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Tiiko. F. Davidson, Thou. A. Junks
Raleigh. Jas. O. Martin, Ashcville.
A she vi lie.
AVIDSON, MARTIN Xz JONES,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law,
Ashcville, N. C.
Will lr uliee. in the 1 1th and 12th J ml trial
Districts, nml in the Supreme Court of North
Carolina, anil in the Federal Courts of the
Western District of North Carolina.
Refer to Hank of Ashcville. dtwel
CI1AH. A. UOOKtt.
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law,
I'raeticc in the United Statin Circuit anil
I listrict Courts nt Ashcville, Stntesvillc, Char
lotte anil Greensboro, in the Supreme Court
at KaleiKh, anil in the courts of the Twelfth
Jmliciul District of the State of North Caro-
"slieclal attention Riven to collection of
claims. , 1 . .
Partnership iloes not extend to practice in
Huiieomlie Inferior Court. iltoeCl
V. II. COI1H. I- MKKMMON.
Ollll ! MliKKlMON,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law.
Practice in nil the courts,
nfliee: Nos. 7 and H.Johnston lillilihilK.
W. W. J"N US. GEO. A. Slll'FOkU.
JONUS It 8IIUPOMJ.
Attorneys at Law,
Ashcville, N. C.
l'raclies in the Superior Courts of Western
North Carolina, the Supreme Court ol the
State, anil tile l-eileial Courts at Ashcville.
Office in lohnston liuiltliiiK. where one iiitm
ucr of the iinn can always he lounil.
J A. TUNN1SNT,
Architect and Contractor.
Plans, specifications an.l estimates fur
nished. All work in my line contracted lor.
and no ehurncs for draw iilKS on contrai ls
n warded me.
Kelcrenees when desired.
ulncc-; No. 11! Hendry lllock. North Court
S.Ulirc. Ashcville. N. C. lelilDUly
V II. DOI'GI.ASS, 1). I). S.
DENTAL ROOMS, . NO. Z4 SOUTH MAIN ST.,
Over Oram At WinKcrt's IHUK Store.
Uesidencc. No. H..Hey St. Wl'rtly
K. II. KHIiVKS, II. U.S. II. K. SMITH, D.D.S.
Drs. Kcecs & Smiiit.
In Coiinallv HuildiiiK, over Kedwood s Store,
Teeth cMiaeted without pain, with the new
uuastlietic, and all cases of irieBu.ai lly col lected.
I lll'UOIN, M. II.
Ol l ltli :
New Grand Central HiiililiiiK, over Uiy 1!1
lelil 7dl in
I'. KAMSAY, I). 1.S
In llamard HuildiiiK lintrances,
Avenue nail Main Street,
Or. l'rank. Harvey,
Ullicc at Sevier's Stable.
Kcsidence with Mr. Natt Atkinson, Jr., No.
211 llavwood street,
jula.l d l'-ni
JKTHUK M. FIELD,
All mechanical ocular defects of the eye cor
rected. , ,
Honrs lor examination U to 1 ii. in., - to
Bp. m. 'UI:'
ll.F.Arriujfton.M. 1)., II.II.vS.,
I'llliiiK teeth a specialty; also treat UK dis
eased Kiinis and all diseases pcrl.-iiniim to the
dental structure. ,
tllliec rooms on Patton .Avenue, one dooi
west of Cosliy's jewelry store.
THE ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
Kuotna on Main street, opposite the post-
"'linen dally, except Sundays, from 10 a. in.
until 1 p. m., and 5.30 until 7.3(1 P. in.
The terms of subscription arc: One yenr
$!';( nios., $1.50; 3 mos., $1; 1 nio fillets.;
"( iflicers for 1SR9 President, R. H. Hauls;
Vice-President, Charles W. Woolscy ; Sce.aiul
Treas., D. 8. Watson; Librarian, .Miss li. J.
Citizens and visitors are cordially invjlei!
to inspect the catalogue and insciuie then
names as members. leliMdti
(ICHMOND & HANVILLI-: KAIIKH.U'
(Western North Carolina fivision.l
PASSRKOIW Piil' IK I MlvM'. I
A8MBVI1.LE, N. C, June 1. ! SX1I. (
passenour train s-iiiuh i.e.
In Effkct Junk 2, imk'.i:
7 1 3pm
M 50 pm
l .", i-piu
1 2 25uin
1 2 50pm
j "No. 55
1 1 50ain
" New Orleans
Ashcville, . . I
No. SO No. 52
71 lam I 4-4-1-pin
6 31 l)iitl J
Mr Sleeping can on all night trains.
IAS. L. TAYLOR, W. A. WINIU'RN,
O. P. A. I'. H A.
SOL. HAAS, T. M.
Commencing June 30. the following Passen
ger Train Service will be oieratcd on Sun
days lictwceu Ashcville and Waynesville:
8 35 am
7 53 pro
7 2N pin
7 14 pin
6 111 pin
Lv. Ashcville Arr
" Sulphur Springs "
' J'igeon River "
" " CLvde
8 55 am
9 Oil am
9 47 am
10 (15 am
Fur first-e'liiss bond, lit reasonable
tvrnis, iipply to Mrs. F. Ii. Ilrvcsv, corner
College and Spruce streets.
SjieakiiiK about "cotton bainj,'," is
it ut tile knees?
The must jiopular liniment, is the old
reliable, Dr. . II. McLean's Volcanic Oil
Liniment, For sale by F. L. Jacobs.
A lecture on fruit should always liexiti
with a pear oration.
FreKh I' all.
Iv. Ilrcese has just received a line line of
Iresh lish mullet, trout, hlue iereli ann
the celeliraled wbitinj;. l'riecs to suit
everybody. No. North Main street.
The Order of the Hath "A piece of
soap and towel, please."
How Uuclurs conquer Iicatli.
Doctor Walter K. Hammond says;
"After a loan experience I have come to
the conclusion that two-thirds of all the
deaths from coughs, pneumonia ami con
sumption might be avoided if Acker's
liuglish Cough Remedy were only care
fully used in time." This wonderful Rem
edy is sold under a positive guarantee. '
Rabbits tire mercenary; when one
marries he is sure of taking a haress.
F-legant lot of neck wcar .iust received
Hay fever will make even the most
unassuming man blow his own horn.
Sl.lilil'UiKS XKillTS, made miserable
by that terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure is
the remedy for run.
CATARRH CURliD, health and sweet
breath secured, by Shiloh's Catarrh
Remedy . I Vice 50 cents. Nasal Injector
lice by T. C. Smith & Co.
The song-and-dance man doesn't mind
being clogged in his movements.
Stylish fall hats, finest and largest
stock in Ashcville, at Whitlock's.
Mississippi leases ail herionviets that
is, all but Sullivan. She simply releases
iive the C liildieii a Chance,
There is something radically wrong
with the health of a child when it seems
listless, has poor or no appetite, eyes
sunken and with dark skin beneath. In
most eases snowing fliese symptoms the
child has worms, and all that it needs is
some simple remedy, such as Hart's Worm
t'reani, loexpei the worms, and the child
will soon be in perlecf health again. Fa
rents, try it and let your little ones havi
a fair chance for lite.
While the gill phiz is rarely seen nowa
days, the beer mug seems to be popular
If you feel unable to do yourwork, and
have that tire I feeling, take Dr. J. II.
McLean's Satsaparilla ; it w ill make you
i.right, active and vigorous. Forsale by
The American sheep is getting plenty
ol attention these days, especially the
black variety of him.
Flaming I ire in Ilie Vein.
We hold positive proof that Acker's
Hnglish lilood Elixir cures all blood poi
sons where cheap sarsaparillas and so
called purifiers iail. Knowing this, we
will sell it to all who call at our store on
a positive guarantee. T. C. Smith & Co.
William Thaw, of Pittsburg, whose
death is announced, left $li,"i,(l()(l,()l)l),
which his heirs will freeze on to.
Fall and winter clothing now arriving,
made sjieeially for our trade, at Whit
lock's. Hrown-Scquard's last name is pro
nounced seekar, and the more ol hisciixir
of life you take the seekar you get.
Filly pieces fruit of loom, twenty pieces
1 0-4 sheeting, line dress goods, one hun
dred dozen handkerchiefs, two hundred
dozen ladies' and misses' hose at cost, at
There were no baseball nines before
the Hood, but Noah was the boss
pitcher; he pitched the ark.
SHILOH'S VITALIZI-R is what you
Dizziness, ami allsymptouisofDyspepsia.
l l ice in ami i ,i et ins icr uoiuie.
CKOl'l'. Wilool'ING COUGH and
I irouchitis immediately relieved bv
As cremation gains in vogue it becomes
inure and more rash for a man to. say he
will never smoke again.
One hundred school suits, short and
long pants, $2 to $5, durable and styl
ish, at Whitlock's.
Itotilaiiger is still issuing manifestoes
lo the French, and his "gall" must be
admired even by a nation of Gauls.
A Sale Investment
Is one which isguarntced to bring you
satisfactory results, or in ease olfailtuc a
return of purchase price. On this safe
plan yuu can buy from our advertised
UruL'iiists a bottle of Dr. King's New Dis
covery fur Consumption. It is guariitecd
lo linng reliel m every ease, wnen used
lor anv affection of Throat, Lungs, Hron-
chitis. Astlunn, WhoopingCuugh, Croup,
etc., etc. H is pleasant and agreeable to
taste, iiexlcctly sale, and can always ne
depended upun. Trial bottles free at F.
L. Jacob's drug store.
Mr. lidison is going lo visit Krupp's
works at Fssen. He expects to meet
there some of the biggest guns in lvurope.
Distress after eating, heartburn, sick
headache, and indigestion are cured by
Dr. J. H. Mel'an's Liver and Kidnev
Fillets (little pills.) For sale by F. L.
The bov who was lient on eating the
green watermelon was in the same con-
dition about hall a,n nour inter ue uuu
Fall overcoats itist received, cnual to
merchant tailor work, nt Whitlock's.
Ferspiruti'in never reigns but it aires.
DyMnepMla, Dexpalr, Ueath.
These are the actual steps w hich follow
indigestion. Acker's English llyspcpsiu
Tablets will both check mid cure this
most fearful of diseases.
Hens arc kept btisv finding the means
for moving the crops.
Disease lies in ambush for the weak ; a
feeble constitution is ill adapted to
encounter a malarious ntmuspherc and
sudden changes of teniKTature, and tile
least robust are usually the easiest
victims. Dr. J. H. McLean's Sarsapa
rilla will give tone, vitality and strength
to the entire bodv. For sale by F. L.
The shepherd dog is not a game ani
mal, though he is progressive ewe cur.
THAT HACKING COUGH can be so
quickly cured by Shiloh'S Cure. We
V ILL x UU 5l r r r.K wup lysieisiu
and Liver Compluint? Shiloh's Vitalizer
is.guuranteed to cure you.
Value of AdvertlHenientH.
"Do I believe in advertising," said a
prominent lawyer, a day or two ago.
"Well, rather; and in the hidden adver
tisement more than in any other. 1 re
member, one day, reading a very inter
esting storv, that ended in what I took
to be a pull' for Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pur
gative Pellets. I threw down the paier
iii a rage. not. a wcck aiLcriuni i ueeueii
some medicine of that kind, and went and
bought those same little pills. Did I find
them good"? "Why, yes, the best thing
of the kind I ever saw, but thathasnolh
ing to do with the first question, and I
only mention the jolee on myself to show
that advertising does pay."
American tourists who have been there
s iv that it requires no small amount of
"tin" to live in Cannes.
tetter Thau Hloody IlattleH.
General Whcatcroft Nelson savs: "Mv
cxerience in the English army as well as
m America, convinces me that nollungso
purifies the lilood or adds to the health,
vigor and life as Acker's English lilood
Elixir." This great remedy is sold under
a positive guarantee.
Fortign advices state that the war in
Crete is raging violently. It apiears
that Crete has lieen rather indiscreet in
her treatment of the Moslems.
We desire to sav to our citizens, that
for years we have been selling Dr. King's
New Discovery lor Consumption, Dr.
King's New Life Pills, llucklen's Arnica
Salve and Electric Hitlers, and have
never handled remedies that sell as well,
or that have given such universal satis
faction. We do not hesitate toguarantee
t hem every time, and we stand ready to
refund the purchase price, if satisfactory
results do not follow their use. These
leinedies have won thcirgreat popularity
purely on their merits. F. L. Jacobs,
We all know that it is wrong to talk
about jieuple liehiml -their backs; but
talking about a man in front of his back
is nut su easy.
At first a little, hacking cuugli,
"'Tis iiuthing but a cqjd,"
They say, "'Twill very suon wear ull."
Alas, the story old !
The hectic cheek, the failing strength,
The grief that cannot save,
And life's wan llauic goes out, at length,
In a consumptive's grave.
If persons would use Dr. Pierce's Gul
den Medical Discovery, when irritation
ul the lungs is indicated by a enugh, it
would be an easy matter to avert con
sumption, lie wise in time. The "Dis
covery" is guaranteed to cure in all cases
of diseases lor which it is recommended,
or money paid for it will Ik- promptly re
funded. The girl who sees her lover leading a
rival through the mazes of the waltz
can't be persuaded that "there is abetter
Millinery, trimmed and uulrimmcd, be
low cost at Whitlock's.
lie was a base-ball player,
.Who made a lass iiis bride,
And folks remarked, when they were
"Ah! now the score is tied."
Sick headache is the banc of many
lives. This annoying complaint may ln
curcd and prevented by the occasional
use of Dr. J. 11. McLean's Liver and
Kidney Fillets (little pills). Foi sale by
F. L. Jacobs.
There is talk of forming ii table glass
ware trust, hut it is so thin that people
can very easily see right through it.
Many mothers have iermittcd their
children to die licfore thcireyes when they
might have been saved. Any mother
who keeps house without it buttle ol
Acker's English liaby Souther at
hand, runs a risk which she may some
time regret. It has saved the lives of
thousands ol children, and is doing so
That -the moral nature of the pig is
essentially mean and selfish is proven by
the fact that he is always willing and
ready to "squeal" . when he gets into a
For lame back, sidcorchest, use Shiloh's
Porous Plaster. Price 2C cents.
SHILOH'S COUGH and Consumption
Cure is sold by us on a guarantee. It
A very sensitive 'horse is better than
any other for hunting, because he is
quicker to take a fence.
Too well known to need lengthy adver
tisements Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy,
oil cents, by druggists.
The mosquito never wails till the first
of the month. He sends in his bill at all
nuekleu'H Arnica Salve.
.The liest salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, lever
sores, tetter, chnpiicd hands, chilblains,
corns, ami all skin eruptions, and posi
tively cures piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give jK-rfcct satisfaction,
or money refunded. Price ''" cents per
box. For sale bv F. L. laeobs. daw
Dry Goods and notions at cost at
ii rcnts iii the moM cIckiuii fonu
S HE LAXATIVF AND NUTRITI0U8 JUIOE
FIG3 OF CALIFORNIA,
'ombiut'd with the medicinal
i lnes of plants known to be
nost beneficial to the human
system, forming; an agreeable
and effective laxative to perma
nently cure Habitual Consti
pation, and the many ills de
pending on a weak or inactive
ndition of the
KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS.
It is the most excellent remedy known to
CLEANSE THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY
When one it Rilious or Constipated
PURE BLOOD, REFRIBHIMO SLIER.
HEALTH and STRENGTH
r ATURALLV FOLLOW.
Kvery o.e is using it and all are
delighted with it.
ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR
8YnTJr ox x"xca-s
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAM FRAKCISCO, CAL
iouisyiui. Kt new row, r.
ONE OPIUM EATER CURED.
Bat It Took a Term In Sing Mug and
Endless Agony to Do It,
A confirmed opium smoker was re
cently usked whether ho pvor knew a
person who hud been cured of the
"Oidy onffo," ho replied, " and then
it wasn't a voluntary euro by any
means. Ho was a man about 35 years
old, who had been a slave to tho habit
for fifteen years. Ho was so given up
to it that Ilia business wont to smash,
and he used to resort to all manner of
things in order to got money to pur
chase a 'shell.' Ho used to crave
eight shells or $2 worth of opium a
day, and 1 have frequently met him
in a joint that was run by two tough
ChinBinen in Marion street, offering to
roll for smokers in order to share their
opium. Ono day ho hud been with
out a smoke for about seven hours,
and ho became so dosiiei'ale that
lie tried to rob tho till in u
grocery store. He was detected
and arrested. lie got word down to
tho joint telling of his misfortune,
and begging for God's sake that some
body would send him some opium. I
bought some dry opium pills and got
thein in to him ufter a deal of trouble.
Tho next day I called on him and a
more miserable wretch 1 never saw.
Howassull'ering tho tortures of hell.
He was doubled up with cramps in his
stomach, and tho inevitublo pain be
tween tho shoulders, which feels as
though somebody was driving spikes
into your flesh, was racking him.
Theso tortures wcro joined to severe
pains in all tho joints, as though the
limbs wcro decaying and would soon
drop off. Ho had been without opium
so long that ho was fairly famishing,
and tho small quantity of the drug 1
had been ablo to send was disposed of
in short order.
" 'There isn't a fasto of it left,' ho
yelled to mo as I entered bis cell in
the Tombs. Then lie rolled bis tongue
around as though searching for any
small particles that might be hidden
uway in a tooth. 1 gave him tho pills
I hod brought. Ho seized them like a
starving man would seizo a crust of
bread. Ho placed two of them iu his
mouth and rolled fhein around until
they had dissolved, and then washed
them down witli a mouthful of water.
In u few minutes ho was lying on his
cot as placid and happv as u healthy
baby. I kept him supplied with opium
until hn was tried and sentenced. 1
managed to slip a few of them into his
hand as ho was on his way to Sing
Wng. I heard no more of him und
forgot all about him until one day, on
Broadway, several years later, a stal
wart, rosy cheeked fellow slapped mo
on tho (shoulder and heartily shook
me by tho hand. I was nearly sur
prised into u (it when ho explained
that ho was the opium fiend of a few
years ago. Ho said that when he
got to Bing Sing tlio habit was
ou him very strong. Tho pills
I had given him had crumbled to dust
in his pocket, and had beeorno so
mixed up witli a lot of other stuff that
ho could not use them. Ho was in a
raging torment that nigliLand cried
for tho drug. The keepers found him,
and tho prison physician, who was
called, fortunately diagnosed the caso
correctly. It wasn't much credit to
him, however, for every feature of tho
man's face and every motion of bis
body almost proclaimed him an opium
fiend. Ho was removed to tho hospital,
and tho physician was kind enough to
get interested in tho caso. He braced
him up witli hypodermic injections of
morpluuo every time the craving came
on, aud by n lilwral uso of this drug
filially wore away tho desire for tho
other. Of course this treatment cre
ated tho morphino habit, but this was
more readily cured, und my friend
soon lost ull desire for drugs of any
kind, and is a prosperous, happy man
today. If ho had not been arrested ho
would certainly havo gone tho way of
all tho floods, and havo ended his
life himself, or died miserably in some
holo. Ho tried to reason the caso with
mo in hopes that I would surrender
tho drug and endure tho agonies that
such a privation would produeo for
tho pleasure attending tho feeling that
I was no longer a slave to it. I havo
heard all of those arguments a thou
sand times, und frequently I havo lain
in a joint with another smoker, and
wo have both sworn off, and the very
next day we would both be in tho
same place again. I am get ting worse
every year. Tho habit is growing
more expensive, and tho longer 1 am
at it tho less disposed do I feel for
work of any kind. My memory is
failing mo now, and I am already
pretty well along on tho downward
read. I'll go u littlo further down,
and then good-by to everything."
New York Sun.
A lluliy Horn Kith Teeth.
George Hakor, a restaurant keeper,
living ut lot) Park avenue and doing
business at 118 Madisou street, is tho
proud possessor of a baby girl who was
born with u set of teeth. When littlo
Julia Oiino Baker arrived in town a
day or two ago, very red, very bald
and weighing six and a quarter
jmunds. she horrified the nurse and
astounded Dr. Phillips, tho family
physician, by exhibiting an upper row
of six whito front teeth und lour per
fect ones on her lower gums. They
were almost fully developed and were
hard enough to uso ou tho toughest
beefsteak in existence. It might be
thought that the littlo stranger would
develop accomplishments iu keeping
with tho early growth of teeth and
startout, walk, talk, sit up at tho table,
and perform ever so many clever acts,
and her fond father doubtless gleefully
imagined that sho would do something
of the kind to sort of keep up tho
record, but sho did uono of these.
Sho can bite, though, and that, too,
good i!.. hard, us her father can tes
tify, sho having got his littlo finger in
her mouth and made him dance.
However, tho little ouo shows remark
able sigus of physical vigor, and at
present she eats bread sopped in milk
and little particles of tenderly cooked
chicken, a feat which is said to bo un
precedented in tho anuals of medical
cieuce. Chicago Special.
W. I). UOWE,
ITALIAN AND AMERICAN MARBLE,
GRANITE MONUMENTS, ETC.
AH kin tin ol' Monuments, Tombstones, Hcnd
atunes, L'rnn and Vases mudc to or
der tn the latest designs.
Aslieville, N. C.
NEW ICE CREAM GARDEN.
Electric Cura Pass tlic Door.
I herewith notify the jiublie that this day,
May 1, I have rnlded to my well known Kes
titurant a fine
Ice Cream Garden.
The same has lieui litteil up neatly for the oe
casioii ami I will always have on hand the
choicest ol' Creams and Sherbets and Cakes.,
Also, can supply families at shortest notiee
iu large or small (uautitics. So conic in ntnn
time and have some line lee Ci cam and Cakes
and don't forget that at Strauss' you willt!
Tlie Ht'Ht of Ice Cream,
and where always polite and attentive wait
ers will he pleased to serve. Come early,
come often, come one, come all, ami k'vc
your friend Strauss a ood many calls.
15. vSTRAI SS,
ARIHiN PARK HOTEL,
AND FAMILY COTTAGES,
'.'j miles south of Ashcv ille, on the A. S
i -iilroad is now open lor the stum.
Ior circulars aihluss
THUS A. Mol-IKIS. I'rop'r,
muvlMtf An len, X, C.
This beautiful summer resort is situated
immediately on the Murphy Division of the
W. N. C. K. li., halt way between Ashcville
and Waynesville, anions the most attractive
scenery iu the mountains.
The hotel is new ami well furnished, hirc
anil well ventilated. Telegraph ami l'.sl
i Hliccs iu the house.
l-'resh mutton, milk ami butter Mipplied
from the premises.
Parties call leave Ashcville in the intuiiiiij;
take dinner aud return iu theeveuiu.
For terms aud other iuhn-mattin. auply to
J. V, Siuatlicrs
jul.'t (I. 'if ii Manager,
I'KI VATIC BOAKII.
XUW IKll'SH! MilVl.l I l lJXlSlllill I
A 1.1. MOIIKKN IMf'Kn li.MUNTS.
MRS. E. J. THYLER AND MRS N. B. ATKINSON.
No. L'll Haywood Strt-t-t.
; ill v
A lurKf, airy liiiusi', :t I s I'at tuu Avi-iim-.
on stri'i-t i-iir linr. (looil loi-atioti Terms
ivasiiila Ilk-. (i it ill tarr.
jill l.il.lill MKS..I. 1.. SM ATM ICRS.
MPS. S. STICVIvNSON
Has removed to the Johnston Building, Put?
ton avenue, corner of Church street, where
she is prepared to keep iv.milar or transient
bonnier". Table furnished with the best the
market affords. 'I enns reasonable, uifirlllnili
ROUND KNOB HOTEL
McDowell to , X. C.
i Situated on the W. N. C. K. K. An hour's
ride from Ashcville.)
First elass iu every respect. Mineral waters
I-ilhia, Iron, Alum and Iron, Ked and
While Sulphur ami Magnesia.
The most picturesque spot in Western
Funics leaving; Ashcville on the l.oli p. ill.
train can have dinner on their ai rival by tel
egraphing from the depot.
Terms reasonable Special latcs to fami
J. Ituiow Krwin,
julU d.'lm Froprtctor.
IT HK. L1FK. ACCIDENT
PULLIAM & CO.
At the Itauk of A"hcville,
ASlll-VII.I.K, N. C.
Represent the following companies, viz. :
CASH ASSKTS I r.
Anjto Nevada, of California S'J. H'T.sart
Continental, of New Vord t-,H7r.r,j;t
Hamburg-Hrenu-n, of t term any 1 ,t lIP,do4-
1, tuition Assurance, of Kaland 1 .iVtXP'.ifi
Niagara, ot New York 4-lli
H ient, of Hartford 1 ,ui7.tiij
FhL-nix. ol Urooklyu o, o;. i , y
St. Faul Fire und Marine, of Min
Southern, of New Orleans 4."!D.(i.s
Western, ol Toronto l.oitn.iiai;
Mutual Accident Association.
flitna File Insurance Company.
Palacc Steamers. Low Rates.
Four Tripa per Week Beiwt cu
DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAMD
PotoBkey.Sault sto. Murio, and Luke
Huron W iy PorU.
vry Week Day Between
DETROIT AND CLEVELAND
6cll Sunday Tri during June, Jnl . Atiu.i i..l N I.
Double ri.il Lino Be- win
CHICAGO AND ST. JOSlPH, MICK.
OUR ILLUSTRATED PAWPKl r
K.tM and Exouml 'TiTiokem will hln i.u . u
bv yourTlokt Amit, or. id'. i
E. B. WHITCOMB, Q. P. A.. Detroit, fc.n...
Detroit and Cleveland Steam k..v. Co
From two to six bed rom-", fully furnished
nd usual attention, with or without board
High locution. Excellent water ,
For terms apply to
au7utf 158 CHESTNUT TREUT.
BUICK ! - BRICK i' I''"iuaK
FOR SALE I1Y
GIKDWOOD & LEE, Proprietors
Buncombe : Brick t and t Tile : Company,
ASlIIiVII,!.!:, n. c.
i o. m ix .'tin. jui:;r d:im
" THE WINYAH SANITARIUM, "
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
l'or the rccqilinn uf patients sulTirini; of diseases
ut Iiiiil;s and throat, and I'onduetcd upon the plan ol
thi-sanitaria-s at fiiLrlifrsdorf and FalkensU'hi in Ger
many. ( )nrs is the only such institution in the United
States, and endorsed by the leading niemliers of the
nieilieal profession. Terms reasonable.
KARL VDN RUCK, B. S., M. D.
THE CAROLINA SALOON,
Has Hie Finest and Largest Stock ot
WHISKIES, : BRANDIES : AND : WINES,
ICvcr Brought lo Ashcville.
1'artk-s nisliiiiK a ooil ariiele lor family or other purposes, will find it to their intercut to
xJve nie a eall. Respectfully,
Frank O'Donnell, Prop'r.
AND HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
Car 1. 1 . ad of Term Cotta ami Flue Pipe. Math Tubs, Wooden Ware, Paints, Oils, Var
tiislu s, P.rushes and Mest Wall Colors, bought tVom first hands for eash.
I have also an experienced and competent man who repairs stoves. Will exchange for or
liny seeiuid-liand stoves.
V. S. COOPER,
BQUIS & BROTHERTON,
Plumbers & Tinners.
M'UAM AMI OAS l-'ITTINll,
TIN AMI SI.ATli UOOI-'INC..
I'uriiacvs and Heaters.
Jobbing Promptly :
: Attended to.
22 Patton Avenue,
jul.-'.li il.Vwl v
i- C1K1-.1I 11 V OI.ll Sl'liCIALlKT
R nil VKit-l k
N ,1 liottle of mediiine Free. We war
III W rant our remedy to cure the worst
cases, and tlu only physicians whodo this to
prevent your lieiiiK imposed upon by nun
usiiil; faise nanus and who are not Doctors.
Because others failed is no reasoi lor not
usinn this medicine. iivc Kxpress and l'ost
ollice address. It osts you nothing. Addiess
Asahel Medical (tureau, ".tl Broadway, New
York. ian J7d.Vw1 v
J. C. I5itOVN,
MERCHANT : TAILOR,
25 I'attou Avenue,
(Next to Grand Central Hotel.)
aprl'd 1 y
14-acres of laud on Heaver Iani road, just
opposite J. S. Kurm tt's. A tine site for a sub
urban re "idciicc. A nice knoll covered with
clover ami some line oaks, with beaulilul
views of mountains and the city. A rare
chance to buv such a piece of land with nice
clear spring" Kli,lK from .the nib. Terms
easv anil price low
hostic, 11I4ANT0N & co.
A pair of tine Mules, kind, and Knod work
is; also waj;oii and cbmltk- harness. Apply
1, C.J. McCAlMv.
12 C.rove St.
For gentlemen. A perfect shoe at a moderate
ctsi Try a pair of our specialties in gen tie
men's foot wear, at jji.vno, $.oo,$M.ra, $Lnt,
$li no am) $-.oo. livery pair warranted, lix
aiuine our specialties for ladies at $V.tHi,
S'J.'.m. $''.. -o ami $'.no, unexcelled for com
fort, du abililv and style.
Insist on having the .jriginal M A. I'ackard
V Co.'s Shoes. The gemnm- have our stamp
on bottom ot each shoe. Sent postpaid to
any part ot the I'. S. on receipt of price. M.
A.'l'ACKAKU .S: CO., Hroekton, Mass. For
sale in Ashcville by
11. ui:nvoo & to.
augl 1 deod Minis su we fri
I IS WALl STRKKT.
Through the NATIONAL STOCK KX
CMAM'.i;, 01- F St., X. W., Washington,
It. C. Brokers in Stock, Urnin and Oil. Coin
missions ami Margins satisfactory, lixelu
sive advice. Orders by Mail anil Telegraph
promptly executed. auUS d:tm
Street Car Notice.
In order to enable the company to overhaul
all its ears, the rej-uUn ration Avenue car
will be withdrawn for about a week. Begin
ning Thnrsdav morning. liJd inst., a ear will
run from the IHpot to Melke's, and another
from the licpot to lioubLcday, each ear re
turning over same route Passengers north
and west of the Court House desiring to go
from Fatton Avenue tit North Main street
and vice versa, will be transferred at the com
pany's ard. South of the vard, passengers for
Patton Ave. and for North Main St. will have
to w ait for car running over these lines. This
will give one ear running from the Square
- t rv hour and hall hour to Depot, and by
trausteiring at vard one ear every minutes
to houbleilav aiid to Melke's. Notice signs
on outside of ears indicating route ot ear
The regtdar "Train" ear w ill be run as usual
ASllliVU.Lti STRISKT RAILWAY CO.
All persons who have hauled Sand from my
bind on French Hnmil river without iKTmis-
sioit art nsiK-cttnllv rciuestcd to eall at once
- .... .mi.-.- mul SHTTI.F. FOR SAME.
After this week 110 one will lie allowed to
loail Sand unless they present a ticket signed
hv me. Call at ottiee anil huy tickets.
aulMdlw C. E. ORAM AM
The store nbw occupied by S. Ellick ns a
l,nucs rumismng uuu -. j vn.wur.
under Swannanoa Hotel for rent. Apply at
tore. awG llw
;;9 South Main Street.
A. D. COOPER,
We presume Aslieville has more comments
passed upon it than any other city in the
Slate. They say "Such elegant buildings,
such line houses, and such splendid food."
Motels, boarding houses and private families
are often asked by their visitors "Where do
you get Hour to make such elegant bread ?'
"Why, at Cooper's, where the best of every
thing can he had in the way of (iroeeries."
Our aim is to furnish the purest and lcst
goods for the least immty, to wage bitter
war against all adulterations of food prod
acts and never buy cheap groceries for the
purpose of selling below cost.
J. X. MORGAN & CO.,
No. 3 Barnard Building-.
Scliool Hid College Text
Books, a full line. PoetH, His
tory, Uoiimnce, Biography,
Tra vel and Novels, Family
Bibles, S. S. Bibles and Test
aments, Oxford Teachers'
Bibles, Song Books of all
kinds, largestock Stationery,
Blank Books and Office and
Scliool Supplies. New line
Ladies' and (ients' Pocket
books just opened. Fancy
(ioods and Dolls.
UANFOAD N. LOCK WOO 1.
HroouiH, WhiskH, Hearth and
Mill and Factory grades a specialty. Quo
tations ami samples free. feblfitlly
The Ninety-Fifth Semi-Annual Session be
gins MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1HHU.
For catalogues, address the Rector,
REV. BENNETT SMEDES, A. M.
junx d 'tin os
HIGH SCHOOL FOR BOYS,
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
Ronald MacDonald, B. A.,
Tlic sthulastic year will oiwn
WlillNliSllAY, SKPTEMHHK IS.
Terms Fur Iluiird, Tuition in all liranchi-B,
anil every exin-nse, $:uu) iicr annum. Dv
Meluilars $so per annum.
l-'or furtlier information ac'.dreas KEV. D.
II. ni'HL, Aslieville, N. C until Sept. 1 ;
nftel that aililress MR. KONALD MacDON.
AI.ll, llenil Master. iull!7 (12m
HENDERSONVILLE, N. C.
Season of lKS9-0O Opens Monday, Sept. 30,
and closes first Thursday in June, 1H90.
A full corps of instructors In Ancient and
Modern Languages and Literature, Moral
and Physical Science, Commercial Arithmetic,
Surveying, Physiology and Hygiene, Music
(Vocal and Instrumental), Art, Drawing and
Painting. Pull particulars can be had from
RICH'D H. LEWIS, A. M., M. D.,
julltd3m tufri President.
By virtue of a Ieed of Trust executed tome
bv W. N. Keller and L. B. Keller on the 7th
of une, 1KMH, to secure the payment of a cer
tain note mentioned in said Trust, which said
Trust is duly registered in the Register softiee
of Buncombe county in Book 13 page 876 of
mortgage records, I will ell for cash to the
highest bidder at the court house, door in
Ashcville on the 7th day of September. 1889,
two lots, situated on each side of Hall street
in the city of Ashcville, being vacant lota,
i This Aug. H, '89. JAMES BUTTRICK,
aug9 dlawt fri