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tniDmUlllAP lnvHan Qtnna Q.. , t . .. il .
Wn irrr "Dr.M"J'-
High Priest;
. yKiUKT- v. si. m. a. ti. nairn
Ugn I'rleat: H. A. ftllrtirar HamtAn Mortal
tindWednesdttieht lneachmonthTmAt
wnesan meai in eacn montm miiu.
uceia every snaav lugrtt lor W1
ML Herman Isulnr Vn lis A
.te?y yWgMiQr intreoit; 77
Secretary.
w a w . in . . . in u nim iiiiii m Mkii'r vaiim taan i
mouui. (
Swatmama
toOftf K. M.ff. W fe,vf..-44
Brown. Dictator
Meets the tirst and third Monday, nights In
xV..h I. T otneers'iMa teenies uifrfugayo .rjonse,
, and third Monday. nights In eachJl W 3 ;rt,V, i.oriv
French Broad .niunMlfHn' T1 p j JJJ AJl1rii sratinna of tfJrfV hOe Ue u. u.2 -J
nsky. Reeent: Jordsii Htsine . KAcrtjii-ir Munt
and fourth Moukiay nfeklt eioh toomthl'TrTI
iivj nuii vjt fcmj Rmiraiji w niHHimi nt iimw
AtlieviUe Division No. 15 & o T-P A Cummlngg
Worthy Patriarch: W T- Hohertsnn.. KmnAlm
Scribe MeeU in the hallof tfylhtiof Ho
very Tuesday uisrht ; ' -7-- irTT,.. '-inrUf
lite Woman' Missionary Society of the M. E.
Church,8c4iihfaieettothechufilassi46dHwrpng rrerMnymnqsiig callinir it irtrite
the First Friday of every month at 4 o'clock, P.M.
Asheviuc Lderaru Soeielv-3. D. Cametdd-. frel-1
dent; T. A. Jones, S-ocretam -Locke Craig. Tree
nrer. Meets everv .Friday eveuinsr at rooms of
Asheville Library. ! "T rVS. r-r-V-fi11'
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ASHEVILLE CIIUBClli DIRECTOBT.
Itev.W.W. Bays Morning services 11 a.vm.:
jvening ecyice : pM; tfayer taeBtutWed-
' f r- ' (7" T
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llev. j. X'. uammon services 11 a. Wt
m. : prayer . meeting five .p. m.;Wi
day; Sabbath school half-past 9 a. m.
Services at present held
f iV0"1?' V. JC
v. . v.v V J ,1
4, ration Aveuuej
Episcopal Church, Trinity corner Church and
mUonrTBtsI ! U lX)Jf
Rev. Jarvis Buxton Services 11 a, m.; 6 p,
m. ; Sabbath school 9 a. m.
Baptist Church corner tyobdfln arid Spruce.Z
Kef. J. L. Carroll Services 11 a. m.: 8 p.
m. ; prayer meeting 8 p. tr. Wednesday ; Sab-
oam scnooi a. m. - - s
Roman VaihoHo Ohurvh, :
Kev. Mr. McGimtj Bfrcesfir BunUay
in each month at 11 a. m. V
m. js. vnurcn corner j-aiwn Avenue ana
(No pastor at-oresent. in charOy
. Doubleday llimon ClwvJi.
Rev J K Burnett. Pastor. Sabbitll Bchool, J t
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I'ra
aver Meeting everyday from 12 to
ck. All invited toattend. -rTiH
spel Services eveTy bbtthfWrijo6n, at
o'clocl
Gospel Services every fisbbsthtil:
6 o'clock, on Battery BarJr.
Gospel Services at Prof. Venable's Academy
every Habbath afternoon at 5 o clock.
Gospel Services at Smith's Bridee old De
pot over Q. M. Roberts' store, at 5 o'clock,
BauDatn Bcnooi at 4.
All are inviUd to attetdyie aVe
;COLOKED CIIUKCIIKS.-
;.l. M. E. Church (Zivn) College St.f
Bov. Mr. Sherman Services 11 a. m.; 3 p.
m., and half ,paet 7 p. riu; Sabbath (school 3
m.
- .-. Baptist, ..
.- Bev. Mr. Rnmley-8ervitoB-ll aj 4n 1 3 p'.m.y
and half-past 7 p4Jp.8abl)ath school 9 .iPam
Rev. Mr. Berry Services 11 a. m.j Sabbath
school 3 p. m. ' 1 1 1 ' ' ''
Services held iryCourt Housw on Sunday 11
a. m., half-past 7p, m'., byBeV. Mr.1 Metts, of
A.M.E.Ohurch.'j liV ni. .)vlJ f;i:l.
The point we stjtrTouT 'joecftd
pnasize is xnis mat tne uanKs are
not powerfal enough, to yrontroLtrie
people in tbxfr&l&iJ 'fijy bftrrtt
whip silver. Their effort to deprer
oiate it will be recognized' by 'tnern
as a boomerangwhen eitM UQ
and then they will remember- hat
the Constitution told them to' com
promise their prejudiceaiinxtriStipJii.
The silver dollar is here to stay. It
is on an equality with' th'e gold dolv
lar so lar as is(rQpney valvje is cpni
cerned," and it will be ' put oh an
equality ' with goldd' far aS 'cblriage
is concerned-r-7-4!aa tfonftjtuon.
Over a year, ago a sailor, l( elong-:
ing to an ' " !Ehglisli Ves'Stel ' a Port
Royal,' Jamaict,!ldisappearea,,, and' a
few days aLerward a shark was
caught with nis tobacco box in its
stomach. It was.sent'to his wiia a?
an incontrovertible , jwitness of;bis
horrihle enoi, iand she .mqurnedVjer
it until he drDjPd iinjtpsfle hQr. th,eJ
other day,; ' MQi Aai.deeertedj-fle
explained, and had lost his box
overboard in igetting -into, tb,e v boat
to go ashore.),, .
Columbus QAu8riIXalegaX&i
to the DeTmi&MiM CrWentlk&FWp fomtS Tl2?e fM
are arrivihg-oeyerf 17am, and by
to-night nearly all the distrkl tiil
' be representedVvBit bje tetoj Capitol
I t-r nil 4-1-1 A -t ntrtAff Mill I
There is an TmMs1afBeIhig
amon g those noW in Itihe city! . that
Gov. Hoadley will be re-nominafedj
Many go so far as to say that there
is no doubt about his renomination
and add that it .will surely be, by
acclamation. 1 1 ( " ;
Peoria It; 'lugust Isl Might
men were out . fishing in a boat at
the narrows in' the Illinois'' river,
about three miles above here, this
afternoon, when lightning struck
the boat,' instantly killing fcnrfcf1
them. The names . oi-two of the
killed are Schofield . and Murphv.
The other11 Mame 'Has n6 be'en
ascertained., -y.
They have uijd a.maaji Aptos,
Cal.,who had , never eard of Gen
Grant He mustiave belonged to
the same rrtijy,iIthat4aii"never
seen a railroad, and . is still voting
for Andrew 5-aeksoi fOFlildeal.
Pbivatb BoEDNd'WiVNsiiAfi;
The undersigned la pregared to accom
modate a limited number of "boarders at
her home in Wavnesville. (Convenient
to the WfttSilpluMSriittB Hki'-I
modations guaranteed. Terms moderate,
tf Mas. J. B. Sv. McIntobh.
A good focliof UctbinQfjyty&lfo'rFan
cy Qoods, Hats, Sioe$ffarpUS:c.t affixed
nnArtrnxnnahlf. Price. ' ' "
If you want a good 5" cent Ggar go to
Lyons' and ge a "White Rose." " l' -;
ot sA r;wi. i i,V
X AS.fIE7rif.,j
J. L. I SDAGI;' Proprietor.
... il'iTjv-A-fV.t.i 1 I S'1A
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THIS cnn tnodiou and . pleasantly located
boose Is open for tha accovuaodatioa . of the
publie. Every comfort and convenience the.
.country will afford guaranteed to the guests.-
- Bates of board reasonable . - Je M-wCm .
rr.
THEfihajtauient-iiff this H"tInm
consideration of the present "Irard
times, and X'dieet-&e wiskia.uT.tha
traveling public, bav. decided ..to reduce
their, rates, ,pn .n ..after tho lth of
August. 1 '.
For terms' please ftptly at f h Cilice. -
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Imnroied Methods for Extinct.
Sng C -
r narrations juoaern Appiiji; s
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, Philadelphia Bulletin
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TV tB epValFfcj's very partidu JIT about
I LH K I
proper care , or inatckcrT jy
, -
Srne man jpi anomer, -tor .;
' anytWnia ore i disagreeable
than a fil-p. f .In thei .ti.-placi-Xbe police
i tWrnvk tVio Violin a fcfirl If tha t.i
i i l i j i. a. i i. i 1..1 j -4 ,
T1. EP W luF J V1"5 1 Li
wllU enouga waw l nt' !B?-oi-af.r7
I - Such, is the urk (Mjialon. iliSt exists
flrefl' a jfreiC''e'-8
. . V , , .ZS.,tTWitt.4i-aiiB
I . ' ""i. mjrJ-Z.ZrZ
I more pleasant to haVe auuut
nave auuuw iw
iVion a fira WVion fV.o tiarrtix nnm "rt a
i w. -a hhi -wtir
-
r&vpWJWb?r qUA aamaging to
Wwmwmti.ttw flwt mi lima ao MKlwae lat
ter. Water injures to a great extent; fire.
It 1r 1 v Tin 4Tia
L.PFns !, u fi, Thov .believn that a
iXv llMM tf -Sviter Ssftaiidd uifcH tfie
tiniest ttauie, jutaajt Isturowa upon a.
l VI
a bis building:. .This is riot the
patee. -and thd fals ida W due.t ihe,
t
of knowlfease as to th'e proper" cuipgucnt
r.Tnijidlrst pfyce BiUokzleAof IhaHps
jJoVft tfse are so arranged -that aiiy sized
stream of water can be thrown and con
ti:olJcdl, by HST .tbumlrscraW at Itbe side,
which works at the slightest presure of
tnc; finger. 13y this the full force of the
"water may be allowed free - vent, - or the
size of the stream . may ,bc -educed , to a
very tiny flow,-eveii 'smaller1 tliafti that
which comes from the ordinary street
sprinkling hose. The purpose of this is
DVlOUS. T'WJieu atfrp alarm onjef ii ml
flie erlgines arrive Vt tlieiA propct aesti na
tion the first thins to be done is to set a
iMae of Hose out ana attach it to the en-
,lr rr nn TTnlnaaitlw f 1 r A Tin n. 1 n rrrn nno tfiA
drag the hpse,albnff tmtil the firf is ttfnd
and then 111114110 wa'ter upon it, sejmat
ing the. size of thefetream by the siafc of
the fira''Oyv 1 V "
The nozzle spoken of seefes stjjl another
purpose. There are time'whe,n aamoldeir-.
ins fire so fills a room with smoke thatJt
bis impossible for theJnwtfitoeTiferjiiHt
does not taKe 9LOHgse-rio moa-a room,
with staofceTand of tenCitwnhaMWEUjke is
denses4fe4fiE2 -3 sniallesifiow tox enter
such a placed 1IrBU,"the question which
the I fireman has , to . answer. , , ,To go; in
bodily with his hose in hand' would mean
almost instant suffocation,1' and to turn ton
a heavy stream of. water and throw i into
jectionablo features the nozzle of the hose
ib ib tirrahfeed thal by- the proper applica
tion of a slight pressure of the hand the
water can be sent", forth in a spjcay, and
"this! 'clears lt1ie,'tmbspheres 4 Wdtgh
and drives the smoke awayi 'sum
ciently; to, aUtovj the men to enter. ..There,
is a joint ia tho pipe a,- .few. inches below
,the end,' which, when ' loosened, allows
he water; ib escape on all sides;' throwing':
it-forward in a shape somewnat similar to
an. umbrella. This drives the smoke be
fore the men and makes the entrance com
paratively easy.
unco at the oriein -of tae Drer-we water
-"'anH turned xrrfectiyiipe it. in many
oUbMmallACQaas engiaisMre not brought
into play at all. The insurance patrol an
owers all alarms, and the licrht aDDamtus-
rt tly cft)jf Jfej ispetjftlJy ja&tpted ) to small
v A ,kA v.nm ij4lA
uica, auu buujr CAUuguuu aciu tviua iiiuq
or jio damage ,to surrounding property.
The improved nozzle has been used by
the re department ,or several years, but,'
Birunge 10 say, lis many uuvuuiugea are
either .u'lfthownl or not appreciated by
the .people
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IKtA.nliv'a Rnr.lr l
t thmitixii rrtxn at' Vinrlr rmtivJnpaq re.-
UUV fcAA.A, J N1V n 1UITW VWMV
of the captors. i There wet lines or trounps 1
of, naked forms, upright, standing, or mov
in ' about listlessly; ' naked bodies are
etretcbedi under the sheds izr .all positions",
s r''.i 1 J 1 . . - i ii
iiHKcu ica. luuuuitjruuiu tiro eceu iu lua
perspective oi prostrate sleepers; ,there are
countless naked ' children.' many were in
fants, i forma i of 1 boyhood and .girlhood,
and occasionally a drove of absolutely,
naked old women bending, under a basket'
of fuel, or cassava tubers, or bananas, who
ureidrrvcu through the moving croups by
twor three musketeers,".. ,
observe that ; mostly all- are ! fettered:
v6uths.-itlL iron rinira around their neck,.
through. , wJnch,',a, chain, like one pf our
boat 'chains, is rove, securing the cap tives
Dy twenties, ine, children .over- ten are
secured Dys three copper rings, each Tinged
letr broucht torether bv. the central rinp'.
which accounts for the, apparent listlesa..
... I .. . f' - . , I
firogeiif 0f fafata are grouped, hiding
UMbcrueuronT units -mat taU tnioens or
f ftfeiwrrMver4herr rmmraa- )ifeasts.
Thereis one, adult, man captive amongst
yp Arable Soil.
(Frank Leslie's Illustrated
JThe arable land of Egypt is 'a'bout equal
in extent to . the . state - of Uhode Island.
te, 01 it.
T&eI WtW SfiW, fcautai" frtntf i takes
Alber- and Viptoria JSTyanzai is, bread, and.
deep,. never above a few "feet, and sup
plies: the permaneut'Bfouree of the river of
Egypt One of the Kile's tributaries
coming from the mountains of Abyssinia,
brings such vast quantities of soil with it
that it is slowly raising the bed of the
driver, as well aatendiag.ikon eaehfcide.
un ine plain 01 ineoes the sou formed Dy
deposits has in 3,500 years encroached
UDon the desert a third of a mile, while
the : ruins of - Hierapolis in - the delta,
which once stood above the reach of tho
inundation, are now buriod in a mud de
posit to a depth otnearly seyea feet
n CaVlartbe Kii.i Treflitli..
4e jCaviar, tbb1 well-known' Russian relish;
..J. X . -1 C 1 31.
is uiouo iruiu tut) fura vi ittiyo uu,
especially the sturgeguiiTha process of
manufacturing consists 5xs- thoroughly
cleaning the raptirom4ts"vmenibranes;
salt is then ml:ed' inf! apd the liquor
pressed out, aitehica .hacaviar is
dried and packed fof saleTod best kind
is usually packed in kegs, while an inferior
qualit' is' 'made into smalt thin : cakes.
Although Russia almost monopolizes this
branch of commerce. Hamburg hasalso
taken up tgMQduatry. , J il i 1 1 f
M
f . j. The tSKwt,-Popular Remedies. lJ .
. I . ' ir'.Exchange.l .ft''.M
A medicinal Atatislician in Boston took,
the lrubJ-to-s&foe 26 prescrfptiojls'
at a drug'store to sc&what remedies were
the most popular. - Quinine took" the !ad
by making part-of 2i)a prescriptions;
morphine came next, In T7z; .bromide pf
potassium' was la 171; iodide of potassium?
in 155, aad muriate f iron in , 134.: i,The,
total niuaJieriOf.ajticlesitt.lhe pharmaoa.
poeia ia il(J4, and 504, pf them were asled.
for in; one form or another. i o u;;-, ; n i v
'i.i 5C iUiiMt
, : ! . .1- i..,::!V ,Vli..t'iK.l 1 . -u ; -i ,
LAiirj Enxbt Blanks. t - "
TMekriN rieOliaidtkiS eb&y
of blank warractfcflLd Bnlriesi nd
ViCoFKiN..Hiade in Eirst-Class Stvla :-of
waimit, jiouniain xi(ixt;ni,. -opiar!,; Jrane
' l - r i x-uwi i. ' ' i?i -' f i ' r-
-r . r , . ' r -t---i T-i
tion Gnarnntoed and Low Prices (-ha-rapA .
He ' stski triat' lhe: public 'VilP tthd
ee for themselves, v . u i
eplO-l2moB '
. A. Guild, Atlanta, saysTBlB. B cured
nm. BeaiocK jpta, ,;terIe.caa.,0f:8cr6fula,
niuuu auecwa meenurfe eltxrw loii&jli '
IV .i.iili
...v.
foni f Scrofula for. over ten yearn Phr-
sicia 3s exhausted thefe Bkflli ahd Numerous
patf ji, medicines were fused without tenefit
trie fiudi tteedkritti debiii ei&aeiatiorv
f 'lg'out ofXhi hajx 'and a frightful breakinR1
i yt of the skin, r He bones became very much
,wrfHJ,v m-h Yi. i, i
feeling of horror, Ssme friend said tb&t B. B.
B. would cure her. I procnred'it and placed
her upon its use, and to taenttcr astonishment
of all who knew her the recovery was rapid and
complete." It acted as a pdwerfal tonic, gave
her a splendid 'appetite, and ao'td upon the
kidneys. A few bottles dd the work The ac
tion of B. B. B. was decidedly qniok, and the
Nra,dme cost but lijttle. J ddvise my friends to
uao ib m b uiuuu pur inerv , . , jt ours nTiiy,
Hll!!";;.' ; Ob.m.lawson.--1
Bl.li
iv
Mr, IA. P. W., of Hampton, Ga., hasrecenay
emergjbd from one of the most remarkable
cases of Blood Poison on recof di'1 Hi body
and limbs 'had no less than four hundred small
ulcer) his bones tormented him with painsr
his appetite failed his kidneys presented
frightful symptoms and all doctors and 100
bottles of the moat popular Blood Poison rem
edy failed to give him any' relief.,,. He secured
B-B. Bvj the conoontratwrl quick cure, and .five
bottles healed op the- nicer !Believed bis oain.
cured ins kidneys". - restored bi appetite,- and
made him a healthy and happy man. Any one
ens? secure his full name and correspond with
hi' : .11.;.".-:
I
Is the only plaee in Ashcyine wliere
you can Ond what you are looking
lor in
Dry Goods, Notions. JFmicw
' 1 Goods, JflitUnery and
i'iii GentsX JXrikhingiiA
At prices lower than have evierTbeen
.known before, ; .. : ;
WHITLOCK' MOTTO ' K .1
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Popular Goods at JLavcest
FricesX::::::
411,;.and be oonvinced .of vthq
url... ..-;.,v.;,r.t .'l.u' I:!.,-aDOye-laCt.
I; li 'i.i ovi-jM .i Ir,..
.' 'Goods received daily..
Under Eagie"Hof el, Main St.
;.ll. -j.rt.li iio l i.-.o'
PM viij .-a-.:-: '';.--jici'
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j 4im,!i to Jj.;-j:. ji ; i : . vw i-.iiun 1. I,-..::
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ice Cream and
For sever jwarweftye ,,. Vanish
ed the people of Asheville with .
Cohfectioneri Mfr'l&Gf&te
PAnd without nanydesire, to bftat
will say tnat at no ;'piace ' cVyou,'
.get better. , , , . . - -
; .. ;-u t ? uVtiVf. ylwtvt
JCJfi CJKEAM, or
are
.IS THOvtHA Mti'rM
r TOlXreceiv4iM5f ;
addition to Jce Cream and Candis."
So:
llatingl feorTtinuce;
fsvor, we remain, "
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one MMunarea uteres otinv
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oining-Arden Park; Apply, to iJ'
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Ashetille, N., p.ia
it Office in-Q3fir.tiIJotrae.rj M,q ,,",
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FIRE INSURAfJCt.
Insurance against loss by Fire in
Property, Real and Persona ..
s?ort-. w Melt a long term: '
Policies issued at fair, rates.
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AshiviIIe
Morth Carollria. '
Fine Groceries.
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' 7 Invported and rjomestic' Table Delica
cies ol every description,
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We make a specialty, of Pine Tea
and have Just received ' direct from'Im
porters, (in f original ' packages,) the fol
lowing, which' "we recommend for their
fine flavor and superior drawing quali
ties I ll-ihrf t V' ;;i'il';t. ')!! ,
Finest Moyune Gunpowder, - -" ,
Choicest Formosa OoloneN' ' " '' ()!";
ChoicesWEnglish Breakfast, ' '
. Extra Fancy Japan.
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JSJGHESTi "GRADE COFFEES
OldtJoVt Java CSoffee, green and roasted," "'
uenuine atocna,
Laguayra, feaberry, Fancy Golden Bio,
Cordova Ooffee,
Baker's Chocolate. fi " '
Ks' rv i , Baker" Broma, s-? - I
g h ? : v i-'-S ;Jtp Cocoa. I
JUST ARRIVED,
California Fruit in glass jars,
jf-b Orarites. Ouiaoes. Anricots. - i-. .-
kv- 4 ' il '2" to! : ' ?
' Bartlett Pearis.
Canned' California Fruits,' '
Golden Gate Peaches, -)
' j : Lemon ClIngTeaches, ; ; : :'"
Apricots, Bartlett Pears,
Bahama Grated Pineapple.
FOtl LUNCH AND PIC-NICS.
gates' of - daTinr,f;trnffled Quail, Part
ridge, vyiid uuck, urouse
: ; anil Woodcock. . r
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oned Chicken and Turkey ,
Potted Game, Auneu Tongue, . -. k .
! Kippered Herrings, Shrimp,-"5
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Boneless Sardines, Devilled Crabs, '
Kdam Cheese. Albert Biscuit,. .
' 'Dundee Marmalade and Jams,
r Instantaneous Chocolate, .
1 ' 1 -Fresh Crackers a great variety.
French Peas and Mushrooms, . ,
' aeen VMives, capers, :-,.!! ; . '
Currle Powder, Salad Dressing,
y-. ' t Walnut Catsup, Mushroom ( Jitsup, '
'. f t . - . Preserves' in glass and puils,
CANTON-GINGER, x
K k rium ruatnnz, t '
'.' Spaghetti Sacaronf, Vermicelli.
Of every description,
AT KEPLER'S,
Opposite Eagle Hotel.
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.-KSTAJJSHZD 18GI. . ,
FVRMAN & CO.,
Wholesale
Commission Hercbantc,
Uf-DaiBD AND BVAPOBATXI-
FtAPbodtjo OrAu, Jrsps,
IN THEIR SEASON,
WOOL, BEESWAX and FEATHERS,
r? vjset tnxu & ou oz jjeoad avk., ,
. mti, w i W i tCT W-li' MVnf ,
References: levl Apear, Pres. North River
Bank. Coh it. C Carter, Benton, Md. . G. N. Wil
liams, Canandalgua, N. Y. GoTdon Si Dil worth,
575 Greenwich Street, N. Y. W. Wonpson, Pres.
N. Y. P. B. Co.. 82 Sullivan St. Ap3sw6m
THE
hazlegreen;
Sash & DBlind Factorv
Has recently purchased a large amount of Oak.
Ash Chestnut, Cherry and Walnut JLumber. and
CAN (FTJRNIS3 WORK . 1
manufactured of thoroughly dried n'aterial. We
propose to furnish work at the lowest figures, and
equal to any imported goods.
H ' THOS. L. CLAYTON, Propr.
j a CLAYTON, Business Manger.
feb4-s w tf . r - i i .- i s : - -' -
'(TZ '!! ' . -FT t?A'.
5 .1 iaiit Streei, (Above EagleHotel); A ",.
ridl ?Sa ) . Ajfii-; r
-: 4IVIin.rT-i'' o'..: --.! . ?' AVIA
Dhe best stock always on hand. Work always
guaranteed to rive satisfaction. .
i - T . unwilallir nMnoMlH tn TT1 Air A Wlta II Tl fl
I, lr-.V..J yivw-
1 beia.sa as to prevent ;4ipTfs ;and sqcbabtno.
Gerdtmen and Ladies' Repairing a Spe-
rrinltv.
Ftn-jiwtoTO Work alwaya onhand, any style
anil Batlsiaction guaranteedr as "to acock ana
work, Shoemskew' Findlnsa always on hand and
tor sale, the bestlnjthe markeli at w prices1! i ,
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LGUGHRAN
; --''.'it ,'!ft'r'? srt' "-i1 '' fit v ; :'"' ' - -;- '
-.Proprietors of proprietors of : . ,
i1i. v'-.:ki'WW.W . ' "' ; ; - ' , , 's '
Asheville's "Bonanza," ; Ldughran's"Acme'- '
Main Street, 3d dopr, above jtfie.Bantji) -
FINE POOL AND MILLIARD -CABLES IN BOTH BARS 7
'. JlWeLbuy. bu.mnea.dqooiB.oUrect' from: the Dealers and Iml;"1.
norters. . . l-,r .-..:-. v .., '..
:?H:r?vS? r.-.--r....i
f ra0ur.jLiquors Xtf ecommended
-'-' i.'Bl-i.i."rtMvlI-i.i., fT
iVOiSik S&aiiced aattfppcti to Jilt Points. ' '
MOTHERS',
FRIEND!
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This Invaluable Dretiar
Wo More Terror !
atioa Is rulv a irinmnti of
So Here Pain !
teclentiflc ssill, and no
more inestimable - benefit
fwaa ever bestowed on the
No More Dancer !
mothers or tne world.
Wit not only shortens
TO.
the time oi labor ana lea
sens the Intensity of pain,
but, better than all, it
irreatlv diminishes the
Hotner or Child,
dancer to life of both hkn
uner ana onua, ana leaves
tne motner in a conaition
hhthlY f avorableto speedy
The Dread of
recovery, and far less 11a-
ibl to flooding, eonvuls
rioas, and other alarmlag
9Iother1iootl
symptoms inciaent to un-
ireriaa ana- bainnu laoor.
TRANSFORMED TO
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Its truly wonderful effic
acy in this respect entitles
the Mother's Fbuno to
be ranked as one' of the
HOPE5
Ufe-savlna; aoPUcants riv
en to the World by the dis
coveries of modern science
From tbe nature ef tne
case tt will of course be
ruJOTll
understood mat we cannot
publish, certificates con-
cernlng this KemkDT with
out wounding the delicacy
Safety nl Wased
ttne-wnters. , s et we n av
unreds oi encn tesiim-
-TO-.,.,.,
SafFerlng' 'Woman
oniats on-nle, and no jrio
lher who lias once uset it
will ever again be without
it inner time oi trouble.
A .prominent physician lately remarked to the
proprietor, that if it were admissible to make
public the letters we receive- tto ''Mother's
Friend" would outsell anythimg- oa- tfie market.
I must earnestly entreat every femaWexpecting
to be confined, to nse Mother's Relief. Coupled
with this entreaty I will add Chat during a long
obstetrical practice (forty-fouryeals).I have never
known it to fail to produce a aie and quick
delivery.- y, U. i. HOLMES, M. U Atlanta, Ga.
Send foronrTreAtifleoa"IIeiillliand HftPnlness
of Woman," mailed free.
Bbadfieij) Kbgitlatob Co., Atlanta, Ga.
X BJtNBT& CO.
UNDERTAKERS.'
iii . ! asheville; N.a)'i;; v
Metallic and Walnut Coffins constantly
on hand. - Every requisite of the business
furnished. All calls dav or nieht prompt
ly answered: 'Hearsee tirnished when
desired mL-.wly
SOMETHING CHOICE!
--lot-
LO fERS OF THE WEED, who enj
good smoke, should always ask to
oy a really
for
IIOIIES'
. Golden JLeaf,
' Land of the Sky,
These brands are manufactured from tha cele
brated Tobaccos crown in -Western Keith Caro
lina, free from all perfumeries, adulterations o
impuritieand axe prized for their; , r , , .j
Superb Smoking Qualities,
ask your aeaiers or -
iMOLJriES' TOBJiCCO, ' 7
and take no other.
Oritrt ftrm thtr Trmdt MoUeUt.
j J$.-' HOLMES A CO.' loPErmposs k
iaa2-12mor' ) i i ASHKVTLLE, N. f '. j.
STEAM-GRIST MILL,
NEAR NEW DEPOT, w-
ashetiixe, ir. X V
l OUa iEW STEAM-itlLLS are
in full operation, and we are ready
to supply families or ; merchants
with , .
THE BEST MEAL; ;
.: ; BEST MILI, FEED,
r-- " HAY AND FODDER, drc.
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At the lowest prices,
FOiR 6iLSEC!
"- Cora' ground fof usual toll, prompt
delivery guaranteed Give us a call.
JORDAN & IIALYBURTON.
, ap 1-swtf
J"W?W STOIZE.
,:n . i A' i : ' ' 'A'i:A .
nr. JTE IT JPMIZTI9 ,
AA IiA:- JYEZV GOODS.
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TFamily Grocery, Hay and
- Feed Store, '
'south Main Street, fabove Eagle Hotel,) J '
K i );.)' j. ' i ' ' ASHEATLLE, N. C
FTJIX Stock of Family Groceries,' Lard, Bacon,
Sugars,- Coffee-, Canned Goods, Soap, Soda,
Spices, Kerosene Oil, &c- &c.
Flour L Meal, Corn, Hay, Mixed Feed, Bran,
! ; ; . Snorts, &c.,
purchased by the car-load, and' on hand con
stantly, at the lowest prices. Give us a call,
je 22daw6m MURRAY & HARK1NS.
NOTICE. rr
The undersigned having qualified
as the Executrix of the last will and testament
of Erwln Binder, deceased, hereby notldes all
parties having claims against the aaid Erwin
Binder to exhibit the same to her the aaid Exeo
nrrl5 on.or before the 18th day of July, A.D.
liind. '
ThlS July 18th, A, 1985.
, julia a. sLrru,
Jjl8 w6w Executrix of Erwln Suldet,v "'d.
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. Cor. Main & Eagle sts, under Whitlock's.'
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by the Leading Physicians of the
tuLr-il. T. . li
- TKOFgSSIONAL CARDS. .
41 JI. MCLODD i ; . , cHAS
"TyToLOID & MOORE,,
HOuBJZ
''' 'Attorneys and ConnteUcfrg at Jaw '
ASHEVILLE, N. C. , '
-SiceJa th0 United States Circuit and ni.
$.l?Zfeato 'tion. of claims .
- ,: Physician and Suramn.
Office for the present' at residence," (the Hoew" "
7Ti-Twiyof-yorth 22;.:;-
SAM WESTRAY BATTLE, M. D.,
. i :. (U. S. Navy,) ' .. .
; .Offers his professional services to the
citizens of Asheville. Residence and
office on Bailey Street,
auSdly ,;.!;.; : ,. ......
JQK. JOHN HEY WILLIAMS,
'''' Physician and Surgeon. ' ''
iff-' n SK? doora onth of Bank. Rest '. '
CeniSrencllfeidAyellu- Omcehourfll i
m. to 1 p. m and from 3 to 6 p. m. - . .....
Ti:. jf. Davidson.
- Jas. g. Martin
TTkAVlDSON A MARTIN,
it-ana, : . . .
A. CounsUors-at-Ijiw
im.i.i M n . r.
wniCTI ac fl oi
fcJ ' ' , Asheviixi, N. C.
unit i 7i:l IT "u judicial DlstrlcUrt
K? .i lS.8 nPFne Court of North CarolinTid
tt the- Federal Gonrfanf th. uj.ZZ t, 3 .."4
North Carolina. miriciu.
Refer to the Bank of Asheville.
. Bepl-swAw8m .....
OCKE CRAIG, ,
Attorney at Law,
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
Office in Court House. dec C-ly
JAMES A. BURROUGHS,
Physician and Surgeon,
ASHEVILLE, tf. C,
Office over Powell & Snider's.
Half RraidArinn mmnii rt XT:.. -i
- . w mjuii auu
Woodfin streets.
de 16-ly
SF. VKNABLB,
. .Civil Engineer and General Surveyor,
Breti&red tn tin all wmif in hi. .r , .
offer his services especially In Leveling
Making, Making Estimates on Work, Laying Off
Locating and Platans; or Mapping Uily Lota an'
Estimating or Mapping Wo?kalrady don?
JO zo-u ,
J;. .A. TENNENT,
Architect and Civil
' Designs, Specifications, and Estimates of any
style of building furnished upon application, and
work sUDerintended when it..li in i . ...
trusted to me as Civil Engineer will receive
prompt attention. Thorough drainege of lands.
a specially -oet office address, AshevUle or
Best,N. C. Residence Swannanoa Bridge. :
rjlHOS. A. JONES, . ; ... " .
.""Attorney at Law, '
r ASHEVILLE, N. a,..
oct 22-ly . Office with Davidson & Marti ,
JQRS. W. L. & W. D. HILLIARD.
' Physicians and Surgeons.
, Office next door south Old Bank.
jan 3-6 mos
U. JOHNSTON. ... UKO. A. KUFOHD
TOHN8TON St 8HUFORD,
ASHBVTT.T.K, G. r
Will practice in the 8th and 9t Judicial District .
ot Korth Carolina, in tfae Supreme Court of
btale, and in tho rederal Courts at AshevUle.
l'h ooUectlon ot claims, the examination ot
titles to real property, and the settlement of estates
a specialty by the firm. Office in the Johnstoa
building. al7-ly
NEW CASH STORE
. 6 m if
A Place to Get Bargains ! , .
CHAS. E. LEE
(STJCCKSSOB TO J. E. RANKIN A CO.) '
1st door above Farmers Warehouse. '
- ASIIE VIXIiE, S. C.
AFoIlUneof Well Sleeted OditM
Slioa andC tblaaM Specialty I . ' ' .
My stock embraces everything usually kept In ...
alflrst-class general store, such as
DS, CLOTHING, ,
BOOTS, SHOES, ' , 1 ,.. T
' ' c ; " . ... N0TI0N4, t'li
CLOTHING,
HARDWARE,
TIN WARE,
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE. . ' 1 1 1
will sell you a SB WING MA CUIUS, wap-
ranted for five years, with top, folding leaf, two ,
drawers, such as usually sell for $40.00 to S6O.U0, for ;
TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS. Satisfaction gua- -ranteed
or money refunded. I am the Asheville -
Agent for the Koyal St. Jehu Sewing- Ma
chine as above described. - -
Fresh Gtom SecdtvHUbertteivedinafexiday, .
I thank my friends and customers of a few
years ago, while in the retail business with Plea.
sant.Millis & Co. and C. E. Graham, for their ist
patronage, and mist to merit a continuance of the
same.- '-: ' '
Messrs. John A. Brooinhlre and 8aml W. Ray,
formerly with J. E. Rankin & Co., are with me
and would be pleased to have their friends call. 1
REXEXBiX TBE PLACE I
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lit door above Farmers' Warihomte, C. E. Graham .. ,
Cnllavndb convinced! Good. Kn
-' ranteed -s represented.
Ja80-waiwly . .' : A-. .
COTTAGE FOB RENT.,
A Cottage, containing five rooms, th
residencA ot the lute Dr. J. ii. Hardy, located ba
Church street, will : be rented on reasonable
terms. Applyto J.G.MART1H,
jnn Sitf - ' Or, T. W. PATT(Ji, -
W'TEO. ;' ;-':
A partnerfhlp with a man of capHul or means
to Steam Dry and rehandle . Leaf Tobacco on ;
order in Asheville.
With a man of long experience and establlxhed
trade in the leaf and manufacturing traiie'a oi -Vinrlnia,
Kentucky, North Carolina andtureign
markets. Address I W. N.,
Julv X5-1 1 mo BOX C8, Reidsville, N. C i
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