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TLerc K :n
.'' -i in London for
rt v .ik a dinner for
I fro-1 a recent pub-
ve;l ns Lc
fact, that am
to furnish (I :
poorest ai; i
v.)i to Liivq proved a
..'.'. ia a pecuniary m
t ii'-e; so much so, in
soc;ety has undertaken
zsrs to poor children in the
most populous part of
jLouaon i.r. i :.a a
the children who
, , , . .
penny. It is said that
tase their meals at the
penny est-s lament show a marked im
provement ii bea-th, are more regular in
. attendance tt sciiol, and accomplish bet
ter worlt in their studies than when they
commenced their new regimen. It may
interest philanthropists-who aro engaged
in ameliorating the condition of the poor
in our large cities, to know the materials
of which these dinners are composed.
The bulk of the ingredients is, of course,
vegetables and bread, potatoes and psas
holding a promtnet place, - Both meat and
milk are used in moderate quanity. - .
I rotn the report just made it is calcu
lated that each child receives about twelve
or fifteen ounces of soup or other kind of
nutriment each meal, and this quantity
contains from one to one and a half ounces
' of meat r 1 he children enjoy their din
ners, and appreciate the kind attention
they 'receive at their meals. ' When one
considers how scanty and unpalatable is
the food furnished to many poor children
at their homes in the great cities, like
1 London and New York, it ia not surprise
ing that the poor neglected children, thrive
better, learn more at school, and are hap
pier for a hot palatable dinner a?d a kind
word frpp the attendants - " ; i
. The last experiment of furnishing A
halfpenny dinner for the very poorest
children- from the most squalid parts of
London has not been established long
enough to determine if the receipts will
. meet the expenses, but it promises well,
and the supporters of the enterprise are
confident that it will nearly pay its way.
- As . many as 30J children were fed on
the first- Cay; the number has to average
about 561 A choice within a certain
limit is given, and care is taken to make
- the food agreeable and wholesome. ". ' The
first course : consists of a rich stew or
bacon sandwiches, the second of bread
and jam or bread and cheesa That the
children find the dinner ample to satisfy
their hunger is shown by the fact of their
c Aliened attendance and the little waste
made. ; It is demonstrated that, with the
cook's wages,-cost of gas and implements
-.teerKed, there is no less, and that they
can be made self-supporting. , -
.,Tb.o penny and , ialfpenuy dinner asso
ciations of iiOndon suggest a plan which
it seems might be advantageously adopted
In our large cities, and,' if conducted on
. the economic 'scale, of the London so .
- tie tie s, not only poor children, but un
fortunate adults, might be relieved of
.much suffering without imposing any tax'
upon our benevolent citizens. , m -.' '
fl' ''YJ': tCSiicajo' Hera!d.l ; '
At "WcsMnsonia Conn., resides a lad
- of ten who was a ricted with a seed wait
v n the top of his foot. J.t was very trouble
v some at times, and ho often loosened his
shoe to prevent the irritation On two
occasions the wart had been cut to the
surface of the foot, but would soon grow
again, each time to larger proportions. - A
few weeks since as the boy was sitting at
the tabic eating his dinner, his shoe off, as
usual, a large pet rooster came in for the
crump8,and in his haste to get away with
as mwiy as possible ia a short time sud
denly" jseb.ed the wart -Before the lad
could shake him off he with his forcep
sbaped beak pulled the wart out r by the
roots. 'The wound healed in a few days
and there is no appearance of. further
growth. v . ; : ' . !-.: ;' -', . '
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Investigation of rarments. .- :-;f.
' IFwr.eS. J' vpOT.l-J-
. By! his varied experiments upon " fern
' men la, aud. passing from the action of '
ferments upon matter wnich'nas lived to
their - action.: upon matter ..-still living,
asteur was the first to justify; these
prophetic words of the English physicist,
tiobert Uoyle: "The man who is willing to
investigate to the last analysis ferments
and fermentations, will-have it in his
. 1 power, as none other can, to give a cor
rect explanation of .tbo different morbid
, phenomena', both of fevers and of other
affections. These phenomena will per
haps nevel be understood, without a pro
found knowledge of tye theory of fer
mentations " ... V
j . Three Distinet CI uses. ;- ' --
;., JJ"T Wri ; ht 8eaU 1 - '
The very intelligent (New Orleans) col
ored lad having charge of the women's
work (colored) in the exhibit assured me
that there were just as distinctly three
clasres of people in New Orleans as of
white , l-eople. First a f small class,
who were free and - well-to-do be-
. fore the war, and many of .whom were
themselves slaveholders. Second a mid-,
die class who are in business "for them
selves or are clerks, factory workers, etc.,
and who " are more numerous than
the first class. Third, thoss who do the
meuial, JaboT for blacks aud whites. ,.
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. : A Novel Fledge. - '
, Exchansa.( ' ' : ;
', A littlo girl in Pennsylvania who had
listened to a temperance address for the
first time in her life was so impressed and
interested that she went home and wrote
out the following rather novel pledge: "1
promise not ' to drink rum, or wine, or
brandy, or,, smoke, or-swear. or cider
either " She signed it, and got several of
her playmates to sign it also. -
:, . . .' .Thtt Man Who miles. ":; , .. '
. - -.' I.hic.xo Ledfjer.l J .'
A roan may smile and be a villain; but
somehow we cannot believe he would be
so apt t raid a hen-roost or break into a
smoke-Li use as the chapwho goes about
with a wet blanket for every indication of
joy he staggers against. . , -
, ... - .Sons of the Present. .
r Rlew York 'Journal. ,' - .'
Tha lawyer's song "In the sue it, by
and by. " The butcher's ballad "In the
suet, by and by." The speculator s-" In
this v, iicat, by and by. " The confection
er s c arol " In the sweet, by and by. " -"
A "Lumber ltoaeyard '
tan Francisco has a "lumber boneyard"
a i iec wlsere the extensive syndicate
w u 1 controls the greater part of the
r I'il.Oi r cut on the Pacific coast sends any
rar"o that may arrive which appears to
1 ' ccs3 of home demand, and at the
i i. vorable opportunity ships it to any
part of tha world. .
ii.o Sricsp'g Sense of Heaving.
is tie sleep's senso of hearing,
, t t it c 1 distinguish the cry
r n 1 1 a ' am ong a thousand others,
:. ;.;g at tue same time; and the
, i f1 ; t) rrc j n its xs'Ci ( r's
1 . a it lo ia ih3 j. t cf a
t eeclins; the 1
r's ?-I.ur -ne.l
1. t f ;r
KjH-nt iu vain,
An " i vuit
j i . s .-. .. . '! r.l.:tti.5 t.Ue,
. . l t: :j..i i ;. ;i vv ;iX;n;s
, l ;.tr t.ii!., v.k:i I.-?; ni' heat and
it... .1 -,'
- fr .-in my 1 i) h taUi which now
,.hi I .
i'oo J.?i Jfi" irter.. tu vsiU to hide
. 11 uw.. sw tay 1 i tha boroleis mainl
ijuj.stion and I do-jot ; ror would I dare
To play t:,3 tun'3 cifch part en my rat
liours, . . .,
hivl n;oM their van rou! broith to f rj h
- y(.i.i:g ('.ays, - .
3nly to mnra foul than fair,
Lilt their mo U."w sullies, and heavenly
powers " -
Distill and cleanse t'acm my Maker's
. praise, - , . . ., "
Numing; the Birds.
' V . . JPl.i ade'p!, v times. f - ... -Every
ne-w and then ' the zoological
rarden has a pair of young birds sent to it
without any other information regarding
.hem than the whereabouts of their cap
!u re.lv The persons who ;ejd them do not
inort of what species they aie, and think,
f course, that the ornithologists cf the
rarden will have 'no di-ticulty in giving
ihem their proper name. It is not gener
ally known that some birds tave four dis
tinct sets of plumage, and tat the Iast
suit is the one that is dcscribr.d in the text-"
books and by which the ' species is de-iermined.-
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"We have.'lots of trouble about this
thing, " said Superiniendent Drown as Le
iat in his eomforta! le ott'ee surrounded
with zoologies, ornithologies, stuffed
monkeys, cabicet pictures of baboons,
and crocodiles' skulls "INow.- there are
the America sea gu'.ls. jSTo one can tell
What species a young pair will develop
into. They bavo to be measured for their
final suit of. clothes and put . them on
before we can name them.- : v'.- . .
"Some time ago four raccoons wero
traded oH for two strange young birds.
We were much puzzled as to what they
were.'.-. We knew they camo from South
America and that was all we did know.
Those birds have lately put on their spring
suits and have turned out to be very rare
tod valuable, but they might have turned
out quite commonplace for all anybody
could tclL " . -,' . '.' . , .-'. ''
. Destiny In Wart-.
."'"''."''L:." '' 1 London World. V " 5 -r.
The fate of nations end men often turn
on the merest triiies It would be indeed
curious if the destiny of Unglahd and
ii'gypt '.was to be materially ali'ected by
he presence of two warts on the cheek- of
Khartoum ships carpenter. The occur
rence of such -a contingency seems, how-:
ever, to be quite within the bounds of pos-'
ability. In his-address to-the boudanese,
.Mohammed-.Ahmed wr te:- "Has not
iod Himself civen' jr.e the signs of my
mission the two warts on the left cheek
which are spoken off in His bookr" .This
logeht reasoning would seem to have had
its eect, fyr the olMcers of, the Kordofan"
army who med his -standard exhorted
their companions to follow their example,.
declaring that the manui is always smil
ing, and bis countenance is beaming as
the full jiioon. Cn his right cheek is a
wart, and other signs which are written
hi the books of the iaw, ? ; There is, . it is
true, a grave .discrepancy as to the posi-,
tion of the warts; but it might neverthe
less have been better for the peace of the
world if .ilohammed " Ahmed had been
born without any warts at alL ,: ,,,.1
' Neradj's Saltpeter Beds.- :, ',,.,'!1 .'.''
i . v San Fran i-jc'- Chronicled f .1 . .
The saltpeter beds f Nevada are : far
better situated for the development, of
their deposits than the niter . region "of
South America which is a desert entirely
devoid of water and all vegetable life, and
where the development can be accora-;
plished only by surmounting many.' di a-
culties; Jhe provisions of the miners have
to pe y-aneportea from long distances; ther
water lippiy for all purposes is condensed
from the ocean water and carried to the
niter.fleld v, while fuel has to be procured
from the mountains in the south of ChilL
In Nevada, we are told the . saltpeter de
posits ae in the vicinity of a rich farming
country with an abundant' supply- of
water and wood close at hand, and ' the
niter can Le furnished at prices consider
ably cheaper than that for " which the
South American article can be obtained.
. mnscl-nS Forbidden literature. . -'
. tChicago Times. -: . '
A great rcany chests declared to con
tain ordinary merchandise have lately
been .rjming into Calicia from Russia,
but upon being examined it hLS been
found that these boxes , had but a top
layer of importable goods, being tilled be
low withy books and pamphlets prohib
ited in Austr 6 Hungary. All these books
were of Panslavist tendencies. In conse
quence of this discovery the Austro- Hun
garian government has issued orders for
the strict examination of all chests, bales,
and barrels coming into Galicia from
Rus ia.. : -
.,. - ; :. No Wlieelel Vehicles.. :
i V'". ";' ' ; lEschanse.l
- A wiilcr descriles the island of Ma
icira as presenting the curious anomaly
of a country whicli is destitute of any
wheeled vehicle whatever, a fact due to
the almost complete absence of roads.
People travel in hammocks, and with three
bearers only they may journey air day
with bavdiy a halt. The highest tempera
ture of the isiand in --t'83 was i,G degrees
and the lowest degrees; the mean tem
perature of the months of the whole year
varied bu 12 degrees. - . . , .
If you want ft good 5 cent Cigar go , to
Lyons' and cet a "White liose."
- S?"Sherins, constables and other offi
cers will remember that we keep ApJ
raiser's blanks on hand and for sale.
or V '.
v-.-' AND - ;"
': 'TcIjIcIcs :
of all desetiptions.
Done in Ifce test and most permanent style
and at short notice.
, On hand all varieties of horse shoeing stock.
Shoe ' is-j Fast Horses A Speciality.
Those wanting work done will do. well to call
qttickly to anticipate overcrowding. , My work is
in demnnd. Cau on
men 2-3mos w J- H. WOODY. Willow st.
7-TOTICE.. - v . ' -- ' - .
All pc.r--fms having claims acair.t the late Dr.
J. Q. liardy will present the s-nne to the ender-
sisrned on or before tiie lOib of April. IcctS, or this
notice will be pleaded in bcr thcrc f.
8. S. It. ;nXF.t, .
aprll 8-6 wks. " Auministrator.
In Kear of the Post oriice.
1 1 71T xnv rorrs avd vi
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T" . . .
-' 1' -1 r ' - r v
' the Dt !tfll( s, or if tlie
i ' - 1 -
1 - x
11.3 (.'-..' r of T ri::i ni.i
mill I, : .;J C!crr:"ryT Austria ' ar. 1
Hungary will consider., themselves
free from any engagement imposed
thereby. TliU3 Turkey will be
obliged to make her neutrality res
pected by her own resources. ..
The women of Wyoming are,
metaphorically, kicking and Lacking
high, against woman suffrage. .The
right to vote has entailed upon the
women the duty of jurors; and ma
ny, recently, having been summon
ed away from their homo dutie3
and babies to sit for days on . juries
in the mephitic atmosphere of court
and jury rooms, are anxious to see
themselves deprived of the privi
lege ot voting, which they do not
care much about exercising. Kan
sas City Journal. V - " .
It was Mr. Roscoe Conkling who
remarked in the Chicago Conven
tipn in 18S0 that any Republican
could carry Michigan. Time makes
wondrous changes. Neither Conk
ling nor - Michigan, seem to be as
much of Republican now as they
once were. . -.. - . - ' '
"Tho conditions of the silver ques
tion, the tariff and civil service as
managed under Republican respon
sibility are what ? Mr. Cleveland is
expected to improve upon and
there are some grounds for that ex
pectation," Bays the Boston Tran
script (Rep.)." .. .j. ' ' ' - " ':
Don't buy your Furniture and Carpets
nntil you examine the Btock at McMol
len's. . -
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; Mercury and Potash Vanquished.
Mr. Wiley FHood, known to almost every
man,' -woman and child in Athens, bears tha
loiiowing testimony as to the virtues or swat
Specifics (S. S; 8.) Y ' ' - : .
i l?or twelve years I suffered from mercurial
poison, with all of its torturing pains. I was
treated by several physicians, and was dosed
on iodide of 'potassium abundantly. . This
treatment increased my trouble. My blood
was thoroughly infected; my-skin was thick
and yellow; my stomach was weak so that I
could not retain my food ; my person was
broken out with sores which became offensive
-ulcers, and my strength was gone. Mercury
brought on rheumatism, and potash had rained
my stomach, and I thought there was nothing
left for me to do but to die so thought many
of my friends- as I went hobbling along the
street. 1 tried all the remedies within reach,
but to no avail. At last a friend suggested the
use of ' Swift's Specific. ., Like '- many other
drowning men, I was ready to catch, at any
straw that came in Bight. I procured six bot
tles from Dr. Long. The first bottle gave me
hope. - The nausea of the stomach disappeared,
and by the time I had taken the third the hard
lumps on my neck went away;. the -ulcers were
healed; my complexion cleared up, ray skin
smoothed off, and my strength began to return.
I have taken in all about thirty bottles. It has
made a new man of me. I am a man of 63
years, but am strong and vigorous, eat any
thing anddo any kind of work. I am sound
and well. It is my honest opinion that Swift's
Bpeciflo has taken me from the grave's mouth
and added many years to my life. - I would
recommend it to suffering humanity every
where, not as a universal .panacea for all dis
eases, but as a specific for all bloOd and skin
diseases, such as blood poison, rheumatism,
scrofula, eczema,- tetter and catarrh, - for I
have at en it tried on most all of these. I am
ready and more than willing to answer all in
quiries tending the above points. I am well
known in Athens,., and refer to any one or all
of the old citizens o this city. v --' ''
,-' W'n.r F, Hood, Athens, Ca.
Jan. 6, 1885. , . r --, -, - . -
: ' -V ' . The Beat in the Marls et. : ?
' I have been afflicted with a blood humor
and indigeston for fifteen years. I have used
various medicines, but with little purpose. -1
have received more benefit from Swift's Spe
cifio (S. S. 8.) than anything else I have ever
taken- Itii the best blood purifier on the
market. . A. 3. Buooks, Bound Bock, Tex...
Feb. 13, 1885. ' -''
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed
free. . - - : ' .
Thb Swot: Specific Co., Drawer 8, Atlanta,
Georgia.-:: - ".-''
pp CONTRACTORS. ,' :.
Bids will be received bv th imdersigned for
the erection of the brick store buildings in the
town of Waynes ville. Plans and specmcations
will be sent on application to , .
' - : Mcintosh & spragce,
aynesviUe, N. C,
AprIllCth.1885. diw-lw '
Full' Line Buttocks
MY - GOODS ARE NEITHER
FIRED, SMOKED OR-,
-I don't deal in 'Watered Stock."
I have a. New Stock of. Clothing
just in; ; - ,
.. A. lot of Timothy Orchard Grass,
Red Top and Clover Seed fresh from
Kentucky. ; ; :
, A lot of New Shoes, Hats and Dry
You should see my Canton Flan
nels at 11 cts. .
150 Fine Salt at $1.10
16 " ' Brown Susar ' ' .ifc1.00
' , 8 " Good Cofiee 'V U)Q
' A few Dry Goods, IH.mkett'cc,
at Cost yet. , : .v
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Sv CCESSCT. 1 J LVT'AX AND CHILD,)
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ASHEVILLE. N. C.
I7AR?,I of .115 acr
. provemetits, hoi.s
res, wivii ?J;ooo 1:11-
v.se, barns, ccc, located
on a rench Jiroad river, seven miles
Two story brick store cn the Court
House Square, 60x30 feet.
Beautiful suburban home, with t'.vc"fy
acres of land and fine orchar 1 - ! j
from town. A fine country 5
House of nine rooms, - eleven
acres on French Broad . 1 . One of
the finest properties in the city.
Most complete Cottage of 7 rooms, with
two acres of land, on Camp Patton.
Iiouseof nine rooms on Haywood street,
3-4 of an acre of ground. Can be bought
very reasonably. : . "
Frame House of 11 rooms;-beautifully
located on Haywood street; lot of half an
acre.- . .. """".-r" : -
, House of 8 rooms on Grove street, with
good stable and one-half an acre of land.
: 2 10 acres rolling land, mostly cleared,
one mile from town. : Improvements con
sist of two good dwelling houses, four, log
cabins and tobacco barns, fully equipped
circular saw-mi!! and never failing water
power. "V- .v - '.'.- " " '- y. :-.
House and lot of over one acre, on Hay
wood 6treef;-uear. Patton Avenues
' Forty choxe building lots for sale.
Twenty-eight and a half acres of land
with new brick house of eight room.
Young 'orchard of 1.000 trees. ViewB
both, of the river and the mountains, from
this place, unsurpassed. A fine opportu
nity to purchase one of the choicest pieces
of property in As.hevillo.
; Five acres oT mo6tjroclu'ctive bottom
land, near .the .Swannanoa river,. one
mile from ' town. . Improvements con
sist of three good dwelling houses, and.
all . necessary -outbuildings Excellent
investment for farmer with small capital.
Most desirable building lots- near Rail
road Depot; on both sides of -the French
Broad River, affording magnificent views
of the surrounding- country,--- The very
best sites for residences. ; ' ;
70 acres on other side of Beaucatcher
mountain, two miles from' the Pourthouse.
Very fine young orchard of 400 trees One
of the strongest chalybeate springs in the
country. ' Just the spot" to locate a hotel or.
large boarding house. " ; .. ' :
.134 acres ' of rich bottq;n and good up-.'
land oh the Swannanoa riverr two iniles
lrom town. . " ': -,; '". ;,..,
34 acres of good rpland" with, comforta
ble warm log-house, on the Hendersonvillc
Road 5 miles from town. Fifteen seres 1
cleared,; small .urchail and ,good vell.
Cheap place for a poor man. .
f ' 83 acres, heavily timbered oh the French
Broad River', six mile&Jrom town;
; i Co acres qn Swannanoa River, 71 iniles
from town and 2 miles from Long's. . 75
acres of timberland, balance in good state
for cultivation. Farm house of four rooms j
with kitchen detached; Renter's house, 2
tobacco ' barns, (near.) stable, crib, etc. j
Good pprings.-small orchard. A suitable
farm for small grains or tobacco.
f- ccg.acresjon the .waters of Cane Creek',
I i- ' r:JiJ. I- .tk.-.ni,,.
nvc riiucs iiuiu i- uir view, uh L
Ridge; 70 acres in grass, 35 in -cdrnbal
ance well timbered rich upland. - This pro
perty wonderfully well watered with num
erous spring., and . branches. ; A .jsuperb
cattle and sheep "r ange.. ,
. 152 acres adjoining, the above.5 65 acres
cleared and in grass and cprnibalnc; fine
upland. A most desirable" farm. ; . -
' . 230 acres rich ' mountain ' Jand ' tnickly
timbered S poplar, - cherry, walnut,
chestnut,' spruce pine,., &c,, good "water
power, saw-mill fully equipped and in good
order, dwelling and outhouses,--situated
two (2; miles, from, rail road track and
five (5) mile$ from "Waynesville. '
Vacant lot on Main St, -at-Vajricsville,
44 x 52 feet ;- - -. : ' ' " . .
" Thirteen thousand" acretf wild land in
Graham and Swain counties.
LTE ASES of three and five years of land
adjoining the Railroad Depot; very Suit
able for the erection of tobacco or lumber
warehouses, dry-kilns, monufactpries, &c;
on most favorable terms. - : , : -'
FOR RENT In Ashev'dle, "several
houses, larger and .Small, furnished or un
furnished; hy the month or year,
''For further particulars, apply to
.; Asheville, N.-.C. ;
augi2-tf. - . Oftice m Court House. .
.JVeiv (i2i(l Important!
W. 0.,MuUei- & Co
V - riAYING REMOVED THETR
" . .
To the new Stora on Main street, oppo-
, site Court Square, ' '
- ASHEVILL15, N.
. HAVE FOR SALE THE
Pnre Mountain-Dew Corn and Eye Whiskeys. ,
N. C. Apple and Peach Brandies,
Old Monongahcla, Paul Jones, and al
Oie most ' popular brands of Kentucky
. - - Whiskeyi. - : ; "'"
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Imported French Brandies and Champagnes,
and Domestic and Imported Wine3,
Soda Water and Gjnger Ale, Ale, Porter,
the celobratod Budweiser, Milwaukie aud Cin
cinnati Bottled Beer, and the Cincinnati Keg
Beci1 t- which Beer he calls the espefial .
attention of dealers, as it is receive i
- . direct in refrigerator cars, and in as
. - good order as at the brewery
We keep on hand a fine lot of . . '
:: CIGARS AND TOBACCOS
Billiard and Pool Tables
OX THE SECOND FLOOR,
. With an elegant Club Room attached.
' This department has teen fitted up with a spe
cial eye tp tho comfort and convenience ofonr
guests, and the room is superior to any other bil
liard room hi the city, and has been famMiea
with entirely new tables of the celebrated J. M.
Brunswick, T alia & Co.'s rr '.
3-w. 0. Mt'i.i-trj s.-.:;i e
of the "old RfliAtle" JOHN H. LAXOZ,
to pU'!r.-ed to serve his n-ienos with t!
qii".:-s to l-o tVnrvl in the AsherKle mark
vxiOLr..5AL:: and r-x'ALi;r:3 is
VLZZ 1 V '--i f C."i ,
. '.ALSO '".".'.
A FCLL LINE OF CHOICS . - '
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J. 4 i S J. f V f S il-S .
. ' " POSTER, ALR. SEER '
' AND . .
Great care has been taken" .
in the select'103 of the above
a Tr -wtr-rw -rr
Our paii-o assured that
. they tv. themselves
-AJ1PLY COMPENSATED --r
by a visit to us.
dealers is resncetfully invlt
ted to onr st'ck, as we are prepared to supply any
demand. : ' , , ... . ,
June 27-tf ,' . - ,
w h i -
;.: : ';; SHOE .Jt&UlER,
'" ; Main StreetK(Above Eagle Hotel) "
. ::: .IsTieville, jr.
o t- -t ; -
: The best stock always on hand. Work always
fiaranteed to erive satisfaction. 1 -
L am especially prepared to make boots and
noes so as to prevent dampness ana squeaking.
LADIES WORK A SPECIALTY.
Charges : reasonable. Give- n
COLL and WOOD.
S.'F;VENABLE, ; ;
.: '."! ,' " iEALER IN .'; "- 1
HA11IJ Aim '.-HO STX CO AJL, '
EGG - AND', plIESTNUT SOFT COAL,
CAUEYVIIVLE CANST Eli COAIi
PBOXOVXCEDBY Alt ' '
who use it the best from Tenne.we, and In which
..: he is SOLE DEALER in this market. :
- Sold by Car Load, Ton 'or Eiisheh '
' All ton deliveries weighed on 3ty
Scales, and certificate of weight by city
weigher .furnished. '
.., ., ,z .;. . ... . -y; r- -.'',.
300 Cords of Best Wood
DELIVERED BY CORD OR IX) AD -:
IN AXY PAR OF THE CITY.
OfiBce and Yards at Carrinprton t Co.', Patton
venue, between Graham & co.'s and C Cowan's.
'Orders respectfully solicited and will be
promptly filled.- .
dec 24-3 moa . ' . . ; i "
Carpenter aud Bnllrter,
N : ' ' ASHEVILLE, N. C. : , ..
Manufacturer qf ,all Kinds of M.rilding
isJaterials, Matched yiooring
- 'X' aud. Ceiling:, : -". . -.
MOLDINGS, BRACKE1S,. , ,
BATLUEPwS, NEWEL . POSTS
'DKESSIN'tl LUMBEK FOR THE PUBLIC
- A Specialty.'."" r
All work done'with promptness at lo-.vet pncei
ap 24-12 m w ; . . .. -.'--
Douljleday G. S.ott,
North Side" Public Square, ' I
" ASHEVILLE, N. C,
,. . DEALERS- IN ' . ,
Lumber, Laths, Shin
gles, Fe n ci n g, PI an k,
- .?'. Ffo
Also Doors, Sash and
Sasli d 11 in el Iactory
line r ' f r-nn-Jni.v..l a Ihtm-c aaim:t of Ot.k.
A-h .CwHin. Cherry ftivl luitut Lusnher. and
can rrr.Nisii vror.x'
, i t s, a J
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I am oflei-ing until the 1st of arch iuy
entire stock of Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats
and Gents' Furnishing Goods,
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES !
- C I: a LIWOOL S UITS ' AT $ 8.00, WO ItTII $ 1 2.00. .
. " " 10.00, li.oo.
Other Clo thins
V (HADE V
-'A full Hnn" of Rnnts nnrl RTinoa for
the best manufacture. ' ' . .
I makaSpecia I iy in
above goods at very low priees.
t : m v- i
1 1. '. f HANAN J
I advise eVery one who wis1ie3 to purchase to call and get my. prices
before buying. . ':. . ". "
" Remember, I sell the best Asheville ihade Woman's'Kip Eala at $1.25.' -Remember,
I sell the boat AsheviUe m:ule tap solo Kip Brogana at
$1.50. 'Also make Boy sT iit I Misses'. Try one pair,and you will never
be without them. . Very respectfully, - . ;
VI: ": V : " ' ' v ' TSt. LEVY. -
; fe 11-tf . ,: ; - i. Main street, Asheville,.N. C. :
LOOK. ; ' QrJ&JiyQ-n
- -: -
ONE riUOl BOOT
Men's strorig Winter Boots, fully
$3.50. Boys' Boots in all styles, at
A largo $ toe k ol Mens Rubber Boot?,-)ret!ihor!rim(t Arctic
V A full stock of Zeigler's and Evitt Bro.'s FineShoes for Womrn,
best Goat, American ,and French Kid Gooda.' - v ;
:; ; -totiie country sieucii ants. ' , ; 1
-. 1 have still on hand a considerable
V DRY. GOODS ST0(1K, ;
Tf ; 1- .tr . '
, .; ;.. .-SHOES OF
Call on me before order'ins;- A good
u --: ;y. - - ' - rubber goods. , - ; - ' ;
on hand,"which I. can sell you as cheap as they can be - bought in n
market. - " -. I - Your obedient servant,
- " 13-wasw Pclliam Building:, South Main. St, Asheville, N. V. -
; ; "Wholesale and Betail Druggist," .v
j r. V , U- '. AND DEALER IN BOOKS AND STATIONARY, ' ;
PUBLIC SQUARE, TWO DOORS NORTH OF. c i: AN CO. S
"v-t, :;- . HARDWARE STORE; t , ' . "
WHISKIES, BRANDIES & WINES FOR MEDICINAL PURPd3S:s
ALWAYS on hand a full and well-selected stock of DRUGS. PAT
ENT MEDICINES, PERFUMERY, FANCY GOODS, CIGARS,
CHEWING TOBACCO J MINERAL . , WATERS, STATION Y
BRUSHES OF ALL KINDS, SPONGES, TRUSSES, and all the Med
icine .manufactured by J- L. Lyons, of New Orleans," whom I an sole
agent for..-. ''') ,
Give me an early call ' - -
. J. TAYLOR AMISS and F. L. JACOBS are with me, and would
be pleased to see their friends and all who wish goods in their line.
--Sole'tnanufacturer of Nelson's Kidney Cure and Nelson's Diarrhoea
Cure, and Lyon's Cough Syrup. .
Bh Prescriptions filled at any hour of day or n.ght Night Bell on
right of door - . " : - malO-ly '
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STOVES, TIN WARE AND HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
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We have oponcnia full line of tLo above, aU g - . -
mot workmsialike manner.
.fj-, 4 4.,.tm
wordone by corn ;:ti:nt hi:n
The hotise is now opened f-..r businc--.
1 J .
the wide avj:itew:-.h:;.
- IU.W, - -
5.00 . . " 7.00. . ..
in Proportion; -
f,aliw Hnnta Ptj nA fiAmn
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fine Hoots dml Shoes
U'. T. Weavers j
AND SHOE STORK..
warranted, at $2 25, $2.G5, $3.0O:mi'1
prices too low to mention. -
rcmnanlt of my . ', '
. I - ' ' . Jr.
ANY GRADE,;. . ; x. . ; v.
stock of - , '
K W HI LSI ; h:s 1
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