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s C ASHETIUE SOCIETIKS. i ro Commanders .No. 5. A. J. Blair, Eminent vyOmmander ; Jordan Stone, Secretary, Meets flcst Wednesday night in each month. " MkeviUe Chapter. E. A. M. A. H. Baird High rriest : H. A. Gudger, Secretary. Meets the second Wednesday night In each mouth, and .aeets every Friday night tor instruction. . ML Harmon Lodge, No. 118. A. F. fc AiM. J. A. Porter, Worshipful Master; Sam'l H. Reed, . Secretary. Meet the first Friday night in each month. Suannanoa Lodge, K. ot IT.. No. 646. C Brown, Dictator; Jordan Stone, Secretary. Meets the first and third Monday nights in each mouth. French Broad Council, No. 701, B. A. B. 1.1 plnisky. Regent; Jordan Stone, Secretary. Meets in the hall of the Knights of Honor on the second and fourth Monday nights in each month. - Aiheirille Division No. 15 S. of T A Cummings Worthy Patriarch ; W T Robertson, Recording Scribe. Meets in the hall of the Kniuhts of Honor, every Tuesday night. ., . The Woman's Missionary Society of the M. E. Church, South, meet in the church class-room on the First Friday of every month at 4 o'clock P.M. AslieviUe LiterHry Society J. D. Cameron, Presi dent; T. A. Jones. SecretiliVf Locke Craiir. Treas urer. Meets every Friday eveuing at rooms of Asueviue 4iorarv. ASUEVILLE CIIURCtt DIRECTORY'. Methodist Episcopal Church Church SL Rev. W. W. Bays Morning services 11 a. m. ; evening t ervices 8 p.m.; prayer meeting Wed nesday evening 8 p. in.; Sabbath school 9 a. m. Presbyterian Church Church SL BtT. J. P. Gammon Services 11 a. m.; 8 p. m. ; prayer meeting five p. m. Wednea- day; Sabbath school half-past 9 a. in. Services at present held in rooms of Y. M. C. A., Patton Avenue. - Episcopal Church, Trinity corner Church and tmilow St. Rev. Jarvifl Bnxton Services 11 ft. m.j 6 p. m. ; Sabbath school 9 a. m. Baptist Church corner Woodfin and Spruce. Bee. J. L. Carroll Services 11 a. m.; 8 p. m.; prayer meeting 8 p. ir. Wednesday ; Sab bath school 9 a. m.; - v Roman Catholic Church. llov. Mr. McGinity Services first Sunday in each month at 11 a. m. M. E. Church-corner Patton Avenue and Bailey St. (No pastor at present in charge). . Doubleday Mitsion Church Rev J K Burnett, Pastor. Sabbath School, J J Hill, Supt-l Y. M. C. A. Prayer Meeting every day from 12 to 12.30 o'clock. All invited to attend. Gospel Services every Sabbath afternoon, at C o'clock, on Battery Porter. Gospel Services at Prof. Venable's Academy every Sabbath afternoon at 6 o'clock. Gospel Services at Smith's Bridge old De pot over G. M. Roberts' store; at 5 o'clock. Sabbath School at 4. All are invited to attend the above services. COLORED CHURCHES. A. Jf. E. Church (Zion) College SL Rev. Mr. Sherman Services 11 a. m.; 3 p. ni., and half.past 7 p. m.; Sabbath school 9 m Baptist. Rev. Mr. Burnley Services 11 a. m.; 3 p.m., and half-past 7 p. m.: Sabbath school 9 a. m. JSpiscopOL Bov. Mr. Berry Services 11 a. m.; Sabbath school 3 p. m. Services hold in Court Hout'e on Sunday 11 a. m., half-past 7 p. m., by Bev. Mr. Metts, of A. M. E. Church. Cincinnati, Sept. 22. A special to the Evening Post from Parkers burg, West Va., says John Grable, a traveling photographer from Penn sylvania, while exhibiting a pano rama in a churcbin Wetsell county Sunday night, was taken out and lynohed by a band of masked men for seducing Miss Effle Moore, un der promise- of marriage, two years ago. , They led him through the terror stricken audience, and while two men with drawn revolvers guarded the door while the rope was placed ground his neck and he wai hanged from a" limb of a large oak tree which shadowed the church. Fargo, Dakota, Sept. 22. The Argus to-day estimates the loss of wheat in North Dakota from prai rie fires in the past ten days at near ly a million dollars. ' CAUTER3viLLE,'Ga., September 20. Lastiiight the dynamiters paid Rev. Sam Jones a visit, and blew the floor out of his buggy house, as a foretaste, peihaps of things yet to be. Frankfort, KY.,Sept.22. A ter rible disaster took place last even ing at lock No. 5 in the Kentucky river, a few miles belw here. Eight men were attempting to cross in a canoe, when the boat was swamped and five of the occupants drowned. The names of the men drowned are James Straut, white, and Frank Turner, Sam. Ball, Dan Robinson and Levi Baker, all colored. , . , Cincinnati, September 22. At the morning session of the inter national cigar makers' convention the president's and secretaries re norts were read. It was shown that in the past two j'ears $200,000 had been disbursed in supporting j m t-v : it.a : - : urines, uunug tuo.ii penuu oii.ty- nine strikes or lockouts have been successful and sixty-nine were dis astrous. : Seattle, W. T., September 22. A KrI v of tnnckfl unrl nrmsd men visited the quarters of the Chinese working at the Diamond mines Sundav nisrht. The- Chinese -fled and their houses we re burned. The Chinamen had been discharged from the mines and expected to go to Seattle. A convention of dele- onfpB fmm nil nnvts nf the Pneret to-" - - i o Sound country has been called to meet here September ztn,to aeyise means for ridding the country of the Chinese. The Citizen Job Office : . Tit one of the most com ete offices in the State, and work of every kind will be done with aa much neatness and de spatch, and as cheap, as it can be- done anywhere. ' ".: lO Count them. 1 in next iaaue of this paper. lor, SasliOlii Works, Titos. X. Clayton, . IS. C, Fully eotilppert with the latest machinery, and 7..ufl,ln .imnlv tst lh hAKt hard Willi uii iiJ '- . t...M. q Mint iipni mv XanilitiftS null mm .jiiiLjio vii ' , v . for filling orders promptly with the very bet a J.. lm Umitf Ott RETAIL. Fine Mouldings and Newel Work, Jik-m e Finis in Hard and 8oft Wood, Fancy Front ami Vestibule Doois a specially. .u ..-- nni a trivem lh nnd(ndcmed or t E. 8. ClayUm, Superiitteudeiit, , wUl receive prompt attention, ana. -SATISFACTION CJUARANTEED. . Th oh. I. Clayton. . : DOG -DAYS IN RUSSIA. ; FAIRY PLAYS AND OTHER ST. PET" ERSBURG FRIVOLITIES. 1 rtx,--- rrr Official Junketing: Trips at . the Public ! Coat The Czar's . Visit to Finland ; Merry St. Peterubargers Livery 5 ' . . Competitive Coptaats. . Sk Petersburg Cor. New Vork . Sun. J The activity of the Russian officials, to all appearances, reaches its highest point in dog-days. Now, as in former years, there are scores of different commissions and committees, sub-commissions and sub-committees traveling in all the parts of the country, presumably for the public ends. They seem to revise various branches of the administration, and to study on the spot different questions of national importance, such as epidemics, epizootics, the laying of new railways, tbo digging of new canals, the improve ment of rives,, the protection to some new industries, tuVstrugejle against grasshop pers, the Siberian msrmots, the sectarians, and the Mihilists, the opening, of new ports, and no end of other big points. ; It ought to be highly gratifying to the czar's subjects to see his officials earning their bread by the sweat of their brows. - - - But the trouble is that they (the sub jects) know very well that that unseasoned display of ofilcial activity is merely dog days junketing at public cost very year' as the vacations approach the tchinovniks here vie with' each other in in venting the public questions that should be studied on the spot Some of these junketing trips are, nevertheless, de scribed in the newspapers at great length, as if they really, meant business. ; just now, for instance, all the journals of this capital are describing the czar's trip to 1 inland. On the shore of the Finnish bay, in a picturesque spot, there is a littlo town,, NVillman strand. The czar and czarina made up their minds to go there and see the sighta They wanted to go there by 1 railway and to return back aboard of some man-of-war. To please such guests the Finns have built a railway from Abo to Willman strand, a distance of sixteen miles. When everything was ready, in The Official Messenger there appeared an item staling that his majesty was going to review the armies of Finland. Now, those armies consist of nine battalions all told. For weeks the Finn soldiers were making triumphal arches, ornamenting the railroad stations with fir garlands, and covering the platforms with red cloth. At last ihe czar, iu company with cores of generals and courtiers, went on his Finnish journey, or, as the papers style it. "his triumphal march." The Finn women presented to the czarina a little boat of their own make, and the men have in various ways shows their loyalty. As soon, however, as the czar was gone, the senato of Finland voted unanimously to raise the tax on Russian goods imported to Finland in or,der, as it were, to cover, the expenses of the im perial trip. Among other official trips cf this sea son is worth noticing that of bishops. In the city of Kazan there met twelve .bishops, each accompanied by half a dozen learned theologians. They hold their meetings iu a church and discuss means of bringing Mohammedan Tartars and the old believers to the bosom of the orthodox church, and of. strengthening faith among ihe people. A bishop sug gested education as the best means for that end. Lut the rest of the theologians were unanfmous in anathematizing mod ern education. " See what a life the best educated people of St. Petersburg are liv ing!" remarked one of them. During these dog-days the St Peters burgers live as merrily as in any other season. The fairy play is the rage of the day here. In all the suburban fashion able parks, gardens, and theaters they put up some fairy play. "The Journey to the Moon, " for instance, has been played uere about a iiunarea times. Anolner play of the kind, the "Golden Apples." has been presented about seventy-five times. Cne critic expressed his surprise at the success of these plays, which, as he said, "have no sense whatever. " "Sense!" answered a critic of The Novoo remya. " We do not care for sense at ail! snow us beautiful forms, graceful movements, expressive panto mimes that is what we want. We are tired of sensible dialogues. See what toes of steel has Mme. ..oory, and did you ever sec such a personification of grace as is Mme. .ukkiv How charmingly fairy like she goes up to the moon!" JNow tlie theater coers in Arcadia and other do? days places of amusement will see charming scenes aud a host of fairies; tney will near music and .songs, and notice ingenious - disguises, wonderful transformations, and sugges tive pantomimes. Competition in Kussia is just now very lively. The czar's brother, Grand Duke Vladimir, is watching the military cook competition in preparing the soldier mes3. and he distributes personally the cook prizes oi suver spoons witn small sums or money. Then the czar's uncle, Grand Duke Nicholas, oversees a curious race at a distance of 100 versts (sixty-seven milesi ; between the cavalry o f cersand a railroad train, the.f ormer winning. Another czar's uncle, Grand Duke Michael, is noting which of seven batteries will the quicker demolish its target, while the peasants of the neighborhood are thanking God for a good crop. It is well known here that me residents of several villages near Krasnoe Selo, where the trig maneuvers take place, live exclusively on the bullets. cannonballs and bombshells they pick up on tneir neias. a . lew days ago, . near Cronstadt, there was a race between Rus sian and 1 innish yachts, which competed for the prize of the ministry of marine, a six-ton yacht A Russian yacht won the prize. As for horse-races, we have them almost every day. Kind-Heartod ItochefurU' Coicngo Tribune. It is said of Henri Kochefort. the Paris ian editor of lntransigeant, and who has in its columns advocated the sacking of the British embassy "with all the emphasis the French tongue can afford, and who proclaims that Jules Ferry is 'a criminal the guillotine is too good for, has really a kindiy heart and a sensitive disposition,, and that recently, when one of his serv ants was injured, he dashed around bare headed until he had called up half the doctors in the neighborhood. '. F-ber or Killc . .: The fiber of silk is the longest con tinuous fib known. . An ordinary cocoon of a well-fed eilk-worm will often reel 1,000 yards, and Count Doudolo gives an account of a cocoon yielding nearly 1,300 yards. ' What Tliey 8eml. It is estimated that New Yorkers spetd no less than $'3,000,000 in summer recre. ation every year. Of this, $1,000,000 goes to Mcwport and another $1,000,000 to liongBraucli. You will eave money bv going" to J. I. Wilkie & Co's Book FioreKagle Build ing. r ,. augltf ,: (Rear eagls Hotel) ? ASHEVILLE, N." C ,J 5 fijts. Coffixs made in First-ClaBS Stvle- of Walnut, Mountain Birch, Poplar,, Pine and Maple of the best quality. Satisfac tion Guaranteed and Low Prices ebarged He asks - that the, J tvMc call and Bee for themselves. , . i ; j SCK O FITJA C WED. t 1 ' 1V -t i i i . -' ' " j- " it i. -!-': .; --S- ' Dr. L. A. Guild, Atlanta, says: B.B. B. cured Wm, Sealoclf of a terrible ease of Scrofulas which affected the entire elbow Joint. ... AXOTIIEIt '- 'East Poist, Ga., April 2, 1884. 1 My wife has been afflicted with a terrible form of Scrofula for over ten yeax., s.Phy; sici&na exhausted their skill, and !UJnfffoM patent medicines sr used without .Jmb6$& Her condition grew . worse-hcr apo: tite failed, attended with debility, emaciation, falling out of the hair and a fritful broking out of the akin. Her bones became tetjwap diseased, and painful (soma .calling ; 4 -FW ; swelling), with sleepless nighU B4sfluerir feeling of horror. Some friend said ftp. LB. would cure her. I procured it . and .placed her upon its use, and to the utter astoiuahment of all who kney her the recovery wasrapidand complete. It acted as a powerful jtonic gave bet a splendid appetite and acted; npoo. tne : kidneys. ' A few bottles did the work ; .he ac tion of B. B. B. was decidedly quick, and the medicine cost but little. I advise my friends to use it as a blood purifier. '.: Yours truly, , B.M.L4W80N.. BXOOB- POISOIf. Mr. A. P. W., of Hampton, Ga., bas reeeutly emerged from one of the most remarkable cases of Blood Poison on record. . His body and limbs had no less than four hundred small ulcern-r-hiB bones tormented him with pain his appetite failed bis kidneys"' presented frightful symptoms and all doctors and 100 bottles.of the moat popular Blood PofeoaCfcetn edv failed to eive hum aav relief. . He secured B. B. B., the concentrated quick cure, aad five Dotues neaied up the nicers, reoavea nisaain, cured his kidnevs. restored his 'aBoetite. and msde bim a healthy and happy man. Anyone can secure ms iuu name ana ccsrreepoaa , a iui him. . , . 'm WHITLOCK'S Is the only plaee in AsbcTille where you can Ond .what you are looking for in ; Dry GoodSfjyotions, Taney Goods, JUillinery and.1 ! S Sis, Gents?- Furnishings i At prices lower than have ever been known before. :; WHITLOCK'S MOTTO IS ; Popular Goods at ILotcest iM'riees ! Call - and be - convinced of the above feet. ". ' '. ' : : '; ; ' j G oods received daily. ' . . r. Under Eagle Ho1elv Main St. 14 .. : ." "... 3 ' ' ' 1 . v H EST ON! Ice Cream and Confectioneries. ' ; For seven years we have 1 urnish- ed the people of Asheville with ; Confectioneries and Ice-Cream, And. without any tlcBir to boast will say that at: no -place can you get better , , ; . ICE CREAM, or' , FINEK CANDIES, Both plain and French than "we are now seliinsr. - Td-DAY.receivedi kj fresh, hi of ROYSTER'S FINE CANDIES in addition to Ice Cream and Candies, We also keep a line of fine Fam ily Groceries,1 i . Soliciting .a ,'continuace jof jrour favor, we remain,' for. Awfxx:, cnErfr : One Hundred lere of Ivt . n proved,: Property v 1 Adjoining Arden I'ark. . Apply to ... A. J. LYMAN, ; . '. .". ". ' Abbeville, N. C, Oflce in Court Ilotise-l -' . au3-lm G 5 , - 1 r " V'. I ;5 if iVi.i; I -j -a 3 : VA f 1 . i - : (Mi .7 );',. -if. ll-l'.i III J. J. DESMOND, ( SOVTH MAIN STRUCT, CAKES ..CANDIES ' -' ' i 1 Of ivery Description.' Aib biiLK oi ' i ' . COlCSXCTlOaiEItlES. . CAN 1 NED GOODM die., Ac. r , - . Jill IU Ji vn . ... . P - t. i I' i i INSURANCE. life insunnncE. rpBK VALLEY MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION Issues policies for from . -$1,000 to $3,OOOr . ' AND ' - combines the guarantee leatnre ol "OLD LINE"- Companies at the cost ol ordinary co-operative insur ance in Secret Orders. FIRE INSURAMCt. Insurance against' loss by Fire in City and County en all kinds of Property, Real aud Persona Short as well a long term.. Policies issued at fair rates -in A. 1 Companies, Home and Foreign. TIIOS. W. BItANCn, Agent, " Office North Side Court Square, iny 20-tf , fDWARD J. ASTOH, REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE CENT, . Asheville, North CafoHra. Fine Groceries. Irhported and Domestic ttrble Delica cies of every description, . AT KEPLER'S. We make a specialty of Fine Teas, and have just received direct from lm Dorters, (in original packages.) the fol lowing, which we recommend for their nne flavor and superior drawing quali ties: Finest Woynne Gunpowder, ,- r: . Choicest Formosa Oolong.' Choicest Enplish Breakfast, Extra Fancy Japan. HIGHEST GRADE COFFEES Old Gov't Java Coffee, green and roasted. Genuine Mocha, " " Laguayra, Peaberry, Fancy Golden Rio, - Cordova Coffee, Baker'b Chocolate, . Baker Broma. Epps' Cocoa. JUST ARRIVED, California Fruit in class jars, Oranges, Quinces, Apricots, - Muscat. Grapes, Egg Plums, Bartlett Pears. Canned California Fruits, Golden Gate Peaches, . ' - -' ' Lemon Cling Peaches, A pricota, Bartlett Pears, Bahama Grated Pineapple. FOR LUNCH AND PIC-NICS. Pates of Game, (truffled) Quail, Part ridge, Wild Duck, Grouse and Woodcock. Boned Chicken and Turkey, Potted Game, Lunch Tongue, Kippered Herrings, Shrimp, Anchovy Paste, Yarmouth Bloaters Boneless Sardines, Devilled Crabs, Edam Cheese, Albert Biscuit, Dundee Marmalade and Jams, Instantaneous Chocolate. Fresh Crackers a great variety. AT KEPLER'S. Frencn Peas and Mnshrooms, Queen Olives, Capers, Currie Powder, Salad Dressing, Walnut Catsup, Mushroom ltsup. Preserves in glass and pails, CANTON GINGER, R&RPlum Pudding, . '. . ? Spaghetti Macaroni, Vermicelli. Staple Family Groceries Of every description, AT KEPLER'S, v V v ; Opposite Eagle Hotel. ; ESTABLISHED 18&L O. FURMAN fc CO.. Wtaoleaale Commlaaton HercIiMta, ' PXAUK8 CKIKO AND XVAPOBATXS Fectts, abd Pbodttox or All Kinds, IN THEIR SEASON, WOOL, BEESWAX Aim FEATHERS, 19 Vksxy Pikk & 50 & 52 Bboad Avs., w. H. rcavAN, W. Washington Market,' J. i ruaxAN. NEW YORK. Refekences : Levl Apgar, Pres. North Elver Bank. Col. R. C. Carter. Denton. Md. G. N. Wil liams, Canandaigua, N, Y. Gordon & Dil worth. 676 ureenwicn tsireei, . x. w. iroipeon, i res. N. Y. P. B. Co.. 82 Sullivan St. AnSs-v6m THE HAZLEGREEN Sash &i Blind Factorv Has recently purchased a large amonnt of Oak, Ash Chestnut, Cherry and Walnut Lumber, and -CAN FURNISH WORK ; manufactured of thoroughly dried material. 1 We propose to rurnlsn wore at me lowest ngures, uia equal to any imported goods. - THOS. L. CLAYTON, Propr. j 8. CLAYTON, Business Manger, j feb 4-s w tf BOOT SHOE Main Ptrect, (Above Eagle Hotel) ; (:: Ji shevllle, JV, C. 'O- Uhe best stock alwavs on hand. Work always guaranteed to plve satisfaction. - - . r I am especially prepared to make boots and hoes so as to prevent Dampness and sqcsakimo. Grn&rmen ond Ladies' Repairing, a Spe cialty. ; .; . . ".v., . , Fine Cwtom Work alu ays tiihond, any style and satisfaction guaranteed, as to stock and work". Siioemskers" Findings always on hand and or sale, the best In the market, at low prices- T h r ,jr. -. 6lJGH and Liquor Merchtints. ' 7 PROPRIETORS. pF HEi-; ; "BONANZA," j 'Main Street, 3d door ab&ve the Bank. FINE Ppbll ANfiiBtLLiJlI) Wc Buy Our Wines and Liquora Direc t from lite 1I- 1 v., 4 b v tillers and OUR LIQUORS ARE RECOMMENDED BY THE LEADING THY- ..vicians of the state. ',;;;v;,'.., PURD MOUNTAIN CORN WHISKEX, PEACH AND AP 'z,, ; :jpjle bandies :p. Goods "Patkea l(m4 P. O.BOX230. ,,.!:,., . -V. .vM.- MOTHERS' FHIEND ! K Mr Terror I This invaluable Dreoar ation is ruly a trinmph of scientiflo skill, and no more inestimable benefit was ever bestowed on the More Pain t K More Duger ! mothers of the world. trit not only shortens the time of labor and les sens the Intensity of pain, bnt, better -Wwm-U, It greatly dlmiaiaaes the danger to life of both mo ther and child, and leaves TO Sfotber or Child. tne moiner m a conumon highly f avorableto speedy recovery, and far less 11a ble to flooding, convuls ions, and other alarming symptoms Incident to lin gerlngand sinful labor. Us truly wonderful- atao acy in this respect entitles the MoTHBa's Fbund to be raakad aa oae pt the life-saving applicants giv en totae world by the dis coveries of mpdern science From the nature of the . The Iread of Motherhood TEAS8VOBMED TO HOPE AND acase it win of course be T -r ' unaerswoainaeweoaanoi .1 1 I Y publish 'certificates con- " . JcernlnjrUusKKMKDTWltb. out wonading the dsllaacy oftbe writers. Yet w have Safety and Eih "TO -' '' hundreds ox, sucn sestim onialsonflle, and-no mo iher who has once used it SaOerlna: Woman will ever again be without it Inner time of treuWe. - A prominent phTshJlaa lately- reiasTKed, td the proprietor, that if it were admissible to mak pnblio the letters wa ncelve,: iae "Mother's Friend" would outsell anytnimg on toe maraet. I most earnestly entreat every female expecting to be confined, to nse Mother's Relief. Coupled with this entreaty I will add 4hat dnriug a long obstetrical practice (forty-four yeals).) have never known it to fail to produce a safe and quick delivery. . . H. J. HOLMES, V. P, Atlanta, Ga. Send f or onr Treatises on "Health and Happiness of Woman," mailed free. BaADFiELD Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga. '- XJBK AIDii& CO. UNDERTAKERS, n ASHEVILLE, N..C Metallic and Walnut CoflBns constantly on hand. Every requisite of the business furnished. All calls day or night prompt ly answered. Hearsee i tinished when desired. ' mLwly SOMETHING CHOICE! jot- f . OKRS OF THE WEED, who enjoy a really I J good smoke, should always ask tor nOLMES' Goldeu .lisJ, i I M Xiind of. te Sky, .Mi'. These brands are manufactured from the cele' brated Tobaccos grown in Western North Caro lina, free from all perfumeries, adulterations o impurities .and are prized for their Superb Smoking Qualities,' Ask your dealers i 1 j : W ' i ' . nouriES tobjmcco, and take no other, r J f ' ' Orf A-Mt Trmd StfUHUd. E. l. HOLMES & CO. ftpoBEiiroB ! an2-I2mos ' " ASHEVILLE.' K.T. STEAM GRIST MILL, v NEAR NEW JDEPQT. ASIIJETIIXE, IT. C. Ou4vNEW STEaM MILLS are in full operation and '. we are ready to supply families or : ; merchants with ;'- t . "a jt )' j , r THE BEST MEAL, BEST MILL FEED, HAY AND FODDER, &c. At the lowest prices, F OR G A8H J f Corn groun4 for usual toll, prompt delivery guaranteed. Give us a call. JORDAN & HALYBURTON. ap l-8Wtf : ; JVE If. STORE, 1 JVJEJf JPMiiJti, VJ3W C0019S.Z Family Grocery, Hay and JFeed Store,- -j.(rii , South. Main Street, (above Ft g?e I u ,) , ASHEVILLE, N. C. FULL Stock of Family Groceries, Lard, Bacon, Sugars. Coflee. Canned Goods, Soap.isoda. Spices, Kerosene Oil, Ac., e. : Flour, Meal, Com. Hay, Mixed Feed, Bran, grts,&c, purchased by the car-load, and on hand con stantly, at the lowest prices. Give us a cull. ; Je 22daw6m . MURRAY & HARK1N8. NOTICE. h ' ' 7 ) The undersignedhsvingqualined as the Executrix of the last will and testament of Erwtn Binder, deceased, hereby notifies all parties baving claims against the aaid Erwin Sloderto exhibit the same to her the said Exec utrix on or before the lfcth day of July, A. D. I8S. V Thl.Jnly l8th,A.D.5.iAA SLr, 18 ww Executrix of Erwin 8uidH,t ''a. RAN.OK0., PROPRIETORS OF, THE -'ACME," f .' , Cor. Main. & Eagle its, undei WhUlock's. TABLES AT BOTH STANDS.' Importers. a s pecialtt. ' -:1 1 -v:,i Shipped Jo mill Point PROFESSIONAt CARDS., c m. jicLorjD . ; 'CHASA.MOoB" jyj-oLOTJi & mooee, " ;;. j , Attorneyt and ConhteUort a(,.av;,' ,. : V ASHEVILLE, N.'.a.'r..i Practice In the United State Circuit amd Dis rict Courts at Asheville, StatesvUle, Charlotte and Greensboro; in the Supreme Court at Baleigh and in the Courts of the 8th and 0th Judicial iTis trictsof the (Mate of North CaroUBa. . Special attention given to collections of. claln may24 ly wisw '. , WALTER E. MOORE,: i. - n Attorney at Law, - ; Webster, N. '" ' Practices in all the Courts "of ! Western North Carolina, and the collection of claims a specialty. : mh la-wly JOHN HEY. WILLIAMS, JM' Fhytvotan and Surgeon ) ' Office: Main St2 doors south of Bank., Jtenl aence on French Broad Avenue. . Olllce hours 11 m. to 1 p. m., and from 8 to 6 p. in. - - Thec. Davidson. ,- , . TAV1D80N A MARTIN'. ' Jas. G. Martim l 9 - Altorateya A Cennselloi 31 AkhiviLLi. N. O. WUi priw.tlM In the 8th aad tth JndMal Dlstrictsl and iu the Supreme Court of North paroltaa, end In the Federal Courts of the Western District of North Carolina. ' Kefer to the Baak of AshevUle.: ' 'r aepl9-rw&w6m : . : , . yOCKE CRAIG, ' Attorney at Law, ( ; Office in Court House. dec 6-1 y JAMES A. BURROUGHS, , .. . , L " Ptaysician and Snrgeon, : .. asheville, n. a, ; Office over Powell & Snlder's. K ' . tlc8 Reeidence corner of Main and Woodfin streets. '!' ' do ltt-lT . ;:.:.'. '4 s. F. TENABLE. 1 Civil Engineer, and General Surveyor, prepared to do all work in bis profession, ant offers bis serviees especially in Leveling, lioad Making, Making Esumates oa Work: Laying Off Locating and Platting or Mapping Cllj, Lota, ani Estimating or Mapping Work already dona - ; T .-a. tennent, ;: -.. .-.; :. Architect, and Civil. Engineer. Designs, Bpeciflcations, and Estimates ot any Style of building furnished upon application, ana work superintended when desired. All work eu trusted to me as Civil Engineer 'will receive prompt attention. .-Thorough drainage of lands, a specialty. Post Office addresSiAshevilla oi Best, N. C. Residence Bwannanoa SHdge. t may 16-6mo - - - 1 rpHOS.-A.JONES,;:, i..,,,:,i-.v Attorney at lAtr,. ", "Z : . asheville, Ni c.,,l! ;i ' octffl-lysw . Office with Davidson A Marti D RS. W; I & W. D. HILLIARD. Physician and Surgeons. Office next door; south Old Bank, a jan3-6.rnp. : '" Thos. D. Jobmsiom. ' I Geo. A. acroan JOHNSTON A SHUFORD, Attororya rffc Con glArm-al. l.m w Asheville, JI. C. , WUi practice In the 8th and Mb. Judicial Dlstric 1 -North Carolina, In the Supreme Court of tate, and in the Federal Courts at Asheville. - THt- collection declaims, the examination o title to real property, and the settlement of estate' a Btt-iaUy by the firnu. Ofiiee In the Johnston buiJdiiiK. , . ,. i C ..,ii,.-;! .alWy .,.,.' - v r-. !i:t! ! : lh: '! I . ! ' ttt ' I- -1 -1 ! ' '": HEV CASH STORE ... A Place to Get Barfalnn I CHAS. E. LEE ... . ( . ,.;.;... ii:.-- :. ..; (6UCCES80K TO J.-X : RANKIN CO 1st door above Farmers Warehouse.-. ; ASHETII.IJB, PT. . A Full Line mt Well Sleet e Clda! Staa andCethis -;SpelallV , My stock embraces everything usually kept in a hrst-class general store, such as DBT GOO8, CLOTHINj,-1 J 1 1! S ' ' " BOOTS, SHOES, , , . , ..-.!-.- HATS AND CAPS. ! K NOTIONS, CLOTHING, 'HARDWARE, I' ii u. TIN WARE, WOOD AND WILLOW WARJL . r. . ' will KUablSEWiya jlUaMlwar ranted for Bve years, with top, folding lear, two drawers, such as umially sell for H0.00tolo0.oa, for TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS. Satisfaction gua ranteed or money refunded. 'I am the Ashevll Agent for the Keyal ku JTohn fSewlsia; Ma. ebisie as above described.'-' " Iresk Grot Seedt will bt received in a feu dayt. i - I thank my friends and customers of a few years ago, while In the retail business with Plea sant.itlMaA Co. abd CT E. Graham, M their past patronage, and trust to merit a contiuoance or the same. Messrs. Johri A. 0rookshire atad Kami W. R. formerly with J. E. Rankin A o., are with m . and would be pleased to have their friends call n ; t i JtXMEJtSEX THE PLACE I f Ut door above Farmer f Warthovte, C. E. Graham r" :' '!' .i:-::?w amir".-M t i - Call staid be ctatavlateed I 3e4u - ratuteeaV repiaentenl. THE PLACE to find nearly anythkipr you want, at ' : ' 1 XSottom i,a&li ' Xr(cell .1." - ': is at the Store of ' ,:,Ai .n.orina a i cc. - Bank Btock; Asheville, N. C. CASH orGOODS paid for country pro duce when not supplied. Goods deliv credi n city limits fre8 of charge. ju 24-wly A. II. JONES & SON.