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nothing I ate aerced t f, . f ""w'
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May 1888 I JR""''8i 1 w" ' "K-
It Builds up Old People.
My mother who is a very old ih ...
Physically broken down . Te use of &m"
SperiBo (i S. 8.) has entirelrSred Cto
K. B. DIL WORTH, Greenville, 8 C
Cilve the Children a Chance.
There is something nidically wrong
with the health of n child when it seems
listless, hiis poor or no npietite, eyes
sunken and with dark skin beneath. In
most cases showing these symptoms the
child has worms, and all that it needs is
some simple remedy , such as Hart's Worm
Cream, to exjiel the worms, and the child
will soon he in perfect health again. Pa
rents, try it and let your little ones have
a fair chance for lite.
tlAVlMMi.1, Tllos. A. Iuvks
.IAS. (.. Maktin, Aalu-villi.
Attorneys mid Counsellors nt
Asheville, N. C.
ii'i in the 1 1th anil IL'th Judicial
in the Knitrf.i,,.. I ..- kt.......
Carolina, and in the I'edernl Courts of the
estrrii District of North Carolina.
Refer to Hunk of Ashi villc. dtscl
ctl vs. A. mooki:.
Attorneys unci Counsellors ut Law,
Asheville, N. C.
I'rneliec in the Tinted Strites ci,-..i
I'lstnet Courts nt Asheville, Stule.sville, Clmr
lotte and Greensboro, in the Supreme Court
lit KnlriKli, null ill the courts of the Twelfth
Judicial liistriet of lhe Stnte of North Caro-ina.
The sewer-pipe trust
find itself in bad odor.
Bncklcu'H Arnica Halve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
conis, and all skin emotions, anil nosi-
tively cures piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction.
or money refunded. Trice 2f cents per
box. For sale bv I., lacohs. daw
The sugar manufacturer need not
necessarily have sandy hair.
SUilil'LESS NIGHTS, made miserable
bv that terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure is
the remedy for von.
CATARRH CUKIil), health and sweet
breath secured, by Shiloh's Catarrh
Remedy. Trice 50 cents. Nasal Injector
free byT. C. Smith & Co.
nttciuiou idveu to collection
'i'. ll. conn.
1)1111 .V M liHRIMO.N,
I. O. .MPKK1MON.
What wrecks many homes is drinking
whisky on a beer income.
If you are suffering with weak or in-
u.uiieii eyes, or irrunu nteel eve k s. vim
can be cured by using Dr. J. if. McLean's
Strengthening Eye Salve.
In the race of life it isn't the fast man
who comes out ahead.
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run vvaslimgton reports.
General and special comments.
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A full staff of able editors and corres
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months; 50 cents per month.
Miss lilderly I havejtisL been gather
ing autumn leaves. Sir. Oldho'v. Mr
Oldboy (cynically I So I ncrceicvc. You
have gathered them so ni.mv vra I
s ippose you do it autuiiui-aticallv, as it
The failure of a Philadelphia wool firm
is said to be due to the fact tliat the
banks wouldn't take their paper. Some
all-wool suits will doubtless be the result.
'Timely Wine" !
Attorneys unit Counsellors nt l.nw
Orneliee in nil the courts.
Ollice: Nos. 7 and
w. w.jonks. r.Kn. A. sin i dio).
JOXliS X- SillU'OKIl.
Attorneys at l.nv.
Asheville, N. C.
Prnetics in the Superior Courts of Western
North Carolina, the Supreme Court of the
State, and the Federal Courts nt Asheville.
Olhee in Johnston liuililini;, where one mem
ber ol the firm can always be found,
Architect and Contractor.
IMnils, specincuiions nnd estimates fur
nished. All work in my line contracted for,
nun no enurKca mr urawin
Kelercnces when desired.
Ofliec: No. 12 llcudrv llloek.
Square. Asheville. N. C
JJ (I. IMUIGI.ASS, V. U. S.
s on contracts
DENTAL iOOMS, . NO. 24 SOUTH MAIN ST.,
liver I. rant .V A'innert's Pruj; Store.
Kesidi nee. No. OS Hailey St. I'eblOdly
K. II. RKKVKS, D. U.S. j II. K. SMITH, D. I). S.
Ir. Heevcs & Smith.
t)ivPJTAI (Qgg OFKICE
In Connally Building, over Hedwood's Store,
Teeth extracted without pain, with the new
n iia'sthctic, and ull cases of irregularity cor
Por Nharn Kyeti !
'Nor love.jior honor, wealth, nor nnwer
Can give the heart a cheerful hour
When health is lost. He timely wise;
With ill-health all taste of pleasure Hies."
no sptaueui iiray, and who denies?
No surer fact beneath the skies.
Alas! for him wdio early dies
Hecausc he is not timely wise.
Alas! for him who will" endure
The ills he might so quickly cure ;
Night-sweats, and cough, and iiard
Consumption's heralds, signs of death.
To be cured, take Dr. Tierce's Golden
Medical Discovery. Thousands have
been cured by it who, otherwise, would
now be tilling untimely graves. For all
liver, blood and lung thsenses, it is a spe
cific. The "Discovery" is guaranteed to
cure in all cases of diseases for which it is
recommended, or money paid for it will
Is a gun thought to be doing great
execution when it hangs lire?
The blood must be pure for the body to
be in pcrlect condition, Dr. J. II. Mc
Lean's Sarsaparilla makes pure blood
and imparts the rich bloom of health and
vigor to the whole body.
Every hunter knows that it is much
easier to die game than to kill it.
SHILOH'S VITALIZEK is what you
iieeo ior constipation, loss ot Appetite
Dizziness, and all symptoms of Dyspepsia,
Price 10 and 75 cents per bottle.
CROUP. W HOOPING COUGH
! Hronchitis immediately relieved
I'. KA.MSA.Y, II. I). S.
In Hiirnard Buildln.i: Kntrnnees, I'nttn
Aveniic.and Main Street.
Br. I'ranU Ilarvcv,
Office at Sevicr'sStablc.
Residence Corner of liast and llillsidc
jull-'o il l'Jni
VETERINARY SHOEING FORGE.
Seicntilic Shoeing in ail its branches.
Corner Walnut and North Main Strets.
K. T. HOl.UNCSWORTII,
sepsdl v Shoer. .,
KTHl'K M. KIMLII.I
All mechanical ocular defects of the eve cor
Honrs lor exuininattoll 9 to 1 '2 a. tu , '2 to
5 1. in. join dtf
The cellars in Venice are nearly
damp, but most of the houses "hi
PERFECTLY ODERLESS !
Burns in any Lamp without danger of
t-Ar:iuuniy vr inning nro. aee mat VOU
. : p. , 1
y 3i mo uuiiuillBa rur IHIO Dy
BALTIMORE UNITED OIL CO.,
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
BOUIS & BROTHERTON,
Plumbers & Tinners.
STBAM AN1 OAS KITTINtl,
TIN AND SI.ATH KOOKINO
II you feel "out of sorts," cross and
peevish take Dr. J. McLean's Sarsapa
rilla; cheerfulness will return nnd life
will acquire new zest.
The sleeping apartment of a musical
cunege ougiu to oe cancii tne (lo-re-me-torv.
Hon t irritate your lungs with a stub
born cough when a plcasantand ctiectivc
remedy mar lie toiind in Dr. . H. Mc
Lean's Tar Wine Lung Halm.
Some men's affairs don't get straight
ened out until about the same lime they
V nine is a word ambition loves
A ml art has ne'er its portrait painted,
V irtue the heart of avarice moves,
0 blivious to the "shekels" sainted;
K arer than even these, by far,
1 s health, defvinc noct's diction.
T hen with it trifle not, nor mtir
15 ml ills that female pleasures bar
by taking Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescri
lioti it remedy so satisfactory for all
those weaknesses and diseases cculinr
to women, that thev need no longer stil
ler from them if thev will but use this
FIGS OF CALiFORNiA,
f'ombhicd with the tnrdicirm!
::-tnes of plaiil.s kiunvn to );:'
r.iost bfiiefi'.-ial to the In!!!';:.?
system, fonninj? an agroca!.:.
and cflTeclive laxative to 'perm
nently cure Habitual Consvi
pation, and tho many ills
pending on a weak or -imcti-v
"'tulitioii of the
mm, Lil'ER fliiD BOWELS.
It i. the most cxcellcnl remedy known to
CLEANSE THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY
tVh.r. one is l'.,i:.ius or Consiipatcd
SO ! HAT
PURE BLOOD, REFREHIMO SLEEP.
HEALTH and STRBNO TH
t ATURALLV FOLLOW.
Ivvery o.e is usiug it and oil are
delighted with it.
ALK YOUR DRUGGIST Fort
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'GOOD NIGHT! NOT GOOD-BY."
1 Bnw my lady die
And lie, ho orttliiKH crufl Is, dark Draitli,
Was si) deep Korniwful to stuy bur breath.
Ho eunip. all clemency
He would not let lier know;
Ko well he loved the bright soul he must take
That for our gncviiic and ber own fair alike
He hid his shaft and bow
Iflion her liis he laid
That "kiss of Hod" which kills but docs not harm:
With tender mesmuro. breathing no alarm.
Hi'Kaid, "H unafraid"
Sorrow grew almost glml,
I'ain half forgiven, puitiug well nigh kind.
To mark how placidly my lady's mind
'onwiittKl Iteady clad
In roln'.iol unseen light
Her willing soul spread whig. and. white she
'I'arliug1 good-byl" wo luouned-but she. at las!.
Murmured. "No. but good night'"
Good night, then, sweetheart! wife.
It this world lie the dark time and its morrow
Day dawn of paradise, disielling sorrow
Lighting our starless lite.
(Jood uight and uot good-by
iioou night' aiiillswt "Oood morrow!" II wo wake.
Vet why so quickly tired 1 Well, we must make
Haste to bo done, and die'
Kor dying bos grown dear
Now you are dead, who turned all tnings to grace:
We see Death made pole slumber on your face-
ijood mghf But Is dawn nenrf
Flowers rich of scent and hue
We laid iiion your sleeping place. And these
"Towers of fond verse, which once had gift to
Being your own take too
-Sir Edwin Arnold, in memory of bis wife, who
died March 14, 1889
COOK AND C0UNTKSS.
Are AMERICAN, and the BEST.
LEADING BUSINESS PENS.
And Nos. 76, 117, 1, Acme.
LEADING STUB PENS.
No. 4 J.;.. ;f"l!'
And Nos. 119, 102, Gbant Pen.
LEADING LEDGER PENS.
No. 99 SSSi!Sf.1
And Nos. 101, 605, 030.
LEADING SCHOOL PENS.
The man who is. most reudv to five
advice is the one who received n great
deal that he failed to use.
THAT HACKING COUGH tan lie so
Illicitly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We
WILL YOC SUFIMiK with Iv:iiensia
and Live,-Complaint ? Shiloh's Vitalizer
is guaranteed to cure you.
The dtllereiice between a shin and her
passenger is that the ship heaves in sitrht
while the passenger is a little more
And Nos. 333, 444, 16.
The Miller Bros. Cutler Co., Meriden, Conn.
Steel Pens, Ink Erasers and Pocket Cutlery.
FOH SAI.K AT
J. N. Morgan's Book Store.
THH LARtlliST AND BliST Hul l I'l'KI) IN
CHEMICAL AND ANALYTICAL LABORATORIES
H. C. Woitcreck & Co.
CO.NSri.TINi; CHKM1ST ANIl MIN1N'
Aualyscs of Mctnls, Ores, Ciml orCi
eral Waters, Fertilizers, etc.
I'RICK LIST ON APPLICATION.
Mining property investigated, developed,
bought anil sold.
Samples can be sent by mail or express. If
sent oy express, charges must be prepaid
Agents wanted in every place.
H. C. WOI.TCKKCK,
Furnaces and Heaters.
Jobbing Promptly :
6 Patton Avenue,
Kor hune back, side orchest. use Shiloh
1'orous Plaster. Price 25 cents.
SHILOH'S COUGH and Consumption
Cure is sold by us on a iruarantee. It
All things are equalized in cheap
restaurants. If the coffee is weak the
butter will lie strong. If the rolls are
cold the water will be warm enough.
Says the Southern medical Worlds
"Mother's Friend" is growing in favor
throughout the South and is hiirhlv ree-
uiiiiuciiucu uy pnysiciuns. weconsioerit
indispensable to those who know thev
must pass through the ordeal of child
Write The Bradlield Reg. Co., Atlanta.
Ga., tor particulars. Sold bv all druir-
learning to dismount is one of the
things that bother the amateur bicycle
rider. It is very appropriate that he
should study this in the Fall of the year.
Time-Tried, Truly Tested.
Tried for vears ; severely tested, and
still growing in popular favor and use,
is the record enjoyed by Dr. Pierce's
Pleasant Purgative Pellets the little su
gar-coated Inxathe granules, soltl bv
druggists, anti-bilious and cathartic.
Crii.o m w
LESSENS PAI,V,:Ft Tn i iff n
mnnm .. .-! ITIVJ I I I 1.1 1
BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO. ATLANTA gA
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The Dally Citizen.
Is alwavs alive to the interests of
Asheville and its people.
is tne most popular advertising me
dium in North Carolina.
Is read by a greater numlicr of people
man anyoiner secular paper in tne
Is alwavs filled with the choicest read
ing matter of the day.
Hoarding houses nil their rooms by ad
vertising in the Citizkn.
News, and all the news, makes the Cit
izkn a general favorite.
No retail merchant ever made a great
success without advertising. Try the
An advertisement in the Citizkn pays
the advertiser an hundred-fold.
J. N. MORGAN & CO.,
o. 3 Barnard Building.
School hih College Text
Books, a full line. Poets, His
tory, Romance, BioRraphy,
Travel find Novels, Family
Bibles, S. S. Bibles and Test
aments, Oxtord Teachers
Bibles, Son"; Books of all
kinds, large stock Stationery,
liianK nooks and Umce and
School Supplies. New line
Ladies' and Gents' rocket-
books just opened. Fancy
woous anu Dolls.
My second shipment of Lap Kobes just re
ceived. New rii-signs in Plush, Beaver anil
Astraehutl. Best quality robes in town.
novlL' i!3t 34. North Mnin street.
Til t9Rfl A MONTH enn Ik nmde
orkitiir fur l,. Am-ntsitn,
ferrcd who can furnish a horse nnd irive their
Whole time to the business. Snnre mntne,il
intty he profitably employed nlso. A few
vacancies in towns and rities. II. K iiihn.
SON & CO., loot) Main St., Richmond, Va.
N. B. Please stnte npe nnd business expe
rience. Iever minil nliont setiilmi, Rl.inn f.
reply. B. F. . & Co. apr3dt!in we
Patty Cowslip, th only daughter of
the Ri-v. Peter Cowslip, vicar of Mud-dlesworth-in-the-llarsb.
was a pretty
girl. She was so pretty that she might
have actually aspired, though she had
not a penny in the world, to marrying a
fashionable curate. But though Patty
was penniless she was ambitious, and
she had not the slightest idea of marry
ing the most fashionable of curates.
It is not necessary to desnribn mini
Patty was like. "Rather above than
below the ordinary height." us novelists
say, rich chestnut hair with a glint of
gold in it, an excellent I' rp, small ears
brown eyes with dark eyebrows and
lashes, pearly teeth sot in the rosy frame
of a pair of lips arched liko Cupid's bow,
a round and dimpled chin, a swanlike
neck bahl we have all once in our lives
met somebody as charming as Miss Patty
Cowslip; but as a rule the experience
has not been repeated. We must not
forgot, though, that "Miss Patty's arms
and bands were her strong point; a queen
might have envied them, for they were
Miss Pally Cowslip had had a decent
education; but beyond the annual sub-
suiy or ten pounds sterling a year which
the pal ish paid her for Waving the organ
she had not a penny in the world.
Tho Rev. Peter Cowslip was as poor as
a rat. With considerable di
managed to pay his tradesmen at the
year's end; but the liev. peter dined
every day much lietler than many mill
ionaires. And why? Was it on account
of the poor clergyman's wicked extrava
gance? Not a hit of it; the fact is that
Patty was a splendid cook a bom
genius for the noblest of the arts.
Many modern young ladies, having
purchased a terra colta jar and rendered
it hideous with daubs of paint, compel
their friends to fall down and worship it,
and call it art; other girls torment us
Willi the piano, violm, banjo, harp. sack
but, psaltery, dulcimer and all kinds of
music; other girls sing. All these peo
ple woik tneirwick-eil wills upon us with
impunity Wo grill; we say, "Oh. thank
you so much," because we are obliged to
no mat; ami our politeness is treated as
an encore, and then our sufferings re
commence. Pretty Patty Cowslip did none of those
dreadful things; but she could rook like
Ude, I'rancatelli and Soyer rolled into
one. And Pretty Patty wont up to town,
entered tho School of Cookery, and came
out as the senior wrangler of the year.
It was Patty first, the rest nowhere.
Monsieur Caramel, the professor of orna
mental pastry, proposed to her at once;
hut Patty refused him, for, as we have
saitl, she was ambitious. And then Miss
Cowslip issued a neat little advertise
ment, took modest lodgings in a modest
West tnd street, and began to teach on
ber own account
Lord ITeshpotts was a widowed noble
man He had three unmarried daugh
tersthe Ladies Gwendoline, Ermyn
trudeand Ennyngitrde Casserole, his
lordship was a great sufferer from indi
gestion, and he was dying of bad din
ners. No cook ever staid more than a
month in his house; each of his daugh
ters ruled the roast for a week, and gen
erally tno particular young lady who
happened to be responsible for the dinner
on any given evening left the room in
tears before the dessert was put upon the
Uble. If Lord Fleshpotts would only
have dined at his club all niitrht have
been well; but he persisted in dining at
home, and the lives of his three daugh
ters were slow martyrdoms.
I ! 1 i ...
iv cnuiiceu one nay mat tliey saw
Miss Cowslips advertisement in The
St. James Gazette Lady Gwendoline
pointed it out to her sisters. They or-
uoreu mo carriage early the next morn
ing, and they were ushered into Miss
Patty s neat little siti ing room in Park
street. "We don't want to take lessons,
Miss Cowslip," said Lady Gwendoline.
"We're too stupid," said Lady Errnyn
garde. "And it would be no use," said
Lady krmyntrude. "Hut, oh I Miss Cow.
slip, couldn't you come every morning
hdu give us a lew hints, tor pa is wast
ing vu.iDlyr cried the eldest girl.
"It's novelty that po r papa requires,
sobbed the second daughter; "refreshing
novelty and periieiual change. Those
are his very words, Miss Cowslip, his
cruel, heartless words "
Has Lord Fleshpotts ever tasted anole
ciumpiingsr- asked Patty Cowslip, sol
And we vii never even heard of
them! sighed Lady Erinyntrude.
So it was arranged that Patty was
come the next day and teach them how
to make apple dumplings, for which she
was to receive a lee of one guinea; and,
as a personal lavor, she wrote them
,11.11 wing iittie menu, in wim n among
uie sweei uisiies appeared the item
"Apple dumplings a la George Trois.
At 2 o'clock the next day Miss Cowslip
was siiown into tneir ladyships ixmdoir
A clean white cloth, by Patty's direction
was laid upon the round table in the con
ter ot the room; Hour, water, a dish of
apples, some brown sugar, some cloves
a pastry hoard and a basin were brought
in by Adolphus John, the six foot fool
man. and then each of the Ladies Cassi
role, provided with a silver knife, begin
to peel an apple
I oor things, they couldn't even do
that properly Hut Patty Cowslip, who
had taken off her bat and gloves, laid
aside her jacket and donned a natty little
owtss apron, trimmed with Russian em
broidery, rolled up her sleeves and dis
played her magnificent arms, and demon
strated the proper way to peel an apple
to the delight, astonishment and admira
tion of the Ladies Casserole; and when
she was in the middle of the process the
aoor opened and Lord Klesbpotts entered
fa, 6.nd Lady Gwendoline, "allow
me to introduce to you Miss Cowslin
who has kindly consented to give us a
"My dear young ladv!" cried his lord.
ship, "do I speak to the talented author
ess of the charming menu I hold in my
hand? Ever since it mot my eyes I have
felt a new sensation. I've oaten no lunch
1 am reserving myself for your most de
lectablo little dinner. But you have
moused my curiosity as well as my ap
polite. What on earth are apple dump
lings a la George Trois? It is a dish I
hare never met in tho whole course of
my vast experience." ("She's got the
most lovely arms and hands," he
thought, "that I ever saw in my life!")
ratty smiled. ("U hat teeth!" thought
"You shall see them made, Lord Flesh
potts, said Patty, "if you care to look
If I care! It will be the proudest
piiviiegeor my me. My dear Gwendo
line, said the earl, "I cou d watch tlw
movements of your charming friend forever."
"Pa!" cried the Ladies Casserole, in
an astonished and indignant chorus.
And then Professor Patty divided her
apples into quarters, and then she made
the paste and cut it into the requisite
sized squares. And Lord Fleshpotts
luuueu on wun respecttul admiration,
for he could not take bis eyes off her
magnificent hands and arms". "If," he
thought, "that shapely creature would
only prepare my meals for ever, life
would still have charms. I can't ask
her to be my cook, for she's a lady.
Gadl when I look at her, 1 feel myself
growing young again."
Just then Patty completed the first
"What do you think of that, I,nr,l
Fleshpotts?" she said, as she displayed
the little white sphere on her extended
"My dear young lady," said Lord
Fleshpotts, gazing at her arm and hand,
"it's a dream of loveliness."
"Your lordship is laughing at me,"
said Miss Patty.
"I'm not, I assure you!" burst in the
enamored peer; "I could eat it raw!"
And then the three Ladies Casserole
simultaneously began to hale Professor
I'atty with a deadly hatred
But Miss Cowslip hadn't come to Eaton
Square to waste her time. She turned
out the rest of the apple dumplings with
tno ceienty ot a practiced hand. She
took no further notice of his lordship,
but she pocketed ber guinea, which Ladv
lawendoline tendered wrapped in the
conventional piece of tissue paper, and
iook tier leave.
the dinner (hat evening in Eaton
square was lor once a success, and Ird
Fleslqiotts was helped three times toapple
uumpiings a la ueorge t rois.
The next day, when Miss Cowslip ar
rived at Eaton Square, she was shown
into his lordship's study.
"My dear young lady," cried Lord
Fleshpotts, as he advanced with extended
hands, "Pni delighted to see you! Words
tail me, he added, in a broken voice,
"to sufficiently express my appreciation
of your beauty and accomplishments.
The crispness of the crust, my dear
madam (they were baked dumplings),
was indescribable. I have one question
to ask you. Miss Cowslip. Will you be
Patty Cowslip felt as if the room wi
going round with her.
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Try us before buying'.
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We announce to the public that we have just re
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And fire better ire tared to supply
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Caps. We call special attention to
Which we have
designs in Ladies', .Misses' and Children'sCloth and
Hush Cloaks, Newmarkets. Jackets,;Wrnps, etc.
Remember that the
stocked with the latest"styles and
By virtue of n deert of trust dnlcd lulv 2
SXH. friven hv W. W. Carroll anil hi vifi.
Gertrude Carroll, tn .eeure payment of a eer.
tain note, default In which has been mnil, I
will .ell at nulilie auction at the murl ,,
on inurminy. iiee. p. all that lot or parcel
of land on Beaver Dam street just bevond
Col. Woliiey-a. with a Irontaxe 100 by" 207
feet. Terms reasonable.
nov6 lUt well J. B. IHCKERSDN.
TO WEAK rjEtl
Buffering from tha effect, of youthful erron, mtIt
decy, wketlng wertneM, loet manhood, etc., I wiu
end a valuable treuiee ( Mated) containing rail
pnttenlar. for home oun, F R EE of charge. A
plendid medical work ; abooldbe read by every
man who la nerroii and debilitated. Addreea,
li"f. r. C FOWLER, Moodiu, Conn.
nov5 dftw If
a dish I never heard of."
claimed Lady Uwemloline.
! hev wore a favorite dish with His
Majesty King (ieorge the Third," ro-
iiiufKeil ''any, the historian.
The New DiHcovery.
You have heard your friends and neigh
bors talking abo-it it. You may yourself
oe one ol the many who know from per
sonal experience just how good a thing it
is. ii you nave ever tried it, you are of
us siaunen rnends. because the wonder
ful thing about it is, that when once giv
en a trial. Dr. King's New Discovery ever
after holds a place in the house. If vou
have never used it and should be afflicted
with a cough, cold or anv Throat, Lung
or Chest trouble, secure a bottle at once
and give it a fair trial. It is guaranteed
every time, or monev refunded. Trial
bottles free at F. L. Jacobs' drug store.
The corset is a paradox. It comes to
stay and yet goes to waist.
l lie enamored peer dropped upon his
"If the devotion of a life time"
"Don't, Lord Fleshpotts!" said Pattv
"You've found the way to my heart,
The second Lady Fleshpotts is a very
popular person, and her dinners are cele
brated. She has married off her three
stepdaughters to Mustard, Soap and
Furniture, respectively, and she takes
the most dutiful care of her husband.
His lordship's bill, the British cooks
compulsory education act, comes on for
first reading at an early date, and the
young countess of Fleshpotts has prom
ised to give evidence at the roval com
mission which is expected to be appoint-
upon me suoject, St. James' Gazette,
A Franklin llequent.
A large public bath will soon be erected
in Philadelphia, from money left bv
Benjamin rranklin and John Scntr.
Franklin left in his will, dated April 23,
1 1 80, 5,000 to be used by Philadelphia
in such a way that after the lapse of a
ceniury me principal and interest should
amount to a sum large enough to make
valuable public improvements. In 1MB
John Scott added $4,000 to this sum. The
principal now amounts altogether to
about tl 10,000. Ten thousand dollars of
this will lie laid aside for another cen
tury, after the new bath is constructed.
The Klrnt Step.
Perhaps you are run down, can't e:it.
can t sicep, can t think, can't do any
thing to your satisfaction, and vou won
der what ails vou. You should" heed the
warning, you are takinir the first sten
into Nervous Prostration. You need a
Nerve Tonic and in Klrctric Bitters you
will find the exact remedy for restoring
your nervous system to its normal,
healthy condition. Surorisinrr results
follow the use of this great Nerve Tonic
nnd Alterative. Your nnoetite returns.
good digestion is restored, and the Liver
and Kidneys resume healthy action. Trv
a Dottle. I'nce 50c. nt F. L. Jacob's
The ocean erevhounds have no time tn
consider barks at sea.
Is in the Kaf-'le Work only, and liasnot been moved.
Our only Branch Store is a very
COMPLETE CLOTHING DEPARTMENT,
i ho doors neiow, wliere A are invited to examine
stock and compare prices.
We have polite and attentiveclerks, who will show
floods whether yon are prepared to buy or not.
A. WHITLOCK, Agent.
I-'OR SALE BY-
GIRDWOOD & LEE, Proprietors
Buncombe t Brick : and j Tile : Company,
ASHEV1XLK, IS. C.
P. l). BOX 313.
WINYAH SANITARIUM, "
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
Kor the reception of patients suffering of diseases
of lungs and throat, and conducted upon the plan ot
the sanitaria's at Gicrbersdorf and Falkenstein in Ger
many. Ours is the only such institution in the United
States, and endorsed by the leading memliers of the
medical profession. Terms reasonable.
KARL VON RUCK, B. S M. D.
H. T. COLLINS, rrvsidenl.
I". C. McINTlKli, Viec-I-raidcnt.
P, "s wc'.NTiR B- S-Prrintctidmt.
J. o. W EST, Auditor.
DRESSED BEEF AND PROVISION CO.
Wholesale and detail Dealers In rnnirc mr.M
Telephone Call 4.
Our aim will be to ecrvc onr cn.tomers with meat, equal in quality to any that tan be ol.
Pleaae give ua a trial, at Mclntlre'a old stud.
tained in this or any other market.