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Four Years on Crutches.
For flfteeo years I was afflicted with rheu
matism, four yeareof which I was compelled
to go on crutches. Words are Inadequate to
express the suffering I endured during that
time. During thette fifteen years of exis
tence fit wns not living), I tried every known
remedy without receiving any benefit. I
finally began on Swift's Specific (8. 8. 8.).
whicn from the first gave me relief, and to
day I am enjoying the best of health, and am
a well man. I candidly believe that S. 8. 8.
1b the best buxxl purtilcron the market to
day. J. I). T A VLOH, Cuba, Mo.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Piseases mail
edfree.SWIFTSi'EClFIC CO., Atlanta Oa-
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JJAVIDSON, MARTIN Si JONKS.
Attorneys and CoimaellnrH at Law,
Ashcvilk'. N. C.
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There is something radically wrong
with the health of a child when it seems
listless, lias poor or no iipjietitc, eyes
sniiKci) and with nark skin heneath. In
most eases showing these symptoms the
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some simpleremedy.suchas Hart's Worm
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It is a sailor's experience that s'-'as
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The best salve in the world for cuts,
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is guaranteed to give jierlect satisfaction,
or money refunded, l'rice 2f) cents jkt
li-ix. l-or sale hv F. I.. ncohs. daw
There is one thing certain about the
Crunin triangle it wasn't square.
SLEEI'LKSS NIGHTS, mademiserable
bv that terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure is
the remedy lor vou.
CATARRH CUKliD, health and sweet
breath secured, by Shiloh's Catarrh
Remedy. Price 50 cents. Nasal Injector
free by T. C. Smith & Co.
In some places corn is known as fodder.
We presume this must be the pop-corn.
If 3'ou are sutTcring with weak or in
flamed eyes, or granulated eyelids, you
can be cured by using Ur. J. H. McLean's
Strengthening bye Salve.
A politician is supposed to see his
palmiest days when he is "in the hands
ol his friends."
It vou are all run down nave no
strength, no energy, and feel very tired
all the time take Dr. J. II. McLean's
Sarsaparilla. It will impart strength
and vitality to your system.
The easiest wav for u good wife to get
along nleasautlv is to pructne what her
The blood must lie pure foi tlicbody to
be in perfect condition, Ur I. 11. Mc
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and imparts the rich bloom oi health and
vigor to the whole body.
During the last eighteen months the
Russian Government has expelled 35,000
Jews troni the hinpire.
SHILOH'S VITALIZl-R is what vou
need lor Constipation, Loss of Appetite,
Dizincss, and all symptomsof Dyspepsia,
Price 10 and in cents tier home.
CROl'P, WHOOPING COUGH and
Hronchitis immediately relieved by
My dear sir, how much vour daughter
has grown this last summer. 1 can
scarcely believe it. Whv, her dress
scarcely reaches to her shoulders.
II vim kel "out of sorts," cross and
K'cvish take Dr. J. McLean's Sursapa-
nlia; clu'crliilncsa will return and lilt-
will acquire new zest.
lohnnv Bulks Sav, pa, what is this
society called the Sons of Iicnjainin ?
Hinks People who hold government
ollices under the present administration
Don't irritate your luinjs with a stub
born couh when a plcasautand eflective
remedy may be found in Dr. J. H. Mc
Lean s lar Wine Lung Halm.
Tommv I wish the school room
Mother Why ?
Tommv So the teacher couldn't make
me stand in the corner.
THAT HACKING COUGH can be so
iiuicklv cured b Shiloh's Cure. We
WILL VOU SUPFIiK with Dyspepsia
and Live.- Complaint ? Shiloh's Vitalizer
is guaranteed to cure you.
"Oh!" he muttered, iinnicnselvrclicved
"gone to match a ribbon. It's all right,
then. She'll return when the stores arc
closed," and with a serene brow he sat
down to his evening paper.
We desire to say to our citizens, that
for years we have been selling Dr. King's
New Discovery lor Consumption, Dr.
King's New Life Pills, Huckleu's Arnica
Salve and Electric Bitters, and have
never handled remedies that sell as well.
or that have given such universal satis-
taction. We do not Hesitate to guarantee
them every time, and we stand ready to
refund the nurclinse price, it satislactoiy
results do not follow tJieir use. i ncse
remedies have won their great popularity
purely on their merits. I. L. Jacobs,
How shall we move the masses
asked the temcraiice orator. Just then
some one in the outskirts of the crowd
remarked: "Come up and take a drink
fellows," and the masses moved.
For lame back, side or chest, use Shiloh's
Porous Plaster. Price 2a cents.
SHILOH'S COUGH and Consumption
Cure is sold bv us on a guarantee. It
JMoses Sehaumburg, jr. Vader, a
suentlemaiis wants to know it dot un
shrinkable undershirt don't shrink a
leedle, any vay.
Mose Sehaumburg, hr. Does dot snirt
"No it vns choost u leedle too pig."
"Of course it vill shrink,- Vy don't
you have some heads tor pishness."
Don't hnvk, hawk, blow, spit and dis
gust everybody with your offensive
breath, but use ur. sage s tntnrrn Rem
edy and end it. GO cents, by druggists.
The clock struck 12.
"Darling, will you love me when I'm
1 can eatery say yes, Mr. amitners, be
cause it doesn t loon now as it vou
would ever go," replied the young lady.
And then Smithers knew his case was
Poor Widow nedolll
She tried to write love poetry to the
deacon, and could frame only
LonK time 1 bore."
Had the lone creature used Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription the sure remedy
for the weakness and peculiarailments of
her sex she miizht have secured the dca-
cons's favor by the cheerful character of
Well, Dennis," said a gentleman to his
gardner, "I'm told you have fallen into
How is that, sor?
I hear that vou have gotten to be a
"Harrud dhrinker, is it ?
"Bcgorra, its few people as dhrinks
aisicr than myself."
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Mother's Friend" is growing in favor
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indispensable to those who know they
must pass through the ordeal of child
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cipe." This information will surprise
those persons who supposed it grew on
Caller Why don't you try Christian
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it did for our baby. Hostess Yes; but I
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80 Jim ludeadi I dco't know why
It should Imj so. bui, do vou know.
It seems a most unnatural thing
That Jim should din
Ho swmed so sure to win; Id all he tried
IIo camt out Ix-st; bs tx'at the rest,
As sportsmen say. "ilanda down."
And yot ht dle-J
Whrn wh were chums 1 don't suppose
There evor were u warmer uir
VW used to speculate on death.
And now he knows
Ilfiiwil to say You never ca
Convince my mind thai we hIiu.1I find
A Is-ttiT world heynnd than this "
Mow now old man
It wi-nw so Weak ol Jim But stop
I comprehend -my dear old friend,
In this, us ot't lief ore, you have
Como out on top
-IjuireiiK liuyurd I Venn mo Id New York Sun.
THAT LOVE I.HTTI-li.
It l ix'Ht. on the wholn, not to read
your liuisliurKl'H IrttcrH until lie linnds
Ihi'in to you, anil it is much the In st not
to examine liis porki'ls. except for holes,
then set asiile whatever you fine) there
I helieve little MrH Elliott would give
uny ,vuiiii(; wife that adviee today; hut
there was a time we are all fallihle.
heing mortal when xhe had been mar
ried ahout two years, that she made
herself an amateur detective, us far as
her Frank went, and had found holes
that she could not explain one that
had something in it ahout Clam partic
ularly. It was only half a letter, hut it
Naturally jealous, she w as too proud
to betray the fact intentionally; but there
is no keeping a secret of that sort from
the servants. They knew it. other peo
pie guessed at it.
Her fancies about Clara oh, who was
Clara? made her heart ache; hut ruin
making and prying did nut help her
When her husband was awav us he
i often was- she suffered tortures. He
i might, lor all she knew, be leading a
j double life, and so she steamed all his
I letters open before she forwarded them,
and now anil then found something that
I might mean more than it said, and so
j we come to an afternoon when she Mrs
hlliot came down stairs dressed for
dinner, for which she always made a
careful toilet, and met the waitress as
cending to the upper door The. girl's
place at that moment was in the dining
room, and .Mrs. IClii.it knew that noth
ing was needed or forgotten that per
tained to thu dinner; moreover, the girl
had an air of secrecy about her, and
seemed to be hiding something under
"What's that you have there, IiusaV
Mrs. Elliot asked, a little sharply
The girl stopped, looked down, and
"Only a letter, ma am."
'For yourself?" asked Mrs. Elliot.
'No, nia'aiii, tor master," said the girl.
'Well, give it to me." said Mis. Elliot
The gil l hesitated
"Indeed, ma'am, the lady said to give
it to himself," said liosa.
"A lady? A beggar with a petition. I
suppose," said Mrs. Elliot.
"A lady, nia'in. and she's gone," said
the girl "She wore a blue veil; but 1
never saw her before, I'm sure."
"Oh, very well." replied her mistress.
'Give me the note Mr. Elliot is shav
ing, and would not wish to bedisturbed."
The. girl pave a little impertinent toss
to her head as she obeyed, and flounced
down stairs in a way that mado her mis
tress resolve to give her warning. j
The trouble was that the lady in the
blue veil had given Rosa some money
had whispered, "Mr. Elliot, and no one
else," and had hurried away in a sus
Mrs. Elliot meanwhile stood turning
the envelope over. The address was
merely her husband's name Mr l-'rank
Elliot and the edge of the flap was still
damp, as if sealed at the door. It would
open at a touch she could reail it and
know its contents if she chose.
"1 do choose," she said the next mo
meat, and the edgeof the envelope rolled
hack and a slip of paper fell out On it
were written these words-
1)i;ah FuaNU Meet mo at the usual
place if you can dodge your wife.
A moment more and the letter was re
scaled, and Mrs Elliot, trembling with
anger, stood leaning against the window
frame She felt that the dread that hail
been upon her had taken shape at last.
However, she would not bo hasty
She would wait until she was sure that
he desired to receive the letter If he
did not obey the summons it would
prove to her that he was true to her
Then she would tell him what she knew
and ask his conlideuce
She carried the letter down stairs with
her. and placed it at his plate, and as he
opened it she watched him closely
It certainly did not seem to please him
lie frowned, changed color and thrust it
into his pocket; but he went on with his
dinner without any remark.
Mrs Elliot, however could not re
"You look as though you had received
a plumber's bill," she said.
"It is not a bill," he said, "it is a note,
and it vexes me because I shall have to
change my plans for to-night. I intend
ed to take you to the theatre, now I can
not do it i shall have to leave you,
and, what is more, 1 shall not be back
until to-morrow night I'll send a mes
senger to Uncle James. He will escort
you to the theatre, and"
"I will not go with your uncle James,"
said Mrs Elliot, sharply "You must
take me 1 will not lie used in this way
-you must go with me."
"My dear, I cannot tell you how it
vexes me to have to leave you," said Mr.
"I-'rai-.k," she answered, "I have al
ways said that there are some things
which a wife should not endure."
- "Lizie, my dear, listen: I will take
you to the theatre to-morrow night
or the night alter, we will enjoy our
selves quite as well I think it will rain
The Power Of Ink.
"A small drop of ink. falling, like dew,
UHin a thought, proclaims tjiat which
makes thousands, perhaps millions,
think," wrote Hvron. The inspiration of
his K-n might give the dusky fluid such a
far-reaching power, and we wish we were
possessed of such an inspiration, that
we might, through a like medium, bring
into such extended notice the matchless
virtues of Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Purga
tive Pellets, those tiny, sugar-coated
granules which contain, "in a concentra
ted form, the active principles of vegeta
ble extracts that Dnine Nature rlcsiirned
especially to promote n healthy action of
the liver, stomach and bowels.
The weather is as uncertain as the age
of a girl over thirty.
"Do you suppose 1 am a baby to tret
ahout not seeing a play?" said Mrs. El
liot. "No, frank, only you must tell me
why you break the engagement and
where you are going."
"liusiness, my dear, business." said
Mr. Elliot, in un artificial manner T
explain some day Kindness is business
now be quiet: nd comfortable likp a gooi
girl good night
Lie tried to kiss tier but she pushed
him away Then he took his hat am
overcoat and left the house, with a littl
laugh not like his ow n
Hardly had ho passed the threshold
when his wile sprung to her feet, sliiipi-
on un ulster that hung in a closet in tin
dining room hall, donned a little round
cap and gray veil, and sneaked out of
the basement door sneak was the word,
"She's following him this time." said
Kosa to the cook
'Jealous again," said cook
'I guess he's giving her reason." said
"It's something dreadful," said cook
'the way married men go on "
Meanwhile Mrs Elliot lurked in the
shadow of the stone balustrades, and
saw that her husband stood under the
gas lamp at the corner examining the
note which he had received
Well wherever he went there also she
would go Whosoever he might meet
should also meet her This was the end
of everything, the finale Itut she would
not weep she would have long years
lor that she would behave as an in
suited wife should.
tie was about to enter a car; she also
hailed it An ulster and a thick veil re
duce all women to one level He would
not know her even if he saw her She
sat in her corner and saw that he stood
on the platform smoking Which wav
the car was going she scarcely noticed
He left it at last and entered anollur; so
did she Again he smoked on the plat
form, butat last. "Kort Lee ferry I" shout
ed the conductor, and she followed hai
husband into a ferry boat It was dark
and though it did not rain the air was
full of moisture There were very few-
people upon the boat, hut several of then
were brutal looking men, and they stared
at her, seeming to wonder nt her thick
veil She had forgotten her gloves, ami
her small, white hands glistened witl
rings, some of them very valuable
As she left the ferry, and, following
her husband's figure, crossed the great
tracB ot a railroad, she trembled witl
terror. As he ascended the bluff she
kilted her skirts and followed
V ho could Clara be what manner of
woman was she to appoint a rendezvous
like this? It was a nasty, slipperv, un
pleasant place There was a drinking
6aloon hard oy, winch seemed to be full
of rough men She drew so near to her
husband that she could have touched his
coat as they passed this place, but he did
not look around And now it began
to rain in earnest and the road they
had turned into seemed to be two feet
deep with mud. and still Mr. Elliot
marched ou. At last a frightful thing
occurred to Clara She wore upon her
leet a pair ot patent leather ties and
with all this climbing and straining of
I he shoes the ribbons had come undone.
Suddenly the mud caught at them with
that curious power of suction which
mud seems to have at times, and the
shoes came off. In vain she felt about
for them; they seemed to have vanished.
"Halloo!" said a voice near her.
-wnats tne matter with you. young
"1 nothing!" gasped Mrs. Elliot. A
large policeman stood before her.
"This ain't no place for a young-woman
to be kiting round alone," said the
policeman. "It s dangerous if you're a
decent girl What's happened? Lost
"No," said Mrs Elliot, "I'm not alone,
there's my husband Frank. Frank,
Mr. Elliot turned and walked back.
'Left you behind, did 1. Lizzie?" he
'You're a mighty careful husband,"
said the policeman. "I do think." and
Then Mr. Elliot, who was a large man,
simply picked his little wife up in his
anus and carried her hack to the ground,
which encircled the tavern Here he set
her down upon a wooden platform. Then
for a moment he vanished and returned
with a glass of wine, which he made
Mrs. Elliot drink.
"I've hired a cub," he said; "we'll
irive back to the ferry It's too stormy
a night to go looking for Clara; besides,
she's thousands of miles away."
"Clara!" cried Mrs. Elliot. 'Don't
speak of Clara how dare you?"
"She very nearly ruined me, my dear,
I threw away lots of money on her,"
said Mr. Elliot, 'but she is looking up
now My dear, 1 know you have been
rummaging my pockets nnd reading my
letters for two years, but 1 only found
out what you suspected when my mother
told me that you asked her if I had ever
known a lady named Clara before I mot
"Oh, Frank, don't try to deceive mel"
sobbed Lizzie. "1 read the note the wo
man left to-night I"
"Oh, 1 knew it." said Mr. Elliot. "It
was fixed for you to read. I wrote it to
myself, and my mother left it at the door
at dinner time. 1 gave her a signal from
the window that she might know you
were coming down stairs, and I've kept
an eye on you I've watched you ever
sinco you left the door My dear child,
I never knew a Clara in my life; 1 never
had a doubtful love atfair, even as a boy.
The note you saw was about an oil well
in which I had shares the Clara. She
was a fickle creature, I admit, and made
me anxious, but since you were bound
to be jealous"
"Carriage, sir," said the driver.
Mr. Elliot lifted his shoeless wife into
the vehicle. And half way home she
vowed that she would never forgive him,
but the other half she wept upon his vest.
"I felt so helpless without my shoes,"
she declares, "that my spirit was fairly
Rut at all events she was never jeal
ous of Clara again. Mary Kyle Dallas
in Fireside Companion.
In CoiiHumptlon Incurable?
Kead the following: Mr. C. H. Morris,
Newark, Ark., says: "Wns down with
Abscess of Lungs, and friends nnd
physicians pronounced mc an Incurable
Consumptive. Began taking Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption; am now
on my third bottle, nnd able to oversee
the work on my farm. It is the finest
medicine ever made."
Jesse Middlcwnrt, Decatur, Ohio, says:
"Had it not been for Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption I would have
died of Lung Troubles. Was given up by
doctors. Am now in best of health." Try
it. Sample bottles free at F. L. Jacobs'
The Pan American question Can the
delegates stand the racket ?
-W H I T
THE OLD ESTABLISHED
DRY GOODS STORE,
Corner Eagle Hotel Block and S. Main St.
AVe announce to llie public that we
turned from the Northern markets
IMMENSE STOCK OF NEW DRY GOODS,
And are better prepared to supply our customers
than ever before. Having disposed of n majority
of last season's goods, we respectfully invite you to
call and examine our Entirely New and Elegant
Stock before buying elsewhere. AVe offer the latest
DRESS GOODS and
Silks, A el vets, etc. A complete line of Notions and
Fancy (loods. AVe are agents for theXCelebrated
(Vntemeri Kid Gloves, and DunlapRidingllatsand
Caps. AVe cull special attention to
OUlt NEAV CLOAK DEPARTMENT.
AVliich we have stocked with the lateststyles and
designs in Ladies', Misses' and Children's Cloth and
Plush Cloaks, Newmarkets. Jackets.gAA'raps, etc.
Remember that the
Is in the Eagle Plock only, and hasnot been moved.
Our only Branch Store is a very
COMPLETE CLOTHING DEPARTMENT,
1 wo doors below, where sill are invited to examine
stock and compare prices.
AA'e have polite andattentiveclerks, who will show
goods whether you are prepared to buy or not.
A. WIIITLOCK, Agent.
i FULEN WIDER & RR0.I
Have the largest and most complete stock of Men's, La
ics' and Children's
BOOTS AND SHOES
To he found in Asheville.
FINE SHOES A SPECIALTY.
Try us before buying.
NO. 18 PATTON AVENl'K.
FOR SALE BY
GIRDWOOD & LEE, Proprietors
Buncombe : Brick : and t Tile t Company,
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
V. O. BOX 313
For the reception of patients suffering of diseases
of lungs and throat, and conducted upon the plan of
the sanitaria's at Gcerbersdorf and Falkenstcin in Ger
many. Ours is the only such institution in the United
States, and endorsed hy the leading memlicrs of the
medical profession. Terms reasonable.
KARL VON RUCK, B. S., M. D.
H. T. COLLINS, I'n-siitcnt.
I'. C. Mi-lNTlKK, Vkt-I'rcsiilrot.
DRESSED DEEF AND PROVISION CO.
Wholesaleaud Retail Dealers in CHOICE MEATS.
Telephone Call 4.
Our aim will be to wrvc our customers with meats equal In quality to an 7 that can be ob
tained In this or any other market. Please give, ns a trial, at Mclntirc'a old stand,
cpt 19 dlj
L O C K'S,
have just re
WINYAH SANITARIUM, "
ASHEVILLE, N. C
PHILIP McINTlRB, Superintendent,
J. S. WEST, Auditor.