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NaleiKh. Jas. t;. Martin. Aslirville.
JfV, WIDSON. MARTIN & .IONICS,
Attorneys mid Counsellors nl Law,
Aslu vilie. N. C.
Will pr .. liei-in tin-Uth and 12th Judicial
llistricts. -i 1 in the Supreme Court of North
Caroiina. ami in the l-Vilcral Courta of the
W, 'stern IHslriet of North Carolina.
KVIVr to Hunk of Ashc-. iltc. iltcl
en vs. a. mooiih. nepp ukkkick.
JJJOORB : M15KRICK.
Attorneys and Couusi-tlors at Law ,
t'laetiee in the I'nited States Circuit and
'uistrict Courts at Asheville, Stiiti-svill'.-. Cliar
lotte and tVrti'tislion., in the Supreme Court
at KaletKti, and in lie courts of the Tweltih
Judicial liisti iet of the State of North Caro.
Special attention given to eollcctiun ol
'. It. COHll,
COIIH : MliKKIMON,
1. It. MKRR1MON.
Attorneys ami Counsellors at I. aw
t'laetiee in all tlu- courts,
'tltliee: Num. 7 itml . lohiislon liuililiiiK-iltNi-4
'. V. .IONI-.V
IONI-.S fe SIH'1-OKH.
, A. slll'PoKll.
Attorneys at Law,
Asheville, X. C.
t'rncties lu the Superior Courts tit Western
North Carolina, the Supreme Court of the
State, and the Federal Courts tit Asheville.
Ollicc in Johnston liuildin. wli'Tconc mem
ber of the tiriu can always In t'liuutl.
J A TUNNKNT.
Architect and Contractor.
snccira-iilions and estimates fur-
All work in mv line contracted for,
and no charges for drawings on contracts
n warden inc.
Retcrcnees when desired.
Office: No. Ill Hendry llloek, North Court
Souart-. Asheville, N. C tcMPdlv
li. noi'c.i.Ass, n. i). s.
DENTAL ROOMS, .
NO. 2 SOUTH MAIN ST., ;
Over C.rnnt ,V Winjiert's Drug Store.
Residence, No. (IN llailey St. fcliiodly
R. II. RKKVKS, I). U.S. II. K. SMITH, II. D. S,
Irs. Reeves & Smith.
lu Coiuiftlly Building, over Redwood's Store,
Teeth extracted without pain, with thencw
an.'cKlhetic, and all cases of irregularity cor
K. RAMSAY, II. U.S.
) Office t
In Hnrnard Huildintf Hntrunees, Patton
Avenue ami Main Street.
I'cli'JtSd 1 T
Dr. I'ranU Harvey,
Office at Sevier'sStablc.
Residence Corner of Hast and Hillside
jul2! d l'Jni
VETERINARY SHOEING FORGE,
Scientific Shoeing in ull its branches.
Corner Walnut and North Main Strets.
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RTM'R M. I-ll:l.lt.!
All mechanical ocular defects of the eye cor
rected Hours for examination il to tli a. m . ii to
S p. m. julti dtl
Burns in any Lamp without danger of
Exploding or taking fire. See that you
gat the genuine. For (ale by
BALTIMORE UNITED OIL CO.,
ASH1IVILLK, N. C.
BOWS & BROTHERTON,
Plumbers & Tinners.
- STEAM AND !AS 1-ITTINC.
TIN AN1 SLATK HOOKING
FurnaccH and HcaterH.
Jobbing Promptly t
6 Patton Avenue,
HILD P LABOR
SStNSPA!N.i:!r0 to LIFE n.
;tid estimable lady or Irecott, Ark., writes
iiiiilerdateof April 22,'S9: "During the sum
mer of iaS7 my eyes become inflanieil, and
my stomach and liver hopelessly disordered
Nothing I ate agreed with mo. I took chron
ic diarrhona, and lor some time mv life was
despaired of by my family. The leading i.hv
siclans of the enuntrv were consulted, but
the medicines administered by them never
did me any permanent good, and I lingered
between life and death, the latter being pre-fc-i-Mble
to the agonies I was enduring. In
May, WH8. I became disgusted with phvsi
c ana and their me.licines. I dropped them
nl dcp,ded s..lely on Snift's Specillc
(S. S. S ), a few bottles of which made mc
pormently well well from then until nuw."
It Builds up Old People.
My mother who is a very old ladv, was
physically broken dow n. The use of Swift's
spec'iflc (8. S. S.) bus entirely restored her to
R. B. PILWORTH, Greenville, S. C.
Treatise. m Blood and Skin Diseases mailed
free. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlauta.Ga.
BRAOFIELO REGULATOR Ca. ATT-ANTAgA
BrttixKss and pli;ai rk.
lve Ilie Children a Cliauce.
There is somcthitu; radically wron-'
with the health of a child
listless, litis pour or no !iietite, eves
muikcu iiini with dark skin Dcncntli. In
most eases showing tmsi svinptoms the
child has worms, ami .ill I In" l it ,i....,l w
some simple remedy, such us Hart .'s Worm
v-icani, to expel me ivonns, iinil the elniil
will soon he in pel i'eet health aj;,mi. Pa
rents, trv it and let vour little ones have
a (Viir chance for lii. .
"What tin you mem, sir. Ivy swearing
In I' ire my wife? Von must ;.poloiize!"
"l'iinloii, inoiisii r! I'ardonl I do make
'.' apoli ii;y. I did not know ze lady wish
to swear ze first."
HucUleii'H Arnica Halve.
The liest salve in the world lor cuts,
bruises, sores, uieers, salt rlieum, lever
sores, teller, chapped hands, chillilnins,
coins, and till skin eruptions, and posi
tively tares piles, oi r-o pav reouiret,. it
is nuavanteed to jpve pel feet satisfaction
or money reltmded. rnci li cents per
' n har sale In K !,. laeolis. Haw
"Won at last!" he exclaimed triumph
antly. "Yes, Charlie," said she, shyly,
hut only on the strict condition, you
know, that I am to lie the one."
WHY WILL YOl' coujjh when Shiloh's
Lure will give immediate rehel. Trice PI
els., 00 cts., anil ail .
SllILOH'S CATAKKH K KM 151) Y a
positive cure for Catarrh, Diphtheria and
When money nets tight it ought to
make a man s pockethook lull.
If vou are sulVering with weak or in-
llaincd eves, or granulated evelitls, you
can lie cured by using Dr. J. H. McLean's
htrengtliening bye halve.
Know thyself. If you can't get the
requisite information, run lor office.
"Timely Wise"! For Mliaro Kjes!
"Nor hive, nor honor, wealth, norpowcr.
Citn give the heart a cheerful hour
When health is lost. Be timely wise;
With ill-health all taste of pleasure flics."
So speakeili dray, and who .denies?
No surer fact beneath the skies.
Alas! for him who early dies
ileeausc he is not timely wise.
Alas! for him who will endure
The ills he might so quickly cure ;
N'ight-sweats, and cough, and hard-
Consumption's heralds, signs of' death.
To be cured, take Dr. I'icree's (ioldcu
Medical Discovery. Thousands have
been cured by it who, otherwise, would
now be tilling untimely graves. For all
liver, blood and lung diseases, it is a sH
cilie. The "Discovery" is guaranteed to
cure in till eases of diseases for which it is
recommended, or money paid for it will
The man who wears his heart on his
sleeve does not do it in order to beat his
way in life.
-pile blood must be pure for the body to
! be in perfect condition, Dr. I. II. Mc
Lean's Sarsapnrilla makes pure blood
and imparts the rich bloom of health anil
vigor to the whole body.
One would think that a jailer would lie
in pain all the time with so many felons
on his hands.
TUB KLV. C.LO. 1 1 . T H A Y H K , of Ho ur
bon, lnd., savs: "Moth mvsclf and wife
owe our lives; to SllILOH'S CONSl'MI'
TlOX Cl RIi."
AKIi YOU MADti miserable by Indiges
tion, Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of
Aipctite, Yellow Skin? Shiloh's Yitalizer
is a positive cure.
To the thrifty housewife the whole
vexed color question resolves itself into
one thing "Will it wash ?"
It you feel "out of sorts," cross and
peevish take Dr. J. McLean's Sarsapa
rilla ; cheerfulness will return and life
will acquire new zest.
It's not the coat that makes the man
it's the name of the tailor on the little
tag at the buck of the neck.
Don't irritate your lungs with a stub
born cough when a pleasant and effective
remedy may lie found in Dr. J. II. Mc
Lean's Tar Wine Lung Balm.
The man who drinks whisky behind a
door would "give you awav" should he
catch you doing the same thing.
I' anie is a word ambition loves
A nil art hits ne'er its portrait painted,
Y irtue the heart of avarice moves,
0 blivious to the "shekels" sainted;
K nrer tlutn even these, bv far.
I I s health, delving poet's diction.
I T hen with it trifle not, nor mar
; K ltd ills that female pleasures bar
1 by taking Dr. I'icree's l-avoiilc I'rcseiip
J tioit a remedy so satisfactory lor ail
those weaknesses and diseases K-cuiiar
i to women, that thev need no longer snf-
Icr from them if they will but use this
i world-famed icnicdv.
'lints thai imported clot k of yours
kwp time?" "Not tor any practical
put poses. It miht for one ol Warner's
FOK DYSPHI'SlAantl LiverComplaint
vou have it printed guarantee on every
Lottie ol Shiloh's Vitalizer It iieverfaifs
A NASAL INJliCTOk free with each
hottle of Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price
When u innti lifts up his voice some
thing weighty may lie expected from
him; but expectations are not always
Hu H the Southern Medical World!
"Mother's Friend" is Krowiin; in favor
throughout the South and is highly rec
ommended by physicians. Weconsiderit
indispensable to those who know they
must pass through the ordeal of child
birth. Write The Kradtield Rej. Co., Atlanta,
(ia., for particulars. Sold by all drug
gists. The Czar of Russia is said to be in a
state of panic. He knows not whom to
trust. Even his wile is inclined to blow
him up now and then.
The FirHt Step.
Perhaps you are run down, can't eat,
can't sleep", can't think, can't do any
thing to your satisfaction, and you won
der what ails you. Vou should heed the
warning, you' are taking the first step
into Nervous Prostration. You need a
Nerve Tome and in hlectnc Bitters you
will find the exact remedy for restoring
your nervous system to its normal,
henlthv condition. Surprising results
follow the use of this great Nerve Tonic
and Alterative. Your npietite returns,
good digestion is restored, and the Liver
and Kidncvs resume healthy action. Try
a bottle. " Price 5k at F. L. Jacob's
"Why," said the husband, "do you put
the hair ol another woman on your
head?" "Why, " retorted Ins better-hall,
j "do you wear the skill of nnother calf on
' your hands ?"
"HACKMETACK," a Insting and fra
I grant i1onie. Price 25 and 50 cts.
SHILOH'S Cl'KK will immediately re
I lievc Croup, Whooping Cough and Bron
t LEMON KI.IXIK.
ItH Wonderful KfTect oti Uie Liver,
Stomacli. Rowels Kidney M
Dr. Mozley's Lemon I'lixir isa pleasant
lemon drink that positively cures all Bil
iousness, Constipation, Indigestion,
Headache, Malaria, kidnev Disease, Dtz-
I ziuess, Colds, Loss of'Appelitc, Fevers,
emus, iitotcnes, rimpies, ram in buck
Palpitation of Heart and nil other (lis-
1 eases caused by disordered liver, stomach
. and kidnevs, the first great cause of all
, fatal diseases. Fifty cents and one dol-
' lar per bott'e. Sold by druggists. Pre
j pared only bv II. Mozlcv. M. D., Allan
j tn, (in.
! Lemon Hot Strops.
i Tor coughs and colds, take Lemon Hot
For sore throat nntl liiiiiu liitis. lake
I Le.non Hot Drops.
I For pneumonia ami larvugcitis, take
Leitu.n Hot Drops.
For consumption and catarrh, take
Lemon Hot Djops.
For all throat anil lung diseases, take
Lemon Hot Drops
An elegant and reliable preparation.
Sold by druggists. 25 cents per bottle.
Prt pared bv H. Mozlcv, M. D., Atlanti
Wife I've just found a receipted
bill in your pocket. I thought you saitl
vou dull! t feel able to buy vourscll anew
sill; hat this fall ? Husband No, indeed;
that was one I bought to pay a bet with.
Advice to Mother.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Svrupshould
always be used for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the gums, al
lays all pains, cures wind colic, and is the
best remcu v for dinrrhieu. 2:xr. a bottle.
"I'm in the oil business," lie explained.
"I sometimes handle as much as 10,000
barrels of crude in a single day."
"Is il possible!" she responded. "Ten
thousand! It must make vou verv
Time-Tried, Truly TeHted.
Tried for venrs; severely tested, and
still growing in popular favor and use,
is the record enjoyed by Dr. I'icree's
Pleasant Purgative Pellets the little sugar-coated
lnxuthe granules, sold by
druggists, anti-bilious and cathartic.
-NO NUTRITIOUS JUICE
FIC t Ur CALIFORNIA.
.''imbiuc-! with Uie mt'tlifiual
, irtncs oi" jii.ini. kisnvii l.i In.
ibost heipjfi' i.il U) tlie .
system, forming an tiga-c;.!
and effective ;sativ. t' vrni:i
nently cure llaliitn.il Cotisr'
pation, and lhe many ills d
pendinp; on a weak or i-i:-cii
-'nditirui (d the
mm, LIVER AMD BOWCLS.
It i tbi-most excellent remedy known tn
CLEANSE THE SYSTEM EFFECTUAL!
When one is II. linns or Const ipated
PURE BLOOD, ReFKEtSHfNQ 8LEEF
HEALTH nnd 8TWEN0 TH
r ATURALLV FOLLOW.
Even' o.e is using il and all arc
delighted with it.
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MANUFACTURED ONLY BY
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
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LOUISVILLE. KY NOW YORK, N. f.
Are 4f?MW, and the BEST.
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LEADING STUB PENS.
I And Nos. 119, 102, Grant Pkn,
j LEADING LEDGER PENS.
And Nos. 101, 606, 030.
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AfD INOS. 9&S, HI, 10.
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Steel Pens, Ink Enters and Pocket Cutlery.
FOR 8ALB AT '
J. N. Morgan's Book Store.
J. N. MORGAN & CO.,
No, 3 Harnard Building.
.School and College Text
Books, ti full line. Poets, His
tory, Romance, Biography,
Travel and Novels, Family
Hibles, S. S. 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 dents' Pocket
books just opened. Fancy
Goods and Dolls.
My Recond shipment of Lap Kobes just re
ceived. New designe in PluHh, Beaver and
Astrachan. Bent quality rubes in town.
norl2ri3t 34 North Main street.
TUB LARGEST AND BEST EfJl'IPPBD IN
CHEMICAL AND ANALYTICAL LABORATORIES
II. C. Woltcrcck & Co.
CONKI'LTINO CIIKMIKT AND MINING BNCINKKNS.
Analyses of Mt-tnln, (Ires, Coal or Coke. Min
eral Waters, Fertilizers, etc.
PRICE LIST ON APPLICATION'.
Mining- propevty investiRnted, develoied,
bought ami suld.
Sample, can be sent by mail or express. If
sent by express, charges must be prepaid.
Atcents wanted in evtry place.
DR. II. C. WOLTCRUCK,
nov5 d&wly Manajcer.
THE 0REXEL INSTITUTE.
A Philadelphia School to Rt-sentble Some
what Hie Cooper Union.
In order loitorraclurrniieuus impres
sions about lhe Drexel Industrial in
stilute. whivli it wus inlciiilcd lo cs
tahlisli al Wayne (near Philadelphia),
il is thought advLsuble lo make a brief
stalenuTit, giving the original purpose
as it existed in Mr A. J Prexcl's
mind, with a review of the circum
staiieps u hieli have modified and en
larked thai purpose.
His lirsl lliouplil was, that as quite
a initiilier nf iiislituliuns bad been
founded fur the industrial Iniiiutigof
buys, mid but few (if any) exclusively
lor irtrls, tli;ii lie would establish an
industrial rollege for girls, in which
they should be instructed and trained
in such a way as to help lliein to em
pioyinent and occupations in which
they could earn a liberal living Ac
eoiniinxliii ions and facilities for hous
itisr. boarding and training aboul 200
girls were to be furnished, and lo this
end land and buildings were puichas
ed at Wayne, and architectural plans
were prepared by competent urchi
teets. in addition to tile girls wh
were to be thus boarded und instructed,
it was thought that the contemplated
institution might accommodate about
lour or live hundred more girls, who
could get to the school during the
day, get their luncheon there, and got
back to their own homes in the even
After more mature deliberation it
was found that this scheme had sov
eral drawback, this chief ol which
was tho withdrawal of th'j gi;-l:i from
home influence. There wore o'lior
strong considerations, but that was
the principal one, together with the
belief thai lhe sphere of usefulness oi
such an institution might be greatly
enlarged by the adoption of another
plan, abandoning the idea of hoarding
the girls, and establishing lhe insli
tu to within the city limits
It is now the purpose of Mr. Drexel
to provide funds to purchase land and
construct buildings, and for the main
tenuiico of "a full corps of instructors
for an industrial institut-i for young
women ami young men, that will ac
commodate for their instruction and
training, us many us a thousand girls
in lhe day time and a thousand ooys
1 he lacihties and instructions to be
provided fur this school are to lie free
of un.v and all cost lo its students for
ever; that is, so far as tho provision of
ample lunus and business foresight
ciiii assure The working operations
of the college will be probably
somewhat similar to those of
the Cooper institute in New
York. A large lecture hall, ca
pubic of sealing at least 2,dno persons
and an rxteusjve reading room, pro
vided with till the useful, technical
and other books and appropriate peri
odicals and newspapers ol the day.
will be features of the plan.
To The ledger it appears that this
modified and greatly enlarged scheme
is much preferable to the original de
sign, not only because it will freely
open the doors of the Drexel institute
to go many more .students, but because
the administration of it will he sim
pier and much more manageable. Il
will, of course, cost a much larger
amount of money, as an annual in
como of from $40.()l)U to $j(l.000 may
be required for the college, in addition
to tho cost of the land and buildings
In all, Mr. Drexel expects the founJa
lion, lauds and buildings and endow
ment of institution ma v cost $1,003,
000. Philadelphia Ledger.
Flu'lil Ofl Itheuinatisin.
We have entered the season when
rheumatism is likely to be the most
prevalent. Alter several months of
warm weather the systemsof those who
have been fortunate enough to evade
the heal, in shady places at summer
resorts, ure relaxed, weakened and
more or less choked up with waste,
lixerciso, the great eliminator of waste
material, is quite naturally neglected
during hot weather. And, what is
equally unfortunate, those who exer
cise too little are suro lo eat too much.
So autumn In ids them in a sluggish
state- as we have said, with all the
waste avenues more or less clogged
up. That is a routiilitm of things very
favoralile to rheumatism. Thoso who
have a tendency to that disease should
"take a Mitch' now and free their sys
tems of all retained matters. Tliey
should live abstemiously, exercise
treely, keep I lie skin active by fre
quent liatliuiL'. the liowels open with
lrtiits. ainl drink water in large uuan
lilies Water dissolves and washes
waste matter out ol the system; it is,
therefore, an aiisoluie essential where
there is any iiuiiairinenl in the action
of the kidney, bowels or skin, lie!
whoappites this simple treatment may i
feel quite secure from the attacks of :
rhetitii!itim liosinn Herald I
Hnrsei, Have lle-urt Disease. I
Horsemen in Kent county are puz
zled in regard to the appearance of a
fieculiar and fatal disease among
torses. The closest investigation so
far has failed to give any satisfactory
solution to the trouble, and the only
hypothesis is that from some unac
countable cause the horses a H eeled
have died from heart disease. The
animals apparently well drop, and in
some cases are dead almost instantly.
A horse belonging to Josiah Massey,
a farmer living near Chestertown,
while being bridled a few days ugo for
use on the farm, fell dead, as did an
other belonging to Henry Mass.
The horse was quietly grazing in the
pasture when Mr. Massey passed near
liiui and waved his hand to make him
move. The animal raised his head
and started to walk oil' and fell dead
in his tracks. In the cases mentioned
the horses were apparently well up to
the moment of dealh. eating heai-tily
and showing no signs of sickness.
Whether or nut the disease is conta
gious it is impossible lo say, as all in
vestigation has failed lo furnish any
satisfactory knowledge of the nature
of the trouble. (Mtestertown (Md.)
About 25.000.000 letters pass yearly
between the United Kingdom and
The New UlHcovery.
You have heard your friends and neigh
bors talking aho'jt it. You may yourself
lie one of the many who know from per
sonal experience just how good a thing it
is. If you have ever tried it, you are of
its staunch friends, because the wonder
ful thinj; about it is, that when once giv
en a trial. Dr. King's New Discovery ever
a tier holds a plaee in the house. It you
have never used it and should lie afflicted
with a cough, cold or any Throat, Lung
or Chest trouble, secure a bottle at once
and give it a lair trial. It is guaranteed
every time, or money refunded. Trial
bottles free at F. L. Jacobs' drug store.
The corset is a uamrlox. It conies to
stny and yet goes to waist. '
Waltkk B. Owyn,
W. W. WliST.
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( AiH-fX'ttKurs to Wa'tcr B.Gwyn) j
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
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fiuUll HiV u-lini
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lllOmiijAr, Wnyncsville, " 1 f." p m
o4-Npui ' Jarrelt's, " 70liam
(',4-5 pm " Westtield, Lv. ti 111 a m
SIccpiii"; Car Service.
Wc take pleasure in nniiouncin tliciiiaui.ru- i
ration of u daily line of ek-jiunl l'lilliii.-iu Hit:,
iet UrnwiuL' RoomCars, between llotSit:us
and Asheville and U asli ncton, II. C, Nov.
a, on the following sclieduie: '
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7 lSom '
! No. .12
" l olijun
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Clusf nnd surv cniina'titms umh at Vnh
iujrton tVtr nil jmint in the vth initl I tsi .
Tlii' l'ullnian Pin-i.r Car ntiw 'nitii; vi'rnt-d
bt'twct'ii Sulisliurv titul Knii t villi- on t'-t'sc
traitiM will be (liM'nnlinm il alter tlic i-om-imriiiTiiicnl
ol' tile Sl' cpiin: Car run.
Noh. 5(1 mid ,rl . I ulliniu Slci-jn rt- lK-twixn
ilnt-nshoro nntl Moi ristow n
V. A. WINIil KN. 1. P A .
Aslu-villf. N C.
JAS. L. TAYLOR. (V P. A .
Washington, I), C
r Cif Pure Cod !
Liver Oil and
of Lime and
la endorfoi and proscribed by 1 i
lihycjeliuis bomuflo bodi Hie 1'ntl .,. ti j
and Hyitophonithitvn am tho rt'o-n:'. , j
Hgontsl1! (lieciiKMir CoMUmption. il
at palatable an milk.
OC0I1 S LHiUISIQn Kmutniun. It
in a uitmlertitt Ftesh l'rtniurrr. it ia tht
Jist Jirnht for CONSUIVIPTIOW,
Scrofula, Bronchitis, Wasting Dis
eases, Chronic Coughs and Colds.
Ask tor Smu'a EinulHlon and take nootlier.
novlUcl&w ly tu thu sat
Street Car Schedule
ncRinnine at H.L'3 a. m. Kntlinjr !.:;( p. ni.
Caf leave Stuart lor Ik-pot every hournml
Car haves Square for Melke's 7 minutes
after each hour.
Car leaves Siiunre for Duuhleduy 7 minutes
after each hall hour.
Car leaves 1 repot lor Siiunre 7 minutes lie
fore each hour and half hour.
Car leaves Melkc'n for Square 7 minutes lie
fore eaeh half hour.
Car leaves Doubleilay for Square 7 minutes
before eai h hour.
Passengers from Poubleday for M (.-Ike's,
and vice versa, transfer at Company's yar 1.
BaffKQfn ur cents for each piece carried on
Waiting Room for l.adics at Messrs. Bir
ring Weaver's, No. 39 Pation avenue.
(itiscrve siKtis on outside of car tor its des
tination. Train car meets each train.
One valist allowed each passenger on pass
Tim ASIIBVILLB STRKKT KY. CO.
VNKW DHKD, carefully prepared by lead
inp meinbcrg of the Asheville bar Ion
finest parchment and heavy flat paper), co
crinft all ncccssarv points, just out ami nn
on sale at the otrtce of the Citizun Pchlish
INO Cn No. North Court Hqowrf. ""Unlgt
' SCOTT'S J
HFULENWIDER & BRO.
II.-i ve tli lnrp'st nnd most ( oiiiplclc stock of Men's, La
dies' mid Cliildivn's
BOOTS AND SHOES
To be found in Aslieville.
FIXE SHOES A SPECIALTY.
Try us before buying.
no. is pattnavi:m i:.
THE Ol.Ii ESTABLISHED
DRY GOODS STORE,
Corner EagSe Hotel
announce to 1 lie pulilic tluit we linve just re
tunied from lite Northern markets witli an
1ENSE STOCK OF 1W DRY GOODS,
And are le( (er prepared to supply our customers
1 linn ever before. Having disposed of a majority
of last season's floods, we respectfully invite you to
call and examine our Entirely New and Elegant
Stock before buying elsewhere. We offer the latest
DRESS GOODS and DUESS TRIMMINGS,
Silks, Velvets, etc. A complete line of Notions and
Fancy (ioods. We tire agents for the'; Celebrated
t'entenieri Kid Gloves, and Dtinlap Hiding Hats and
Caps. We call special attention to
OUR NEW CLOAK DEPARTMENT,
Which we have stocked with the In test styles and
designs in Ladies'. Misses' and ('hildreu'sClotli and
Plush Cloaks, Newmarkets. J,ickets.! Wraps, etc.
Remember that the
Is in ilic Kii'lp IUock only,
' ( hv only ISrnnch Store
COMPLETE CLOTKiKG DEPARTMENT,
Two doors below, wlicrc nil iire inx itcd (o i-Xiiiiiini1
slock .'Hid coiiipiirt' jirii'cs.
WV li.ivc polito iiml ntti'iit ivc clerks, who will show
ji'oods whether .you ure ivi;irel to buy or not.
A. WIIITLOCK, Agent.
P. A. DEM ENS,
Manufacturer nntl Dealer in all kinds of Pressed
L U M B 12 R,
Door, Sasli, ISIimls, Mouldings, Mtairwork, Pluiitcls, Hank
aud liar I- ixtures, and ail kinds or Huildiiig Material.
Hard Wood Lumkr Work a Specialty.
nnv 1 il 1 y
"THE WIHYAH SANITARIUM."
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
For tilt' reception of patients stitlci iny ol" tliseast-s
ol lungs and throat, and conducted upon the plan ot
thesanitaria-s at O(erl)ersdorl ami Falkeustein in Ger
many. Ours is the only such institution in the I'tiileil
States, and endorsed liy the lending nieniliers of the
medical profession. Terms reasonable.
KAKL VON KI-CK, li. S M. D.
H T. COI. I. INS, I'risiiUnl.
V. C. MclNTIKH, VU-i-l'ri-siilttit.
DRESSED DEEF AND PROVISION 1)0.
COLD STOR AGE.:
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in CHOICE MEATS.
Telephone Call 4.
Our Him will Ik to tfvrvc our customers with meats equal in qunlitvto any that can be oil
tuint-d hi thin or any other market. Plcawe give an a trial, at Mclntire't old stand.
Block ntHl S. Main St.
nud luisnot 1mmii uhvp1.
is a verv
Nt-ar lassciiKcr Depot.
l'lIII.ll" AHINTIKK. KutH-ritltendtnt,
J. S. WliST, Auditor.