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aud oth-rs trf the largest public ,
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price is the same. . -
SEYMOUR CHEMICAL CO.
31 and 32 Park Row, New York.
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MRS. C.B. INGRAM,
"FRENCH BROAD AVENUE, CORNER
HAYWOOD STREET. '-" ' ,
Jliniature painting. Portraits In cfayon,
' oil and water colors. . Menu cards decor
- ated.
Instructions given in drawing and paint
ing. wed-4-w.
IN otning is too goou
- lor ihe family, to' eat. Economy,! too, dl
reots you to us. Quality is the best of
'-' cheapness. Our jmeats retain their nutri-
mentr and being perfectly aged lose noth
. lng.by Bhrinfcage in cooking. '
Game in' season. Peerless sausages at
v num. co..
-Telephone 66. Market House.
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West ; '
Comb
A ' i Square
and see the Lapidary at work on the finest
native gems the state produces.
Eyery stone is guaranteed to be as rep
resented. f. . , '
; Magnificent Beryls, and Amethysts on
exhlVtion in my window.
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Late of" London, Paris and New York. .
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' A monthly magazine devoted to setting
forth the true position and teachings of
the Catholic church. . Offered to non-Cath
olics at the nominal price of 10 cents per
annum. Address REV. iTHOS. F. PJtlCE,
itaieign. JN. u. . -
nave you a nome mat will : accommo-
aaie ooaraersT a.- Gazette "Want" or
"boarding house" advertisement' at one
cen- a word will bring them.
The largest and most complete
; -assortment o
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We have a complete line of ' Calif Omia "WineG. They are , fine for' summer drinking
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BULLETIN
Cameron & Cusbmah;
j ) Real Estate Aflents. .
No; 17 Paragon Building, Corner
Patto
: -Avenue and "Haywood St., Opposite
Postofflce. -.
SPECIAL r ATTENTION ," GIVEN v TO
RENTING. OP. CTTY PROPERTY, jTHB
COLLECTION OF RENTS AND .TBI
CARH OP ESTATES! t i ;
WE DONT SPECULATE.
Changes occur in this Buletla every
- ' 'FOR. RENT. I -
A FURNISHED HOUSE, of eight rooms.
Rent moderate. ' . ,J.
I AT ,TRYON, N. A nice furnished or
unfurkished house of eight rooms, warmly
built and Nheated by furnace. Supplied
with water by hydraulic ram and tank-.
Rent moderate. '
A DELIGHTFUL FURNISHED WIN.
TR HOME, 14 miles from railroad 9ta
tion; : pleasant neighbors. A verywarnt
house built in logbouse style; 5 large
rooms, besides kitchen; store room, bath,
large broad piazza, four open fireplaces.
Fully furnish edexcept linen and silver.
Rent only $20.00
A HOUSE OF SIXTEEN ROOMS,, mod
ern conveniences, furnace, heat, .good, lo
cation. Rent moderate.
A NICELY AND COMFORTABLY FURr
NISHED house of eleven rooms with all
modern, conveniences ' including -furnace
heat, srood location near street car line.
Suitable for first-class boarding house J
Rent moderate. i -
' A NEW Ti-room house, modern con
veniences, excellent location. .
Houses furnished and unfurnished, from
$17 to $125 per month, in city and suburbs.-
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FOR SALE. '' .
IN BREVARD, N. C.A STOREHOUSE
and lot. The best business property in
town. .
AN" ELEGANT new residence in. ce i of
the best residence streets in the city; $
rooms besides reception hall; pantry, bath
room, basement and , finished attic, hot air
furnace, hot and cold water, electric lights
and fixtures, electric bells, etc; oak man
tel, tile hearths', club house grates; house
is double floored and weatherboard ed ;
southern exposure. Price moderate and
terms easy.
A NICE genteel, thoroughly built new
house of ".7 rooms i.on a favorite residence
street; bath, hot and cold water, electric
lights, etc Price n.oderate and terms
easy. v V -
SEVERAL fine city residences.
ON "SUNSET DRIVE A well-buffi
house, 9 rooms,- acres of ground, a su
perb view. Only $1,500.
ONE of tne nneet resioences m abuwviuo,
with 4 acres of highly improved grounds;
large and small fruits; a grand view; one
of the best in Asheyille ororicinJty. i
Gilt Edge City Lots.
VALUABLE PROPERTIES for dairy
ing, trucking, poultry raising or general
farming. -Within two miles or. tne cuy.
Other properues, cit ana supurDan.
farms, mountain lands.
r Call for "Glimpses of a Land, of Beao-
ty," illustrated pamphlet tree.
WALTER 8. CU3HMAN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Commisioner oi Deeds "
for New York
AND ,
NOTARY PUBtIC
. No. 17 Parogon Building.
i TO INVESTORS. x
The undersigned needs new capital to
enlarge a business that is uncommonly
safe, and which pays handsome profits. A
special partnership or other interest there
in, will be given to the right party. Ad
dress, stating amount of capital that can
be supplied if owner comes in.
- v Business,
32 Park Row, New York.
Refer to
Union "Associated Press, .
Building and Loan News, ,
Investment Association,
of -New York.
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WONDER!
(The New
'EUREKA Camera,
a genuine
company.
Kodak, made by
the Eastman
It holds six glass plates, 3 by 8 inches
in size. It has a fine lens, takes splendid
picture and those sold are delighting , the
purchasers. - . . . .
B.(H. COSBY,
i . -The
Reliable Jeweler,
' 27, PATTON AVENUBv
anteed. til to $80.
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MOTORS
'&OTTJrT X3sT SOUTH
they are cheap. If you use Beer try
Deer TOnTtmes
ni. p. a. marotjardt. Manner
A CLEVER TRICK. ' , ' .
! Itceittiatrifly looks like, it, butf there la
really no trick about i t" 'Any body dan. try
it who has Lame (Back and Weak ICidineys,
Mialairia or nervous troubles. We mean he
can cure himself right awtay. by taking
Electric Bf titers.' .This , medicine, tones up
jthte .whole system, laots as &' dhimnliamt -to
the Liver and Kidneys, is a blood purifier
and nerve tonic. It cures V- Constipation,
Headache Fainting , Spells,' SDeeplesanefta
and Melancholy. It d purely vegetabre, .
mUd V laxative, and restores the system fto
its (natural vigor.. Try'' Electric, Bitters
and be f convinced that : 'they" are- a miracle
worker:.' Every : tattle guaranteed., Only
50c a bottle at. T. C. Smith' Drug Store
and Pelham's Pharmacy. " '
Fine teeth' usually make broad: grins.-
Have you a house to rentT Try the peo
ple's column. ' '
.NOTICE. . -,-
By virtue of an execution issued from
the superior court of Buncombe coumty. on
the Judgment (Cotrell ; Watkins" and Com
pany assigned to Levi- Hamlin, . agent,"
plaintiffs against . B. Bostic, defendant,
which execution is returnable to the next
term of the superior court of said cqunty
and which is addressed to the" undersigned
sheriff of said countyi; the undersigned has
levied the same upon the real . property
hereinafter described; and will sell .the
same ait" public auction - for r cash at 12
o'clock m., on Wednesday, 8th day. of De
cember, 1897,' at the ; county court; house
door in the xrtty of Asheville; said .rel es
tate is situated m the said county of
Buncombe ahd in . the city of Asheville,
and is bounded and described as follows:
k 'Beginning at Col. Long's northwest cor
er, a stake 16 feet north . 2(5 west . from his
spring, and runs thence with. Col. Long's
line south 80 degrees west 128.5 feet tj' a
stake; thence south 62 degrees 30,, "nfeg
west 4 6.4 feet to a ; stake ; then e south 42
degrees 35 minutes west ; 129 feet,: crossing
the railroad track to a white oak at the
west pe d of an old dam,. Col. Long's cor
ner: thence north 4 degrees east "188 feet
to a stake on the south edge of Lookout
Mountain road: thence with the margin of
said road the following course, and "dis
tances: North 66 degrees 10 'minutes east
60 feet: thence north 23 Segrrees 10 min
utes east '220.3 feet ,to a stake: thence
south 48 degrees 50 minutes east 57 feet to
a stake: thence south 68 degrees 56mtri
utes east 64.45 feet crossing a small branch
to a stake In Col. -Long's north line; thence
with his line . crossing the -branch north
58 degrees 12 minutes west 115 feet to the
beginning. Also lots 25 and 2$ of the plat
which Is registered In the register's office
of Buncombe county in book 71 of deeds,
page 495 to which, reference is hereby
made for further particulars..:
. This November 2. 1897.
W. M. WORLET, Sheriff.
By Chas. D. McDonald, D. S.
229-wed-4t
NOTICE.
By virtue of an execution Issued from
the superior court of Buncombe, county on
the judgment dn Vhich Silliger and New
man and W. W. Jones are plaintiffs
against jB. Bostic, defendant, which exe
cution is returnable to the next term of
the superior court for said county and
which is addressed to the undersigned sher
iff of said county, the undersigned has lev
led the same upon the real property here
inafter described and will sell the same
at public auction for cash at 12 o'clock m.,
on Wednesday, 8th day of December, 1897,
at the county, court house door in the city
of Asheville; said real estate1 is situated in
the. said county Of Buncombe and In the
city of Asheville and is bounded and de
scribed as follows:
Beginning at a stake, at the corner of
Bennett and North Main streets in the
city of Asheville and runs south 14 degrees
35 minutes east 29.2 feet to ' a stake in
the margin of Torth Main; thence north
38 degreees 04 . minutes" east 70 feet to a
stake thence north 53 degrees 04 .minutes
east 35 feet in the margin of Bennett
street thence with the said margin south
59 degrees 45 minutes west 87.1 feet to
the beginning. Also lots 2 and 3 of a plat
which Is registered in the .-gister's office
of Buncombe county in book 71 of deeds.
page 495 to which reference is hereby
made for further and fuller description.
This November 2, 1897. ,
W. M. WORLEY, Sheriff.
By Chas. McDonald, D. S.
229-wed-4t
NOTICE.
By virtue of 'the power conferred- in a
deed of trust executed on the 4th day of
March, 897, by John (By. Whiteside and
Mary E. - Whiteside conveying to me as
trustee the hereinafter described land to
secure the payment of certain notes to the
Hickory Manufacturing company, and the
said John B Whiteside and Mary E. White
side having failed to make payment of said
notes as agreed upon, I will on ,the 6th day
of December, 1897, at 12 o'clock, noon, at
the court house door in the city of Ashe
ville, sell at public auction for cash the
following described land situate in the
county of Buncombe, city of Asheville, adjoining-
the lands-ofJ. J. Machey, J. W.
Andrtnn flnd others riesMrriheri aa fnllnnra.
I Beginning at a stake on the south side of
Senev street at the northeast corner of J. J.
Mackey's lot and running thence with the
south side of "Seney-''street west 64 degrees
east, 51 feet, to J. W. Anderson's .corner;
thence j with said Anderson's line south 52
degrees feast, 161 feet, to a stake; thence
south 68 degrees .west, 60 feet, to a. stake:
thence souty 52 degrees west, and with
J. J. (Mackey'S line 161 feet, to the begin
nings said land being fully described In the
above mentioned deed of trust 'registered
In the office of the register of deeds of
Buncombe county in book 34, page 592.
This November 2, 1897.
.V "' A. L. MELTON. .
' ':-'a "K"'.?:-. . . . Trustee.
$12-3000 BICYCLES -
must be closed out , at once. Standard. '97 Models , puar
! '96 Models GMTLto $20. 2nd hand
wheels $5 to 15; Shipped to Any V - One on approval
without advance deposit. Great factory clearing1 sale.
EARN A BICYCLE by Helping: advertise us. We will give
)ne agent in each town FJK-Kifi UHi of a sample wheel to m
trod uce them. Write at once for our special offer.
"," -w. S. Mead Cycle .Co;, Wabash Ave., Chicago, 211.
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MISS TRUDY'S VIEWS
(Continued! From Fifth- ;tPage. )
' J Don 't know whether I do or not. Never
drove one. Fancy Hike a boat Ijest."' )
- , ' Yea, fc ' One - Harry Farnsworth.s too
many in a family. " ; And then fchexi w
another silence. - M' . . .i ' '
"Do you drinkf" said she, gazing stead
ily vinto. the fire., " ';-,-
?; .." About as much as you dp, I suppose.
I like brandy in my. mince pies, though-''.
And then there' : came "a t laugh into hit
eyesf and he leaned, forward and tilted up
her chin. ). "Look at me, Trudyy'' said hev
Do you mean to take me, after all?" '
v "I don't know but 1 do,. Geoff," said
she. .: "Iuess I should do . as well as the
others have done if I did. And, my good
ness, there's the minister I I'd most forgot.
He always comes for his chickens and
tarts the night before Thanksgiving. "
VThen take me now," said Geoff. "I've
got nothing., I'm "nobody, but we might
be happy yet." .
' "With a sort of afternoon happiness,"
said Miss Trudy, swallowing a sob. ,
, ",We can go down, hill together. Here's
my purse. ' Quick 1 .You'll have to pay
the minister. " , -
And then there was a bustling noise 61
welcome as the minister and his wife came
in for 'their, customary basketful, and an
"NOWHERE." ,
outcry of surprise and question, and a few
solemn moments of low spoken words,
and another bustling noise of adieus, and
Miss Trudy stepped outdoors after the
minister, and his wife a moment to look at
the stars in the clear wintry sky. "If
you'd just as lief, call into Jane's or Loui
sa's as you go by," exclaimed - Miss Trudy
after the departing' pair, "and eay you
guessed I'd done about as well as the oth
ers, after all " And then Geoff drew her
in and shut and bolted the door.
"Do you know," remarked Miss Trudy,
looking up from her. knitting as she sat
by her husband's side a little later and
after he had put fresh coal upon the fire
"do you know I somehow feel as if I
were 20 ,years old again, Geoff and you
were 22. We've got a great deal to be
thankful for, haven't we? Tomorrow's
Thanksgiving day. Did you know it?
Humph well yes I don't see that I've
got a better reason for thanksgiving than
that you've eome- home, Geoff, and I've
married y ob I" " 1 -
SPECIAL RATES
Offered by the Southern-Through-Train
Service Continued
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The Southern 'Railway company offers
the following round trip 'rates fr&m Ashe
ville: -' : ' "' ' '
Meeting Grand, Lodge of Masons,' Win
ston, N. C.i tickets on sale Dec12-16, lim
ited to Dec. 25; rate $13. v
North Carolina conference ; A. M. E.
Zion church, Newbern, tickets on sale Nov.
22-24, limited to Dec. 4; rate, $15.80.
W. N. C. annual conference A. M. E.
church, .colored, Raleigh, tickets on sale
Nov. 23-25, limited to Dec 4; rate; $11.
North Carolina annual conference Metho
dist Protestant church, High Point, tickets
on sale, Nov. 22-24, limited to Dec. 1; rate,
$7.30, , '
Virginia and North Carolina Thanksgiv
ing day football game, Richmond, tickets
on sale Nov. 24-25, limited to Nov. 27; rate,
$12.35.
For fuller particulars apply to Frank R.
Darby, C. P. & T. A.
Mr. Darby has received notification of the
resumption of tourist sleeping oar servi,
which was : temporarily 'suspended on ac
count of quarantine, between Washington
and San Francisco, on Wednesday, the 24ln.
Through train service is now .operatea
between New York and New Orleans over
the Southern Railway, through Atlanta and
iMonteomerv. and rjasseneers going west
of New Orleans to Texas, Mexico or Call
fornia will have no trouble in passing
through New. Orleans.
A NOTED ATLANTA CASE.
For four years I have been afflicted With
a very troublesome nasai cacarrn. so ier
rible (has its nature been that when I blew
my nose small pieces of bon would fre
quently come out of my mouth and nose
The discharge was, copious and at times
very offensive.' Mv blood became so im
pure that my general health was greatly
impaired, with poor appetite and worse di
gestion. Numerous medicines were used
without relief, until I began the use-of Bo
tanic Blood EalmB. B. B.and three bot
ties acted almost like magic. Since? its
use, over a year, not a symptom -has re
turned, and I feel in every way-quite re
stored in health. 1 am an old citizen of At
lanta and refer to almost any one. living
on Bu tier street," and-more particularly to
Dr. L.- M. Gillam, who " knows f my case
MRS. ELIZABETH' KNOTT, --
, Atlanta, Ga.
Don't by substitutes, said to be "just, as
good," but buy tne old reliable and Stand
ard Blood Purifier of the age. B. B. B
$1.00 per large bottle. For sale by Pel
ham's Pharmacy, -24 Patton avenue.
BEAUTIFUL PICTURES GIVEN AWAY
At Lindsay's Art Parlors until Nov.. 30
Every person having photographs made
will receive a coupon for one-half -the
cost of the photos.;; which wlirbe received
at its face value in payment - for any of the
beautiiui iramed pictures ..in- the studio
Prices of any gallery duplicated with the
coupon, ill addition. -These pictures are
oeaunes. vjsee - the fine display at studio
soutn (Jourt Square. : tf.
iuu m t cure consumutlon.. but vou
can avoid It and cure every other form of
throaf or lung trouble by th use of One
Minute Cough Cure. White 3. Smith Drug
company.
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i '.ine.f pawnbroker ;Is always avloansome
man. ' . r - , , 5 -
Disfigurement for life bj burns or scalds
may be avoided by: Using DeWitt'e .Witch
Hazel Salve, the- great remedy for piles
ana ror. ail kinds of sores and skin troub
jes. v fiite U. Smith - Drug Company
Thai the" dude is a 'mistake ls evident on
tne-taoejof ythe thing. f--- . - v
- Just try a box of Cacarets,: the finest'
iiver, and bowel regulator ever made, 5 A
f einam's Pbarmacy.
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v Citizens of Kendrick, Tata county, Ida.,
have been obliged ta fight large numbers
of bears which have invaded their orchards
nightly, owing, it is said, to failure of the
Wild berry crop in the mountains.
It is said that August was the banner
month in the history of Bar Harbor.
A young Whale weighing about 2,000
pounds? wad captured the ether day off
Biddeford Pool, Me. x
A Waterville (Me. ) man is reported blind
as the result of swallowing' a piece of to
tmeco he was chewing:
It will cost not less than $500 and not
less than six months' imprisonment to
ring a horse in North Carolina this sear
Eon. .
Did you ever "hear of
pork as a diet? of an epicure
of a chef'whoused lard in
77a u jl jri nnn
is endorsed by physicians epicures and eookirig authorities
( lor its healtiiulness. delicarv-1and effirieTirv - i '
The genuine Cottolene is sold everywhere in one to
ten pound yellow tins, -with our txade-marks--'Cb7Zw'
.and steer's head in, 'cotton-Slant trwTh-Jnn wrv in
?Not guaranteed if sold in any other wayl' S Made only by
vr.-';;v':i'Pini!1f.'ir: mrmiimr viwniv ? r' ' 1
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Patton Avenue.
BUCKLEN'S AiRNICA SALVE.
The best calve in the world, forCuts,
Burises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Soifes, Tetter, ;. Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and, ail Skm 'Eruptions, and posi
tively cures Piles or. no payrequired. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or" money refunded. Price 25c. per box.
For sale by ,T. C. Smith and Pelham's
Pharmacy. T . ;
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1 - . NOTICE.
-The public is warned -against the agents
of S. R. ; Payne ' & Co., -who are traveling
through the county obtaining notes by false
representations.' vTlhey, profess to be sell
ing county rights lor a patent 'bed4 brace:
,t' : - A. L. LOGAN.
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ples coiumn. . . ; '
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a phjrsician recommeriding; fat
who enjoyed' lard-soaked food ?
his most dainty dishes?
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