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HI SIPUEBH AND PLEASURE.
A PAIR OF Til KM.
Ulve the Children a Chance. i I(h Wonderful :flcct on Hie l.lver.
There is soinetliiiij; rnilicallv wrong j Ktoiiiucli. liowelH KiIneH
1 with the lienlth of a eliilil when it seems anJ mood.
listless, has poor or no apjietile, eves Dr. Mozley's U'lium Klixir is i iile;ts:iiit
I sunken ami with dark skin beneath. In J lemon drink that nositivelv eii'is nil Hil-
n cases sh,;vin;r thr- symptoms the ionsncss, Constipation, Indigestion,
Four Years on Crutches.
Tor fifteen years I was afflicted with rhra
mntim,foiir yearsot which I waaeompelled
l( pi im ci utche. Would arc Inadequate to
exiiewi the BuQerlng I endured durinK that
lime. During these filteen years of exis
tence (it was not livinir). I tried every known
remedy without receiving any benefit. I
finally beiran on Swift's Specific is. s. S.I,
which from the first gave ino relief, anil to
day 1 am enjoying the best of hi nlth. and am
a well num. I cail'tillv believe that S. 8. 8.
I- tlio best b.ooii iiurilfrt'oii the market tu
I")'. J. t. T A VLOH. Cuba, .Mo.
Treatise on Ulnnrt iin-1 Skin Piseases mail
e lfive.SWlFi'Sl'tOtFIC It)., Allan' i lis
net B.liMfc -1 v
I Win. V. ll.lvinso.M, Tuns. A. Iiixks
Knli'ilth Jas. II. Maijtim, Aslieville.
JJAVIIISDS. MAKTIX (fc.IO.M'S.
Attorneys unit Coutisellurs at Law,
Aflu villi. N. l.
Will pr . lieein the llth nnil mtli Imtielnt
llistrietn. il in Hk- Stipivnie Court nl Nin th
t'nrolinii. and in the 1'eilei-nl Courts of the
Western I'istriet of N'ovlh Carolina.
kcl'er to llmik of" Aslu-villr. iltKel
j child has worms anil all that it needs is
j some siniplereiiu i!',siit.-ti as 1 1 art's Worm
I t. reaii!. to expel i he woni.s, ;:ml the child
I will soon iie in p rivet hcallli :i,;.iiu. I'a
I rents, try it and let your little ones have
I n lair ehanee ior I i
The man wit h lint one
I Has no rcdrtss-
I suit ol clothes.
j Utickli-ti'ti .Vrnicu 3uli'.
j 1 tie lx;sl sal . ' in the world tor eins,
I 'irtiises. sotvs, nieers, salt rhenni, lever
! sores, tetter, cl'iip;ied hamls. ehilhlai'ts,
' tis. and ail s'.in eruptions, and posi
I : ic: v etnes pdis. or no pay re-ptiied. It
i iri'.'f.inteed t" yive jierieet satisfaction,
I .a :. on -y r' iunded. Price cents ier
lio l;or sale 'iv I'" L. laeolis. daw
The athlete makes a practice of jmtip
im; Ins spring hoard.
SI.lJKI'UiSS NIl'.lITS. litadeiniseralile
j liv that terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure is
the remedv lor vou.
; CATARRH Cl KlvD, health mid sweet
. Iireath seetired, liv Shiloh's Catarrh
i Remedv. Price 50 cents. Nasal Injector
1 dec hv'T. C. Smith ."t.Co.
Headache, Malaria, Kidney lliseasc, Diz
ziness, Colds. Loss of .pi lite, Fevers,
Chills., i'doichrs, l'inii'les. I'ain in back.
Palpitation ot' Heart and all other dis
eases caused hv di'-ortlered liver. stomach
: ami kidneys, the first rcat cause ol' all
; fatal diseases. Fifty cents and one dol-
lar per lwi"A Sold liv ilrim;ists. Prc
j li. red onlv liv 11. Mozicv, M. I)., Atlan-
C.fMllOII Hot lroi.
! lu .....I . .'Mo I. ,1.. I .."," II.. 1
I M ops.
I-'orsoic Ihrort and It'- ri. iiitts, taia
I., molt Hot l'rops.
For pr.emnoni.t ;iii-! t.iry ocit is. take
1. 1 moti Hot limns.
ior consumption and e.itanh. taia-
li moil Hot lirops.
For all throat and hint; diveascs. take
Lemon Hot lirops
An clco.'tnt ,'tnd reliahte jivcpatatton.
Sold by ilmu.ists. 'Jo cent'- per inn tic.
Prepared bv 11. Mozlcc, M. I'., Atlanta,
much rowing as rowing.
A verv dil;tpidat"d en v. I ipe, which
l'..,l .. i,. ,,. i a i
! wreck, was received ni the West Chcs-
1 1 r, Pa , postotliee a lew days a-jn.
tin about as i Within its rayned embrace il liehi a
.ft ,tlUU cheek.
CIA. A. MIlOKi:.
Attorneys nnil Cntmsi'liors at l.nw',
Asia vitle. S. C.
fniclii'c in the I nili d States Circuit anil
l'istrict Courts t,t Ashe. ille, Stnu-svilk'. Cliar
lottc Mini Kricnsliiii o, in the Supreme Couit
nt Kalcijih. tint! in lliccourls ot t)ic Twcltth
fuilicinl Pistrict ot the State ol North Caro
in.'i. Special at'ciilion ivcn to colU-,'tion ot
Il ou Icel "out of sorts," cross and
peevish lake llr. ,. McLean's Sat'sapa
rilla ; cheerluhiess will rctiii n anil lile
will actpiite new zest. I'or sale by 1'. L.
old Kil l.
Jaunty Clipiter Humph !
Smooth Wave You're n kizv
'tllllt ,v. MHKBI.MDX.
Atlormys and '.'nnnsfllor.'. tit l.nw
Pr.'ictiiv ill all tin eocrts.
tltiicc: Nos. 7 loi-t v. lollilston lniiidine.
roNtrs a- sinii'ditii.
Olill. A. sni't-'moi.
Attorneys ul l.nw ,
Aiilieville, N. C
l'meties in the Superior Coiirl.. ot W i'slci-n
North Carolina, the Supreme Court ol the
Stnte, and the l-ederal Courts ul A:.lu ille.
Iltlice in johnston I'liihline. vl'- re one niein
tierof the linn enn nlwuvs lie found,
Jf A. 1 KNNHNT.
Architect and Cuiiti-xctor.
I'tiinn, speeilieuLions and estimates fur
nished. All work in tny line eontrrtcud fur,
anil no charges tor drawings on eontrncls
Ki'terences whin desired.
tltiicc ; Nn. 1 1 Hendry liloi k. North Court
S'ltii're. Asbeviltf. C li 1, 1 till 1 v
jij ii. ii'ii'm.Ass. ii. ii. s.
DENTAL KOOMS, . NO. 24 SOUTH MAIN ST.,
iivi-ri'.riinl - ineerfs I rn.L; Store.
lis llailcy St. lel.l I11 v
Ihm't irritate your lunj;s with a stub
born coti.ih when a plettsantand clicelive
tcmcdy may be fotuitl in lr. J. II. Mt'
Lean's Tar Wine Lung Halm, i'or sale
by F. L. Jacobs, druggist.
Landladies are famous gossips; they
pay great attention to roomeis.
SHILOH'S yiTAI.IZliK is what you
need for Constipation, Loss ot Appetite,
. f'izziness, and allsy mptoinsof llyspcpsia.
Price In ami To cents per bottle.
CKOI P. WHDtiPINC. CDFCiII and
Lrotichitis immediately reltevetl bv
; Shiloh's Cure.
J He Weil, you know, I iudgc others by
tnvself. Slit Yes, but isn't that araliicr
low standard of judgment ?
The blood must be pure for the body to
' be in perleet condition, Dr. J. II. Mc
Lean's Sarsaparilla makes pure blood
' and imparts tile rich bloom ol Health and
vigor to lite whole hotly. I'or sale by F.
L. Jacobs, druggist.
"What is your salary, l)r. Stiggius?"
"My salary,'' saitl the clergyman slowly,
', "is .'r;!,ti()tl. littl my pay is about
"Paltitlli tne l own iter,"
You may call this a vulgar expression
and as modern as it is vulgar, but in the
"Inferno of Haute" we read the lines:
"Who. visiting, greet through lile purple air.
t's who have stained the inciirnailiue '
Incarnadine or red may be the wrong
color for a town, but it is the natural
color of the blood. If vour liver is out
ol order, your blood will soon lose its
ruddy glow and become impure This
means kidney disorders, l.mg disease,
and, in course of tunc, death. To put til.
liver right and so stop .-licit a train
ol evils, take Dr. Pierce's ('.olden Medical I
I lien very ;i sure remedy. It Is gii.uau-
teed to benefit or cure all diseases arising j
from a disordered liver or impure blood, i
as indigestion, sour stomach, d vspep.aa, !
all skin, scalp, and scrofulous nlleciiotis, I
salt-rheum, tetter, erysipelas, and kindred
ailments, or money paid lor it will, in!
every case, be promptly rel'ii-idcd.
- r"i -'.
Htie Wan Completely Cured.
A daughter of my customer suffered
troni suppressed menstruation, and her
health was completely wrecked. At my
suggestion she used one bottle of- Irad
Itcld's h'emale Regulator, which cured
her. I. W. Heliums. Water Yallcv. Miss.
lu Connnlly HuihIiiig.t..yeMc.lwoi!'s store. Write The llr.idiicld Ucg. Co., Atlanta,
TeetliexteteirUhout m'l'in.wltlitlienew i ('"" pttrl iculars. Sold by all drug-
tlletu:, and nil eases of irregularil cor- gists.
II. Kl-liVI'S, II. U.S. II. K. SMIIII.U.D.s.
Ir. Reeves & Sniili.
jf 1'. RAMSAY, I). U.S.
In HitniMril Iluildinjj HntriiiKTH.
Avenm utu Muin Slrct't.
RT1UTR M. K1KI.D,
All nu-chaiiit-Hl ocular tlcfi't-ts of the vw eor-rciti-d.
IIoiitr for ixiimitiati'in V t 1 'J n. mM il to
5 1. m. julu tMf
BOUIS & BROTHERTOK,
Plumbers & Tinners.
SI'liA.M AND CAS I'lTTlNli.
TIN ASH SI. ATI; KIIOI'lNti
I'uniate.t and Heaters.
Jobbing Promptly t
i AttCllilcd !. j "esses and complaints peeulair to
6 Iittn Avenue,
- 1 "What! voti iti lavur ol llcnrvtieorcc's
j siti:;U' tax idea ! Yon wi-rt violently op
! posL-tt to it not luiiK ao." "Yes, hut
I ni mui littl now.
For jinH'back,sik'orcluist. usfSliiU)h's
Porous riastcr, i'rk-e 25 ocnts.
SHILOH'S C(H'f.Il and Consumption
C urc is sold by ns on a guarantee. Il
Wihhlc Can you tt'U nu how lar the
proU't'tiou on ylahscxtcnds ? Wabble To
where it ets into tie liands ol' the hired
tfirl, I suppose.
For I.aelit'H Only.
Ladies why is it, that when your hus
band or your children are ill, you consult
the best physician nt once, care lor them
day and nii;ht, wear yoursell out with
sleepless watching, and neve beurudje
the heaviest doctor's bill, if only tile dear
ones are restored to health; while day
alter day, week alter week, you endure
t hat dull pain in your back that terri
ble "drjiLrim:-dowa" sensation and do
absolutely nothing to e fleet a cure? bri
a few vears von will be n helpless invalid, '
and soon your broken hearted hibaud
and mot herless childien will follow you
to the .l; rave. Perhaps delicacy pre vn its
you consult 'iir a physician but even
this is unnecessary. I'oorsulVerer, tclVyour
husband how miserably you teel perhaps
you never (lid and ask him to slop to
niiit and get yon a boltlc of lr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription. It has cured thou
sands of' women su fieri ni; t roni weak-
Mis Slvppe Mr. Pen feat her is so
easily embarrassed, don't mi think?!
asketi him yesterday to tell ine just
what he really thought ot me and he was
so taken by surprise that he couldn't say
a word. Miss Flvppe That was not
embarrassment, it was mcicly politeness,
Ii' you arc sutleriny with weak or in
flamed eyes, or rantilaied eelids, you
can be cured bv twin; Or.J. U. McLean's
Mrenutikiimg l-.yc Salve. For sale by v
L. Jacobs, ib uisl.
FK J. U.LIFO'iNtA,
-ilMbf-': iv tf; l ho Uifuiriti.:,!
'. ICS : '(,l:int- Lnoyrn U) !,.
. .) nt.tul;. ::si i.o 0)v hlilll.-U
;-si:enb fi'yv.tr. .ui avit'i a!-! .
:i:if1 clf'-cliv; ?-ia'ive to pt-'-pi
ontiy iinl'itinl Cr.u'.
,vii:')i!, Hie many de
pi'ij-'liiij.',- -a r weak or iiuuav.
;SNEYS, LiVER flD BOWELS.
It the most cxc.lli-nt rnicHy linmvi, to
CLEANSE WSSrSTil Ei-TtCTUALLY
WhrH one is i-iii'ms or Lun
PURE BLOOD, FtEFRuSHlNC SLEEP .
HEALTH nnd 8TFIFNC CH
t ATURALLV FOLLOW.
i A-f-rv o'.e is using it and all arc
ilclihtcft with it.
MANUFACTURED ONLV BY
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
BAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
LOUISVILLE. A'f NEW YOUK. tl. V.
Mrs. H irsliuw was unusually fond of
her diamond!). Why nut? She hd i,ot
a nil tlii'ni inix cikiukIi for iishh io rtih
niss'H.-.ion of ilH lirst hw cvl flavor Tin-i''.-iM',
I'lcasnro nnd intipiiliiy uf Itri
ii' W lifi' with, ho lo apciik, in tin- hwiiiI
llint; ( lollies uf novell v iih et In fact
ji.'oiil Ilie only relic of old linn's loft to
Mrs Hoishaw was Mr. Ilorshaw, and
lie ilid n it count for much in t.ocicty'8
opinion, except as lite huslianil of Mrs
l..-ili" in lite inoinin alter tin-I'roph
' t's kill .Mis llorsliau was stirveyini;
hi' contenls of her jewel case in the
privacy of her iKiitdoir There was n
linn nl the front door, anil a house maid
i ' u mill ".A man from Jarard's
'What can lie want?" she said won
lerinly "However send him up."
I'rcscnily a kpiiI lentaiily voting man
'iilereil. his hat in one hand and a small
i"TIiiia'il!Mii in the other
"i'ariloii. " he mid. "hut Mr Ilorshaw
left word thai you mij,'lit want to make
i si'leci ion, and as we had only a few of
ihis style left we at his siiHKcstion
'onclii.icil to submit them to you f ,r in
ipeciion at once."
He had opened his satchel and taken
out several seta of pearl jewelry of a
ralhei utiiipie design Mrs Ilorshaw
'Hul I do not rare for pearls," she said
I cannot see why my husband should
have l.fi such direct ions. At Jai'tud's
they certainly know my preference for
.Mrs Ilorshaw lingered them careless
ly then looked fondly at her really fine
diamonds The man adjusted an eye
!lass ami ejcanitneii them critically
I I'll" easily see." he said gallantly
'why madam does not care for pearls.
Those are indeed p. rl'eeli.in. Rut, if 1
uii:.l:iko not, these bracelets now to be
sure! That reminds me. Vour htishand
I' drcd us to match them with some ear
ring we have in slock."
'Ye- I do im-iiI another style of ear-i-ius;
Hut il as very good of Mr. tlor
shaw toihiiik of that himself."
.Mi s I lot'sltaw looked at the man ilii.
I hiously vhiTciipnii with another how
-j hepreiei led one of Messrs. Jacard's Imsi
J ni ss card.-.
' 'I er siipii'i-e you wish to take our
; at the,;- lira. -clots hack'-"
"With mailatn's piTiui-sioii, yes. Fot
, coiup;,ri-.on, you know As it will take
I bin a sliori while in maich them, I will
j leave a set of the pearls until my return.''
! Such grandiloipieiit demeanor wai
i ipiile vtTKm-itring to Mrs llorsliaw't
j .oill virgin conccptinns of easiorn politi
roipiiremeiits She iloclino.l lo receivi-
lite pearls, but he, having pocketed the
! bracelet, would m,i lo ur of it and de
pa rled with a linal bow and llourish
i " o 'ins uiiiT .nr. norsnaw, coming
it to lunch, wa.-, Ilianki'd by his ivife
for "heiiig so unusually thoughtful."
'Why. 1 haven't been near Jacard's,'
: -aid he. when he caught the drift of hei
Mrs Ilorshaw fell a tinge of alarm.
! then she remembered the pearls
: "It is all right. I gui'Hs. The man is tr,
1 he back directly. In -sides he left a lovely
; set of pearla as security Thought I'd lit
I more apt, to buy liieni. I suppose."
I "Left pearls, eh! Well - we'll see
t W hell lie conies hack.'
j Hut he did not come back. They wait
j ed uulil -1 o'clock, w hen Mr. Ilorshaw.
j taking the pearls along, went to Jacard's
I with many misgivings. One of (lie bales
men looked at the set and then shook
! his head
i "The poorest grade of imitation. Ilupi
j you did not think them genuine."
j .ir. norsnaw gave Ills wiles version
of the whole iill'air
"Kvideiitly a case of gross swindling,"
said I in-salesman "We have no such
man in our employ and goods like
'. Ilie-... ' he eyed them contemptuously
i "" e never handle on any pretense. "
There seemed nothing for il hut. to in
form the police, which Mr. Ilorshaw did
! forthwith Then he went home and lec
I lured his wile, who, aside from grief
! over her lo s, f i -It ipiite humiliated nt
; .laving given licr htishand such good
i grounds lot asserting himself, il privilege
lie seldom aciptired in his present posi
1 lion as an appendage of a woman ol
; tin the following morning Mr. Ilor
; slu w was in the library w riting letters
whew a servant handed him this card:
asniile. 'It takes a detective to think
of ways and means Hy looking at one
you can spot that's the word, isn't it?
"Yes, you can spot the other."
Mr. Crumley lea red buck with a Napo- .
Icon like nod of ipproval while Mr ,
Ilorshaw biirsted ii,i stairs muttering lo j
himself: "Sharp man thai Lucky I was
at home to help him out." He ruin !
inaged about his wife's bureau and dn ss- j
ing ease until he found the object of his I
ABSOLUTELY SAFE !
Burnt In any Limp without danger of
Exploding or taking fire. See that you
g it the genuine. For sale by
BALTIMORE UNITED OIL CO.,
ASHKVII.I.K. N. I'
Wilkius Do you know that our Irioiul
Bright is going to marry Miss Illack
stonc? He's got the cream of that family
of girls. Hilkins You don't say. If she's
anything like her mother he'll find her
cream of Tartar.
. " MONTHLV SICKNESS
jsook TO' W 0 M A N "MAUfDfgu
BRMIELD REBUWTOR CO. ATLANTA fit
FOU SALE !
Eijfht houun and Iota on Southni'V uvraur
and bnilry itrciti, nt n wl-ole $4,5oo or sep
arately contKnrtin;ty am vhfHp. on easy
FOR SALlToil RI NT.
One Huasc, 13 ruoms. 4t2il per month
S " IS -
" . ' 8 " 1(1 "
7 "fTownMt) 10 "
ne rsrm of fo aens, and 8 room brief.
fcnnm, mljofmnp Viindrrbilt proiiertjr, $10,
ooo. or SS0 per month rent. Apply to
Bar 7 dim Real Katatc Dealer.
Dr. Snf's Cntanh Kfmcdy cures
wlien every other so-cnllvd remedy tails.
Cut ci nts, by all lrujjiist8.
;;i hiMj: A';i boa t
. This ; -iv t vi -,!,. n oTiT:tin i thf fttitnn'fi-
'i.i . r.ic3 of Urn ltt;fiuf;i... !n.x
i f.iiil tiiio A'.-,, f , fjian iini J.nt-r (hi.' l I
) tty I'f'y ii ) il.o v.iifld ovit I; ;..,s
j pulntr.Ulc a.i milk. TtnviMh.u'H c 1
t u.iiiu ns aiu cmi I.ivcr on. A h it-' i
ICsnulsldn. b'-ttrr than iill rt!n' v. i! I ..r
j all ioima uti'ttstiit.f Hbfuncn, tirum i- ' ',
! Scrofula, d as a Flesh Prodncer
mere Is nothing like SCOTT S riYIUlSliifi.
II Is sold by all PrurolRlfl. Let no neo by
I r"fuso rxpliiiintlon or lniMlfli-iil
imluee you to act'epl a siil'sliiuie.
On nnil iiftrr this ilnte ttle fnllowitiK s -Iu-,1.
uli's will be mil over its "Columbia Iiivision."
No. 53 lenve Colnnitiin fi.L'o p. ni.
Arrives atCharleiitou .l.:io p. m.
No. 52 l.i-nves Chiirh-ston 7.1o a. m.
Arnven at Coliiinbin 1 l.r,5 a. in.
! Conneetiin; with trniiiM to unil from "11
, ... ... . points on the Charlotte, Columbia , An
Cincinnati Alan (renting tile llllIKTl I bukIii ami Columbia & ('.recnville K.'iilroaiN.
1 -. l.... . !-...: .... l... 1 1.... ' ni v
nc linn inei in v 1 1, ii.ni: ul lill UIIVNtl'
shops. His Witt That's right.
should sell their liter 'n kegs.
THAT HACKING COI'GH tun lie so
Itiickly cured hv Shiloh's Cure. We
WILL YOU St FFl-K with IlysKi)siu
and Live-Complaint ? Shiloh's "Vitalizer
is guaranteed to cure you.
Smith Look here. Ilrown, we'll soon
decide the matter; let's ask the waiter.
Waiter, are tomatoes a fruit or a vegeta
ble? Waiter Neither, sir. Tomatoes is
a lu stra.
If you are all run down have no
strength, no energy, and feel ery tired
nil the time take jl'r. f. II. McLean's
Sarsapurilla. Il will imparl strength
and vitality to yout system. For sale
by F. L. Jaeohs, druggist.
W'ibhle Wonders will never cease. I
see thev are making eocoiituit butter
now. Wahhle That s nothing new.
The liillygnat has used his eoeoanut fora
butter from time immemorial.
Advice to mothero.
Mm. Winslow's Soothing Syrupshotilil ;
always oe useri lor children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the gums, al
lays all pains, cures wind colic, and is the
best remedy for diarrhiea. 25c. a bottle.
T. M. KMItHSDM. C.rn. Pass. Act.
I'l'VIN'i:. (ten. Sunt.
Fniir tirwt-vlii lloi!t- for rt-nt. Fur
nished I'oiuuK'trlv. iiixl !!fi"Hiliv lorn
twl. Anplv lu " U. S. WATS' iX.
oct24 tl tf Krai Hstnte A;int.
W. I. ROWK,
All kimls of Monti
nnil V.iHes maile to
oriler in the latest
ASHEVILLE. N. C.
Yard At Bmico-ijI
Polics lIuoui AiiTiais
j Then a taM, rr-hn looking man. rather
stylishly diesM'din plain hlai k. with an
I air something between a clergyman ami
j a hotel clerk, entered the room He
I looked at the wall, at the hooks, at the
window . and finally at Mr ilorshaw.
i "Mr Ilorshaw, I believe.' he said
j m-iskly "My card informs you who I
am Your wife lias lost a diamond brace
j let I am detailed lo work up the case.'
i i suppose i can Hoe me laily. con
! tiuu-ii lie 'Jlttsl have full description
oi property ami detuilHof loss, you know
I 'Alls Ilorshaw is out She says the
man nas a siigui cast 111 out- ol Ins eyes.
t ast in one eve (ioodl' Mr. firum
ley checked that point olf on one linger
'And -a - 1 think she said his in us
lache was waxed"
'Mustache waxed good!" Mr. (iruin
ley checked off finger nunilier two
'Let me see I think he drawls his
words - had also a slight lisp, and then
his nose- his nose, now"
'Drawled lisped good.'' Mr. (iruin
ley exliaiisti il his two remaining fingers
with a check apiece, and then slapped
his thigh 'I think I know the fellow
sir well known crook, too Now foi
the proK'tty Mu-i know what the
bracelet looked like, you see."
"X'iw you'd hardly think il. yet
though I've seen those bracelets a bun
died times -1 can hardly descrils' them,
except that they are all spangle, and
glitter If my wile were only here
I have it. sir.' said the detective,
li en 's mate to that lost bracelet If
i cm, Id taken sipiiut at il now"
' rtainly ' Air Ilorshaw rose with
I'laus und siiecifientluna prepan.il and esti
mates riven, at short notice.
Office: Wolfe HuildinK, Court HotixeSquanr
AshrTille. N. C. may30illy
Win. Timmons. postmaster of Idaville.
Intl.. writes: "Klcclric Hitters has done
more for rat than nllothcrnudicinescom
bined. lor that had feeling arising from
Kidney and Liver trouble." John Leslie,
farnur atidstoekinati.ol same place, says:
"Find Flrctric Hitters lo Is- the best Kid
ney nnd Kidney nieiliciue: made me like a
new man." J. W. Gardner, hardware
merchant, same town, says: Klectric Hit
ters is ju t the thing for n niaa who is all
run down and don't care whether he
lives; he found new strength, good appe
tite and fell just like he had a new lease
on lite. Only iitk'. a bottle, at F. L. Ja
cob's' drug store
The athlete makes a practice of juiri
ing hia spring board.
search "Now, Julia," he thoit'rht.
he returned to the library, "we'll see
who recovers your bracelet."
"A very pi-euliur tuaUu," said the well
known detective, handling the article
very much as if it were a haiidculf
'Very fine. too. (lad, sir! I wonder the
laily let the fellow walk oil with it, but
-ahem; women are nil her"
"tiad. yes! They are weak anil easily
imposed upon Hut we men can't help
that. If we gut them out of these
scrapes, that's all we can do.'
"I'recisely. Hut lids bracelet, now
the pattern it. ipiite complex Hillicull
to remember all the points unless"
The detective, scrutinizing it closely
shook his bead discoiuagingly
"I see," said Mr. Ilorshaw. "the police
will need this one to as I might say
detect and verify the other."
Mr Crumley's brow cleared instantly
"It w ill facilitate matters." he said
'Makes the recovery almost certain, in
fact Shall I give you a receipt in be
half of the a the a force?"
"Not necessary Detective Crumley's
name is an ample guarantee."
Mr. Crumley bowed his Ihanks, do-
Ki.iiteil the bracelet in a capacious wallet
ami rose to go
"tome round to hea.hpiaiters in the
mui'iiiug, sir," he said "I have liule
doubt hut you will then behold not onlv
the thief, but the plunder, loo lly the
way" he appeared to rolled severely
'these movements are sometimes neces
sarily costly In short, we may have to
use some money not for oiirsilvcs
underslaiul" this with a grim, renun
ciatory air "hut to inveigle the rascal
info a trap of our own selling, see?"
Mr. ilorshaw saw, or thought he saw
which ainoiinlcil to the same thing pe
cuniarily The pleasure of triumphing
over Mrs. Ilorshaw must not lie delayed
fora few paltry dollars
'Two tens will do. I think."
Detective Crumley stowed away t wo
of Mr Horsliaw s hank notes much as il
they were waste paper, then took his
leave with a mighty show of ollicial
ceremony, after which Air. Ilorshaw
rubbed his hands ami smiled shrewdly
When Mrs. Hor.diaw returned, bet
husband rose to the height of the occa
sion and his own dignity, thereby im
pressing her with such a sense of hot
own wui'iy weaunesses u she had not
felt since the primitive days of He,
"You may regard yourself as n shin
ing light, in dear, said he, "vet how
egregioiisly you were imposed upon
Crumley iniimateil that such vi nkuic
was accountable only because you
woman tie s Ilie most uoteil iletective
we nave his name atone will give a
kind of eclat to your a silly lapse ol
"And you let him have the othet
"Of course. I likew ise have Ids word
that the stolen one is ipiite as good as re
"1 hope so.' said Ilie lady weakly, yet
"Well I I 11 try." This mciljh anil
w ithout the least enthusiasm.
Promptly at 10 a. m Mr. and Mrs
llorshau presented themselves at the in
speclor's ollice and inquired for Detec
I ne ittaiiioiKi bracelet anair, vou
know." the gentleman said, explanato
"I ilnln I know Mr. Crumlcv had
charge of il; but he just happens to In
ahoiit.'' And Ilie blue tiiiiloriued police
clerk turned lo a dry. quick mining
wooden faei d man w ho hud just conic
inio the ofiiee 'Here you are. John
Some one to see you.'
Mr Ilorshaw fell something gripe his
heart and imp:i"t a tingling sensation
along Ins spine There musl be some
mistake lu re.
"1 mean Detective Crumley of the se
cret" "Yes, yes." said the man, glancing
sharply nt the couple as he laid some pa
pers on the desk "I'm Detective. Crum
ley What can I do for you':"
"Why you -hi is ii"t tl
"Don't use cards What the deuce do
1 want of cards''
lie began to sharpen a pencil vigor
"And you -are Crumley?" .Mr. Ilor
-.haw staled at him as if he might have
been the sphinx, or a museum freak, ol
all ichthyosaurus come back to life.
"I am Crumley, sir "
"Julia." .Mr Ilorshaw turned to his
wife, upon whose lace an "I told you so'
expression was mingled ilh one of re
newed dismay, "tins tins tsn t my man
at all 1 1 feai we have been hum
"Wei saul Ills wile, ciitlmgly. despite
the conviction ol a second sw indie now
forced Uhii hei "We! 1 don't know
anything aboul Detective Crumley, but
I do know that some men are very weak
and credulous creatures so easily im
Mr Ilorshaw sank dejectedly into a
chair, while Mrs. Ilorshaw proceeded to
"1 fear it is a gone case," said the real
Crumley, w hen he had heard all "Now
they've got 'em both they'll melt the gold
and spoiil the iliamonds separately But
good gracious, are you not aware, sir.
that in large cities evert stranger who
makes up to you is presumably s rascal
until he proves the contrary?"
"Julia," said .Mr. Ilorshaw when they
were hack in their carriage, "as a wo
man of fashion you may be a success: us
n man of business 1 am so: but ut pres
ent I feel as green in the ways of the
world as a sucking balie Let's pool our
issues - com promise, and snub each
other no more." - W illiam Perry Hrown
in New York Kiioch
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Commissioners ol lieeilo
OI 'l'ICl-: HoiitticaHt Court Mfiuarc
Real Kstate Itrokers,
And t Iii-vestim-iit t AjciitH.
tltliees: 24 l!tl I'nttoii ,e.
Real Kstutc i'or Sale.
The proiHTtv known a the "Mission Hos
pital property' lias been suhdivtil intoaplen-
out iiuintniK lots, Hiifl i now ottered lor sale.
Three oi t hse lots front South, upon Wooil
ftn street. The arc the mot desirable lulu
mid arc thr lowest pritvri Uts in town, when
you take mloeotittiui ration theirloeuoon.ele
Two lots front on Charlotte street, uiul one
of these has a "InvRe, IiauilMine old timu
sion" upon it, surrounded hv beautitul oak
ttxt-s. 1 he house is worth more than isasked
ior the phtec.
i lie other m a corner lot and ts one or the
inoit iK-aniifiil unimproved U.ts in Asheville
hat makes this iroiH'rlv turtieu!Mr v de
sirable is its location upin the l.tne oi' the
Street Kail way, its nearness to ehurehes,
schools, business, etc It is on the electric
liuli t line, se wer line, jias line, etc. It is near
the Collcw. anil is in one of the best neigh
borhoods in the city.
This propei ty has been put into my hands
to sell, cither at private sale or puldic auc
tion, All lots not sold by the of I Veer tu
ber will Ik sold by me at that time.
D. 8. WATSON,
Real list ale Agent.
I'lniit tl i
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1 '2 L'" nn "
i J ,i(ipin i
. 1 '2 ton m .
I -topm ;
A. .V S. R.
1 1 L' fit tin l
p . i rtatitmrt
I No. o
Arr.j 7O0 p ni
' I ti7 p m
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No. is f i Daily except Stindav. I No7i 7
it ui a itiil.v. Asheviller Ar.Ta SiR ii m
I 1 1 1 a in A r
4." pitij '
l 55 t m
7 IK) a m
n 10 a m
Siccpin car Service.
AVe take pieawnrc in uniiomieinK theinniiKU
ratioti ol a daily line of elegant Pullman Huf
let I'rawinu KoomCars. between Hoi Springs
and Ai-luville and Washington, 1. C., Nov
'.t, tin the following sebeiiule:
o. r.-t i
1 '2 i.Tpin l.v
1 "4pm, "
7 1 '2i ni' '
Arri ti lupin
Lv,i 1 oopm
Close and sure connections mad. at Wash
ington tt.r nil points ni the North and linst.
The Cullman Parlor Car now bt inn operated
i ict wet n S;i lishury nml Kuoxvillc on these
train- will be discontinued alter the coin
iiu iiccTiicnt of the lcepin; Car run.
Nos. ."o anil 51, I nllinu. Sleeera between
reetisboro and Morvistovvn.
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. , Asheville, N. C.
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