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Cyrene Ownutndary, No. 5. A. J. Blair, Eminent Commander ; Jordan Stone, Secretary. Meets first Wednesday night in each month. Asheville Chapter. B. A. M. A. II. Baird High Priest ; H. A. Gudger, Secretary. Meets the second Wednesday night in each moiitxv; and meets every Friday night lor instruction:' Ml. Ramon Lodge, No. 118. A. &r'& A.M. 3. A. Porter, Worshipful MastervSiun'l H. Reed, Secretary. Meets the first Trfaay night in each month. ' 8wa.nna.noa JLSag X. ot B., No. 646. J. C. BrowaBIctator; Jordan Stone, Secretary. HHtta the first and third Monday nights in each montn. " . z j r -.. ikTn mi v A M T.I. plnsky. Regent; ' Jordan Stone, Secretary. Meets in the hall of the Knights of Honor on the second and fourth Monday nights in each month. Asheville Division No. 15 S. of TP A Cummings Worthy Patriarch f W T Robertson. Recording . Scribe. Meets in the hall of the Knights of Honor, very 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. Asheville Literary Society J. D. Cameron, Presi rfnnf T. A. Jnm-8. Secretary: Locke Craisr. Treas urer. Meets every Friday eveuing at rooms of Asheville library. " ASHETILIjK CHUBClk DIRECTORY. Methodist Episcopal Church Church St. 1 1 Rev. W. Bays Morning services 11 a. m.; avening tervicea 8 p.m.; prayer meeting Wed .Qesday evening 8 p. m.; Sabbath school 9 a. m. Presbyterian Church Church St. Kev. J. P. Gammon Services 11 a. m.; 8 p. m.; prayer meeting five p. m. Wednes day; Sabbath school half-past 9 a. m. i Episcopal Church, Trinity corner Churchand WWmo 81s. Rev. Jarvis Buxton Services 11 a. m.; 6 p, m. ; Sabbath school 9 a. m. Baptist Church corner Woodfin and Spruce. Eer. J. L. Carroll Services 11 a. m.; 8 m.: prayerjneetjng. 8,llp. m. Wednesday j Sa bath school S a. m. . Roman Catholic Church. Kev. Mr. McGinity Services first Sunday lu each month at 11 a. m. M. E. Church corner Patton Avenue and BaUey SL : (No pastor at present in charge). . Doubleday Mission Churrli. Kev J K Burnett, Pastor. Sabbath School. J J mi, Supt.l ZZZY- m. c. a. Prayer Meeting etery day from Vi to 12.30 o'clock. All invited to attend. Gospel Services every Sabbath afternoon, at 6.o clock, on .Battery sorter. Gospel Services at Prof. Venable's Academy every Sabbath afternoon at 5 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. gCOLOKED CHURCHES. A. M. E. Church (Zion) College St.Q Rev. Mr. Sherman Services 11 a. m. ; 3 p. in., and half.past 7 p. ?a.; Sabbath school 9 m. Baptist. Bev. Mr. Rnmley Services 11 a. m. ; 3 p. in. and half-past 7 p.m.: Sabbath school 9 a.m. Mpiscopal. Bev. 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. Metis, of A.M.E. Ohorch The Japanese never stored or . used ice until the advent of foreign ers, but they have taken to the use of it since then with alacrity, and are as bad as Americano for drink ing ice water. Men . with portable stands slung over their shoulders perambulate the streets night and day, crying: "Kori! kori! kori!" (Ice ! ice ! ice !). Their chief pat rons are, the jinrickishaTnenr'who have most ready money and are spendthrifts by- nature. The kori man, wnen called, seta aown nis stand, produces a lump ot ice snaves it as nne as snow over a tn 1 s 4"k T4 Z r iUnM wiwA3 wri tlv t- v and sold at two or three rins (an eighth of a cent) a glass to the pant ing jinrickisha men. lhis mixt- ure, which - they themselves aptly call shim uki wmte stun or suow ) is not bad, and the newly arrived foreigner, when out of sight of oth er foreigners, is not averse to mdul ging in it. . Two hundred families of Croatan Indians, residents of Robeson coun ty, visited Fayetteville in a body recently. - Lake Superior section expe rienced a terrific storm on the 23d; causing much damage to shipping, and some loss of life. Dr. F. P. Venable,Profes8or of Chem istry in the University of North Caroli na, has been unanimously elected Lec turer in Chemistry in the government school at Martha's ' Vineyard, where Prof. H. K Shepherd gained so - much reputation during the last session. The school meets during the University va cation, in July and August. Fresh "Oysters, In air-tight cans, received every Tues day and Saturday, at Capt. Price's Fresh Fish market, adjoining Weaver's Shoe Store. The oysters are a luxury. Fresh ocean fish of the best varieties, received every Wed'sday and Saturday mornings Call promptly. v,: , tt. First of the Season. Messrs. Zachary Bros., at their populai stalls on Main " street and No. i. Market House, are now offering Fresh Pork.-daily, to their customers. Now tor superb pork chops And head stews. . toes v Your old bhoes can bemade as good as new only at V. Weaver's. Gkosok Nash . -1 ; . - Will furnfsh and plant trees, evergreens find att trees of mountain growth, in any park or ""yard,- in or near the rity-, Ht Cheap rates' l-pa ve orers ut the CnrzBx otfiee. ;: "; " . ang 31 dHmoaJ To steal an timbrel a is atJaet a crime. But; if a man Bteahyt bottle of Dr. Bull's VrvUgaA UVU W bUlu AJ AO .lttAJ, Vfl& 1 1 WCT- called it crime? "-r' BeolSasIijiiBMforlffi, OF Thos Jj. Clayton, Aahevle, - -- . - . jr. c. Folly equipped with the latest machinery, and wit ft an Ine&haustible supply of the b-st hard and soft Umbers on the continent, my facilities for filling orders promptly with the very best goods are unsnrpasssd In the South. , -r , WHOLESALE-OR. BET A1I ;, , fine Mouldings and Newel Work, Ji)M'e Finis in Hard and Soft Wood, Fancy Front -;,and Vestibule Doors a specialty . . All orders sent or given the undersigned or t ' 8. Clayton, Superintendent, will receive prompt attention, and - ,-. - SATISFACTION" "GUARANTEED. Tliosi Jj. Clayton. - HOUSES FOB RENT. " I have two new houses for rent eight rooms each, with closets and porches, within two minutes'' walk of tHe Court Houe. Excellentspring water. Terms reasonable. For information apply to ir-e, orta-tSSiw , p. P.LOVE. fi S l i. J MAKING SILK THREAD. -VENDING THE COCOON ON THE BOBBIN. THREADS Receiving Strength and Tighter Twist as Progress Is Made from Machine to Machine In the Dye-House On the-Spools. San Francisco Chronicle.- Tho nrocess of makin? sQk thread Is exceedingly interesting. The "work-room at the factory is about twice as long as it is wide, and it is full of buzzing and whirrin? machines. On one side beauti ful masses of raw silk are seen piled up on a low counter; in a corner hundreds of boxes of the spooled thread, a? varied in color as Joseph's coat, are ranged in or derly fashion upon narrow shelves.. The raw silk arrives in bales of from 100 to 1 0 pounds each, and worth from $400 to 700. according to its quality. Each bale consists of bundles called "books, " and thev in turn . consists of skeina There are two hundred or more skeins in a bale,, and every one contains about 1000 yards of cocoon thread. The raw silk Has little gloss, but is a sort of dull white. It is first soaked in a preparation of water and a special kind of soap. 'About 5 per cent of the animal gum is thus removed It is then put in a press and the liquid is squeezed out of it After that it is wound tor the first time on a bobbin, the cocoon threads being fenerall run quintuple, ine macnine, owever, can manage them if octuple. The thread is now well started upon its journey toward perfectionr- It-pa33es from bobbin to. bobbte aud from machine "to machine, in each receiving more strength and a tighter twist A technical description of the details of the process would fill a great deal of space. CLASS' KYINO AND OOLORIiVf:. The.sizes of the completed threads are finally classified by means of a weighing machine, which indicates tfhe most deli cate differences not distinguished by the eye. The threads consist of from 41 to 850 original fibers. A stretching machine makes tbe weight, size, and strength at nearly uniform as possible. After this the remaining gum, about 75 per cent, is boiled out. The thread then goes to the dye-house, which is situated . iu anothei part of the city. A hundred or more of shades, tints, and colors are here applied, according to the demands of the trade, which is supposed to be an index of the public fancy. No new hue is produced in France for dress-goods, but is repro duced here iu threads designed to be used in making up those fabrics. After returning from the dye-house the thread has still to undergo another pro cess. It passes thrpugh a machine which divests it of all fluff or ragged particles. leaving it the bright and glossy artnlt which is found in shops, the cleaning machine nmsnes aoout ouu pounds thread a dav. As yet no use has been found for the soft -and downy fluff whict falls from its miniature wheels. Some one who can discover some way of mak ing it valuable might make a fortune. THE SPOOLED THREAD. The spooling is the last act in the prepa ration of the thread for the market, and it requires greater skill and experience than any other duty not performed by the superintendent of the factory himself. A very ingenious contrivance attached to the machines gives the length of thread at the winding progresses, and enables the operator to cut it at the right place Witt the quickness at thought and what seems like supernatural deftness a little slit if made in the flange of the spool and the end of the thread is caught in it Some kinds of thread are weighed as well as measured, the operator Having at her right hand a small set of scales. The superintendent tests a certain proportion of the spooled thread every day, to set that the average quantity on each spool it what it should be. it being guaranteed on tue label, l be dmerence in tbe appear ance of the thread at various stages of it manufacture is quite remarkable. Aftei the twisting has been finished, and before it has been boiled, it is hard and even harsh to the touch, and resembles more than anything else fine fishing twine.' One would not imagine it to be silk. When it leaves the dyer's hands nothing could be sorter or glossier. Those Tx Fellows. Xpw A or - Ti-iVu le. i A gossiper says: "Sergeant Devoo, ol the police department, talking the othei day, said to me: "There is a great deal of talk about New V'ork 'toughs,' but thev are literally nowhere compared to Texas 'toughs. You see we have the 'toughs' under control here. They are constantly repressed. Many a man in New York is 'cheeky' and 'lippy,' who are cowards at heart, because he knows if he gets into trouble he has only to yell 'Police!' to get out of trouble. But these Texas fellows have no restraint whatever. Why, a few years ago I was on a sailing vessel in the Gulf of Mexico, when a couple of fellows from the east were play ing cards with a Texas man and cheated him out of $30. lie didn't say a word, but kept right on playing as if he saw Dothing, until they grew careless and cheated openly. Then he rose up. pulled a big revolver and shot them both dead. " ' Cfaamre la Southern C ties. . Atlanta Toist'tution.r uteen or twenty years ago it was a common sight to see in Atlanta and other southern cities, the one-steer cart with its negro driver, wearing an army overcoat of faded blue.- ' Northern tourists f re quently employed a photographer to take a picture of this queer conveyance, and for years after the war no view of Atlanta was considered complete without a group or steer carts in uie joregrouna. All this has passnl away r peaking of the change The ii Jeigh News and Ob server jubilantly , remarks: "It shows progress- The m.ile and the horse have displaced the slow and patient steer. Wagons replace tun carts. It is a good sigD. The steer was only a makeshift In a few years he will be as much of an oddity here as in Broadway, New York, ' '.. .4 Fad I f ' ! J i X-.vs.l "Can you pay the little bill to-day. Mi Longwaitr" jN ot conveniently, t an t you cau nexl -weeit?' , ' ; - -' . "iVo.l -snail be away on my vaca tion. " --v.. " Indeed. So shall L The Salvation army in India has set out to be religious after the manner of that country. They have gone into a number of cavos near Bombay, where they spend their time in prayers and meqi tation. just as the Buddhist monks d. , m nn.iUjr from I 1 - People living in pine forests are said to have immunity from climatic and con tagious dsease3, and singers have found their influence beneficial to the voice. - ' You will save, money bv going to J. L. Wilkie & Go's Eo k Ut ie,l ngJe Build ing. - . y .. - augltf (Reab EAglk Hotsi.) , ' ASHEVILLE, N. C, ' -Coffins made ia First-Class Style -of Walnut. Mountain Birch. Ponlar. Pine and Maple of the best quality. . Satisfac tion (juaranteed and Low Prices charged He asks that the 'ic" call and Bee for themselves-i - SCROFULA CUJZED. Dr. Ii. A. Guild, Atlanta, says: B.B. B. cured Wm. Sealock of a terrible case of Scrofnla, which affected the entire elbow Joint. ANOTHER CASE. East Point, Ga., April 2, 1884. My wife .has been afflicted with a terrible form of Scrofula for over ten years. Phy sicians exhausted their skill, and numerous patent medicines were used without benefit Her ' condition grew worse her appe tite failed, attended .with debility, emaciation, falling out of the hair and a frightful breaking out of the akin. . Her bones became very much diseased and painful (some - calling it , white swelling), with sleepless nights and a general feeling of horror, Some friend said that B. B. B. would cure her. I procured it and placed her upon its use, and to the utter astonishment of all who knew her the recovery was rapid and complete. It acted as a powerful tonic, gave her a splendid appetite ' and acted upon' the kidneys. A few bottles did the work. The 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.BAWSON. BLOOD POISON. Mr, A. P. W., of Hampton, Ga., has recently emerged from ouoof the most remarkable cases of Blood Poison on record. His body and limbs had no less than four hundred small ulcers- his bones tormented him with Tains his appetite failed his kidaeya presented frightful symptoms and all doctors - and 100 Dottles of the most popular mood foison rem edy failed to give him any relief. He secured B. B. B., the concentrated quick cure, and five bottles healed up the ulcers, relieved his pain, cured his kidneys, restored his appetite, and made him a healthy and happy man. Any one can secure his full name and correspond with him. . WHITLOCK'S Ia the only plaee in Asheville where you can Ond what you are looking for. in Dry Goods, Amotions, Fancy Goods, JHillinery and Gents Furnishings At prices lower than have ever been known before. , WHITLOCK'S MOTTO IS " Popular Goods at JLotrest Prices! Call and be convinced ot "the above fact. . . -Goods received daily. H. WHITLOCK Under Eagle Hotel, Main St. JULezidL quarters FOR BEST Wliite Grape. Be sure to plant acclimated, vines Can only' be supplied by rovself. as I am the only propagated of Niagaras in the South. .- " 3 n5iIV xitaiiix,h3xxy 'n siiruarx jpinnasi XiaATjap ioj Apedi mou - 00000T fie 29-dlaw-wlm. One Hundred , -teres of In proved Property, Adjoining Arden Park. Apply to . ? "A. J. LYMAN, Asheville, N. C. Office in Court House. TIITSJSPACE RESEltTElO -FOR- J. J. DESMOND. SOOTH MAIN STREET, MAjrrjFACTCRBB OF , CAKES CANDIES - Ot Every Description, AXD BXAUUI IN CONFECTIONERIES. CAN NED GOODS t;c Ac 'INSURANCE. LIFE INSURANCE. tot fpHK VALLEY MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION JL v OF VIRGINIA Issues policies for from ll.OOO to $3,000, ' ' ' AKD . combines tile guarantee ieature ol "OLD LINE" Companies at the coal of ordinary co-operative insur- 4 a nee in Secret Orders. FIRE INSURANCt. Insurance against loss by Fire in - City and County on all kinds.of Property, Real and Persona . ------ " Short as well as long term. Policies issued at - fair rates in A. 1 Companies, Homo and Foreign; Thos. w. isuaxcii, Agent, Office North Side Court Square, my 20-tf . . EDWARD J. 1ST0H, REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE CENT, Ashville Morth Carolina- Pine Groceries. Imported and Domestic Table Delica cies of every description, AT KEPLER'S. We make a specialty of Fine Teas, and nave just received direct trom Am porters, (in original packages,) tbe fol lowing, which we recommend for their fine flavor and superior drawing quali ties: Finest Moyune Gunpowder, Choicest Formosa Oolong, Choicest English Breakfast, -Extra Fancy Japan. HIGHEST GRADE COFFEES Old Gov't Java Coffee, green and roasted, uenuwe Moena, Laguayra, Peaberry, Fancy Golden Bio, Cordova Coffee, Baker's Chocolate, Baker's Broma. ' Epps' Cocoa, JUST ARRIVED, California Fruit in glass jars, ' . Oranges, tjumces, Apricots, n Muscat. Grapes, Egg Plums, . Bart'ett Pears. Canned California Fruits, Golden Gate Peaches, .- Lemon Cling Peaches, . A nricots. Bartlett Pears. Bahama Grated Pineapple. FOR LJNCH AND PIC-NICS. Pates of Game, (truffied) Quail ridge, Wild Duck, Grouse and Woodcock. Part- Boned Chicken and Turkey, rotted Oame, Lunch Tongue, Kippered Herrings, Shrimp, tt&nchovy Paste. Yarmouth Bloate.s Boneless eardines, Devilled Crabs, Edam Cheese, Albert Biscuit, Dundee Marmalade and Jams, Instantaneous Chocolate. Fresh Crack era a great variety, AT KEPLER'S. Frencn Peas and Mushrooms, Queen imves, tapers, Currle Powder, Salad Dressing, Walnut Catsup, Uushroonj (-atsup, Preserves in glass and palls, CANTON GINGER, it s k jrium ruauing, Spaghetti Macaroni, Vermicelli. Staple Family Groceries Of every deseriittion, . , AT KEPLER'S, Opposite Eagle Hotel. ESTABLISHED 1864. G. FUISMAN & CO.. Wholnale ' Commission 9ferebants, BKAUBS DT DBllO AKD BVAPOBATEB Fmjit8, ahd Peoduok OF Aix Kutos, IS THX1R 8KASON, v WOOL, BEESWAX and FEATHEES, 19 Vkbst Pikr & 50 & 52 Bboad Ave, w. h. FURXAN.l W. Washington Market, j. L. fubman. NEW YORK. Revkkknces: Levi Apgar, Pies. North River Bank. Col. R. C. Carter, Denton, Md. G. N. Wil liams. Canandaierua. N. Y. Gordon & Dllworth. 675 Greenwich Street, N. Y, W. o"pson. Pre. jn. l. f. a. vo.. vi suiuvan st. APgH-em THE HAZLEQllEEN Sash & Blind Ft, ctory Has recently purchased a lartre amount of Oak, Ash Chestnut, Cherry and Walnut Lumber." and CAN FURNISH WORK mniiffctiirpd of thoroughly dried P'atenal. We propo se to furnish work at the lowest flgiiree, and equal to any imported (roods - '- TliOH. U. IjAIIVA, fTOpr. I 8. CLAYTON. Business Manger. feb 4-s w tf . Main Street, (Above Eagle Hotel) Asheville, JT. C. 1ie oest stock always on hand. Work always guaranteed to give satisfaction. l am especially prepared to mare doom ana hoet so as tt prevent pampn&& and squeaking. Getdtrmen ftd Ladies' Repairing a Spe- cixdly. . -J- -"-' Fine rrwtom Work alway rnhand, any style Viuw iii "jrirK i iLCiiOlli. Br "IS,- " J i ... .... - ' - FRANK -L0UGHRAN & BR0., Wine and Liquor Merchants. PROPRIETORS OF THE ' ''BONANZA," toain Street, 3d door above the Bank. FINE rCOL AKD BILLIARD TABLES AT BOTH STANDS. We Boy Our IVIues and Liquor Direct Iron tlie Dis tillers and Importers. OUR LIQUORS ARE RECOMMENDED BY THE LEADING PHY SICIANS OP THE STATE. 1 . PURD MOUMA1N CORX WHlSKEXfi EA CH AND , " ' PLB BANDIES A SPECIAL TT. Goods Packed V. O, BOX 220. and HJTEEE-S' FRIEND,! X More Terror ! This invaluable prepar ation Is ruly a irinmph of scientific skill, and no more inestimable Jxtnefit No More Pain ! So More Dancrr I was ever oeauiwec on we mothers of tbe world rar-lt not only shortens the time of labor and lea sens the intensity of pain, but, better than all, it greatly diminishes the danger to life of bo'.h mo ther and child, and leaves TO Mother or Cild the mother in a condition highly favorable to speedy Tbe Dread of Motberliood recovery, ana iar leas lia ble to flooding, convuls ions, and other alarminir syni).toms Incident to lin gering and ainful labor. Its truly wonderful effic acy in this respect entitles the Mother's Friknb to be ranked aa one of the TRANSFORMED TO HOE life-saving applicants giv en to the world by the dis co verieg of modern science AKD From the nature of the case it will of course be understood that we cannot publish certitcates con cerning this Rsmbdt with out woundingthe delicacy of the writers. Yet we have JOY. Safety and Eas TO SafTerlns Woman bnndreds of such testim onials on file, and no mo ther who has once used it will ever again be without it inner time of trouble. A prominent pbvsiclan lately remarked to the proprietor, tbat if it were admissible to make public the letters we Teceive, the ""Mother's Friend" would outsell anythimg on the market. I must earnestly entrent every female expecting to be confined, to use Mother's Relief. Coupled with this entreaty I will add 6hat during a long obstetrical practice (forty-four yeais). I have never known It to fail to produce a safe and quick delivery. H. J. HOLMES, M. I) Atlanta, Ga. Bend for onr Treatises on "Health and Happiness of Woman," ma.ied free. Bkadfield Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga. X BRAND & CO. UNDERTAKERS. ASHEVILLE, N. C. Metallic and Walnut Coffins constantly on hand. Every requisite of the business furnished. All calls day or night prompt lvarmwereil. Heunsf f 'iiiehed when desired" t . mL-wly SOMETHING CHOlth! -tot- L OVERS OF THE WEED, who enjoy a good smoke, should always ask lor really IIOIII'V Ciolden Leaf. ' Lurni oi IheSL), Piuh. These brands ait b.ai.ufactured from the cele bra ted Tobaccos grown in Western North Caro lina, free from all perfumeries, adulteration o impuritiea.and are prized for their Sapeib Smoking ualitie. Ask your dealers or UOLJUES' TOUJlCCO and take no other. - - . Ordtrt from (A TrmMt SoUctttA. . E. I. HOLME? & CO. Proprietors an 2-12mos ASHEVILLE, N. C. STEAM GRIST MILL, NEAR NEW DEPOT. ASIIF.V1IXE, nr. c. OUK NEW STEaM MILLS are in full operation, and we are ready to "supply families or merchants with ' THE BEST MKAL, I BEST Mil J. FEED, r HAY AND FODDER, &c. At the lowest prices, . FOR CASHJ : Corn ground for usual toll, prompt delivery guaranteed. . Give us a call. . JORDAN & HALYBURTON. ap l-6wtf . . NOTICE of INCOllPORATiOZV NORTH CAROLINA, ' Buncombe county. " OFFK.1 ot Clibk Supkkios Covbt. Notice is hereby given of the Incorporation of the Asheville Telephone Company, tbat tbe names of the incorporators are U M. McLoud, Richmond Pearson, N. W. Gird wood, K. Stike leather and E. J. Aston, and such onicets aa they may associate with them; that the principal place of busineei) shall be in the city of Abbeville, county and State aforesaid, and its general pur pose and business is to "establish, erect and maintain in the counties ofBuncom be, Haywood, Henderson and Madison, in the State of North Carolina, or in one or more of said counties, a system of telephones with a 1 necessary exchang es, offices, poles, wires, instruments, machinery, implements and all other things now utsed or which may or can hereaiier be used in connexion with the instruments known as telephones, so as to make and keep up a thorough system of tele phone Tierv'ce in one or more of said counties:" tbat the duration of the corporalicn shall be thirty years; the capital stock is i 0,000. divi led into one thousand shares at the par value of $10. Oct. 1st, 1885. E. W. HERN DON, oct 1-dlot . Clerk Superior Court. TTOTEL FOR. RENT. 1 1 After October 1st the it; IV- VATS T . la f- nrnfc- jue'D'.yood c PROPRIETORS OF THE ' ACKE," Cor. Main & Eagle sts, under W hillock's Shipped to Ml Points. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. C M. McLOUD. CflAS A. MOoKS M oLOTJD & MOORE, Attorneys and Counsellor at law ' ASHEVILLE, N. C. - ' J"iceJQ the. United States Circuit and IMa rict Courta at Asheville. Ktatesville, Charlttu i B.1"1 ,u,tn Supreme Court at RaleSh tricta of the State ol North Carolina. opeeiat aaamon given to collections of clain.. niay 241yw&8w ,. VT7 ALTER E. MOORE, v Attorney at Law, Webster, 2V. C. Practices in all the Courts of Western North Carolina, and the collection ot claims a specialty. mh 18-wlv K. JOHN HEY WILLIAMS, PKyeiman artd Surgeon. ' Ofl'te: Main St., 2 doors scuth of Bank. Real aei;ce on French Broad Avenue. Office boars!) '"- to 1 p. m., and from 8 to 6 p. m. Thkc. Davidson. r.AyiDSON A MARTIN. -AS. u. MAKTI1 J A ttorneya fe JoanselIorswatLaw - nr.. ASHBVnjJt, N. ii. wiliyirt:tlct In the 8th and th Judicial Diatncu K? .ii'e foPf!?16 Court of North Carolina, ,W North Cllnsi UrtS Western I'Wi'lcl of Refer to the Bank of Asheville. - sepl9-sww6m , JOCKE CRAIG, . Attorney at Lav, ASHEVILLE, N. C. - OlSce in Court House. ., - decG-i y JAMES A. BURROUGHS, Physician and Surgeon, ASHEVILLE, If. G,. . Office over Powell & Snider's. aST Residence corner of Main anJ Woodfin streets. de ltt-lv s. F. VENABLB, OivU Engineer and General Purveyor, prepared to do all wnrv in hia Making, Making Estimates on Work, Lajing on Locating and Platting or Mapping Ctvy LotsT anV E?iISSt.,nK or MaPPW Work alieady done J. A. TENNENT, A rrJdUct and Civil Engineer. -JfJf'nif i"?"' "nd f-tfanates of ary style of building furnished upoft application, and work superintended when desired All work en truKted to me as Civil Engineer 111 receive prompt attention.. Thorough drainrge of land, aspecialty Post Office address, AlheviUe oi Best, N. C. Residence Kwannanoa Bridtre. mav 16-6mos - rjlHOS. A. JONES, ." Af lomey al Law, ASHEVILLE, N. C, oet 22-ly Office with Davidson 6 Marti JRS W. L. & W D. HILLIABD. Pliy gidans and Surgeons. Office next door.pouth Old Bank, jan 3-ri mH Til OS. P. JoHKKKlN. f OHNbTON 4 hilt KORI). Geo. a. xrtoct J Attorneys CttBnidlorMil.Laa. . ARHEVH.LK. N. C. W il: urnctlce in the Jth and snh Judicial Oistii ol t-otth Carolina, in the Supreme Court of -tale, and in the Federal Courts at Abbeville Tin collection of claims, the examination o It icr u real propeity . and the settlement of mimi. MK-r-alty tv the firm. Oftii ir . i..v.n.. buildiiir. i'-iy MYV CASH STORt: A Place to Get Bargain CHAS. E. LEE- (SUCCESSOR 30 J. . RANKIN & CO. 1st door abovelFarmen Warehonaa. AS1IE ILtE, JT. C. - v " Alull lineal Well Sleeted GdatM. Kbora andC tblBa;. SpeelaJtjr My stock em bi aces everything usually kept, a nrst-etagg general store, such aa DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, , - BOOTH, bUOES, " , - HATH AND CAPS, - NOTION CLQ rHINOu EARDWA&Cll . TIN AHK, . WOOD AND WILLOW WAKE. , ' wn. will sell you a 4A' XACEOIX, waf ranted for five years, with top, loiomg leaf, twt drawers, such as usual'.y stll' lb t40.00 to 160.00, foe TWESTY-i'l VE DOLLAKts. Botislnotion gua ranteed of money refunded. I am the Ashe u.e Agent for the Heyal HU Jahn SewlitK M ebine as above deacribed. , Fresh Onus Heeds will be receivtd in a Jew da. years ago, while ii the retail business wlla Flea sant.Millis&Co. andC. E. Giaham, for their patronage, and trust to nerlt a coutiuuance o ' same. Messrs. John A. Brookshlre and 6am 1 W. I. formerly with J. E. Kankin A Co., are with wum and would be pleased to have their friends can f REMEMBER THE PLACE I 1st door above Farmers' Warehouse, C E. Srah - . Old Stand. CM I and be convinced ! . o4 rav raintcd ' reprracnlcd, ja 80-waswly THE PLACE to fiml nearly aoytliU ' von want, at j Hot torn f. ash Pri cest : ; ' is at the Ftore of r, ' A; il. joitii & cor:. m Bank Bio'ck, Asheville, N.C CASH OiGOODS paid for country, t rv duceVben not supplied. GooiieSjf J. R. LA.VCT,