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THE ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN.
It's Settled, Tariff Question; Merchants Sanguine Confidence Restored; Good Times Ahead,
A. T .THE-
Baltimore Clothing, Shoe and Dry Goods Company.
50 PIECES OF LAWNS.
Saturday frenlng, September 8. 1894,
NEW FALL GOODS
New novelties in full dresB goods, new full good.
New drcB8 goods just received. The newest, the prettiest,
tho most fashionable selected dress goods ever p hown to
the public of Aeheville, and you will And we lire showing a
full complete line of English storm serges. A full complet e
line of Flamler dre;'s goods, Uiond- lolhs, ladies' clothes
Cull mid i-ximiino our new fall gucdc N- w goods Nw
goods. New goods.
THE BALTIMORE CLOTHING, SHOE AND DRY GOODS CO.
IO AND 13 PATTON AVESISTXJE, ASHEVILLE.
WANTHI) A lonn of $1,000 011 (tilt edge
collateral. Addrtss "H," Citizen Office
WANTKH To rent three furnished rooms
ill nice locality lor family of three crown
liersons. Address l. II. J.i
0.71131 Care Citisen, unming terms.
WANTKD A imsition ill n bank in Asheville
hy a young mnn having twenty () years
experience in n bunk at the North Address
9-4.I1111 X. Y. Z.. This office.
WANTHD-StroiiK ly to do nothing but
IIATTKKY PARK r'RUIT KXCHANOK,
S-vxlti 49 l'utlou avenue.
1OSITION WANTKU-Clcrksllip or light
work of some kind wanted y a young man,
good education and Kood reference. Address
9-;diw Citizen Office.
WANTKD In order to Introduce our work,
and secure agents everywhere, we will
dye a cont, vest or limits for any one in the
I'ntled Stutes free of charge. In sending goods
hy return mail, please send stamps for return
(Kistage. Address Harriss Steam lye Works,
314 South Illouut street, Kulelgh, N. C.
1HR RKNT -A j-nsiiii cottage. Short wnlk
from court square.
idjl HKAKUKN, RANKIN t CO.
1OR RUNT The building No. ,V), South
Main street, known as the boston saloon.
Apply to C.S. L'OOI'HK,'
H-jMltf 67 N. Main St.
IJHiR RKNT Store with dwelling attached for
- rent at llingham Heights. Reasonable
terms apply NO, 30 STARNKS AVE.
IjV)R RKNT A 3 story store house corner
. North Main street ami Merrhuon avenue.
Upstairs suitable for family. Apply to
6-7dlf T. H. MAUI.OY, hirst National Dank.
IJTRNISHKl) ROOMS-Aftel Septemtier 1st
pieties desiring furnished rooms can he nc
comniodated at College street. One square
Iront the court house.
1j.7d.1w MRS. MARY MONTOOM KR Y.
BO A K DING.
INGI.KSl DK .v l''rench llroad avenue, delight
ful room uow vacant. Terms reasonable.
BoARDINCi With private family. Large
pleasant rooms, rates reasonable. Apply
B-l4lllll ft STARNKS AVK.
flASTI.K RKST-First-class boarding house.
- Centrully located. No. 34 drove street.
4-Iodtf MRS. SC1IIKKMKISTKR.
BOARDING At Oak Terrace, 94 Hillside
street, on Lookout mountain electric car
ine. Large grounds and plenty of shade.
Terms from $5 to $7 tier week.
6-ijdtf MRS. M. K. HILL.
FIR SALK-Kight neat (lonlar tables, turned
legs, suitable for dry goods, etc., size 4', feet
by 30 inches wide. liNol IRK,
AI.AKGK and valuable mastiff, 3 years old,
for sale or exchange for pair of rough
coated Fox Terriers, address
LOCK nox Su.
9-Sdwedfisatn Ashcville, N C.
1JOR RKNT OR SALE All eight room house
. with ten acres of land, five in grass, near
Itingham Heights. Itnrn and stable on place.
Apply 011 the premises or at
H-jsd I mo NO. 9J WOODH N ST.
NOTICK-To the public school teachers of
lluncombe county, nud to all whom it may
concern : I mav alwavsbe found in niv office
in the court house in Ashevllle on Saturdays of
each week. Will have no other regular office
days, A. H. FKLMKT,
Supl. Public Instruction, Buucoiube Co.
NOTICK Positively no hunting, fishing,
ranging stock or trespassing in anv way
will lie allowed upon the lands formerly known
as the Whittier tract in Swain county, N. C, ex
cepting those having special written permission.
All trespassers will lie prosecuted.
UNAKA & Tl'CKSKKUKK, TIMIIRR & LAND
COMPANY. B. A. Chew, Mgr.,
9-3d&v4uxl Oryson City, N C.
NOTICB lly virtue of the power f salt
eontninrd In a deed of trust executed hy
r C Stames nud wife, a M Starnea, dntcd
Aiirll lllth. 1NK2 and registered in the office
of the Register of Heeds for Buncombe county,
North Cnrnllnn In hook no 2R nf mortKugrs
nud deeds of trust, on imgcs r54et icq. and
by reason of the default on the part of the
aid T. C. Starnca in the payment of the
Indebtedness secured by laid deed of trust,
end at the request of til.) person entitled to
the money due under said deed of trust: nnd
secured thereby, the undersigned trustee
nnnieu 111 saiu necii 01 trust, will, on Tuesduy,
the ilSth duy of Scntcmher. lHOs. at 12 m.
at the conrt house door, in the city of Ashe
vllle. N C. sell nt public auction, fur cash, to
the highest bidder, the land and premises
conveyed in laid deed of trust, to which as
registered as stated above, reference is here
by made for the purpose of description. This
T WILSON 8HAri.K8S,
TOTICR-By virtue of the power in mc vested
I hv a certain deed of trust made and .
cuted to the undersigned as tru-tee hy I. B.
Bostic and wife, B. I', Bustle, betting date the
15th day of becemlier, 1891, to which reference
ia hereby made aa the aame aoneara of record
In book 11 at pages mo tt sei., in the office of
the Register of Deeds in and for the county of
Diiuroninc tor 11111 particulars, to secure certain
Indebtedness therein mentioned, sad default
having lieen made In the nmvUlnn nnd mmtl.
tlons of said deed of trust, and having lieen re-
,uc:u mj me ccnui que trust tnerein narucii
to execute the power ol sale contained therein,
because of such default. 1 win .n Bi .i.iin
auction at'tht court house door In the city of
davoftMoher, ifsii. to the hum hl.t,i.r r.
cash the property conveyed In said deed of
irusi; ine nine ye..,, an unoidsided one-third
Interest In and to what Is known aa the Walsh
land lylhi near the northeast port Ion of the city
of Ashevilleand near Rnntet Drive, and the
won wu in 11 ii. wi miKn w vwnea ny Thoa, D.
Johnston. J. O, MHRRIMON,
!" , . Truatet.,
WESTERN COAL" FIELDS.
Valuable Rangoa Throughout the
Klch Veins In Washington Future rossl
bllltlcs of a Krglun Hitherto Sup
posed to Ho Devoid of
Tho mugnltudo of tlio coal deposits)
in tho istittu of Waslitngton is little
realized away from tho l'uoiflo cotist.
Not all tho Atlantic status combined
contain such a supply, according to a.
writer in tho New York Tribune.
Workable veins aro known to exist in
eighteen out of tho thirty-four coun
ties, and they cover on area of more
than 1,000,000 acres. TI10 coal ranges
la character from cnnnel to semi-on-thracitc,
through oil grades of domestic,
gas, steaming, coking nnd smithing
coals. With the exception of the Itus
lyn mines in Kittitas county, tho pro
ductive measures Ho west of tho Cas
cade range. They lire all lignite and
bituminous. Anthracite hnsbecn found
in tho Olympics and in tho Cascades,
and there Is a line deposit at the base
of Mount Rainier. These, however,
have not been developed sufllciently to
judgo of their values. The lignite
measures extend from llritish Columbia
on tho north to tho Columbia river;
and east from Pugot sound fifteen
miles. Tlio area covered is cstlmuted
at 800,000 acres. Less than 2 per cent,
of all this territory has been worked,
although about 5 per cent, of it Is
owned by companies prepared to open
up veins as soon as the market is ready
for the output. Many hundred acres
aro held by prospectors who luck tlio
money to develop their claims. Of tlio
mines already in operation the New
Castle, owned by the Oregon Improve
ment company, lies twenty-one miles
from Seattle and consists of four veins,
tho shallowest of which Is threo feet,
tho deepest twelvo feet. Tho coul is
excellent for steaming purposes. Tho
Oilman mine, forty-two miles from
Seattle, is now working two of Its tivo
veins. Tho output is high-grade lig
nite, with small streaks of bituminous;
too small, however, to warrant separa
tion. Tho Cedar mountain mine is
working two vt-lns, one of them eleven
feet six inches in depth. At Franklin
the coal is of a scmt-bltumlnous char
acter, the deposit being of a somewhat
older geological formation. Tho same
Is true of tho Illack Diamond mine,
thirty mllos from Seattle. This inlno
employs something like 600 men and
Its capacity Is estimated at 1,000 tons
Tho Skagit county mines bid fair to
bo of moro tmmenso value in tho near
future. The preliminary tests made
by tho Yorktown Indicated that this
coal is the best for steaming
purposes on tho sound. It also makes
a very superior coke. Tho bituminous
measures join tho lignite on the east
and extend to the Cascade range. Tho
veins are so twisted that it is Impos
sible to determine their number. Tho
Carbon river group is developed moro
than tho others, four veins being
worked, the product high grade gas
and steam coal. Twelve miles north Is
the Baglng river group, consisting of
eight veins, four of which aro being
worked. Tho Iloslyn mines aro 1S3
miles east from Seattle. Their .veins
lie nearly horizontal, near tho surfaco,
and cover an area of 100,000 acres. Tho
mine have been la operation since
1880. Over 1,000 men are employed,
and tho dally output is about 2,500
tons of bituminous lump coal, well
adapted to domestic and steaming
purposes. Tho tlrst discovery of coal
tn Washington was made In 1853, at
Bellingham bay, but no export of Im
portance was mudo until 1870. Last
year over a million und a quarter tons
were marketed, which for a season of
depression is no bad showing. The
Washington coal veins aro easier mined
than those of the eastern states on ac
count of the angles at which thoy dip,
allowing them to bo opened by
tunnels,, and saving the exponse of
hoisting the output. Timber for
bunkers, etc., Is cheap and abundant;
water for washers Is to be found every
where. This, of course, has a great
bearing on tho values of tho measures.
Jt seems only a question of time before
Washington will be tho largest coal
produolng district In the United States,
and probably the largest In the world.
Foreign Visitor "Is it true tnat
one man often hangs a jury in this
country?" Litigious Native (with evi
dent regret) "Yes, stranger; but not
with a rope." Buffulo Courier.
Crown In iardeua in South Carolina A
Slate Agriculturist's Opinion.
Some line specimens of American tea
hove been sent from Kujette, N. C,
this season to northern markets, und,
according to the New York Kvening
l'ost, the results of the sales seem to
Inilleatu that the culture of this crop
In parts of the south may yet lead to
large fortunes. It, is not generally
known thut uttempts were made to es
tablish tea ganlens here before the war,
nnd that since the end of that out
break systematic efforts have been
made to revive the old gardens, l'sof.
Massey, of the State; Agricultural col
lege, lias been Instrumental In trying
to spread information among the farm
ers concerning the culture of tea, and
a few have been induced to put out
gardens. The tea sent fnjm the old
Smith farm this season brought eighty
cents a pound, and soinu from the
Snmmervillo gardens in South C'uro
llnu brought us high as 0110 dollar a
pound. Last summer tho tea cut nt
Summervllle amounted to n dozen or
two pounds, and this yenrseveral times
amount hits lieen sold.
Dr. Shepard says that the leaf grown
in tho south is better for black than
for green tea and that tho cost of pick
ing is about twenty-flvc cents a pound
of cured ten. On a large scale, and
with tho liest apparatus for gathering
nnd curing, this cost might he lurgely
reduced, lie feels coiilident, however,
that eheap-rnte culture could never lie
made pmlituhle here on account of tho
lower wages that rule in Japan nnd In
dia und Chimt, but tltc higher grade
tens can lie raised with considerable
profit. Dr. Shepard is increasing his
tea gardens every year, nnd when tho
plants arc old enough to vleld good
crops lie proposes to put in good ma
chinery and start into tea selling for
money. I'rof. Mussey says that the
llnest tea lie ever tasted wns grown in
the smith, and he lias no doubt it will
he u future profitable crop in tho Coro
llnns. Mr. Jackson, 11 n expert tea
grower from Assam, who had charge
of the Suniuiervllle plantation under
den. 1.0 Due, says that with negro h
lir he can raise tea more cheaply thun
Is done with coolie labor in India be-euiif-e
of its greater reliability. In re
gard to the hardiness of the tea plant,
all observers seem to agree that north
of thirty-live degrees it is unwise to at
tempt to cultivate It. Around Old Point
Comfort, where some plants have been
growing more or less feebly for years,
tho winters cut tho plants badly, und
on the upper part of tho Delaware pe
ninsular they were entirely killed. Hut
south of these points, In the plney woods
country-extending from Itnlcigh to tho
gulf, tea plants can lie grown with
great success, and tho time may not be
fur distant when American tea will
compete openly tn the market with that
shipped from China, Japan and India.
Napoleon as a KlmroiL
An anecdote of tho first Napoleon
is told in 11 story, forming part
of the recollections of tho two
uncles of tho writer, described as
"favorites" of Napoleon III., runs as
follows: Ouco, hunting with tho em
peror, they woro consoled by him for
their bad shooting, with tho assurance
thut tho first Napoleon was even a
worst shot than they. It seems that
whenover a stag was brought to bay,
It was usual to leave tho animal to bo
killed by Napoleon. On ono occasion
Napoleou could not bo found, and tho
master of tho hounds did tho busi
ness. Suddenly Napoleou arrived,
and tho stug was hurriedly propped up
on his legs with tree boughs. Tho gun
was handed to him und ho tired at the
stag, which, of course, fell to the
ground, while u piteous whine from a
bound showed that something different
from a dead stag was hit. Napoleon
was completely deceived, and observed:
"After all, I 11m not so bad a shot as
thoy try to make out."
Moro Frills Than Comfort.
"If they make my homo much more
attractlvo and comfortable." said Mr.
lillmmcrton, "I shall have to leave It
altogether. They have taken there
lately to making sofa nnd chair cush
ions of lovely materials, and very soft
and comfortable, which they scatter
around on tho chairs and sofas, but It
seems that theso are for visitors only
and to look at; they aro not for mem
bers of tho family. If I forget and sit
down on one of them I hear Mrs. Olim
merton or Miss Ollmmorton say: 'Oh,
don't do that!' nnd then thoy corao and
pat it and smooth It and fix it over
again, but I know thut Its Invitation Is
not for me."
GREAT SUMMER SALE
Is still going on. having still quite a variety of desirable goods
on hand which we do not wish to carry over, we will pWe the
same on the bargain counters throughout our store at prices
that will never again prevail
100 pieces of the well known brand of bleached domestic. Fruit
of the Loom, H).. pur yard; 1,000 pieces of Plautei's brand, yard
blenched domolic worth 8c,
5c. per mi. d 1 000 piews of A 'A
yard wide unhlet.ch d dmiti.
worth (ic, 5c. per yard.
WILD II0US IN ARIZONA.
Largo Drovo3 of Dogonorate De
scendants of Tamo Porkors.
Tho Thrilling; Experience nf an Over-Con.
fldcnt Hunter Who Went Oat to
Hag; a Tender Vouni; Sucker
A Had Old Hour.
Tho wildest of wild hoys livo both
above nnd below Yuma, on the Colo
rado river, says the San l'rancisco
Chronicle. Whilo tho steamer was ly
ing at Castle Domo landing a few days
since, loading with ore, u lino band of
them on tho opposite shore came down
to tho river to feed on the banks, where
tho grass and weeds were green, and to
get a drink of water. They paid no
attention to the boat or to the Indians
at work. After loating around for
nwhllo an old hoar cauic out of tlio
brush, und, on spying us, gavo a
"swish," and away they nil went.
Hardly a day pusses that the Indians
and cattlemen do not run upon them.
These bands seem to be moro timid
than ugly. When tho la to Thomas
Wythe was trying to settle a colony at
Lenin, forty-five miles below Yuma
on the Colorado, ho set down a largo
number of very lino full-blooded Berk
shire and Poland-China pigs, nnd turned
them loose on tho banks of tho river
near Lerdo, wliero they lived on the
roots, gross, weeds, tules and mosquito
beans; bred, multiplied, kept fat and
filled tho low nnd tule lands with a
large limnlwr of fine porkers. Never
seeing a human being, except now nnd
then it lono Indian, they soon beeamo
wild, nnd wilder still, and scattered
until tho low hinds nnd woods wero
full of them. Notwithstanding that
the coyotes slaughtered tho llttlo ones
In great numbers, they have Increased
until It Is estimated that at tho pres
ent time there aro moro that ten thou
sand of thorn roaming up and down
tho Colorado and Ilurdlo rivers, from
their mouths upas high as tldo runs, or
from sixty-five to seventy miles this
side of the gulf.
They go wherever they please; noth
ing stops tliem in tnelr course. When
the Colorado is at its flood they will
cross It from shoro to shore, oven near
tho llarille, where It Is four miles wide
when nt its highest gauge. Their range
gives them tho lincst of feed wild,
sweet potatoes, tules, stray fish, clams,
dead turtles nnd seaweed along the
river bank nt low tide. They are un
molested, except now und then by u
hunter who finds his way down tho
river. Most of tho hunters give tho
wild swine a wide berth, except now
nnd then as they happen to spv n nice
little roaster on tho bank ftnit within
easy rifle shot.
A' fewyeurs ago a man and his family
wero living a few miles below the col
ony on the bank of the Colorado. Uo
hud a pair of very fine, largo stag
hounds, which tho owner claimed could
run down and kill any wild hog lu that
.region. One day ho took dogs and rifle
,nud went for a nico little ono, just right
for tho oven. IIo had not gone far be
foro ho found a largo band of hogs, and
turned his dogs loose on them. No
sooner had they started when out of
tho tules near by jumped an enormous
!boar, a monster, who, with mouth wide
open, paying no attention to the dogs,
mado for tho hunter. Tho luttor drew
'up his rifle and fired, but on cuma tho
boar, tho dogs nipping him at every
Jump. Tho hunter fired a second shot,
but on camo tho beust. Tho hunter
turned and ranforainivwntltotrcoafinv
yards distant, tho hogcloso to his heels,
lie dropped his gun and jumped for
.life, grasping a limb of tho treo just as
tho hog grabbed his punts and toroouo
hnlf of them from him, but ho was safo,
just out of reach. Tho dogs all this
whilo ran grabbing tho hog by tho hind
logs, to which tho beast puld no atten
tion. The mad hour seized the bark of
tho treo In his great tusks and tore it
into shreds. Finally he turned upon
tho dogs, instantly killed ono and
wounded the other so that it died soon
aftor. He then turned his attention to
tho treo where sot tlio hunter. IIo
guarded him until it was dark. Twico
did tho man get down and try to got
his riQo, but his foo was on guard and
drove him back up tho tree. During
tho night the boar left. Daylight camo
and so did help. Tho men had hardly
reached tho river and got In their boat
when down camo tho old hog after
them tn vain pursuit.
"Are you not ashamed not to do
any work all the year round?" "Oh, I
would rather be ashamed than work."
i" , .
I Wtmf ft
Pntnra will confer n favor by handing in
these notices not later than 10 a ni on Sut
urduy. CATHOLIC CUI'KCII.
Cuthnlic church, corner Huvwciod and
Flint streets, as. It. White, rector Divine
service at 11 a tn; Sunduv schoul at IO a
m.; service daily at 7:30 a, in.
Hirst Baptist church Corner Colkw nnd
Spruce streets, Hcv. J. L. White, pastor
Services at 11 a tnandH:lr Din Sundnv
school at 9:HO a m.
French rtrond Ilntitlst church Sundnv
school at (l:HO a m. Divine worship ut 1 1
a m and 7,ao p. m.
Academy Hill Mission Sunday seluitd nt
3::t0 p m I'rnycr meetinK every Thursdny
West Knd Baptist Mission Hcv. W. P.
Southern. Sunday school at B:Ro a 111.
Prayer meeting every Saturday night.
Fern Hill llnptlst church, niltmnrc Krv
b L. FincS, pastor Sabbath school at
0:30 am: prcnchinK, 11 a m nnd s p m;
prayer meeting Thursday evening S o'clock.
Mt. Zlon Daptist church, corner Kuutc nnd
Spruce streets, Kev K. I'. Rumlcy pastor
Ser vices nt a m, 3 nnd 7 p m. Teoch
rr's mectinte .very Tuesduv night. Young
people's meeting Wednesday night. All
cordially inviud. Seats free.
11. K. Cornell, sot'Tii.
Central Methodist Kpiscopnl Church South,
Rev. II, F Chrciizberg pastor Diviileserviee
at 11a m, and s. IS p m. Sunduy school at
U::io n m; Kpworth League devo ionnl
meeting at 7 p m sharp; weekly prnyer
meeting Wednesday at S p m Visitors wel
comed. Bethel church. South Ashcville. Rev. T. P.
Mnrr, pastor Preaching at 11 a. m. nnd
p m. Sunday school at ll:.'lo a. m., I,. II.
Alexander superintendent. Epworth League
devotioual mcetlog every Friduy night.
Prayer meeting every Wednesday night.
All cordially invited.
Riverside M. U. church. South Rev J W,
Roberts, pastor Divine service 11 u in.
Sunday school at 3 p in.
North AshevillcM R. church, South Kev.
R I). Sherrill, pustur. Services at 11 a
m nnd 7:30 p m.
Sunduy school at the Methodist Chiniel on
Coll'ge street, beginning promptly at 11 .10 11.
First church Rer. R F. Campbell, pastor
Divine worship tomorrow nt 11 n 111.
Young people's meeting Wednesday even
ing at 7:.i. Sabbath School at n i. 111
Amuhsidc Presbyterinn Church. Key. I,. II.
Baldwin, pastor Divine worship at 11 am
nnd 7:45 p m. Snbbnth school at ,'t:3o p in
Men's prayer meeting every Sabbath morn,
ing nt 10 o'clock. The Young People's So
ciety of Christian Endeavor every HuMibOi
evening at 7 o'clock. Wednesday evening at
Bethany church, in Wo le bui'ditiK, Court
square, near Central Mack. I. Key . S. Mor
row, pastor Divine worship at II a 111 111111
M:3i p m. Snbbnth school ut 3 p in Prayer
meetinK Wedncsduy ut 8 p m.
Sabbnth school onur South.iilr avenue
and McDowell street. II a 111. Stntngrrs arc
cordially invited to intend these services.
Calvary Presbyterian church, col., Catho
lic Dill Sabbath achool 1 1 n. in.; preaching
3p m. and 7:30 p 111. Kev. C. II. Ducn
Trinity church, corner Church and Willow
tre'a, Rev. MeNcely DuDokc. rector
Sixteenth Sunday ntier Triuil y llnly Coin?
munioll 7:30 a m; Morning Prayer and Ser
mon 11a m; Sunday School f:0P; liven
ing Pruver :'i0 p tn All seats free.
M Mutthias' Episcopal church, II. S
McDulTy, Rector Morning service, Hum;
evening service, H:3o p m.: Sundnv school,
u::iua m; nt ly comniuntun 7 a m., every emn- (
day except the first Sunday in the month.
wcan sdAV niL'lit service at s:3u 11. 111.: holy
communion on All Saint day ut 7 a. ni
The ptitlic is cordially Invttcu to attend
SI Paul's Chnnel. Rev I II I'ostell. minis
ter in charge Services 1 n Ud and 4th Sunday
in each mouth at 11 11 111 St Andrew's Ser
vices on 1st and 3d Sunday ill each month at
4:30 p m
Upiscopat Chupel, at (Iracc Rer Win F
Rice, Minister in charge Sunday School, 10
111; Morning service, second and third Sun
d tys, 11 a in
h. e. church
Methodist Hniseonnl church, comer Pat-
ton avenue and Buttrick street, J. R, Can
non, pastor rreacmng nt 11 a tn nnu m n
m. Sunday school at U:30 a ni.
College Street M. B. church-Rev. A.
Clnrk. pastor Preaching cuch Sabbath at
11 a m. and 7 n m: Sundnv achool at 3 0
m. All are cordially invited.
CONOUBC.ATION IIKTII-ll A-Tl'.l'II.A II.
Religious services every Friday evening nt
0 o'clock and Saturday morning at 10
o'clock In Lyceum Hall.
Unitarian eh'irch. Milliard Hall, South
Main street, Kev. Henry A Westad. pastor
service bj the pastor at 11 a. tn.
St Paul I utheran church Lve um hall.
Nortl Ciurt I 'luce Sunday school at 3
Christian church, corner Woodl'in nnd
Spruce streits. Key 1 C McKeynolds mtstur
rreacmng at 11 a 111 nnu p:,iu p ni l'utnc
THE PEEK FOR 5c.
4d i mo
In fancy figures, plain and in stripes, worth 12c, the en
tire line at 8V,c.
50 pif ces of Scotch zepher, ginghams in stripes and
plaids worth 10c -12c, the entirejline at 7c.
50 pieces of assortment of dress goods worth 25, 5J0,
.'52 and .'55 cents, we are offeriug theentire line at 29c. per
1,000 pieces of l.ounsdale cambric worth 12c, now 10c.
Call for our W 11. corset, best in the country. Call for
our No 410 extra long waist, best 1. 00 corset in coun
try. Dtm't fail to examine our new early fall dress goods
What is the difference between
a sallow skin, dull eyes and fad
ed cheeks, and a ruddy complex
ion, bright eyes and rosy cheeks?
There are 2 answers:
1st Answuk : All the difference In
the world. One is ugliness; the other
2nd Answer : in cents ilfffrmee. For
25 cents will secure a three weeks
treatment (two different medicines)
which will cored your disordered liver,
banish all poisonous bile, purify your
blood, stimulate appetite, tone up the
nerves, and make a new creature of
This is a famous remedy, and
while perfectly harmless, it nev
er fails. It is made of the purest
Ask your druggist for Ramon's
Tonic Liver Pills. Two medicines
and two boxes for only one price.
A sure cure for Constipation and
80I.D IN ASHBVILLB BY
DR. T. O. SMITH,
Wholesale and Retuil,
W. C. Carmichifl, Worthen & Co., lleinKsh
Nt Rengun, Raysor & Smith.
I THE BEST.
FRENCH ENAMElifD CALF.
i 3.? POLICE, 3 Soles.
Yua can ry mnnpy by purchasing W . I,.
Because, we nre Ui largest manufacturer of
advertised bhoes in the world, aud guarantee
the value by stamping the name and price on
the bottom, which protects you against high
prices and the tmdilleinan's profits. Our hoes
equal custom work in style, easy fitting and
wearing qualities. We have them sold every
where at lower prices for the value given than
any other make. Take no substitute. If yuur
dealer cauuot supply you, we can. Bold by
J. D. Blanton. Asheville,
Enock Rector & Co., Marshall.
Arm BEST IN
Beware of Imitations. He sure to set the
original. Made only by
Taylor Mfsr. o., Nt. Louis
VITAL TO MANHOOD.
Dr. C C. WKST'H nf.rvr and urain TUF.AT-
MENT, a utmctflc. for HyMerla, Plutnefts, Fits, Neu
ralgia, Headache, Npttous Front ration cauned by
alcohol or tobacco, WakMulneM, Msntal Peprenniou,
Hoftt'ulnn of Brain, causing lnnanlty, misery, decay,
death, Premature Old Ave, Uarrennens, Lots of
rnwwr id mi nor ne-i, iiupoiency, leucorrncea sua an
Female Weuknefrj. Involuntary LcmM. H Derma-
tnrrhoja rnuced by over-exertion of brain, Helf-
miuru', over-iuiimtronro, a nmnin'ft Treatment, ti,
ft for S, by mall. With often order for A boxes, with
(ft will Bend written guarantee to refund If not cured.
ourw Hick Heu.lnehe. IlillouxneM. Liver GomDlalnt.
Sour tttnmach, ltyHpepHia and Constipation
uuAttAAibXin lsauea ouiy dj
T. C. eiiiith. Druggist,
Public Square. Ashevllle, N C
von rmixtt srj. nti rmAy
11113 ("jmrted ilimily to the Mil of
thiwodlMUM of ihcUMiito-UrlMiy Or
tnii, rcquirM no chui of dit at
niuuoui, mercurial or poimooui mi
kmnUt br Uka UitoroaUa Wlwti
AS A PREYENTIVK
by either ntx It Ii ImimnibUtoemitrMt
any vvntirMMiliMu; hut in IfetotMol
with (t.tnurrha't and (llwt, uarik
lnint. PHmbv mall niMai mt
$ I par bo, or boit tor fe
LADIES D XOU KNOW
DR. FELIX LC BPUN'3
STEEL 01 PEP YROYIIl PILLS
rcthonriginnl Kiul only FIIKNC! It, wife-ami m
liable cure on tli" market, I'rinstUU: sent liy
mail, (fanuino Bold only by
T. C. Rtnitb, Dragartat.
and Opium Habit,
cured at lioiuu ttiiii
V Atlanta, tia, OtB
: 'PAINT ,
SC '.D UNDER OlTAWAMTlfB
ACT COSX IXS3 THAN tUft FSB OAL.
Ilenrden. Rankin & Co., held Hie apvy Ibl
the I,. & M. Paints for ten years until thev
retired from business. Tliey considered it the
best paint sold. The exclusive aiieucy is now
DR T. O. SMITH,
Wholesale I)ru(i((it, Ashcville, N. C
15 South Main St.
Our goodij are coming iu.
Too busy to write ads un
til we get thein opened and
in the Rhelvee.
J. M. STONEK, Mtfi
Remember our 4-4 Sea Is
land Finish Sheeting At 5c.