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sceaei hi New York "Herald says treet presents newadnrs: llSustle'nd 'exctiemeijlj inl striking wntrastAvitn the qultetude i that recently prevailed. On the floor of the StockJxhangabTokew Vawl theniswd&-1ita4rorink and tell ing slocks. . The tickers which erste white Hirued their slu'ggish wheels to record transactions of less than OO.W'KnjlAjfsiday now -merrily whirl Ine tune of half a million a . dayrltp. say nothing of enormous. dealings' in bonds. Round the taps in JJevery broker's office Jiangs a ' A l. - l 52s Eiesra advances 5 per ccn,he-:'hnvianpih ' er Hmidf ed shares'hja 'otlto . uceii purcuusu serving aa uiu mac , .gm iur lliesecondr -j-Messerrereif.boys dart to and fro all day, adding fo, the ani mn ! ion of the scene. Delmomco's j,luqdiiahleaareweirtr6nized by these j 1 iy gentlemen, whonee them selves last getting rich on tape, and tb4iuemt ekaarfetaildi3er popular at the sandwich counter. As a i f suit of the activity in the . -. -Exeh.Migf , brokers who some weeks agflfjH'dr gladly 'have JBdld their . seats t'v $25,000 now . regard $30,- ''uO0O?is .r very moderate -hgure,- ; ., ';:' U s :.T. The Chinese Government has unanimously decided to' proceed speedily with the 'work of . building ; -JJilwr,J S.jfcurougnou.i uie- empire .iJIeary Drummond Wolff, p.ecial;I,';.British; 'Eflyoy'aftd the Porte have signed the protocol, ' re-. spectmg the, government oi gypt. ,n a i PostmasteKGeneral Vilas" has managed the affairs of his depart; .rjv.ment so carefully that for .the. first ' "time'iri itsT history edngresa'wlJrijOt v f "be called on to make "a deficiency appropriation; There will probably be a surplus of more than Sl.OOOj-v '? v;l",5thV lion. Robert C. Winthrop, of .Boston as been re elected rresi . " s. dent of the Peabody Educational Firndjnd President 5.CIevelarid has ? g6pi e a di rector; . . . , ' ; i.,!... (til- :.... -h ;... ' i . ..;1.hji') iii" " . ' ' '.. '' ' ' "1 Late in I.lffe to Look for Joy-Vet Nev er too JLte to Hend. ikiN n i m a mm- -co7. Readers f Hawthorm's itSonae of Seven Cables" will recall the pathos with which poor Clifford Pynch'eon, who had been unjustly im . ,priaoned since his early manhood, : said, after ' his release: "My life is gone, and where is my happiness? , Qhl give me happiness." Bat that coma be aone only in part, as gleams ol vrarm sonshineoccasionally fall across the gloom of a Now England autumn day. ' - n In a letter to Messrs. Hiscox & Co.,Mr. L. H. AibUBf V. A. WUlUJIWUf 4.. Of J D . A CHIT fared untold misery from childhood from chronic it;;diaeage of the bowels ana diaxrhoeo, iiccompa nied by great pain. I sought relief at the hands of physicians of every school and tased every Eatent and domestic remedy under the sun. I ave at last found in PARKER'S TOJVIC a complete specific, preventive and cure. As '..yooEimvalaable medicine, ' which did for mei y , v what .nothing else oonld do, is entitled ' to tne '.'.credit of iny getting-bck my .happy days, I erfnUynnd gratefully acknowledge the fact." Jlr. E.tli Wells, who needs no introduction to the people of Jersey City, addss :"The tes timonial of Mr. Titus is genuine and voluntary; only be does not adequately portray the Buffer ing he has endured for years. He is my brother-in-law, and I know the case well. He is now perfectly free from his old troubles, and i enjoys-.-health and life, -ascribing it all to PAKHKRs tODilC. . ivvpequalled as an in vigor ant; stimulates all ' 1 - the OTantt cures ailments of the liver, kidneys; - 3L,LI and ajj diafcftjsea of the blood. .- . -t. . ; To steal an umbreUa is at last a ortrue. But if a man steals a bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough SvBipi to cure his. eough, can it be calledHme ?, . -', , , . Wfestetfti N. Carolina MAI. V i I OalfnV. XT S Rtt. ,-COK 1 ' 'All1' I ; OIUUUIUJ, AJUCIikUbtf, . On and after Sept. 6th, 1885, the following sche dule will be operated by this Company : ' 1 '' Traln.Ho. 1.,, Train K. 3., - .nt !-- iuis- Am -t'Te."' -Art L'Vi.' Salisbury, ' : ' 1.29 a in. 6.30 a.m. 4WatenwiUt .! 2.34 -2.35 : - 7:54 '" 814' . ' KeWlOBs 3.43 :!i3.44 '' 10.02 J0.07 J ,4 HCbory, :;i iM c.10 li.7 -11.25 a nJCMd.rai. :-, : 4 40 'i 4.41" I', ' 12.08 '' liiS.'p. m , .iilDCtcantOIivj -5,15 'o.6.ia .-'-'LOT. ":-st 40'JWM(onL- rc 6.83 '2.69 ' 2.50 ,iiiFort. 7.13 714 3.49i; :8.55" Bound Knob, 7.31 8.01 Blai'.l MU,alfr;-8.42K43'J3r 5-18 Coopers, . 8.56 8.56 -5.38 6.06 , fep'g Junction, 9.21 9.21 6.45 6.47 Asheville, 9.29 9.39 ((.57 p m Alexanders, 10.H 10.13 - GOING EAST Train.No. 2. Arr. L've. . Salisbury. .,12.30am rta-tirtuet Ji i h l Si pin-' 11.32 Newton, 10.33 lo.3g Hickory, 10.04 10.05 Icard, 9.38 9.S8 ton,anbn,r 9.10 9.1 Train No. Arr. li've. , , 7-0 ni 6.80 y 5.50 4.00 4.05 2.5T 3.20 , 8J7 2.18 t 0 1.30 s. w y 4 - . a -jr.' i J ; ; (Successor to Lyman & Child, J. hnss oaivV fit Oftlfce in Court Housp, Asheville, N. C. flT7"TTT!"R PtflR S ft IT.TT! " ! '-iU ! '.J.-: i! , ' . . 1 I i-l'" ,K..-sGli6ic6 XowniLots Beautiful Sutebart: Homes, Mlifti'll Picturesque Country Seats, Pi;ofitat)le. Frras, Improved and Unimproved. .'A '-.' LANGE & CO., At the Old Bank, Main St., : Asheville, - TDKALEKS IN ' ?; BACON, COFFEK,r RUCA Ii, RTGK, Grits, Hominy, Fish, Molm. Ap ple Vinegar, Kola, Spice, Ifonsfnet, Pickles, Brooms, Barley, English Split .' ' Peas,' Eggs. Fresh V -; Country ButteIj Chickens, Flour. Meal, Soap, Tobacco; Cigars, CandiesjT Canr.d Gooda in large "-f'y variety, and :-f SA V ; -KR A UT. DIHTAJj i CARDS. B. H. DOUGLASS, D. D. 8., Dental Rooma ,over DeVanlt'. Drue, finny esldence in sane building Asheville, N. C, feb2-wsw "" -' -" '. :. . 1 LargilVars'6fTilbfd Lands in Swain, Graham and CherolgT1 Counties. Mining Lands and Milling sites?' Has '''- ' " ' furnished an4fuj3H4S9fs and-cottages by the montiibr year, rqr parnc,ujars appiy oy letter or in person. Pure Leaf I J isbuckets or barrels. Vi'e solicit tshare-6f patronage VVe nell very lMfp for cash. " : : LANGE & CO. 1J ymi ?' uvy lliing you do not fee w ' 'ay store, o 'ifr it, and it u-itl be. furnished. I May 29-I)Wtf L. & CO. MS- i OJ -iil.!f ... : ' v!;i"4 -i -. JOBBERS i.XND DEALERS IK HABDWAE; CUTLEBYi AND.TINWAEE. i HJT ADQUl'pEltS t'Otf tftON! NAILS, HORSE AND MULE SH01C sTEE'PlWIItH Hardware of-evjsrr kind in great abundance and a t iui '-.-TV:- LOWEST PRICES. i4itf;!km.' JSZas.OTiigr-: and jR(Z Powders. " Aeso Agents for Rich- ,1 tiiwi :Stgpe Co.'s Celebrated PatronLee: avid Southern Planter StSve j? 'Agents for the' (Mebratedpld'HU1co HARDWARE, SHEET -IRON, FUSE, STEEL, MINERS' TOOLS, : .';'.':-- iC V.o :. . '".V'CClNSTANTLY ON HAND. - , " ' ; ; i .'",'"' It1;'; : . AFuflilAn&oj SjpM Fine Rifle and -. - t ii -i.-: .-.-w? . .s . ; 'i ; : , . 1 1 i . j 16-wly -U- u i.-. -:iii. iriivf WITH ' v: : i i;-! i .i.'i.-; mwimPOBTER AND JOBBER . OF ,,,. ;, HARDWARE AND CUTUERY, Mg-rtttitourirt implements, Jf Machinery , Seal, $., And agent for South Bend Chilled Plows, Fairbanks Standard ! Sti'siles, Studebakerahd Webster Wagons; and keep in'stock Buggies, Carriages, &c, 'ii:1l0alhidQeemeni8 ofredf6lhe! trade of W(estertt!C!arblirii!.i; 'All oruers,, or ieitgre.;wisiuiig;miuruiiwuii, beiii, 10 me npuse tbtjii receive aiten 'joy 1DSlrr:lr "Fe in fO ) i fmpriiiptl; . - trT . ! , -jan.S-ly 1 jy. Uid.tf ' aVt. summey. OPF5ED AGAIN! HAMPTON it FEATHKKNITOKII "Oppoiie Court House Square, wholesale and bet Ail dealeks is r -Piire2ort5 Carolina and ; f .. ...... IlehtiicltyJatraiicliefi,'' , a ml tVliislcieN. "-stiA fcCLL tl XK OF CHOICE ci alius, C1MF,UIJG A N PORTER, ALE, BEER AN V JtHJER3I nVMTMSR -IN VAKIETY.- 4- Great care has been taken in the selections oJ the above ARTICLE, A N D Our patrons may be assured that they will find themselves pn. R. H. REEyES, D.D.S., OFnln Sludor Building, ih , ippoiite Central Hotel, . ASHEVILLF., N C Persons- na?ln(? -an.iDoi-l wonc tone.; after tying it two or three weeks, if noteaMsnei!. uan return It and tbjnoier-will he refondetl. is 1; Hpme-WlthpMt;Papita! J. D. ROBERT SON I-, Successor to STBF5N:&;f.f-l Jewelry, ' WatSh GSfcioSks, I)iamor,(ls3y iaclcs. I'iatojIAyare; 8oh(l Silver Ware. . ,OMPLETK,LJ ',t:ii. ALL KINDS REPAIRING PONE,! EXAMIXK MY GOODS AND PRlf'S7, 0?E DOOR SOUTH VANGILDER &)R.O N '.:ASHEVILLE.'N;'C; v : ;:tA;,"; Til E FOUJDINGOE THE TO WN OF SOMETil I N G ..L'vN.I QU E AND NEW Gtk&k WHITT1ER. of ral'ifomia, 'l8 dlvl'-diss-60.000 acres of land, in Swain ea.. N. C i in the "Sky land region," into sunoU tracts for ac tual settlers onlv. , iobj wilt Dasoia tor eaur on a creditor from one to ten Tears. If desirable tne r.rincinal may lay for five years at 6 per cent. Interest, pay- aDie annually, ana one-mtn or trio principal to be paid each year thoreafter. The soil ts'richv its tobacco brink's the highest prices in the market, avejaging a net profit of from $75 to $150 per acre. 250 acre of; land are being cleared to rent. on shares for tobacco grow ing. ' The lands' are divided into farms of from 20 to lOOOacres tosuitpnrchasere. - Tbe labor required i a opening up these lands nasmaae tne--own ra nmniisK 8:neoeS8Hy, whicn is now a station on the Western North Car olina Bailroad, 6 miles east of Charleston. The fonnder of Whittier will snare no nains nr pi. pense to make it the most attractive and desira ble resident a no business town in Western N. C. . MUls, stores, residences- and a fine hotel are now being erected, and other manufactories will follow. Lots a'o donated to churches, schools, public buildings and works. - ,v Tbe improvaments of the lands and the town requires all kinds of mechanics and laborers.and all purchasers of lands or lots can get immedinte na constant employment at common labor. - Purchasers will be furnished lumber for im- ai:nqi:i -' '' ' .'.''..!' '.. , ; : -i .i.r.j i nti. " I am offering Until the 1st of ;;'HairJuJiiv entire stock of Clothing, Boots, Shoefi 'Jiats and Gents' Furnishing Boods, - - '-.v AT G EE A TL Y BED TJGED MijCJ.S ' i ALL-WOOL SUITS AT $8.00, WORTH $12.00;:'-'' ': ', , : " . " ; " 10.00, '": 14.00. .'. "V " 12.50, V " 16.00. 2.82,' ,-; " f. :.' 5.00 5.00 ' " -':!7oavv.;i-i OVERCOATS AT ,..:.: Other CI oth iny ooTtion. and constant employment at common labor. Purchasers will be furnished lumber foi provements at $10 to $12 per 1000 feet, and work to payforit. Com fori able quarters and rations will be pro vided for purchasers and their families, at the mere cost of rations, until they ran erect their own nouses, come nnt along. Thus you can buy lands, lots, and build houses, on lone credits and work to puv for them. St'cn indicemints have never been offered be fore, as aie now offered at Whittier. - Come at once and erect your honses. I'lent; work at fair prices. Tobacco lands to clear ani get ready for spring crops. Fences, roads and houses to build, nurseries and fruit trees to plant, ic. rienty 01 wore reaay now. C. WHITTIER, Whittier, Charleston P. O., Sept. lS-tf.", Swain Co., N. C. AMPLY COMPENSATED bv a visit to us. 49The attention of dealers is respectfully invlt ted to our stock, as vc are prepared to supply any aemana. Jun-T-ti University ofJVorlh Caro- SIX NEW PilOFESSORS have tecently been added to the -Faculty, makinir a total of 17 Instructors. All the Courses of Stndy have been enlarged .and strengthened. Postgraduate in struction vafereQ .in levery department. The next session begins An gust 2T. Entrance" ei am nations Au trust 27. 88 and 2- For catalogue containing Information in l egaro to timiou, Doara, terms oi aamiRsionetcappi) UOn. ttltxr f. iJA-1'l'L.K, -r -r '.-t-rr , - President, Chapel HU1N. C. j yts-dairr ' . zs - N"BATTEKY PORTER HILL FOR RENT? ,..;! "HIIiUSIDi:." The residence of the late Rev. Dr. Chapman Also, for rent a comfortable eotraee of two rooms. and for sale, four most desirable building lots. mom mmrnos- rr . . ...J: .iV-.-i 'f ..-, I. 4 ?ttl "'. : I .tin 4v:S -'t-Jovu-: V. jL f J -. . i G I l D E R & B R OWN : r . V ? vi v. .1 1' .ii t! THE L I XI Gt..ltS T H A R D W A R E I T9 THE S X A. T X3 . HOUSK ..t i.;r'-.-iH'.v. - .soil .i 1.111 'lril!l M A;!T i tU1!.l.-,,K ; IM,ii:.;i;.. . ' ' 1 UWAXA.Ji fnH UADnilADC A;..li.-nl - -i. :gta Manoir.-. ! 8.M . 8.12 .15 tl.3Sam OldForf, T.4 7.42" 10.23 10.40 ,7.07 , , v,7.7 . .v. WactMotfri,'- 6.19 8.20 rs.43 Coopers, ... 6.06"., ,6.06; .7.55 7.55;-, SrVe Jtrnetioh. '5.41 ' 7.41 7.07 7.OT ' Asheville. 5J2 6.31 6.55 : Varnards, 8v50 3.60 . . Warm Springs 3.15 ' . .! i sttJBJPIIY DIVISiok..!, 1 ; aimgfVvt. f .'! -Going East Train No. I. - Train No."8. ' .Arr. .. L've. ... Stations,,,,, Arr. ,- L've --Ml'W''-Airhevnie.-'---: P-M 1VW . I"'.... llULUUIi 1 Ul 10UM 10.58 m Turnpike, ,. . ., , 3.37 , .,.;3 39 11.21 -11.26 m Pign Rivev , i 3.12 ', 317 11. Bl 1154 ! 'Olfdn. - - 'ti 2 ? fiDltfifints 1 e . j r',i ii-nrrr-- -,-. - fc--Aii -w,' js?-. ,r, A CAR LOAD OF CANE 'MILKS AND MOLASSES EVAPORATORS , JUST RECEIVKD Dec.t2-W12raoi- , .WFJ IVr.BU always in mtt "Ci IT 1 V: 1J9 .f: b,' Waynesy'le, 2.00 8 25 lWyr,;,l..g Balsam, 12.h4 123. 2.28'-,;i2;2!r'. S HalL 11.56 1167 2.89 S."4f ' P . Sylva, : .11.45 .1146 3.S1 3.81 CIS ? M.'V Charleston; -. - 'Ail' 1009 Round JC nob is breakfast station lor No, 1. sup "erstatioirforNd.2... : .'. ..Jt i ""VTS-in.Kna 1 7 and mrt flail "' " " , ,r 1 - 'Trains Nos. 8,nd4 nm daily except A. E. II. BEYI-AND .V CO'S - NEW i .. iJj,J?c!rfC?5 Building AshevUte Nj C. Annouhw til the njablio fihat'thefV have established a new store of General Variety uoods. Agents for' rufnaes "and Heating Apparatus ; also riAXOr4nl OI-OAAS. - ThVHrtif h&a'Selry, Ivia ted Ware, Notions, Pictures, Chromos, , AlbumH, I Amps, Writing Materials, Ja- -- Spanned TiriWare, : Household' Tinware, Mnsical Instramenta, , , Soaps, Cheap Watches, Pocket Books, Perfumery, Lockifc y-Ulasa'Vasfes,-Toilet Set, very cheap Sheet Music. Ornaments for Par- lors and Sitting Rooms, Mottos for hals and.Kitiov?j-oonls 4n Jact, & general "Btoclc of Vamsty uood ry articles need au lor3n:f-,- - o GO 1 '' ft i I l i i .' . . mmm . I - wTiC'aYJ , : CD.(IiKO ,- ;vo o . r hi ? CO C wi5-i-'o"li .JO.f i!', .V. 'J ".it 4-K il I ' -l-.a! .-.i frt. h9 4 M K. -:-Ctj IIt't72t;5-f;ir'?' i5 o XJ1- lii:-:.-t ,!ii-.st-;ir .V(. if n-iTiViti faG-b'tif Li ''i l ' ' r A f fa-:! irf-njtu t.-v. fl ' 0-lSJ' .rS -'"- " "'i-c4:-i 4 usij-v .!; '.(ro!MA Ti -n.jrw ' - - ;rtj h ,iJ-jwi.-.-,f vfv',--K'' ''i. -xi Nsj-.-"- es . W- -v.L.- Vi , ,wr--i S' oW-I lyiil I': . o 1 'M ,MW3'riP ajlxi -flHitil, -iiiftf ; - -v fc - . i',;:!i.-f.ui-lrroiv; i O.".! o- ni. r H -v ! - .."-a. ..: n-:r.-.:;::;i-.-ft;--- is -Inoactj a general -.t-f :...:-.. r...f.):;! u.ti-..u uv-f.-.,uia. f--A-jsf!..f.t --EZ a j v.ii.j.'.i-w oods useful and fan- , ' . --tL. .-: " hj ,: ' .:.S ? 'J-' . C a everyhome.-. " C-i:-!,-1" ";V CO" "V. j ...V ri,;,,,:,..,.; i , .. r-.'f .V-T ' r--' v .- ' r ; :: -i o IF'1 ril r j i J r'. ' t"" ; V : : - - m , L-J! i,' -- 1 g CO . Coin l-i r sy '22 : t, : c ES 1 -; m i ffrtp) O jl i r Assets, Liabilities, Surplus, $29,771,230 24,789,784 Etna 4,931,44 Life Insurance Company Has paid Losses in 7 North Car olina Over $100,000. V Is Your Life Insured t , ? .. -.-" , sJ not, fetj rf If , m'eyoxir.mg cnovghf V : Do yon know that every $1,050 pro duced by yonr hand and hrain annually, rep resents the producing power of 1.5,000 at per cent Do on ever; reflect that yonr death would destroy that producing power, and would take from jotir wife apd children, juttt that mncn capital - Hhat sane ; BnsineBS 9In would risk a' $15,000 stock of goods in one building without.fire inanranpe, and yet tha name stock may never be destroyed? , , - Is it prudent or kind to permit your family to carry that much risk upon a life that is certain or aestrncaon in s very lew years, and that may be destroyed to-morrow? ' Do yon know that a Lifo Insurance Policy costs less than a Fire Policy? On an ordinary stock of goods you pay a rate of from one per cent, to two per cent, per annum. :. In case of a fire yonr - loss will not probably exceed one half of the stock, while it may be but a trifle. '. n't You can carry a life policy for from one per cent, to two per cent, perl annum (if nnder frty years of age) with a certainty of ultimate death, and (here wiU be no salvage. '. Did yon ever think that if yon insure yonr goods for a number of years, and then cease payment, tnat yon obtain no inrtner re turn for yonr investment? - Do yon know that after three years, if you cease'payment in ,,ma laie insur ance Company, yon will obtain a full paid policy for the value of all the premium yon have paid? jju iuu riJNUVV mat o,uuuor jiu,uuu can be added to vonr estate bv paving from three por cent, to four per. interest for a short term of years on that sum ? , DO YOU KNOW that you can leave your family $ 5,000 or $10,000 by the simple paymen of an am cunt each year that is less than th taxes would be upon the same amount of real estate, and yon have not a dollar of capital in vested? "i DO YOU KNOW that the death of one part ner mav. and often does cause the closing np- or a nrm s affairs to its ruin t DO YOU KNOW that partnership interests may be paid off upon the death of any member of the firm, be each' member insuring for the benefit of the others, and the business contin ue without impairment l A -.. ; , . -AHB yoir --JSNCUJ-UiJSr-jsir- witn aeDta or morts-aees? Thcv can all be cleared off in case of death bj a Life Insurance Policy in tSge DO YOU KNOW JHA-rirJJnETY PER CENT, of the busineasmeu of tins country fail at least once during a period Of twenty years. , , DO YOT THINK that your chances of suc cess are better than those of other men ? DO YOU SINCERELY DESIRE to throw every safe-guard around yonr Wife - and chil dren to shield them against the; possibility; of future want or suffering? . . . : II you are poor or m moderate circumstan ces, or if you nave a limited income,. . is. . it not beet to insure Jf you are rich, will it not be wise? -"Riones may-take to themsolye8-IPK8 and At away. ---' . - wxniiil ; DID YOU ITClST6ne of anyman'jtjeatate being Worse off '"because' fco dled cwith-a pood Policy of Instance upon hla life? . s U :'i':W 'ir..' ' Wt&ttiikrt j -of? ittf Edi 'jVit-I2 v r iwn . . Nurplus of nearly1 " l. i y ;Ability;;of , 1.19 1-2 to '' 'every &1 bf.Liabilitjv4 : , NonJF(Wleitir'J?oliciiIafcontesta ., , i- .ble after Death,. , j f C. C. rnOW, Gen'l Agent, r. Local agents wanted to whom lib eral commissions ivi,ir;b paid. : octlo-d3mbr W ;? in Pro) . . .. : : is .!.' ' ! A full line of Boots and Shoes tor Ladies-, Gents, Boys and Childrm tlie best manufacture. r,:.-..' , imake a Specialty '.in fin er Mot l0nhoe. As I am determined to make room for Spring goods, have uinrked tin above (goods at very low prices. :. . , : , .- . .(; .. ..,, ... ,:; 1 advise every one who wishes to purchase to call : and t-et my irio r before buying..,' . J ' Remember, i sell the best Ashcyille made Woman's Kin Bals at81.2.r,. Kemember, I sell the l est Asheville : made tap sole Kip Brogah t Sl.oO. Also make Boys' and Misses'. Try one" pair, and you will never be without them. Very resDectfullv. ' v- - fell-tf 1VT. TiTT V "V". Main street, Asheville, N.,C Wholesale an!(i'Bet':Dragj8tJ AND DKALEli.lN STATIONARY. ) ., i :'u I': - h PUBLIC ; (.rAlLE, TAVO DOORS NORTH OF, PIiiN IM A N . HARDWARE STORE. AHHEVILLE,N.C. WHISKiKS, BRANDIES 'A WINES FOR MEDICINAL : PUKi0ij!W 'ALWAYS on hand a lull and well-selected stnuk nf DfilTns. pat ENT ; MEDICINES, "PERFUMERY, FANCY GOODS,. CIGA, CHEWlNti .. 10BACCO, MINERAL WATERS, , STATIONERY BRUSHES OF ALL KINDS, SPONGES, TRUSSES, and all the Med- -v,jiio luaiiiiiauiuuu uy j. iu yons, oi ew urieans,;, wnom . am. sou agent for. .. : ; ., .' Give lue an early call ' " ' , . B-J. 1AYLOR AMISS and F. L. JACOBS are with me, and wouM De pieasea to see their friends and ail who wish goods in their line. ; Sole manufacturer of Nelson's Kidney . Cure and Nelson YDuVrrWj. Cure, and Lyon's Cough Syrup, Amiss' Fragrant "Land of the Sky' Dent- --"- -7 -,.,, . vuii., "ji uij i- vivriiniii.y i. ji ii i f ii hi nil iiii- i . uuniiiif Clothes, etc. Prescriptions filled at anv hour of dav or n.pht. "Nio-h't UM ... rightof door : ... "'.natd.i., WEST, CHILDS and ( : -. S. B. WEST, of Asheville L. L, CHILDS, Sandy Mush. . . ' - AT THE If W Dr M. STEVENS :-. BUNCOMBE WAREHOUSE, 1 v;r ' . .. v.: . '... ::-' ..;'; . .'"'.'.".. . ' " ' , . Offers their services to the ' Tobacco ' irrowera : at Wemt KArtih 'fii it'Uri-T.- Tennessee for the Bale of -, ..;...:',:;.;; To the fanners, we assert that 'we have the best house in the United' bUIcb for this business and most comfortable quarters for the farmer and his team. ' " " We carry open fire insurance policies to protect our patrons against dartre by accident or loss by fire, and we pledge our best efforts to th protection or the farmer's tnterest. - : , ; u 7 To the buyers, we tender them a hearty welcome and will show all the conrtesiea and kindness consistant with our nature. i u - n-i ( To the public, ll are earnestly invited, and "especially the fair Iadiesf t& t c i their appearance to greet our efforts with their bright smiles and kindlv influence -. , W1KST, CHIIaBS 4c STJBVE-VsJr Asheville, N. C Oct. Gtb,, 1885. ; " Proprietors. , The Wheeler and "Wilson i-.i-.ii i i 1 1 rvi r 1 1 ; i i ill ii a , il t i i rr rir, . - ' ; Main Street,' Aslieville, xi Are offering their On terms consistent with the exiee'nc -i nancial condition of our seclion encTes of the fi-.-.;-1 't " Call and ascertain terms-1 jy 20-lni ' : ; Or arhlre.-s'by' letter, fe. r ft - ; -..; 5 Asheville, N. C. :L AND LFIRST- JRATE ; tobacco GRASS LAND. " -Apply' to, ' A. F. RICP:, fept 2f)-dlm 'Asheville, N. C. ! '-U.i M-.n Hi TTnvjiir Un('l this house, we are prophred to'pcHi ifiit oui'Ti'ieKds c 1 1 1 I the'iarmiiigfpub lie shall rVkceive the 1 1 iiHiest ; pi'fces for their n - : - : -i - .; - ; OOclCCO., ..'.'-. - - ,Z . . Our hoiisr t Conveniently located, with every accommodation for both man and Jw-i.st. .".nd has the best of lights. , , ... .,,.;. ' Every ntt(-ni!)i.. given to the farnier aiiil to his tobacco, as. we shall give our jK'rsonu siiirrvision to evry Ieiartment of the business. ' " J. Ik SMITH,' X WILEY -"NELSON, CO. '- -8-wtapril 1 SG. .