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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 13, 1890.
REV. C. M. CAMPBELL.
A 8KRMON ON MIM IK
The Firat Herman of the Cburcb
Year The Value of Dellbcra.
tlon In nccldlns Between the
World and the Church.
Rev. C. M. Campbell, pastor of River
tide and North Asheville Methodist
churches, preached a good sermou on
Mosci yesterday morning at the North
Asheville church. It was his first sermon
of the church year. His text was He
brews XI: 24, 35, 26.
"Bvfnllll, Moth, when he u come to
yean, rclu.ed to be called the nun of rim
ruiih'. daughter: ehon.iug ruther to Hurler
allltctlon with the people of Uod thun to en.
jov the pleasures ol iiln lor u euon ; esteem
lng the reproiu-h of Chri.t urenter riches
thun the trcunurcn In lin.vpl i lor he had res
pect unto the recompense ol the rewaid."
"The churncter we huve selected for
our iinprovcnieut tins morning, he be
gan, "is un important one. It sets forth
the IwL'inninK. continuing and ending ol
u .ucvvbbiim iiiiiti.iniiiiivt
"Notice the birth of Moses," he con
tinned, "He was a Jew born. Looking
at him from tins point, lie could not lav
iiiiv cliiim to liL'tutorligviit possessions.
He could but expect a lilc of servitude,
common to Ins hretlireti.
"Hut by the law, his whole relation to
Huvot wiis chuuued. He bv one ol the
family of I'huriohs passed through the
process of adoption hecame nil heir to
the thrown with nil its power and atten
dant pleasures. 1 Ins (act, in Ins iiiinu
w;is known to be u eerluiutv.
"I will first take up his great self-de
nial witD all tlic cnliaiicing cireuinsiuii
ceM of it.
"l-'irst, Tliccircuuistanccof time, 'when
lie ciinic to yeurs.' .No clulilisn act,
when lie knew not ; what he did was Un
deliberate act of matured manhood
when lie was beginning to taste the
sweetness of youthful pleasure. The
world upK-ars a dead, dry thing in the
winter ot old iij;e, but looks green and
lieuutilul in the spring ol youth.
"Second, The circumstances of his edu
cation, llrcd from a child in a princely
way. In the Acts of the Apostles, Tin
chapter and 23rd verse, we are told that
he was learned in all the wisdom of tin
Egyptians and was mighty in words and
"Third, The circumstance of his exiec
tnlions. How lair mid certain of his en
joying the crown ol Kgypt. He did not
reiusc it because he disnaircd of attain
ing it for he was an adopted heir unto it.
All this was not a rash mid siiuueu tieicr
niiuntion, but a delikrate and ndviswl
"The great trouble is to get men to
think. The masses accept the world with
out counting the cost ol such a choice.
Muses did us all men should do in making
choice ol their course in lilc: he first con
sidered the cost and profit. 'The cosl
that a religious lile will bring me is sell
denial, icrccutioii and hardship front
those wliochooHethcoiiiiosite. The profit
is hlcftcrnni with all Ks attendant bless-
itiKS.' Next lie considered tins: iflncccpl
the crown implying the Kwer of 1-gyjil
a wordly life will Tic but to enjoy tin
iilenrurc of sills for a season.
" 'l-'or a season this implies a period ot
lime when these honors and plcnsurts
shall end and my choice that could have
made honor, pleasure, mid lilc eternal
shall lade with the honors of the choice
ot l-:gypi's crown.'
"(Ili my hearers, life iu the temporal
sense does not lie in the seen, but is to Ix
drawn trout the deliliernle choice ol the
uhsccii. 'Set your nlTeclions on things
above, not on things on the earth; and
Ik- not conformed to this world but Ik
ye transformed by the renewing of your
nnnil that vou may prove wiim is unit
good and nccvptnlile and pcrlect will oi
iod.' Refuse this day to longer remain
the child ol the wicked one ; accept tin
Sun of God. Tor as nianv as received
llim, to them gave He imiws to become
the sons ol i.od. ' .Make our ieuce
eternal by choosing the source of eternal
I mice. Made your lile acceptable with
Cod by Indian vour lite with od iu
Christ. 'Choose you this day whom yt
will serve.' Act wisely; choose the ways
in There An Que Mere Thai
Kami Vou T
Sw nnnanoa : C. 11. Witte, Cincinnati;
C. I.. Ilea n, Winchester, Ky.; A. E. King
S. C; 1. 1), Itlanton, Marion ; F. A. Rag
ladd. Louisville: las. I-'r Tntum. Norfolk,
Vn.; N. T. lilliot. St. Louis; H. I'. Cook,
Greenville; Thos. II. Hill, New York.
Ornml Central : E. A. Fletcher anil
wile, Mendau, Mich.; G. L). Rav, llurns
ville, N. C; L. I. Powell, l'olot Oak, Ky.;
II. C. Latin, Hickory, N. C; W. A. Knloe
nnd wiic, liilslxro, N. C; Jules llnmber-
it:..i I I, I i. V, I .
Kvr, milium iiiimuurKcr, ouiuim, . .,
John Hurt, John U. Killion, Jus. L. Kil
lion, Greenville, S. C; . S. I'helpi, Soring
field, Ohio; Geo. Young, Coopers, N. C.
Glen Rock :V. A.Hurges.Greenslioro,
N. C; T. V. Wilcox, Tryon, N. C; R. O.
Miller, N. C; J. F. Dugnn, Ilnltimore;
Mrs. Alice Holms, Lansing, Mich.; His
liny, C. W. Ray, Cora Ray, Hurnsville,
,N. c.; Mr. T. II. Homiir, Morgnnton, w,
C; S. G. Gardner, Washington, It. C; T
A. Cox, Cullawhee, N, C; Mrs. S.C. Gus
comb, Mrs. C. U. Hunscroft, lid ward
Garret, Woodburn, N.J.; James linker,
Ilushnell, N. C; I.M. Mcl'retock. Mobile,
Ala.; Mosby II. I'avne, Lynchburg, vs.;
V. II. Sims, Miss.; W. W. Waith, Knox
villc, Tcnn.; C. F. Merrill and wife, Chica
go, III.; C. L. Shone, Salisbury, N. C; Dr.
A. Mcmmingcr, Charleston, S. C; Chs.
li. Hcnwell, Itctroit, Mich.; P. F. Patton,
N. C; D. V. Ilnrrett, 8. C; J. J. Wood,
Newport, Tenn.; Gen, M. W. Rnnsom, U.
a. ., n. v..; Mimuet camp, nonoiK, va
to mpi:ak to-niuht.
Kverv Voter Ithould Hear Hob,
Hon. R. 0. Glenn, a prominent demo
crat of Winston, will address the people
of Ashcrille on the issues of the campaign
at the court house to-niuht at 8 o'clock,
I'. very voter in the city should be present.
Mr. Glenn spoke in Charlotte Saturday
Houe keeper' I'nlon.
The weekly meeting of the Asheville
Housekeepers' union was held in the Y.
M. C. A. Saturday oltermoon. It was
decided to make an effort to induce the
ministers of thecity tnsnenk to theircon-
gregutions on the subject of bettering the
class of domestic help. Mrs. Pitch, pres
ident of the anion, is receiving a number
of letter from servants outside who
want to come here.
For Hons Bleallns;.
Nelson Jenkins, who live across the
French Broad river, was arrested in this
city Saturday night charged with horae
stealing. 1 ne animal wnicn nc wns al
leged to have stolen belonged to H. P.
Ray, and the offence wascommltted some
time ago. The animal was taken to a
Dine near Old Fort and swapiied. The
ufheers have located the hone.
Table cover, tidies, lamberquin and
apron, Inst received at Whitlock's, cor
ner ttagit BIOCX.
Toreenat till S a. m. Tueadnv
Fair weather, followed bv rain
In the north went portion i variable
winds, becoming itoutherlyi ta.
Mayor Blanton has returned from New
Judge C. A. Moore has returned from a
The bird law expires "to-morrow mid
night. Johuny, get your gun. !
Rev. Inrvis Buxton tilled the pulpit o
St. Paul's Episcopal church at Winston
Sam Duncan, the colored man who wns
stnblied in west Asheville last week is
said to be improving.
Mr. John W. Stnrnes will address the
people at Black Mountain station next
Saturday at 4 o clock,
W. T. Speaks, n carpenter, wusthrown
trom a wagon on wiilcy street tins morn
ing, and badly bruised and shaken up.
C. B. Atkinson and Miss Mary Atkin
son left this morning for a trip to Arkan
sas and Texas. 1 liey will be gone a
Kev. D. B. Nelson has returned from
Henderson county where he has been at
tending a meeting of the Carolina Bap
The flower mission urges all the ladies
of the city to send nnv clothing that may
be thrown aside to the central office ot
the mission on Spruce street.
Robert I'enlnnd, a young white man,
wns hit on the head with a rock, bv some
unknown person, at Cripple Creek Satur
day night. A sculp wound was the re
sult. The popular proprietor of the Irwin
Place. Mrs. Coox-r, leaves at an early
date for Asheville, where she will have
charge of a boarding house. Oxford
Miss Snrnh Kllick, of the Bon Marche,
left yesterday for New York to purchase
a fine stock ol'goods and novelties lor the
holidays. Those wishing to leave sH.-cial
orders will plcuse do so at once.
The Glen Rock hotel. Asheville, N. C,
owned by A. G. Uulyhurton, n former
citizen of this place, is a delightful and
convenient place to stop, and is getting
tne patronage it ocscrvcB. ouiiniuu..
Mr. W. P. Batchelor, of Kalcigh, N. C.
sient Sundny in this city, en route to
Lexington, fcv.. where his noted horse
Pamlico will meet some ol thecrack trot
ters of the country in the 2.111 class on
A n..fiL tltii.l fMit.-.,,! llif. ntiitionerv
store of t lie late lames Carson, on north
court square, last night mid broke open
the cash drawer. I ncrc was no money
in the ('rawer and nothing wns missed
from the stock. An entrance to the store
wns effected throngii the back window.
The Richmond ami Danville railroad
will sell excursion tickets at a reduced
rate to those attending the Western Bap
tist convention nt Hrvn City during
the last ni l letober. Tickets will Iw on
Mile Oct. 21. 22 and 211 and will be good
to return till Oct. 27.
The street cars were delayed yesterday,
just after the congregations from the va
rious churches were dismissed, mid those
whodcK'iidon the enrs had to walk
home. The cause was an accident nt the
power house, and the cars were running
in about forty-live minutes.
The people living near the Bailey street
mission chapel are manifesting a great
denl ol interest ill the work being done
there. There were sixty-nine present at
the Sunday school yesterday afternoon,
and nt the night service about filty-eiglu
were present. There were four prolis
sious of conversion last night.
W. R. Goodman, JclT Reeves nnd lid
ward Potts were U-iore Mayor lllaiilon
this in., ruing charged will) pluying cards
on Sunday. They were fined $." each.
M. Corn." chanted with same offense,
Inilcd to apiear and forfeited a band ol
J.i. l.HiH-rt w ntkiiis, lor carrying a con
cealed weapon was fined $10.
Tin. (Iirrkin-Aiken Minstrel eoinonnv
has formed a stock company with Al.
lilierkm nun W. Aiken as ucnerul man
ngers, Prof, Snville singe manager, li. G.
Snnflitrr trensiirer. P. ml I. lohtisoll sec
retary and Thomas liale. F. A. Hull is
musical director. 1 lie company w ill give
its first ierformnncc about Dec. 1.
Of Milton Nobles, who npienrs ut the
Grand ox-ra house Wednesday night in
"Love nnd Law," the New York Times
"'Love and Law,' a well-wrought
mclo-drnma. is now current nt the l our-
tccnth street thenlre. Mr. Milton Nobles
is the author of this play, and he acts in
it as the hero, Felix O'l'afl, an Irishman,
and, it is needless to add, n universal
genius. The scene of the plav is laid in
New York, and it contains in its Inst net
a surprisingly criective situation, the bur
den of which is skillfully borne by Mr.
Two Ijmd Male.
Mr. Leroy II. Shields, of Norfolk, Vn.,
has purchased through Jnu, Child, l.'iO
nrres of land on lower Hominy from I:
G. Carrier lor $2"i.00l). The property is
near Strawberry Hill. Mr. Shields, who
is a prominent rent estate dealer of Nor
folk, intends to build a handsome resi
dence on the place.
Mr. I. B. Cain ha bought seven nnd a
hall acres near Strawberry Hill, from Mr.
Carrier for 918.75. He will build also,
Buckles, bolts, slides, rubber and oxi
dised hair pins, at Whitlock's, corner
Fall Clearing: Male.
See large "ad," Greater bnrgaint than
ever before. Now is the tune to lay in
a good stock ol crockery, glass and silver
ware at a low price. Law' south Main
Alt wool flannel, o4 inches wide, only
50 cents a yard, at Whitlock's, comer
A Had Railroad Wreck
occurred several days ago on one ol ou
most important trunk lines. Nobod
hurt bnt all the baggage except the
Roller-Tray Trunk was smashed up.
Buy one. Sold by denier. Made bv H.
W. Koundtree fit uros., Kicnmona, va,
Capes in fur nstrnkan and plush all
A ,,.,.,- I. , til 1.
Sixes, ai vv muocK s, corner r.uic liioch.
A Mew Road to biihm.
If yon are wise and wish to become
healthy and wealthy also, you will use
Roller King or Klrctric Light flour; be
cause the Asheville Milling Company'
Hour IS not only tne best but tnecneaoest.
Large stock of Gcrmnntown and Shet
land wool just received at Whitlock',
corner Bogle Block, ,
Index to Mew Advertlaemeula.
RswAsn Cltlwn office.
Po1iNt-J. M, Alexander
Pns gAts D. II. Patterson.
KPSCtAL HASCMINt J. H, Law,
ANOTHSa Iisliios Mlmnauan,
Naw Ooons H. Redwood ft Co,
RtibOAD TicaaTS W. M. Clarke.
BINCOMBK AMD MaDIMN
NAM K A CAMDIDATK.
j. m. Campbell la the Man-He
Will alien the Alliance Demand
An Executive Committee Ap
The democratic senatorial convention
for this district, composed of Buncombe
and Madison counties, met in the court
house in this city to-day. In the ab
sence of Chairman Lance, J. W. Nash,
president of the Buncombe Farmers' alii
ai ce, wasmndechairman. The represent
atives of the democratic press of the
city were miule secretaries.
Mr. Reuben McBrnyer stated thnt in
the plan of rotation this is the year for
Madison county to hnve the nominee,
but Mr. J. B, Nelson of that county said
that Madison had no candidate and that
the iieople favored R. B. Vnnce. It was
stated to the convention, however, that
Gen. Vance would not accept the nomi
nation. Mr. H. B, Carter in a short siieech,
emphasizing the fact that it was neces
sary to have a man witn vim, energy,
pluck and vigor put in the field, placed J.
M. Campbell, of this city, in nomination
us one possessing those qualifications.
Mr. 15. D. Carter seconded the nomina
tion ol Mr. Campbell and on motion the
nomination was made unanimous by nc-
Mr. Campbell, made a short talk,
thanking the convention for the nomina
tion and expressed his determination to
Ik at any man that might be put against
him. Mi-. Cnmpliell suited that he would
sign the alliance demands.
( .en. T. I.. Cuinimnn, wnsealled on and
made a short SkccIi, urgingthe necessity
ol work on the part ol the democrats.
He said that Mr. Kwurl was using
money and that the democrats must not
W. H. Breesc wns elected chairman ol
the senatorial executive committee for
two years and Jus. . Redmond, Jnspcr
l-.libs and Ilios. Murray, ol Mauison
county and Mont. Stem). N. P. Corn and
J, L. Young, of Buncombe, were appoint
ed on the committee. The convei.tion
HTAItBKD IM THK BRKAHT.
Hen HeiiHon Attached on Flint
Mlreet .tsatarday Nlsrht.
Ben Benson, colored, who drives for
Blair & Brown, furniture dealers, wns
assaulted and stabbed on Flint street
Saturday night.. He received a wound
Ik t ween the second and third ribs, on
the left side, nnd penetrating the upper
lobe ol the left littivr . He says that he
was, walking on I-lint street about hall
past eleven o'clock, whin some white
men that he did not know met him.
One of them uskid llim where he wns lin
ing. He said he was going about lus
The limn then stepiied no to him and
stnblied him. Benson savs he would not
know the nwin if he were to see him. Dr.
J. C. B. lustice attended to the man's
wound, jiiitl says it is serious but not
Proicrea) of Reitlalrallon.
The total registration in the two wards
f the citv nt 3 o'clock to-dav was 1 1!2D.
The east ward book showed 54-11 names,
In-v white and 2X2 colored. In the west
wnrd the number is 573, 4-17 white nnd
Ccntcinrriloves in Stieilc MnfUuitnires
mil dresiieil kill received tu-clay lit Whit-
luck's, corner li.ilc liliH-k. cllil.
A Silver Watch, on Smith Mnln utrrrt. Ap
ply nt J. M. Al.i:X ANhKK.
oct i ;i ii;it n. court iMunrc.
l ine new Villnur Cart: aUo tnn lluisuv. lined
lint tlm-r wrvkM. Will lie sold exircilintfly
i-ht-nii. Call on oraildrrim
11 II. ATTKKSflN,
(K ti:l d.'lt Cor. Illllaldc anil linst St.
For a INickcttionk lout between tuiiinrc and
uld dvi-ot, via Hay wood irert.
SPECIAL LOW RATES TO ALL P0INT1
All t ran urn-tlon gunrnntetd.
Kcllaldc infurniat'un vhcrrAilly furnlnhcd.
Ai'cidrnt lnnu ranee iNtucd.
V. M. CLARKE,
'rand Central Hotel,
llnntl bng rantalntnjr anrfflcal InntnimenU.
A ItlKTrtl reward Tor return of aame to
oc lldtf DK.J.A BTRROrOHS.
pK HA 1,8.
A flne vnuna. hi ark hnrc. 1(t hand, escel
tent driver ami good aaddle horae, wife and
anata oi noinins. A uarcaia at lino. Ad
drrmi P. O.LOCK BOX 6UI.
SlnRle irrntlcmen wilt find comfortable
rooms lor rent oaea m i.aw store, Mao
em conveniences. Apply to
octlld:lt BHAKDItN, RANKIN & CO.
The third series ot the Asherllle Home and
l.nan AmiiH-lHtinn will clou on wednctdnv
Ort.tn. annmcan be auliscrihed for till that
day, 10 o'clock a m , at my store, at which
time and place there will be a meeting of the
director, i wo tnouaana nnuars to loi,n.
. HAMMRKHHLAG, Pres.
K. I. HOLMUH, See. ai Trcas.
TO ALL POINTS.
Railroad tickets bought, sold and exchanged,
All transactions guaranteed.
C. P. RAY,
Opposite Swannanoa Hotel.
- A second hand, medium slwd urn It, Must
be in goon ortier. Address
octfodat p. o. Box aid.
Two furnished rooms, No. 00 Bailey St.
o. L. Mcdonald.
Three unfurnished rooms for tight houie
keeping, ma I'attoa avenue. octtraiw-
A on horns pharton aad harness cheap.
Address GBORGB ORBBNLBB,
A hospital trained nurse desires a situation
st one. Can give best of references. Ad
dress U. P. O. BOX 101.
A Flood of Barjfuins Unprecedented !
Nothing Like them Yet Named by this or
Thin wtt'k w push the gato ajar and inundate the
market with viiIiioh hitherto
complete, our stock unbroken.
thin week nt the
DRY GOODS HOUSE.
Preparations inaile accordingly. Keep your eyo on this
space. Every week has New
New Silks. New Dress Hoods, New Laces, New Jackets.
Reefers and Blazers. New Handkerchiefs, New Flaimelsand
New Millinery for this week's
All our goods bought before the iniquitous tariff bill
went into effect. That means X per cent , less than goods
can be bought at present. We preceded .Mr. McKinley,
as well as competition, on our purchases, hence Great
Bargains can be offered. Our foresight saved for our jMit
rons at least
SI6.000 SIXTEEN THOUSAND SI6,000
on our present stock. No advance here on account of
Number 11 deserves your patronage: it already has
it and will try to maintain it. Bargains always here at
your command. This is a great week for shopjiers. Lots
of stuff at half value. No handful here to select from. Our
mammoth store room jammed. Ask for our Foster's
$1.2." kids this week at 75 cents. Beineinber the place
the House of Bargains.
F. P. MIMNAUGH,
Dry Hoods, Millinery and Carpets.
That la what nil the liulici of taatc have
exclaimed on viitinn the
Krervthlnif new nnd the very latent detdnna
In French and ltrman China. Briv-a-brac
and Art Pottery Irutn all countrtea.
A DAZZLING DISPLAY
of Bohemian tllawiwarc and Jnianeae Art
NOTHING LIKE IT
has eeer tieea seen In Asheville. Then our
prices; well, thev are no low they are pro
nounced A KBVKLATION.
a nice line of the celebrated Roger's Silver
I'lnted Ware, which, like our entire stock,
was bought Irom flmt hands, and on will
be astonished to bud how low we are sell
Let It not lie forgotten that weearry, aldc
from anything in fancy I'ottery anil Glass
ware, a moat magnlncent line of
House Furnishing Goods,
which we will not attempt to Itemlie, as It
would require columt-N.
Our lamp department la the largest and
prices the lowest ever seen In Asheville. Ask
to sec the little Jewel. The ladl s all say that
they have never seen such a stock In Ashe
ville. Come and ee us: vou are always wel
come If yon only eomc to look.
THAD W. THRASH & CO.,
CRYSTAL PALACE. 41 PATTON AVE.
A nleelr furnished house, corner Merrlmnn
avenue and Chestnut street, for terms ap
ply to . S. WATSON,
oetadtf Real Hitate Agent.
JKB8PAHHBK8 TAKR NOTICB.
All persons see notified that all lands be
Inntrln to the Writ Asheville Itntirovcmeilt
Company anil K. O. Can Ire. In the vicinity of
tne auipnur springs auu v. rat Awnrvniv, are
posted. - B. O- CAKRIIIR.
Madame M. P. Smith, of (IT South Mnln
streel.over I.sw's store, has returned to New
York to lay In an elegant line of line millin
ery goods. My Novemlier 1 thcue goods will
he opened snd an eshlbit of her artistic work
made. Also Hrat class dress msking. Heat
Dr. B. F. Arrlngton,
Pilling teeth a specialty, also treating dis
eased gums, and all diseases pertaining; to
the dental structure. Olnce rooms on Pat
ton avenue, over Kay nor ak Smith's drug
Gold, Silver, Ivory, Oak, Out and Comhl
nation Mouldings. Also Room Mouldings.
Pictures Matted, Mounted and Framed at
lowest prices and work guaranteed. Bngrav
mgs. Paintings and Local Views always on
m a. siain at., '
nor 1 Ad
Buy Undsi Sldc Book
unknown. Our anHortinont
Lively times anticipated
No. ii Patton Avenue,
BALLARD, RICH & BOYCE,
Stovctt and Tinware-
PLUMBING, GAS AND STEAM FITTING, SLATE
AND TIN ROOFING.
PAINTS and OIU).
THE PASTEUR FILTER,
IN ALL 8IZB8 FOR FAMILV
AND HOTBL USB.
Uuaratiilceel to bat Uerm Proof.
ALL SIZBS KBPT IN STOCK.
FRESH BURNT CHARCOAL
BY THE LOAD, BARREL OR BUSHEL.
C. E. MOODY,
Offlce No. 30 Patton Avenue.
TBLBPHONB NO, 40.
Yard and Ware bo um gear Depot Tek
phoae TS, ,
ASJIBVU.LE AlWUtmBMBSTS. .
ICE RATES FOR
In qnantltles not less than one ton at factory.. per hundred.
In Uunntitle. not lew than one half ton at factory -soe.
8O0 pounds, SO tickets, lO pounds each J.HO
(hi eo 10 ;; ' o
700 " a " ' ' - g.oo-
7o is " bo " " 5
1000 " 10 ' 100 " . " .oo
Tickets In dollar packages and any quantity of tec may be obtained from driver, and at
our office for cash or tickets.
Aaheville Ice & Coal Company.
Telephone No. 36 and 40.
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
I'or sule at Wholcaal. anil Retail by
ASHEVILLE ICE AMD COAL COMPANY,
Telephone 36 and 40.
Bsciu.ive Agents i Domestic aad Steam I tor Western North Carolina.
I am hmuLv to hIiow you the
in exciumite and exclusive designs. Also now in stock the
new blocks in hats for therieasoii in "Youumn's," Miller and
Dunlin) HhuiieB. A full line
Shoes, in French Calf Talent leather, &c, &c., of the cele
brated make of Hathaway, Soule and Harrington. My
I :,.()() Shoe for Men is a dandy and hard to beat. Every
pair warrranted. F. E. MITCHEIX,
Men s uutntter. I'atton Ave.
MtWia MAIIIil'X, I'rcs I.. I'. McUMin, Vtce-Pna. . B. UANKIN. tuJnir
DiascToasi Lewts Mnddui, M.I. neat-den, M.J. Funic, J. B. Rankin, J. B. Ray, J. B. Rr.il
S. H. Reed, co. H. Powell, C. M. McLoud.
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, -
Umanlwd May 1st, 18S8.
(state, Couutjr ant!
Does a General Banklnc Uuslaesa. lienoalu
Itctmns tnadr on all arcessllile poluta. The Saying Feature will racetYe special attention.
On all sami in Ibis department, depusltcd for
of 4 per cent, per annum will be paid.
Special attention Kirm to loans on real estate,
Open (mm a. m. to 8 p. m. On Saturdays the
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
ai7 Haywood Street.
All.-'WATKR THOROl'VHLV FILTERED on the Premise.
Twenty-live years ol practical eaprrlenee,
tails of the business and pe fleet arrangements
manufnetured, enable the proprietor to present
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphons.
Ginger Ale and alltbc various flavors iA StlliAiWATBR ready for shipment aad delivered
free hi City limits. Out of town orders muat
On the A. tk H. Railroad, Eight Mllea South of Anhevlllc.
If ynn are looking for a place
why d.m't you ace about
The best mineral water ad In grant variety. Level loin,
grand view., good am-tciy. If ou think of buying why not
buy NOW t I'rices will g.i up and go KAI'lll V.
OTIS A. MILLER riOTo.
Tahg Train Oat at 9.10 A. M. Vara as Centa Or Orlva Koalh a Mllea.
FMKII. KUTI.KIKiK. City
SKYLAND MINERAL SPRINGS, N. C V
Eight Mllea South of Aahevllle, on the A. St S. Railroad.'
New hotels, acw cottages, new furniture, beanUful grove., neat tennis aad croquet lawas,
48 MINERAL SPRINGS. .
White Sulphur, Alum, Magncala. Iron aad Kpaora. Those seeking health and pleasure and
select society will not fall to visit this pleasant resort and drink of Ita healing waters.
E. A. LeVENE,
apra dtf Manager.
Aahe'llle, N. C.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Maanfaeturara aad Dealers In all kinds of Dresssd
Door, Saah, Bllnda, Mouldlnga, Stalrwork, Blantcla, Bank
and Bar Fixture, and all kind of Building Haterl 11.
Hard Wood Lumber
nov ladty Telcptiona
SCHLIT'S MILWAUKEE BEER. ' ' 1
Celebrated the World Over for its Purity. J
Wt deliver to all parte of the city onr own Bottling Biport Bur at J
ONE DOLLAR PER DOZEN. '
THK LtCAIIN '
WINE . AND LIQUOR . STORE
IPt THE STATE.
PINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.
i. 4. at a not aw svr. M...r. I NO. 43 S. MAIN ST.. ASHEVILLE. N. C
.....FOR SALB BY
BUNCOMBE BRICK & TILE COMPANY,
Asheville. N. C. P. O. Box 436.
Dealer I u Wall Paper, V Indow Shade and Patent Hangera.
Palate, Oils aad Taralaass, Mancry's MlssdPalats aad Colors, Wtedow Olass, bott
Prsaea aad Aaaerlraa '.
Ws htmp la itoek . Loaisaad Kaataeaj
No. 30 Patton Avenue.
new 8.mres in Full Neckwear
of Men s l ine' Hand Made
rrecired. Hxchancc bought and said. Col
foqr meatus or longer, Interest at the rnn
which will be placcd for long time oa real
Saying- Department will be open tilt p. a.
coinhincd with psasoNii. attention to all !
far clsanuxsw and pokitt of all goods
to bin numerous patrons a superior clam of
have assroNSini.g reference.
C. H. CAIHPRRLI..
for a home or an Investment
Agent. !IH I'atton Ave.
Near Paaacnger Depot.
Work a Specialty.
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