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THBO. V. DAVIDSON, TlIOS. A. JONKS
' ' Raleigh. JAB. G. MTIN, Ashevillc.
JjAVIDSUN, MARTIN & JONES,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law,
Ashevillc, N. C.
- Will prt.ilccin the 11th and 12th J"'llcj.n'
Districts. o.rt In the Supreme Court of North
Cr."ina. and in the Federal Courts ol the
Western District of North Carolina.
-r- Refer to Hank of Ashcville. dtsel
CIIAS. A. MOOKB.
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law,
' Practice in the United Stntes Circuit and
" District Courts at Ashcville, Statcsvillc, Char
lotto and Greensboro, in the Supreme Court
1 lna. . ... ii.;, .
attention given iu
U..rl noruhltl dlK'S
Buncombe Inferior Court.
T. ii. conn.
'.'fUMI i MEKRIMON.
. O. MKKKIMON.
Attorneys nnd Counsellors at Law.
Practice in all the courts.
Office: Nos. 7 and M, Johnston building,
W. W. JONKS.
OKO. A. SIIUFOHI).
JONBS it SHUFORD.
Attorneys nt Law,
Ashcville, N. C.
l'rneties in the Su,crior Courts . Western
North Carolina, the Suircme Co. "r tM
State ami the Federal Courts at Ashcville.
Office? hi Johnston building, where one em
ber of the firm ean always lie louml.
jr aTt BN N ENT,
Architect and Contractor.
Plans, specifications ami estimates fur-
j.islicd. All work in my one """" "
anil no charges lor drawings
, ji warded inc.
.Kelcrcnccs when desired.
Ilthce: No. IS Hendry Itlock,
S.iinrr. Ashcville. N. C
, JJ H. UOUOLASS, D. D. S.
' iOENTAL ROOMS, . NO. 24 SOUTH MAIN ST.,
Over Grant ft Wingcrt's Drug Store.
v iKcsidcnce, No. DM UnUcy St. 'J1'
iTn. KiiHViisTnTn.s. II- K. SMITH,". U.S.
Keevcs & Smitn.
inCtrnwIly liuililing, over Redwood s mo.,.,
1 ration Avenue,
forth .cxlincU-il w ithout pain, with thencw
V. JMJKCIN, M. U.
New Grand Central Building.
I'. HAMSAV, I). U.S.
.) UlHcc t
In Hamnrd IluildiuK-Hntrauees,
Avenue and Main Street.
J. w. ROLLirS,
ASIlliVIl.l.E, N. C,
Will practice in the town and surroundiiiK
country Also have sci, ntilic horseshocniB
done, tlllice ill Col. Kny's staliles.
Hr. Frank Harvey,
Oilicc at Sevler'sStable.
Kcsidcnce with Mr. Natt Atkinson, Jr., No
21 1 Haywood street.
julBo d 12m
KTIIUK M. I'IKLIl,
Main Street. '
All mcchuntcul ocular defects of the eye cor-
.I....'-, r...... ,.!,....-' to 12 a. m . - to
5 p. m.
i'w ...i.-,-uiirniH tiHvinic rcsumeu
urnetic of HcntistrV in Ashcville, respectfully
f. hi. r,.f. si,.niil services to the public.
I.'illinir teeth nnd trentinK diseased Bums spe
cialties. Local anasthctie to prevent
Otricc rooms on Patton .Avenue, one door
v. t rt-nsliv's icwclrv store, same as lor-
nerly occupied. U. P. AKK1NGTON.
jull 1 dtf
THE ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
Rooms on Main street, opposite the post-
"I'Mlcn dnilv, except Sundays, from lO n. in.
until 1 p. m.. and r..:to until 7. an p. in.
The terms of subscription arc: tine year
$2; fi nios.. $l.!V: a mos.. $1 ; 1 mo., 50 els.:
dadv ' cts.
Officers for ISN'.l President, K. H
Vice-President. Charles . oolscy
Treas., I). S. Watson ; Librarian,
Miss E. .1
Citiens and visitors arc cordially invited
to tnsieet tne cnlllloL'iic mm
names as members.
All eves titled and tit Kunranlccd. A com
plete stock of the above ijoods at
GRANT'S iUC; STORE,
Si SOUTH MAIN STKHUT.
Oculists' prescriptions a sinviatty.
fin dnler w ne hu lb"
hoes without name and pr
tbe bottom, put blua dons mt
W. L. DOUGLAS
Blt.OU OI5NII1NK HAN1:KV KI SHOE.
i.RIt KXTKA VA
I Jl WOKK1NC
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AU made In Onivr ,
W. L. DQV
BMt Material. Bt :
II aot soM by yoar dealer -W.
I IKJUGLA8. I
.'naitilnr W. I I,
ll - i.oo
Khoea lor Gentlemen ami IjirtleM
For sale bv
HERRING A W'liAVKR.
30 South Main Street, Aslivville. N. C
For first-class bond, at reasonable
terms, apply to Mrs. F. K. Brcese, corner
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These be the days when two gallons of
ice cream knock out a whole picnic.
I'miirh. iii the niorninii, hurried or diih-
fiilt lir.-.-illiiiiL'. raisini! nhlegm, tightness
in the chest, quickened pulse, chilliness in
the evening or sweats at night, all orany
of these thinifs are the first stages of con-
snniotion. Acker's Kntrlisli Cough Kern-
cdv will cure these fearful symptoms, and
i sold under u oositive miarantee.
At the seaside the wild waves are say
ing "Sister" the whole clay long.
For lame back , side or chest, use Sliiloh's
Vor.xis Plaster. Price 2r cents.
SIlIlvOII'S COUGH and Consumption
r ie u.lil lv us on a LMiarantce. It
Ilv I'ood management Boston's Hack
Hay came to the front.
Persons advanced in years feel younger
unci stronuer. as well as Irecr twin me
i,,Krniiiin of .-iLie. bv takinc Ir. J. H
McU'an's Sursaparillii. For sate by F.
itilliiiinii nkvavs feel ncrfcctlv safe
when thev make ascensions, but it is a
qucstiou "whether they aeronaut.
Is a damrerous disease. From its ten-
dency to extend to the throat, bronchial
tubes, and finally to involve the lungs in
iiiisiiiiiiitive diseases, it should lie
promptly cured, thai these grave dangers
mav lie averteii. ro coiiimcin ,uc
maiiufaettiieis of Dr. Sage's Catarrh
Remedy oftheii ability to cope success
I'ullv with this verv prevalent disease,
tha't thev have for vears oflered, m good
faith. $5011 reward for a case ol catarrh,
no matter how unci or oi now ui.uij
s stain nil!, which they cannot emc.
Keincily only 50 cents, 'y (Iruggists.
The man who ouuht to listen and learn
usually docs most of the talking.
ilve Hie Cliiiar'en a Chance,
There is something radically wrong
with the health of a child when it seems
listless, has poor or no apiietite, eyes
ttimkeii .id will) dark skin In-ncath. 1 it
most eases s lowinir these symptoms tne
h Id has worms, and all that it needs is
some simple remedy, such as Hart's Worm
Cream, to expel tne worms, aim tne ciuui
will soon be in perlect health again. Ta
mils, try it and let your Utile ones nave
lair chance tor lite.
Whv are thev ifoitiu to arrest Kilrain .'
He didn't hurt anybody.
Advice to MotlierH.
M, Window's Soolhiii'' Sviunslioiild
liviivtt lie used for children teething, ll
B,,i I lie child, softens the gums, al-
Invs all naiiis. eurcs wind colic, and istht
best remedy lor diiirrlnca,
25c. a bottle.
In fancy work women frajuently get
No liniment is in lietter repute or more
widely known than Dr. I. 11. MclAau s
Volcanic Ol Liminent. It is a vvoncter
ful remedy. For sale by K L. Jacobs.
Society at a seaside resort is not loo
particular. It is easy to get in the swim
wall any son oi oatr.ing m.
Better Thau Suicide.
Professor Arnold savs: "An incurable
IvutWMlt tl is justified in comiiiitliug su
V. v.. . .,
w c. e will L'uarauice to cine any ui b-
IK'ptte within three niontiis
.tlgllSll lysjn:pLie iiui-i.a.
It is the sins of other people that sell-
tppointeil reformers make the most luss
M:mv l, joule httbiluallv endure a feel
intr lassitude, liecause they think they
have lo. II thev would take Dr. J. H.
McLean's Sarsaparilla this leeltng ol
weariness would give place to vigor ami
vitality. For sate by f. L.jacous.
When Shakespeare remarked, "AH the
world's a staL'e." the world was rather
slower than it is nowadays.
liuckleii'H Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world lor cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt liieum, lever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi
tively cures mlcs. or no pay leiiuncd. ll
is guaranteed to give iicrlcclsatisfaclioii.
or money refunded. Price 25 cents iet
ox. -or sale by r. L. aeons. daw
The i;irls in the thread factory were
iustilied in strikinir: no lorcman lias a
iglit to call tlicin windlasses.
The First iiiploiiid of Death,
Tired fcelimr. dull headache, pains in
various narts of the bodv, sinking at tin
pit of the stomach, loss of apclite, levcr-
, , a
isnncss, puupies or soics, it on j.i-i.iv
vulence ol uoisoncu Ultxxi. AO maiiei
how it became poisouetl it must he pun
ted lo avoid ileum, acklt s r.ngnsi;
lllood lilixir has never tailed to removi
scrofulous or syphilitic poisons. Sold un
der positive, guarantee. tcuodaw i w
It is now believed that Jacob must
have been ironm the rounds to nave
dreamed of a ladder.
Pnnii es. boils and other humors, art
liable to anoear when the blood gets
heated. The best remedy is Dr. I. H.
Mcl-can's Sarsanarilla. For sale by b
Tramps are very much like cheap cali
coes, lliey won t wasn, inn win run.
A Scrap of Paper Saves Her Life.
It was iust an ordinary scrap of wrnp-
iniiL' ttaner. nut it saved ner me. one
was in tne Cist stages oi consumption,
told by physicians that she was incurable
and could live only a short lime; she
wciirhed less than seventy pounds. On a
niece ol wrappinir paiwr sue reau oi icr.
King s New Discovery, ana got a snmpic
bottle: it helped her. she bought a large
bottle, it helied her more, bought
mother and grew lietter last, continued
its use and is now strong, ncaiiny, rosy. I
. . - ....
plump, weighing 1D pounds, for tuller
particulars send stamp to W. II. Cole, I
druggist. Fort Smith. Trial bottles ol I
this wonderbil liiscovery rrec atl'.L. I
The crow-bar may feel a pardonable
pryed in its work.
Tell the good news to the suffering
At last is a remedy found,
Which iniuht have saved, had they
Manv who're under the ground.
Tell oft lie "Favorite Prescription,'
Hitl hoiH;less women lie glad
Hear the gootl news to poor creatures.
Ili'.'ii't-sick. discouraged and sad.
" Female diseases." so terrible in their
effects, anil so prevalent among all
classes, ean Ik- cured Ivy the use of Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription.
The pedagogue keeps school until the I
heated term comes on; nnd then he keeps
cool somewhere else.
One of Dr. . II. Mcl-can's Little Liver
untl Kidney Pillets, taken nt night before
iroinir to Intl. will move the bowels; int
ellect will astonish yon. For sale by 1-
THAT HACKING COUGH can be so
quickly cured by Sliiloh's Cure. We
WILL YOU SlllTl'.K Willi i'viciiim
and Liver Complaint ? Sliiloh's Vilalizer
s guaranteed to cure you,
When John L. Sullivan Imally retires
from the fist fighting business he will x
the greatest cx-pounder ot tne age.
Parents Criminally Liable,
More than hall' of all deaths occur Ik'-
e.m s;x years of aire. An army of inno-
Cl.ntt lovely children fire swept needlessly
away each year. Parents arc criminally
responsible "for this. The death rale of
children in EiiL'land is less than half this
Acker's F.mrlish Itaby Soother has done
more to bring this about than all other
causes comuincct. on cannot unoro to
lie without it.
An electric light dynamo is like some
of the machines made tor sewing pur
poses. It is a light running machine.
SLBEPIJvSS NIGHTS, made miserable
bv that terrible cough. Sliiloh's Cure is
Ihe remedy lor von.
CATAKKI1 CPKIvli, health and sweet
breath secured, by Slnloh s Caturrh
Kemedy. Price 50 cents. Nasal Injector
lice by T. C. Smith & Co.
When you see a span of horses walking
through a hay held, it is sate to assume
there is "mower to follow."
Do Not Surfer Any l.otier.
Knowing that a cough can be checked
in a tlav, and the hist slagesol consump
tion broken m it week, we hereby guaran
tee Acker's linglish Cough Kemedy and
will refund the money to all who buy,
lake it its per directions, and do not lintl
our statement correct. Icbotlawl w
No saloons except ice-cream saloons
' , . .. 11.: .
are open m Cmcinnali on Mtitniays. i ins
great hooin lor the Koiiiau Punch
This is what you ought tohavc,in tact,
in must have it. to hilly enioy hie.
Thousands aiv searching for it daily, and
mourning; liecausc they find it mil. Thoti-
iiids upon thousands ol Hollars tin
spent annually by our people in tne nope
thai they may attain this boon. Anil yet
it mav lie had by all. We guarantee that
Klcctric Hitlers, it used according to di
rections and the use persisted in, will
bring yoti Good lligcslion anil oust the
demon I)ysicpsia anil install instead lvtt-
ni'psy. We recommend r.iccinc nnieis
lor Dyspepsia mid all diseases of Liver,
Stomach and Kidneys. Sold at 50c. and
$1 per bottle at F. L.Jacobs drugstore.
The proiier name of the humble bee is
humble bee. Hut humble as he is he
won't allow hiinsell lo lie sal upon.
Sllll.nH'S VlT.l.lZi;U is what yon
need for Constipation, Loss of Appelile,
Dizziness, and nllsyiuploiusoI'Dyspcpsia.
Price Dl and 75 cents per bottle.
CROI'P, WHOOPING LO0UH and
Itionchitis ininieditttely relieved b
Pedestrian (to applicant for charily I
'Go shoot yourself!" Guzzle, the Tramp
(sadlv) "I ain't loaded.
The tetter board of lite goes up,
The tetter hoard of life goes down."
Dp and down, up and down one day it
millionaire, next day iieait oroKe one
.lay buoyant in spirits, next dav gloomy
trog one day in seeming perieci
health, next day "laid out" with a bilious
attack or your 'stomach "on a strike."
This is the wav the world wags nowa
days. II you ate bilious, melancholic.
dizzy headed, dyspeptic, want appetite
or have tortml action oi liver, Ktoneys oi
bowels, lake Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets
purely vegetable, perlccUv Harmless;
one a dose.
Heavenly Maid, when
Ilelovcd and tindcridcd,
Hut heard Sweet Vi'lets played or sung
She would have suicided.
A I'l.KASANT l.HMON "KINK.
I'or biliousness ami constipation, take
I'or indigestion and foul stomach, take
For sick and nervous headaches, lake
I-'or slceiilessncss and nervousness, ttike
For loss of apiietite antl debility, take
For fevers, chills and malaria, take
iA'inon lilixir will not lad you in anyol
.he above diseases, allot' which arise bom
a toroid or diseased liver, stomach, ktd-
uevs. bowe's or blood, rreiiareo oniv
by' Dk. II. Mozi.kv, Atlanta, Ga.
GOe. and $1 per bottle. Sold by drug
A I'KOMIKKNT MIXISTliK WUITKS:
After ten vears of great suffering; from
indigestion, with great n rvous prortra-
liott, Diltousncss, disorncieo moneys am
oiistipntioti, I have Ikcii eureil by Dr
Mozley's Lemon lilixir, and tint now t
well nian. Key. C. C. Davis,
lildcr M. li. Church, South.
No. 2H Tatnail St., Atlanta, Ga
pr21 tltoc21 th su
I'rrscnts m the most elegant form
H LAXATIVE and NUTRITIOU8 JUI0E
FIGS OF CALIFORNIA,
"oinhinetl with the medicinal
vi vines of plants known to be
.itosl beneficial to the human
system, forming an agreeable
and effective laxative to perma
nently cure Habitual Consti
pation, ami the many ills de
pending on a weak or inactive
ndition of the
SIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS.
It i the most excellent remedy known to
CUANSE YHE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY
When one is Bilious or Constipated
PURE BL000, REFRESHING BLEEP,
HEALTH and STRENGTH
" '.very one is using it and all are
delighted with it.
AoK OUR ORUOQIST FOR
-sm DP OJ5 PIOB
MANUFACTURED ONLY BY
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAM FRANCISCO, CAU
LOUISVILLE. AT f IT rOW. . t.
All persons arc forbidden to lmrhor my
wife. N. C. iv oKKiu. This August B. 1MN0.
UUt W. S. SCOGG1N.
A BARBER'S FAIRY 8T0RY.
Hie TaniF He Telia to Dlatraot the Atten
tion of Nervotut Cufltumers.
One of the artiste in "Billy" Young's
tODsorial parlor on Dearborn street is
a nephew of ex-Governor Rusk, of
Wisconsin, now at the bead of the
new department in the cabinet, and,
though he bears tho same uatne as the
Wisconsin man, there are those who
think he should be called Schehcre
zade, the fabled queen, who saved her
life by telling tho king, her husband,
such monstrous stories. Mr. Rusk
niuy not be u worse barber than many
others, but for fear his razor may not
be in perfect shape,, and to avoid any
possibility of those whose temerity
leads them to intrust their lives in his
hands making any sort of a kick, he
is wont to beguile them with stories of
remarkable experiences that tvould
put Baron Munchausen to the blush.
One duy recently ho had a pa
tient in bis chair whom ho at once
recognized as bciugextremely nervous,
and he at once proceeded to soothe
him by relating how a man who bos a
largo stock farm down in the southern
part of Kansas was continually miss
ing cuttle from his herds, but for a
long time was unable to discover what
became of them. Close watching,
however, proved that it was only when
the cuttlo went near a luko or an im
mense slough for drink that the dis
appearances toon piuce. me arratr
might Have lorever remaineu a mys
tery hod it not been for the overcon-
lldonce anu perltaps extremo nungor
of the cuttlo thief. It bad been noticed
that only tho smaller cuttle were
missed. Ouo day a watcher who
hanced to be near tho lake saw a
great commotion m the water, as
though somo terrible strugglo was go
ing on beneutn tlio surioce. it iusicu
only a short time, and then tho whole
mystery was explained. Util oi ine
wausr camo a most usumisning object.
It looked liko tho body of a gigantic
Berpeut writhing and twisting in a
horrible manner, its mammotn
jaws opening and shutting with in
tense viciousness. About where tlio
uock should lie two larso horns were
seen protruding, and us tho new ar
rival reachod shallow water the hoofs
and part of the legs of a steer could be
seen slowly and laborious walking to
Tho "jig was up.' The serpent had
been beforo content to attack small
nun that it could eusilv swallow, but
this time it found iU mnsUir in tho big
Toxan. Tho steer hud evidently been
swallowed at tho first gulp, but had
struggled so fiercely that ho had poked
bis bonis tbrotifb ubove ami mcKeu
hole. tht'ouirh below with his feet, and
had thus managed to reacn tne suoro,
only, however, to die from sull'ocation
f..u I i :i0 l..,.4l,.A
Ullll UXHUUOllUU, UliriWllUllOIUHVllOUUiO
Another talo tins imaginative oar-
bcr loves to toll is that when he was
out west ho ono day fell into an old
abandoned rnino. Alter going uown
ever so many hundred feet ho landed
upon u bed composed ol minions oi
black snakes. Finding himself unhurt,
he at once began devising means of
ssctipo. A happy thought ciuno to
him. Ho seized ono of the squirming
reptiles and started it up the shaft; he
had a second ouo seize the first by the
tail, and so on until the first was seen
disappearing at the opening. Keeping
last bold ot tlio tun oi mo last one, tie
wus drawn safoly out to tho open air.
With such varus does Mr. itusK muxo
his patients forget tho tortures thev
may bo undergoing. Chicago Herald.
Anlmala of the Peruvians.
Herr Nohrinir. speaking of the do
mestic animals of tho ancient Peru
vians, observed that tho subject was
scientifically important, because all
tho other peoples ot ancient America
were very poor in this kind ol prop
erty as compared with tho Peruvians
nud Bolivians and some ot tho Central
American peoples; and, secondly, be
cause tne inliuence ot uomest.icauon
on tho formation of races could bo
better followed on theso autmals than
on thoso of tho Old World. We are
concerned in Peru especially with the
g, numa, aipaca ana guinea pig.
Tlio speaker had examined eighteen
dog mummies from aucient Peruvian
graves, and hod determined that thoy
belonged to three ditfereut races a
ht'iiiierirs dog, a dachshund and a
bull dog or pug. Ho believed that the
lnca doer" was derived, uot from
other South American Canidtu, but
from tho Mexican wolf (Lupus occl-
dentiilis), perhaps through tho feebler
Toxun variety ; and that several races
had been formed from it in Peru
through domestication. In this Herr
Nuhring dissenta from and contradicts
Von Tschudu s opinion that tho vari
eties had arisen irom crossing wiui
K.iironeau doirs. As the doz and like-
wisn the llama and aluacaureuudoubt-
edly of America, so also, hi tho speak
er's opinion, is the guinea pig, uot-
uritbtjiiiilinr IS. Mensol and outer au
thors believed that it was iutroduced
from Europe. Popular ocionce
Uriuit'a Laeonle Vlckaburg Letter.
President Guild of tho Boston Art
club nossesses a letter written by Gen,
ftrmt after the fall of Vicksburg,
which furnishes an examplo or tlio re
mnrkablv concise expression for which
tho L'reut cantain was noted. Even
tho inagnitudo of the event did notes
cite any exuberance of jubilation.
VlCKSBURQ, July 6, 1683.
Dear Fatuor: Vicksburg baa at lat surrendered
aftorasioguof over forty days. The nut-render took
niiu. n tiia mornlcur of the 4th of July. 1 found
I hod continuously underestimated the force of
the enemy, both In men and In artillery. The
number of prisoners surrendered was Su,aXl The
process of paroling Is so tedious, however, that
many ho are desirous of getting to their homes
will escape before the paroling oalcers get around
tnMwm Th., aruia ta,. in ore about 180 pleoel of
artillery and over SO.iXKi stand of small arms. The
enemy Mill had about four day's rations of flour
mi ....... ii A turice auautlt? of sugar. The
weauwr Is uow exceedingly warm and the roads
Intolerably dusty It cannot be expected unoer
dun "-that the health of this com-
maud ean keep up as it has done. Mr troop
n. n..i niioaed ouo hour's time after the sur
render, but re at cue started envor other
game. My health bos continued very good Our
lug the campaigu wwen nas just cwseu
Bniif m'T ul at hmiift Ubfaaaa
IJKI OM FACTORY.
HANFOAD N. LOCKWOOI)
BrooniM, Whisks, Hearth and
Mill and Factory (trades a specialty. Quo
tations anil samples free, fcbluilly
one Rood bread and pastry cook and ont
Kooil meat cook to pn to iumiieriiiu vp.
Must lie sober and competent men. Apply
to A. A. ak 1 mm,
c:.-ti Mitt. MiddlestHirouuh Town Co,
aul dcod 3t U7 Oay St., Knoxville. Tcnn
Wai.tbk b. Gwvn,
W. W. West.
GWYN & WEST,
(Successors to Walter B.Gwyti)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loaii9 Securely Placed at
Commissioners oi Uceds.
OFFICK SoutlteaHt Court Square.
D. S. WATSON,
Real Estate Agent,
(Nut a Speculator.)
For Suit A large amount of valuable City
I'miwrty, improved nnd unimproved.
For Sale Some fine farming hinds
timber and mineral lands.
I can secure for parties buying City
from mc money to Improve the snme on most
Money to loan on giinil city anil country
Oilicc hours : l'rinn s to ti.
I. S. WATSON,
Southeast Comer Conrt Squurc,
Aslievillc, N. C.
REALESTATE AND MINERALBROKER,
Ashcville, N. C.
Ciiii sell vou one million acres of land, in
Iraclsfimn no to KIO.IHIO acres, lluvc
numlier of city lots, improved nnd unin
nrovcil. which I can sell on the best of termi
If vnu want n low or small farm call on mc.
If you want minerals of any kind, you need
Co tin further. If you want timber hinds,
this is headquarters. In fact I can suit you
in nnvthiiiK vou want in my line.
Services of a lirst-cluss civil engineer jind
practical surveyor engaged to show up nil
,,r,,.., tv iv hen reunited. I have had tillcen
vears' experience In the real estate business,
and think I know what will please. Prompt
attention to ull inquiries.
Real Estate Brokers,
And 1 Investment : arcihs
llliccs: No. GO South Mum si. nccouu uooi
HltK. LIFE. ACCIDENT.
At the Bunk of Ashcville,
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
Represent the followinK companies, vii. :
( A S4 1 ASSIITS IN I'
Anijlo Scvntlil. .
mtineutnl. ol New ii"
lamliurK-llrcmen.oi i.ern n.ij
.ondoti Assurance, ot bnnlnnil
1,1 !(. tint
Niuciiril, ol New vors
Inent, oi nurum
'hiL-nix, ol nroosi.vii...
St. I'nul l'irc ana Murine,
Siiulhcrn, of New Orleans
Western, ol l oronio -:
Mutual Acemcni hjhtouu....,
.-litnn Life Insurance Company,
Cosh Aswets, ,ioo,ouu,ouu
ON THE PART OF THE EQUITABLE.
. ,i.if ixil.Il-V. WHICH. 1.1 KB A HANK
IIKAKT, IS A S1MPI.I! PROMISE
. ...viilTIDNS WIIATUVHK ON Til It
12. D. Monroe, Agt.,
Ashcville, N. C.
Oflicc with Tuilcc Aston. febaadllin
... . 1 : .1 n.nv Im riuiiid in Sliimk
I nciniuv. --. . . l; ,,.,
1,,, ,1,1,, nr. I,,,,, iitim wv-nt- J
Iiurv's stn 11c, un .cnii.Kt .
. " f,i,n, i-.-irriiiL-cs. Iiukkk'S,
wiiKons, nnd nnytliinc else in their line. Kc
puirhilt nnil h.irsi-sl.i.c-ii.K nrc- siieemlt.es.
... u. ...r..l the serviecsof Henry
oil. iind would Ik- flensed tn reeeive n lilier.il
in- cif natronncc. Sntislneuiin ru iri
sy B. WOLFE,
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL PLASTERER.
All kinds of cement win 1.1
loliliiiiK and kulsonimnr:
u..i,l.nec. Clnvton St. Orders etin ic n-ii
with W. H. WeslHll : L"
WM. Ri PE
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS,
Ashevllle, N. C.
p. o. BOX
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
MORG ANTON. N. C.
ALL KINDS OF DRESSED
INSlllU FINISH In Uueell Anne and ullstylcs
now in use.
Mouldings of various kinds.
Can compete In prices with any mnnumct
urer in the South.
COMMENCING MONDAY, JULY 22,
$15,000 WORTH OF
Goods Must be Sold to
Fall Stock of Clothing and Gents'
Tlio LiidicH of Aslioville will fintl this a van cliiincotobuy
ariuii8 in Fino (ioods, coiisistiiifj; of IJl.vck and Colored
hv (ioods, White (Hoods in Mull, Tersifin Lawn, India
Linens, Linen Cambric, Striped
Lisle and Silk Gloves, Ribbons
Laces, Hamburg and Swiss Muslins, a lare stock of No
tions, Dress, l'earl and Crochet Buttons, (ierniantown,
Shetland antl Saxony Yarn,
iroidery Material, l'ride West
Blenched Domestic, Table Linens, Napkins and J owels.
Warner's Health Corsets, f 1.00
Warner's Coraline Corsets, .HO
Thomson's (ilove-Fit ting ( 'onsets, .V)H
A 75c. Corset for 551.-.
A 50c. Corset for 35c.
Ladies' and Misses' Hose, a, large stock.
Straw Hats at any price.
Many more goods which will require an inspection.
s too small for our growing
.1 ill J 1 . . i I
move tne l loining hilo uie i -
Whitlock's Dry (Joods Store,
usive (ientlemen's Outfitting
to close out the entire stock
ancy (Ioods at wholesale or
as quickly as possible!. ery
'OR SALB 11 Y -
GIRDWOOD & LEE, Proprietors
Buncombe : Brick : and : Tile : Company,
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
. O. ItOX 313.
I'or the reception of ptitieitts suffering of diseases
of lungs iinrl throat, and conducted upon the plan ol
the sanitaria's at Gierlicrsdorf and Falkenstein in Ger
many. Ours is the only such institution in the United
States, and endorsed by the leading members of the
medical profession. Terms reasonable.
THE CAROLINA SALOON,
Has the Finest and Largest Stock ot
WHISKIES, : BRANDIES AND : WINES,
Ever Brought to Asheille.
Purlks ishiiiK u K.md urtiele for family or other purposes, will Hud it to their iuterest to
give me a cull. Kcsiicctliilly,
Frank O'Donnell, Propr.
BOUIS & BROTHERTON,
Plumbers & Tinners.
STliAM ANU OAS F1TT1NI.,
TIN AND SLATK KOOl'INO.
Eumaces and Heaters.
Jobbing Promptly :
: Attended to.
22 Patton Avenue,
J. C. BROWN,
MERCHANT t TAILOR,
23 Patton Avenue,
I Next to Grand Central Hotel.)
VTLANT1C COAST UNB
on and after this date the following sched
ules will be run over its "Columbia Division.
No. 53 I-caves Columbia. 6.JO p. m.
Arrives at Charleston 9.3f) p. m
No. 62 Weaves Charleston' 7.10 a. m,
. .. , l-nlnmhta 11.55 a. m
.... with trains to and from all
point, on the Charlotte. Columbia ft Au
gusta and Columbia ft Greenville Railroads.
UB'lyT. M. BMRKStlN, Uen. Pass. Agt.
J. K. liBV'INB, Gen. Supt.
DRY GOODS AT COST
Make Room for Our
and Thud Muslins, Kid,
of all kinds, best quality
Zephyr 5c. per oz., Silk Eni-
Wamsutta and Fruit Loom
trade, and we have decided to
, .4-, unlit 1W . 111 . (1 U
wim - i nuut, nww iuwim.
in order to establish an ex-
Business. We .'ire compelled
of Dry (ioods, Millinery and
retail. We wish to do this
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
VON RUCK, B. S., M.
A. D. COOPER,
We presume Ashcville has more comments
passed upon it than any other city in the
State. They say "Such elegant building,
such fine houses, and such splendid food."
Hotels, linurding houses and private families
ure often asked hy their visitors "Where do
you get Hour to make such elegant bread ?"
"Why, nt CooiK-r's, where the licst of every
thing can lie hud in the way of Groceries."
Our aim is to furnish the purest and tiest
goods for the least money, to wage bitter
war ngainst nil adulterations of food prod
ucts and never buy cheap groceries for the
purpose of selling below cost.
Schedule Street Railway.
r.. inkr effect l'ridav. March 1. at 8.30a. m.
Car leaves Court House .3" ,"
" " !!!"!"""'.!b!isU "
.. ' 9.IKI "
From then till 7 p. m. car leaves court house
every 30 minutes.
Also, car leaves court house at 8.00 p. m.
and U.OO p. m.
FARB. FIVB CBNTS.
CURED BY OLD SPECIALIST
Bottle of medicine Free. We war
rnnl nur rrmed v toeure the worst
eases, and the only physicians whodo this to
prevent your neing mm i" "
using false names nnd who are not Doctors,
riecausc others failed is no reasor for not
using this medicine. Give Express and Post
office address. It costs you nothing. Addles.
Asnhel Medical Bureau, 291 Broadway, New
A iair of fine Mules, kind, and good work
ers; also wagon and double harnew. Apply
tu C.J. McCAPB,
34 Grove St.