. lannllritt
Hr. U. A. Ilnrrntt having decided to Iw-nte
In Ashrvllle, has liecll elected OrKsnlst and
Choirninater of Trinity Church. II Is pre.
pared lo Klvc lessons on the Ornun, I'lsno
forte. Violin and In voire culture i will also be
nin-n to cniciKemrnta a. conductor of or
chestral or Choral Hoeletles. Por terms ap
ply to DR.0AKRATT,
septMdlw 1H I'atlon Avenue
rooms, honse newly fnr.
il ; Mood tabli
me. Terms rcasonauiv.
street car line.
AIM patton Ave.
V Uquor Habit.
w bmmes golden SFtnnc
It ran b g n In cnlTio, t, nr In nrtlclm n( food
Without th knowlsTHlRfi off puttfnt tr nwnwiry
li la atbMiluilv haurnlrM and will i
IHiDi inq irwi7 wni, wni-iiirr mr mipi
ratadrlnksror an ahMMHilic wreea
K. I I
AlUt, HismnMisisnunH'llysnd with Mh
is-rtaiiiKV hi a imtirn. umiergtaw no inevD-
Tmuanoa, anu ..mi 11m onmuirve reiormailOB
riMlai i w book rraa, Tebtbiutol
RAJraoR at SMITH, UragglsU,
auilS dlkwljr uui wd frl
ICE RATES FOR
In quantities not Us than one ton at factory.........
In quantities tint less than one half ton ttt factory..
:n hi puumls, so tickets, to pounds each
lioo . no 10 " "
700 " L'H " BS
7IMI " IS " SO "
,,tii . in . mo "
Tickets In dollar paekaKes and anv ipinntiO'
our ollice ftir cash or tick. ts.
Ahltcville Ice &
Telephone No. 36 and 40.
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
- I'or sule at Wholesale anil Retail by
ASIIKVIH.E ICK AND COAL COMPANY,
Telephone 36 and 40.
Kseliisive Agents ilioiucstic nnil Steam I lor Western North Carolina.
I.HWI8 MADDl'X. I'ret
P. Mc LIU
lwis Maddus, M
8. 11. Kcvd. Cell. 8.
-E WESTERN CAROLINA BANK,
llruanlKd May 1st, IhMH.
CAPITAL, $50,000. SURPLUS.$20,000
Ntatc, County aud City Depository.
lines a lieneral llankinv business. DeposiU received. BschanKe bouxht and sold. Lou
lections made on nil accessible points. The Sarins Feature will receive ieclal Bttenti
Duall sums in this department, deposited for four months or lonicer, Interesl at the ro
of 4 s.r cent, per unnum will lie paid.
Special attention iiiven to loans on real estate, which will be plaerd for lonii time oa real
Open Irom U a m. to 8 p. m. On Huturdaya
217 Haywood Street.
Twenty.ftve years nl practical estciicnee,
tails of the business and perfect arrnnuements
manulaelureil, enable the proprietor to present
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphons.
.inmr Ale anil all the various flavors of SOIIA.WATBR ready for shipment sad djrNtTrrri
free In City limits. Out ol town orders most
BUILDING LOT OR ONE JiUNOREO DOLIARS IN HOTEL BOARD FREE,
In the New and (.rowing Mountain Resort,
(Nenr Anhcvillc. N. C , nnrt niljoinitiR the vnnrtcritiu estate.)
Your choice of nny lot in the plot for ltm. You urt Warranty Drrtl
(title M-rfeet and a receipt for tOO.
9111. 1 ncce coupons arc goon
nnv of the hotels in Hkyland.
lltiTKi. Ht. Akm'inii tien ntw
1IOTHU imxNVCK hut -open miw ir
rAViuoN Min'isK item tr. ouiii
Tht.-eeouponn arrKootl for three yearsfro-n thdr ilatennd lire tninKfcramr.
Then-lore. on puv tOO for your choler of n Itcautiful liulldinr lot ; you
irct the 10 nil liai-k in Imnnl ; tou hnve three yenra to. do mo in ; you can
mil the c.uiKi n to suiiie one cIhc If uiuilt not use them ; nnd at or I win re itu.
end of three yenra your lot will lc worth from 3o tt $Kt or more.
OTIS A. MILLER, p-ohriet
Take Train onl at 9.10 A. 1W. Fare
I-KI-I) Kt'TI I'.liC.H.
H0TELST ARMOND-HOTEL BONNYCREST
SKYLAND MINERAL SPRINGS, N. C.
Kiuht MIIch Mouth of Arthevlllc, ou the A. H. Railroad.
New hotel., new cuttnK' S. new funiiture,
48 MINERAL SPRINGS.
White Butphiir, Alum, Mnuneiin, Iron und Kpnom. Thiat srekinii henllb and pkraimRanil
aeleel society will not fall to visit this pleasnnt resort and drink of lu kraHnc waters.
ANheville, N. C.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Door, garth, Blind, Mouldlnira, gtalrwork, Mantela, Bank
and Bar Fixture", and all
Hard Wood Lumber Work a Specialty.
urildiy Telephone No. it,
$10Q REWARD I
I'or anyone who will buy a pair of tiniham Hhues and not get value received., Nuw at
31 NORTH MAIN STREET
Just above I'nrincrs' Warehouse. t
I'heiiiM-st store unearth. Ilnnille iiothlnu
ever.lioilv KIIIHT. We kiep home-made
made I'liilil. Home llliule llomestle. lloine
Aidievtlle Hltoe Co.'s Shoes,
AHheville Dry Goods Co.,
I. O. HOWntX, Maoaaer.
Howard I'rollll and Mill. Mokonibc are with ns.
SCHLIT'S MILWAUKEE BEER.
Celebrated the World Oyer for its Purity.
We deliver to all ports of the city our own Mottling Bmort Beer at
ONE DOLLAR PER DOZEN.
Our beer Is kept at d temiiernture of 40 degree, and we guarantee you a fresh article at
all time.. TlIU TRAllB HUI'I'LIBU PKOM
WINE AND LIQUOR .. STORE
IN THK STATE.
FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.
I. 4. MANOHAIinT, M'a-'r.
Awheville. N. C.
. .i.nnnarrr.iriir nllnTUVIIB
4 Ja. M4ML Hk. M. Aarsa unv m. a.aua.m.7p .
Dealers in.Wall Paper, Window Shade and Patent Hanger.
Palnta, CXU and Varalalna, MaMry' Mlaed Palnla aad Colors,
franca and Amerlaa.
J' " ' ' . , '
Wa kacp la Mock ft. Loalaaa.d Kiteky Uad,
40e. per hundred,
, S 00
"f lc may be obtained from drlveraland at
Mo. 30 Pattqn Ayenae.
M.J. Pskk, J- B. Rankin, J. B. Ray, J
the Havlnu tkpartment will beopentill B p.m.
FILTKRED oil the PremtK.
combined with ruasoNAI. attention to all d
for clranlinkss and ruarrr of all good,
to bis numrrou. patron, a aupcrior class o
hare sksponiiblb reference.
C. H. CAWPBKI.I-
with ten coupon attached, each icou-
ior a viicn m imfmuii ii uuiu
Rutcf from 30 to 4-0 per month.
as C'eitla Or Isrlve Houin s Miiea.
City Afent. 2 Patton Ave.
licntitiful KrovK.neal tennis nud eroiiuct lawns.
E. A. LeVENE,
Near PaMeiiKcr Depot.
iKalen'lo all kind, of Dressed
kind of Building Material. 1
Mit I'irsl-elass C.oihIs, and Intend to treat
Hhia - a of e verv kind. Home-made Jenn. Home
- llllKie itiiiiiih. si warrant every pair '
NO. 43 S. MAIN ST.. ASHEVILLE, N. C
FOR 8AL.IJ BY.
& TILE COMPANY,
P. O. Box 416.
Window Olaas, botk