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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN : MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 2Q, 1890.
THE REV. W. S. I BRYAN.
HS PRKACHHH A KKHJION OX
The Experience In tlie l.lfe of the
ttuul pamllvl lo Thai of the
PhvHlolotflcttl 11 le A Prayer lor
Hint Willi an I'liuroWen Heart.
Kcv. W. S. 1'. Urvan, pastor of tin
First I'ri-sbvt ritin church inviiclitfil nn
excellent senium on "A broken heart
Kuniluv (minimi;. His text was I'snlmf
Thv Lord in nii-h unto thi-m that tiro nf u
broken hcittt ; uml miv.lll such in e ol ucon
trile minit "
"At thi sneialit eonv'ress lielilat Halle.
one of the university towns of ('uriiiaity
last week." he henaii. "one of the dele
gate was in the midst of a speeeh, when
kii.lileiilv lie n.lM'l html K M to the Hoot
oeml. The i-itu- of death," he eontin
neil. "was a liroken li.-nrt. I lie ease li
mit iineoinmoii, even if the phrase lie not
plivsiiilnKieally aeeurate. I've(nentlv in
ecrtain staue-i ot ilist.isi-, or alter violent
exertion, s'.ineiiiine; jies away, th
heart is niilined, the heart strings an
h osed, the heart throlis cense and tin
w ise iln siei. ins know that the ease is
U'yoad Ins skill and that death il not in
gtnntancom. i.. not lar iiuuv.
" I'liere is in tin hie of tile soul a par
nlli-1 cxpei len.e. Tlie spii itnal ease is in
nsicr lodi.inmise il.au tlie ph.. sioloicai
hat in this as in ilnu there is a Ine.ik am
the old lite liases to llow, the oiil chords
are sn limed asmi'ier and the heart is
broken int.. i us. Hut the spiritual it
exacilv oppu.-Ue to the physiological ii
its riMhts. mi while as lo the bodv tin
bioken he.irt means death, as to the sou
the broken .1.11 1 iiitiit.s liie. Lite, that
is, the vonsi-ii ns pies-ncc ol tiod is en
joyed only by the lnokni in heart and ai.
iitiln'okiu hitirl ine.ias a 1 unsaved soul.
For the Lord is ui.h unto ihein that an
i.l u bri.kiu heait. So u we would know
Do, I and have ilnu ihvill null us am
in us. it is not en .iih tti.it we have lion
est hearts, or ;-ner..iis lu.ois, or tenoei
heal Is or even woiuiilid Hearts; it is til.
broken lic.m lii n I imis Hull near lo lis
" l ac l.r. kin 1 1 at . is not the result o
sorrow as sonii si.iip is , I-' ir ninny pa
throiiu . .ni deipe.-i s... row u uli hearts o
tbut anil slid, ui . le ili Haul than belor
atidotaeis c.rry ui.l.tn tluin broket
hearts who h.ie t.iv.t known sorrow il
its dcciKr uic.ii.ii. . S.itiierisit in mat
to bicak I. ;s ow n i.i.n t, I. r il he c inuo
adil to his si.ituu ;.r.iioii.i; las h:e II.
cannot lne.il. los Ik. in. 1 insiirwikinj: n
Hie work in tlie iii.iv ."spirit, who, witi
haianier in h.o d. ;ivis .il.iw alter blow
until the dear; n...e . aoie u brokiii inti
couu.iiss puns ai.d in mans view I
" 1 In svinptou s ot this iuoken hear
like other s iiiuu.iii- arc easily mistakti
mid yet sci 1. luie in duales liic.i plainly
1. "A liuanliati'ii bv reason o
one's h e. I In. mil I.. ken heart is sell
couiplaeeill and will s.il.sl'ud with itsclt
but when ouee t.ri'kiii its s-.iisficiioi
ilisapiie. rs ai.ii in its s.eail there conns i.
dicp ub.is. mi 1. 1 i t --j.it it ai.il a lielnif; o
siiame. N-ionc can say woisi' ol tin
broken heart man it says ol il-iliaiid i;
appropriatts the wonls ol 1'iuil. 1 nil
tin iluil o sianeis.' Witnj ili it says
It. 1. vi I, I am w.i I abhor unsilt am
repent ia ib st uml asliis.- Tins cxjicri
euce sieuis inorliid nud even extravaaii
to tne mail ol tin-woihl ur to the easy
);oinn ieiUioui.-i. Inn it only proves thai
these know not the broken heart. hn
tiod breaks the ne.ut of such a man, h
tlcrms ihrsc words ol mine ail too weak
to cxpicss his .llllllS.
1", "A siIimmi. tjiiul Ikcuiisc nl his sins
The ui.br. ken heart cumin us im
Injml.v. 1: it iickiiolc.ljjc the sins m
nui Ii, it isn.ilalr.il. lol liuircoiiseipiciKCS
i;.cuscs aie plinty ai.d sinus aie casil.
int. ile and il i ' en Ii...k;.s that the mosi
l.ciiuons unpii us are cairu-1 Willi r.
brioTin iniv .nc-uisv the heart is unbroken
ai.d tlie so-calm: moral man can him
noiiii ,-.l n iii.i. aii. in his stale for the
scan- re. sou.
"Hut where the heart is broken thisii
eliniii:ed ami coi.sckiicc once sileiicei.
awak.s id s, iak ai t.uns ot tl, under aid
to p .nil '.in II.. iiiauilohl li.oisressioiih
ol dailv lite. All nt ..nee tile soul liuds it
. ll we'vliU'l with il I .ad ot plllt iiudir
which it cannot sl.;i.ir and w liiih must
lirum a ten line doom. The biokiti lieart
has no d. ajiis ..Ii. lit li id's plllilshinelil
nl sin or ah. mi t'.e extent ol that punish
ineiit anl il any would cure their doubti
let tluin in ly i-Xi iiatijji nil unbroken lol
Ii broken heart and no luxther aryunielll
w ill be lli'llh.!.
;i. "A conMi.insni s ol iiiipnlenee. No
longer doi s the broken bran bonsi of its
In uli in. It wakes to liml itsill the place
ol sin, unable lo resist the seductions o:
cvi;, iniabli to ixireiv a liviiic litit.lt n.
Ii su. nii.il.U- to live I he new hie ol tin
lllililun ol ('.... I. l.ii.c I'.nl, it linds Itm-ll
cnrn.il. sold under mil. It eanilol do tin
tliiuys whicii il wi iiid and cnmimiull.v
does the ti.niLS il would not. I'cspnn
takes p-ifsi'ssioii ot the soul when il views
t ir stern ii'iinreiiu ins ol divine law ami
it sinks mull r a sense ol ils inability lo
do the first (lulus oi n holy hie.
The man wuose heart is broken thin
fii Is in dilfi iciit ways his iiulitnrss for
('oil uml his distance In. in him, and lo
him tin-messaee of the ttxt ia directly
iK-rsonal: ' I he I.onl is uin to tin m thai
tire ol u broken heart. Ashamed, bur
dencd with limit, impotent in he is, I In
uracions Lot (I is lit his hand ready to
take the broken Iranniints of his heart
mill htiilil out ol i hi in u tt'ortoui temple
"To him whose hi art is unbroken the
text suu'iii st s t'liit the lu'ltvi-r lipproiirl
ate to his case i, 'llieak, Lord, bunk
this stubborn heart ol mine, break by
,,.. I., I.l. ...... il tlw.i. ..r.tiMt lint il th.
cenlle blows will not break, then fi ike
hard. Lord, onlv bunk, break, break that
I may find Thee near ami know tile joys
ol Ihy Fiilvaiii.il.
Tn thr I'rc'iilfit uml Mcmliert of the
Ccmrnl Y, M 0. C :
I I sn leave to olhr my rtpolniei fur
not hlling my en'aucnienl toiuldressyuu
on last l-iidny mulit. I win weather
bound in a remote part ot Yanecy county
I hiulily appreciate I he honor eonlerrrd.
mifl nm iliiil to learn that you extended
the enHauemciit to next Fruluy night at
which time I will I present.
Yours verv truly,
How lo Travel.
It Is often hard to decide wlmt routeto
tnke when starling on a trip. In order
to travel with tnse, comfort, in style nntl
saetv. always take the lauioin Lincm
nuti. Hamilton & Dayton K, K. They
have the linest road bed In the world.
Run 8 passenger trains n day lirtween
Cincinnati, Iniliunnpolis, ChieiiKo, Day
ton, Toledo anil Hi troit. The i'lilltnun
Velvet Vestibule Line, with Parlor and
Pining Cars, and i'ullmnn Velvet Vesti
bule Slrrwrs. When gnlnd North, North
west or Wrst, l sure your tickets read
via the C. H. & D. K. K. Any agent can
ell yoa, or write to
Wh. A, Wiooms,
Bout hern Fasi. Agt.
i. 0. Boi 436, Cbattanoofm, Tcnn.
ForeenNt III! 8 a. m. Tnrsdnv-
VontliiueU Cold and I'ulrwenllieri
NoritiwvMierly viud, wlili Krosls
Nntt Atkinson left to-dnv for a short
business visit to Knlcijih.
C. M. McLnud hi.s returned from a
short trip to New York.
Chief of Police Baird will make a test
of the tire tilnrm every day nt la o'clock.
Local sportsmen snv that rmrtridces
are plentiful this year, but rather retirituj
in their habits.
Mr. V. S. Cushman has been ap
pointed a commissioner of deeds for the
slates of Massachusetts, New York and
Mr. 0. It. Henry, of Wilson, Burns &
Co , Ins returned Imin Italiiinorc. He
will represent this house in this section
lor anoihcr vear.
Mr. John YV. Starnes, who spoke at
Black .Mountain Saturilav. reports that
the democracy of that township ure in
The October session of the Buncomlie
eouiitv criminal court meets next Mon
day. The docket is lull and the session
ill last about two weeks.
Hx-l'iov. T. J. Jarvis will address the
mopleat llake'ts.illc Thtirsdav, (li-t. 3(1,
it Ihirusville Friday ami at Mars Hill,
Madison county, Saturday.
Major S. II. Wilson and family have
cturncd from Kound Knob where they
nave spent the sumnier and are at their
still me on South Main street.
Mat CoH', an .ive.l but industriouscoh
nei I man living on Mountain street has
ust pulled a pumpkin weiliin Ilia
iiiuuds which t'rew on his place.
A freiijht train ran into a flat car nt
he side-ti nek at Azalia, three miles east
f Hill'.nore, this iiiurniiiK. and ilitelieil
' he car. The damage was slight.
The cause ol the failure of I he lire alarm
svsiem has Ih ti lottnd in a broken wire
it i he box corner ol I'atton nvemie and
ourt sipi.-ire. All the boxes will lie tried
Kcv. W. S. P. Bryan left this mornini;
or Wilmington to attend the mcctini: ol
he synod at that place. Mrs. Bryan ne
ompanied him as lar as Columbia, S. C.
Mr. Bryan will return next Tuesday.
Mr. Locke Craig's reason for lieing nl -sent
from the Y. M. I. C. meeting last
t'i urs. lav itiht, when he was to Sieak.
vastliat be was weal hei -bound in Yau
cy county and could not reach Asheville.
A. S. Nichols, general auent of the
'Miiui.ti K.. me" is in the city. He has
p cparitl a discriptive article on Asheville
vim liwi'l apiiear in a Michigan city
. Indiana I paper. Mr. Nichols is acconi
aiiiiil by Joseph Oliver, a prominent
itiighl templar of Richmond.
In the mayor's court this moruim.
lock King was lined $10 for carrying a
ii-tol. . II. Kaiiics was lined $.", lorn
ireaih of the H-ace, and failing to puv ii
.vi.ssenl to tin- lockup. While on his
cay there he darteil away from the olli
.-ers in charge and skipicd.
Kcv. J. L. Carroll leaves to-morrow
nomine lor lliyson Citv to attend tin
.Vi-.tcru Non h Carolina Baptist eonven
ion which meets there Wednesday. The
ew Bap' isi church at Bryson City veil
it- di ili.-ated during the si-sion and l'r
.'arroll will preach the dedicatorv set
Kcv. Cnlviu S. Bluckwell will comlur
crviccsat tin Ch -isii inchinch on Cnurel.
street lo-i.iglit ami every night this wet k.
Il echurt'li w as uucomlortablv cold ves
vr.lav morning Uvattsc of the want ol
letting apparatus, but this want litis
Ikcii supplic'l ami the olhcials snv that
the elm cn will Ik-eomlortnble hereafter.
A s'.rani I il' al tin power house nf the
shevtlte stni-t railway was blown out
tins moruim.' and considerable d.niingi
to the uriciiinerv was done. The acci
dent occurred at about 8:;iu o'clm k and
(lit- cars have Ikcii delayed all day- The
itlni.ils -xK-et to have trc-m running
, bo it i live o clock this ullernoon.
Kcv. John Amnion!, Rev. W. P. South
ern, Kcv. 1. li. Nelson, Rev. W.A.Nelson.
Haniel Moriran, William Weaver, . M.
i.ivis,J. I'. Morgan. J. A. Porter. J. T.
luslicc and W. I. lust ice lea veto-morrow
niorniiiL' lor llrison City to attend tin
Western North Curolimi Baptist conven
The Richmond nud Danville Railroad
eompany w ill sell excursion tickets from
shcvilie to Charleston, on account ol
i he uala week, at the rate of $6 lor the
otitid trip. The usual fare one way is
s'j.uo, I uesc red uc ;o rate tickets will
.ie sold Ociolx-r 25 to 3D, good to return
till Nov. ;i(l.
Mr. W. W. Jones has returned from
Murphy, w here he npnrcd in defense ol
vlrs. Lillian liould, charged with killing
tier husi. and. Mr. Jones says that there
isurriit cnthiisiusm lor I ruwlortl in tin
.I. utitin in the west mid that he will
ihiII a larger vole than his friends are cx-
Hon, II. A. Ondger has returied from
i he eastern part ol the state, where he
has men making political speeches. II
-ays that the democrats in that part ol
i he stale are solid and that prospects
ire good. Mr. Uudgrr predicts thut
Branch's majority in the hirst congres
sional district Will Ik- K.UOU.
Cot. Peter It. Akers. nl Knoxville, who
is called in every direction to work up
land sales, is in Asheville. His next auc
tion ol lots will lie in Morrislown, on
Thursday next. At a sale of lots ut
Marvvillr, Tcnn., a few days ago, he sold
I'.lH lots in four hours, lit expects ureal
n suit i in Ins sulc at Morrislown on the
Il is said that it is nn ill wind that
blows nobody od. This was very an
parent in to-day's conditions, lor when
the street ears tpnt running the telephone
service was mucn improved ami one s
voice sounded as clear and distinct as
does the tire alarm bell when it rings at
muHlny when there is no nre.
According to the time honored custom
amnnu thr racr, the funeral of Harriet
Williams (he colored woman who was
found murdered nt her home three miles
west ol Asheville, last spring wns
preached at JnrrcUschnpel.ncnr the pine
oi lite muroeryesierony morning. i'resiu
inu Elder Smith conducted the services.
wldih were attended by a lurge crowd
Ucrman Mplca In France.
Taxis. Oct. 30. The Petit Journal an-
nouncrs the arrest nt Belfast barracks of
a guard named Deitrich and his sister
who are charged with I icing German
spies. Plnns ol the fortifications were
found In Dcitrich'i house.
Me turn Bnraraln Table
At Law's full nf goods marked at less
than half price. Goods at S cents tn 00
cents. Ah but regular gonds are being
tor Be sure you are advertisement of
T. C. Manning s writing school In to
HTMra. Hnlvburton tins removed tn
South Mnin street, No. 60, will open mil
lenery with her dressmaking, all kinds of
fancy work and children!' clothes a spec-
VANCE TO SPEAK HERE.
NEXT H ATI' St DAY IH THE TIME
To Hpeak at lb Grand Opers
MnuMe-Tbe fluent or the Hwaii
nanus Democracy A Triumphal
United States Senator Z. B. Vance is to
speak in Asheville.
The Swannanott young men s demo
crutic club, which did such efficient uml
faithful work during the campaign of
1888 has come to the front again and
will have Senator Vance here as its
Senator Vance will reach Biltnutrcfrom
the east next Saturday morning, Octo
ber 25, nt 7 o'clock. He will be met there
by the club, and will lie entertained bv
them until 11 o'clock, when he will be es
corted in a carriage by 208 mounted
democrats from Swnmmnou to this city.
The procession will go to the Oranil
Opera House, which has hern engaged
for the occasion, and at 12 o'clock the
speaking is to begin. The speaker will
be introduced by the president of the
The singe will Iw occupied by the
The members ol the club will lie at
tired in a uiiilorm ol political significance
and all will apicar reailv for the conflict.
1C eery body will he exKCtcd to attend
the sin-liking as it is the only chance to
hear "Our Zeh,"
A Had Hullroiid:wreck
ici-itrreti several days ago tin one of oir
most important trunk lines. Nobody
hurt but all the baggage except the
Kollcr-Tray Trunks was smashed up.
Buy one. Sold by dealers. Made by II.
W. Kouuillrcc& Bros,, Richmond, Yn.
ay"Lots of line goods wonderfully
heap at Law's till NovcmlK-r 1.
Wr'The Villa" corner Hnvwood and
College streets now oiten for winter
hoarders. Related mid rcluriiishcd.
Kvcrylhiiig In si class. oel.lllilJw.
thf l he clearing sale ut Law's uois on
all this week ocU'od'.'t
To insure change of advertisements
utiuini; on regular contract, copy must
k h. Hided in bv 111 o'clock a. III.
Index lo New AdvertlHeinenlH.
I--OK Sn.it tl It Piiti.-r-nn.
To MltKCllAXr WiNnn, II. ms w Co.
A ton liuguv. H vll uar enrl tinri sini-lr list
m-ss: have (Hi-n tiut liti'e nsi-.l Wrl wli
he . p. Ii. II PATTIilJSilN
oetl'odat C. r Hillside mid Husi Streets
MERCHANTS OF WESTERN N. C.
Wv u Uti to nay ttaut wr luivr wt-uml ttu
fUTvitcii tit nur
MR. O. H. 1IKNRV,
to rt-ptc-cnt our Intcnuttt in jrur uri-tina fir
anuthrr ymr; nntt Imyinit ko1 for
SPOT CASH DIRECT,
we arc raml to mrrt the very clun-iit
cointK'titiini, Mr Hmry will n1n) cont nur
tn hvr authority to I'olUvt all nccuunW tlut-
our firm. Thankinpt you for your piiMt pm
ronnKc, nnd HlwhifiK cortt nuntlon of thr
mint-, vv arc, vrry rctiK-ct fully.
WIImoii, Uuriiii 9k Co.,
lniHirtrta ami Vhile trrrm.
mtl'iMllw w t-t Itnltrmirr, Mil.
Rotr. Chry-iiniliriitumR. etc.. In n1Unitvii
riy nt lliMvWIMi (;i.liKMI I SIt.
I't lt phonf 77 ;t lhi.rlotie Ht.
I'roiHiMil f- r l-tifiiif the oitrrn hnll In
thr court Imuw wtll rrceivetl bv the rrKipV-
tvr i tut i it until Montiu), .uv, n, ihihi.
H unlrroi ihr hoitnl
uitlHillw. J. li HANKIN, Ch'm
Two or three tin turn In tin I room. In il 1
oectalilt lovnlity, nt A moderate mil, for
liht hourrltrrpini;. Ail(trr
C. K nihl'liU.,
octlH.i:u Asheville IN' t office.
Twrntv hcttil nf hnrM-s nntl mules Apnli
ut K M. IN-sver's huti-c, across eunnty Iron
11 IK SAI.lt.
Hursi , wiiHnn nntl htirness st harKiiln st
llorr lln.s slore.
A n-rnnm entlum nn French Brunt! utrrntie.
near lriT' i-nrs. Apply st
oelllltlllll :i7 I'KKSCH HKOAIIAVB.
If m d Iiar i-ntnlitlnic urirlcnl Inntrnmrnti.
A iiiNriii rewmu lor mum oi nmr n
oc IKltf lM. J. A lit KKOlV.Ho.
. . TIP
SPECIAL LOW RATES TO ALL POINTS.
All trasssclliins irunrsnlrtd.
Mi-llshlc InforniMt'im chrrrfiilly flirnlshrd
Aedtlcnt Insursucf Istu-d,
W. M. CLARKE,
llrsnd Central Hntrl.
Onltl, allrcr, tvorjr, Osk. Ollt and Comlil
nation Monltllitffs Also Room MouhllnRs,
Pictures Matted, Mounted and Prsmed at
lowest prices snil work ursntd. Bnirrsr
Inas. Fslotlnsi and Local Views always on
99 8. Main St., Apnevllle.
anr IS d
Dr. B. Fs Arrlngton,
rVROGON Mtmk DRMTIHT.
Pllllna teeth a snrrlsltr. also tsratlnc din-
nsrd Hum, and all diwsm pertalnlntf to
tne nenisi struriure. limes rooms on rat
ton avenue, over Haysor At Smith's drug
Bujr Llndpejr'a Ouldc Book
toW.N.C. Price iictfti
A Flood of Bargains Unprecedented I
Nothing Like them Yet Named by this or
ThiH wet'k wo push the gates njnv oncl inundate the
mnrknt with values hitherto
omplete. our stock unhroken.
this wtH'k at the
DRY GOODS HOUSE.
PifMinrnt.imiM niatle aecordiiiirl
spaee. rJvery weeK naw .ew
New Silks. New Dress (loods, New Laces, New .Jackets.
Reefers and Mazers, New llandkerehiels, New Hannelsand
New Millinery for this week's
All our goods bought before the iniquitous tariff bill
went into effect. That means
nn be bought at present.
as well as competition, on
Margains can be offered. Our
rons at least
on our present
Number 11 deserves your
it and will try to mnintain it,
vour command. This is a great week for shoppers. Lots
of stuff at half value. No handful here to select from. Oui
mammoth store room jammed. Ask for our Foster's
fl.lJ." kids this week at 7" cents. Remember the place
the House of Bargains.
F. P. 1Y1IMNAUGH,
No. ii Patton Avenue
Dry (Jowl. Millinery nud ('nrpets.
Thut I whnt nil thr Indict of tantc have
exclaimed on vlntting the
KveTTfhInff new nm! the very Intewt delipi
in French and fWrman China. Hric-n-hrac
nnd Art Tottery front all countries.
A DAZZLING DISPLAY
if llnhcmlsn Olumware and JapaneM Art
NOTHING LIKE IT
hnn ever been aeen In AnhevlMe. Then our
price; well, thrv nre no low they are pro
nounced A RBVIILATION.
n nice line of the eelehrntetl Rofrer'a Hllver
IMnted Wnre. which, tike our entire stock,
w an hoMKht frotn timt hnntln, and yon will
lie aNtoniahed to flud how low we arc Mil
Let It not he foruotten thnt we carry, aine
from anything In tlnncy rottery and Olftnn
wnre, a mont maKniftcrnt line of
Uoune Furnishing: Goodft
which we will not attempt to Itemise, a It
would rriulre col unit
Our lump oVnrtmcnt U the larpreiit and
prlifn the lowest evrr neen In Anhevllle Ak
tn nee the little jewel. The lndi-n all nay thnt
they have nrvrr netn nucha stock In Anhe
vllle Come nnd ee un; on ore nlwayt wel
come If you only come to look.
THAO W. THRASH & CO.,
CRYSTAL PALACE. 41 PATTON AVE.
ATA LIVELY RATE
Mrn's Suit, from $4 lo 3(l.
nny's Hulls from It.SO lo I8.
Mrn's Ovcrroats from f S.AO to S.'lo.
Bov's Orrrrosts from f I TS to (17.8(1.
of sn sort for mrn or hoys.
HATS, TRUNKS. SHOES AND UMBRELLAS.
C, 0. BLANTON & CO.,
WholCMlc and Retail,
No 0 West Court qusrt,
ASHEVILLB, N. C,
Sill) and 830 Went BslMmort Street, Haiti-,
ML i ; '
unknown. Unr asuortinent
Lively timeH anticipated
v. Km) your eye on this
X per cent, less than goods
We preceded Mr. McKinley,
our purchases, hence (treat
foresight saved for our put-
advance here on account of
patronage: it already has
Hargains always here at
BALLARD, RICH & BOYCE,
Stoves and Tinware.
PLUMBING, OAS AND STEAM FITTING, SLATE
ANO TIN ROOFING.
PAINTS and OILS.
THE PASTEUR FILTER,
IN ALL 8IZBH FOR FAMILY
AND HOTEL I'HB
Ouatrantcetf lo be Germ Proof.
ALL HIZKS KBI'T IN MTUCk.
FRESH BURNT CHARCOAL
BY THE LOAD, BARREL OR BUSHEL,
C. E. MOODY,
Office No. jo Patton Avenue.
TBLBPHONB NO. 0.
Yard and Wanna... near tie not.
.iSHl- II.Li: AIH
ICE RATES FOR
In quantities not Irsa than one ton at factory
In quantities not Iras than one half ton at factory.,.
3IKI pound., 3D tickets, 10 pounds each
mill ,, tn. i"
" tin -
" 15 Stl
1000 " 10 " 100
Tickets In dollar packagi-a and anv quuntlt.r
our office for cash or ticki ls.
Asheville Ice &
Telephone No. 36 and 40.
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
--- For tinle at Wholesale Hint Ketnil by
ASHEVILLE ICE AND COAL COMPANY,,
Telephone 36 and 40.
Kxclu.iet AKt-nts 1 Domestic and Steam I lor Western North Carolina.
am ready to hIiow you the
in exquiHite nnd exeluHive dcHignn. AIho now in stock the
new blocks in hat fortlieHeaNonin "Voumnn's," Miller and
Dunlap Hhnpes. A mil line
Shoe, in I 'rem h Calf l'aient Leather, &c, &c, of the cele
brated make of Hatliawuy. .Soule and Harrintrton. Mv
f .()() Shoe for Men in a dandy and hard to heat. Every
Men 8 Uut titter. 'JH I'atton Ave..
l.uwis M.Minrx. l'n-s
L. P. MC 1.1)1
UisacTtiss: Lewis Mstltlux, M.J. Henrden,
a. n. Keea. (ieo. 0. rowcii. c M mclouo.
- WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, E-
Omanired May 1st, 1HH.
Ntate, County and
loci General Ban It in Huitntna. Dext1t
lection made ou till necesillile Ktint. The
On a II tutn in thi department, deposited for
01 4 per cent, per annum will be paid.
4 Special attention triveti to loans on real estate, which will he placcri for Ions time oo rent
Opeu irnm ti a in. to 3 p. m. On Haturdaya the SuvinR licpartment will be open tall A p.r
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
217 Haywood Street.
All WATKR THOROtUHLY FII.TKRKn oil the Premlack.
Twenty-Are years ol practical ez(ieiience. combined with reuuiNAL attention to all tl. -tails
of the buslne.it and nertect arranuenients lor clsanmnrws and rttniTT ol all aoodn
manulat'tured, ennhlr the proprietor tn promt to hi. numerous patrons a saprrinr class i.
Vichy and Seltzer Water In Siphons.
Ginger Ale and allthe rsrions ItaTora nl 8IAWATRN trail y lor shipment ana drlleered
free In City limits. Oat of town order, must have sshpohmbls reference.
C. H. CAMPBFI.L.
On the A. & S. Railroad, liiitht mile ttduth of Asheville
and Adjoinlnif Vnnderbllt Park..
If you are lonkini: (r a place
why don't you hi- about
The liest mlnernl water and In great variety. Level lot..
irrnn.1 view., kihhI .ocirtv. If van think nf buying why nut
buy NOW 1 Frlce. will go np ami so k A I'll) V.
Take Train Out al .to A. HI .-Fare
I'KHli. KI'TI.BIH'.K, City
H0TELST ARMOND-HOTEL BONNYCREST
SKVUND MINERAL SPRINGS, N. C.
Elifht Mile Houth of Aancvllle, on the A. 8. Railroad.
New hotels, new cottages, new furniture, beautiful grove., seat tennis and croqart law ns,
-48 MINERAL SPRINGS. .
White Sulphur, Alum, Msgncria, Iron and Bpram. Those seekiag health and plea.ar anil
select society will not fsll to rl.lt tkla pleasant resort and drink of its healing waters.
Asheville, N. C.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Manal'actnrers aad Dealers In all kinds of
Door, Hash, Blinds, Moulding, Stalrwork, Mantel, Bank
and Bar Fixture), and all kind of Building- Material.
Hard Wood Lumber Work a Specialty.
SCHLIT'S MILWAUKEE BEER, '
Celebrated the World Over for its Purity.
We deliver to all parts of the city our own Bottling B sport Deer at
ONE DOLLAR PEU DOZEN.
Our Itrer Is keot at a trmnprnttir nf an Attrrmn nntt ova anataiM h..k as-int-
all times. TIlBTKAOBHtfl'I'LIBU PKOM
THR I.KADINO .
' WINE AND .. LIQUOR .. STORE
IN TUB STATU.
PINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.
I. . w assoi' 4SJIVT, Sf'a-'r. I NO. 43 S. MAIN ST., ASHEVILLE. N. C
.....FOR SALK BV
Asheville, N. C.
Dealeraln Wall Paper, WludowShadeaand Patent Hanarer.
Palate, (Ml. and VanilalM., Maanry'. Mlsed Paints aad Colors.
French and Aawrlraa
W. kwp la .lock at. Loaiagad Keatweky Lead,
.40c. per hundred.
.Sc. " '
of Ice may be obtained from drivers and at
No. 30 Patton Avenue,
new Bhnie8 in Fall Neckwear
oi-Mwum Fine Hand Made
r ail iuijifl
I. B. HANKIN, Lahli-r
M.J. Fkk. J- B. Kankin, J. R. Ray, J. K. Ktvn
reccivc. Uxchftiirr bonirht and eoltl. Cnl.
Savins Pent ure wilt receive special attention.
four moot hp or looser, tn tercet nt the rne
fur a home or nn Ineestnent
as Cenls-Or Drive avoalh S Mllca.
Acent, -JH Patton Ave.
E. A. LeVENE.
Near Paascnrcr Depot.
& TILE COMPANY,
P. O. Box 426.
Wladow Olaaa, both