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TllKO. P. UAV1I180N, TlIOS. A. Jo.NKS
Raleigh. Jab. G. Martin, Ashc-villc.
jJAVIPSON, MARTIN & JON US,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law,
Ashcvillc, N. C.
Will nr mice in the 11th nnd 12th Judicial
Districts, nnd in the Supreme Court ol North
Carolina, nnd in the Federal Courts ol the
Western District of Nortli Carolina.
Kclcr tu Uunk of Aslicvillc. dtsel
CIIA8. A. MOOKB. DUFF M BKKICK.
JJ()(IRIS & MISRKICK,
Attorneys nnd Counsellors ut Law,
Asheville, N. C.
Practice in the United states Circuit and
District Courts at Ashevillc,Statcsvllle,Chnr
lotte and Grccnslioro, in the Supreme Court
nt Knlciuh, and in the courts ol the rvvclllh
Judicial District of the Stale of North I nro.
"special attention (riven to collection ol
T. H. COIIB. I- " MHUU1MON.
H)I1U ill MBKKIMUN,
Attorneys nnd Cimisellors ul Law
Practice in all the courts.
Office: Nos. 7 and H, Johnston hulldniu. .
w. w.jonbs. ouo. A. sm-pomi.
Attorneys at Law,
Ashcvillc, N. C.
Prnctlcs In the Superior Courts of Western
North Carolina, the Supreme Court ol the
State, and the Federal Courts at Ashcvillc.
Office in Johnston building, w here one mem
ber of the lirm can always lie fuund.
dtnovl 1 -
J A. TBNNBNT,
Architect and Contractor.
Plans, specifications und estimates fur
nished. All work in my line contracted tor.
and no charges lor drawing on contracts
KctcrcnccB when desired.
Office : No. 12 Hendry lllock, North Court
Suunre. Asheville. N. C lelilndl.v
j II. DOUGLASS, D. D. S.
DENTAL ROOMS, . NO. 24 SOUTH MAIN ST.,
Over Orunl Kr Wiuiicrl'n Units Store.
Kcsidcncc, No. ii llnilcy St fc1,,d.y
i7n7Kiii-:viiS, i). ii.s. n. k. smith, k.u.s.
Ors. Kccves & Sniitli.
lu Connnlly lluildiiiK. over Redwood's Store,
Teeth extracted without pain, with the new
unusthetic. and nil cases of irregularity cor
J K. UURG1N, M. D.
New Grand Central UtiililiiiK. over 1U! 2J
Ul.l 7l 1 m
1'. RAMSAY, 11. U.S.
'j Oliicc s
In Hurnurd Huildinn lintiaiiees, I'attuu
Avenue and Main Street.
Ur. iraiiU. Harvey,
Oflice at Sevier's Stable.
Residence with Mr. Natt Atkinson, Jr., No.
211 Havwood street.
jul2! d l'Jili
""VETERINARY SHOEING FORGE.
Scientific Shoeing in ull its branches.
Corner Walnut and North Main Strets.
R. T. llOI.LlNGSWOKTll,
RTIIPK M. FIliLD,
All mechanical ocular defects of the eye cur-
lluurs for examination II to 12 a. in., 2 to
5 p. m. J ,Ui
Dr. B. F. Arrington.
oltice rooms on Patton .Avenue, one door
west of Cosliy's jewelry store.
JJR. J. N. UliTTliS,
office nt Mr. Woodcock's druir store, 272
l'mlon Avenue. Residence .UN I'u'ton Ave
nue. Otliee hours 10 a. ill. to li p. m.
Telephone at the druR stem-. s- p.lill m
" MISCELLANliO I S.
A. D. COOPKU,
We liresumc Asheville has more coniuicnts
passed upon it than uny utlier city in the
State. They say "Such clcnant huildiiiKs,
such Hue houses, und such splendid food."
Hotels, hoardinis houses and private families
are often asked by their visitors "Where do
you set Hour to make such elegant bread ?"
"Why, at Cooiicr's, where the best of every
thiiiK can be had in the way of Groceries."
Ouruimisto furnish the purest and best
goods for the least money, to wane bitter
war against ull adulterations of food prod
ucts und never buy cheap groceries for the
purpose of selling below cost.
No. 3 Barnard Building.
(School ami Collotfe Text
Bookn, a full lino. Poets, His
tory, Konmnce, Biography,
Travel and Novels, Family
Bibles, S. 8. Bibles and Test
aments, Oxford Teachers'
Bibles, Song Books of 'all
kinds, large stock Stationery,
Blank Books and Office and
School Supplies. New line
Ladies' and (Jents' rocket
books just opened. Fancy
Goods and Dolls.
BOUIS & BROTHERTON,
FiUnibers & Tinners.
STEAM AND GAS FITTING,
TIN AND SLATIi ROOFING.
Furnaces and Heaters.
Jobbing Promptly t
t Attended to.
42 Patton Avenue,
ANEW DHKD, carefully prepared by lend
In member, of the Asheville bar (oil
fine parchment and heavy flat paper), cov
ering all necessary points, just out anil now
on sale at the office of the CiTilaa Pi'iiusii
n. Co. No. Nortk rimrt DqasTf. nnlBtl
BIHIM33 AII Pl.KASl'RK.
I-'ur first-class liouil, nt re;isonahtf
'terms, apply t Mrs. lf- 1" H'ccsc, corner
College anil Spruce streets.
Clnml Howard tie Verc (to fellow
traueiliiin) St. Clair, allnw ltic to
iiitruilttcc to ymi my lrotlicr, I'at Urniiy,
A large lot il' line 1'rcncU harps anil
musical strings just received at l'alk's
New York Hoc Mamma, isn't that a
funny little belt'?
Mamma Hush, child! Thai's the
waist to your sister's new hall dress.
How Doctors Comiiier lc-at!i.
Doctor Walter K. Hammond says:
"Altera lonjr experience 1 have come tn
the conclusiciu that two-thirds ul' all the
deaths from coughs, piiciinnmiii and con
sttmiitioti might he avoided it Acker's
l-nglish t'oiifih Uemedy were only cate
I'nllv used in lime." This wonderful Kem
edy is sold under a positive jiuai aniee.
The original "iml'lc-in-tlic-slol ma
chine" was the hohtail ear.
Ivfl'evtH of Clliiinfe.
We hear a great deal said aliotit the
henelicial effect upon invalids of the cli
mate of Colorado ami other '.vestet it lo
calities, hut when a man changes his
place of residence in the hope of improv
ing his health without first Lying Ur.
Pierce's Colilni Medical Discovery, lie
makes a great mistake, lu nine cases
out of ten he might save his time anil
money. This great remedy owes its
poVvcr over all affections of the throat
and lungs, hroiahitis, aslliuta, ealarrh
and even consumption, which is lung
scrofula, to die simple lact that it purifies
ami enriches I he hlnod and invigorates
t he deliilitated svstcm. It is guaranteed
: o cure in all cases ol diseases lor winch
it is recommended, or money paid lor it
will he refunded.
"Are I hese clams fresh ?"
"Well, they ought to he, they've hceii
resting right where they .ire for three
"MACKMliTACk,"ii lasting .mi! lia
grant perfume. Price :!."i and fo cts.
SHIM 'Il'S Ct'kl; v. ill itniiiciliaicly re
lieve Croup, Whooping Cough and Bron
chitis. "Hullo," said Dundee. "What h.ue
you got your face all wrappid up I n ''
"No," growled Sardnuicus, "my coi ns
are troubling me."
(ilve tlie fliilcSrtii a I'Imiiiit.
There is something radically wrong
wi' It the health ol a child v. hen it seems
listless, has poor or no appetite, eves
sunken and with dark skin lieiiealh. In
most cases showing these symptoms the
child has worms, and all that it. needs is
some simple remedy, such as 1 1 art's Worm
Cream, to expel the worms, anil the child
will soon he in perfect health again. I'a
i cuts, try it and let your little ones have
a fair chance for life.
Wile Who is that man who looks
so melancholy this hcautil'ul day!' Ihis
hand lie is a phuuhcr.
Distress after eating, heartburn, sick
headache, and indigestion are cured by
Dr. . II. McLean's Liver and Kidnev
I'illcts ( little pills. I l-'or sale by 1-. L.
The transition from long, lingering and
painful sickness to robust health marks
an epoch in the life of the individual.
Such a remarkable event is treasured in
the memory and the agency whereby the
good health has been attained is grate
fully blessed, licnee it is that so much is
heard in praise of Lleclt ic Hitters. So
iitany led they owe their restoration to
health, to the use of the 'treat Alterative
and Tonic. If you are troubled with any
disease of Kidneys, Liver or Stomach, ol
ioim or short standing you will surely
liml relief by use ol Llcctric Hitlers. Sold
at iioc. and .;l per bottle, at 1''. L,. Jacobs'
The chrysalis is like a hired man; they
both make the baiter II v.
Ifvou feel unable to do your work, and
have that lire I leeliiig, take Dr. J. 11.
McLean's Sarsaparilla ; it will make you
bright, active and vigorous. Torsale by
I'. L. Jacobs.
The old li ichcli.r who would alter his
ways should begin at the altar.
Ile'.ttr Thau Itlootly llattlcs.
Cicncral WhcnUToft .Nelson says: "My
experience in the Liiglish army as well as
in America, convinces me that nothingso
purities the blood or adds to the health,
vigor and life as Acker's English blood
iilixif." This gicat remedy is sold under
a positive guarantee.
Mall will never be a free agent so long
as woman chouses either to rule or bam
WHY WILL UH'coiigh yhen Shiloh's
Cure will give immediate relief. Price 10
cts., oil cts., and ftl .
SIIIl.iHl'S CATAKKIi KLMKDY a
positive cure for Catarrh, I liphthcriaaud
Wickwire Why, Yabsley, your face
looks pcrlectly awlul. Who shaves yon '.'
Yabslev A hiaiiketv-blauk idiot named
The most popular liuinicnt, is the old
reliable, Dr. J. II. McLean's Volcanic (til
Liniment, l-'or sale by 1'. L. Jacobs.
There is a demand among theatrical
jicoplc for "proteclioii tor American
actors." How would an cgg-iulerccpt-i.ig
screen ill the front of the stage do .'
No mortal yet has e'er forecast
The moment that shall be his last,
but Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets have
forever settled the ipicslion of a comfort
able existence until that moment does.tr
rive, and pttl to flight the melancholy
forebodings ol sullcrcrs from biliousness,
headache, indigestion, constipation, and
Miss 1'eriodc tat the races I I shall buy
the horse whose driver wears blue.
Miss Discreet I wouldn't. Hlue is not
a fast color, you know.
Ilt'pMia, Iespaii, lealli.
These are the actual steps which follow
indigestion. Acker's Fnglish Dysicpsia
Tablets will both check and cure this
most fearful of diseases.
The balloon is never arrested, and yet
it is without visible means of support.
Sick headail'.c is the bane of many
lives. This annoying complaint may lie
Hired and prevented by the occasional
use of Dr. J. 11. Mcf.cau's Liver and
Kidnev I'illcts (little pills I. l-'or sale by
F. I.. Jacobs.
Internal revenue The receipts of a
Many mothers have pci milted their
children lo die bclore thcii eves when they
might have been savetl. Any mother
who keeps house without a bottle ol
Acker's I-aiglish Knhy Soother at
hand, runs a risk which she may some
time regret. It has saved the lives of
thousands of children, and is doing so
Huekleu'8 Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, stilt rheum, fever
sores, letter, chapiieil hands, eluiDiams,
corns, ami all skin eruptions, and posi
tively cures piles, or no pay rerplired. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction,
or money refunded. Price 2i cents pet
box. For sale bv F. I., laeobs. daw
"Aren't von ashamed to be seen light
ing with that brutal Jenkins boy on the
street ?" asked Johnnie's irate mother.
"Ashamed?" repeated Johnnie in sur
ptise. "Ashamed? No, why should 1 be?
1 licked him."
The fairest buds arc often the first to
wither, and the ravages of liisease make
havoc with the beauty, as well as the
strength and happiness ol the fair sex.
The prevalent disoVders among women
are those ofn most distressing description
These "weaknesses," as they arc suggest
ively termed, insidiously sap the health
and' the patient becomes pale and emaciat
ed the appetite grows hcklcandlccblc;shc
loses strength as the attacks increases in
severity, and is in despair. There is relief
lor all such sitlleiers in Dr. Pierce's world
fimcd Favorite Prescription, whichcures
aii "female complaints." Its use is fol
lowed by cessation of the"drgging-dowu
pains return ol'appetitc, and in due course,
Heggar Please please help a poor
i ripple. Passer-by I giving him money I
Poor fellow ! Where are you crippled ?
Ileggar I pocketing the money I In my
k'l.itniUK Fire in Ine VctiiM.
We hold positive proof that Acker's
Laglish blood Klixir cures all blood poi
sons where cheap sarsaparillas and so
c; !led purifiers fail. Knowing this, we
will sell it to all who call at our store on
a positive guarantee. T. C. Smith & Co.
"I really don't see what is the matter
with my razor to-day. It is so dull that
it doesn't cut at all," said Johnnie's jia.
"Why, pa," said Johnny, "it was sharp
when I used it lo make a ship with."
Disease lies in ambush for the weak; a
Uchlc constitution is ill adapted to
encounter a malarious almosplterc and
sudden changes of temperature, and the
Uast robust are usually the easiest
victims. Dr. J. 11. McLean's Sarsapn
l al.'i wid give lone, vitality and strength
to the entire body. P'or sale by !'. L.
Selling milk by weight will probably
iti'Ver be adopted here. Vou must look
aiioe lor the milky weigh.
Tllli kbY. CliO. n.TllAYHU.ofP.our
liou, lud., savs: "P.oth ntvsclf and wile
owe our lives lo SI I ILoH'S CONSl'MI'
Akli VOL M A I ' I i miserable by Indiges
tion, Constipation, Di..tuess, Loss ol
appetite, Ycliow Skin? Shiloh's Vitalize!'
is a positive cure.
May the fuel and water of Ihe Covern
incnl engine he said to be supplied by its
Advice to Mothers.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrupshould
always be used for children ti-ething. It
soothes the ehiltl, softens the gums, al
lays all pains, cures wind colic, and is the
hi si remedy liu diarrhiea. Ufic. abottle.
The girl fin' whom you risk your life
Hy plunging in the water,
Is sure to be another's wile.
And not a rich man's daughter.
Tlic IkuliH and tlie Stage.
Kcv. F. M. Shrotit, Pastor I'nilcd
brethren Church, Hlue Mound, Kan.,
says: "I feel it my duly to tell what
wonders Dr. King's New Discovery has
done lor me. My lungs were badly dis
eased, and my parishioners thought I
could live only a lew weeks. 1 took live
bottles ot Dr. King's New Discovery and
am sound and well, gaining Uti lbs, in
Arthur Love, Manager Love's I'ltuny
Folks Combination, writes: "After a
thorough trial and convincing evidence,
1 am confident Dr. King's New Discovery
lor Consumption, heals 'cm all, and
cures when everything else fails. The
greatest kindness 1 can dn my many
thousand friends is to urge them to try
it. Free trial bottles at F. L. Jacobs'
drug store. Ivegular sizesriOc,aud$1.0ll.
A t ravclcr entered Wyoming
One aulumn d.-iv, iust in the gloaming.
He said: "I'll be blest
It 1 go further west ;
It is best here to rest from my roam
ing." I'l M DYSi'bl'SI Aand LivcrComplaint
vou nave a printed guarantee on every
bottle ol Shiloh's Vitalizer It nevcrfails
NASAL INjliCTOK free with each
bottle of Shiloli's Catarrh Ueiucdy. Price
-gV .: .'' '
.-' -' ,f ,- vv' S.
Pissc 'i- -'' ivt-.l '-le;: !
HSiiLAXA ! -MO NUTRITIOUS JUIO
f IG OF CALIFORNIA.
JoiiibiiR'il with tlic nifiHcinal
i,lucs of plants known to In
most l)(.".R'(u'hl lo the liitnvi:.
sysli-tn, rormiiiiv an agi'tLai't-.
and fin-ftive laxative to peini.;
l'.etUly cure Habitual Consti
pation, nml the many ills (!
jit iidinsr on a weak or i":n ti.
ndilion of the
rf'DNtYS, LiVER fiSD BOWELS.
It ii theninst excellent remedy bnwii tr.
CLASS THE SYSTEM EFFECTUAL
Wlieu oue is. r.ili'Mis or Coiili-tci
PURE OLOOD. REFRESHIKQ SLEF .
HEALTH and 8TRKN0TH
t AYURLLV FOLLOW.
Kwry ot.e is using it and all are
delighted with it.
ASK OdH oauOQIST FOR
MANUFACTURED ONLY BY
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
LOUISVILLE, KV HCW YORK, M. f.
HAM OKI) LOCKWOOn.
Krooiitit, 'Whisks, Ileartli and
Colli n tf Brooms.
Mill nnd Fnetory irrndes a snecinlty. Quo
tations und sumplcs free. letilGtlly
St. Mary's School,
Raleigh, N. C.
The Nincty-I'll'lll Sciiii-Anniuil Session lie
Kins MONDAY, Slil'TliMBHK lli, lKHi).
l-'or entnloKiics, address the Rector,
REV. BENNETT SWEDES, A. M.
HIGH SCHOOL FOR BOYS,
ASHEVILLE, N, C. .
Itouald niaeUonald, It. A.,
The scholastic year will open
wiiiiNusiiAY, sni'-n;Miu:n in.
Terms l-'or Hoard, Tuition in nil liriiiielies,
mill every expense, $.'1110 per aiiiitnii. linv
scholnrs $hii per nnniiin.
I-or further iiiforiiuitiou ui.ilress liliV. li.
II. Ill'lvl., Ashcvillc, N. C, linlil Sept. 1 ;
lifter that mlilress MR. KONAl.ll .Mac I KIN.
A I.I), Head Master. illlL'T 'l-'ni
ICii lisli and I'Yeiicii
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS,
No. 411 Trench llroail Avenue.
MRS. BURGWYN MAITLAND, PRINCIPAL
( I 'or many yi-nrs Associnir I't'itK-iptil ut' ML.
Yi-riioii histiltitc, ItalthiHtiv. j
Assisted liy a forps ul' vuiiijictili-iiL trarhcrs.
The course of iuslrik-iitiii iiu'IikK s tin- usual
KiiKlish hnnulK'S will) l-'rtiu-h ami I, aim.
Kxtnis Music, (.iriuau, Art Ncnllc Wnik,
I'aiiltinu oil China, hamin nml Killing.
Special attcnliuii given U Lite training of
little girls. aug 1 d-'in
SCHOOL AND KINDERGARTEN,
Mil CIllSSTNrT sr.
I-'all leini liegins Sept. liu. Tli'iruugh in
Ur etiuii in ICnglish, l-'iench, M umc ami Cal
isthenics ! experienced Leuehcrs.
sep 7 d.wn
llickorv, N. C.
HIGHEST GRADE SCHOOL FOK GIRLS IN THE
lies I advantages in Higher liugli-h, .Music.
Music, Ai t and Languages.
A lull Collegiate Course with iKgrec of A. 11,
Special Courses in all I lepartuien ts.
Higher in (irade, Superior in Selu darship,
lit I Lev in lvojiipmeiit, Alilt r in haeutty, ami
More Comfortable in Home Life than any
School in the South.
FALL TERM BEGINS THURSDAY. SEPT. 12.
Semi for Circular.
WILL II. SANHOEIN,
auLM- t tu th sat iV w 1 m I 'residen t .
HENDERSONVILLE, N. C.
Season of IHNU-'IMI Opens Monday, Sept. ,0,
ami closes lirst Thursday in June, IMui,
A full corps of instructors in Ancient and
Modern Languages and .Literature, Moral
ami Physical Science, Comiucnial Aril lime tie.
Surveying. Physiology ami Hygiene, Music
(Vocal and Instrumental), Art, Drawing ami
Painting. l;ull particulars can be had from
KlCIPl) H. M! WIS, A. M., M.
julHi d.'tin tu fri President.
A OUAUl' 4TKD TIJACHICU.
THE MIDDLE FORK HIGH SCHOOL.
The Trustees of Middle I'ork High School
will pay the v rv best price for a tvui her to
teaeli a ten months' sehoi 1 at Middle Pork.
Vt want an li X VV.U I KNC P. I TLAC1I KN
who when employed by the Trustees ill be
eleetnl Prineipal by the joint stock company.
Applv to Hie Trustees of Middle Pork High
TRUSTEES MIDDLE FORK HiGH SCHOOL,
sepd d.Sr w 1 w ltriggsvillc, N. C.
HOTEL FOR RENT.
The welt patronized hotel know n as
lo miles north of Asheville, for rent. Terms
easv. I 'or fu'l partieularsapply to
J. M. JOIINSiN,
Alexander, N C.
Sep 7 dl w
W. I. ROWIi,
ITALIAN AND AMERICAN MARBLE,
GRANITE MONUMENTS, ETC.
All kinds of Monuments, Tombstones, Head
sloncH, Vrns ami Vases made to or
der in the latest designs.
Asheville, N. C
Rooms for Utliccs in buildings Nos. 1'H and
.tu Patton Avenue. Handsomely arranged
in connecting suits with wide stairs and
ha'ls. Also one large room, w lb high ceiling.
Also cottages on College and Spruce streets
with 12 and 1 rooms, with all modern eon
VM. L. McAI'PI". Trustee.
wp. dl w lid ll ior X. :U Patton Ave.
! CPKIiH BY U!.l SI'liCIAMST
I I I VB PHYSICIAN.
MIA Pottle of medicine Free. W'e war
III rant our reined e to cure the worst
CBses. and the only physiei.ms whodo this to
prevent vtntr iK-ing iinposvd iiion liy nit u
using false names ami who arc not Doetors.
liecause tlurs failed is no rensoi for not
using this medicine. Uivc Kxprcss and Post
ottice nddress. It costs o nothing. Adtliesn
Asnhel Medical Hun-Hit, 2tU Uroadwav, New
ynrk ifurl!7ilfc wl v
J. C. BROWN,
MERCHANT : TAILOU,
25 Patton Avenue,
(Next to Grand Central Hotel.)
NEW ICE CREAM GARDEN.
IClccti ic Cars Pass the Door.
J herewith notify the public thai this day,
May 1, I have added to my well known lies
taurant a tine
Ice Cream Garden.
The same has been lilted up neatly forthc oc
casion ami 1 will always tunc on hand the
choicest ol Creams and Sheibet.i and Cakes.
Also, ei..i supply families at shortest notice
in large or small quantities. So conic in good
time and have some line let Cream and Cakes
and don't forget that at Strauss' you willget
TIm Ie Cream,
and where always polite anil attentive wait
ers wilt be pleastd to serve. Conic early,
conic often, come one, come all, and give
your friend Strauss ;i good many calls.
AKDKN I'AUK 1IOT1X
AND FAMILY COTTAGES,
'H.., milt s smith of Asheville. oil the A. N: S.
i.-iihoad is now open tor tlie season.
(or circulars adiiiess
THUS A. MOKKIS. Prop'r,
mavL'dtf Arden, N. C.
This beautiful summer resort is situated
immediately on the Murphy Hivisioti of the
W. X. C. H. k., hall way between Asheville
.old Wayuesville, among the most attractive
seeiiery 1 1 1 the uiountaius.
The hole! is new and well furnished, large
and well venlilaled. Telegraph and Post
t Hlices in the house.
Fresh mutton, milk and butLer supplied
fro in the premises.
Parlies can leave Asheville in llic morning
take dinner and return in thceveuiug.
l-'or terms and other inloriualioii, auply to
J. C. Sin.'Ulicrs,
jui:i d.'Im Manager.
NIvW Hul'Slv! N1-;VL I-P K N 1 SI I HI U
ALL MtiltliKN IMI'lioVliMliNTS.
MUS. E. J. THYLER AND MRS N. B. ATKINSON.
No. 1M 1 Haywood Street,
jtlli il 1 V
A large, airy house. Ills Patton Avenue,
on strert ear" line. ( oiotl locution Terms
reasonable. Uood fare.
jul 1 dllm M KS. J. L. SMATIIUKS.
llasremovetl to the Johnston Huilding, Pat5
ton nvenue, corner of Church street, where
she is ptcpaivd to keep ligular or transient
boarders. 1 able furnished with the best the
market a (lords. Terms reasonable, mar ;tl mti
OUNO KNOB HOTEL
Mcllonell Co , N. C.
(Situated on the V. N. C. K. U. An hour's
ride from Asheville.)
Piisl class in every respect. Mim rat waters
Lithia, Iron, Alum and Iron, Ited ami
White Sulphur and Magnesia.
The most pietiiresiiue spitt in Western
Parlies leaving Ashcvillc oil the 1 .ii- p. m.
train can have tlinucr on their arrival by tel
egraphing from the depot.
Terms reasonable Sptcial rates to fami
J. liulow ICrwin,
Iki- I.NSI KANCI-:.
iMKi;. LIFK. ACCIDIONT
PULLiAM & CO.
At the Hank ot Asheville,
ASni-YlLLL, N. C.
Ktprescnt the td;oving companies, vu.
.HK c xsn assi: i s in r
nu:lo Nevada, ol L aliiornii a . - 7 .
OmtmciitaL ol New ord fi..-
Mrnnliiiiu liivimu. ol (.eiinanv 1. !-:,
I.iindoii Asnranee. ol l-.ugland
Niagara, ot New 01k
orient, ot I'arttord
t'iio uiv. ol p.rooklvn
St. Paul l ire anil Marine, ol M111-
Southern, ol New Hleai:s
West 111. ot I oroulo
Mutual Aci'idciil Association.
.-Ltnn Lite' Insurance Company
JUK S A 1.15.
11 acres of land on Heaver Ham road, just
opposite I. S. liurnett's. A line site for a sub
urban residence. A nice knoll covered with
clover ami sonic tine oaks, with beaulilul
icwsof mountains ami the city. A rare
chance to bin such a piece of laud with nice
ch ar springs" gushing from the nth. Terms
easv ami price low.
lUiSTIC, IU.ANTON N CO.
LADIES' NEW FURNISHING STORE.
Silks, Plushes. AYliitodoods,
Laces, Kmliroideries, Rib
bons, Art Needlework Mate
rial, Handkerchiefs, Corsets,
(iloves, Hosiery, Ladies' Un
derwear. Lambrequins, Table
Covers. Pillow Shams, Tidies,
etc., etc. Lessons in Art Em
broidery and Stamping free
to all wliopurcliaseniatrnai
Kid (Skives tit ted to the hand
Stamping done while you
Corner of Mnin and Willow Streets, under
Sv annua oa Hotel.
FULEN WIDER & BRO.
At tlic rai'lii-st jiossihlo day wo will announce theopening
of a largo ami well Hclcctctl stock of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Kinhracing everything: from a .") cts. l'olka to$7.00lland
Ours will 1m 1 lit only exclusively loot and Shoe Store in
Asheville, and it is our purpose to make it the.
LEADING ONE IN WESTERN N. C,
Our mot to will he
AM) STRICTLY ONTi PKICE TO ALL.
FUIWIUER & BRO.,
N. 18 PATTOJJ AVliNUK.
I'tlK SAI.li HY
GIItIlVMI & LEE, Proprietors
BLincombe : Brick : and : Tile : Company,
Asmcvn.i.i;, n. c.
I', (i. mix :n:i
"THE WiNYAH SANITARIUM. "
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
I'm- Lin mvitim ul i;iliints siillii iiif; ul' discuses
,il linis nnd Illicit, iiml I'liiiiliK'liil iihiii tlie plan ill
tlii s.iiiitiirias .11 I'm rlii isilorl' anil I'alkfiisU'iii in Ger
many. Ours is tlic nnlv such institution in the United
States, anil cnilurscil liy tlic IcailiiiK members of the
incilical profession. Terms rcasonahle.
KAKI. VON Kl'CK, It. S., M. P.
THE CAROLINA SALOON,
Has tlic Finest and Largest stock ot
WHISKIES, : BRANDIES : AND : WINES,
ICcr Ilrouglit to Ashcvillc
l'ai ties wishing a muni artiele f.r lauiily ur other purposes, will find it to their interest to
jj;ive me tl call. Kespeettully,
AND IIOUSI-; FURNISHING GOODS.
Cur Load ..I 'Tcrrii Cotta nml l-'liic Pipe. Until Vulw, Wooden VVnre, I'aintH, Oils, Var
nishes, Unfiles nml I lest Wnll Colors, lioiiHllt I'rom first hands for cash.
I.nrKe stock CooIoiik Stoves just received.
C. S. COOPER,
protects tile wearers riK.'iinsi iiik'i pn.es .mo
. .. 1. : 1
the st vie or kind ion w-nl. or oilers vou shoes without W. I.. 1IOIT.1.AS- name ana price
laiii,.ed lu 111'. and savs ilu v an-.iust us Koud. do not lie deceived thereby, hut send di
rect to the Pacini -v. for vou enii Bcl what vou want liv return inail. postage paid. Dealer.
make inure nrolit on unknown shoes unit arc
He in. luci d to 1 1 n v shoes that Have no ivputai nuy oui npise miu
LAS' niiim- and ihe price slumped on Ihe hoiioin. and .vou are sure to wt full value for roar
IIIUIU-V- I I) -USJIlMK ll I U 'I III I S Mil IM iilllMlil l.l " v...-." ...... ... . w
Sinus lu urtleriim liv mail tate whrlher yu waul CmKress, Hutton or Lace, London cap
plain i-u-ii. h in . or narrow rap toe, svn ne
eaii lit Miiv lott that i noi (Iet..rnieii, as 111 v sh - .t
.hmI hall si. s. 1 uaraiiiee a til. pi oinpt ilelivery
,m iv.i.i u of ihe shoes ., Kf,.l ,iiJitio,..
V?.fet S Till!
ft 031 Mil.
W - i
-S-, mill will be paid to uny person who will prove the above statements to be untrue. The
followiiiK lines will be found to be of the same iiualily of excellence :
. m,ivl. r.PM'IXK ll.Xll Si:Wi;ii. which takes the place of custom-made
55.00 SIHlt S,,,es that cost from 7 to
ii- tJ1.,w. Till! (IKII-.IXAI. AXIl ONLY II A NI l-SP. W Kl) WliLT $4 SHUB.
!4'"U Sslltf C lapials custoin-ni.ide shoes costiilK ln.nl l to $S.
.. tll. l-'im Pii1.Ii.i:mi:N. Kailmad Men and Letter Carriersall wearthem.
53.50 JSIIOC smoolh inside as a hand-sewed shoe. No tacks or wax thread to
hurl the leet.
elww IS 1XI:KCI:1. l.i:n I-lIK llUAVY WEAK. Ik-st Calf Shoe for the
Glut,, WIIKKIXI'.MAX S.
25 5a0 p;,jr ouwhl lo wear a
t.. is linl l. Til siiiiIvS
5,2.00 ailtfC ill wear loiiKer than
, puK in YS is the best
mm tihni Yin i iis m in i-.P"-""'""
shoes 111 the world.
All made in Congress, Huttoii and I.acc.
W. L. Douglas' $3 and $2 Shoes
Until Ladies- Shoes arc made in sizes from 1 to 7, iilcludinK half sizes, and B, C, I), B and
STYLliS ol' I.AlUliS' SIIOHS.
"The I'rcnch liuera," '-The Spanish Arch OiK-ra." "The American Ciimmon-Scnse," "The
Medium Cointuon-Sciisc." All made In llutton in the Latest Styles.
Also, Prench llcra in Front Lacv, on $3 Shoe only.
Consumers should n nieinl r that . L. I H'l'.I. AS is the Inrerst and only Shoe Manu
facturer in l lie world, supplying shoes direct from factory, thus KivinR all the middle-men .
nrolits to tlie wearer.
A tmirof fine Mules, kind, nnd pood work
ers: also wuuon and double harness. Apply
to C.J. McCAPB,
'J Grove St.
J I ON EST CASH-
29 South Alain Street.
w. I,. norr.I.AS' name and the nrice are
stamped on the bottom of all Shoes adver
tised by him before IcavinK his factory; this
mm...... .. .. r
.r ..I.. It', .I..!.!.... ilii.. mif 1cmti
not wairauieu oy aiiyiiouy, mcnimc uu
sun- 10 kivi .
- s are math in m-nt variety of widths, sizes
ami perleet satistactton r money refunded
W. L. HOl'GLAS, Broekton, Mans.
W. L. DOUGLAS
Is a tint-seninKss ealf shoe, with Uonola tops,
aiul oak leather bottoms. They are made in
Congress. Huttoii and Laee on London Cap T,
airow Cup Toe and I'lain Fretieh Toe Lasts, in
f.i1-s from i to 1 1, ineludins half nizes and all
wiilths. It vou have been paying from $5 to $tt
for shoes ot "this quality do not do solotiKcr. One
pair Aid wear ns lnun s two paim of eoramon
sold by dealers that are not warranted by the
1 nir elaims for this shoe over all other $3 shoes
advertised, are :
1st. It eoiitains bet ter material.
L'd. It is more stylish, better tittinganddurahle.
.'til. II rives better ueneral satisfaction.
4-1 h 1 1 eosts more money to make.
-.Hi 11 tMv.-s iiiiin- miiiu-v for the consumer.
)ih It is st ld by nnre dealers throughout the U.S.
sueeess is one 10 mcni.
be duplieated by any other manu-
II c.illliol I
hesi iii Ihe world. nnd hasalnrfiwrde-
uul tliaii any other $U shoe advertised.
Is the liesl ill tlic worm lor roilKn wear; one
man a year.
THAT Oust l-KdM ip; to .a.ru. unc pair
iiuy shoe ever sold at thepnec.
School shoe m the world.
.1 II .. ..hnn.M. ... .......- .1 IihI
No. 66 S. Main St., .ultable fbramall .tore.
WM. IOHNSTON. IR-
68 N. Mala St.