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Tlliio. K. DAVinsoN, Tllos. A. Jiinks,
Rlilciih. J- 0. MaMIN, Ashcvllle. :
, J Anhtvillot
,JAVi)af NfARTtN ajJliS.
Attorney" nnd Counsellor, lit Law,
A.hrville, N. C.
, Will ik in tWllth iml i at Judidal
nlslricU. 1 in the Supreme Court ol Norlli
Carolinn. nnd in the I'eilenll Courts ol the
Western District of North Carolina.
Keferlo lllink of Aslieville.
ZllSsTi.. MOOUK. IIITI'I' HliKKICK.
Attorneys nml Counsellors ul bn ,
I'.nctiee'inthe "lnitc.l Stnles Circuit iiinl
I ,it"el Courts nUsl.eville.Sl.itesville thiir
I. tie mill t'.reensl.oro. in the Supreme Court
t RnleiKh. nn.l in the emirts nl the 1 we U.
judieiul District ol the State of North Lino.
"social ntlentio. Riven to eollcclion of
C''iiaTl'nersl.l. .loenot ektciul to pr..eUec in
lluncomlic Inferior Court.
t7ii7ih " .o. mi:huimon.
(Illll fit MHKK'MDN,
Attorneys nml Counsellors nt Law
.Practice in ull the courts.
office: Nun. 7 and H, Johnston uuililiiut.
w. W.JONKS. KO. A. HHPFOKI..
JONliS H SHl'l'QKll.
Attorneys at Law,
Ashevillc, N. C.
1'meties in the Superior Courts of Western
North Carolina, the Supreme Court ol the
state, nml Hie l'nleriil Courts at Ashevillc.
Office In Johnston liuildlHK, nhcrconc nuni
her of the linn can always lie louiul.
J A. TliNNIiNT.-
Arcliitect and Conlraclor.
Huns, specilicntlons anil estimates fur
nished. All work in my line contrmled tor,
anil no Charlies for drawing" on contracts
.Hwnrileil me. .
Helercnces when dcsinil. ,.,,,,
.urti.-c: So. 1U llenilry lllock, North Court
S.pmre. Asherille. N. C li li unity
JJ II. DOUGLASS. II. II. S.
DENTAL ROOMS, . NO. 2 SOUTH MAIN ST.,
OvcrC.ranl Viiii:ert's Unit: Store.
Krf.1cmTrr ,,niy:?t: il1""'1 y
rn7iKi!VKS, 11. U.S. i 11- K- SMITH, U.ll.S.
ttrtt. Rccvch & Smith.
In Connallv lluihllnc. over Ke.lwoo.rs Stoic,
Teeth cxtrnctcil without pain, with the new
nnasthetic, lindnll cases of Irregularity cor
JJ p. lU'KGIN, M. 1.
New Ornn.l Central Hliildiiili. over IliK Uli
w 1 k'AMSAV, 1. D.S.
in nnrnnr.l Iluil.liiiK lintiances, 1'atton
j venue anil Muin Street.
. ST; l'raiik Harvey,
Office at Sevier's Stable.
Resilience with Mr. Nntt Atkinson, Jr.. No.
jul'Jo il l'Jm
KTIll'K M. I'IHI.1.
Mil nivlhatiienl ocular defects of the eye cor-
""llmiw -tor examination 0 to 12 a. in., -' to
.-.p.m. . jnltldtf
IMIIhiK teeth a spccinltv; also treatini; .lls
rnscd K.ims and all diseases pcrtnininj; to the
i lllicc rooms on I'atton .Avenue, one iloor
west iifCnsLy'li jewelry store,
ttultnlilc for Saw Mill, Sc.
- Apply to
J sTKtSt'T RIJWAY.COM PAKV.
iiu7 ilKwi-'w '..
Kooms on Main street, opposite the post-
Vf()Trn dnilv. eicept Sundays, froth II) li. m.
until 1 V. in'., nml I"..:il until 7.:i" p. m
The term I'f sul.sci ipt.ou are: One year
.': ni. o; :i mm, $1 ; 1 mo., niuts,;
ilnilv 2 cts. , . ,, , .
Officers for 1SM rres.dcnt, R. R. Kawls .
Vicr-I'resiilcnt, Charles W. Woolsey: Sce.nnil
Tre., I). S. Wtson; l,il.rrinn. Miss I-.. J.
"CTfJr.-'i.flrt'TlsS'tArs'ari c.WiAuV Invited
til illlllTI'l IV pulonue mill ioWrilll. UtV.r
names as memliers. feliWdtl
All eyes Wtt,qiwil t Buara.itee.l. A com
plete sUVli'oV Wic"j3)OVT; (roods nl
iitStlUTli MAIN SlVlliliT.
Oculists' tMwscrlprtiTiis a si clalty.
, f any dmilrT Mri InSfcaTSf
Shoes wltlwut u.l and .jftv
the buttotu. put taliu do,lrfi as
W. Li 'DOUGLAS
Brat In th world. K.arnlnf . W
SS.OO OKNI1INC IIAND-SI.II IT) SIIOB.
4.00 HANI1,SB'KII l T SHOR
3J10 f'OI.IOK AM) FA I' i:HS' fHOB.
EITKA l .tl.l'l-:.. s. r rjnvu.
ii.OO and (.. !T -
II made In Conrn
Boat Material, ttf.i. r
It asl sold hTTour dealer,
W. I. WIIOLAS. 1
Kanlue W X In. .. n ll.oi)
HlioeM for eiitliueii nitd l.ticlleH
Fur xik' bv
W South Main Street, Aalit villc, N. t-jaotndly;
j,itx mm i .mb :iy
.! ii jinn ,n .ikAJ
Hl'HINi:tJi AND Pl.KASVRi:.
I'or first-clnss boflil, at miSDiinlile
U'rnis, apptr to lrs. F. K: Itacse, c.irucr
College nml Spruce streets.
Hklcr Sister "Oh, Von: fancy yntli self
very wise, 1 ilnre say; but 1 can (ivc you
a wrinkle or two." YcuiiiKor .Sistx't "No
tloulil, and never miss them."
A Lovely Woman
overheard one say of her, "Ily heaven!,
she's painted"! ''Yes," relorteil she, in-'
diHiiiiutlv, and liyavcnoiily"! Kudily,
health mantled hcrcheek, entliioiu'd on
the rose and lily.. Yet thisheniitiful lady,
once Ihin ami pale, with a dry, hacking
conjjh, nij,diL-sweats, and slight spitlinn
of lilood, Seemed destined to fill n con
sntiiptive's grave. After spcmlimr him-,
drcds of dollars 011 physicians without
lienefit, she tried Hr. Tierce's ('.olden:
Medical Hiscovci y ; her improvement was.
soon marked, and in 11 lew months she
was plnnip and rosy at;aiii, the picture of
health ami strength. It is the only medi
cine of its class, sold liy drug);ists, under
a positive ijuaranU'c that it will Ih iicIU
or cure in all cases of disease for which it
in recommended, or money paid will lie
Hush money The wages of a haliy's
l'lumiux Fire In Hie veliiH.
We hold positive proof that Acker's
Ivuglish lilood Klixir cures all Mood poi
sons where cheap sarsaparillas and so-
eallcil )iinhers lull. Knowing tins, we
will sell it to all who call at our stoic on
a positive guarantee. T. C. Smith et Co.
A lawyer is never so blind hut he can
not cite authorities.
For lame hack, side or chest, liscShiloh's
Porous Plaster. Price -T. cents.
SIMUdl'S CorC.ll and Consumption
Cure is sold by us on a guarantee. It
Nothing but a thorough bass vocalist
would utter forged notes.
(five tlie Cliilclren 11 Cliimcv.
There is something radically wrong
with the health of a child when it seems
listless, has poor or no apjietilc, eyes
sunken and with dark skin licncath. In
most case's showing these symptoms the
child has worms, and all that il needs is
sonic simple remedy, such 1 lis Hart's Worm
Cream, to expel the worms, and the child
will soui) lie in perfect health again. Pa
rents, try il and let your little ones have
a tiiir chance for life.
The dead-letter ollicc is n great place
for uncalled fur remarks.
No liniment is in better repute or more
widely known than Hr. J. II. McLean's
Yolcanic Oil I.inimcnt. It is a wonder
ful remedy. Forsalcbv F. I,. Jacobs.
"(ict but o' here," said the hen to the
China pgg. "You don't belong to un
set." IH Coimumlilloii Incurable?
Kea.l the following: Mr. C. II. Morris,
Newark, Ark., says: "Was down with
Abscess of Lungs, and friends and
physicians pronounced mc an Incurable
Consumptive. Megan taking Dr. King's
New Pisco very for Consumption; a 111 now
on my third bottle, and able to oversee
the work on my farm. It is the lincst
medicine ever made."
Jesse Middlwart. Pecalur. Ohio, says:
"Had il not been for Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption I would have
died of Lung Troubles. Was given uphy
doctors. Am now in best of health." Trv
it. Sample buttles free nt F. L. Jacobs'
If Lord Duma veil's yacht could capture
the America's cup, the linglisli would
never get Hunraven about il.
This remedy is liccoming so well known
and popular as to need no sKcial mention.
All who have used lilcctric Hitters sing
the same snug uf praise. A purer medicine
does nol ex island it is guaranteed to do all
that is claimed, lilcctric Hitters will cure
all diseases ol the Liver and Kidneys,
will remove Pimples, Boils, Salt Khcuni
and other affections caused by impure
blood. Will drive malaria from the sys
tem and prevent as well as cure all
malarial leva's. For cure uf Headache.
Constipation and Indigestion try Ivlectric
Hitters lifltire satisfaction guaranteed,
ur.,nioney refunded. Price. uO cts. and
$l.l)1 lei- bottle nt F. L. Jacobs' drug
Brssic "How dreadfully ill-fitting all
Miss Dowdy's things are." Jennie
"She'd have to have apoplexy to get a
letter Than Moody HuttlcH.
Ccncral Whcatcroft Nelson says: "My
ox (K-ricucc in the lvnglish army as well as
in America, convinces me that uollijugso
purifies the blood or adds to the health,
vigor ami lilc as Acker's lvnglish Hlood
Flixir," This great remedy is sold under
a positive gilHrautee.
Priest (to a very sick man) "Now if
you have nny earnest desire in your
heart, nmne it." Sick Man "Iwnntto
THAT HACKING COPOII can he so
quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure, We
W1LI, YOU SPPFKK with Dy8iepsia
mid kiver Col" plaint? Shiloh's Vitalizcr
is ffuarnntced to cure you.
WeakighVf.oud morning, Miss, Tra
vis! I hi)V I ?ee you well ?" Miss Travis
"1 don't lictycvc you do. You arc blink,
yHpcn?V. lCMar, Itt-Hlu.
These are the, actual slejis whidifollow
indigestion. Acker' Fnglish Dysepsin
Taldcts will both check rmd cure this
most tearful of diseases.
Stranger in the Court Room "What
time have yon Rot, please?" Prisoner at
the Counsellor's table "1 can tell yon
better after the trial."
vSHiLOH'S VITAL1ZKU is what you
need for Constipation, Loss of Ap)ctile,
Dizziness, and all symptomsuf Dysiiepsia.
Price 10 and 7."i cents per buttle.
CROUP, WHOOPING COIT.H and
Hronchitis immediately relieved bv
He "What are you thinking of, darl
ing?'1 She "1 was wondering if I should
look well in n bridal dress. I've never
had a-chance to see, you know."
Pirflplts, iioils and other, humors, arc
liaMe to apicar when the blood gets
heated. The best remedy is Dr. J. II.
McLean's Sarsaparilla. For sale by F.
"lie was trying to give mc the cold
shake," explained a young woman who
va bcdire a Judge for disorderly eon
duet. "He was, ell ?" replied his Honor.
"Is he in the employ of the ice or cold
Many mothers have ierniittcd their
children to die liefoiT theireyes when they
might have liccn saved. Any mother
who keeps house without .1 bottle ol
Acker's linglish Itaby Soother at
baud, runs a risk 'hicli she may some
time regret. It: has . avd the lives of
thousands of children, and is doing so
No matter what the school of phvsic
They each can cure an ache or phthisic
At least 'tis saul thev can;
Km us Science turns the wheel still faster,
And ipmcks and Ingots meet disaster,
To us there comes a man
Whose merit hnlh won countless zealots,
.WIhi useaudiirflist' lns"Pleasant Pellets.
The "Pleasant Purgative Pellets" of
Dr. Pierce, though gentle 111 action, arc
thorough, and never fail to cure brllious
ness, diseased or torpid liver, and consti
pation. Landlady "He careful how von whip
that carpet. It's a very tine pice of
work. 1 rmnp ( working lur Ins dinner)
"Ycs'ni. It's hard to beat."
Mow lloclorsi Conquer Uculli.
Doctor Waller K. Hammond savs :
"After a lung experience 1 have conic to
the conclusion that two-tlunlsol all the
deaths from coughs, pneumonia and con
sumption might be avoided if Acker's
Fngiish Cough Heniedy were only enre-
lully used in tunc. 1 his wondcrlul Kcm
cdy is sold under a positive guarantee.
Wife I looking in sl aliuner's window I
"Whal is Ibis rcprmluclion of Kgyptinn
bicro'dvphics ?" Husband "No, that is
a specimen of work dune by the winner
in a high-speed typewriting contest.
One .1 Dr. J. II. McLean's Liltlc Liver
and Kidney I'illels, taken at night before
going to bed, will move Ihe bowels; I he
cllect will astonish you. For sale by 1'.
Miss (lutham "1 adui'e travelling.
Were yuu ever in Greece, Miss Loin?"
Miss Loin lid Cinciuiiatti 1 "No, I never
was, but papa was in thai lard trust,
SLi:i;i'Li;SS NIGHTS, madcniiserablc
bv that terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure is
the icuiedv for vou.
CATAKKII Cl kl-I), health ami sweet
breath secured, by Shiloh's Catarrh
Keinedv. Price 50 cents. Nasal Injector
lice by T. C. Smith K: Co.
IMilor's Wile "I wonder whal can be
the matter with Mrs. Smith; she hasn't
returned ill v visit yd." Kililor lal.sent
minilcdly Perhaps you neglected to en
close a stamp.
"An i. Ik'r is a watch thai lacks buth hands;
As useless il it goes, as when il slamls."
Also! huw many women, though house
hold and children need llieir care, arc
necessarily idle, because sitllcring from
diseases peculiar lo thcirsex. Toallsuch
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is a
precious boon sin'cdily curing internal
inllanimalion, Icucorrhca, displacement,
ulceration, tormenting periodical iiaius,
prulapsus, "bearing-down" sensation,
morning sickness, bloating, weak stom
ach, nervous prostration, and tendency
lo cancerous disease. In all those ail
meuls called "female complaints," il is
llie most reliable specific known to medi
They were walking by the sad sea
waves when Theodore picked up a
stranded vegetable, remarking, "This is
what the poet calls a sea beat, sure."
They now meet as si rangers.
Huckleu'M Arnica Halve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi
tively cures piles, or no pay rcipiired. It
is guaranteed to give pcrtccl satisfaction
or money refunded. Price 2f cents K't
box. Forsalcbv F. L. laeobs. daw
An Irishman was planting shade trees
when a passing lady said: "You're
digging onl the boles, are yuu, Mr.
Haggertv?" "No. imiiii, Oi'm diggin' out
the dirt an' laviu' the holes."
Many p.opte habitually endure a feel
ing ol lassitude, because thev think thev
have to, If they would take Dr. . if.
McLean's Sarsaparilla Litis lecling ot
weariness would give place to vigor and
vitality. I'or sale by F. L.Jacubs.
Young Lady I to music dealer I "I
want 'Your Love.'" Young Clerk
"Hem! Woul 1 like to accommodate yon,
but t lie fact is 1 promised it to another
girl at a leap year party."
A rl.ll.VSANT I.ICMON IIKIXK.
I-'or biliousness and constipation, take
For indigestion and foul stomach, take
For sick and nervous headaches, take
For sleeplessness ami nervousness, take
I'or loss uf appetite and debility, take
For fevers, chills and malaria, take
Lemon Klixir will not fail yuu in any of
the above diseases, all of wliicharisefroni
a torpid nr diseased liver, slumach, kid
neys, bowcis or blood. Prepared only
bv Ph. II. M.izi.i'V, Atlanta, Ga. "
"SOc. and $1 per bottle. Sold by drug
gists. A I'UUMIXK.NT MIXISTUK WKITKS:
After ten years of great suffering from
indigestion, with great Ih rvuus prostra
tion, biliousness, disordered kidnevs and
cuiistipatiuu, I have been cured by Dr.
Mozley s Lemon r.lixir, and am now a
well man. Kev. C. C. Davis,
Klder M. 15. Church, South.
No. as Tatnall St., Atlanta, Ga.
aprl'l dtuc'-M th su
Piosems iv the most elegant lor.fl
THE LAXATIVE AND NUTRITIOUS WUHOE
FIGS OF CALIFORNIA,
Combined with the medicinal
virtues (if plants known to be
most beiielicial lo the human
system, forming; an agreeable
and effective laxative lo perma
nently cure Habitual Consti
pation, and the many ills de
pending on a weak or inactive
erudition of the
nmm, LIVER AND BOWELS.
Il is themosr excellent remedy known lo
CLEANSE THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY
When one is IIiI.imh or Constipated
PURE BLOOD, REFRESHING SLEEP.
HEALTH nnd. STRENGTH
Kvorv one is using it and all are
delighted with it.
ASK VOUR ORUOQIST FOR
HTHUP OI PIOH
MANUFACTURED ONLY BY
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
lowiviue. tr licw row. . r.
A Toun Wnmun WhoM Four Accepted
Suitors-FIkto Iled. "
A strati story printed in the St.
Louis Glouo-Dcnioerat caused consid
erable commotion in the southern end
of Ihnt city, where tlio laxly in ques
tion resided quite awhilo.
Tho story was told by a clcrfryman
of tho Epiacoptd churchy who ban been
a sufferer from tho lady's strange, fato.
Tho lady in question is but a visitor to
America, whenco sho camo to try and
shako off a spell of which she Iirnily
behoves sho is tho victim. A few
years previous to lier leaving "His
toric Culedonia" sho returned from tho
patrimonial estates of tho family, nino
and one-half miles from the llolyrood
palaco, in Edinburgh, to Aberdeen.
IJy the death of her father, since her
arrival in this country, sho has hecomo
au heiross to a larco est'ite. She is re
fined, graceful and handsome, but tho
fatality attaching to hor makes her lifo
an tinfinppy one.
When but 17 years old sho became
strongly attached to a nephew of tho
bishop of Carlyle. Ouo day, while
riding across tho heath in his com
pany, she had a presentiment that ho
would proposo tlmt night and that sho
accepted. She saw him, in a moment
ary vision, lying, nalo and cold, bv
the rondsido. Hewildered, sho invol
untarily stopped her horse, and in an
other moment full in a swoon. Ho
boro her to a cottager's near by, and
on her recovery the bashful young
man's lovo hud been so intensified by
anxiety that, in a moment of mutual
tenderness, they were betrothed. After
escorting her home he had to pass the
same spot to return to his domicile.
Tho next morning they found him
dead near where she had fallen. His
borso had evidently thrown him, and
ho had been killed by tho consequent
injury to bis head.
Tho lady recovered, and eighteen
months afterward she was betrothed
to an English naval olliccr, who was
suddenly ordered to the West Indies
to join 11. M. S. sehoolship Eurydiee.
Tho next spring, on the return of the
ship home, sho was wrecked, and all
on board but two wero lost. The
young lover was not one of the saved.
Time healed tho lady's twice wound
ed heart, and her affections were won
by an English army ollieer, who was
drowned shortly after tho betrothal.
The night ho was drowned sho was
uttending a ball, and, uccording to her
statement, sho was seized with a sud
den attack of dizziness and fainted.
On reeovuring she said sho had seen,
in a vision, the ball room suddenly
transformed into a submarino cavern,
containing nothing but the corpse of
her accepted lieutenant. Sho could
never bo induced to danco again.
It took a great deal of persuasion to
induce her to become a fiance again,
lint the persistence of an American
sea captain conquered her reluctance,
and slie accepted him. He returned
to Uliiladelplna with his ship for the
purpose of putting his atfairs in shape
for the wedding. While his ship was
at anchor olf tho Delaware Break
water ho was also drowned. Tho bride
elect came to tho (junker City after
ward, and, having relatives in Caron
delet, resolved to make a long visit to
Tho clergyman who furnished the
facts above related met and loved the
lady, and she apparently reciprocated,
but when lie propositi she replied by
telling him her story, and all his elo
quence failed to change her resolution
never to marry. His attention to her
had been a matter of society gossip,
so that there was something of a sen
sation where there appeared in the so
ciety columns of The Globe-Democrat
an item stating that sho had gone to
visit friends in tho interior of tho
state, and would soon return to her
home in Scotland to reside perma
nently. A I.effnl Amulet.
The jilea of insanity as a defense in
criminal actioiis is becoming pretty
threadbare, but a device by wliieh the
same effects are secured seems to be
working admirably. Nowadays it is
the fashion to claim that the criminal
in mi action, whether it be theft, black
mail, murder, or what not, is tho vic
tim of a sunstroke Apparently a sun
stroke is the niost convenient thing a
person can possibly havo. It ullows
liim to continue his ordinary course of
lifo uninterruptedly, but confers upon
him the privilege of doing anything
his vagrant fancy may suggest, quite
unhampered by moral or legal restric
tions. The Irishman who described a "child
of fancy" as a child who did whatever
ho fancied doing was not very far out
of the way in describing tho condition
of a man who lias been so fortunate an
to have a sunstroke. That lucky ac
cident places him above responsibility.
A mini in a western city amused him
self recently by firing a revolver into
a crowd, wounding thrco persons, ono
of them fatally. A physician's cer
tificate was produced "stating that,
owing to the effect of a sunstroke re
ceived in India, tho prisoner was ut
times irresponsible for his actions. Of
course, there was nothing to bo said
after that, and even tho idea of shut
ting tho man up seemed to his intel
ligent and impartial judges a super
fluous precaution. Ho was allowed to
go at largo on tho strength of his lucid
intervals, tho inference iieing that the
oflicials themselves wero not troubled
by anything of that sort.
It would not be difficult to multiply
instances, although it is hardly neces
sary; whoever has thought of the
nuitter must have recognized tho con
vineiug nature of tho argument from
sunstroKO when properly applied to
tho averago jury. To ono who has
any inclination toward a disregard of
tire laws a sunstroke would seem to be
of the greatest possible benefit. It k a
thing, moreover, so easy to have, so dif
fieuhto disprove and so admirably flex-:
ible in its effects, that it would seem a
matter of tho most obvious policy for
whoever is likely ever to find himself at
varianoo with uuthority to provide
himself with a certitlcato of sunstroke
at once. Boston Courier.
It is stattnl that an alloy made from
copper and a new metal culled silicium
has the malleability and color of vir
14 ncrcs oflimil on Denver 1'iini ro.nl. .just
.npuiile .(. S. numett's. A line site for n sul
iirlinn rciilence. A nice knoll covemt with
eluver an.l some tine oaks, with lienntiliil
views ol' itioiitittiins nml the city. A rare
chanec to buy tiueh a piece ul Inml with niec
clear spring K.tshiiiK from the hill. Terms
easy ami price low.
UOSTIC, RI. ANTON .S: CO.
am '. iltr
PlfA Cl'KKU nv 1)1.1) SI'KClAI-IStT
L I V physician.
rl I II "ottle of miilielnc Kree. We war
III M rant our remedy toeure the worst
cases, anil the only physicians whorio thin tn
prevent your IteiiiK imposed upon by men
nsii.K lalse names nml who arc not Doctors,
fct ausc others faiied is no rensoi for not
.."inc. this medicine. Oive Kxpress nnd Post-oltict-
it.l.lri-HA. It eostn you ttwthina Addto
Asahel Medteal Uurcau, 291 llrouriwn'y.'NcV
Walteh n. c.)n, -1 w. w. ww.
(Sui-uL-siorN kii. Wulttjr B.tiwyn)
: 1 1 1
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loans Wecurcly Placed at
Notary I'uhtie. . CoJiiinwsionera ol livrcls
Ol-'FICK Houtlieattt Court Square.
Win. M. Cocke, Jr.,
Can sell .viu one million iurm of Intnl. in
traits from fio to 100,000 ncres. Have n
nuinbir of eily lots, improved ami unim
proved, wliit h I ean sell on the best of terms.
If you want a larr or small 1arm call cm tne.
if you want minerals of any kind, you neeil
no no fnrt,hcr. If you want limber lauds,
litis is liendcpinrtrrs. In laet 1 ean suit you
in anylhinx you want in my line.
Servieisofn firsl-elass ervil enKtiutrand
praetieal surveyor enai'd to show up all
property when required, I have had I'd Lee 11
years' e'xpericnep m the real estate busThfts,
ami think I know what will please. I'rompl
attention to all inquiries.
Real Estate Brokers,
And : Investment s Agents.
Olliees: No. "iO South Main st. Seeond Iloor.
pIKIv INSl KANCIi.
FllilO. LIFK. ACCIDKXT.
PULL1AM & CO.
At the Jit a nk of Aslieville,
ASIIKVII.1,1:, N. C.
Kepreseut the following companies, viz. :
ViUll, C A SI I ASSI-TS IN
Auiilo Nevada, of California $2, VX,
Continental, of New Void.,
U am bu i K-Bremen, of Ceriuany
London Assurance, of IvtiKlaud
Niagara, of New York
Orient, of Hartford
I'lnenix, of Brooklyn
St. I'ntil Tire ami Marine, of Min
nesota Southern, ol New Orleans
Western, ol Toronto
Mutual Accident Association.
.-lit tin Life Insurance-Company.
1 . 1 1MI
ON THE PART OF THE EQUITABLE.
A NI.W roLlCV, WHICH, I.IKIv A BANK
l.KAl'T, IS A SIMl'1,1-; puomisi;
NO CONDITIONS W II ATH YliK ON Til IC
D. Monroe, A- t.,
Ashcvilur, N. C.
Ollicc with ImlKe Aston. Iebli;idtim
po THlv I'CIUJC.
The undersigned tnav be found in Shank's
new btiililinn, one door we l ol J. Wood
bury's stable, nn College stfeKt. They arc
prepared Lo inauulacLiuc caxrtacs, buKies,
wa'im. ad anything else in their line. Ke
pairitiK and horse-shoeing arc Specialties.
1 hev have seciircri tne so r vices 01 itenry row
.11, and would be pleased to receive a liberal
share o) patronage. Satisfaction Kuarnnteen.
jid;i .Him IU'KNIiTTIi I low A KH.
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL PLASTERER.
All kinds of cement win k ilmir.
bihhiut: and kalsominitiK promptly at
Residence, Clavton St. Orders can be left
with W. H . Westall ,V Co. febitcHim
WM. R. PENNIMAN,
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS,
Ashevillc, N. C.
1. . Ilox I.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
MOKl'.ANTON, N. C.
MANUFACTURES ALL KINDS OF DRESSED
INSIIH; 1'INISH in oiievn Anne ami all styles
now in use.
Moulding" various kinds.
Can compete 111 prices with any manufact
urer in the South.
If what von cat hurts you
ui-iT 'r . v.
ol- il vou are troulileil
MA A Hiiirtliiirn,
lIITIl'r I Hi""!'"''"'.
IIU11 1 1 I... Spirits.
YOU ? Kiilmy Ciiniplniiits.
Try n liottlc of
Aromatic t Invljforator !
It Hns Ktuoil the tt'stii ol'tlie public fnr ovi'r
a qiiiirti-r ol'a ecntiiry, anil tlluiiHiinrln have
u-slitu-il to lt value. Semi for ein'ular and
testimonials. 5(1 cents mill $1 ierltottlc.
For snlc by
F. L. Jacobs,
Corner Mnln Stiwt ami Tntton Avemw.
HHATH .S: MI KR AY, Onirrnl ARtn., Boston
R E A t HT A T 1 QOOWORTH OF DRY GOODS AT COST
COM31ENCING MONDAY JVhX,
CHANGE OF BUSINESS.
Goods Must be Sold to Make Roni , for, Ouu;
Fall Stock of Clothing and Gents'
The li.-ulii's of Aslii'villc will lirnl -tliisn rare rlitiiii-olohny
lifiryains in Fine (ioods, coiiMist iiijjc of iihick .ami Colored
Dress (ioods, Wliid' (ioods iii Mull, Persian Lawn. India
liineiis. Linen Canilirie, SI rijied ami I'laid Muslins, Kid,
jisle and Silk (iloyes, Rjhhons of all kinds, best, quality
La-ees, Ilainliur'j: and Swiss Muslins, a. lar'e sioek of No
tions, Dress, Pearl and Croeliet I'.utlons, (Jerinantown,
Sliet land and Saxony Ynrn. Zephyr .. per m., Silk Em
broidery Material, Pride West Wainsutta, and Fruit Loom
ISIeaclied Domestic, Table Linens, Napkins a lid Towels.
Warner's Health Corsets, $1.00
Warner's Cora line Corsets. .SO
Thomson's (Hose-Fitting Corsets, .OS
A I'm:. Corset for "ic. ;
A ."iOe. Corset for .'."(.
Ladies' and Misses' Hose, a Irii'e stock.
Straw Hats at any price.
Many more goods which will require an insiectioii.
OUR CLOTHING DEPARTMENT
Is too small for our growing 1 rade, ami we ha vedceided to
move the Clothing into the corner store, now known as
Whit lock's Dry (loods Store, in order to establish an ex
clusive (lentleiuen's Outfitting
to close ont the entire stock of Dry (ioods, Millinery and
Fancy (ioods at. wholesale or retail. We wish to do this
as quickly as possible. ' Very
- FOK SAl.K II Y
GIRDWOOD & LEE, Proprietors
Buncombe t Brick i and : Tile t Company,
ASHUVUXli, N, t.
V. O..IHIX S13,
"THE WW YAH' SANITARIUM."
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
l;ur llit reception of paticnls snHiriii)! ot iliscnscs
ol Inns and throat, am! coiKliK'tcrl iiKHi the plntl ot
llicsanltui'ia's nl CiarlKisilorf and I'!ilkeimHininGi:r
inanv. (hns in the only such institution in the I'uited
Sink's, and endorsed by the leading nwnibcrs of the
medical piolcKsinn. Terms reasonable.
KAKLVON KI CK, It. S., M. II.
THE CAROLINA SALOON,
Has (he Finest and
WHISKIES, : BRANDIES : AND t WINES,
Part irs wishing ti 'iol arlitli- for tnniily or
five mc u tall. KtsiKill'ittly,
AND' HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
Cur Load of Terra Cottu urn! lfluc Vk.
Irishes, llruslics and Hcst Wall Colors, bought
1 have also nn cxjiertencecl anil conipthnt
liuv sci'oml-hattd stoves,
C. S. COOPER, -
BOWS &- BROTHERTON,
Plumbers & Tinners, i
Sl'liAM ANll HAS 1'lTTlNt;,
TIN ASH SLATli KOOl'lMi.
Furnaces and Heaters.
JobbiiiK Promptly :
: Attended to.
22 Patton Avenue,
juUlO ditwl v
J. C. BROWN,
MERCHANT j TAILOR,
. K ....... ...... . .
as Patton Avenue,
tNcxt to Grand Central Hotel.)
..n .vi r ! 7"T5:jt? .i v.f?.n ;mT"'
, MISCELLANEOUS. .,. ... ,.,
Imsiness. We are eompellod
Jill 20 (l.tni
I-arjjcst Stock ot
oilu-i'inirpoFtH, will tiiul it to lluir itiirittt to
Bath Tuba, Wuudcu Ware, 1'auit-s, uiln,
from fust hands fur cash
man who repairs stoVts. Will CxclKniKC ft't or
39 South Main Street.
A. D, COOPER,
We preitmr Ahcvtmrhas tntrc eommtiits
passed upon it than any other city in the
SUvie. They snr -ynh ekxnnt ImiltliKs,
sik-Ii fine houses, and suet) splendid food."
Hotels, hoarding houses and private families
are ofleri aslied ly theTr visitors "Where do
you set flour to make such elegant bread?
"Why, at Cooler's, Whitv the best of every
thing can be hud in the wny of Groceries.'
Our aim Is to furnish the purest and lest
iriHMfci rr (he emtt money, to wage bitter
war against all adulterations of food prod
uct find never btrr leheap jftx "f the
purpose of selling lelov coot. .,!.,
A pair of tine Moicv. kind, nml iruotl worki
en; alsu wul'oii and double harness. Apply
to . C.J. MvCAPK.
2 Grove 81. "
ANBW DKL, carefully prepared by lead
inft snuaihcrft of the Ashevillc bar (on
finest parchment and heavy flat paper), cor
nn Co., No North Court Sqonre. fianlOtf