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ASIIEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN : TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 7, 1890.
CRIME AND INTEMPERANCE
LUCTl'RB BV A PRIMN CHAP
Rev C. F. William, of Iowa,
Glvea an InlcreMlluK Talk at the
V. M. C. A. Last Night Crime
Compared lo Niagara Valla.
Rev. C. F. Williams, who for many
yean bai been chaplain of the Iowa
tate penitentiary delivered a lecture on
"Intemperance and its relation to crime
at the Young Men's Christian Associu.
tion last night. There was a good sized
audience in attendance, not withstand
ing the inclement weather, and the lec
ture was much enjoyed. The subject was
treated as only one who has hud years
"The subject has many sides," said the
(teaker, "but I will spe.ik only of its re
lation to crime. It has been said, 'there
is a tide in the affairs of men.' The one
who said that referred only to that tide
which if taken at its turn, leads a m
on to fortune, but there is another tide
and this leuds to evil and misfortune.
matters nut whether it is by indifference
pleasure, or by the infatuation of a arnsi'
of security, this unseen tide hurries
nor can the doom lie less fearful because
of having b.tn uufeared.
COMPAKKD TO NIAOAKA.
"The voice of the great Niagara falls
incompnrable to the voice of this grei
cataract of crime. This Niagara is to
intense to be endured and the man wh
nets in it is drawn to death. He is in t
stream that moves on to the abyss. The
iilunire is terrible.
"It has been mv place to stand helo
this plunge for years and to do what
could to revoke these souls. I wonl
rather try to voice the roar of nature
greatest cataract than the roar of th
cataract ot crime.
"Let us trace this stream to its source
Intemperance sustains to crime the rel
tion of cuuse to effect. The aulbori
ties on the subject place the nuinlwr
crimes caused by intcmernnce nt more
than one-lull ot all crimes committcil.
Iowa, the tnaetinent and enforcement
a liquor law run down the numlier
convicts in the prisons very largely.
DIVISION OF CKIUK.
"Crimes are divided into two classc
crimes of passion anil crimes of delibera
tion. I hose ot passion are against t
person and those ol 'deliberation ngainM
property. I ncn ngaiu, crimes 01 pusNio
are umiirti into tnree sinus, crimes
anger, lust, and malicious inischic
Crimes of deliberation are also divide
in three kinds: protessional crime, tion.
professional crime and exceptional crime
All crimes have u preparatory process
anil n precipitating process.
"The man who is usually mild and pa.
tient, by years of indulgence in nlcolio!
becomes irritable and his brain am
nerves are vitiated. Instead of being l
giving as he once was he allows a wronc.
to rankle in his breast and injury becouu
a blood poison to him. Criims ol nngc
both in the preparatory and the Anal
outbreak can, in n very large proporlii
lie traced to intemperaiiee.
"Crimes of lust are caused livintcnipe
a nee. VYcarc taught that alcohol throw:
the bloo'l on the base of the brain am
causes a man to be more brutal and de
ilish; causes him to lc more evil in sensu
alii v and in crime: it Iwuumbs the con
science and takes away human feeling
"It is obvious that crimes of iii.iIii.iimi
mischief come Irom iniemiK-rance am
they need nut be discussed.
"I'rofcssiomil criminals ulmunds
America. The criminal classes are n con
slant menace to the country, the sue
cesstul iirotessionalis not n sot, but
comes from an itucmiieratc home. The
saloon is the cause ol iHilessional crime
I HorAC.ATION UP CKIMK.
"The criminals go out from the citic
into small towns and their first place to
go is the saloon. Here they get hold ol
a young man, not a criminal and use in'
temperace to debauch his mind, and gel
him lo act as their tool in some crime
They get the booty and csciiK and he
"kxccptinnnl crime is when ninaii win
holds a position ot trust mid honor be
trays that trust mid becomes ndcfa ill te
It this happens in a high position, it
generally caused by the man being wined
and dined down." He loses his moral
conscience, self rrsiect and the respect nl
his lellow men. He is a plight ol man
hood and wrecks his home and circles of
The F.wsrl Club.
The colored republicans organized the
"II. If. liwnrt club" at the court house
last night. M. I). F.rwin was elected
president of the club and Win. Wilson
secretary. Sieeches were made bv Messrs,
li. W. Crawford and Scott, of Marion
and J. R. West of this citv, and also by
K. P. Smith and lolin Vtlutson, colored
The club selected Monday nights for their
regular meeting, which will lie held in the
neata ol an Kunineer.
P. A. I'caick, a former resident of Ashe-
ville died nt his home in KcidsvilleSimdn
mornini. He was H.'l years old. Para
ysis caused his death.
Mr. Pcniek was for some time nn cngi
nrer on the Western North Carolina rail
road and lived in Asheville. He was un
versnlly popular. The lunerul occurrri
nenr Danville yesterday. I. M. Kdwnrdf
ol this city, who was a brother engineer,
attended the lunernl.
Mortuary Report for September
The mortuary rrKrt for Asheville for
the month of Scptemlrrr is given here,
with: There were sixteen deaths, nine a
white persons and seven of colored. Of
these, two resulted from typhoid lever,
one irom miiiunni lever, one Ironi iiiptv
therm, tnree Irom consumption, one
from heart disease and right from all
other causes. The deaths from con
umption were all ol non-residents.
The stock hook of the Asheville Natu
ral Ons and Mining com puny arrived
this morning and a number of shares
have been issued. Those wishing stock
will please call on P. M. Johnson. oc7-B
Tlio Dally Cltlaem.
Is nlwnys alive to the interests ol
Asheville and its people.
la the most jMipufar advertising me
dium in North Carolina.
la read by a greater numlier of people
than my other secular paper in the
Is always filled with the choicest rend'
Ing matter 01 trie any.
Boarding houses fill their rooms by ad'
verturiiia- in the citukn.
News, and all the news, makes the Cit
ukn a general favorite.
No retail merchant ever made a great
auece-ei without advertising. Try the
An advertisement In tl,e Citizrn pays
the advertiser an hundred-loin.
To Insure change of advertisements
running on regular contract, copy must
be handed in br 10 o'eiock a. ra.
Forecast till S a. m. Wednesday
lncreattlnar cloudiness and allow
crai westerly winds t stallouary
temperature, except cooler In Ine
Mr. and' Mrs, Lewis Maddux left to
day for a visit to New York.
To September: Come back and all will
be forgiven. October is worse than you
Mr. J. 0. Howell left last night for
New ork. He will lie gone about two
Ed Hcuseley, for carrying a concealed
weapon, was fined $10 by acting Mayor
Miller this morning.
R. V. Wolfe hns been appointed a dele
gate to the senatorial convention, Oct.
13, from tleaverdam precinct. John Kem
bcrly is alternate.
Insiwctor-Genernl Cameron, of Govern
or Fowle's staff, will inspect the Asheville
Light Infantry at their armory in the
Johnson building to-night at 8. IS o'clock.
Mr. Asa S. Loomis, formerly chief clerk
of the llatterv Park Hotel and more re
cently manager of the Miildlesboro Inn
is now at the Hickory Inn as duel clerk
The Y. W. C. T. II. meeting will he held
in the V. M. C, A. lecture hall, I Inn win
at o'clock p. m. Let all memliers be
present. The King's Daughters will also
lie heard Irom.
Anv man who can furnish n horse
appointed a mcinlier ol the committee to
o to .Mill s Kiver to escort Mr. Craw
lord to Asheville Thursday afternoon
All who can go ure requested to report
to Mr. 0. W.Tilsnn.at ill. Grand Central
hotel, not later than 7 o'clock to-morrow
Monroe Hiitnciiriier, who is charged
with having struck W. J. Stnlilcrtli on
the head with a billiard cue nt the Glc
Kock hotel some time since, was given a
hearing lielore I'.mi. Suininev this morn
ing. lie was bound over to the criminal
court in u hcnul of $1011.
There Anv One Here
Snannnmw. J. B. Finilley, Miss M
Mason, Charlotte; W. A. Iluehnunn
Asheville; T. 0. Simpson, Mrs. K. 11,
Simpson, Cincinnati; W. L. Hardin
Kichmond; M. It. Skille, Mr. I. Herd
sail, Wuvnesville; Nat. A. Haven, St
Louis, Mo.; Mrs. S. H. Rice and family
Montgomery ; W K. Johnston. Franklin
N. C; Frank Loiighran, Hickory; I'au
Garrett, Littleton, X. C; J. J. Wilson
Atlanta ; II. r. Creigler, S. C; S. II . Wi
C.ritml Central: G. W. Crawford, Ma
non ; George M. bulla, l-exington ; K. J
I'mston, T. P. Gaston, Miss M. L. Gns-
ton, N C; K. II. Pettis, Kichmond; II
C. I.alta. Hickory; M. M. Teage anil
wile. Marion ; . I. Keeling, Danville
ii. A. Hodge, wile timl child. llrvsouCitv
G. L. Reno, wile and child. N. C; Price
eely, Charlotte; J. D. Cr.i)o, Skyland
. I. Lee, avnesville: J. ilev Shook
Clyde; C. F. Williams, Ft. Madison, la.
J. D. Miller, T. II. Miller, llendcrsonville,
(Hen A'otr : M iss Washington, Geo,
Washington, Miss Kilehiers. Floiidu
II. II. fiK'hiircli, Sparlanbiirg; Win. H
Hazel. Philadelphia ; Walter Green
nvtisboro; J. P. Watts, Vn.; W. W
lirilhn. S. C; X. 11. Carv. Philadelphia
. W. Lee, Tenn ; !. V. Kmerson, Philn
lelphia ; C. C. Willis. C. S. X.; W. F. M
iialley, X. C; C. M. Madden, X. C ; C. 11
Parks, Atlanta; K. Gallownv, N. C
Mrs. L. Murrnv, Miss C. Murray, Mis
.Murray, Llucago; L. 1'. Williams, l-t
Madison, la.; L. Wilson, Abbeville, S
Mrs. A. L. Pre wet t, Nashville, Tenn
W. D. Morton, Kaleigh; Inn. P. Carter
Scrantoii, Pa., II. Ncwjer, Atlanta; C.
II. l.rcen. New ork; . A.Glenn. Tenn.;
Miss K. M. llest.N C; Mrs. J. W. Merri.
man, N. C; A. M. Walker, Vallcvtown
N. C; G. L. San.lerlin, N. C: L. C. AM-
rich and wile, lllack Mountain; Mrs.. If.
McAden. nurse anil child. Charlotte:
li. C. Thomas, Kaleigh; A. L. Dunn, Cin
A Physician Who Find Them In-
Kpitiir Tub Citizen: As one of the
physicians interested in the progressive
city of Asheville and compelled to travel
the city by night as well as day, I pro
test against the present condition ol
affairs alter the sun goes down.
It is next to impossible to hnd one s
way iiiKiut, and il me citv is nt all re.
'iMinsible for the safety of its thorough'
lures, I predict that it will soon enjoy the
satisfaction f declaring it. The towers
are simply indisiiensable to the comfort
and safety of those who travel the con
lines of the city, nnd I believe it will Ik-
the verdict ol the majority that the city
generally sustains a sad blow if the
lower lights are given un. Certaiulyour
little metropolis has a strikingly funereal
aspect since the new lights have been in
augurnted. Let not the new light enm-
iriny prove a ' Lurus a mm lucendo."
I he writer ol this has $.i(MI in the old
company. He will take the same amount
ol stock in the new company, if it needs
it and snows a lair investment. M. D.
IT WAS) t'NWAKRANTED.
Kichmond Pesraon's Poalllon
Politics) Theae Daya.
I.iiiToK Tiik Citukn: I notice in to-
lays Citmkn that mv name isnnnoimced
as one of the delegates to the republican
county convention, and I feel obliged to
say that this announcement is unwar
ranted by any act or uttcrunce of mine.
Mv position is now, as it hns lieen lor
lour years, one nl absolute political in'
lcx:ndence. Yours truly
Ashevillr, Oct. (I, 1H1MI.
omslhlnf Entirely Mow.
The Little Jewel Lamp, made of nickel.
hnlf the site of an ordinary lamp, but
gives more light. You are sure to buy
me on sight. At Law s, on South Mam
street. Agents wnnted.
A Mad Railroad Wreck
occurred several days ago on one nl ou'
most imisirtunt trunk lines. NoImmIv
hurt hut nil the baggage except the
Kollcr-Trny Trunks was smashed up,
buy one. Hold by dealers. Made hv II.
W. Koundtree & llros., Kichmond, Va.
mMr. P. K. Mclntvre, who Is well
known for his superior workmnnshin,
and Mr, C. H. Moody, who sella the very
Iwst brands ol I'ortlanil cement, nave as
sociated thimselves to make a specialty
of laying concrete sidewalks and are pre
pared to take contracts to do such work
in the very Jiest manner. Office 30 Pat-
ton avenue, telephone 40 and 73.
A Mow Road to BUM.
If you are wise and wish to become
healthy and wealthy also, you will use
oiler King or lilcctrtc Light Hour! lw
cnise the Asheville Milling Company's
flour is not only the best but thecbeauest.
MafMimnaugh's millinery department
is doing a rushing business. They fur
nished the young Indies of the Asheville
female college yesterday and shipped 30
dosen trimmed hats to South Carolina. I
THE MONTHLY HUSSION HU.D
Jurora for the October Term of
the Criminal Court The Judareo
of the November Election The
Tax Llat to be Turned Over to
The board of county commissioners
met yesterday in regular monthly
The following list of jurors was ap
pointed ior ine uctooer term oi ine crun
F. N. Cnrrington, R. 0. Buckner, H. C
Fngg, J. L. McKee. W. C. Penlnnd, J,
Hump McDowell, R. L. Ownby, C, C,
Mathews, S. M. Redman, S, Lipinsky,
Asheville township; P.J. CrcMsmnn, J,
V. Hunter, Avery's Creek; A. U. Wright,
J. A. Guriger, G. L. Hutchinson, C. H.
Jamison, Upiier Hominy; K. V. Black
stock, T. N. Dula, V. R. Chambers, J. L.
Capps, W N. Cobb, Flat Creek; W. M.
Stepp, h. M. Stevens, Black Mountain
H. N. Alexander, A. B. Jones, W. W.
Crowell, Wm. Crook, lohn H. Daniel, A
H. helmet, Lower Hominy; H. Brank
KermsCreek; JohnGiirrett.Sandy Mush;
L. R. Knight, Leicester; J. H. Anders, J.
k. uuexner, u, w. inner, joim K. Hunt
judges for the Novemlier election for
Buncomlie county were appointed as
West Wnrd-J. C Troy, J. M. Ingle,
jonn ri. tune, li. w. Justice, sr.
East Ward L. F. Sorrels, T. C. Wes-
tall. W. D. lustice.
Beaverdam-C. B. Way, II. B. King, J.
r. neeii, foun luarein.
Il.izt.-I j. M. Ledford, T. L. Clnyton
las. Cowan, R. M. Deavcr.
Biltmore J. C. Davidson, N. A. Pen-
land, Thos. J. Keed. T. F. Wilson.
Haw Creek Rev. G. H. Bell, Simon
While, Geo. Lindsey, W. R. West. sr.
Avery's Creek Samuel Brooks. W. T.
Springs, . B. Cochran, W. C. Morris.
Lower Hominy J. R. Jones, I). M.
Gudgcr, S. S. Norman, Jns. Nichols.
I'pper Hominy J. W. Kice, W. II. Cur
tis, II. A. Luther, Wiley Ilciison.
Leicester R. D. F. Robinson. A. Rey
nolds, W. II. Henderson, li. West.
Sandy Mush K. C. Wells, Jno. Reeves,
Clay Handle, M. A. King.
Limestone . K. Young, Hurt Brown,
Tlieo. Lambert, jr., Jno. B. Sumner.
Fairview A. H. Pinkerton, Thos. J.
Miller, Wm. Sherrill.
Swaunanon T. L. While, S. W. David
son, A. X. Alexander, J. C. Craig.
Bluck Mountain J. M. Stepp, M. M.
Single, J. W. Walker, sr., F. M. Stevens.
Keems Creek E. Byerly, J. G. Chnm
Ikts, J. N. Davis. Cants.
Flat Creek W. R. Chambers, R. V.
Illuckslock, I. . Fox. Anderson Cole.
Ivy S. F. Williams. J. A. Carter, W.
Greenwood. Geo. W. Cole.
French Broad J. M. Johnson. JCeb. H.
Baird.Jas. P. Hughey. Calvin Shepherd.
It was ordered by the lioard that the
tax list for the county for lH'.IO be placed !
in ine nanus ol Mierin Keynolds tor col
lection. Republican Convention.
The republican county convention
mi cis in the court house to-morrow. It
is probable these will Iw the nominations:
Sheriff, W. . Worley; register of deeds.
E. L. Brown ; legislature, I. A. Harris
and L. N. Wells or W. G. Candler. For
clerk ol suiierior court it is likely that B.
G. Gudgrr will he et domed ns will also
B. MeBraver for coroner. K. B. lus
tice will probably be endorsed for sur
veyor, which office he has already de
clared he will not accept.
Index to New Advcrtlnetnenta.
I.i ist This IIHt i.
OI STKHM K. tttrHUNM.
otick H. G I'srrler.
8TK4VKH P. Htikrlrnlhrr.
I'ns Kkxt P. o Hoi (117
Hon fssT U A. FurinhKlt.
I'os Rkkt ! I.. M. Imnnlil.
SKVI.iNIi KfRINr.s tills A Miller.
1'rnoi.sTKMlNH W II. . Willlnms
I'hivats Ht'SiH-Mr. Oro. I. Pnrmlev.
Two furnKhrd rooms, Xo. fla finllev Kt
oct7 ill! (1. L. Mel) -lAI.I)
A smsll so'd hratlrd rmlirrlls. eniersveil
nn lull 'Ned lu Minns.' krturn to this
nlfioe. ik-17 d Jl'
PUR RRNT AT ONCB.
RlKht room Hwelllnff. rurnl.hr! or unAir.
nlshrd. in ilrslrnhle pnrt of threlty. AflilrrM
ii, not ni7, Asncviuc, iv U. oci7 oat
Three Inrse. lilennant room nleelv ftir.
tllshrd. No. 3 (Ink Street, oiinoslte (Inks ho
MKH f'.HO. I. PARMLBV.
A smnlt rrrl row. Irsther slrsp and rope on
imormsuoll rewnrnro ny
pKKHI"AKSKKS TAKK NOTICK.
All persons are notified thnt all lands he-
loniflnK to the West Assrvllle Iftiproi-emetit
Cnnipnnv and K. . Uarrlrr. In the vicinity of
thr Hulihur Hpringa and West Ashevillr. an
postril. 8.0 CAHKIHK.
. I 81111 am Alive t
Anrl a ill take nleasure la servlna Oysters
In anv and every stvle tiy quart or gallon
Aiy Hing estirrirn e in the huslnea and only
irnnnu wm rcnaoie Douse-, is a sair iruaraU'
ire. K. STSArHM,
at No. 4 Woodfln stnrek
W. H. A. WILLIAMH,
MATTRESS MAKER & UPHOLSTERER
Cor. Kaglc and Vsiley streets.
$3 no Moaa mattress,
$n im. Slnitlr a uek ninttresa, $ J oo,
mattnss, entlon top, $1 7.1 Hair mattresses
made lo order rtiholstrrina neatly
substantially done at low prices.
wi f li I in
No, am a. MAIN ST.
P0R RUNT OR HA LB.
Klsht-room house on Blnke street.
octdlw COR. ACAIIIIMV ft PI.AKB.
OAK ll NO.
A frw nlt? hfinrflrni without chtldmi cab
lt arcnmmodattcil at
octfi;if 7" BAI I, BY T
In Pmibytrriftn church nn HHtti IWot.. a
Brrmitiiln Can he hurt hy naytnat for lh(t
A 6000 GRASS AND STOCK FARM,
I miles Irom Asheville Cosrt House.
3 Acres of Land,
Good New 9-Rooiu House,
ALL MODBRN IMPKOVBMBNTt.
Pasture land enosih tot eiht or lea cows
balaact la meadow.
J. A. MURDOCH.
Bat MA, N. C.
sept sv uim-
NOW BRIGHTLY, BRAVELY,
MIMNAUGH'S - MATCHLESS - PRICES
In stately crundnur Pur iilonir Lost wet'k's biiHinoHS im
menso; this wrek's inihu'emcnt still prontor. A rush imnii
nent. Bargains irresistible.
fered anywhere in the Dry Goods line. Competition? Away
with such nonsense. We sweep! We lead! The early bird
as usual, catches the worm.
the market caught bargains.
McKinley tariff bill and had to pay 25 to ."0 per cent
"THE DRY GOODS HOUSK"
Gets there this season Our immense patronage daily in
creasing. J lie intelligent limine know we nave the nnest
stock ever brought to thin
leaders in our line. Our prices
form to all. We employ no
ence, hut nave tne very nest
adies who know how to
every department in the house.
Trade where your orders
where your every want is supplied; where you won't have
to deride between a few pieces; where stuff is piled as high
as little mountains; where material and trimmings mutch;
where the latest magazines,
terns are kept to facilitate in the seIction of every gar
ment ; where push, energy ami enterprise is evident ; where
you get a "dollar's worth of
your children can buy as cheap as you can ; where your or
ders are taken care of.
JOIN THE PROCESSION
this week. March to No. 11 Tatton Avenue, where the
free trade prices continue until furtlu'i notice. Everybody
knows our house. It is the synonym of evervthinir new.
stylish, fashionable, pretty, substantial, good and cheap.
A model dry goods house a house of bargains,
F. P. MIMNAUGH,
Dry (ioods, Millinery and Cnrpets.
A nicely furnlshi-il hnue, corner Mrrrlmon
avenue anil Chestnut street. Pur trrms ap
ply to II 8 WATKllX,
oct.tiltf Real KslMte AKrnt.
A Child's lint. Cnn br hnd at The Clllsrn
ortice by ftayinu fur Hub advcrllscnunl.
Kvery afternoon by Hnllsbury train we re
ceive frrsh "Ultra Hrln-I" Norfolk Oysters.
These are the liest ! Served In all stvlrs at
IIARKIiR ft I'I'I.I.AM'S.
orta dl w AO K. Main Mt.
Nov. nth. S'J.ihhi. on llrsllaaa Imoroenl
real satatc. Must know Immediately. Ail.
oet dat Care Cltlien.
An active man forraeh arellnn, Kaiarr $7(1
to f llMI,;to Iwally rrirrsenl a sueeriaiful N.
Y. Company Ineornornteil In supply llry
i.oooa. .loininic, nnoes, jewelry, eic., toe
sumers at cost. AIro a f.adv of tact, sal,
$441. to enroll members tao.iHNI now enrolled
and $100,000 paid In l References eiehanK
ed. Umpire Co oiwrntive Asssoeialioa, tered-
11 wen rairai ih'S Itos niu, N. V.
NKVHR HEARD of BEFORE
AT - BALTIMORE - PRICES I
STANDARDS 1W1CTB. FKN OT,
Kscellent lor Mtcwlna, tic
8KI.HCTB OCTS. PRKUT.
.ery rinc ior niewins, rrying, etc.
Hold from house to house throush entire
eity. Hhiiiments reeelved dally atock al
Orders left at No. T Jefferson Drive, or sent
throuiih the mall will lie delivered promptly
lo any art of the city. Address oril-rs by
mnii in , U, M. Slll.bSS,
ueUdlm Uos -, Clly.
splendid 14 room house, dellhtfullr lo-
csted, In good neighborhood, near street
ear lint, commanding flae views, Itttrd up
with atesm heater, sewer connectlans and
eity water. Also a alee house similarly lo
cated, sewer and water, rooms Apply to
L. A. PARINHOLT,
ROOM NO. II McLOUD BUI Mil NO, Or, H
O. Boa nSS.
Dr. B. F. Arrington,
Pllllaa teeth a tneelalty. also treallna dis
eased sums, and all dlsea.es pertalnlaa to
the neniai struetare. Ofllc. room, nn rat
ion aveaM, over Rayaor 4b Smith's drva
Gold, ailvtr, Ivory, Oak, OUt aad Comlil.
aatioa Moaldlna. Also Room MonMlaas,
Plctares Matted, Moaatsd aad Praned at
lowest prices and work fasranteed. Bnarav
taas. Pslatlaas aad Local Views always oa
.Main St., Anetll.
Buy Llndwev'a OHldo
Nothing like them yet of
Mimnaugh's early visit to
Later buyers caught tin
part of the country and art'
always the lowest and uni
cheap clerks for trade iiiHu
inlenr. we can secure, men and
serve and show you through
can be filled complete;
cuts, illustrations and pat
goods forn dollar;" where
BALLARD, RICH & BOYCE,
S(ovch and Tinware.
PLUMBING, CAS ANO STEAM FITTING, SUTE
AND TIN ROOFING,
PAINTS and OILS.
THE PASTEUR FILTER,
IN ALL BIZ KB POR PAMILV
AND IIOTKL 11811.
Oaarantrrd lo Im IMrm sroor.
ALL ttlXHH KBI'T IN HTOCK.
FRESH BURNT CHARCOAL
BY THE LOAD, BARREL OR BUSHEL.
C. E. MOODY.
Ofllco No. 30 Patton Avenue.
TBLBPHONB MO. 0.
Vard and Warehoaas aeae Deoot.
ICE RATES FOR
In quantities not less than one ton at factory
In quantities not less than one hull' ton at factory
aou pounds, ao tickets, 10 pounds each
000 80 ' 10 " "
700 11 UH " vn ' "
7ltO " 15 " no ' "
1000 " 10 " too " "
Tickets In dollar pneknRes and anv quantity of Ice may be obtained from drivers and at
our olliec for cash or tickets.
Asheville Ice & Coal Company
Telephone No. 36 and 40. No. 30 Patton Avenue.
Hor nalr nt Wholesale nnd ftctnll bj-
ASHEVILLE ICE AND COAL, COMPANY.
Telephone 36 and 40.
Kselusive Agents ilioiuestlc and Ktcaml for Western North Carolina.
I am ri'iidy to nliow you the
in exquisite anil exrluriive ilesijiiH. AIho now in stock the
new lilockH in hatH for theseuon in "Younuni's." Miller and
I Minion Hhnpes. A full line
SlioeM, in l-'iem h Calf Patent
bra. red make of Hathaway.
$:M) Shoe for Men i'h 0. dandy and hard to beat. Every
nair warrranteil. F. E. MITCHELL,
Aleu 8 UutHtter. 28 Patton Avo.
LKWIS MAUDUX, Pre.
L. I'. McLOUH, Viee-fres.
tnsscToas: Lewi. Maddux,
M. I. nearilen.
a. Powell. C.
S. II. Keed, Oeo,
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, -
iraanlH-d Mn) lit, 1HBM.
(state, County and
Uoes a Oeneral Uankina Dutincu. Iicnosita
lections made on all accessible points. The
Oo sll sums in this department, deposited for
of 4 per cent, per annum will he psld.
Special attention aiven to loans on real estate, which will be placed! for lost time oa real
Open Irom V a. m. to 3 p. m. On 8atunlys the Baring Department will beopeatill A p.m
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
ai7 Haywood Street.
All, WATKH THOROI'GHLV FILTBRlCIs on the Premises.
Twenty-llvr years ol practical experience,
tails of the business and perfect arraniirmenta
manuloctureil. enable the proprietor to present
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphon
Ulnaer Ale and allthe vaHous Savors ( 8(HAW ATBR ready for shipment as oVNrcrr.
free In City limlu. lnl ot tows orders must
On the A. & H. Railroad. Eieht milea ssm.ih .r a
and Adjoining Vnnderbllt Park.
' T?" ,00,"ln ,f"r a place for a home or an Investment
w he don't you see about
The liest mlnernl water and
f"'"nd.T.w ""i'e'X 'f y"n think of buyina why not
llUV NOW ? Prices Will M un nnd n UAPII.I ? J
Take Train Onl at 9.10 A. M.-Fare
SKYLAND MINERAL SPRINGS, N. C.
Kluht Miles fh Jf Ashe-llle, on the A. A a. Railroad.
New hotels, new cottaiccs. new furniture, beautiful Toves..eat tennis and erao-et lawns.
48 MINERAL SPRINGS.
r.niw auipnor. Alum, Mnancsls. Iron and
- ' " pieasant resort and drink of Its aeallna waters
Terms reasonable. '
Ashewllie, N. C.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO
Msnafocturers and Deslen la all kinds of Dmsed
Door, Hash, Blinds, Mouldings, Stalrwork, Mantels, Haak
and Bar I'lxturea, and all kinds of Building Material.
Hard Wood Lumber Work u .no.iis..
SCHLIT'S MILWAUKEE BEER.
Celebrated the World Over for its Purity.
We deliver to all pnrts of the city our own Bottllnt B snort Beer at
ONE DOLLAR PER DOZEN.
a.U.nk.LnR ...ranteey... ftesh artlel. .
tiik LKAnima '
. WINE .. AND LIQUOR
FINE SAMPI.fi AND
.Btrw,B,,, I NO,
FOR SALE BY-
Aithevllle. N. C.
Dealer In Wall Paper, Window
Pstata, Oil. aad VaraWhas, alanry's Vllzwl raiata aad
lrsaeh aad Assarleaa
Wt ka la Morh at. Loniaoad Xntacky VhA,
..Oc. per hundred.
..Sc. " "
new Hluviies in Fall Neckwear
of Men's Fine Hand Made
lenther, &c, &c. of thecele.
Soule and Harrincrton. Mv
I. It. RANKIN. Cashier
M.J. PaKK, J. K. Bankln.J. B. Ray. J. B. Reerl
received. Ksehana boaaht aad said. CrH
Soring Feature will receive atwrial attention.
four months or looser, la tern t at the rat
combined with rassoMsi. attention to an du.
far clsshussss and rosirv ol all ood.
to Ms numeroaa patrons a nperlor elsss at
have bssvonbiblb referral.
C. W. CATm-BKI.I
In n ...t. r 1 , .
a9Ccnta-or Drlvs so.tk Miles.
Ajrnt, 3ft Psttoa Ave.
llpm. Those seeklai health and pleasar and)
E. A. treVENE,
Near Passenger Depot,
43 S. MAIN ST.. ASHEVILLE. N. C
& TILE COMPANY.
p. O. Box 46.'
Shades and Patent Hangers,
Colors. Window Otasa, both
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