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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER C, 18,)().
HIS FAREWELL TALK.
ATE AT AN KND,
He Deliver a abort Address to the
Congregation ot ttae Central
MetnodlMt Church LaMt MlKht
done to Kanaaa City.
" The services nt the Central Methodist
South, yesterday, closed Rev. G. C. Kun-
kin's terra as pnstor of that churcn. nr.
Rankin has been in chnrcc of this church
for three years and during that time has
done a world ot good. He lias, on sever
al occasions, won the hearty praise ol
some and the severe criticisms of others
for his tearless and outspoken manner in
alluding to the wickedness ot the city.
Dr. Kankin has made an excellent pastor
and his departure will be a loss that will
be felt not only by his own congregation
but by the entire community.
The services at his church yesterday
morning consisted of the monthly observ
anceof the sacrament. At night u song ser
vice was held, und at this service Hr
Kankin made a short farewell talk to his
congregation. His remarks were very
brief but impressive, und considerable
emotion on the purt of the congregation
Dr. kankin in the beginning announced
that he would leave tor Kansas litv
Mo., this morning. He said tins was
not his own selection, but thul he had
been directed by the church authentic
to eo there.
"In looking back," Dr. Kankin contin
ued, "over my three years us pastor ol
this church, 1 can see u gnat iiianv
thinus to afford me pleasure. The rein
tions of a pastor to his congregation arc
very sacred, there lieing but one relation
more so. unci that is the one of n hus
band to his wife, and if the pastor docs
as he should, he is sought by all of his
flock for counsel and prayers in a way
that no one else is sought. In this way
he becomes very much attached to the
neoole: their sorrows become his sor
rows and their pleasures Ix-conie his
measures. 10 sconraie a pastor iroin
his congregation is quite a trial to him
and he never liecomes accustomed to it
it always opens up a wound in his heart
and leaves him vcrv sad. 1 am not emo
tional, but when these times come 1 uin
very near it and it is hurd for me to talk
1 feel this way more than ever to-night
for heretofore when leaving a place I
have alwavs had somehoiie of being sent
back some duy, but now I go too fur
away and have no idea ol ever reluming
to you as pastor. I go iiecanse 1 ice.
that I am ncwlcd and therefore the scpn
ration is pcrjicttml, and the next time
we meet it win oc iiriiunti me iiironi
"Of a bona fide memlicrsliip of tliii
church of H) have come in since
took charge ol the church, and as almost
halt ot the memlierM have lieeu receive!
by me 1 feel vcrv closely and tenderly re
luted to them. Nothing unpleasant lie.
tween me and the congregation has oc
curred while 1 have lcen here and then-
is no bitterness. 1 love all mid will
carry away most pleasant recollections
ol my relations to vou.
"There are soniethiugsthat 1 wish wen-
otherwise. There linvc not been as many
people converted ns 1 wished. Then-
were young men m the congregation
when I came who were out of itinst and
1 huvc tailored to have then change, but
they are out vet. If thev are not saved
they will certainly be lost and uf coursi
this gives me pain. If I could lecl that
all who have attended on my ministry-
would lie saved it would be a happiness
tnut no worus couiu give expression to
I beseech all of you to labor for this.
bee you, as a parting word, to receive
"During my work ns pastor here I have
een a great many things that were not
right, tiocl has given me n conscience,
and that conscience would not iermitnie
to be silent nUiut them, and hence 1 have
had to speak and write of them plainly
1 have done it in the tear of God and tor
the good of the community. 1 do not
deserve great praise nor censure for this,
for it could not tic otherwise. 1 had to
open my mouth to tell the truth. 1 huve
crcuted unfavorable imprcssioas, but 1
was not after popularity. I huve tried
to keep but one object in view and that
is the glory of God. 1 have nothing but
love tor those who have become angered
I love all people ol all classes in the city
and mv prayer is tnnt nil m.iv lie saveu.
"To my immediate congregation, I beg
you to remember me in your prayers. 1
shall remember vou in mine. 1 have been
with the most of you in affliction and
have mingled my tears with yours and
felt your sorrows. Therefore I cannot
forget you. I return my thanks for your
sympathy and co-operation, and believe
you have tried to do your duty ns 1 huve
tried to ao mine.
Before concluding Dr. Rnnkin returned
thanks Prof. V. Kneringer, the organist
and the members of the choir for their
efficient and valuable aid. He alsi
thanked the memliers uf theoflicinl board
of the church und W. 11. 1'enland, the
He closed his talk by saving: "God
bless such people and keep them, and by
and bye may we all n eet around the
throne of God where our union may lie
perpetuated forever und where we may
all love and be led to fountains of living
water, and hunger and thirst no more
and weep and sorrow no more.
The services were closed with the sing.
ing of "(jod le with you till we meet
PROMINENT AM MI V A IM,
There Anv One Here
Oku Rock: Miss Daisy Wilson, Co.
lumbin, S. C; J. L. Luddan, Winston, N
C; M. V. Kourke, L. I'. Lcndlcy. Knox-
ville, Tenn.j Herd S. Kuttmunn, New
York: L. L. Sundley, South Carolinn:
Mrs. J. H. Bnrolin, Mrs. J. K. Miller,
Hurlam, Iowa; Miss Alinnic Ilrnzil, Hen
dersonville, N. C; A. II. Howard and
wife, Edison, Wash.
Swannanna :. P. Wailcs, P. H. liar
relson, Vs..; Thos. Turner, New York ; J.
8. Williams, K. C.allnwnv, Wm. II. Pear
son, Thos. Murphy, Kugcne I'. Allien. F.
H. Cameron, J. b.Tinnlcy, Mrs. M. Ma.
son, N. C; Albert Adler, Alabama; W. M,
Hanline, Baltimore; C. H. Parks, Git.;
w. K. loppnge, h. v, loppnge, Mut
toon, III.; B. E. Hooker, Knoxville.
Grand Central : Mrs. O. C. Mncot,
Misses M. L,. nncot and Irupo, Skvlund,
N. C: B.L. Ilrown. Walter Connallv. H.
M. Hrown, W. P. Randolph, J. J, Mnck
ey, city; Ralph J. Ncal, Ky.; Claude
Hicks, SCR. R.; A. R. Hrown, John
Moore, Knoxville; W. R. Woodurd,
Coopers; G. H. Gallaher, Tenn.: W. C.
Hrittain, Ga.; I. M. Hunnieutt, Atlanta;
R. D. Hosting, N. Y.; A. S. Bryson, N. C;
Thos. Pitigerald, Knoxville; W, A. Cra
ry, N. C; W. L. Spencer, Baltimore; C.
W, Schulti, Trenton, N. Y.; O. W.Payne,
N. C; T. H. Bomur, Morgnnton; K.J.
8tokely, city; T. R. Justis, N. C; 0. .
Webber, 8. C.; J. A. Holly burton, N. C;
W. Y. Porter, Coopers; G. W. Crawford,
Marion; Geo. M. Bulla, Lexington, N. C.
MrMimnsugh's millinery department
Is doing rushing business. They fur
nished the young ladies of the Ashevillc
female college yesterday and shipped 20
do sen trimmed hats to South Carolina.
varwial till 8 it. m. TneNdiur
IncreaHliiiC elousllneaa and nIiow-
erHt Hutneriy wiiisni NmiigiiHrs
C. V. Brown has returned from a trip
S. P. Mears returned yesterday from n
tw.o weeks trip to New York.
O. M. Bulln, n deputy internal revenue
collector, of Lexington, N. C, is in the
A marriage license has been issued to
J no. M. UucKett anil Ainumiu Austin
both of Buncombe.
Mrs. I. Norris Mversleft to-day for
Baltimore where she takes her little boy
lor medical treatment.
N. W. Fain has returned from Long Is
land, where he has licen engaged in build
ing an electric railroad.
Mr. G. W. Crawford, storckecier and
ganger for the fifth district, with head
quarters at Marion, is in the city to-day.
A circular is out stating that the col
ored republican voters of the eilv will
meet at the court house to-night lor the
purpose of organizing a club.
The revival meetings at the French
Urond Baptist church lire vcrv success
ful. So tar there have Ik'cii four additions
to the church in n result of them.
Misses Maria and Katie Brown and
Potter M. Brown left yesterday for a
trip to New Zealand, their former home.
They will be gone several months.
The court house clock has nt last been
set to so os give the correct time. For
the past two or three weeks it hail been
wandering around with false informal ion.
Mrs. Dolph Baird. who lives on Char
lotte street has sent to Tiik Citizkm an
apple blossom ami some well di veloK'd
plums, both ol u second growth for this
William Pcnlaiid died at his home in
Lower Hominy township yesterday
morning. He was 2a years ot age and
died of consumption. The funeral occurs
Howard Butler, colored, was reporteil
in The Citizkn of Friday as having liecn
placed in jail for selling whiskey. He de
nies that this is the case and says that
llutler Shclton was the man.
X. A. Reynolds. C. W. Malonc, II. C.
loiH-s, Johii Reynolds and li. H. Atkinson
kit Saturday night for a fishing and
hunting trip to Beaufort, X. C. They
will be absent about a week,
lion. T D. Johnston left yesterday fur
Kiitherlon ton. He addresses the iieople
on the political issues there to-day and
at Marion to-morrow, lie simiks in
Swunnnnon township Saturday.
Mr. G. H. Morris, alter one week on
the campaign with Mr. hwai t. has snll
his interest in the Western Farmer and
Mechanic. Mr. J. Wiley Shook, formerly
ot the Clyde Register, was the purchaser,
and he will try it lor a week or two.
Mr. 15. II. Wright in a letter to us says
that the "Shelby colony ill Ashrvilli-
ire hale nil hearty, line of their mini-
lu-rcast .lis first democratic vote in the
iirimarv election auiuruitv. i ney sun
slick to their colors. "Shelby Aurora.
ICveuing educational classes for young
men wi t lie organized lo-uigui in r
'clock nt the Young Men stliris;iiiu As
sociation in commercial aiitnmciic,
liookkecninif. tieiiiiniiiiisliiii and slenog
raphy. AH desiring to enlcr these classes
lioiilil apply tu-iiigiit.
K. B. Davis, of Ashevillc. who con din
ted the auction sale at Andrews on Tttc.i
lav. will certainly Ik-called upon to sell
out Koiiahcctah. Wc are reouested to
say however, that Kill t ooiier and A.
CampM! will give him to understand
that they will not submit to any more of
Ins surensm. .Murpliy uulietm.
Chaplain C. F. Williams, who has lieen
chaplain for many years of the state
prisons ol Iowa, aim who wusn delegate
to the national prison conference at Cin
cinnati, will deliver a tree lecture on In
temperance in its relation to crime to
night at H.atl o'clock at the lecture hall
ot the V. M C. A. The lecture is under
the auspices of the association and la
dies us well as gentlemen are invited.
Wc lire inlormed that the (acuity ot
Rutherford College are considering oilers
tor the removal ot the college. Connelly
Springs otters a site and an indefinite
amount. At Oaslonin Mr. I-lie, the evan
gelist, olfers $500 und other gentlemen
$W)0 tor its reiuovul fiere. OKI Fort
wants to know how much is wanted to
move there, and one man offers to raise
$10,111111 lor its removal to Ashevillc.
We vi'ited the bcautilii! farm uf Cot.
Frank Coxe, on Green river, Polk county
u lew (lavs ago. The broud fields with
their heavy crops, the pastures clotted
all over with colts and young' cattle, and
the preparation lor other crops, all gave
evidence that somebody had ticcnnround
who, while he might not constitute a
state alliance, hud left a model lor most
farmers. Welound the Colonel himsclt
busily engaged in superintending the con
struction of an iron bridge over Green
river. Kuthcrlordton Banner.
Mr. J. C. Lottiee has cone to Ashevillc,
where he expects to be employed lor
some some time to come. Miss l-.llcn
Southern is visiting friends in Ashevillc
lor a lew davs. Rev. W. P. Southern,
il'the Baptist mission work of Ashevillc.
was in llrevnrd on a short visit lust
week, and made us a pleasant call.
Mr. Ins. M. Znclutrv was in Ashrville on
business the first of the week. Mr. Ed.
Znchury, a former resilient ol this county
who has Ix-cn living nt Asuivillcville at
Ashevillc for some time employed ns a
salesman in Redwood & Co., store, is nt
home for a few days. He inlorms us that
he intends to return to Ashevillc. Bre
Thousands of pounds of this stuff has
been sold on this market lately for dairy
and creamery butter and has been ship
ped here by a person in Covington, Ky.,
who has been curry ing on this traffic to."
a long time. The government now has
him under arrest for violating the laws,
ns there is a tax on the stuff, and besides
the law requires every dculer in it to take
out a license costing $48 a year before
being allowed to sell it.
MoniethliiK Kntlrely New.
The Little Jewel Lump, made of nickel,
hnlf the size of an ordinary lamp, but
gives more light. You ore sure to buy
one on sight. At i-nw s, on south Mum
street. Agents wanted.
A Mad Railroad Wreck
occurred several days ago on one nl ou
most important trunk line. Noliod)
Hurt nut nil tne DaggaKe except tne
Koller-Trajr Trunks was smashed up.
Ruv one. Sold bv dealers. Made bv H.
W. Roundtrec & Bros., Richmond, Va.
. A Mew Road to Bllaa.
If vau are wise and wish to become
healthy and wealthy also, vou will use
Roller Kins or Electric Light flours be
cause the Ashryille Milling Company'!
flour is not only the best but thccheaoeit.
I'l'HTHKR PHUl'KKDINIiH Of
THK COl'NTY UKMUl'Kt'l'S.
Hpevclieu by Home ol the Nomi
nee The Cnndldutea for the
.eitlalalure luMtructed for Z. II.
Vance for l ulled Hlatea taeuator
H. M. FurniHii selected Chair
man of the County Committee.
The ballots for the second member ol
the house of representatives in the demo
cratic convention Saturday were ns fol
lows; First ballot Baird, .11 ; Curtis, Stl 3-1-;
Lowrv, 1H ; Craig, 4 .'1-4.
Second ballot Craig, fill 1-2; Baird,
IN -4: Curtis, 17 1-4; Lowry, L'l 1-4
Chr.sboro, 4 1-4; Dubose, 4.
Third ballot Craig, 45 1-1! ; Baird, 0
Lowrv, nt; Curtis, 7 1--'; Clicesboro,
11-2; Dubose, 0.
Fourth ballot Lowty, 08; Craig, 52.
Mr. Lowry was declared to lie the
nominee lor the house ol representatives
and was called on tor a sH-cch. lie
thanked the conviilion for the uoniiim
liou mid pledged himsclt to work lor the
success ol the party. Mr. Lowrv made
a good talk and received hearty ap
plause. . .
After Mr. Lowry concluded Mr. Locke
Craig was called for. lie said that al
though he had Ikcii defeated ill the nomi
nation he would do everything possible
to support the U.kct that was nouiinn-
ted. He said he hail no doubt that tin
ticket would lie elected. In sie.iking ol
the legislative nominee, .Mr. Lowry, .Mr.
Craig referred to him as a "noble young
man and one of the stalwail s-us ol
HiuK'omU-." Mr. Craig, in closing,
thnnked his friends for the support giver,
him in the convention.
Mr. M. L. Kecd, the first named uomi
nee lor tlie house of representatives was
called on tor n sieech. Mr. Keeil In gnu
by saying that he would mil make a
sieccli as he wanted lo "save his shot
until he could see Ihc target." He said :
'The republican opponent will be like
the dew ; they will rise up in the morning,
but will gradually melt until they arc all
On motion of K. M. I'unnan the nomi
nees lor the house of repicKcnliitivcs
were instructed to cast their vole for '.,
It. Vance for I'nited Stales senator.
It was moved and carried that the del
egates to the senatorial convention lie
instructed lor K. It. uncc, unless I he
democrats ot Mudisuu county wanted to
name a candidate Irom that county. Mr.
I-'arradav Reeves, ol Madison county
aid he thought that county was in fa
vor ol lien. Y'uucc for the senate. Cnpt.
Mcl.oud stated thul Gen. Vance did not
waul theotlict, but would take it if the
party wished him to. t'leu. Vance was
present and said that owing to the sick
ness ol one ol the members of this liimilv,
he would not lie able to make the can
vass mid asked to Ik' excused.
Cnpt. Mel. oiul staled lo the conven
tion th t he had resigned us chairman id
the county executive commit tec and
asktd lo have luskiieccasoi denied, fc'apl
Mcl.oud also urged upon all democrats
the importance of registering lor the
election. He pledged liimscll to exert
every power lor the good ot the party.
R. M. Kantian was placed in nomina
tion lo succeed Cnpt. McLoud as chair
nan and was elected. -Mr. I'ui inau is to
appoint the executive committee.
The convention adjourned.
wi-;kt wakii dkmockatm.
A Voting Men'H llvmocrallc Cluh
OrKHiilzt-cl Hnturditv Night.
A meeting of lite democrat ol the west
ward was held in the coin t house Malar
lay night and the west ward young
men's demorcatic club was organized
.Mr. T. C. Startles was called to the cli.iii
and opened the meeting. The following
named officers were elected ; X. P. Corn,
president; W. R. Bcaideii, secretary ; M.
li. Rolierls, treasurer; W. C. Troy, li. D.
McCollum and R. P. Foster, via presi
dents. The lollowing names were enrolled us
members ol the club: W. II. Tmv, J. J.
Maekev. J. M. Campbell. C. D. Ill.iulou.
W. F. I'teaii. R. I. Foster, R. Mcllrnver.
J. II. F.nlon, X. P. Chcdesler, X. A. Col
lins, J. M. lid .yards, S. I. 1 1. ,l set I, II. C.
Terry, . II. Hampton, P. X. Cariiui ton,
W. P. Kilpatriek, C. C. Kilpaliick. J. F.
Kilnatrick.Jas. Taylor M. C. .Nnl.iiid, A.
t. Ilalybnrton. W. F. romlitisou, F. M.
Weaver, S C. lintou, J. D. Robertson. J.
M. Ingle, W, R. Bei-rden, J. I:. ILnupioii.
J. M. Young. W, G. Pen v. M. li. Role
erts, W. C. Troy. X. P. Corn, G. A. Par
ker and T. C. S'turiies.
Thursday night was selected for the
regular meeting night and the club ad
journed to miet in the court house mxi
Thursday nt 8 p. m.
Index lo New Advertlavtnenln.
Wastkii nil. . Mnlnst
I'm M Mm Ni'llle l.nllnrlie.
Niitick W. Tfithul Prnnltntin.
Onrnnirof Knclicn Vint Klil Hhotn, Irlt nl
Minn Ntlllr I.nll.irln-'H. Apply at more a nil
claim property nml pny lor ml.
A Hrwltitf C.lrl, at
NO. 31 'i H. MAIN HT.
Thr Anhrvlllr Htrrrt Knllwiiv will ntnkr no
Hh ntton nt ttir next ntil r ittcctliiH of the
Muiml nl stMmtirn nl thr city of Anhvvltlr,
N C, fur KrmlMlin to hul il nnil otK-nitr n
line nl ntrii-l iiiiIm-hv on tlnv vihmI hiiiI iu-
viny trvt-t nml on hr pmpi Mil rxti-nvlon of
ACAilvmy Ntrrrt, In the eltv ot A-hcville, N
C. W TAI.IUT I'llNSIMAN, I'rci.
LMH KltNT UK SAI.K.
Klvhl-roMiu hnimr on titnkr Ntrrct.
UlUlllw CIIK. ACAIlCMV k MI.AKK.
A frw nk-c hnnritcm without chllrlrrn inn
(Ht ci.H- 7N I1AIII(Y HT.
In Prmhytrrlnn ehi rth on MHih Kent..
IlrenMoln i nn l luul Uv unvlnu for thin
u i at inn oiu.c uciuu
Nnv. nlh. f tl.lllHI. nn flrsl-rliii. tillrrnvcil
rrsieatnM. Mint Knuw Imin.uialcly. Ail
ocU iiat Can Cltlirn.
Dr. IB. F. Arrinton,
rutin, trcth incrlnltr. sl.o trrstlna ill.
tnixA iiiim. unit nil dlNMt.i-. ncrliilnhitf tu
tnc iirnini Mtrtit-turr. mut nrnmi n rnt
ln nvenue, over Kay.or Mi Smith's urujt
Ootd, Mlver, Ivory, Oak, Ollt and Comlil
nation Mnnlrflniia, Al.o Boom Moulding..
Pictures Matted, Mounted and Framed at
lowest pricefcand work guaranteed. Bngrav
Inas, Palntlnas and Local Views always on
Vk S. Slain St., Aabcvlllc.
Buy Uavdacy'a ulde Book
now ..rightly;, bravely,
MIMNAUGH'S - MATCHLESS - PRICES
In stately .n'mnili'iir pour ;ilon'. Lust week's businoss im
mense; this week's iiulureineiit still n'rcnter. A rush immi
nent. Karelins irresistible.
fereil nnywhere in the Dry (lotuls line. Competition? Away
with Mich nonsense. Wc sweep! We lend! The onrl.s hinl.
ins usual, catches the worm.
the market caught bargains.
McKiiiley taiil't' bill and hail to pay '27 to .") per cent,
"THE DSRY GOODS IIOUSK"
flc?8 there this season. Our immense patronage daily in
creasing The intelligent public know we have the finest
stock ever la-ought to this part of the country and are
leaders in our line. Our prices always the lowest mid uni
form to all. We employ no cheap clerks for trade inllu
enee. but have the very best talent we can secure, men anil
ladies who know how to serve .nnl show you through
every department in the house.
Trade where your orders can be tilled complete:
where your every want is supplied : where you won't have
to decide between a few pieces; where stuff is pilt d ns high
as little mountains; where material ami trimmings match .
where the latest magazines, cuts, illustrations mi l pat
terns are kept to facilitate in the selection of every gar
ment ; where push, energy and enterprise is evident; where
yon get a "dollar's worth of noodsforn dollar;" where
.your children can buy as cheap as you can ; where your or
ders are taken care of.
this week. .March to No.
free trade prices continue until
knows our house. It is lite
stylish, fashionable, pretty,
A model dry goods house a in use of bargains.
F. P. MIMNAUGH,
l)rv (mhhIs, Millinery nm Cni'in'in.
BALLARD. RICH & BOYCE, i
nit i.i:i:t IX-
.Stoves and Tinware.
PLUMBINO. CAS 0 STEAM FITTINQ, SLATE
AND TIN ROOFING.
P4INTH nml Oll-H.
THE PASTEUR FILTER,
IN AM. 8IZUS I'llR PAMIUV
AMI IIOTRU I'HIt.
Uuaraulved lo lie nerm Proof.
ALL 81211a Klil'T IN STUCK.
VISIT THAT HILL INTBKEST
GRAND OPENING OF FINE
Tliurttday nml Friday, Oct. 21 tinct ,$d.
All purciniHCMi in Now York
iii'tii.y in miMivifriiTH, tin inwr,
fllMI'M t iniir.V f if wllicll W(ri Ol
, 1.1 1 1 1 W ' "S " "III
nfM'imitf rnom. nlliHl wil.li 1 lit? Hioinnt. and lntcMt HtylcHof
fiiiiMinportttil I'ottt'f.v, (iliiHH. Vnscs. DoIIh. &: We nronmv
IlllHV with fnlir I'lf'I'kH lllllllllllillir I Iiumo numu tii.il-iniH I..
for 'tin? dinplny. Mor ,v't lo
tinio oiip of (OdiHoti'H Intt'Ht
win iioruyyou 011 hhhit'vui to coino niitj m it, Mmcjully
tin; IttdicH und cliildi'i-n. In our
we WM uri'd a qunntit.v of 1li Littlo Jewel LnmpH, tho1ntHt
thinir out. hoiurht direct fi 'Olll fiirt.ot'V mill nut tiKiiui ui.llu
itntHiKlit. It ih now on exhibition.
Just whnt Abhi'ville neediMl unotlier China Store. It in
nei. Tim InrireHt Ntoek. thn Inhmt. ilnuliniu 1 ,1 i-tif ..........
of clerks iIiidiPH find innt emeni. ( nnvun anilv in..n.'i
1 lelp uh and we will Hoon reach thf; climax. Do not fonret
thHoiM'ninprdays. We are always glad to weleomo you.
41 Tatton Avonuo,
Nothing like them yet of-
Mininaiifih s early visit to
Later buyers caught the
11 Patton Avenue, where tin-
further notice. Everybody
synonym of everything new
substantial, good and cheap
J UST IlECEIVED
I 6oo IIutlielH
! FRESH BURNT CHARCOAL
BY THE LOAD, BARREL OR BUSHEL
c. i:. iioooy,
OfTJcc No. jo Pillion Avenue.
TKI.KI'IIOXK NO. Ml,
Vnnl nnd Wurrhnuw near l"en I. Tele.
POTTERY AND GLASS AT THE
li.v Mr. Tliriinli. Aftorn wii'k'K
- iirimil iniliol-t inw.L-iimiu ii
roiiif. p will havi in n tshor't
improvnl Tnlkinf? DoIIh. nnd
TIIRASII & CO.,
under Grand Opera House.
ICE RATES FOR
In qitimtltl.-n not trM. tlmn iMie ton nt factory
In iuaiitHI' ii not lliun i.ih' li II Inn at liicior.v
:t"0 iiountln, :tn tti-kt-iM, in poiiml vh,-Ii
nun ili " I'l " " '.
7IHI " Its " v5 " "
7.111 ' IS " ftO ' "
mill, lo mil " "
ri..L..,B In ,l.,llnr tin, tun... iitiH tint- iinntill
our tiiliii- for i-imli or tu-k ts
AnIicvIIIc Ice &
Tclopliouc No. ?6 mid 40.
J JEST ANTHRACITE COAL
- - I'or Milr nt liolfnulc and Retail by
AsaiKvnxic ics: and coal company.
Telephone 30 and 40.
lin-liiMtvt' AKenta 1 Pomr.tlc nnd t.teami lor Western Kortb Carolina.
I a 111 rend.v to hIiow you the new slinpps in Fall Xockwenr
in exquisite niitl exelusive designs. AIo now in stock the
new blocks in lints foi tlieseason in ''Youni.itt'H." Miller and
Ihinlnp sh tpes. A full liic of Men's Fine Hand Made
Siloes, in 1 rencli Calf l'liieiit Leather, He. . &c, of thecele
bra 1 od imike of Hatha way. .Soule nnd Harrington. My
$ MM) Shoe for Men is .1 dandy and hard to beat. Kverv
pair warrranteil. F. E. MITCHELL.!
Men's Out litter. 28 Tatton Ave.
I.HWI8 MAIHII X. I'n-s U. I'. Mi l.lH'll. Vlcc-1'n.-s. I. K. KANKIN, Cashier
limacT.iRi:-l.cl. MmMux, M.I. IU-.ir.lcn, M.J. I'nsK. I. B. Rankin. J. B. Ray, I. 8. !teei
8. II. Keeil. t'nsu. It I'uwell. C. M Mcl.ou.l.
- WESTERN CAROLINA BANK,
Orsanlred May 1st, IhHW.
CAPITAL. 850,000. SURPLUS. 820,000
mate. Count) and City Depository.
lues a General llbnklns nu.lni'U. tieixwita rrceiTeri. Bxcbana hoaaht and asld. Cm
lections mailr nn all aevrMitile nuluta. The Saving Feature will receive special attention.
On alt .utn. in this 4cpnrtnient, deposited fnr four months or lonaer, laterest at the rat
of 4 per cent, per annum will be paid.
Special attention aieen to loan, on real etatr. which will be plared for long time oat rea
Open Irom tl a m. to 8 p. m. fin Saturdays the darUi llepartment will heopeatUt p. a
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
217 Haywood Street.
All. WATI-.lt THUHOIUHLV FILTIRKI on Hie Prcfulnca.
Tweatv-Avt-tTaraoi prnriltal evrkiier. cnmlilnril with roKAL atteatinn to all d. .
tiiliaof the iiulnr and pcrtn-t nrrui.tcnunl- for clssm.ixkw and rTkirn ot all kooiih
manulncturnl. ennlilr the propnrtnr in pn-wni to hl numerous patrons a .uiwrlor elan
Vichy und Seltzer Water in Siphons.
niuKcr lr and atlihr enrtnu tl.iv.rr. ol Soua.WATKK rrndjr for .hiimieiit aao drliiend
frer In City limit., out ,,i town ntilem mii.l linre aKFn.ini.s relereni-e.
A BUILDING LOT OR ONE HUNDRED
In the New and C.rowlnsr Mountain Kcsiort,
( Xenr Aslirville, X. C , nml mljoiniiiK the Vnmltrliilt Hstote.
Voiwrhnkt .,f any lot 'n lh nlnt f. r Sluo. Vou let a Warranty feed
llillr rfr.ll in n n-eript for lMl. with ten i-nu.n. attarhrd, each .ou
ponlir$Hl Thr-e ciuiH,n. arc Kiml lor Slileiuh in pumrnt fo. board at
any of ih. hnuu in Miiliin.l.
II11TKI. sr ah u -mi i.Kn now. 1
llorKi. HiiMvcHKr k-u n.iw Riiti from f 30 to 4i tier month.
I'av.i.ioj! iim .ii tK-init liu.U )
lli..ei-..iiM,H rr.,.., f..r tlr eyrnrafro-i hHr diitnind are trnn.lrahle
Tht'itlnrr. u piiv I "11 It your etiolee of a uc.iut-.lui buinlinir lutieou
art the Sum nil hack in I .,.1,1, 1, vou h ve lht v nr. to do .0 In , rou 'cm
el 1 tin ioiiiu to .urn.- oner if voudo not ue ilicm; nnd at or Ijciore tin.
end 01 three year, your Int will he wnnli from :km tv (tiuo or n o .
OTIS A. MILLEH, rRnmiETOR,
Tk Train Out nl 9.10 A. M.-Far as CenlK Or Drive Houlb 8 M Ilea.
I'Klill. KI TI KIM'.K. Cltj A,-rnl. UH I'otlon y.
SKYLAND MINERAL SPRINGS, N. C.
i:iKltl 9111cm South or AaIicvUIc, on the A. ft B. Rallrontl.
New hotels, new dittos;... new furniture, henutllul irroTrs.neat tenaha and cioquft -,,.,
ww gih 48 MINERAL SPRINGS. .
W hltc Sulphur. Amm. Marnicla. Iron and lipaoni. Thoae seeklaa health and pleaiar and
srkel Mx-ictr will not fail to vl.li this pleasant te.ort and drink of Its heallnc water.
a lira dtf
Aahcvillc, N. C.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
aiauuiaciurcrs ann ucnicrs in all kinds of Dressed
Door, NtiMh, mind, Mouldlnffii, Htulrwork, IvIhiiIcIh, Hank
and Rar Futures), and all kind of Ilulldlnir Material.
Hard W'uttl Lumber
SCHLIT'S MILWAUKEE BEER,
Celebrated the World
v urnver in an puria of tne city our own Mottling Bxport Deer at
' ONE DOLLAR PER DOZEN.
TMK I.I tlllMI . '
V WINE . AND .. LKQl'OR STORE .
FINE SAMPLE AMI 11ILLIAKD ROOM.
t. . .A.om.hT. s. , r. I WO. 4-3 S. MAIN ST.. ASHEVILLE. N. C
1IRICK. URIC.K. It It if
FOR BALE &
Ashcville, N. C.
Dealer la Wall Paper, Window Shade and Patent Mansers..
Pniata.OUsaad Varelahe. Manrj's Mixed Pajnts and Colors. Window Olass. ot
French and Asserleu
W. kstp la stock M. Loaiaaad Kntacky Lead. sthtdls
.lOc. per hundred.
i if if n nv lu tthlnlm.ft from ilrl.'v mnA
No. 30 Patton Avenue,
C. It. MPflH.l ,
DOLLARS IN HOTEL BOARO FRll
E. A. LcVENE,
Near raimeiiKcr Depot.
Work a Specialty. I
Mo. . I
Over for Uh Purity.
& TILE COMPANY
P. O. Box 426.
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