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TOBACCO FOR RHEUMATISM. In justice to the very' valuable efforts of Hon. T. L. Ojngman in bringing be fore the world the wonderful carative properties of Tobacco, I wish to say that for several months I was inflicted, with the most severe Rheumatism in armp, Bhoulder and back., About two months since when having a severe attack I pro cured a small quantity of Tobacco leave and completely bandaged my arms and shoulders with the leaves, bcinz first softened in warm water -I also placed them on the back. I was relieved with in twenty .four hours and have not had a single symptom .of Rheumatism since. I attribute the perfect cure to this use of Tobacco. W.'-H. Mai.oxk. Aaheville. July 29, 1885. - 3few York Stock Market. ' ; " ; New Yoisk; July 29. The stock market was weak at the opening, the-first prices being generally I to I per cent lower than last evening's closing prices, the latter below forUersey Central; but Lake Shore was i up, Wes tern Union $ and Missouri Pacific J. Im mediately after the opening the market became strong, . St. Paul and Western Union advancing J and J per cent res pectively; while Jersey Central advanced 1 to 4J. The advance" was soon checked, and a decline was led by St. Paul, which lost 1 per cent. This movement was in turn checked shortly before . 11 o'clock . and a slight rally occurred, leaving prices at that hour a small fraction below the . opening quotations with the exception of Lake Shore and Jersey Central. Board! n g-IIouse Notices. Summer tourists, (to thb mountains,) can find comtortable rooms and good board at Antler Hall (Tennent's View) 4 miles from Asheville. For particulars, address P. O. Box 116. Asheville. N. C. N. B. Good boating on finest piece of water any where near Asheville. july 6-1 mo Private Boakdixg. Visitors can find nice pleasant rooms and good board, liberal rates at Mrs. M. J. Ridsdalk's, july 23-1 wk Spruce StReet. Board fob hk Summer. Handsome location, fine grove, large yard, new house and new furniture. Apply to S. F. Venable, Academy Street, july 1 tf near Male Academy. Boarding. Good board, by the day, week or month, can be secured at the residence of the undersigned, on North side of Wood fin street, near the Baptist church. Comfortable rooms, large shady yard, a good table, and splendid water. Satisfaction guaranteed. Members of the Teachers' Assembly boarded at $1.00 per clay. Table boarders wanted. fjyl6 Miss Maby A. Miller. . Splendid Board. Parties desiring splendid board, in one of the coolest and most inviting lotaties in the citv, can get accommodation by eaily application. Large, airy house, new" furniture, large and splendidiy shaded yard, the best table the country can afford, a French cook, excellent so ciety, are among the attractions. Table boarders taken. Terms reasonable. Ad dress box 234, Asheville post office. july 27-d 2t ' " Arden Park Hotel Rates: $40.00 per month; $12.00 per week; $2.00 per day. Dinner 75 cents; Supper 75 cents. Tnos. A. Morris, Prop'r.. Inly 28. . tf. ' ; FOR SALE! LUMBER, HAY, AND OTHER SUP PLIES AT CAMP SCALES. I offer at mivate sale Sixteen Thous and feet of Lumber; Three thousand lbs. of Wheat Straw; Three thousand pounds of Hay, some of it best Timothy. Five Water-tanks, and a dozen water barrels, together with a number of pumps, shov els, rakes and other supplies. Apply o the i ndersigned, or to Geo F. Scott, Esq. .......... Johnston Junes July 28. ; St. - Stall No 1, At the new market, is now well supplied with the best Beef, Mutton, and fresh meats generally this mountain country affords, at the lowest cash prices. Call on Zaciiary Bros. tau20 ' Keep it Before toe People, ' That the water at Haywood White Sulphur Springs is a specific for all dis eases of the Liver, Stomach and Kid neys, tf .... Private Bordixo in Watkesville. The undersigned is pregared to.arm . modate a limited numbei ofboavde.. her home in Waynesville. Conveniea. to the White Sulphur Springs. Accom modations guaranteed. Terms moderate, tf ' Mrs. J. B. 8. McIntosh. - ClotJting of alt grades, for men, youths and .children? also Vt gdod stock of Aim's F urnishing Goods. eoktf II. REDWOOD & CO. . All Wool Dress Goods in great vm-iety, S ilks, Surahs, Itliadames,' Satins, Velvets' Sathtes, Percales. Ginghams, Lau-ns. lYmts. & e. 11. HUUWVVD & CO. eodlf, V: i AUIT STOKE, JJBJJ?rf 11111, V f VVJJU GOODS. Vamily Grocery , Hay and - " '. ' Feed Store, .-. : South Main Street, (above Eagle Hotel,) . ; ASHEVILLE. X. C. FULL Stock: of Family Groceries, Lard, Bacon, Sugars. Coffee. Canned Goods, Soap, Soda, Spices, Kerosene Oil, te., Ac.-. . . . . Flour, Meal, t'orhIIay, Mixed Feed, Bran, , '' -v Short, XC, '.. ' " purchased by the C4r-lcad, and on hand een stantiy. at ine lowest prices, uive us a call. je 22daw6m , MURRAY it HAKKINR W. Lj Morgan. J. it. Joxes Morgan .& Jones, (Patton Avenue, Cowan Block, and corner of . ; ; . Patton Avenuo and Depot sU.) ': . DEA1.KR9 IS -' " , X Staple and Fancy- Groceries, Consisting of Flour, Meat, Canned Goods, etc. .: Also Corn, Hay, Mill Feed and CO VN TRY PRODUCE. i V . ' Choice Brands of ' ". v. ;.'v;. z Yi-'Citor and Tobacco ; - :" ; .:-;. -Ajfntsfor .' Sheetinor, Shirting and Yarn ! ; :Wholescle and Retail; " AVe would t pleavpd to have a sh are of tlic patronnpe of Uie people of Asheville ami the sur towmWv.t coiinc?r, and promise to lo our best to -i re .frti.iaciloa in jwls and prices. wyiiidA-wly A. J. LTMAW, . (Successor to Lyman & Child,) i '." Ofllcoin Court House, - Aslievillc, N. C. OFFERS FOR SALES Choice Town Lots, . Beautiful Suburban Homes Picturesque Country Seats, Profitable Farms, Improved and i Unimproved. Large Tracts of Timbered Lands L-ountics. Alining ianus ana lYiuiing sices, xaas ALSO FOR RENT, j - furnished and unfurnished houses and cottages by the month or year.: For particulars apply by letter or in person. . j ' ; IS W-SZ.T' And to say r hat we have attained to that is that by hard work and honest dealings we iness in Asheville that i J J our customers, s to state "piam lacts to a canaia puonc' v In all known places in this, world there are people who think that by sending their orders away from home they can Ve'e t better and cheaper goods. it 1 o 11 ' 1 t the ioiiowing oroau assertion, viz,:, , " - TTilnatj: we MID inn mm Innne IhxDQflDntl; hy . " . - - t parttnei Mtfsndle ttflne-ttimafle, s when freights and drayage are counted in; have come under our purchaser from 5 to Then there are other parties who will order crfronr New York a barrel of Sugar and -T 1 f i- -t r 11 ana Duy o to lu. ios. sugar ana 1-4 id. tea, ana, L)ecause,tneyfapt not get them at sam e prices as they paid in New - York by the barrel or box, will say that they can't pay such prices, aiid itiakb another order and pay more than they would have to pay at home, Turks Island salt won't save . such people. . ; -T We are glad to state that there are but few such people of Asheville, and that the great majority were quick to see that it was to their interest Asheville, but ot all VVestern JNorth Carolina, are availing them selves of the axlvantages ptlered by; us inthe way pf v Low Prices for the necessaries of life. Warn imkem OUR STOCK IS LARGE AND COMPLETE, And in a Newspaper, advertisement it would be impossible) to enumerate all. Among the leading articles we name a few : " . ; ' ... ' - ; - CORN, OATS, I1RAN, SHORTS, : - "rr'r-v ''Af''J V:.:'-IiL'- : rice, flour, meal, flour; hay, ' " .. : - ' . -'j ? -sugars,. molasses, syrups, honey, ,x h' i u 1 . ; : l ' . RICE, TEAS, COFFEES, grecrrand parched, 1 .y' -y Y I. : V , ' ; T: ' ' y- Y Y .v SPICES, ground and whole, BAKING POWDERS," : ' ? - A , C ; :: : ENGLISIL. AND FRENCH MUSTARDS, SODARJM4CARTERr APRICOTS,' BLACKBERRIES, BLUEBERRIES, CHERRIES, ' , ? . ' i"-', " . ; . . PEACHES, PEARS, PINE APPLES," RASPBERRIES, OJJINCES, STRAWBERRIES, ASPARAGUS, BEANS, CORN, OKRA', 'J V;-' ' x i ' Yv OKRA AND. TOMATOES, PEAS, PUMPKIN, SQUASH, -V J ; ; 1 r ": ' , , ..- ; ' SUCCOTISII. TOMATOES, CLAMS, DEVILED CRABS, b ' ' " ' ? . : LOPSTER , KIPPERED 'AN D. SOUSED MACKEREL," OYSTERS, ' f : . , ; 4 i o 'i v 1 SALMON, SHRIMP, CORNEDBEEF, LUNCH TONGUE, POTTED HI EATS, 1) E VI LED II EATS, CONDENSED MILK, ' ; 1 " - ; ; FUUIT JELLIES, PRESERVED FRUITS ORANGE MARMALADE, ; r : -; ! -Y 43 ':; , rOATFLAKIi; CRUSHED .WHEAT,' CRACKED WHEAT, TAPIOKA, : ; ; ; - ' , . SAGO, HOMINY, OATMEAL, PEARL BARDEYf CRACKERS, t v j 4 : :'Y-i.r'--'J': . OLIVE OIL, OLIVES, CAPERS, SARDINES, VINEGAR, LIONS, . - ; ' ' - . V ,i -. PRUNES.-RAISINS, LEMON; AND ORANGE PEEL, CITRON, , '-v;vv:.--!7"'';t:-;;.. currents, dried fruitsnuts, SALAD dressing, TOMATO CATSUP GELATINE, TOILET AND LAUNDRY SOAPS, r; : i : :.' STARCH, CHOCOLATE, COCOA, BROMAj PREPARED COCOANUT, " : .. . ' . ; . PICKLES; Domcfitic iv-;:.:-'V-- BU1TER, CHEESE, SALT, LARD. BACON,t CANDLES, MACCARONI, -' . ; ,-; ' VKRillCELIJ, HORSE RADISH, SAlSdDAi STOVE POLISH, - --y -t flavoring extracts, lelacking, pearline, - : ;t 1 .f :An d ;"i n : fix ct ; ey efy 9 ' in Swain, Graham and Cherokee "WE is a source ot great A It 1 t 1 i For the benefit of such 1 eemi observation we have 10 per cent. ; box of Tea, and when 1 -t i ,"11 j to buy at horn e. Not only the ; peop le of and Imported, SAUCES, CANDY, MACKEREL, SHOE DRESSING, CIGARS, CIGARETTES, SNUFF, ; ?; v ; . FRUIT JARS, LAMPS, TURNIP SEED; COUNTRY PRODUCE, thing' - i n oiir line,, at wholesale or retail. Opposite Court Square Asheville, Is. C. LANGE & CO., - " At the Old Bank, , Main St., : ; Asheville, - DEALERS in RACON, COFFEE. SUGAR, MCE, Grits, Hominy. Fish. Molasses, Ap ple". Vinegar, Soda, Spice, Jlogsfeet, Pickles, Brooms, Barley, English Split Peas, Eggs, Fresh Country B utter! Chickens, Flour, Meal, Soap, Tobacco; Cigars, Candies, Canmd GoocU in large ; variety, and . SAUR KRAUT. r;-K Pure Leaf Lard in buckets or barrels. We solicit a share of patronage We sell very cheap for cash.. . LANGE & CO. Jf you wish anything you do not see in viy store, ask for it, and it mil be furnished. May 29 D&Wtf J & CO. jSJZIJ: JT 1 an untruth; but to say have esfabhshed a-bus satisfaction to us and to 1 1 1 T . - persons, we will make . : : - .,; and in: most cases that been able to save the , ' but go to their grocer i if ' - ' ,j ' - j t T Western N. Carolina It, It. - W8TERK N. C. Railkoad Co.. . General Passenger Ottice BaUsbury, N. C June 8th, 1885, On and after June 14th. 1885. thernllnwlnednn. ble Daily Passenger Schedule will he operated by Villa Aluynu .... . ' , GOING VEST. . , . . raln No. 1. Train No. 9. Arr. a.8i 8.37 4.07 4 82 5.00 5.57 6J2S 6.45 L've. 125 a m. . 2. Xi i.Si , 4.08 ' 4,82 6.00 .57 6.9 7.10 7.49 - 8.08 ' 8.29 . 8.47 9.93 : 9.59 10.S2 - Arr. 8.15 9.17 9.45 10.08 10.36 11.87 12.10 12.S3 1.28 1.41 Ive. 7.1 a m, 8 16 . . 9.17 9.4fl 10.08 .,-. 10.39 " 11.88 12.10 p m TliJto ? , 1.28 , , 1.41 , SalUtwiry, . Statesvllle, . Newton, Hickory, I card, Morganton, Marion. - Old Fort, Round KnoD, Black Mo'aln, 7.48 Conpera, 8.03 - Sp'e Junction, 8.29 AsheviHe, .89 2.05 2.05 ' 2.13 pm Alexanders, -Marshall, . - 9.68 Bafnonte, 10.2 Warm Spr'gs,J0.55 . GOING IA8T, Train No. 2. :att. L've. 12.30 am Train No. 10. Arr. Ive. 6.20 p m 4.21 - 4.22 " Salisbury, Htatesville, Newton, 11. S3 p m 11.34 1U.39 i 10.12 , .26 j S.6 . 2.35 3.00 r. Hickory, , io.li Icard, . 9.45 Morgan ton, 9.17 Marion, - " 8.22 Old Fort, . 7.52' Sound Knob, 7.13 - Black Mou'n, . 6.UI , Coopers, C.18 Sp'g Junction, 5.55 Asheville, 5.37 Alexanders, . ' 5.06 Marshall, ; 4.33 Bamards, " 4.V5 Warm Springs ' . - MURPHY Going West.' Train No. 1.' , 9.46 i.KI 2.11 9.17 1.42 1.43 8.22 1S.45 12.45 7.53 12.13 12.13 7.38 11.57 -117 am - 6.82 6.18 . 6.55 " 6.47 11.15 ' 11.15 11.02 11.0S 10.87 10.37 , 10.30 , 6.06 4.34 ' 418 " :i.45 ! DIVISION, j ' ' Going East, ' Train No. 8." Arr. A M 9.S7 10.05 10.32 11.02 11.30 13.15 12.40 1J9 10 3.06 L've. , 9.00 9.40 10.09 " 10.37 11.05 11.40 19.17 12.44 1.80 1.32 P M ," .Stations. , Asheville. Hominy, k Turnpike; Pig'n Kiver, Clyde, Waynesv'le, ' Balsam, Hall, Kylva, Web'r8tat'n -Charleston, ,' Arr. . Xfi 8.10 2.43 2.23 1.56 12.51 12.16 11.45 11.07 10.66 A M Ive P M S19 2 50 228 153 1 36 1218 1146 10 08 10 67 920 ' Trains on the Uurnhv Division ran dailv. Son day t included. Balsam is meal station both WftVS Train No. 1 connects at Warm Sprines with E T, Va & G R R for all points in the South and Southwest. ' , 1 rain &o. 2 connects at Salisbury with R'AD train ISO 50 lor all points in tne fcoutn ana bouin west- Train No 10 connects at Salisbury with R & D train No 53, for all points North. Pullman Drawine Room Sleeping; Cars between Goldsboro and Asheville, and Salisbury and Ashe ville, on truins nos. 1 ana z. Klefrant. Pullman Parlor Cars between Salisbury And Anl eville on trains Nos. 9 and 10. - Kound Knob is breakfast station for No. 1. sup- pe; station for No 2, ana a mner station lor ro. a. I-.ckoryi8 dinner station for No. 10. ' W. A. TURK, A. G. P. A. M. SLAUGHTER, G. P. A. JVetv and Important!' W. O. Muller & Co -v HAVING REMOVr? THEIR . Wholesale Liquor .House. To the new Store on Main street, oppo- si to Court Square, ASHEVILLE, N. C, HAVK FOB BALE TIIE Pnre Mountain-Dew Corn and Rye Whiskeys, N. C. Apple and Peach Brandies, Old Monongahela, Paul Jones, Aa l 1 Urn most popular brands of Kmlwky Whiskeys. Imported French Brandies and Champagnes, . and Domestic and Imported Wines. " , -Soda Water and Ginger Ale, Ale, Tort the' celebrated Budweiser, Milwautie and j i . cinnati Bottled Beer, and the Cincinnati Keg Beer to which Beer he calls the especial attention of dealers, as it is received direct in refrigerator cars, and in as good order as at the brewery. We keep on hand a fine lot of , CIGARS AND TOBACCOS Billiard and Pool Tables ON THE SECOND FLOOR, With an elegant Club Boom attached. This department has been fitted up with a spe cial eye to the comfort and convenience of onr guests, and the room is superior to any other bil- liaid room in the city, and -has been furnished with entirely new tables of the celebrated J. MJ Brunswick, Balkc & Co.'s make. o : O. 1IULLKE sUll continue his ES TABLlSHMENTon Main street, under the charge of the "old reliablu" JOHN H. LANGE, who will be pleased to serve his friends with the best li quors to be found in the Asheville market. June 24-tf " 5 CENT LAWNS 1 0 ct. Cream Bunting For T3iealfast. ' . James P. Sawyer . : r y ' ' r' ii' : ,- Has just received Rtiother lot of those pretty : " ' -, . - 5 Cent JLatbn8,Y said to be the prettiest ever seen in the' country. Also ; la' - CKEAli p JTJYTIJYG , For 10 cents, worth" double the money. Opera Slippers froin l XX) up.'. Y.l . ' . I,a dies' and Gent Shoes, At prices that tlefv competition.. Best and largest stock ojf ' ."" Kngar, Coffee, Teas Hams :.v1". nnd IJmbrellaa, . ; . . At wholesale and retail. A car load of fine Salt and Kerosine Oil -will arrive next week. ; ,r . '-. YY-? 1 -,s J'eiv Orleans Jflolasses, Bought while in the city, for less nioney than ever offered in Asheville before. :- - tOO Gents' Coats ' On the Bargain Counter, from $1 to $10, worth from $5 to ?1. - . ... . : ' " . Napkins, Towels and Sheeting At bottom prices. One word about our 'J ;' -y '0IyGJIMlS'"' We have the largest and prettiest stock of Dress Ginghams, bought at the big sales in New York city, which, we are oflering at less money "than ever before. Our stock of . . , . . , . , - 1 : wiiiTiV'oooBs Is in belter condition than you ever saw it. All we ask it far you to exawino our poods and prices before you buy. , ; : respectfully, .. ' . James '!P. Smvydr. ' I am offering: until entire stock of Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Eats and Gents' Furnishing A T. GREATL Y RED UCED PE WRS ALIWOOL SUITS AT OVERCOATS AT Other CI otliing HANAN A full line of Boots and Slices for Ladies, Gents, Boys and Childrvn o the best manufacture. " " v I make a Specialty in fine Boots and Shoo As I am determined to make room for Spring goods, have marked ,mi above goods at very low prices. " . I advise every one who wishes to purchase to call and get my prices before buying. Remember, 1 sell the best Asheville made Woman's Kip Bals at $1.25. Remember, I sell the best Asheville made tap sole Kip Brogans at $1.50. Also make Boys' and Misses'. Try one pair and you will never be without them. : Very respectfully, ! " ; " , M. LEVY", " fe 11-tf Main street, Asheville, N. C. Wholesale and Retail Druggist, AND DEALER IN STATIONARY. PUBLIC SQUARE, TWO DOORS NORTH OF PENNIMAN & CO.' ' HARDWARE STORE. - WHISKIES, BRANDIES & WINES-FOPy MEDICINAL PURPOSKS -ALWAYS on hand a lull and well-eelected stock of DRUGS, PAT ENT MEDICINES, PERFUMERY, FANCY GOODS, CIGARS. CHEWING; TOBACCO, MINERAL WATERS, STATIONERY. BRUSHES OF , ALL KINDS, SPONGES, TRUSSES, and all the Med icine manufactured by J. L. LyoDs, of New Orleans, whom I am so! agent for. - ' " Give me an early call B-J. TAYLOR AMISS and F. L. JACOBS arc with me, and would be pleased to see their friends and all who wish goods in their line. - Sole manufacturer of Nelson's? Kidnev f?urr nnr) M&1 a vjdw4 o iiai i uu a Cure, and Lyon s Cough Syrup, Amiss' Fragrant "Land of the Sky Dent ifice, Leidy's Rheumatic Cure, Steven's Cleansing Compound for Cleaning BST Prescriptions filled at anv right of door- 1TEW- PIUM, NEW BUSI1TESS . A3VP IfEW GOODS. BROWN & BEAJRDE. STOVES, TIN WARE AND HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS V ' ;.' COJIK AND BUY! ' - W A havA nrvAnxw4 a fi.11 li..A nf Ik. 11 1 . . . . . i . . ' . " - most workmanlike maimer. .... , . Roofing, Guttering, Plumbing Specialties WORK DONE BY COMPETENT MEN WORK GUARANTEED. , The house is now opened for business. . ' .. " . - : . "H v ' , ' : BROWN AND BEARDEN. -aug!3-tf ' , ff y : v Asheville, N. V. DENTAL ,CARDS. B H. DOUGLASS. D. D. S., DenUl - Rooms over De Vault's. ' Drne Stn esldence lu Bame bulkliug Asheville, . N C. febS-wisw ' ' -DR. R. REEVES, D. D. S., I ; Office in Slador Bnilding, I pposite Central Hotel, - ASHEVILLE, N. O Persons having aitiucial work done, after Tying It two or three weeks. U not set isfled. can retnrn It ai.d bjnoae7Wijl he refnndeil. jy 1 Repairing Carriages, Buggies -Veil j el e ofll le8CTl)tions. Done In Ihe beat atiil tKost 'j-cnnRneJit style and at fhort notice. On band all varieties ct horse shoeing fctock. . Khtnrrjist jrorscft A Speciality. . Tboi?e wanting work done will do well to call qotokly to antlt)W4e overcrowding, lly work is Ui demand. Call on .- mch 2S-3moss ' '4 1. fi.AVOODT, WUlow t To the Tax Payers of the City or Tshct tile. ' . - ' MAYOR'S OFF1CK. 1 k A.UEV1L.E, N. C., June 14, 18S5. Tins IS TO GIVE NOTICE THAT, ON ALT, Xttxes due tothe.city for the jenr 1885, on Real and PeraoiiRl Eiitnto, (which is ninety cents on each hundred dollars worth) which mav bo paid into the city Trcnsu.ry on or before the fif teenth day ol July, lSKi, t.e tax payer will be al lowed a rebate of live per cent. By order of the lsoiiid of Aldermen. . . . - E.'J. ASTON, June 161m . ' , Mavor. G1 ORGE X. KF-ED. PHYSICIAN AND. SURGEON. I.ot'iiii-d nt Swann r.f.itTtiy attended. ;i Jiir.ct !(u. ,V.l r.-c'ls mm J. D. ROBERTSON Successor to Steffner & Robertson, . Jewelry, Watches, Clocks, Diamonds, Eye-Glass, Spec tacles, riated W arej oolid . Silver Ware, 'Omplete' lj; e. ALI KINDS REPAIRING DOXF.". fXAMINIC MY GOODS AND PRI' I S ONE DOOR SOUTH VANGILDER & BROWN, . ' . ASHEVILLE. N. the 1st of Mai ch my Goods, V C $3.00, WORTH $12.00. " 10.00, " 14.00. " ' 12.50, u 1G.00. 2.82, i .am- in Proportion, HANAN hour of dav or n oht. "KlerUi I?nll malH-lv O P K JE AA'JIV! IIA9IPT09T Ol rEATI(KICKTO '', lOppcriU Court House Square, J tshevillc, JT. C - , WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IX Piire Xor lit Carolina and . Kcnincky RranlleM an d vWliiskies. ' - " ALW7" : , ! " A FULL LINE OF CHOICE ; cm pans, cue n ij'g ' ; , : and ':.'.''. ' SJIOHJWG TOBACCOS, ; rOHTKR, ALE. BEER ; :'y y " - : -and : -.-.( '''-V ITI.VrAtJMI, I f Vf TKRS? r -IX VARIETY. . 4 . ; Great t are has been ttikon - - - in the seeclions ij the 'ohove . Airrici., Our patrons may be assnml that (hey will find lirmsehe . - " 1AMn.Y COMPENSATED ' by a visit to us. , jThe attention of doulcrs Is rcHwclniliv Invit ed to our stock, as we are prepared to edi.i.I v guy cleniaud. " June-.'7-tf ' ' , CANADA COAVAN : (Establislio.! in IS.Vk (Eshtl.IiislKM in IS.Vi.) WiiU-Iuji.tker, k . 1 Joivrler, ' 'AXODCAl.niS IN" !,.. ? c' .rit if y ,' s i A.