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C'rene Commawlcry, No. 5. A. J. EUir, Eminent Join uiaiider; Jordan btone, Secretary. Meets lirst Wednesday uiirht in cacti month. AtheviUe Chapter.- U. A-. M. A. U. Balrtt High 1'riest; H. A. Gudjrer, Secretary. Meets th second Wednesday night In each mouth, and ueta every Friday night ior instruction. .. ML Herman Lodqt, No. 118, A. F. fe - A.. M. J., A. Porter, WorahipfUl Master: 8am'l H. Seed, .- Secretory. Meets the first Friday night in each mourn . ... - - waaMX Lodge, K. of If.', N. 646. J. C. Brcwn, Dictator; Jordan -Stone," Secretary, ileeta the first and third Monday -nights in each mouth. - - . . . Vrcnck Broad Council, NoTOi: . X S. Ll- otnsky.- Regent; Jordan Stone, Secretary. Meets m the nail or the Knights ot Honor on the secona and fourth Monday nights in each month. AxlieviUe Division Ho. 15 & of TV A Cummings Worthy Patriarch; W T.Robertson. Recording Scribe. Meets inthehallof the Knishtaof Honor, very Tuesday mgnt. . ,. " Church, South, meet in the church class-room on the r irst Friday or every montn at 4 o cioct f.M AaheviUe Liieraru SocieUi3. D. Cameron. Presi ' dent: T. A. Jones, Secretary, Locke Craig, Treas- urer. 'Meet every Friday evening at jooms of . Ashevme lAorarr. ' ASIIEVIXIE CIH7BCU, DIRECTORY. Methodist Episcopal Church Church 8L Bar. W. W. Bays Morning sexvioea 11 a. m. availing f ervices 8 p. m. ; prayer meeting Wejl aesday evening s p. m,r fcaDDath school a. m. '' - -' : r - Presbyterian Church Church St. :' ' Uov. J. tr. uammon services 11 a. m.; 8 p, m.; prayer meeting ' five p. m. Wednes- d&v: Sabbath school half-cast 9 a. ni. . - Services at present iield in rooms of Y. M. C. . A., ration Avenue. ., - .. . Episcopal Church, Trinity corner Church and nev. jams u ox ton serviooa 11 a. in.; 6 p. m.; Baooatn ucnooi a. m. gSaplist Church corner Woodfin and Spruce. Kef. J. Lis Carroll Services II a. m.; 8 m.s waver meetins 8 d. r. Wednesdav : 8a bath school 9 a. m. . . . " . i . , , Soman Catholic Church. liar. Mr. McGinity Services first, Sunday m eaca montn at 11 . m. ; . . M. E... Churclir corner Potion - Avenue and ,-. i Bailey SU "- . v : (No pastor at present in charge). - ' . DoxMeday Mission Church. ' Rev J K Burnett, Pastor. Sabbath School, J J ; " Y. M. C. A. ; '- -: ' : ' Prayer Meeting every day from 12 to 12.80 o'clock. All invited to attend. Gospel Services every Sabbath afternoon, at e o ciock, on cattery Jforter. , Gospel Services at Prof. Venable'B Aoademy every ban oath arternoon at o o clocK. . . Gospel Services at Smith's Bridge old De potover, u. M. lioberta' store, at 5 o'clock. Sabbath School at 4. - - All are invited to attend the above services. . ICOtOBED CHURCHES.:. "'. A; Jt. . Church (Zion) College St. ; ilev. Mr. Sherman Services 11 a. m.; 3 p. m., and half.past 7 P- m.; Sabbath school 9 . m . :: - - . .- . ' Baptist. . Itov. Mr. Enmley Services 11 a. m.; S p. m., and half -past 7 p. m.: Sabbath school 9 a.m. '.- Episcopal. Ilev. Mr. Berry Services 11 a. m.; Sabbath school 3 p.m. - Services held in Court House on Sunday. 11 a. m., half-past 7 p. m.. by Bev. Mr. Metts, of A M V. nhnnh THE DISSATISFIED DEMOC - RACY. - The "widespread . dissatisfaction" in the Democratic party : still falls to materialize. In Ohio, the State where it was. claimed to ,. be most pronounced,' the ir alcontents in Convc i tion - ? a ssembku, h eartily congiaLulate the country upo a the election of President; Cleveland ; cooratulate the President and his Cabinet -upon the auspicious begin ning . they V Jiave made in the necessary reforms of 'the Govern ment, and endorse the Adminisira tion; approve the important mea sures adopted by. - the Democratic Congress ; reaffirm the principles of the National Democratic Convention of 1S84, and - have nominated for Governor gentleman who i9 thor oughly in aecord with the Adminis tration and - the avowed reform policy oCthe party. ': In New Hampshire, at a fully attended caucus of the Democratic members of the Legislai are on Wednesday, resolutions were unan- imously adopted, v amid long and hearty applause. ; unqualifiedly en dorsing theNaiional Administration, as follows : ' ' ; -:; . ' "We heartily sympathize with President Cleveland in-his manifest determination to fill the offices of the country with honest and capable men We commend his caution, his firmness and his sagacity. We believe hi3 hand is strong, hia heart true, and that his courage :will not fail. ,We assure him of our abiding faith in hirn and pledge him our steadfast support, with the confident expectation that the American peo ple will rally around and enable him to banish corruption from high pi aces,' apd- tec i e establish whole some rule, 'peace' .and . prosperity throughout alltmr borders," FiREat : Texabkasa, Ark, 21. Destroy ed the Arlington Hotel, the telegraph office, the post-office, the Pacific and Southern Express office, and the" Wesrern Union Telograph office. Two squares on the Arkan sas side were also destroyed ' The loss U estimated at$150XXX , Clothing of dU grades, for men, 'youths and children; .also-set good stock of Men's Furnishing Goods. ; t - eoktf - : : " KEI) WOOD fc CO. i" . .- -Pjuvatb Bobbing in Waynesvii-le. r " . - Tub tinuersigned is pregaredaccoin- rnodate a limitea nauiDer 01 ooaruens at ' her home in Waynesville. : Convenient to the White Sulphur Springs. Accom modations guaranteed- Terms moderate, tf- Me. J. B. S. McIntobh. n A g ood stock of (Xolhing, Dry Goods Fan cy Gooda, Hats, Shoes, Carpets &c.,,atfixed and r&uonable Prices.' v; " . - "i eodtfl . -v. REDWOOD A CO. 'i If you t want a good 5 cent Cigar go to Lyons' and ge a "White Kose." - . : ASIIEVILLE, N. a, . " J. L. L. SLAGLE, PnoPRiETOR. THIS cominodioiis and pleasantly located bouse isopeti for the accommodation of the pnhle. Evry comfort and convenience the "vusilry will afford pnarantced to the quests. E tifs of board reasonable. je 34-w6m ""lit:" ?T v..- ronicnt of this Hotel, in .(-. .M:rjtionof the present hard - r-.'l to DPct the vfip!ie3of the '" li.iT' hrMe'l to r'Muce -''.si I ar--r the of WHEN ! ", IC II. IJ When I am dead, I pray thou, bwoef;, Mourn not abova the winding sheet, - - But rather sinila, and say: . "At last ' ' s The hot and thorny way is passed ; The dew of heaven shall cool his faet" Vet profitless and Incomplete Life's Journey, should I fail to meet . One heart with woe- to be o'ercast - -When I am dead. But thou whose Joyance is the seat ' And throne of LoveI thee entreat, - ; Bond not before the cruel blast ' Which snaps my life; nor stand aghast, List'ning in vain for one heart beat - ; - . When I ant dead : .- t -' -f-. ' - - -.r Causes of Deteriorated Kye-Siq;ht. . . Popular Science . Monthly.! " v? The causes to -which this deterioration of eyo-Bight has been attributed are al legeato be cross-lights from opposite windows," light shining, directly on the face, insuttcient lighw small types, and to the position of the desk, forcing the scuoiar to oena over ana Lring the eyes too ciose to me oook or writing .paper. etc: But. were all these defects remedied. the integrity : of the eve would not be resiorea nor its deterioration prevented. The chief : causes of the evil would still remain. These are the color of the paper and the ink.- White paper ? and black ink arc ruinin? the eveshrht of all reading nations.. The "rays of the sun, " says Lord Bacon, ' "are reflected Dy a wmte Dray, ana are absorbed by a blacK one. "; . JNo one dissents from this Opinion; but despite these indications of nature and of philosophy, we print our dooks ana write our letters indirect oddo- sition to the suggestions of optical sci- When we read a book printed in the ex- which being black are non re.lectiva The shares reach the retina.' but these are not received ay a spontaneous, direct action oi tnat organ. The white surface of the paper is reflected, but the letters are de tected only by a ; discriminating effort of ine opue nerves. mis enort annoys the nerves.- and. when lonir continued ex hausts their susceptibility. The human eye can not long sustain the ' broad glare of the white surface without injury. . The author of "Spanish Vistas", iu Harper's Magazine, says of Cartagena that "blind people seem to be numerous there, a fact which may be owintr to the excessive daz zle of the sunlight and the - absence of verdure." Mr. Seward, in ; his tour around the world, observed that "in Egypt opthalmia is universal. " attribut ing it to the same excessive dazzle of the wide areas of white sand; and the British Soldiers, in the late campaign in that country, exhibited symptoms of the same disease. . " - - In the Smithsonian report for 1877 it Is stated in a paper on "Color Blindness, " that "M. Chevreul produced 14,420 dis-' tinguishable tints of the elementary col ¬ ors, from which the paner manufacturers could select colors m' re agreeable to the eye than the dazzling ' white, weakening and lacerating to the nerves of that deli cate organ." The Mall in China. ', . ' (CasselTs Family Magazine. proportion of the 4OO,O0o!00O Chinamen do occasionally exchange letters those who cannot write : for themselves hiring scribes to do - so. These letters are con signed to firms which have houses in all the large towns, where - letters are for warded to distant ports, to be distributed Dy special agents, who generally collect the postage from the receiver. There was certainly something comic in the fact that wnen cnina was no longer able to exciuae foreigners from Fekln, our British postal arrangements were no soooer established than some of the Imperial officials came to ask Sir Frederick Brace to 'forward certain state documents for them between 1 ekin and Canton. , - - - en the death of the Emperor Hien-fang, which occurred just at that time, intima tion thereof was - sent from his country palace (a distance of tOO li, which is up ward of 200 miles) in twenty-four hours, which is the highest speed attainable in China. But the placid: Celestials, to whom hurry appears a form of vulgar im patience, and to whom, telegraphs are an abomination, are content tnat all ordinary communications should be conveyed either by slow paddling poling boats, or else by f ootrunners, whose high sounding title of the thousand mile home" does not quieken their pace beyond about twelve miles in twenty-four hours. They ct.rry a paper lantern and a paper umbrella, and their letter-bag is secured on their back by a cloth knotted across the chest The Nevr "0op-jr" of Buddhism. J rj Atlanta Constitution. '- f Many intellectual people in this country who have always professed to hold spirit ualism in utter lndUlerence are now very much interested in what they call Psychical research. : They are also in vestigating a vtry extraordinary phase of spiritualism called "theosophy. " . This queer mystery comes to us from oriental lands, and is a mixture of Asiatic gnosticism,- medieval magic and modern science. Mr. A. P. Sinnett is the founder, or rather introducer of this new school. In his "Occult World "and "Esoteric Buddh ism" he has outlined, its main features very attractively. - 1 - . itticn a noia has the new -osopny al ready . obtained that numbers of wealthy men nave left their homes to dwell as hermits in the wilds of Thibet, where they may - learn the unknowable from Buddhist prof essora It is difficult to see what useful thing is . taught in this weird school. - it is claimed that the prosecution of certain studies will enable the student to walk in the air, to play with the clouds, to control the winds, to eteer the stars, to multiply himself and appear in two places at the same 'time, and project himself astrally any distance. lie also comes 'to a full understanding of the nature of Ood and learns ho v to re-incarnate himself in body when old and worn out Now these things " are' more : wonderful than anything in ordinary spiritualism, and yet there are learned men and women in nurope ana America who proless to be lieve. ' An Arctic Attraction. -A - tArkansaWTraveler.l " " -" Mr. W. Matfein "Williams remarks that the popular notion that musquitoes are chiefly resident in tropical and sub-tropical countries is quite a mistake, the . home of their mightiest legions : being within and about the Arctic circle. On coasting trips to the North cape even, vessels , are invaded j maddening n swarms at every stopping place, it is reported tnat in Alaska they form clouds so dense that it is impossible for sportsmen to aim at objects beyonuV- Native dogs are some times killed by them: and even the great frizzly bear "is said to be occasionally linded by their attacks , and . .finally starved In consequenca . . ' :)- ?'-. SDlionette Artels. . Silhouette artists -at Coney Island earn from $504o 1 90 a week. They make from fifty to 5:00 silhouettes a day. : ; -; Land Entry Bi.anks.- The Citizen has on hand a full supply of blank warrants for land entries. Send us your orders. . , jr.. c cxaytost, (Reab EAglk Hotkl) r ASIIEVILLE, . N. C, - jn.ssszsF.i CTvitm op cor- Coffixs made in First-Class Style Vs!nnt, Moiirj-iin Birch, Poplar, P i t i ,rii.rtv., ' fi . j of ne ftn.l Mai le rf tlie bP-t onalitv. S'ntis SCIIOFUjLA cuxiei. -Dr. L. A. GiiiiO, Atlanta say-i: B. B. B. cured Wni. Sealock of a terrible case of Scrofula, which affected the entire elbow joint. . ANOTHER CASE. East Point, fli.. Anril 9 iri . Sly frifo has. been afflicted with a terrible zorm oi, pcroima lor over ten years. Phy sicians, exhausted their skill, and numerous patent medicines were ' used without benefit nor condition grew worse her appe tite failed, attended tilth dehilirv. falling out of the hair and a frightful breaking out oi ine siun. r tier bones became very much diseased and .camfnl faomn rATIinrr it -mhitt, swelling), with sleepless nigbts and a general ieeung or horror,. Kome friend said that B. B. B. would cure her. ' I rjtrxnuwl it. ' ttnH nlmwd her upon its nso, and to the utter astonishment oi au wno anew her the recovery was rapid and complete. It acted as a powerful tonic, gave nera splendid. appetite and acted anon the kidneys. 'A few bottles did the work ; Th no tion of B. B. B. was decidedly quick, and the meaicine cost but little. I advise my mends to use it sb a blood purifier. Tours truly, " B. M. LAWS0N. RLOOI POISOJT. Mr. A. P. W., of Hampton, Ga., has recently emerged from one of; the most remarkable eases of Blood Poison on record. His body and limbs had no less than fonr hundred small ulcers his bones tormented hinr"with pains his appetite failed his kidneys -presented frightful symptoms and all doctors and 100 bottles of the most popular Blood Poison rem edy failed to give hun anv relief. He secured B. B. B.. the concentrated auick enre. and five bottles healed np the ulcers, relieved his pain, cured his kidneys, restored his appetite, and made him a healthy and hamrv man. Anv one can secure his full name and correspond with him. . . -..!.,.- ': -r- . WHITLOCK'S I3 the only plaee in Aehcville where you can Ond what 3'6u are looking "or in - . ' . - . , . Dry GoodSyJYolionSyFancy Goods, Jtlillinery and - Gent Furnishings ' " At prices lower than haye ever been known before, - , WHITLOCK'S MOTTO IS JPopular Goods at Lowest Prices I Call , and : be convinced - of the above fact. Goods received daily. ' II. WHITLOCK . -? I'. Under Eagle Hotel, Main St. r , -T HESTOJT! Ice Cream and" Confectidrieries. For seven years we have urnish- ed the people of Asheville with Confectioneries and Ice-Cream, And . without any desire to boast will say that at no place can you get better - ICE CREAM, or - " " FINEIi CANDIES, Both plain and French, than we are now selling. TO-DAY received, a fresh lot of OYSTER'S FINE CANDIES in addition to Ice Cream and Candies. We also keep a line of 6ne Fam- ly Groceries. - - Soliciting a continnace of your avor, we remain, je 27-3m J. M. IIESTON. ' One irj:;J?rrX Jicres of proretl Property, A:o..kX t -en - 1y to THIS SPACE RESER1EI) , ' Fon . . h J, DESMOND, v .- SOUTH MAIN STREET, ' -, ' Maitofactukib OF v CAKES CANDIES . Of Ivery Description, . . ' Am Dialer r ..." . - ' COXFECTIONERIES. CAX- - . NED GOODS dc. tc. ' v -A - INSURANCE. Li: L3UI2AHG baa flTnt VALLEY MUTUAL LIFE AfiPOCIATION I OK ViUOlMA . - Issues policies for from - -- . $1,000 to 3,GOO, , - and : . " - combines the guarantee feature ol "OLD LINE " Companies at the cost of ordinary co-operative insur- r . ance in Secret Orders. FIRE: IflSURANCh. Insurance against Joss- by Fire "in City and County on- all kinds of Properly, Real and Persona . Short as well as long term. - Policies issued J at lair rates ": " . inA. 1 Companies! Home and Foreign TIIOS.VW. niCAKCII, Agent, , Office North Side Court Square. my20-tf - , EDWARD J. ASTOHr REAL ESTATE AHD INSURANCE .' ACENT, ' ' Ashpville, 'orth CaroIi- . Fine Groceries. Imported and Domestic Table Dclica cies of every description, - - AT KJfiPLEK'S. We makc-a spccialtv of Fine: Teas. and have jnst received direct from Ira porters, (in . original packages,) the fol lowing, which we -recommend for their fine llavor and superior drawing quali ties: '. v 1 . r - - Finest Moynne Gunpowder, . inoicesi r ormosauoiong, Choicest English Breakfast, ' . Hxtra Fancy Japan. HIGHEST GRADE COFFEES Old Gov't Java Coffee, green end roasted, Laguayra, Peaberry, Fancy Golden Klo, - Cordova Coffee, r . Baker's Chocolate, - V . Baker's Broma. " Epps' Cocoa, " JUST ARRIVED, California Fruit in glass' jars, Oranges, townees, Apneote, Muscat. Grapes, Jijrg Plums, -. Bart'ett Pears. Canned California Fruits, -. - ' Golden Gate Peaches, r:. - - Lemon Cling Peaches, Apricots, Bartlettreara, ; - a .BaKama Grated Pineapple. FOR LUNCH AND PIC-NICS. Pates of Game, (truffled) Quail, Part - ridge, Wild Duck, trrouse and Woodcock. Boned Chicken and Turkey, ' Potted (jame, Lunch longue, : "- Kiiffiered llerrintra. Shrimp,- - " l Anchovv Paste. Yarmouth Bloaters Boneless Sardines, Devilled Crabs, lulam Cheese, Albert Biscuit, Dundee Marmalade and Jams, .- Instantaneous Chocolate, - Fresh ('rackers a great variety -' :- ' AT KEPLER'S. French Peas and Mushrooms, Queen onves, t apers, Currie Powder, Salad Dressing, . - Walnut Catsrip, MushroonU-atsnp, . - . . Preserves in glass and pails, CANTON GINGER, . ., K S K rlB puouwg, Spaghetti Macaroni, Vermicelli. ' Slaplc Family Groerics Of every description, , . ' AT KEPLER'S, " ' - T ; - Opposite Eagle Hotel. ' " KSTABUSIIBQ 1801. - " . O. FURMA3V A ' CO.. Wholesale Commiuion Merchants, , bkalees vu phud and etxtobated -Fetjitb, afd Peodtjok of All Ketds, - '- ' . .:; in tbkib season, ' - WOOL, BEESWAX akd FEATHERS, 19 Vkskt PikS & 50 & 52 Bjjoad Ave., W. H.TURMAlf ir. W. Washington Market, -. L - NJiW-YOltK. i. I.. TUBMAN . References: Levi Apgar, Pres. North River Bank. Col. K. C. Caiter, Denton, Md. G. N. Wil liams, Canandaigua, N. Y. Gordon it Dilworth, 575 Greenwich Street, N. Y. W. Tr-r-mpson, Pres. N. Y. C. B. Co.. 82 Sullivan St. - Ao3s-v6m - - -the. HAZLEGREEJJ - Has recently purchased a large amount of Oak, Ash Chestnut, Cherry and Walnut Lumber, and - CAN FURNISH" WORK manufactured of tlioronghly dried notorial. We propose to furnish work at the lowest figures, and equal to any imported goods. - - , H . " THOS. L. CLAYTON, Propr. " j 8. CLAYTON, Business Manger. - -feb4-swtf rsooT wr - Main Street, (Above Eagle Hotel) . " vZsLn iltc, Ji C. e bfit stock rIwhvs on J)and, ork always enarauu'm t; trive wuissibi-muh. inn f,..(,! ! i- i -i j 'cl to nis'-p doo"") ana hoes so as to prevent dampness and sqceaK-IHG. Ci 'm ami Im ' 'i : "7 rt r e- - 1 ' - ( ) I .. 1 luJ FRANK LOUGHRAN & . BRO., Wine and Liquor Merchants, PROPRIETORS OK V, . Ashcville's "Bonanza," Main Street, 3d cTcor above the Bank. . FINE POOL AND BILLIARD TABLES IN BOTH BARS. C . SSFWe buy our Wjncs and Liquors direct .'from the Dealers and Im porters.. , ' n aQur Liquors are recommended by the Leading Physicians of tl State. v - - ' -" - -. Fine Old Mountain Gorn Wfciskej a.Spacialty Goods.- Packed and Shipped o Jill Points. MOTHERS' FRIEND ! No More Terror 1 Sfo More Pftln ! - Thl Invaluable prepar atlon Is ruly a irinmph of scientific Bklll, ana no more inestimable -neneni 3fO More BRiiKf r !imottlCT. . , worW turn not only shorten the time of labor and les sens the intensity of pain, bnt, better than all, it greatly diminishes the danger to life of both mo ther and child, and leave the mother in a condition highly favorable to speedy recovery, and far leas lia TO - Mother or Child. The ltread of ble to Hooding, convuls ions, and other alarming symptoms Incident to lin gering and ainful labor. Its truly wonderful effic acy In this respect entitles the Mother's Fbiind to Motherhood TEANSFOEMKD TO .HOPE, AND : : JOY. Safety and Ease .: : TO " be ranked as one of the life-saving applicants giv en to the world by the dis coveries nf modern science From the nature of the ease it will of course be understood that we cannot phblish certificates con cerning this Rbmedt with oat wounding the delicacy of the writers. Yet we have hnndreds ot such testim onials on file, and no mo ther wbo has once used It will ever again be without Suffering' Woman it inner time oi trouble. A prominent physician lately remarked to the iroprietor, I hat if it were admissible to make lublic the letters we receive,- the "Mother's friend" would outsell anythimg on the market. ' I mast earnestly entreat every femaleeinectlng to be confined, to use Mother's Belief. Coupled -with this entrcary I will add 6hat during along obstetrical practice (forty-four yeals). I have never known it to fail to produce a sale and quick delivery. II. J. HOLMES, M. Atlanta, Ga. Send for onr Treatises on "Health and Hspplness of Woman," mailed free. UBADFIELD KXGULATOB VO., Atlanta, WO. X BRAND fc CO. UNDERTAKERS. , - asheville, N.C. Metallic and Waluut Coffins constantly on hand. Every requisite of the business furnished. All calls day ornightprompt lv answered. Hearsef- t unishe'd when desired . ; - . mL-wly SOMETHING CHOICE! - , .,. -Jot .-;:'. ' "T OfERS OF THE W'EKD. whoenjoy a really A good smoke, should always ask los. .. - UOOIESV Golden "Leal, 7 " Ijiu1 of tlie Sky, :. . " :, PiSgall. . These brands are manufactured from, the cele brated Tobaccos grown in Western North Caro lina, free from all perfumeries, adulterations o lmpui iues.and are prized for their . Superb Smoking finalities Ask your dealers or ' . . c . . " : MIOX.JHES' TOBACCO, and take no other. . : .; Oritrt from tht Trmd SuUcU. " E. L HOLMES & CO. Pkopbiktoes an2-12mos "ASHEVIIXE, K. I . STEAM GRIST MILL, : ;;near new depot, ASlTEVlIiliE, N. CJ. OUR NEW STEaM MILLS are in full operation, and we are ready to supply "families : or' rderchants Vfith i - . . -J .; THE BEST MEAL, f p 5; '-; SA-JJ AL A-' AL J. J. MM -mm Mw.-rf r-r - . HAY AND FODDER, dc. At the lowest prices, V F OR; CjiSH 1 Corn ground for usual toll, prompt delivery guaranteed. Give us a call. JORDAN & H ALYRURTON. .-. ap 1-swtf ' :. '-.-V - iv goods; Family Grocery, Hay and I . - Feed Store, -c ; Soulh Main Street, (above Eagle Hotel,) -ASIIEVILLE, N. C " '. - ' ' T7ULL Stock of Family Groceries, Lard, Bacon, A SiKrars, Collee. Canned Goods. Boan. Soda. bplces, h-eroeene Oil, &c, 4c' t-. - , Flour, Meal, Corn, Hay,- Mixed Feed, Bran, ' ibHOTlS, &C., .-. purchased by the CAr-lond, and on hand con siam ly, at tne lowest prifs. Give m a rail. NGTICS. . . The ntider?'me4 rvln?nnaKflol as the P" 1a cf tue last will and U-ruruert ofrwm t i ,-r, d eu"il, h"rfny no -i h1 1 ' " I'tM - rs f ., list t rt (t '1 i rwia if'1 t r to 1 ' I" I 0 ! 1 1 i'. t!i ' i i . . v i .1 i s i,i J'i.j, A, jJ, ; PROPRIETORS OF ' ; , Loughran's . "Acme," Cor. Main &JKa6le sts, under Whitlock'i?. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. CJ M. 11 CLOUD CflAS MO'JS jyjoLOTJD & MOORE, . Attorneys and Counsellors at Law : ASIIEVILLE, C'' J.nicVa United SUtce ClrcnTt and CIs .r1Htr.Court?. at 8heville. Suteiville, Charlotte and Greensboro; in the Supreme (AlSSrirt iila 'h?C"rtof the th and Mn JudteUJ fiL trlcu of the State of North Carolina. uuitlm Biar maTi t.Ken to collectioas 'o claim. JR. T. J. Vf ILSON, . , Physician and Surgeon, umce ipr me present at residence, (the Hoew ' Wdawlr0' North Main nd & Sa?W' ' SAM WESTRAY BATTLE, M. D., (U. S. Natv,) Offers his professional services to the 3tizenB of Asheville. Keeidence and viuco mi- jiaiiey cstreet. -au3dly - v ; JOHN HEY WILLIAMS. .', . " V Physician and Surgeon. Office: Main st. 2 doors south of Bank. Best dei:ce on French Broad Avenue. Office hoursll -.n . to lp. m., and from 3 to 5 p. m. Thec. Davidson. Jab. g. Mabtim rWAVlTJSON & MARTIN. Altorney A. tunsUor-at-Law . AsuKviLu, n. c. Stit'fX??? toe 81,1 and Wn Jnaiclal Dlstrlotsl S?diu ie Supreme Court of North Carolina, anef BomctSSmZ. Ooatta ot 0,0 Western nSSictoi Mefer to the Bank of AaheyUle. sepi4wAwm yOCKE CRAlG, Attorney at Law, ASHEVILLE, N. C. Office in Court House. . ,. dec 6-ly TAMES A. BURROUGHS, Pbysician and Surgeon, - ASHEVILLE, N. C, -Office over PoweJl & Snider'a. Residence corner of Main and Woodfin streets , da!6-lyy ' ' ": g F. TENABLE. : , . - . Citnt Jungineer and General Surveyor, . ' -.Pr6!1'6 ao U work In his profession, sad "": uui ci yiuoo especially in Leveling-, iioatl Making, Making Estimates on Work, Lajina- Off ' Locating and Platting or Mapping Cily Lota, an Estimating or Mapping Work ajready don stmt . - - . . ' .k . J A. TENNENT, T .rcfttterf and Civil Engineer. . . . Designs, Specifications, and Estimates of any style of building furnished upon application, and work superintended when desired. All work en trusted to me at Civil Engineer will receive orompt attention. Thorough drainage of lands, a nnfenlflltv Prut ntttiA .iImm . .. t. i n . J Best, N. C. Beaidence Bwann&iiO Bridge. rjlHOS. A. JONES, " - Attorney at laif, I " ASHEVaLLE, N. C, oct 22-1 y s w Office with Davidson & Marti "TARS W. L. & W. D. BILLIARD. - Physicians and Surgeons. Office next door south Old Bank. jan 3-6 mos ... - . '' rnos. D. Johnston. " ceo. A. Brroa-n JOHNSTON Ji SUUKOBD, -- Attorueyn Connsellora-at-Law. ' Akhevuxk, N. C. Will practice in the 8th and &th Judicial District ol Aorth. Carolina, in the Supreme Court of Stale, and in the Federal Courts at Asheville. ' iitt- collection oieialms, the examination ol UUcs to real property, and the settlementof estates lesettiementor estates Office in the Johiurton a specially oy building. 17-ly NEW CASH STORE A Plaee to Get Bargains CHAS. E. LEE (SUCCESSOR TO J.; K. RANKIN & CO. ) , ... j - . -' ' 1st door above Faimeis Warehonse. . 1 . AvsiiEvu.T.r:, xc. A fall Um of Well - fllecteil UA loo Strar anttC othias;. KleIHy I a.lirst-class general store, suth as DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, ."V. V i : . . BOOTS, SHOES,- '" "' r i ' "I ' : NOTION'S, . "- CT.OTniMU. " . HARDWAKK, . . . ' ' - TINWARE,-- : WOOD AND WILL0y WARE. ... . ; - : will sell you a SEWIXO MACIIIXE, War- ranted fur Uve years, with top, folding leaf, two drawers, such as usually sell lor (40. (to to t50.no, lor TWKNTY-flVE DOLLARS. Satisfaction gua- " ranteed or money refunded. I am the Aslieville Agent for the Royal St. Job u Sewlnsr l. eliine as above described. . . - fresh Brass Seeds urill be received in a few days. , I thank my mends and customers of a few years ago, while in the retail businesa vith Plea sant.&lillig & Co. and C. K. Graham, tor their pant patronage, and trust to merit a conuuuance ot the same. - Messrs. John A. Brookshire and Sam'l W. Ray formerly with J. E. Raukin & Co., are wilh me and would be pleased to have their friends rail. : REMEMBER TBS PLACE I ltt door above Farmers Wird.uvue, C. E. Gtahaiu Old Siavd. am wm a '' -r . - ja 30-waswly -v ; C'J O'JTAGK FOR RENT. A Cottage, contflininc five rooms, the residence ot the lwe Ir. J. U. Hardy, I.m hu-.I oa Church street, will "be. rented on rvfctie lenns. Apply 10 j.h.mafm. jun S-di if Or, T. W. r l I i-f- TED, A rartru :p i' h n r'i't r f to t .-mi hi V !!i I t ! 11)1. J or" -.r m Aise v : sl. 1 A. J. LYMAN, 1 rvi:'-, N. ('., 1 1 D.,: I t C" ?Li s -:.i rv a. 'Xti 1 . I tion G:.:" - 1 ; id Iow Pru:escharg Hi ' -' i i' t the I'uMlc cell f r fvr t! , .... Ires.