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ASHEV1LLE DAILY CITIZEN : THURSDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER C, 1890.
THE NEW BAPTIST CHURCH
THK Rl'ILUINQ THAT lit TO BK
History or the Oricniilaatlon ol the
Church Name of the PaHtora-
Deacrlptlou of the lluiltKuif.
The First Baptist clmrcl) of Aslievillc
was organized December fl, 1820, neurlv
sixty-one years ngn. The ort;aiiizntion
was ut first known ns the Mount I'lens
nnt church unci Rev, Thomas Stratllcy
was made pastor, Pctrr Strailley and
S. P. Burnett were made deacons of tin
church and the former was also elected
clerk. The services of the church were
held nt the house of Mr. Burnett, prior
to the erection of a hiiililiiiK.
Some time utter the oinmiizutiwi vns
perfected, it was deemcil necessary to
have a house of worship nnd steps were
taken to procure money for the purpose
of building one. About $0,000 was the
amount procured and the lot on the cor
ner of Spruce and Woodiin streets was
obtained. The church that now stands
on this lot was put up ut a cost of about
$6,000, and it was at that tune consid
ered u very handsome structure. The
material used was brick.
Kev. Thomas Stradlcy, the first pastor
served the coiiki ejj.it ion for n numlicr of
years. He resigned and Kev. John Mitch
ell, 1). D.. whs given a call to come Irom
the heavy collection of carbonic acid gas
which yuuses me oppressive nna sleepy
nensiiiimi in a nnuiy ventilated building
Additional ventilation is urovided for
summer use br opening the lower purt of
uic winnows nna also opening the large
vcniiiaiors provided in tile ceiling.
The buildinc was designed bv Messrs.
Wills Bros, of this city and its graceful
proportions and many conveniences bear
witness to the original talent mid
thought professional training of these
A t'OMJIITTKK APPOIMTKU.
II Will TsfceChame of Ibe Imuil.
Mayor Blnnton and President Powell,
of the board of trade have uppointed the
following committee to charge of. and
complete every arrangement licvrssiirv
for the entertainment of the deleuates tit
the southern inter-stateiinniigratioii con
vention which meets here Derail I n.t 17:
R. MoHniyer, K, M. I'urniun. C. T.
Kawls, T. 1). Johnston. W. E. Hn-ese, V.
T. Revnolds. iobu B. Ilosiic. f',. S. Pint.
ell, N. P. Chedester. John f. Steele, W. A.
James, Natt Atkinson, J. I'. Kerr.
these gentlemen are the right men tor
the work and there is no doubt but that
it will lie well done. It is bv no means a
small matter to receive anil handle an
important matter like this, but Tin
tli'UKN is sure that this, the liveliest eili
in the south, will stand by the committee
in all they may do and ask nt the hum Is
ol tile ieonie ol Aslicville.
A meeting of this committee will Ik
held I'ridav afternoon at o'clock at the
mayor's office, when it will oruamzi- nnd
Ik; prepared lo carry out the suggestions
ol the president ot the convention.
sorecaMt till S a. m. Friday l-'nlr,
till Matiirclavi HllKutl wuriueri
Bricklaying for the pavement on North
Court Place was U'guii yesterday.
Hon. Kllis Cocke, ot Tennessee, and a
brother of Wm. M. Cocke, jr., ot this city
is here attending tedcrul court.
Shepind's Modern Minstrels pieiir at
the Grand ojktii house to-night. This is
said to Ik- an excellent company and the
papers Sieak highly of it.
Col. 1. W
j. iiooKer, ol Vtehstcr, and Hubert l ooii.
Bowman, of Bakersville. J.
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i ' v.- r . '
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er. of Bryson Citv, aie among the
.vers attending the lederal court.
Col. A. T. Davidson's address on the
" Reminiscences ot Western North Caro,
linn" lit the I.vceum, has been po t poin d
no lo-morrownigut at i ..in o clock.
Prol. Saville's weekly dnnee will he
held next Tuesdav niulii instead of Mon
day iK-ciiuseot Patti Rosa iipnearmiiv
at the I, rami opera House Monday night
Mr. and Mrs. lames keel, ol Romeo.
.Mica., ami .Miss lenme Worth, ot Ilir-
niiii.jham, Mich., nrc in the citv, stop
ping with Mr. T. V. Mair on Acadcinv
The iurv ordered bv the board ol older-
men on t lie widening and extension of
Aeadeiuv street were out to-dav. Tlmae
comiMisuig the jury were 1. Ii. llrown.X.
W. Idnlw.iod. KolKTt l-'iiilev, li. H-iird.J.
M. Ingle and k. K. kawls.' The report
will Ik-considered by the board of aider
men to-morrow night
ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1890.
In quantities not less thnn one ton nt factory
In quantities not lent tftua one hnlftnn ut factory
.100 pounds, HO tickets, 10 iHiuntls each ,,
Olio ,, Ho to " "
700 uh " an
TOO " 1(1 " .111 '
looo io mo
Till- NliW I lkST BAPTIST Clll kni.
the eastern part ol the state and tak,
charge of the church, t r. Mitchell in
cepted and held the position ot pasio
lor some time. When he resigned Kev
A. C. iMxon was called and acivpted
When Ins jiasiorate was ended I ir
Mitchell niNiin took charuc ol the i-luitvli
and cotitiuued as pastor until l'r. J. I..
Cnrrolleame, a lew vearsajo. Dr. Car-
roil was succeeded in the early part ol
mni oy Kev. . . .Ncson,
Kev. Thus. Siradlev, the first pastor i
now living on Ik.iv-ril.iin. in this count'
Let a Trliunphnnl IX-iuocrHt-
Hon W". T. Crawford will arrive on
the tram from WnvnesviPe this after
noon. Ilewill be welcomed bv n com
pany of mounted lU niiK-rats and escorted
to his hold. He will ie.ik to-night, and
who is tin.- i Asia villi will show the west bow to wel-
tiue our champion.
THK Kl. Iti-M AI. CIII HT.
and is unite aaed tir. bdin Muci.ell
pastor ol the Baptist church at I l-n- i '" Hvnntnn Mct-IH Here Thin
dersouville. Kev. A C. Dixon is a broth ' Slomlim,
erol kev. Thus. Dixon who has enate
such interest in New Vork and he ,s ii"
in cha-gc ol one ot the largest Baptist
churches in Philadelphia. Dr. Carroll i-
the pastor ol the I-reach Broad Baptist
church ol this citv.
When Rev. Dr. Nelson eaitie here in
IM7 the iiicmhcridiip ol the l irst Bap
tist church was .-bout L'ooand the uum
her is now just lino. It li.it. Uen demon,
strnted on nutiietoiis iHvaviouA that tlu
present edilice is tar loi mall to aciom
modatc the congreuatioti an. I it w.is .le-
1 ue Ni'cenilK-i I, rm of the l-Vdcral
court h,r t ie Western .li-trict of North
Carolina convened hen- this morning
I Jtiilyt- k. P. Ditk piisi li,.g
The grand jury chosen lor the term is
li. iiaotoii. lor. in. in. Wihiam I'-ixiu, J
. Calvert, John Anustcad, G. N. Sullct.
W.J. Ilayis. John Taylor. Henrv Mills,
II A. Brooks. M I. tlrr. P. I'. Feruiisoti
I .,.. ii. ..... ,.. i ,i ' t-iawioru. Jesse . .Morgan, K. 1
., ,m ,,. ,,,i, -r i -m I.. ip
-'. .-i.mwino. 11. u. oilmen
i ue oni .nice noue ami lot. coriur ol
Spruce ami lolicge sineis weie pur
chased last suninur lor U.o'io. The
old residence has been torn down and
preparati oin, an lieing mude tor tlieeriv
tiou ol the new church, 'fnc loundation
work has already counm-nccd.
fhe new liuildiug will lie in the gothii
style ot an liitectuie, the slyle so kcu
harly adapted lor a pl.-u-e ol worship.
The external dimensions ol the ehnrcl
are to be loo icet ill length and 7J livt in
width. At the rear will Ik- u praycr-nn-eting
and Sunday school room To leet
long and Jtli ti-et wide. There will bra
tower and spire l:io icel in height. The
main entrance is in the centre ol the Col
lege street Iroiit.
The floor ol the church will slope from
every side toward the centre and all the
seals ol the auditorium will Is? urnuigcd
in concentric circles, the minister's plat
form being in the focus ol the circles.
Thuseverv person is seated lacing the
jirencher and each row is somewhat
higher than the one in front so that then
is no obstruction tnthcviiw. The church
when finished, will sent 1.000 ersons.
The choir is to Ik- placid on a raised
platform lic'-ind the pulpit and the organ
will be on the same platiurin and Inland
the choir. A large arch w ill he built over
tlicchoiriindorg.nl platlorni and, will
give un etfcctivc finish lo the rear ol' the
John Masteis, I',. H.Moore, J. M.Curtis.
h. I., tiwcti. las. k.imcv.
W. N. t'.rccn was sw orn in as the othi-cr
ot the grand iurv.
The ietit juries for the Urm ure two in
niimiKT nnd are as billows
No. 1. I din Ch.l dev. lohtl Randolph
i.otancc Alien, jr., r. v.. Moore. S. C. Sit
ton. John kied, Dillard kulK-rnon. T. II
.Mccracken, A. S. 1 1 ill, W . I". CorH.iiiug
lan. 7,if-veiiiiou. imiii Lrwin
No. 'J.T. I. Martin. I-. M. (iarland
rhos. CuthlK-rtsoii, Thus. Neal. Thos,
Kc'lmon. 1. It. L.'Ughtir, A. I. Voun(
.Micliael league. I.. Bueliannii, li. C
lohiison, Averv Alexander. S. II. I- ruin
Marshal HelL ol Rowan county, nunlt-
apphcation lor lavnsi- to pruciicr in the
I lined States court nnd was sworn in.
The case ot Jas. Drake, Innn Cherokee
county, lor violation ol the revenue law
was tried. The accused was lound
guilty but judgment was suspended.
Ill MINIUM NOTICKtS.
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, 'i choicv i-iiiua. lor winier fnou un-
arriving and lieiuu opened. All are new
and Irish. Tai ill increases cost 1". ner
vein., inn oriees are riciit n u-mi m
; t.aw s, on s tilth Main street,
audit t irinm
Oil the r-iiht of the oru-nn itbulorm w ill M ow ' Tr"''
lie a studv lor the pastor, and u large en-1 ""'n hard to divide what roiitcln
trance to the Sunday-school room ut the , when starting on n trip. In order
rear, vn the left there will be t wo sepa-. l" 'ravel with ease, cnmlort. in stvle nnd
rate robing rooms for the candidates lor 1 "' tv. nlwnys lake the famous Cinciii-
oupiism. i ue uapiiaterv is to Ije in un ' ".oiiinon nay ion K. K. 1 hev
elcifunt nlcovc on the lel. mm in ih.. have the finest road lied in ilit-w-nri.l
view ofoll und rnisedalioutlourlixtfruin K Passenger trains a dnv lietween
the lloor. 1 Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Chicago. Dnv
a gallery will extend across the interior 'nn ion-no una iielroit. Tlsr Pullman
of the College street trout and will In- ui- y?lvvl Vistibule Line, with Parlor and
proaclii-a oy stairs in the vestibule und inning cars, and I'ullmun elvct Vesti
the tower. ! hide Sle.'iK-rs. W hen uoitiir N'orih. ..rli.
The interior will lie lighted in day time j w'"1 "r W'rst, Ik- sure vour tickets read
by three immense trucery windows ol ex-1 v, "K C. II. D. R. R, Any ngent can
ceedingly graceful design, lin I wvernl
The ceiling will l-e made of Iwudcd pine,
natural finish, relieved bv panels mid
Hummer beams, stained to imitate cher
ry, 1 he ceiling will be curved and is of
an original und uuiipie design. The inte
rior, it is said will surpass in beauty and
convenience uuy cuurcii in tins stale,
The prnver meeting nnd Sunday school
room at the rear will lie situated on the
ground floor nnd is cxpectcdito sent 400
persons, n win ue piuin and neat and
win nnve tracery windows.
In the vestibule are stairs lending totlie
class rooms, and the lailici' room on the
The church will be lighted at night by
two large reflectors, with gas nnd elec
tric lights, giving a suit, ilillused light
evenly distributed over the entire main
auditorium, The prayer muting and
ciass rooms win lie iignieu bv gas.
Steam, on the indirect radiation sys
tem will be used to heat the building, nnd
the warm air will be introduced by chases
in tbc.wull, five feet above the floor, and
will he evenly distributed without draft.
The Sunday school room will be heated
separately, also by steam. The wntcr in
the baptistry will be heated by a svst .-m
of pipes passing over gas burners so that
it may be und when it is not necessary
Ml IIVHl IIHE WUIIK OUllUlllg,
The ventilation is on the most ap
proved principles, and will be effected by
a lur;e ventilating shaft to draw thfol
air from the floor level, thus removing 1
sell you, or write to
Wm. A. WniuiNH,
Soiitiiern Pnss. Agt.
P. t). Box :itl, Chnttnnoogn, Tenn
Index lo New Advertlncmetila.
Pits KfST .1.1 llallry Hirnt
Hisivio, us htoi.kn H. c Hunt.
attsntius, Hosts owNsss i. H. Fsttrr-
W LATH TO CLASSIFY,
TMAVIill OK aTOUtNT "" "
one larxr nd anil white hiiI caw. Will
pnv for her nturn or Inn.rm.llon of her
no,(ll, ii.o. Ht'NT.
A large crowd, led by Owen's drum
corps, was on the streets last night, re
joicing over thed' inocrntic victory. They
went to thy liraud Central hotel nnd
gave a loud call lor Mr. Chedester. who
spoke lor some- time. Calls were also
made for CD. Blautoii. II. A. Cadger,
I,. B. McHrayrr. and J. P. I.owry, who
Hon. kohl. B. Vance, of Aslievillc. will
deliver a masonic address at. the laviuir
ol the corner stone of the new main
building ol Trinity college, at Durham
Tuesday, November 1 1, lix-t'mv. Thos,
arvis w ill deliver an educational ad
dress. 1 un c irii N ackiiowlrdues an in
vilation Irom the building committtr to
tie present on the occasion.
Concord Standard: "The iustlv ihiuu-
lar noiei ami mis man, .Mr. . l.al-avctlc
llrown. lelt to-lav tor R'H-k Hill. S. C.
where he goes lo lake charge ol theCaro
lin.-i hotel. Mr. Brown will remain nt
kmk Hill until the first nf Jnuuarv and
will then go to Aslievillc where he will
nil the position ot night clerk III the
The meeting for young men ui the
Vounu Men's Christian Association to
night nt K o'clock will Ik-preparatory to
thesiri'ial liuvliugs whiih will Ih- held
by the assiKiation next week, the work
ol'pr.iyer lor young men. The meeting
will Ik- ltd by Mr. II. P. Andersen. Sub
i.et : " Preparing for n Revival." I'saluo.
I.XXXrt-l; His. X:1J: Mai. Ilhs
II, f. VI : 1-3. All men are cordially
II. C, Hunt, a prouiineut republican of
this city bus been appointed bv President
Harrison as a commissioni-r to select
and iippruisr lands ami improvements
thereon iu the ked Valley Indian agency,
California. He is also to Ik- siK-cial dis
bursing ngent. Mr. Hunt's bond is fixed
at IS.",. nun and his salarj will k SIOii
day with exKiises. HegiH to Wash
ington next week to make arrangements
tor iitwptiug the Hisiliou,
In the mayor's court this morning W.
A. CanipU-ll was lined Sol l lot carrying n
pisiol. He took nn npiwal to the crimi
nal court. Thomas Ashlon and W. A
I'aniplKll, who were arreted lora breacli
ol the pence nt the l-.ust ward polls Tui-s
day were fined So each. Thus. Tailor,
for throwing ii brick lit a bartender on
South Main street was bound over l
'he criminal court in bond ol S.'ai. i'ho
Nash anil lid. Jones lor a breach of ihi
ieace were fined each. RolK-rl Panon
and lieorge Krinolds. lor the smut
fence, were lined Ssl each.
IK-Mth at me uwn Much.
liillK-rt II. Moore died at the Glci R
hotel in I his coy this luoruiug of cou
smiipiioii. Hew-as III tears o age und
lived in Willuimsiioii. Pa. He hail I teen
at the I ilea Rock for six wei-ks and hud
Iktii suk during the entire lime. The
remains will lie inken to W illinmsiiorl
to-night by Ins miller, who was with
4nc. " -
ouToiti iHr''"!' ''".''''.k"? "nf n"v ,,,"",",' "r k "V ' ohtnlned from drivers and si
AHhevllle Ice & Coal Company.
Telephone tig. 36 and 40. No. 30 Pattou Avenue.
ELECTION WEEK !
Many oundidateH in the nY'Id. TIiohhiiihIs of excited inon
cuHt their Hiiffrape for tiieir favorite, but tlio women
IViny nominated by ai'clamation ujiwnnls of a yearaji'o
ami getting a Holiti vote from both perniniient and trail-
nient ladieH since he Iiiih no fear of being "minted" from
tlit position he no faithfully t'liltils, viz:
Me has better chiiniM for your Hiiffraire now limn ever.
and without disparaging others he can truthfully boast ol
the finest, most complete and by far the cheapest stock
ever presented to the ladies of this or any other section
Always alive to the interest of his patrons, as was so
lii'llllf it'ullr ilhwti'ii foil in tlu init'olm
i'..n., P, .r,B,raiicacii, naicM-Ariit, as Pattou Ave, Ashevllle.
prior to .Mr. .Mckinley s tantt and new ailditions to our "hiV,llHke,,,Mrmrn""re' t nnu
l-inen ami Cloak stocks from the houses who nufnrt.WiK
"."".""'".".'i rtMlnly lini-r the ussrtmeni 1 uliinlicd to vou.-a end or mull rrt.ur.1 ...
v ,,uvc i,ire.s win ni-eitiniiit.li tlilh.
UEST ANTHllAOITE COAL
HrHlent U'liiilesiilr ami Krliill Itr
ASIIKV II.Li: ICli AND COAL COMPANY,
Telephone 36 and 40.
I.ietusiw Aijcnis 1 liunii tle and Uli-ntni im- We.tem North Carolina
FRESH GOODS FOR A FRESH SEASON.
I. nowr.-S'.!,,,'i Z !.?'"Ja""jin nmv( '""I""'"' "'t hlyh Kra.l, liome.tle woolens
nately succumbed in last week's crash along Hrondway
Our buyer on the alert, bargains may lie e.x'tectcd. Linens
nli-eady here, Xo time to write, eat. sleen or nrtiv. Fiftv
WANAMAKER & DROWN
Menhant Tnllurs anil Clothiers.
LRWIH MA11DI X. I'm
I.. IV McLOl'U, Vice-errs
I. U. RANKIN. Cashier
lll'l- l-l'lll . Ill JlllVllTlfl III IJIMT MIOlMflll M Ull uu I Ik ,1 r .,... 1
- mil tr, l I'll- DllsCTnas: Lewla Mariil,,. VI I n.n..i , ., . . .
I . j ". i, ., raui. i. b. n i n i. a. Haw H Um..
Kent. uo. 8. 1'owell. C. M McLoud.
Ornird Mmv 1st, InHM.
CAPITAL. $50,(X)(. SU RPLUS.82(),(KK
male, County ailtl City Depository.
Hues a t'HersI Huiklne Busiuess Ueposiu m-elved UxehaiiiR bou.m uia r-.
lections made an all aecrsillile lnts. The MvlnK Fc.tnre will rrcrlrc special attentloB.
On all sams in this department, deposited for (nnr mourns or Innsrr. laterral at ih.
1 will, per annum w'lll DC palfl.
elusive prool who is the ladies favorite. Polls oM'ii early
and clow late at night. ote "early and -often" demo
crats, republicans, labor, free trade, high tariff. .Mug-
wump's or indceudeiit can vote hei-e; everv vote counts
and will be counted at this precinct. Come along and cast
your suffrage for your favorite.
Six hundred pairs of Foster's Lacing Kid (Moves given
IIWIIV to each Cllstoill.. fnc tH ..m.r Vn... i;.M .. -1 -V? . 1 " Mt"u- W,M Plsel ft.r Ion, n.c,
" in- 111 ii 111 nr .ii i i if- i aunauir icmii
Kids, drensed. undi-essed. long or short, buttoned or lacing
good or common, warranted or otherwise, black or color-
.,.1 , , .. .. ...1.. .. .1. rm . .
,,i, .ii "nimi itli-!-rs l Ills wei'K. I II1S tlCplHTnilMlt HOW
unr .Millinery Denai tiiient has new additinns. IXtrnm..
novemes unprocurable south of .New link can be found
iere. i he finest stock antl artistic trimmers, tfvwvtliin.,'
first-class. Our iHt department iioomiiur ni,Wu ',,i,4,,i
for two w-ecks. Henci if vou v.ant a ntvlisli Imt u-iflii,. ti...
Dpra from V s tn. to 3 p. in.
On Maturduy the Km tins: Iwnartmrat will benpratill a p.m
next month you had better leaveyour order now to insure
ir. nemeniDer The I'lace. the immense store on I'attoii
. venue, .o. I I
F. P. MIMNAUGH,
Hry liooils. Millinery anil Carpets.
CRAND OPERA HOUSE.
MONDAY, NOVKMHKR 10.
HI TI'llK l lill II v
.KOKf.K r. BONIPACK, JR.
MARKV W. RICH,
AND HER SUPERB COMEDY CO..
I'mler the Mitnnttriiirst nf
In her Hiirif.itil Cimirdy lirntnti,
NEW I0NG8, DANCES, CURTAIN SCENERY. AC.
eVfllB Mil Hlllc HI I. I' KfluiWa W.. 1
1'ilrrs. SI (Hi. ?ftc Alia. ..ml un.. n.....
a. i mm mi js on.
NO. 41 PATTON AVE.
Asheville's New and Hig En
terprise is Taking the
Iend in Low Prices
and Fine (ioods.
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
zi7 naywoofi street.
All WATER THOROI IiHLV FILTIiRlSD on Prrmtora.
Twenty-Hvr ye.r. 01 ttruetieal enptrtrnee, eoml.lnwl with pkshok.i, tlrstiun lo all .1.
tail of ,h lia.ini- .nil nencet rrHnucnient. f.r ei.RANLiNkss sl rrsire m all aoons
mamtlaeturen. enabh- the propnetor to present I., hi. n.imernn- -wtn-nm m aprrlor elan ol
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphon.
tlhiRer Ale and alltht rarioua n.rnra ol ROHAVATKM resriy , ahipmeat uu UrHR.
I free in City limit. ,lut ol town onlera mn.l have bk.pomu.,, m....
On the A. & H. Railroad, IJIrIH III ilea Houlh of Anhcvlll
ana Aajoliilnc; Vunderbllt Park.
Our Lamp Department Is
complete. Many elegant ar
ticles suitable for presents.
and in French China Dinner,
Tea, Ice Cream, Berry, Oat
meal, I'udding, Salad, Punch
and Tete-n-Tete Sets we have
an endless assortment. A
case of Japanese Plates going
at T-i per dozen. A bargain.
We will soon beirm to have
Special Bargain Days. This
will be a new feature for ns
all. lonieto the Palace of
Bartraina when desirinir to
a ... . " -r- -
uuy t lima. Ulasswai-e. Do lis
ana rresentsof all kinds.
THAO W. THRASH & CO.,
Crockery, (ilsaaware, l.smps, House Poml.h
ItiKi, etc., etc.
CRYSTAL PaUCE. 41 PATTON AVE,
X CAR LOADS
VV" '""kin ,f"r " I'laee for s home or nn Invraltiriil
why tlutl't you see ttlioiit
Th '?' '"""I water anil In iimii ynrlcty. I.ryrl luia
hui M) Prlivs will n- up mill u K.M'llil V.
TTB.NTIUN, MOKNB OtVNIIHt.
I have for anlr nn. vIIImm mr ...
huuuy and one two sealed oak Dnlahrri
Hiniahl, for one or two hnrtra- nil
nrnrly srw-nt the followInK prices, mpec
lively, $11.00, $115.00, $7I IHI.
II II 1-ATTRBHriN
Cor. Hillside nnd Ht Ml..
QIVBN AVS AV.
Kvrrv ln,lv hiivlntr hnl or 1,,,..., 111.
Mnlyburli,n1a for the tint trn rinva lil iJ
Klven a iTrfiet nttlna buatiur iwttim.
. TO THE LADIES OF ASHEVILLI I
Measrs. W. B, Willlsmntn Co.. leuueat
the pleaiurt of yoar company at their Art
Bihlhlt, ol Ih. Itaels aewlng Msrhla and
Its work, commenctna Tuesday Nor, 4, end
ing aatunUy $. 10 PATTON AVUNCII.
Divn annnt iiaitup
One Nlglit Only.
THl'RNDAV NIGHT, NOV. 6.
SHEPARO'S MODERN MINSTRELS.
liilrtHluelna 'or the (Int time here,
GILBERT AND SULLIVAN FIRST PART.
(asna's Yukohonta Trouiie of Japanese,
Hnunllerny Msdrlanl Boys, tlurdner llrolh
era and Ihe Cnmetllans, Hurt Hhei-nnl. Lew
Hawkins, Itddlr Mnitn. John T. Keraan, B.
GRAND STREET PARADE ABOUT 1 30 P. M.
Prices, tl.INI, Tflc., 0c. and ilDe. Boies,
$A.O0 and $.00,
Heats aa sale at J. P, aaryrr's, In Patloa
Oold. Wlver, Ivory. Oak, out and Comlil
nation Munlrilnvs. Also Room Moulillnm.
Hleturra Matted, Mounted and Prnmed at
loweat prices snd work guaranteed. Kngrav
ln. I'alntlnaa snd l.oeal Views always on
a N. main ., AsIictIIIc.
anr 1 a d
Improved and unimproved real estate, both
huslnna and naldenes property! any kind,
any price. In any part of thedty. FARMING
AND Ml NINO LANIlH
U houses a rooms, a houses T rooms, I
house 14 rooms, I house 11 rooms, 1 bouse
1 3 rooma furnished. Wanted-ervcral rooms
for a-rntlemen nrnr square.
I mske a aieelalty of renting property and
collecting rents. If you are looking fur
nnuae, eoasult my hnllAIn If your house
Is vacant and you want a tenant, list It with
w. No tennnt, no charm.
C. F. RAY, .
..Pt.a da""' Ktal Attt-
Terra Cotta, by thcCaafc
or lu any Quantity.
C. E. MOODY,
Office No. 30 Pattou Avenue.
TKI.BI'HDNU NO. 441.
Yard and Warenunia. near beput.
OTIS A. MILLER, r,..
Tke Train o..l M ..o A. M.-yHr a Ce..ta-Or Driv. Honlh Nllea.
l" Kl TI.UItr.K. in,. Ai-ent, aa Pntion Ave.
HOTELS ARMOND-HOTEL BONNYCREST
SKYLAND MINERAL SPRINGS, N. C.
KIKhl nne. ftoutb of A.hcville, 0.1 the A. S. R.llrosirt.
New hotels, new cottages, new furnlturv, beautllul in.,-r. n,.i .
48 MINERAL SPR1 Nir.Q
White Sulphur, Alum. Mameala. Iron and Hi..om. Tho. aUki.. kTfi.ir... ... .
Tt.Vn.Wb!i.m,, ' T,",,,'" ,"W",,, tn"n'Hi 'Wnk "-"
E. A. LcVENE,
Anheville, N. C.
Near Fatscna;cr Depot.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
...... WH amisisj in tan fliniia m SlllMtU
Door, (iaab, Bllndt), MouIdlnKa, Btalrwork, IWanteta, Bank
and Bar Ktxturea, and all kind of Bulldlmr Mafrrl.i.
Hard Wood Lumber Wnrb a anin,
Trlcptioiitt Mo. a6.
Buy Lindaey'a Guide Book
ATA LIVELY RATE
Men's Units from $4 to $311.
Boy's Hultsfrom $1 80 to $111.
Men's Overcoats from $a.fiu to $ao.
Bov's Overcoats from $l.TI to 117,110.
-cent's furnishings- Ashcville, N. C.
Ofaae sort for mea or boys.
SCHLIT'S MILWAUKEE BEER.
Celebrated the World Over for Its Purity.
Wf llasl I tn sal -. 1 '
... w 1 'u ui incrny unr OWD HOltllllf HI DO ft DttT At
ONE DOLLAR PER DOZEN.
.ll't'lme" V'HrTRA.B'&.RTlM'" ""r",W
THK LKAnixn '
WINE AND .. LIOVOR STnnn
IN TIIK STATE.
FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.
I AIM ia a as...
J. 4. ataonsnr. a...... I WU. 43 5. MAIH ST.. ASHEVILLE, W. C
BRICK. BRICK. nnirir
FOR SALE BV.....
BUNCOMBE BRICK & TILE COMPANY,
P. O. Box 426.
TP.UNKI, IHOEI AND UMBRELLAS. Dr. B. F. ArHllfftOII.
Jk aTk aa I '
U. U. ULAN lull & CO.,
wboicmic and Retail,
No. West Court Square,
ASHEVILLE, N. C,
a aad 8S0 West Baltimore Street, altl
Pllllna teeth a aneel.H. .Ian ,nIm hu.
eaMd iiinii. and all dlwaac. jiertalnlng to
1 in. ,m. ti wturr umrf rOOUM on I M t
.un ana.., VTtT SHHr m
W. H. As WILLIAMS,
MATTRESS MAKER & UPHOLSTERER
Cor. Uasie aad Valley atrMla,
$MlmCa?u" B0 Mo" ai.ttMS.
n 00. Wnale a uck mattrm, $2 on. straw
m.ttrr,., cotton top, $1 78 lUlr mattre.
mlth's drM:T ?uSiSraSS! "