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TllKI). V. DAVIlnWN, TllOS. A. JoNKS
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AVIUSON, MARTIN & JONKS.
Attorney and Counsellors at Law,
Asheville, N. C.
Will pmticc in the 1 1th and 12th Judicial
Districts. ;pd in the Supreme Court of North
Carolina, and in the Fcdcrnl Courts oi the
Western District of North Carolina.
Kcfer to Hunk of A she v ilk-. dtttel
C H AH. A. UOOKK.
roOKB & MEKRtCK,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law,
l'rnetiee In the United States Cireilit and
Distriet ConrtH at Ashcville.Statesville, Char
lotte and Greensboro, in the Supreme Court
at Kaleih, and In the eourts uf the Twelfth
Judicial District of the State of North Caro
inn. Seeiiil attention given to collection ol
Partnership does not extend to practice In
Duncomtic Inferior Court. dtoc3
T. II. COllll. . 0. MKKK1UON.
OI)U & MliKRIMON,
Attorneys and Counsellors ut Law.
Practice in nil the courts.
Office: Nos. 7 and K, Johnston building.
w. w. JONKS.
TON liS it SHUPOKD.
OKU. A. KlIUFOHII.
Attorneys at Law,
AshcviMc, N. C.
I'rncties In the Suerior Courts of Western
North Carolina, the Supreme Court ol the
State, nnd the 1'cilcrnl Courts at Asneviue.
Office in Johnston liuililinK, where one lucni'
tier ol the hnn can always oc iouiiu.
J A. THNNUNT,
Architect and Contractor.
O'laus, siiecificntioiis and estimates fur
nished. All work in my line contracted for,
and no churls for drawinKS on contracts
W(.,rini'fR when desired.
Office: No. 12 Hendry lllock, North Court
iiare. Ashcille, N.C. icniiruiy
H. DOUGLASS, I). L. S.
DENTAL ROOMS, . NO. 24 SOUTH MAIN ST.
Over Oranl Nr Viiicrfa lmiK Store.
Kesidence, No. US li.iilcy St. fclilodly
K. II. KliKVliS, II. 1).S. II. K. SMITH, 1). II.
Vrt. Kceves & Smith.
DENTAL tSEX OFFICK
111 Connally liuililinK, over Kcdwood's Store
Teeth extracted without pain, with the new
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JJ I'. UUKGIN, M. D.
OH Itli s
New Grand Central liuililinK. over Illy 1!
" 1'. KAMSAY, II. U.S.
i Office i
In Harnaril liuililinK Kntranecs, 1'atton
Avenue ami Main street.
Ir. tKrank Harvey,
Office at Seier' Stable.
Kesidence with Mr. Natt Atkinson, Jr.,
alt lluvwood street,
jiiias d 12m
RTllUR M. FIELD,
All mechanical ocular defects of the eye cor
Hours for examination U to 12 a. in., 2 to
0 p. m. ""
Dr. B. F. Arrington.
i Mlice rooms on 1'atton .Avenue, one door
west ol cosoy s jeweirv iwi.-
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KICIIMONU & DANVILLE
(Western North Carolina Division.)
Asiirvii.lk, N. CJuiie 1,1 HSU.
J'ASSliNGKK TRAIN SCHEDULE.
In Ukfbct JITKK2, 18SU:
No. (53 I
" New York,
' " Kichmond,
4 21 lam
7 lit pin
1 5 I pni
1 2 2."U1U
5 15am I
I 3 311pm I
1 02pm I
I No. 65
I No. 54
No" 60 I No. 62
6 15 pm
1 1 45am
. Hot Sprinfrs
3 25 pm
- Sleeping cars on all night trains.
IAS. L. TAYLOR,
G. V. A.
W. A. W1NBUKN,
D. P A.
SOL. HAAS.T. M
Commencing June 30, thefollowing Passen
ger Train Service will la- oisrated on Sun
days between Asheville and Waynesvillc:
Asheville Arr I 7 53 pm
8 55 am
I 7 28 pm
7 1 4 pin
ft 5ti pm
ft 37 pm
C, 1 u pm
0 DO pin
9 47 am
10 06 am
10 24 am
UVMKVMH, AND PIJiASUKK.
riir fust-class bond, Hi reasonable
terms, apply to Mrs. P. Ii. lircesc, corner
college and hpriicc streets.
A I'ricnil of hours Pntlicr Time.
We claim to have the largest and linest
stock of clothing and gents' furnishing
goods in Asheville. Call and see them sit
Dance music is usually sole-stirring.
How Doctora Conquer Ueuth.
Doctor Walter K. Hammond savs
"After a long ex)erienec I have come to
the conclusion that two-thirds ol all the
deaths from coughs, oncumonia mid con
sumption might lie avoided if Acker's
I'.uglish Lough Kcmeilv were onlv care
fully used in time." This wonderful Rem
edy is sold under a positive guarantee.
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tall man to get uppish.
SIJi HI'LIiSS NIGHTS, made miserable
by that terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure is
the remedy for vou.
CATARRH CUKUD, health and sweet
breath secured, by Shiloh s Catarrli
Remedy. Price 50 cents. Nasal Injector
free by T. C. Smith & Co.
Rain is needed in the South, including
Kilrain in Mississippi.
Oive the Children a Chance.
There is something radically wrong
with the health of a child when it seems
listless, has poor or no upietilc, eyes
sunken and with dark skin iK'iicath. In
most eases showing these svmptoms the
child has worms, and all that it needs is
some sim pic remedy , such as H art 's Worm
Cream, to cxicl the worms, and the child
will soon be in ierfect health again. Pa
rents, try it and let your little ones have
a fair chance for life.
Some prints of Wales are said to be
much more like him than others.
Dry Goods and notions at cost at
Tight money is the inevitable conse
quence of the treasury taking too much.
Flamlnic Fire in the VeinH.
We bold positive proof that Acker's
Unglisb HI I iilixir cures all blood poi
sons where cheap sarsaparillas and so
called purifiers fail. Knowing this, we
will sell it to all who call at our store on
a positive guarantee. T. C. Smith & Co.
People who poor water into a sieve arc
certainly not straining for effect.
If you feel unable to do your work, and
have that tire I Iccling, take Dr. J. 11.
McLean's Sarsaparilla ; it will make you
bright, active and vigorous. Porsale by
P. L, Jacobs.
A judge need not necessarily be hand
some to make a "line impression" on a
SHILOH'S VITALIZIiR is what you
need for Constipation, Loss of ApH.'tilc,
Dizziness, and allsymptomsoI'Dysiiepsia.
Price 10 and 75 cents per bottle.
CROUP, WHOOPING COUGH and
Bronchitis ininieiliatclv relieved by
The boy who goes bare-footed has
many it bootless chase.
The largest stock and best assortment
of underwear in Asheville at Whitlock's.
The shepherd dog is not a game animal,
though he is progressive ewe-eur.
The most popular liniment, is the old
reliable. Dr. I. II. McLean's Volcanic Oil
Liniment, pur sale by r. L. Jacobs.
The man with a boil on his neck never
borrows trouble. He has enough ol it
A Hufe Iiivc-Htnieiit
Is one which is guarnteed to bring vou
satislactory results, or in case ol lailure a
return of ourehase price. On this Salo
pian you can buy from our advertised
Druggists a bottle of Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption. It is guarnteed
to bring relict in every ease, wiien used
lor anv alfcetion of Throat, Lungs, Ilron-
cliitis. Astliina, Whooping Cough, Croup,
etc., etc. It is pleasant and agreeable to
taste, K.-rlectly safe, and can always be
lciiended upon. 1 rial Dottles tree all-.
L. Jacob's drug store.
It is believed bv leading jewelers that
the proposed diamond trust would lie a
Distress after eating, heartburn, sick
headache, and indigestion are cured by
Dr. J. H. MclA-an's Liver and Kidnev
Pillets (little pills.) Porsale by P. L.
Mr. Ovstcr is making a great stew
about bis lieing bounced from the public
printing olhcc in Washington.
Stu-t-i.-il inrliii-f-iiH-iifs olVercd for large
dry goods sales, to close out, at Whit
lock's. It mutters not how it is regarded, the
shooting of Judge Terry was another
victory for the American Nngle.
DyHpepttla, Denpair, Heath.
These arc the actual steps which follow
indigestion. Acker's English Pyscpsia
Tablets will both cheek and cure this
most fearful of discuses.
The latest fancy in dresses is called a
surprise gown, lioubtiess tne surprise
comes in when the bill is presented.
Disease lies in ambush for the weak; a
feeble constitution is ill adapted to
encounter it malarious atmosphere and
sudden changes of temiierature, and the
least robust are usually the easiest
victims. Dr. I. II. McLean s Sarsapa
rilla will give tone, vitality and strength
to the entire body. Por sale by P. L.
In nil probability the brightest of
vegetables is the onion. It at nny rale
has the most scents.
THAT HACKING COUGH can be so
nuicklv cured by Shiloh's Cure. We
WILL YOU SUPPlvR with Dysicpsia
and Liver Complaint? Shiloh's Vitalize!'
i guaranieeo to cure you.
A man charged with attempting to
work a racket ought to be tried in a
Millincrv, trimmed and untrininied, be
low cost at Whitlock's.
When artists submit coimietitive de
signs the contest is likely to result in a
Value of AdvertlHeiuentH.
1.. 1 lui;ri li nrl vnrl icimr " silifl fl
prominent lawyer, a day or two ago.
vt en, riiiiiei , ,iiiu in niv iii-i.itu .....
tisement more than ill nny other. I re-......iu.i-
.,f-rl.'iv- rt-.'iiliiur it verv inter
esting story, that ended in what I took
lie a pun lor nr. ricrec s rieasaui i ur
utivc Pellets. I threw down the paicr
, n nun. Nut n week alter that I needed
some medicine of that kind, and went and
bought those same little pills. Did I hnd
them good" ? "Why, yes, the best thing
of the kind I ever saw. but thathusnoth
ing to do with the first question, nnd 1
only mention the joke on myself to show
that advertising does pay."
We desire to say to our citizens, that
lor years we have been sellmir Dr. kinu
New Discovery for Consumption, Dr.
King's New Life Pills, Bucklen's Arnica
Jwilvc and hlcctrie Hitters, and have
never handled remedies that sell as well
or that have given such universal satis
faction. Wcdo not hesitate to guarantee
them every time, and we stand ready to
rclunil the purchase price, it satislactory
results do not follow their use. These
remedies have won theirgreat popularity
purely on their merits, t. L. Jacobs,
"Ho, for Montana!" enthusiastically
exclaimed a young farmer ns he started
west with his blushing bride. And when
he got there he found be had to hoc to
At first a little, hacking cough,
"Tis nothing but a cold,"
They say, '"Twill very soon wear off.
Alas, the story old !
The hectic check, the failing strength,
The grief that cannot save,
And life's wan flame goes out, at lengtl
In a consumptive s grave.
If persons would use Dr. Pierce's Gol
den Medical Discovery, when irritation
ol the lungs is indicated by it cough
would lie an easy mailer to avert con
sumption. He wise in time. The "Dis
covery" is guaranteed to cure in all eases
ot diseases tor which it is recommended
or money paid lor it will Ik- promptly re
Kev. rnmrosc no you think your
husband wus prepared for the next
Mrs. Golightly He will lie after the
McK licadiiclie is tile banc ol lllanv
lives. 1 his annoying complaint mav In-
cured and prevented by the occasional
use ol Dr. J. II. MclA-an s Liver and
Kidney Pillets (little pills). Por sale by
r. 1.. Jacobs.
Judge Duffy Pat, this is the third time
you nave been Ix-lorc me; you are a
nuisance, and I must commit you to the
Island for six mouths. Pat Your
Honor has no right to commit a uuis
Many" mothers have iierniittcd their
children to die lielore Iheirevcswheuthe
might have been saved. Anv moLlui
who keeps house without a bottle ol
Acker's Kiiglish llaby Soother at
hand, runs a risk which she mav sonic
time regret. H has saved the lives of
thousands of children, and is doing so
That the moon is made of green cheese
is a mere idle I'ancv, but thai the honey
moon is made of tally is an cstablishei
Por lame back, side orchest, use Shiloh's
Porous Plaster. Price U't cents.
SI 1 1 LOU'S COl ;G1 1 and Consumption
Cure is sold bv us on a guarantee. It
I slier (at reception in Chicago, pom
pousiv, as ftir. l oot ami daughters
enter) Mr. l oot and the Misses I'cet!
Too well known to need lengthy ndver
tiscnicnts Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
0 cents, liy druggists.
Mine. Patti sang "Ihe Harder at a
farewell concert. It may have deen a
farewell comeYt, but there is something
admit 1 he HarlK-r which suggests the
Hucltlen'H Arnica Halve.
The liest salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, tcver
sores, tetter, chapped bands, chilblains
corns, and all skin eruptions, and post
lively cures piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give K-rleclsatisliicliou
or money retunderl. Price 2o cents K-r
box. 1-or sale ov I. L. lacohs. daw
Mrs. Shrill So you won't get me that
new bonnet? Mr. S. No, I won't. Mrs.
S. Very well, then. I'll go to every
tcmH.-rancc meeting lhat comes along,
and ieople will think the reason I ain't
decently dressed is liec.'iuse you've look
A I'l.KASANT I.KMON IIKINK.
For biliousness anil constipation, take
Por indigestion and foul stomach, take
Por sick and nervous headaches, take
Por sleeplessness and nervousness, take
Por loss of npjietitc and debility, tak
For levers, chills and malaria, lake
Lemon Hlixir will nut fail you ill any of
the above diseases, allot' whichariscfnnn
a torpid or diseased liver, stomach, kid
neys, bowels or blood. Prepared only
bv Uu. II. Mozi.i-v, Atlanta, Ga
50c. and $1 jK-r bottle. Sold by drug
A PKOMINKNT MINISTI-K WKITKS :
After ten years of great suffering from
indigestion, with great nervous prostr:i
lion, biliousness, disordered kidneys and
constipation, I have Ik-cii cured by Dr
Mozlcv s Lemon I-.lixir, and am now :
well man. Rev. C. C. Davis,
lilder M. 15. Church, South.
No. as Tatnal! St., Atlanta, t'.a
api'lil cltot-21 tli sti
Present in thm mnsl elet.ml lot lit
THE LAXATIVE and .NUTRITIOUS JU10E
FIGS OF CALIFORNIA,
'?ombinc-d with the tiK-tlidnal
virtues ol plants known to Ik
most boiitrfidnl it) the lumm'
system, funning an ;ii;ira';i
and effective laxative to cn.i;
nently cine I i.iliilual Consti
pation, and the many ills de
pending on a weak ov 'nactiv'.:
rendition of the
AlONEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS.
It is Ihe most excellent remedy lenown to
CLEANSE THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY
When one is Bilious or Constipated
PURE BLOOD, REFRESHING SLEEP.
HEALTH and STRENGTH
I ATURALLV FOLLOW.
Every o'.e is using it and all are
delighted with it.
ASK VOUR ORUOQI8T FOR
BYrtTTr' 03E FIGS
MANUFACTURED ONLV BY
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAM FRANCISCO, CAL.
LOUISVIUS. KT KCW 10RK. . t.
NOT A3 EASY AS IT LOOKS.
The Troubles Encountered In Opening Up
m land Mine.
Working a gold mine sounds very
nico, but very few peoplo arc aware of
the dillleuUies and expense attending
There are plenty of men in this city
wno nave been "bitten" in small mm
uig scnemcs ana who ao not now
understand whv thev wore failures
It is a very common thing for some
hopeful prospector to stumble across
"croppings" that show frco gold, and
that, from all appearances, could be
worked to advantage with tho expen
diture of a little monov.
Tho first thing the prospector does is
to "think up" somo capitalist friend
whom ho thinks would be willing to
invest in tho enterprise. Ho then
writes a letter something after this
"I have one of tho finest proposi
tions you ever hoard of. I have dis
covered croppings that indicate the
presenco of a ledge eight feet wulo and
nuicii i uiu ceruun win oo iouiiu per
manent. '"The croppings show that tho ore
will null at least J25 por ton. Let us
say thoi that tho ore will only yield
ouo-half this amount.
Tins mine (sic) can be worked that
is, tho ore can bo mined anil milled
at a minimum cost of $3 per ton. This
will leavo a net profit of, say, $8.
Now tho croppings show along tho
suriaco ror zuu icci, and are so situated
that a tunnel could be run 200 feet bo-
low. There is no doubt that the ore
will hold out, and after tho tunnel is
run there will bo 'in sight' practically
25,000 tons of ore, which, at $8 a ton.
will, as yon will readily see, yield u
proni oi fzuu.uuu.
"All I need is enouL'h nionev to run
this tunnel. 1 can then haul tho ore
to a custom mill (tliero is ono about
milo distant), and after that the mine
will pay for ltxelf. I only need $3,000
at the outside, and if vou will put up
tins amount you may liavo a uau in
terest in tho property."
On paper this is a (inn proposition.
A sure fortune for 3,000. Tho capital
ist is caiiL'ht and un coos his.'!. 001).
The first thing to ho done is to drive
a tunnel into tho solid rock somo eight
teot souaro and a distance of 200 feet.
A double shift of men, say eight, are
hired, also a blacksmith to 'sharpen tho
tools, men to clear away the ground,
etc. This can easily bo 'accomplished
for $.10 a day. A house or cabin has
to bo built, but this will only cost somo
$300. Powder, tools, timbers, lumber
and provisions will muke tho ttrst
$1,000, to uso a popular expression.
''look nu-fnl Kiel
For tho first few davs tho work pro
gresses favorably and the onpital.-it re
ceives tho most encouraging letters
from his mining friend. After that
tho letters ai-o h-ss frequent and not
near so encouraging.
Tho miners have "struck a horse."
Tins is generally some rock about as
easy k drill through us so much cast
steel. A hole six inches deep may bo
drilled into the ronk in about ten hours,
and when the giant powder cartridges
are put into this holo they shoot out as
ii from a cannon.
There may be ten feet of this sort of
work, there mav be fifty; at any rato
boforo tho dilliculty has been over
come some $2,000 or moro will liavo
been sunk in tho enterprise and tho
ground scarcely scratched.
Of course, more money will be de
manded, und then still more, until
the capitalist becomes distrusted and
quits tho thing altogether. This Is
tho way it eenorallv works.
Difficulties are notonly encountered
inruniun(r a tunnel orsinkinLr ashaft.
such as tho caving in of the work, re
bellious rock and others (oo numerous
to mention, but it is often discovered
after the tunnel has been run the de
sired length that it should have been
mn in sonio other place.
To estimate the actual cost of the
opening up oi a nnno trom the grass
roots would do a very dillieult mat
ter. Under tho most favorublo cir
cumstances however, unless a pocket
or bunch of very rich ore is encoun
tered, from $00,000 to $75.(100 mav lie
set down us a very cluso liguro to put
a mere "prospect' in payinir condition.
As much sometimes as $200,000 is
spent in opening up a mine before any
"money" is taken out. All this refers
merely to thoso "little" mining propo
sitions or "livers," ns they arc called.
in who'll tho uninitiated, in tho hope
of becoming millionaires on a "dol
lar" investment, come out in almost
every instance at tho small end of tho
lioru. iNcw xork Herald.
A Sleep Wnlker's Adventure.
The other ninht a young man living
near hero got up in Ins sleep, par
tially dressed himself, descended to tho
yard and jumped into tho well. Tho
iilunge bath, of courso, woke him up,
lo struggled to tho top, being a good
swimmer, and wlulo clutching about
in tho dark on the surface of tho water
he trot hold of the chain which worked
over a mlley and which had a buckle
at both ends. Ho threw his weight
on the chain but tho pulley worked
easily, and tho bucket on the other
end shut up and tho young man shot
down toward tho bottom of tho well,
Sundry well directed but spasmodic
kicks brought him to tho top again;
but just at that moment tho recently
ascended bucket, which had turned
down again when he turned tho chain
loose, met tho top of his head with a
sovcro blow, which ducked him under
leaclim!r tho suriaco acain. and
with a coolness aqd presence of mind
wluch was remarkablo under the cir
cumstances, ho tratliered the chain.
land wlulo "treading water," as tho
fooys call it, ho gently pulled the
hum. causing tho bucket to ascend
yntil it hit tho pulley at tho top of tho
well frame. Now ho had a solid hold,
and, finding tho stcu boles on the side
of tho well, ho soon mounted to tho
curbing and sprang out upon terra
nrma. tie said Unit no inougiit in ins
dreams that bo was at tho "ford" and
was jumping in for a pleasant bath.
The water in tho well was twenty feet
deep, but tho surfaco was not far be
low the bottom of tho curb. Valdosta
Old I.ady: "Is this asniokingcarriagc?
1'ellow (inside): "No, inarm; it you want
to smoke you must go higher up."
Stvlish fall hats, finest and largest
stock in Asheville, at Whitlock's.
Some of the Vassar tills have organ
ized a num-chcwing association. They
meet for eul-ehaw.
Fall and winter clothim; now arrivinij.
made sjieeially for our trade, nt Whit-
A railroad in Colorado is so crooked
that thecondtietor can stand on the rear
end of a passenger train going around a
curve and lire tramps off the bnygagecar
NEW ICE CREAM GARDEN.
Electric Cart) Past the Door
I herewith notify the public thai this day
May 1, 1 have added to my well known Res
taurant a tine
Ice Cream Garden.
The same has been fitted up neatly fur the in
caslon and I will always have un hand the
choicest of Creams and Sherlwts and Cakes,
Also, can supply families nt shortest notice
in lurjjc or small ipinntilics. So come in j;ood
time and have some fine Ice Cream and Cakes
and don't forget that at Strauss' you will Ki t
Tlie Kent of ce Cream,
and where always polite and attentive wait
ers will be pleased to serve. Come early
come often, come one, come all, and k"'c
your friend Strauss a K"ml many calls.
ARDCN PARK. HOTEL,
AND FAMILY COTTAGES,
miles south of Asheville. on the A. K: S
railroatl is now open lor the season.
ror circulars auiiress
TIIOS A. MOKK1S, PropV,
mayL'dtf Ardcii, N. C.
1 his hcautilul summer resort is situated
immediately on the Murphy Division of the
W. N. C. K. K., half way between Asheville
and Waynesvillc, amoiiK the most attractive
scenery in the mountains.
The hotel is new and well furnished, lar;c
:md well ventilated. Telegraph ami I'osl
otlices in the house.
I-'rrsh mutton, milk and butter supplied
front the premises.
Parties can leave Ashctillc in the morning
take flintier and return in theeveiiinu.
For terms and other information, apply I
J. C Hiuatlicrs,
juKl d:int Manager.
NKW HorSli! NHV1. FCKNISHKJ) I
AM. MOhliKN 1MPKOVKMKNTS.
MRS. E. 1. THYLER AND MRS N. B. ATKINSON
No. ail Haywood Street,
A laruc, airy house, ;t1H
Pat ton Avenue,
on street car Hue. Good
reasonable. (ood lure.
jul4-d;tm MRS. J. L. SMATIMiKS.
MRS. S. STEVENSON
Has removed to the Johnston HuiMin, Pntf
ton avenue, corner ol Church street, where
she is prepared to keep regular or transient
boarders. Table furnished with the best the
market allords. Terms reasonable, mar 31m
ROUND KNOB HOTEL
McDowell Co., IV. C.
(Situated on the W. N. C. K. K. An hour's
ride from Asheville.)
I'irst class in every respect. Mineral waters
l.ithia. Iron, Alum nnd Iron, Ked and
While Sulphur and Magnesia.
The most picturesque spot in Western
arlies leaving Asheville on the 1.31! p. At
train can have dinner on their arrival by tel
CKrnphiiitt from the depot.
Terms reasonable Sjiccial rates to fattii
J. ISulow lirwiii,
jultt d;int Proprietor.
PULLIAM & CO.
At the Hank of Asheville,
ASUKVILMi, N. C.
He present the following companies, viz. :
VIV K. CASH ASSIiTS IN V. S.
AiikIo Nevada, of California $.ii7,H;t:i
ntmetttal, ol New t onl ,Hi.r,lJ,f
HniiihurK-ltmncn.ot Germany 1 . 1 'Jlt,0li4.
union Assurance, ol l-.tiulnml l . o .(,'. Hi;
Niagara, of New York U.'J.'lT.t'li
Orient, of Hartford 1 ,oT7,p:j
hicnix, of Hrookl.vi! .ri,05.17it
St. Paul I'ire and Marine, of Min
Southern, of New Orlcan .'t'.),l'.s4.
Western, ot Toronto l.lKtH.uau
Mutual Accident Association.
.i;tna Life Insurance Company.
Palacc Steamers. Low Rates.
Four Trip, por WMk Beiwm-n
DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAND
Ptokey,Bult flt. Marie, and Lake
Huron Wat Ports.
Try Week Day Between
DETROIT AND CLEVELAN 1
ftrwcUl Snodjf Trip durlnp Jn, July, AngnU suJ Sit
Double Dally Lino Be -wm
CHICAGO AND ST. JOSEPH, MlCtJ.
Our illustrated paitphl t-
Katea nnd Excursion Ticket will b f u -iimU J
bv your Tioki" Aanxt. or a 'rt
E. B. WHITCOMB, G. P. A., Detr.nt.
Detroit and Cleveland Steam Nav.
l-'rom two to six bed rtom. fully furnished
and usual attention, with or without board.
11 iKh location. Kxeellcnt water
ror terms apply to
au7dtf 158 CHESTNUT TREBT.
I'ON SAI.B I1Y
GIRDWOOD & LEE, Proprietors
Buncombe t Brick : and t Tile t Company,
ASUli VII.I.K, n. c.
. ii. mix :ux
I'ur the reception (if patients sufTeriiifj of diseases
ul" I iins and throat, and conducted upon the plan ol .
the sanitaria's at Ga-rliersdorf and FnlkensteininGcr
nianv. Ours is the only sucli institution in the United
States, and endorsed I)' the leading mcinljcrs of the
medical profession. Terms reasonable.
KAKL VON K(!CK, B. S., M. I).
THE CAROLINA SALOON,
Has the Finest and Largest Stock ot
WHISKIES, : BRANDIES : AND : WINES,
I'm ties wishing it f-ood nrticlc for family or
Kivc tne u cull. KesH.ctlully,
AND HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
Car l.ond of Term Cott.'l nnd Fine I'ipe.
nishi s, Hrtishcs uml Best Wall Colors, ImhikIu
l.io-e slock CotikittK Stoves just received.
C. S. COOPER, -
BOUIS & BROTHERTON,
Plumbers & Tinners.
STIiAM AN II I'.AS l-IT I INC,
TIN AMI SI.A I'li milll'INC.
I'liniaccH and Heaters.
Jobbing Promptly :
: Attended to.
22 Patton Avenue,
jlll.'lll lIKwl V
BY 1)1,1) SPKCIAMST
Bottle of medicine Free. We war
rant our reined v to cure the worst
eases, and the only physicians who do this to
prevent your neitiK imposcii upon oy men
tisitiK false names and who arc not Doctors.
Because others liulcu is no rciiHoi ior not
usinu this medicine. Oive Express and Post-
ollice address. It costs you nothing. Addtess
Asahel Medical Uureau, Hroanway, mw
York. janli7dAv:wl v
J. C. BROWN,
MERCHANT : TAILOR,
25 Patton Avenue,
(Next to (".rand Central Hotel.)
14. acres oflanil on Beaver Intu road, just
opposite J. S. Burnett's. A line site lor a sult
tirhan rc-tdence. A nice knoll covered with
lover and some line oaks, with hcuutilul
iews of mountains and the city. A rare
hanee to buy such a piece of land with nice
lear sirini's irushinu from the hill. Terms
easy antl price low.
it 1 )n 1 iv. , ih.an luix c lu.
A oairof line Mules, kind, and uood work-
ers; iilsu wajjoii ami double harness. Apply
tt) L.. J. AllVAI'll,
4- Orove ot.
l'Nr Ki-nlU-iiK'n. A prrli-i't hni- nt a nutiU'riiti'
(ist. Try pair il our sjn'cinltifH 111 Ki-ntlr-
iiH'ti'KfiHitwi'iir, at ".i in, $-v. on. :i.r(i. L'.tiu,
l'..r(l and $L'.lMl. J-.vi-rv pair warrtintcil. I'.x-
iiiiiat' tin r siK-cialtu'S fur lailu'w at $.l.ou.
-'.iltl, SJ. ill anil ."n, iim-xtviicu ior ciu-
lort. ilmaliility anil styk-.
Insist n Having tat' iiriKinni .m. a. riu'Kani
.S: Co.'s Slnn-8. Tlu- Kcmiinc have nnr slump
un hottiini ol oat-h sIkh. Si-nt postpaid lit
any part ii tilt' V. S. un rctvipt ul price. NI.
I'ALKAKIiw t.11., liriKKlon, ,iass. i-or
sale in Aslu'vilU'liy
H. KKUWUOl) & CO.
niHl 1 ili'ial Nmos sn e Iri
L?lll( SA .H.
A line pair of Clii'stnut Sorrels, 4 yearsolti,
iruken to single anil ilunlile iiamess. Can he
seen at Will HUH K V S S I A lll.lv.
u nil! rmii.ie.
The niulersined mny lie fuunil in Shank's
w IniiMlinK. one Hour west ul I. r. oimi-
hury's stable, on College strest. They are
prepared to inamilaetnre enrrianes, IniKKies.
wagons, and anything else in their line. Ke
puiriiiK and horse-shueini; are sin-eiallies.
They have secured the services of Henry Pow-
nnil would lie pleased to receive a hurra
share ul pationiiKC, Satisfaction Kiiarantccd.
jm.l duni in KiMH i i'. v ihmiakii.
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL PLASTERER.
All kinds of cement wmk done.
JuhhinK and kulHoininiilK promptly at
Residence, Clayton St. Orders enn lie left
ilh W. H. Wcslall i Co. tcliUdlim
No. 00 S. Main St., siiitahlc forsninll store.
WM. 1I111NSTIIN. IK..
nil.tlldtf OS N. Main St.
A SELECT CLASSICAL, ENGLISH, MATHEMAT
ICAL AND BUSINESS S0H00L
CAPTAIN S. F. VKNAHI.B will open the
Id tenn of hin School at No. 1 8 Ik-arden
September 9th, 1889.
For information and terms address
P. t. mix Nil. 17,
Or call on him at No. 1H Llearden avenue.
W1NYAH SANITARIUM, "
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
other purposes, will find it to their intercut to
Frank O'Donnell, PropV.
Itath Talis, Wooden Ware,
Paints, Oils, Var-
Iroin first handts for cash.
39 South Main Street.
A. D. COOPER,
We presume Asheville has more comments
passed upon it than any other city in the
State. They say "Such elegant buildings,
such tine houses, and such splendid food."
Hotels, hoarding houses and private families
are often asked by their visitors "Where do
you get Hour to make Bttch elegant bread
"Why, at Cooper's, where the best of every
thing can be had in the wuy of Oroceries."
(Mir aim is to furnish the purest and best
goods for the least money, to wage bitter
war against all adulterations of food prod
ucts and never buy cheap groceries for the
purpose of selling below cost.
J. N. MORGAN & CO.,
No, 3 Barnard Building:
School find College Text
Hooks, a full line. Poets, His
tory, Honiniice, Hiograpliy,
Tra vel and Novels, Family
Hibles, S. S. Hibles and Test
aments, Oxford Teachers'
Hibles, Soiifj; Hooks of all
kinds, law stock Stationery,
Hlank Hooks and Office and
School Supplies. New line
Ladies' and Gents' Pocket
books just opened. Fancy
(loods and Dolls.
HANFOAD N. LOCK WOOD.
Brooms, WlilkN, Hearth and
Mill and Factory Kritdes a six'cialty. Uuo.
tatiuns and samples free. febltidly
W.M.TliK H. C.WVN,
W. W. WKST.
GWYN & WEST
(Successors to Walter 11. Gwyn)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loan Securely Placed at 8
Commissioners of Deeds.
OKFIC1C- Houtlieatit Court Square.
Wm. M. Cocke, JrM
AHliCYillc, IV. C.
Can sell you one million acres of lund, in
tracts from HO to l(M),ooo acres. Have a
nuiulHT of city lots, improved and unim
proved, wlii eh I can sell on the best of terms,
If you want n hire or small farm call on me.
If you want minerals of nny kind, you need
ko no further. If you want timber lands,
this is tieiubpmrters. In fact I can iuit you
in anything you want in my line.
Services of n first-class civil engineer and
practical surveyor engaged to show up all
proiHTty when required. 1 have had fifteen
yearn' esiK-rience in the rent estate business,
antl think 1 know what will please. Prompt
attention to nil inquiries.
Real Ete Brokers,
And t Investment t Agent.
Offices: No. nt) South Main st. Second floor.
IMans and specifications prepared and esti
mates Riven, at short notice.
Office: Wolfe Building, Court HouseRqaare
Asheville, N. C. may30dl