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4 PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
Tmo. F. Davimon. Thos. A. Jonbs
.JJAVinSON. MARTIN & JONBS,
Attorney and Counsellor nt Law,
Anhcvillc, N. C. , . .
Will .r ..U in the 11th and 12th Judii-ml
IMrtriVt-. ,...! in the Supreme Court of North
Cnrol inn. and In the Federal Court, ol the
wtern District of North Carolina.
Refer to Bank of Asheville.
i f OORB t MBRKICK,
i Attorneys and Counsellors at Law,
Practice in the I nited States Cln-ult add
l.itrlct Courts at AsheTille.Statcsville. Char
Infta I ami Jrec.isl.oro. in the lTSr
at RaleiKh, and in the courts ol t e Tellth
Judicial district ol the State of North Caro-
' Brecinl attention Riven to collection of
OBl! i MHKK1MON.
, Attt.rneys and Counsellors at Law.
Practice in all the courts.
''''Office: Nos. 7 an.l H. Johnston buiLIm.
.7.NBS. ' '"
JONBS & S1UIHOR1I.
,, j' Attorneys at Law,
' Asheville, N. C.
" emetic. In the lriorCoort. of Western
North Carolina, the Supreme Com t of the
State and the Federal Courts at Asheville.
Office "n J ohnston l.uildinn, where one ...cm-
tier of the firm can always lie found.
: A TBNNKNT,
Architect and Contractor.
. l'lans. siweiHeations and estimates fur.
nl.hed All work in my line contracted lor.
' d no charge, for drawing on contracts
4i warded mc. ,
References when desired. ....
. ,,ffiee ".No. 2 Hendry Block. Nor h Court
H.(..are. Asheville. IVC ?-.
II. DOUGLASS. D. 1). S.
DcNTAL ROOMS, . NO. 2 SOUTH MAIN ST.,
).er;.nnl N Winuert's l.rutt Store.
K,..i,le..ce. No. 1H ..alley St. fc,,'ll-v. .
7. lirKKKVliS, I..I..S. K. SMITH, I..I..S.
" Mrs. Kccvea k Siuitli.
ft, Connally UulldluK. over Redwood'. Store.
. atton Avenue. ,
Teith extracted without liuin. with thencw
,,."tl!eiic, audall eases of irregular. t cor
fected. l, RAMSAY, D. U.S.
, in Barnard Buil.linR-KntrHncc, Pntton
Avenue and Main Street.
" or. VraiiK Harvey,
i Office at Sevier's Stable.
Residence-Corner of liast and Hillside
JulliS d llim
VETERINARY SHOEING FORGE,
Scientific Bhoeinis in all its branches.
Corner Walnut and North Main Strets.
K. T. HOLLINOSWORTH,
JRTHUK M. FIKLI),!
' All mechanical ocular defects of the eye cor
"Hour, for examination-!! to 12 a. in., a I to
B0U1S & BROTHERTON,
Plumbers & Tinners.
FLU M HI NO,
ST It A M AND OAS FITT1NO.
TIN AND SLATU ROOI'IN..
' ;Furnaces and Heaters.
Jobbing Promptly t
t t Attended to.
' .6 Patton Avenue,
lul.'Hl diwl v
O MONTHLV SICKNESS
If TMIN OURVNO CXANGt OV CMC
. m.m BKHBtRaufrtRmewiaBEwoiota
- jsook TO'WOMAN'
iRADFIitO REGULATOR CO. ATLANTA EX.
l We have thl. dav, Sept. 17. sold our Imsl
ncs. and good will to the Western Dressed
i n.-r nviH Provision Co.nna.lv. who will carry
the wholesale and retail business at our
f old stand, which wiM remain und r our con.
1 trol and direction. We shall lie pleased to
met our old friends ami many new ones.
S. . P. C. MelNTlRB,
" P. H.MclNTIKK.
ABSOLUTELY SAFE I
; PERFECTLY 0DERLE8SI
; Curat In any Lamp without danger of
i.X"loaing or using nn. aea inn you
t get tha tjenuiiH). roruiaoy
3ALTIM0RE UNITED OIL CO.,
f ASHBVILB, N. C.
tcp4 d&wly .
f THBRti IS Nl
loyal Road to Fortune,
BUT VOU CAN
AND BI'V VIII'R
I PBBll. ETC., FROM
1 A. D. COOPEll,
, Cor. Main and College St.
i rlee. are cut down to .ait the time., and
, (. 1. delivered free to any part of the city.
r a ro
BIWINESH AMI PIEAHI'RK,
;ive the Children a Chance.
Tlicre is something radically wrong
with the health of a child when it seems
listless, has poor or no npjietite, eyes
sunken and with dark skin heneath. In
must eases sliowiilL' these svmutonis the
child has worms, and all that it needs is
some simple remedy , such as Hart s W orm
Cream, to exiiel the worms, "and the child
. .... ....
will soou Ih: in perfect neaun again, ru
rcnts, try it and let your little ones have
a lair chance tor lite.
When nil linglishnian wants office he
stands" lor it'nnd then "sits." Ameri
cans run and lie.
II In, WUIH, and PlllH.
A.inild mi vf ure of words, but the sufferer
from constipation indigestion, impure
u.rl ltilinn.iiif.Kis nnd other such ills, can
he cured if he wills, without taking the
horrid, olcl-lashioned pins, incse arc
suRTseded in our day by those wonder
working, vet tinv. little L'lobules, known
as Dr. I'ierce's Pleasant Pellets. Xo grip
ing no drastic purging; do not cause
costiveness afterwards, as the old style
pills do. One little liranule a nose.
A new clonk, called the Spiritual, is
among the new Kali rappings.
New nvrrcoiits. iust the thiui! lor this
kind of weather, at VVhitlock's.
The Iowa cheese factories talk of
;.... u..A wi.nl
Orgt....X..l a lln,iuiiuii ...... ......v
a name. We suggest the Mite Society.
tub ui'V ckm II THAVKR.ofUour-
Ittin, Ind., savs: "lloth mvself and wife
owe our lives to SHII.OH'S CONSUMP
Klti: V.IIT M A III' mim'rcililc l.v lndiLreS-
tion. Constipation, Dizziness, I-oss ol
Aniictite. Yellow mkiii : nn.io.. s v .iau.er
is a positive cure.
Tlw. tirimv nf Wales is iroi.ur to Iitivot.
Me must have been reading Kitler Hag
A Safe Investment
lu ...... .vliicli ik irti.'irnteed to brillir VOU
satisfactory results, or in case ot failure a
return of purchase price. On this safe
plan you can liny from our advertised
Druggists a bottle of Dr. King's New Dis
covery lor Consumption. It is guaniteed
to i.nug rcnei in citii ..in., ...... ........
I,,, ...... ., ii,...ii,,,i nl'Tlimnt. I.uiil's. Bron
chitis," Asthma, WhoopingCough, Croup,
etc., etc. It is pleasant and agreeable to
taste. iKTlcctly sale, una can always is
depended upoii. Trial bottles free at
I. Jaeol) s iirug store.
K.l.;.,, ii,it..' I.iul.t shades ill l.ost-
mastcrs arc now in popular demand
throughout the South.
...... ...... uiiMWintr willi we.'ik or ill-
d.., n,l i.vi-u ie irranul.'ltf fl eyelids. VOU
can he cured by using Dr. J. U. McLean's
StrengtlK'iimg f-yc naive.
Tit,. iitu.tiinir i if t he foot ball season is
market! by a sharp advance in the price
ol woollen legs.
Wools of all kinds. Germantown, Sax
ony und Herlin zephyrs, all kintls ami
shades, ut Whitlock's.
I.ove is a weakness, but it istoostrong
for most of its unhappy victims.
She Was Completely Cured.
A daughter ol my customer suffered
from suppressed menstruation, and her
l. ....... .... ni.ili.tf.lv wrfrked. At mv
suggestion she used one bottle of Brad-
c d's Female Keuulator, wnicncureti ner.
J. W. IlKi.i.r.MS, Water Valley, Miss.
Write 1 lie urauneiti Keg. vo., muinin,
C.a., lor particulars. Sold by all drug
gists. The Pan-Aniericau congress naturally
ought to go to Chicago over the Pan
Win. Timnions. nostmaster of Idaville,
Intl., writes: "lilectric Bitters has done
more ftir me than all other medicinesconi
bined, for that bad leeling arising from
Kidney and Liver trouble." John Leslie,
farmer anil stockman, nf same place, says:
"Find lilectric Hitters to lie the liest Kid
nev and Kidney medicine; made mc like a
new man." J. W. Gardner, hardware
merchant, same town, says: lvlectric Bit
ters is just the thing for a man who is all
run down ami don't care whether he
lives; he found new strength, good apa
tite and lelt just like he had a new lease
on lite. Only 5l)c. a bottle, at L. Ja
cob's' drug store.
There's a matter that's troubled us
And it's never been settled as yet,
We should like to have some one inform
Whether live was a blonde or brunette.
Don't irritate vour lunirs with a stuli-
born cough when a pleasant and effective
remedy mav lie found in Dr. J. H. Mc
Lean's Tar Wine Lung Balm.
KepuDiieaiis arc waning over i miner
Sole nirentsfor thecelebrated Centenieri
kid gloves at Whitlock's.
It reiiuiies a cood deal to deaden the
post-theatre appetite ot a healthy young
'There are three wicks to the lamp ol
a man's life: brain, blood, and breath."
Thus writes ancmineiit American author.
The most frequent derangements oeenr
in the blood and in the liver, by which,
when in healthy condition, the blood is
purified. Look out lor the terrible chain
of 'disenses that owe their inception to
torpid liver and consequent impure
blood. When the symptoms of liver und
kidney troubles, consumption tiling
scrol'iilat, bronchitis, and dropsy, make
their nppenrance, the system is in imme
diate need of a course of Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery. Itsmarvelous
effects have been tested and proven in
the cure of tens of thousands of cases. It
purifies and enriches the blood, restores
lost vitality, and effectually eradicates
the seeds of the worst maladies that
The good die young. This is parti
cularly true of chickens.
WHY WILL YOU cough when Shiloh's
Cure will give immediate relief Price, 10
cts., SOcts., anil $1.
SHILOH'S CATAKKH KliMEDY a
jiositive cure for Catarrh, Diphtheria and
It is now considered the correct thing
for lawyers to live in the sue-liurbs.
The blood must be pure for the body to
be in perfect condition, Dr. J. H. Mc
Lean's Snrsaparilla makes pure blood
ond imparts the rich bloom of health and
vigor to the whole body.
"Live and let live" is not the motto of
the live electric wire.
RDcklen'ii Arnica ftalvc.
The best salve in the world tor cuts,
bruises, lores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
ores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns, and all skin eruutions, and posi
tively cures piles, or no !av required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. PHce 25 cents per
box. For sale hv r. I.. laeotMi. naw
Large variety of cloaks and jackets
just received at wmtiocK s.
FOR DYSPHPSIAnnd Liver Complaint
vou have a printed guarantee on every
bottle ol Shiloh's Vitulizer. It neverfails
A NASA I, INJIiCTOR free with each
bottle of Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price
When a woman acts like a woman
men laugh at her. If she acts like a man
they get mad.
In mirthful measures, warm and free,
I sing, dear maid, and sing to thee!
But 1 think I would lie performing a
greater service to you and your sex by
singing, not in measured rythm but by
setting out some strong truths in simple
prose. II you or any of your female
friends are suffering from ulcerations,
displacements, Ix-ai'tng-down sensation,
or unnatural discharges, use Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription, which is sure to
eradicate these complaints in a short
time. It is the only medicine for wo
man's iR'eulinr ailments, sold by drug
gists, under a positive guarantee, from
the manufacturers, that it will give sat
isfaction in every ease, or money will lie
refunded. This guarantee has been prin
ted on the bottle-wrapper, and faithfully
carried out for muny years.
liditor (to tipsy reporter! "What are
vou writing about ?" Reporter
"Whisky." liditor "Well, I sec you're
full of your subject."
Nice line of stumped work ami fancy
work ol all kinds at Whitlock's.
Briuus "Hello, Iiraggs! I've just got
back from the lakes, you " Bragg
"I m very sorry, my boy; hut 1 haven t
got a cent."
If you are all run down have no
strength, no energy, and feel very tired
all the time take Dr. J. II. Mclean's
Sarsuparilla. It will imparl strength
and vitality to your system.
i'r:!ert'; m I he most eieK-nl form
THE LAXATIVE AND NUTRITIOUS JUIOE
FIGS OF CALIFORNIA,
C'oiiibincfl with the medicinal
virtues of plants known to be
most lnmerkial 10 the human
system, forming an agreeable
and effective laxative to perma
nently cure Habitual Consti
pation, and the many ills de
pending on a weak or inactive
ndition of the
AlDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS.
It I the most excellent remedy known to
CLEANSE THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY
Wlien one is itilioiis or Constipated
PURE BLOOD, REFRESHINO SLEEP.
HEALTH and STRENGTH
t ATURALLV FOLLOW.
Every o'.e is using it and all are
delighted with it.
AE.K lO.'B DRUOO.SJ FOtt
8YHtJE OTP 3PXO-S'
MANUFACTURED ONLY BY
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
LOUISVILLE. KY HCW YORK, H. Y.
NOTICE TO DELINQUENT TAXPAYERS.
All iK-rKollM who have tailed to list their
poll or property fur taxation arc hereby no
tified that il tlley fail to eo.ne tip at onee
and tiny their taxeH, warrants will tie issued
lor them. Come up at onee and save costs
and trouble. The law will be strictly enforced
on all delinquents. Respectfully,
N. A. KliVNOLllS,
City Tax Collector.
NI1T1CB TO TAXPAYERS.
The City Tax List for 1KH0 is now in my
hands for collection. You nrc respectfully re
quested to come forward at onee and settle,
t will tie in the Court House at the usual
place ready to watt on all persons who may
eomc. Respectfully. N. A. KHVNOI.IIH,
sep27 lUlllt City Tax Collector.
JV) THK Pt'Bl.lC.
The undersigned may tic found in Shank's
new building, one door west ol J. I Wood
bury's stable, on CnllcKe trcst. They un
prepared to mnn.itacti.rc enrriaiics, bunnies,
waKous, and anythiOK else in their line. Re
pairiitK and horse-shocinK arc specialties.
I hey have securetl mc scrviccsoi nenry i-ow--11.
mill would be iileased to receive a liberal
share of patronaKC Satisfaction Kuarantccd.
.I..I3 d.im uuknh i i k. nwtt akh.
"MILLER BROS." SHE
Art AMERICAN, and the BEST.
LEADING BU8INES8 PENS.
And Nos. 76, 117, 1, Acme.
LEADING STUB PENS.
And Nos. 110, UN, Ubant 1'fcJl.
LEADING LEDGER PENS.
ho. 99 p-; ffl,'
And Nos. 101, 606, 030.
LEADING SCHOOL PENS.
ANP nos. 899, M, 10.
Th Millir Bros. Cutltrf Co., Meridtn, Conn.
Steel Pens, Ink Erasers nd Pocket Cutler.
FOR KAI.B AT
J. N. Morjfaii'H Book Store.
THE COMIC OPERA,
AT OPERA HOI SK. OX
Thursday and Friday
To Ik: performed by the most prominent Am
nteurn in America.
floor open at 8 o'clock. To commence at
H.SO. Carriages nt It o'clock.
The proceed to be divided among thechar
SPECIAL PRECAUTION AGAINST FIRE.
ODDS AND ENDS.
A Russian Dobleman lia rw:cntly
paid 1,2(10 ruble (ffitMl) for a pair of
nightingales that ore said to render de
lightfully various national melodies.
The average montbJy temperature
of San Francisco for the last fifteen
years has been 65J dogs. The Inchest
lor any month was 69 dogs, and the
lowest 50 dega.
It is said that the United States ac
cumulates wealth at the rate of t2,
BOO.OUO daily. This is equal to one
third of the accumulations of all the
rest of mankind outside the United
A new dog from Holland has a long
mane, a short bod y , a sharp bark, a
head like a pig, big ears, and no tail,
lie has appeared at English dog shows,
and is fashionable ami expensive.
The Michigan legislature has just
appropriated for the Michigan Mining
school tlO4,0U0 for the furnishing and
maintenance of the school during the
year 1889 and 181)0.
"Philanthropy is a love of our spo
cies," said a clergyman, preaching in
a charity sermon. "Let your contri
butions show," he added, "that you
don't understand me to say 'love of
our specie. ' ''
An American was arrested on the
Austrian frontier for having in his
luggage dynamite bombs. On further
investigation, they proved to be cocoa
nuts, something which the Austrian
authorities hud never seen.
Judge Schley, of Paulding county,
Ga., drives to his buggy a mule that is
jierhaps 35 years old and yet sprightly
and in tine condition, lie bought the
mule in 1865 as a 10-ycar-old from a
man who hud picked uini up running
at large after Sherman's march
through that section.
The Australian papers just received
announce the Uniting of a nugget
weighing 338 ounces, und valued at
1,300. It was found near Wedder
burn, Victoria, by a young Austrian
named Costa Clovich, who has only
recently arrived in the colouy.
At M. Cortuisehi's great fancy ball
the other evening, M. Zola appeared
as a friar, with his handsome wife as
a Norman peasant; M. Munkacsy was
a Sixteenth century (jermuu, M. Dau
dot was a lawyer, M. Petit a Zulu
chief, and Mine. Bcniadeki had an
Kilfei tower on her head a yard high,
set with diamonds
There goeth abouta legend concern
ing u Chicago newspaper man who was
the prize stutterer of the west, tie once
wrote a play which he read to a man
ager. "How do you like it" he asked.
"It's great," was the reply; "very
eomicul idea. Iliut." "Which do you
meant" asked the author, llattered.
"That of having nil the diameters
stutter. It will go with a roar."
Certainly it is the duty of the strong
to "bear tho infirmities of the weak,
and not to please themselves," but it
is also the duty of the weak to become
strong, und not to need to be pleased
by being allowed the sellish luxury of
putting restraints on the liberty of
others. Thomas IJinuey.
It is probably true thatour brightest
and most "spontaneous" wits have
had to grind out their htughuble pro
ductions with us much labor as the
musician must give to the acquire
ment of the wonderful facility with
which he performs a dillicult piece,
livery good thing is born of toil.
M. Jacques Meyer, whose career is
engaging the attention of the Paris
correctional police court, swindled the
customers of his bank out ht $875,000.
This financier begun life as a journal
ist. lie lost enormous sums on the
bourse, and then took flight and was
at last, appropriately enough, run to
earth in the house of a friend on the
battlefield of Waterloo.
A lady traveling in Brazil, a short
timo since, brought as a souvenir to
her friend u pin, the curious design of
which struck her fancy. It is tho pro
file of a half breed Indian done in
oxidized silver. The hair is repre
sented by cutting tho silver in innuni
entitle facets, which shine liko jewels.
Directly in tho crown of tho Lead is
set tho polished claw of a wildcat, the
curve of which turns backward. The
whole is barbaric iu its beauty, but
the workmanship is fautless.
Textile Indiifitrlna In Japan.
In a recent issuo The Japan Weekly
Mail, of Yokohama, states that at the
close of last year the number of spin
dies at work is given at 114,636,13,
376 having been added in the last six
mouths of the year. The industry
gave employment to 1,580 men and
3,461 women, the number of the for
uier having been increased by 275 and
that of the latter by 657 during the
second ball' of the year. Theqiiantity
of yarn manufactured was 7,31)8,261
pounds, which, though a small figure
compared with 63,250,000 pouuds of
imported yarn, is, nevertheless, not
insignificant The maximum and
minimum pricesof the Japanese yarn
here were fully 15 cents higher than
those of tho imported yarns. Il is
against the Indian yarn that Japanese
mill owners have to compete, and
they must reduce their prices 14 per
cent liel'orc they can beat this.
On the oilier hand, Japanese con
sii i lid's prefer the home manufacture
and ure willing to pay more for it. Its
superiority, therefore, whether actual
or sentimental, must be taken into ac
count. The import of cotton yarn dur
iug tho year 1888 was much greater
than during 1887, and tiic increase is
spread about equally over the English
and Indian yarns. The total import
in 1888 was 47,500,000 catties (11.3 lbs.
each), against 33.250,000 in 1887 and
24,500,000 in 1 sat". the values for the
three yeurs being $13,500,000, $8,250,
000 and $6,000,000 respectively. The
Indian import just now is larger in
quantity, though not quite so large in
value as the English. In spite of this
enormous increase iu the import of
cotton yarns, and in spite of the grow
ing iniKrtance of the native cotton
industry, there was also a very large
increase iu the import of cotton man
ufactured goods. Iu 1888 they
amounted $9,000,000 agaiust $7,000,000
in 1887 ami $4,000,000 in 1886. Lon
II vou feel "out of sorts," cross and
peevish take Dr. J. McLean's Sarsapa-
rillu ; cneenunicss win return uuu mc
will acquire new zest.
A wile owes a duty to her husband,
and the husband, as in courtesy hound,
pays the debt.
"HACKMETACK," n lasting and fra
grant perfume. Price '25 nnd 50 cts.
SHILOH'S CURE will immediately re
lieve Croup, Whooping Cough and Bron
chitis. Medical authorities insist that stimu
lants weuken the voice, and doubtless
they do. It must be admitted, However,
that they strengthen the breath.
SCHOOL AND KINDERGARTEN,
201 CHHSTNl'T ST.
Full term hcKtrm Sept. 2fl. Thorough in
struction in KnjrliHh, Frm-h, Music ami Cal
isthenk'H by exiK-riencctl tcachem.
Hep 7 d;tni
English and French
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS,
No. 40 French llroud Avenue.
MRS. BURGWYN MAITLAND,
t For many years AHHociate Principal of Mt.
Vernon Institute, Baltimore.)
Assisted by a corps of eompentent teachers
The course ofinst ruction includes the usual
HtiKlish branches with French and Latin.
Extras Music, German, Art Needle Work,
Painting on China, Dancing and Kiding;.
Special attention given to the training of
little Kir Is. augl d4m
HENDERSONVILLE, N. C
Season of lHHO-MM) Opens Monday, Sept. .'10.
and closes first Thursday in June, lH'jo.
A full corps of instructors in Ancient and
Modem Languages and Literature, Moral
and Physical Science, Commercial Arithmetic,
Surveying, Physiology and Hygiene, Music
(Vocal and Instrumental I, Art, lira wing and
Painting. Full particulars can be had from
HICII'Ii II. LliWIS. A. M M . !.,
jullti d.'lm tu 1'ri President.
FIKK. LIFK. ACCIDENT.
PULLIAM & CO.
At the Hank of Aahxvflle.
ASIIKVILMi, N. C
RcprcKent the following companies, viz.
CASH ASSHTS IN
Anglo .Nevada, ol" California M7,
Continental, of New Yord 4.H75,
HainburK-llrenicn.of Germany 1 ,1 29,
London Assurance, of Kllgland 1,54.1,
Niagara, of New York 2,237,
Orient, of Hartford I,lifi7,
Phnenix, of Brooklyn .1,054-,
St. Paul Fire and Marine, of Min
Southern, of New Orleans 43.l
Western, ot Toronto 1,0311,
Mutual Aeeident Association.
j4-:tnn Life Insurance Company.
J. N. MORGAN & CO.,
No. 3 Barnard Building.
Sfhool and College Toxt
Books, ii full lino. Poets, His
tory, Romance, Biography,
Travel and Novels, Family
Bibles, S. S. Bibles and Test
aments, Oxford Teachers'
Bibles, Son Books of all
kinds, larjje stock Stationery,
Blank Books and Office and
School Supplies. New line
Ladies' and Gents' Pocket
books just opened. Fancy
(Hoods and Dolls.
14 acres of land on Heaver Hum road, just
opposite J. S. Burnett's. A tine sile for a sub
urban residence. A nice knoll covered with
clover anil some fine oaks. w,th beautiful
views of mountains and the city. A rare
I'hance to buy such a piece of land with nice
elear springs gushing from the hit . Terms
easv and price low.
ItoSTIC, HI.AKTON & CO.
Plans and sjH-eilieaHons prepared and esti
mates given, at short notice.
Office: Wolfe Building. Court House Square
Asheville. N. C. may30dly
The Best are
Farrell & Co.,
All eyes fitted and fit guaranteed.. A com
plete stork of the ahove KodS nt
GRANT'S DRl'O STORK,
2 SOUTH MAIN STKKKT.
OcuUntu I'reBcriptions a iccinlt
HANFOAD N. LOCKWOOI).
Brooms, 'Whisks, Hearth and
Xtlli anH Porinrv irruil-M fl Hiwci.lltv. OuO
tationa and samples free. fehl 6dl y
IN WAt,U STREET.
CHANdK, F St.. N. W., Washington,
It. . lireKtm in .nuiii, irwm ninn'ii. vuiii-
missions and Margins satisfactory. Kxclu-
IVC atlVRT. llltirm UJf ! HJH1 iin.ni
lap 4 CURBU BY OLD SPECIALIST
Ml " PHYSICIAN.
I Rottle of medicine Free. We war-
III V rant our remedy tocurethe worst
cases, and the only physicians whodo this to
prevent your being imposed upon by men
ninr fnlar names and who arc not Doctors.
Because others failed is no reasoi for not
using this medicine. Give Empress and Post
office address. It costs yon nothing. Addtess
Asahel Medical Bureau, 291 Broadwny, New
One Dump Cnrt and Harness in ood order
Applv to J. A. TliNNliNT.
NOW IS THE TIME I
Our stock of Sliocs is daily arriving, and will soon ho
tho most complete, and will embrace the handsomest
MEN'S, LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S WEAR
To be found in this part of the State. Our Goods
WERE BOUGHT TO SELL,
THEY ARE BOUND TO GO!
SATISFACTION G UAH ANTE ED
In Trice, (.Quality, Style nnd Fit. Try us.
FULENWIDER & BRO.
-NO. 18 PATTON AVIiNl'K.
I'OR SALE BY - i
GIRDWOOD & LEE, Proprietors
Buncombe : Brick t and i Tile t Company,
ASHKVILLH, N. C.
p. i i. nox 3i3.
"THE WINYAH SANITARIUM, "
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
For the reception of patients suffering of discuses
of luniks and throat, and conducted upon the plan ol
thesunitarires at foe rljcradnrf and Falkenstcin in Ger
many. Ours is the only such institution in the United
States, nnd endorsed by the leading niemliers of the
medical profession. Terms reasonable.
KARL VON RUCK, Ii. S.. M. I.
II. T. COLLINS. President.
I'. C. MrlNTlKB. Vicc-I'rcsiilcnt.
DRESSED BEEF AND PROVISION GO.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in CHOICE MEATS.
Telephone Call 4.
Our nim will lc to serve our customers with meats equal in iiuulitv to any that can be ob
tained in this or any other market. Please jrive
CLEARING AlT Oaie T
LEARING JjJT lALE I
In i'onsi:tut'iHr ol'a chaiic in business to
Plumbing, Tinning: a"d SeUinjc
Kxi'htftivcly, I will xt-11 at wholesale price my entire atoek of House KiirnmhiiiR Court, aNo
Paints, (Hit and Varnishes, Mrushes, Wall Colors, ete.
C. S. COOPER,
HICKORY, N. C.
lilectric Lights. (Wis, Mot anil Ctild VVntcr Baths anil Toilets un each floor.
Cuisine ami appoint incuts unsurpassed.
FRANK 1.0H;HRAN, Proprietor.
PIEDMONT AIR LINE.
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R. R. CO.
Western North Carolina Division.
PASSISNOKR TRAIN SCHHIHU.K.
(In Ki'PHl'T SKI'T. i!'.M
7fith Meridian time nsel when not otherwise
"kastiuii'NO. I No. 51 I No. r:t
I Daily. Daily. I
. K nos villc, I
f.oih tner.) ;
1 an 1 ni I h loam
lj)m I 1 54pm
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d20ain! 1 'JOntnl
iv. New York,
I Nn. 5( I No. "2
j 7 2oam
r 5 7 pin i
11 oil' in I
WashiiiKt'm 1 1 2am
IMinani j I
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No- ffl I
A. Ik S. K. R.
I No. 54
905 amll.v. Asheville, Arr.l 70 pm
y5iam Ar. Henderson ville, " j 0O7 p m
1220 nm " SpartanlHirc, i.v. aw
No. 18 J (l)aily exeeln Sunday.! No. 17
'uiii .mit v ' Aahviil-. Ar.l :i55um
1110am Ar. Waynesville, ' 155pm
R4Mpm" Jairetfi, l.v. 00 am
Sleeping: Car Service.
Nob. SO nnd 51, Pullman Slec)ers letween
Ommboro and Morristown.
won. i'i nnu 1 uiihiii
tween Salisbury and Knoxville, and Pullman
S eepent ociwcen ouiiBiiiiry nn.niiiini.fu
W. A. WINBURN, D. P A.,
Asheville, N. C.
IAS. L. TAYLOR. G. P. A.,
WnshinKton, D. C.
t7C TO tOKfl A MONTH can te made
l3 IU ZuU working for ns. AKentsjire
ferml who can furnish a horse and jfive their
whole time to the business. Spare moments
ka lnifit alilv rmttlovrri hIko. A frw
raeaneies in towns and cities. B. P. JOHN
SON tit CO., .009 Main St., Richmond, Va.
Pi. t, 1'iease Siaic Ke Wiu uumnms c-i-r-
rience. Never mind about amding stamp for
n-niv n. p. I. Mr Co. aor3dtim we
A fimt-rlas woman for cook and srmeral
housework. White woman preferred. Come
with good recommendations to lt9Chestnut
street. Good wajfes and home, oct3dlw -
PHILIP McINTIRB. Superintendent.
J. S. WBST, Auditor.
us ft trial, at Mclntire's old stand.
Plumbing: Ciooets and Stoves
39 South Main Street.
THE ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
Rooms on Main street, opposite the post-
OiH'n daily, except Sundays, from 10 a. m.
until 1 p. m., and 5.:iO until 7.30 p. m.
The terms ot sunseriiuon are: one year
B2 ; mns., $1.50; 3 mos., $1 ; 1 mo., 50cts.;
lnilv 2 cts.
Officers for 1HHO President. R. R. Rnwls :
Vice-President, Charles W. Woolsey; See.antl
Trcas., l. S. Watson ; Librarian, Miss K. j.
Citizens and visitors are cordially invited
to insiK'Ct the catalogue and inscribe their
names as members. febHdtf
Street Car Schedule.
lU'tfinnitifj nt H.23 a. m. K minis 10.30 p. m.
Car leaves S(iuare lor Depot every hour and
Car kaves Square lor Melkc s and Double
lay 7 minutes alter each hour ami half hour.
Car leaves Melkcs nnd Doubledav for
Square and Depot 7 minutes Iwfore each hour
and hall hour.
The com 1 urn v has secured a waitinur room
for Ladies nt Messrs. HerrinK St Weaver's
shoe store. No 31 Pation avenue.
THIS ASHHYILLI2 Sf KliliT KY. CO.
ITALIAN & AMERICAN
Irani te Monuments,
All kinds of Monu
and Vases made to
order in the latest
ASHEVILLE, H. C.
Yard At Buncombe
W. 0. WOLFE,
GRANITE AND MARBLE MONUMENTS
New lot of designs just received. Laripc lot of
Tablets and Slabs, very low for rash. You
wilt save money by calling on me before pur
chasing. Wareroom Wolfe Building, 8. E. Court
MERCHANT t TAILOR,
95 Patton Aienne,
(Next to Grand Central Hotel.)