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THE A8HEV1LLU DAILY CITlZiiN.
Monday Evening, December 31, 1894,
"THE FULNESS OF
Uev. Dr. ( amiibfUV Sermon
First l'rvisb terluu.
At the First rresbvterian chuicb vi s
teniae, Her. R. F. Camplicll pruuKd
from Gulatians IV, 4:5:
But whrn the fulncaa of the tilut was 1-0111-.
God Mnt lorth his suit. niu-U- ot a woman, ina.l,
under the law. to rclrriu llirm tint w.-re utnU r
the law, thtit we might revive Uic ihUUioii ot
Mr. Cumpbtll said: "Tin- tix. dtvidt
itwli, naturally, into three beads: tic
time, the form imd tLe purpose !' tW
coming ol Christ. As to the time, it is
said in tbc text, 'When the lulm-ss i,l i hi
time was come, Cod sent furtli his son.'
We must remember that God's proavs. s
ate slow iruceMS, that to him n thou-
and Years are but as a day. A Sivior
was promised to the raee ol men in the
Garden ol Bden, but ,t'HO vears, at t ir
very lowest computation, passwl lulori
birth ol Christ. Itut duriii all tins
years God was wotkin towards tli .
great end working out hi pl.in ol re
demption for fallen man. This pn par. i
tioti was made aloni; tunc lines all con
versing towards one p lint, 'the fiillm
of time.' These three lines were: tin
preparation of the gospel ll'r man. tl t
preparation of man lor the gospel ami.
the tacilities for bringing the g ispil a -id
man together. To prcp.ue the g'spil
for man, bod set apart the descend nil
of one man, mid revealed hims l! unl
them. He kept the lewish taee, tin
chosen people, a separate nation. For
this thev were kept in bondage uniii
thev bad become a nation in tiz bin
without the laws, customs an
institutions of n nation. T lien
Moses led them forth into the wildei-
ness. Their country, I'alestiuc, from
its geographical situation, ami the"
religion and national institution'. stil
kept them a nation separated 1,-oin all
others. God diil this that the sn-ils
the true religion might not be ,-h.ik
out by the tares of politl.eis'ii ami
heathen superstition. As a nation tln
ever looked forward to a Savior, n de
liverer. Moses, oshua, the Judges wi-r
all deliverers and tvpes ol Jesus. In tin ii
religious rites, ceremonies and s icrilieei
were tvpihed the divine tacritice. lla
expiation of sin. Thev were p. ctilt.it 1 1
a religious nation aitd their proiilut:
und psaltnisis were preparing the gospe
of i he old testament under the Divine
In tlie meantime, tniil prcparcil man
for the Gospel. Aiming the oilier n.i
turns dillercnt wavs hail been tried to
satistv the yearnings of the soul. Kit
ua'inn had been tried, and proved a lad
ti-c: art and phil isopliv hadb.cn trail
Tht Greeks brought art to, perhaps, th
highest point it has ever nilain.,1. and
their philosophers, Plato, S iciaus
Aristotle, studied and wrote, but sii
the Greek nation was given over to tin
grossest licentiousness. Tf-cillcr I 'tin
soaked in the philosophy of tin-
said: 'It theie is a God be is unknowa
ble, and the greatest gilt to in in is the
power to take his own lite. The litera
ture id the years just belore the c uiiinu:
of Christ, till betokens a yeanling In
something higher mid belter. Siik
there arc men todav who sav, it you will
give to men a high culture and sn i -round
them with beaulilul thirgs
thev will be good and hapiiv. The I n
get that the experiment has In en tri.il
and tailed. National unity had
tried among the Romans, who h ad per
haps the in st complete political sisuin
ever known, and laded. The loni;i' s
were sunken iu cruelty and wickedniss
The dispersion ol the evs, '.vim were
now colonized here and there among all
the nations, setting up I heir svn.ig.'gms,
teaching the one God and making pr-s -lvtes,
helped to prepare the way; man
was ready for the gospel, the 'luiness ol
lime had come.' 15iH to cmliodv the gos
pel a language was necessary ami th
bcautiltil Greek language, picp.ue-l
through the ages of Greek c tit lire ami
philosophy, and especially the dialect
spoken at Alexandria, was ready to car
ry the gospel to all nations.
"Then God sent his son into the world,
the son ol God, but born of a woman
that he might sutler the iuhrmiliis ol hu
manity, born under the law tint he
might redeem those born under the law.
Let us 'stand last, therefore, in the liber
ty wherewith Christ hath made us Inc.
and be not entangled again willi the
yoke of bondage.'
"And if there arc nnv here who li.ivi
not accepted the redemption ol 'C In it
Jesus, will they not this dnv receive lm
adoption of sons ol Gad .'"
iioitun iikiiim) viii; ii.i.i..
Washington. Dec SI Forecast till &
). in. Tuesday: .'now oiv; fair Tues
day; cooler, uurllieny ivmis.
On New V ear's dav (.tomorrow) Sun-
lav hours will be observed at't he poi'.-
Mis V. A. Bluir is resting more con -
Ion ably today than she has for eevcrnl
A no. iil.i r of skaters were out on Cuiit.
Cocke s pond near Depot street oatur-
lay eienii g.
S a i .ii g photographs of the principals
in ti e '.ui.ndo are disvlayed in several
of the city sluw windows.
The final rehearsal of Mikado will oc
cur t Ins evening in tne opcru nuuse, aim
the 1 adding will be healed.
Theie is no d inger ol n conl laroiic.
I' he Asiicvillc Ice and Coal company
done hi.s about ll'UU tons of coal on
IV THE PROCESSION.
Snapshots no the People Tome In limine
ot tne Kodak.
T. C. Nee W is down from Hendeison
ville. Char. A. Weh'i, esq., h is returned
II C. Glayor of Columbi i it at the
S. II. Chedistir and wife have rctunud
from u visit to relatives at S iltsbury.
MitC--riir Divis ol WHym svilie is
vn-i ing liiend-i ut the Commercial hottl.
Mr. ;,nd Mrs G Imcr llrcn:z -r have
re tu me 1 1,-om a visit to Smilhlield, N C.
Malinger McKissick of It utcrv I'm k
is back fioru a short S mlh Carolina trip.
A. M. Baldwin left today lor Rich
mond, V.I., wheie h-- will accept a por
tion. S. G Bonis and f unity left Asheville
Saluul ly tor Philadelphia, their luture
II. u wo,. d Parker, c: t , has tetunud
liom a visit to his old home at K afield,
Sjl 1 host lor presents, evcrlast
JS. inj; remimlers. H ive you con
Mileieil w uat jiooil sense ns well
joi il taste can bv shown tl) is
se;'..-.oii by selecting presents
, useful a nil unpei ish
them for you.
i X c.
There I. nve li.cn several applications Drown, cki . returned today
at City Hall today Irom the poor lut i ,ri,m n holid tv trin tu his) old home n,
coal, in eaen instance tneir wains win
l'n iswolit's "l iicle Tom's Cabin" com
pany closed us engagcimntat the Grand
peia house hatu.iiay evening to a smar
Fine sp.einnr.s of swan and wild geese,
the hr.t s in to Asluville, are to be siet,
at ti e stall oi Geo. N. Ives c Son, No. 17
Mi-s Mabel Woollen ol Atlantic Citv,
N'. J ., ilie.l heic this nioi ning ol consutii -iiou
ller rinriiiis weie taken o ti t
i, hi home lor interment.
: liPcC FU LY-
W. B. WILLIAMSON &CO.,
t-fitN i in , ttHi'ian. iir
Tho i M'ol'tho Mate AliolNlu-.l In lln
( It v SebooN,
la its iMiiic t)f D.ccmbi-r 9 Harper's
Weekly Says: "Word comes from Boston
that the slate has gone forever from the
public schools ol th.it town. Paper end
Und pencil have taken its place. Tin
Transcript thinks that this action settles
tlu- slate's destiny, and that the creak ol
its pencil cannot long survive intheniori
enlightened districts ol the t'liited States.
Boston's notions of education, it says,
are promptly copied, and wherever Hie
patent desk and normal tencher g-J. i he
paper pad will follow and drive the s ate
In this case, certainly, Boston is 'way
behind. Slates wire nbolished from the
citv schools ol Asheville at the bcgiuiiiu.
ol last cession.
At't-.ilion is dvected to the new ndver-umip.-iii
in I in; Cn'izi:N tnd ly of tin
aew Yi una bakery, C C. Paul, propiie
(or, on north Court Place.
'I Southern railway will eclebrnti !
New War hv aiitiulling all through ami
local Plight trains on the lines inlO
Asheville, until -I all! Wednesday mori.-j
A veiy pleasant lime was spent bv
ill nit a dozen couples at a dunce giv.nl
Saturday evening at the resilience ol Mr j
nl Mrs l.awrcaee I'.McLotid, IS Bear-!
den avenue. J
Ii. Colli ii, auctioneer, s dd at the court
house todav lor Geo. A.Shuford, trustee, j
a lot on the wist side of Park avenue,:
(oxl vi feet, with the residence thereon, :
io jary A. Pence for $SUO.
The icsuU of C. A. Kaysor's full on n ,
slick pavement S.ituiilav was a ruptute j
.,1 the bg iinents of the wrist. Dr. Chas ;
S. J rd.iu savs the victim ol the accident !
will not be able to use t he arm for two
You w ill enjoy it and the Library and
Flower Mission will profit by it il you
attend the production f the "Mikado"
it the Oand opera home tomorrow
evening, Street cars will tun alter the
The will known Model Steam laundry,
on Church street, has a new advertise
in nt in today's Citizkn. New machinery
lias iccently been added to the laundry's
. ipii. iiii-nl, making it still Metier pre
pared to turn out good work.
Pio'. 1. S. Dickey's Sunday school
class at the First Baptist yesterday paid
their teacher a pretty compliment, by
pre.anliiv,' to hull n gold-tiptied uni
on lla, ivaleticing their appreciation ol
h:s v 1 1 k . The pi est ntation speech was
innile by . K, Patterson.
Manager John M.Stoncr of the Racket
store h It this afternoon for Silver Hill,
S.C , in response to news of the death ol
h s bi oiher, J imes I. S'oner, of pneumo
nia. His brother, I.ee Stoncr, who enme
here u-ciiitlv to spend a month, left with
him t attend the liii.cral.
Win. Turner, auctioneer, sold today j
f .r W. VY. tones, trustee, a tract of land 1
-in the si. nth side of the Swannnnoa
river in Y mug's cove, known asthe Wal-t-,n
trae'., and adjoining lands of Young,
Calvin I'.itton nudolheis W. B. lterrv
va the purchaser, the price paid being
.s 11 si I.
N i I 1, Phillips, the popular business
m oi igir of A Y. I'earson's theatrical
ei terpns.s, who has been sojourning at
V hivnlc lor tne last month, is aoout
leaving on an extended tourol inspection
d Ins various enterprises. He will return
early in February and will probably
make this city his general headquarters
M. Shertii in was givm into the hands
o' Deputy slu rill F. M. Jones Saturday
ificnioon by his bondsman, but latei
gave another bond in the sum of $750
del ire u Ige Jones ol the Criminal court,
lor bis appearance from day to day.
awaiting the arrival of the decision ol
i he Supreme court in Sherman's case
P. C. Mclntire, whose case is identical
with that of Sherman, is still out on
Henry K. Km x. u Cliail ittc hydraulic
engineer, is up on business, staying at
YV C Smith and V. U. Bridges ol
lYashiiiLtoti City arc nmong the Swnn
I'. K. zenaiir of Baltimore and John F.
Mal.ituy i f Richiuond are slain g at
i tie Hole I Berkeley.
Hunter Arnold of Washington, who
tins ill de mat y Irienils in Asheville on
visits for several yeais past, is again in
i lie city.
Miss Mry Wilson lias rctunud from
an ix'emleil visit o Irienils and iel:me
in Nca Yorkci'v, Bibimoie und points
ni Y'igii.i i. j
Mi-is livilui Lukiimn, iiltct t-punling
Cliuslm is ut b r htiire in this eounlv. I
e' il mil today to the State Noim d at ; Slll'lk il')i j (
II li,,fll,' IO.
Mi-ses Fitzgirald mid Wtndiufl ol
K'u xvd e and Miss Mi ler of Louisville
comiosea paity of attr.utive young
laities fct aying at Hitiuv Park.
Profs. Tighe and Millwainc of the
Asheville city ndiools, who have been
spending the holidays lit llampdcn-Std-n-.y,
V.i., (mixed home this iifiernoon.
j 'Ih is. J. Muriay, who conducts the
' House cuic nt Wnsliington, and who
! spint i vend days nt Balteiy I'm k. nc
eoinpmicd bv Mrs. Murray, It-It lor tin
' iia'ional capital ytsterday.
i Rev. L. II Baldwin, firniirly pastor ol ;
: Soutl-side Presbyttrian chinch here, is I
i n i on a visit from lidgelicld, S. C , and '
his hin t of friends are glad to get a band
shake I om Li in once again. i
! W. K. King, 1' S N, well k .own in '
, Asheville, wtxte he lived a few vears ago, !
is here I-t a wi'iV.vi-iting Dr. S. Westrav !
Battle. Mr. King is now commandant ;
! ol cadets at the Chcltethtm Military I
I academy at Ogaml, Pn. '
1 6 1'i.rioM
A.SiHi Ml I I , N, V.
The Wliitlock Clotliin
1C son Ii MAI?
PRICKS THIS WIC K.
S HO ' O'HU tl -I
unl iii ickint(!Kl
CAPE COATS, ULSTERS AND OVERCOATS
nni im -i-i- x mri-,
For liicn in il
as tH W' el.
' LV ' Slit
1 1 lll'.' S
ri tlic city. Busiiii'ss
s iits. at prii'i'w no v cr ho low
PrcU.v, I'n'njuc and Nr;v, Fancy
Citveiits, Stuiulntd ami l aucy, trench camly
iu one ami cue half pound Busts. New crop
Nuts, mixed, iscttilh twr doudiI. Knisius ftum
ni ctnts up. rerltctly cleaut d cut ru ills iubulk.
xtru fine, in Ihjxcs, for 1j cents per pound
Layer Fins 10 cents, 15 aud cents per pound.
The A ugmi ltraud California Utled Prums, 10
nt- per pound. Apticets, :5c. lit. Call for hil
er riuues. You will le pWsetl willt the price.
raii.iita-. Apples, Oranses, I'enrs, Craulert ie.
.Hid j" poutuls of urainilated Suar tu swettm
t one dollar. New Orleans nicuissis I10111
io ,.t rents pr k;'!ou. Hams Irom 11 i to
cents per pound llacun, s' i cents per pound
The N. K. I'aii bank Co 's ('.olden CcltoUne, u
cents per pound. White I.ahel Tme I.t al I.ard.
10 cents per iouml. Armour Brand Compound.
' ctnts per pound. James D. Mhsuii & Co.'n
CeU Uraled Cream I.unch Biscuits, 10 cents m
Miund. Soda Ciackers. XXX, 7 cents per pound.
Fine French Cittidieh, from is to 50 cents pi 1
pound. Try Alakunu, very nice. 5 cents each.
Stick Candy, pure, iec. pound, (.rod Hrt ad by
usiiuihneKti Flour. Candy. Tos atul Fiu'ts.
.'o lb-. Slixar, i (jo; iJ. lbs., 5ic -l1; lbs ,
W. J. FOSTELL,
v t39 College Street
Wlilt 1111111 llronulil Itiii-k, ,
j A. S. Whitman, wnntiil lure on a)
1 cliLiri' ol I., I -i' picu-ncc, u lio mule n. Ii j
'i linn! light iiijiiinHt rxtrmtition in llu'j
I l. Iiii' iyo c oirts, win hrotilit hrri' is-jtioil.-iv
liy Stitvial Olficrr H. C. ,ons,
! ami w ik coin. 1 ittcil to nwwit n ht-nt iti
1 Ii Ion-Jmticc 1-rank Cnrtir. Wbitinan
i h is iiliiinnl Cl'iin. A Moon' 111 cotni'il.
Aiticli s For
1 Mr. i iiiiilci'lillt Arrive".
i Cn'o. W. Vimdorbilt, nccompanieJ lor n
! i.ri.tt- 1 ( trli.M.la iirriwn.l r t llil,,,,r,r . i
pt'tiii somi', satins, coi'i's. ;i
tcrilay nfur loon, anil will
time on the t-st itc.
IIumIiioh Collcur Day ninl lulil
Tht IKiv s.li nil i,l ri-suin- work on
Inr.uarv Hail, tbc Nilit school on the
7th. Call ut once lor terms and oilier
information. Satolaclion oariuitccil
to all minted working Kiiiili-nls.
The nu'lit school will hut :i niouilis,
1 the 1l.1v si-hool runs nil the ve.,r.
gl'lTK A CON I HAST.
Tli t'lilckncMa of Moili l'li Tnivi l on
tilt' (il'l'llt lli'op.
How great have been the improve
ments on ocean travel aimo 1S19, wlier.
the Savannah, the tirst uli-iim.il, ip to
crova the Atlantic, left S.iv.i'oi-ih, O.i.,
on Ma; 25, and took up 211 days in the
trip to Liverpool! The contrast is
shown very strikinulv hv " recent ii
stance. Mrs. John A. Murdoch ot tin
city sailed from New York on a certain
date, mailed a letter up ni arrival nt
Oinensiown, nnd that letter was n
ceived by Mr. Murdoch lure in Aslu-vill,
13 duvs alter his wife sailed Irom New
York. That included two trips nc-nss
the Atlantic nnd a trip bv rail Irom New
York to Asheville, a distance ol over
J. W. Schartle vill make winter uiis
at cost lor lac next two months.
In lln'oiil. Mlk. a ii .", silver nnd otli' v in ittTi ils, mir.s,,,H
eapi i'inl fii'i' 'lis. II m il .i rcliii l's i:din r ipitlly, bo.-t and
pivtti st in th'1 c ty. (' ii-luii 'v and silk mi'lllcrs, riiks,
wo"k, u nhtcllas, liicc cnrtiiuis.
Pi id. linens in wtB
tl un ;t-k
ipidts mil lil.nilti s. (li',t re hid iom in what
is left of oiij es, i'oa.t.s1i'.il Miil.s, ii ire.s cut about If n If . New
8 ihii itely,
1 1 i'i: tvis.
stork geut'i'iii' n's ' i
nlhii's, sliicts, liaif-lioseand gloves
r ti c session of the Grind I,-j Ii!i' of ,
Ino: - it Knlei);li (he Southern rail-
way v. . 1 mII tickets Jann try li to 11 in-1
cliisiiv, li.nitcd to 10. at $11. I
37 South Main St.
Aslicville, X. C.
Sic nil 1 1
Iljnnuzi Wine & l.'iitor
CHICAIIO. Dr.. o Wllral. Il.c
lire I'urk. J ii tl.. n ji's lird.
Kilw, pill.. jn.
Fresli Cc mil ec 1 Goods
We have n ioni lite s:
t'o All l-.itr.ni-. oi
Tea and Collec Store
Reliabilily ithe won! tut the Ntw Year.
I'ist .It-lni o Lninti; bi-st .b-!liro PouusMo Nnt.
Antiii'iK it", all sizes, in car lots or Iobh. Our mert-euinir
u-ilitics pu iranteo dean c-oal to the pun-htii-er.
ASHEVILLE ICK & COAL CO ,
Tl I.I I'IIOM; 36 40.
OI.-KICK. 3J It ,. PATTON AVK
Hi ! Hi ! Hi ! There !
wi; call York
l'o the shoe leathers ilis-l ivid in onr window. Weli ivelhe finest linf of FALL
and WIN 'I 1-IK tjooils ucr shown In Ashevi'le nt prices to suit every one.
NO t COl'RT eglUHE
In the shell or by measure. I'atiir il tine liavor.
Shell dams. Lare oysters fur frying, 40c.
aiul soe. per ijunrl. Newborn oysters, 25c. per
J. F. MILLER.
HTAI.t.N I. tic IS, CITV MARKET.
What's the Use to Pay Hiiih Prices Fo' Your
A Happy Hew Year Christ 111 as Presents
When you can lny the same jjooils of us I'm less money than elsewhere, and sve
that 111 itch ? We have 11 nice line ol new Hold melt chain, gold hearts, watches
mild sp.'ctaeli's, ami a Rood ass.irtimnt of s'.cilir.i; silver novelties. New goods
coniii'K in ivi'iv day till Cloi tnuis, anil uu,lieing sold tit lowest prices.
NKW Vork, Ure. Jl. Hnr. io, Clilct;o Aiul
Niirlllwestern ,7' ; Like Shore, l.i.i; Nutfolk
qml Vt'ehlertl is1 kiclitiiitn1 ainl Wrt fnint
Ti-rnilnHl - Western t'nion, s:; Soutlierii,
10; Southern I'relem-d. ,v
si Com. I ,,
Jmi , on1); j Cherries.
t Ikrn and Tomiiloi s.
(Inked lie. 11s,
J Clo.-l-.rim .
Kvv.J. V. Lvnch of Danville, Ky.,
preached nt the First Baptist church
vesterilav tnornini: and cveninu, his sub
j i ts heiiiK respectively "Thy Kingdom 1 imckn ..
t.iinic and ''Mnrv, the Motherof lesus." , Hotutuen. sweet
Nlr. Lynch is an elegant, logical, lorcihh
socaker, and both sermons made tine
impressions upon his congregation. Il
had phinned to go south this morning
lint gave up the idea and will probahli
spend the week here.
The cold snap brought the usual com
plcinent of frozen pipes and a conseiuent
rush nl business among the plumbers. Ii
i-i estimated that the cost of the work o'
r, p iirinj; pipes will amount to $150(1 or
JliiKMl. To show the amount of leakage
bv reason of burst pipes, Waterworks
Superintendent Murray tellsTnu Citizen
t hut two pumps at the station, running
all day Saturday, could not pump a sur
plus into the s'andpipe.
The formation of a Methodist Protes
tant cnwiiation in Asheville seems tr
Imve Ik-cii uiveti up nt present. It was
th.-iiht tluit this congregation would
liikcclmi'Kcof the 1'iist M, B. church,
nt the eon cr of Haywood and Buttrick
streets. Inn the property has not passed
into the M. I'.'s hands. It was sold
i:niu Saturdav nnd was purchased bi
II. S. Ilttrl ins of Asheville and S V
Pickens of Hendersonvil'e l heconside ra
ti n was $2.1(10.
Correcteu ilntly by I'owell A Snuler. whole.inle
nn.l retHil Krivefs. These tihceimrtf lietnu pHitl
l,y the mercrwuu of Ihe city Iclny :
I A -1111 an us,
Tl 111 itoi-s.
I Devilled Cral.
i'liees verv In
I JS '
The Will m
Most " CP Up
Perfect fep I
Lamp J I Sinole'
jin the yjT A Clear
Market, dS Bright Light
w Iojj AppU'H t yn'tt.o
ii Applr. tit led .....va
.'laft io rinniikitin, CHCh .10
. i.somo llreitwai, per lb 20
..... j Hniiev 10
I'otHtovM lrih..,.4u to .so Whcnt ft
Turnip!) ,vi(t4i Corn 45
Onion? .".j Mt-nl 45
Cattt'HKr, per lb JOat 40
Menus, per lm. i 001.15, Kye 6$
HmH , 75 Hay, per ton 1700
Curitntitft iCeterv. pr dot. ..7(1640
INUHX TO NKW ADVEKTISHMKNl'S.
Nollc-W II IViilaiid
Nulice C C Punt 4
I.osi CitiFcn office 4
Notice-Uinx A Wtl.b 4
U'nnltd l itUt n dtTice 4
STHteriiI, Rlointwrg 1
v Happy New Year Hudson 4
Nulice I'fttnons Cloth In c Himw 4
To llniiHr'kvi pvrx Modi-i I.auiulry 4
I .udich' Vests -J A Porttr, AsMKiite 2
knval Ciiinpliorline-HHywir (t Wni Ii 1
Hut er' Mnitiiznie-Hiirpr K ltiiihci ,
Unntnl" Mackenzie 'al1unal Uctectivc
'IIIF liottKrot No wins the net of fiirnt-
lure Riven nway ty The Famous Cluthinn
AN eipvriencedtfituurnphet nnd mood office
ni. in with lieHt rrfercf.ceN, wants tiotitiuu.
LOT Verterday littweeil Mpi"tMpat church
and Helnitsh tk HrajiU Unix store, a
lortoiso shell Lorttuetle-u h k''m-'. bull
able rcwurii by ItavitiK at L'Uiif 11 office
1HR Tfjiulnr an mini meeting of the utock
holders ot 'litis bank will be he d at the
hankinv house on fuesdny, January Mh, bv.
'ween the hours ol ion m aud 12 in.
W. H. I'KNLANP,
n3idjl-fl Cashier The Hirst National Hunk.
Y act as
THE ROYAL LAMP
Cloiiog out qf CroclttrylHiid cNussware.
Great rtdnctfon in prict.
TKIi KelUlile men in everv caitintv to
ol iim fvtrrfaminHentit nnil flite.-lal nrlonf
rlifctiveii, no experience neeisMiry. Kend
piHinpi hit pnriiciiiiirH, Kcicreiiccs iven aim
MACKliNZIK NATIONAL IJHTKCTIVE
ACiKNCV, Los AllKtles, Calllornlii,
N AKTK'LK llmi tins been until lor four
IhouHmiti ymr or more, ceordiDK to
ine reeorni oi me ages, aud yet it is iuit
aa lrh Dili alter noou 11a It wui the Brat rime it
was made bread to get It go to the
51 Colleiie Street.
'l'O whom It may concern. Notice Ii hcrrl.y
alven thai on the ml day or February, is,)v
application will be made to Hon. Kilns Carr,
1 lover nor ol North Carolina, Tor a coniiniilnlion
to lile Imprlinnmentof the aentenee of Henry
Webb, who waa convicted of the crime ot mur
d r In Srst degree at Ihe October term ol Hun
combe Criminal court, and la now under aeti
tenceof drnlh. to lie hanxed on the nth day at
March, 1S9S. Thit jut day of December,
lM. CHAS. A W'KBU,
J II, COOI'KH,
dit Attorneys for Henry U'ebb.
Having opened s Bakery at il North Court
Square, where I am prepared Io do everything
In my lint. I will be pesstd to have ill my
trleudi tad tht public (enerally five me it
Itaat put or their patronage, I was the baker
for tht French Bakery tor year tad a half, and
tht people need no better procfai to the quality
faykraad. Ktapttthdly .
(.ANXl.il MliAi p,
3C3 SOUTH MAIN
AI.I. K1NHS. KK.Sl'IX'l l l l.l.V
3T TELEPHONE NO.
T IT? Tt -i f "r k -r cr r-. -y J?-r C 1 1
Kindling Wood, Hard and Soft Goal,
Stove Wood and Coke. Agent lor New Home Sewing Muiiiiuci.
Bcalu, Hiuela aud Frames Made of Notlh enroll us Wooik
C. E. MOODY,
No .M N Cunt ium-
IWu porn led t'enrn
1'runcN, l'lKS 4'lli'un.
T. J. REVELL
30 N. MAIN ST.
Everytliliitt" in Alrn'a Funilshiiias.
The Hnrdest liituminnus Conl in the South ii i;i . n
up to be the trcttuine Jellioo Coal.
(Ami Thoroughly Soreciu'd mid Forked.
Prnnpt Delivery Cloan Conl.
Coke, (ilia, Furnace, Anthrncito.
Trial Order and j ou will be our customer.
CAKOUNA COAL, COMPANY, 23 l'ntton Ave.
'Phone, No. 130.
YOU CAN BUY AT
22 Patton Ave.:
Aiiiiuiii 's While Luliel xA I.nril,
I'.iirliiink's (iiililen Cuttolene,
lir.'iniil.'ileil Sni;ar, l'J I lis. tor
1.1(1 White Oil.
Pratt' Aatrnl Oil,
Tellieo I'hi'.ir, per 10i) His.,
I'i ni.e, Hntes it rid Curr.-iiils,
lies'. I'. man m,
Dv iimraieil Apples,
II st C renin (.'tieis-.',
Maple Syr up, per trillion,
Maple Svrup, per (j Knllou,
Maple Svtii'i, mr ipntrt,
"ti. k wheat Flour, per Hi.,
OlRi-tgtAm. P, L. COWANi THK jeHftKLER
THE BUNCOMBE HALL !
48 Fou.lt P3h1ii S'rcet, shtville.
I'UKB I)()M1-:STIG AND IMI'OKTUU
Wines, Liquors, Ales and Beers,
Best Cigars and Tobacoos
Cooper Old Corn and Rye Whiskey
From my Trunsylvanla dUtltlery. No adulteratiun.
. G. EAWHURTOTM, Prop.
I'. O. Iloi 3.13
Ne. mill Lie. : i
Sr. nnd U'lje.
inc. do. r ; - - -
Tik pluinc No. Sill.
The "Old Reliable"
Mt. I.ntilic Swain l.nitil having tioulit
tip all tlircluhnsnnaiust Grant's l'harm
avy Included lu the deed In lnit and
lite tnintfts having reRitlaily sold, trans
It rr'd and conveyed the entire stock of
Hi Hid. In her, she in now the sole owner,
aud'un hy ropeet fill' y HolicitH of the
ptil die a continuance of that
ttal p.itrut.ae which this Kp!ar phar
macy has in;Mycd for many yenrs.
The Prescription Department is a Spe
In the Imsluess ol thin pharmacy, aud is
iu charge of n thorouttlily competent,
IhoroiiKhty posted, expert phnnuncist of
tunny yenrs' practical experience. 1're
. acrpltioiiH ate carefully comiwunded nt
reasonable prlcei, from pure, fresh dru?s
mid cheiuicnls, niomilactured nt the lend
iiiK lalrorutories of thin country nnd Hur
ope. A full nnd vnried stock of patent
medicines, dniKKiKtH' sundries, perfum
eries, aud toilet articles always on hand.
B. P. STEELE, Mgr
THE IMPERIAL TRIO,
VIollulX. I'ARIS CONHliKVATORV.
CIIARI.Kfl I,. BCHARHKK,
Pianist, FRANKFORT C0N8KRVAT0KV
8IUNISV D, TAYLOR,
'Cclllat BRUUBUbS C0N8KRVAT0RV,
Will open a atndlo at 71 Orange afreet, Aahe
vlllc. on Srptrmher the ut and will now recclrt
...v. u., ovjic-n,in: inc ib, 111111,111 HOW rVCCITT
tipllcationa for Ihe following hranchea : Violin,
lola, cello, piano, organ, tinning, harmony.
..jvni uui, ricuvn miu ucrmau language.
Unden the Sun.
The words of Solomon
won't IH now, We've
11 new thing in Liiun-d.-rlni;,
r.1,1: notion lloli-a. Do
you Hfe (lie udviiiitHKe'.'
Tiy our "new wiiy.
Asheville - Steam - Laundry,
sit. 4.i wi.nr ( oi.i.i:;i-: ntrkkt,:
MAX MAI'CL'S, Manajrtr.
i.'nlel Berkley, 19 Fatlon Ai3.
Suitable Presents For Gentlemen In
Silk SusiH iiili'rs,
Full llrcss titul (.'nlnriil Sliirt?
Towni'S nnd I'errin Gloves,
Nik lit Holies,
Kaiser Collnrs and CufTa,
Wc witli to call your attention to our new Stiain Mangle, one ,1 . -i I,
anil lust niailc, 11111' von eati now have vour talile anil bed linen latindrit 1
mui li bitter and at more reasonable rate tlutn rver liil'ite. To show you now
rnueh nicer Rimtl Steatt. Mangle work is than wlmt von have been accustomed tu
we tntikc you the Inlhwinj; oll'ir : We will liiu-uli r Ine i,l rlinri-e
a TABLE CLOTHS
AMD e TABLE NAPKINS
Provided you send the yooils to the laundry either January 1st or 2nd, and tend
for them on I'ridnv or Satm day. On Ttusilav, January 1st, we invite all hi'tite
kccpcri nnd other interested uarties to vi-it our laundry nnd ice how the work is
done, Hv doinjr this you will (jive u (in opportunity to show you how carefully
we bundle your iood nnd that thev will not be injured il' sent to the
Something Useful as Well as Ornamental For Desirable Christmas Presents.
ForjInstance a RUG. I Have all Kinds nntl Sizes,
OraBISSELL'S CARPET QWEEPER. Finished in Oak, Cherry, Etc.
Or Better Still a
CARPET. Large Stock to Select From.
WO. 47 S. MAIN ST;1
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