North Carolina Newspapers

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PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
TllFO. F. DAV.l.SON, TllOS A.JoNKS
.. KniiKh. JA. G. MAKTIN. Ashcv.llc.
' . Ashcvllle.
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AVIDSON, MARTIN &JONBS,
Attorneys null Counsellors at Law,
Aslieville, N. C.
, IVill lit lice In the 1 ' th ' . 1 at 1 W, h"J
D,"t icls. i UK- Siiim-mc Cirt irf Norlh
r.. n.i. ami in the Federal Court, ol tl.c
Western liuini'i "Y' .,,
Refer to Hunk of Aslieville.
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(.HAS. A. MOOKK.
DI'I'P Ml'.KKICK.
rilOKUK MKKKIC'K.
' Attor.a-.vs and Councilors at Law.
mmmm
"social attention given to collection of
CX"T..crship docs not extend to prnHieein
Buncombe manor Court. '
I.
MKKKIMON,
Attorney ami Counsellors at Law.
I'rncticc iu all the courts. ..!,,,:
Olliee: Nor. 7 all.l H, Johnston building
disc liKU. A. siiuroKii.
W. '. JONKS.
WIlNliS & SlIl'l'OKII.
Attorneys ut Law,
AshcviUc. N. C.
I'ruetio
in the Superior Courts ol
North Carolina, y""?" rA.hevlllc
M,".me"rn Johnston hUnK here one nun,
ber of the firm can alwuys l.e fouml.
dluovll
J A. THNNBNT,
Architect and Contractor.
,u unit estimates lur
nih! il. ' All work in my line e
anil no charges for drawings
awarded me. , . ,
Kelerenees when lcsl.c.l.
Olliee: No. 12 Hendry Hluck,
intruded for,
on eontrads
North Court
liliHidl v
square. Asncvim-. .-
11.
II.
. DOUGLASS. U. II. S.
NO. 24 SOUTH MAIN ST.,
OENTAL KOOMS, .
Over OruiH .V WiiiKcrt's
Residence. NotlH llailey St
Mug Store.
fclil'Hlly
,i n ki:kvi:s. ii. U.S. H
K. SMITH, U. U.S.
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On. Reeves & SinitU.
dkntai. i
1 Cwaijlly UuildillK.
er Redwi
ill's Store.
l cel4iiradeil without iain, with tlienew
esi,eS!,.mlull cases of irregularity cor-
jM'fteil. . .
' JJ P. UUKGiN, M. U-
oi'fici: t
, T- ... conn.
.f-Ollll it MISKK1MON.
New Grand Central Building, over
Clothing Store.
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1IIB US
F. KAMSAY, I. U.S.
Dental
In Bnniarrt lluil.linK-lintrauees,
Avenue and Main Street.
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J. V. ROIJLINi,
Veterinary Surgeon,
ASIIIiVILLU, N. C
Will iirwiiiv in the town and surrounding
,,"11. have seii-utilic horseshoeing
Juoue. Olliee ill Col. Kay's stables.
juir, d:iw
Dr. Krank Harvey,
Veterinary Surgeon.
Ollit c at Sevier's Stable.
ResWence with Mr. Natt Atkinson, Jr., No.
JJ11 Haywood street.
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JjBTHI'R M- 1'lliLI'.
graduate Optician,
Main Street.
"All meehanleal
ular defects of the eye eor-
recleo.
Hours for examination
5 p. in.
i 12 a. m.. 2 to
jlll'.l iltl
DENTISTRY.
The undeisiKileil linvinR resunieii
praetiee of luntislry in Ashiville, resiieetfully
tenders his urofessional services to thepulilic
l-'illinK teeth and treati.lK diseased riuiis spe
einltics. Loeul anasthetic to prevent pain
.applied when desired.
Olliee rooms on Patton .Avenue, one door
-..ul ..1 I'iim iv'h leweirv sioie, w.,n. ...
anerly oeeuiiied.
"B. I'. AKKINOTON.
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THE ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
Xiximi on Main street, opposite the posl
ulliee. I li .11 ilnily, .Mepl Sundays, from 111 n. in.
until 1 P- in-, and .r :io until 7..'U I", in.
The terms of suliseription are: One year
$2; mos., $l.r.ll; :i mi., $1 : 1 nio.. r.Oels.;
dailv li ets.
iltliivrs for ISK'.i President, K. K. knwls,
Vice-President. Charles W. Woolsey; Siciind
Treas., U. S. Watson: Librarian. Miss v.. J.
Citizens and visitors arc cordially invited
inHiM'et the eatuloiriie nail inseriiie men
names as members.
I'ehSdtf
jlll eyes fitted and lit Buarnnteed. A com
eU' stock of the above (jords at
CHANT'S ORUG STORE,
!U BOl'TH MAIN 8TRHUT.
Oculists' prescriptions a sisvinity.
frhCT.lnoi
ranydralm luu tlx
Shoos without nam. and r.
ibe bottom, put bim down as
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE GENTLEMEN.
Best In thn world. Ksamln his
1.00 tiKNIIINK II.NI-SKVK1 NHOB.
4.IM1 HANI-MKWK.I) lVI'.I.T SHOK.
t.flO POI.IOK AM) KAKlWKltS' SIIOB.
3.50 KXTKA VALI'I! ' HJ' MIOK.
W)HKINGU."'.S " 1
.00 and 1.1.1 I'.l '..-,'
All usde Iu Coimri 1
W. L. DQV
83 SHOE
Beat Malarial. Brst f
11 awl sold br ynur dester,
W. I DOUOLAS, 1
i. iHon
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8.
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AB3.
Examine W. I.. IIi.hk.hs li.oo
ajhoes for Gentlemen and Iadiea).
For sale bv
HERRING & WEAVER,
SO South Main Street, AsheviUe, N. C
junl9dly
'TttiMyT il-'"-' - ' si
BlTglNKMH AND PLKMUmE.
private Board.
For first-class bond, at reasonable
terms, npplv to Mrs. F. E. Hrecse, corner
College and" Spruce streets.
Whlip f'.lwml has siirncd and the Sioux
treaty now stands more than n wium oi
a show.
Terrible Forewnrnl.ms.
Couuli. in the moraine hurried or dilli-
eull breathinn, raising phlegm, tiKliliicss
iu the chest, iiickcncil pulse, cnunness in
th.. nvi.oimr i.r swen Is at tiiulit. a'.lorany
of these things are the first stages of con
sumption. Acker's English Cough Rem
edy will cure these learlul symptoms, aim
is sold under a jK.sitive guarantee.
Ieli.rnlawl w
Quicksilver is food for reflection only
when it is served on the back of a looking-glass.
Siecial sales of sheetings, towels, doy
lies, lawns, cambrics, dress linings, trim
mings of all kinds lielow cost, at Wlnt
lock's. A buy-word "How much ?"
Fur lame back, sideorchest, use Sliiloh's
Porous Plaster. Price cents.
SHlLOH'S COUGH and Consumption
Cure is sold by us on a guarantee. It
cures Consumption.
The man who mows his hay on Sun
day is generally cut by his neighbors.
Persons .olvanced in years feel younger
anil stronger, as well as freer from the
infirmities of age, by taking Ur. J. II.
McUan's Sarsaparilla. For saW liy I-.
I. Jacobs.
Gossip reminds us of a high building.
Only one story out ol a dozen rests on a
Inundation.
Ladies will find it to their interest to
buy tine goods Ijcluw cost at Whitlock's.
Scissors grinders do not complain of
dull limes.
JSasal Calarrli
Is a dantrcrotiK disease. From its ten-
dcucv to extend to the throat, bronchial
lubes, and finally to involve the lungs in
coiiKiimnlive diseases, it should be
promptly cured, that these grave dangers
mav lie averted. So confident arc the
inantifacturers of Dr. Sage's Catarrh
Ke.ncdv of their ability to cope success
fully with this very prevalent disease,
1 h.i'l tlicc have for vears otlcred, in good
faith, $.100 reward' for a ease of catarrh,
no matter how bail or ol now many
vears standing, which they cannot cure.
"Remedy onlv 50 cents, 'iy druggists.
Robert Itrowning's verse always was
oncer, and now he gives us Fitz in his
i
pot try.
All v Is must lie sold to make room
for clothing. Corsets, underwear, but
tons, zciihvrs. hosiery, liaiiclkcrchicl!
and gloves' will lie sold, regardless of
cost, at Whitlock's.
The confectioner is the fellow who can
be relied upon tor candied criticism.
;ive tlie Clilldreu a Chance.
There is something radically wrong
with the health of a child when it seems
liui less, has noor or no appetite, eyes
uioilico :i ml with dark skin licneath. In
most cases showing these symptoms the
child has worms, and all that it needs is
vi itue simple reined v . such as 1 1 art 's Worm
Cream, to expel the worms, anil the child
will soon be ill perfect health again. Pa
rents, try it and let your little ones have
a lair cliancc lor inc.
Inst now the nuifilists who took part
in (he late nrizc-fii-'ht are giving blow for
blow.
No liniment is m better repute or more
widely known than Dr. J. H. McU'an's
Volcanic Oil Liniment. It is a wonder
ful remedy. For sale by F. L.Jacobs.
The people who sav this summer has
been a very comfortable one are not land
lords of seaside hotels.
Special bargain week at Whitlock's.
A useful society The policeman's club
Better Than Suicide.
Professor Arnold savs: "An incurable
dysieplie is justified iu committing sui
cide. We will guarantee to cure any dys
peptic within three months by Acker's
liniilish Dvsncptic Tablets. I'cb5dawlw
f-fc
The man who mows his hay on Sun
day is generally cut by his neighbors.
Summer clothing at reduced rates to
make room lor tall goods, at WhitlocK s,
A rising joker The boy who bends a
pin and inadvertently sits down on it
himself.
Manv i.joplc habitually endure a feel
ing ol lassitude, because they think they
have to, II they would take Dr. J.
McLean's Sarsaparilla this teeling
weariness would give place to vigor and
vitality. For sale liy f. L. j aeons.
Itoulanger's name will soon lie Siclled
lloulouiiger, tor he is likely to be out of a
lob.
lluckleii'n Arnica Halve.
1'hc lst sitlvc iu the world for cuts
Io nises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, leve
sores, tetter, enapiieu nanus, ciiiioi,iiu,
corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi
lively cures piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give pcriecisaiisiacuoii
or money refunded. Price 25 cents pci
box. For sale by P. I. lacobs. daw
So far as the lichriiiL' Sea is concerned
I'neleSam assumes to lie Keeper of the
Great Seals.
The First SymptoiliH of Heath
Tired fcelillL'. dull headache, pains
various uurts of the bodv, sinking at the
pit of the stomach, loss of appetite, lever
islmcss, iiimples or sores, arc nil positive
evidence of poisoned blood. No matter
how it became lwisoned it must Ik- liuri-
lied to avoid death. Acker's English
lllood Elixir has never failed to remove
scrofulous or syphilitic poisons. Sold un-
tier jMisitivc guarantee. fcbGdawlw
It a big man in knee-panties feels as
silly as he looks it's a wonder be doesn't
K'BK'e-
A Hcrnn of Paper Haves Her Life,
It was just an ordinary scrap of wrap
J .... . i.- i:r- cl..
iinir luiiier. put 11. savvo .It. lilt, .ov
. in tin- last stages of consumption.
fold hv phvsiciaus that she was incurable
and could live only a short time; she
weighed less limit seventy Miunds. On a
,inf nf wrniioinir naiK-r she rcadofllr.
King's New Discovery, and got a sample
bottle; it bellied ner, sue in.giii a uiryc
i.nL. ;r helped her more, bough
.iiiiiiliernnd irrew lietter fast, continued
;i nsp mid is now strong, healthy, rosy
iilniiio. wcitrhim: 10 pounds. For fuller
particulars send stamp to V. II. Cole,
dnurmst. Fort Smith. Trial bottles ol
this wonderful Discovery Free at F,
Jacobs' drugstore. .
Wisdom does not always come in the
yellow leaf, but you'll generally find it in
the seer
One of Dr. J. H. McUan's Little Liver
and Kidnev Pillets, taken nt night before
going to bed, will move the bowels; the
ellect will astonisn you. rur uic uy ,
L. Jacobs,
THAT HACKING COUGH can lie so
quickly cured by Sliiloh's Cure. We
guarantee it.
WILL VUU OUrriVK Will. lJS mm
and Liver Complaint? Sliiloh's Vitahzer
is guaranteed to cure you.
A man may not be afraid of danger,
but he looks down in the mouth when he
prepares to descend into a mine.
SLEEPI-liSS NIGHTS, made miserable
bv that terrible cough. Sliiloh's Cure is
the remedy for vim.
CATARRH CURED, health and sweel
breath secured, by Sliiloh's Catarrh
Remedv. Price 50 cents. Nasal Injector
free by T. C. Smith & Co.
"People live to a great age now, do
thev not, doctor?" "Yes; but don't in
dulge iu false hoiK'S. They arc usually
men of brains."
no Not Sutler Any Longer.
k'tmwhiL' that a cough can lie checked
in a day, and the first stagesol consump.
tion broken in a week, we ncrcny guaran
tee Acker's Emrlish Cough Remedy anil
will refund the money to all who buy,
take it as per directions, and do not find
ur statement correct. Icbiidawl w
A woman who has recently returned
hum a summer boarding house, says sue
nine back to the city to get plenty of
fresh milk and eggs.
Special sales week at Whitlock's.
New Haehelor of Arts "Why is it,
Professor, that these exercises are ealleii
'commencements ." " Prolessor llecause
ii a tew short months you young men
II commence to know your busin 'ss.
Knpepsy.
This is what you ought to have, iu fact,
on must have it, to hilly enjoy inc.
liouiauds are searching lor it daily, ami
mourning liccause they find it not. Thou-
nds upon thousands ol ciouars are
sicnt annually by our people in the noic
that thev may attain tins noon, mm yee
it may lie had by all. We guarantee that
lectric Hitters, it uscci according to ui-
rcetions and the use nersislcd in, will
bring you Good Digestion and oust the
demon Dyspepsia and install instead Eu-
K'psv. We recommend Llcetne Hitters
for Dysiieiisia and all diseases ol Liver,
Stomach and Kidneys. Sold at 50c. and
$1 per bottle at F. L. Jacobs' drugstore.
"Why do you pass me the largest ears
il corn, sonny r ' nccausc lamer sum
esterday that you were ! member of
he long-eared fraternity."
SHlLOH'S VITALIZE! is what you
need for Constipation, Loss of Apietite,
Dizziness, and nilnymjiioinsoiwyspcpsia.
Price 10 and 75 cents iier bottle,
CROUP, WHOOPING COUGH and
llronchitis immediately relieved uy
Sliiloh's Cure.
"Did you have a good time at the
;ernianpicnic, Pat?" "liegorra, I did
mt. Thev gave me sonic iiimoago
hcesc to ate, and it almost tuk me
iic.i th away."
Pimplci
boils and other humors, arc
appear when the blood gets
liable to
licnied. The best remedy is Dr. I. II.
McLean's Sars;t)arilla, For sale by F.
L. Jacobs.
The man with badly formed limbs
should learn the art of padding licfore he
tteuips to wear knickerbockers, titlier-
wise tnegiris will not icaye nun u icg w
stand upon,
The tetter board of life goes up,
The tetter board of life goes down."
1'p and down, up and down one day a
millionaire, next day "dead broke" one
lay buoyant in spirits, next day gloomy
is'a frog one day iu seeming perfect
health, next day "laid out" with a bilious
Hack or vour stomach on a strike.
This is the wnv the world wags nowa-
lays. II you are bilious, melancholic,
lizv headed, dyspeptic, want apiietitc
or have torpid action of liver, kidneys or
bowels, take Dr. I'icrce s ricasani relicts
-purely vegetable, pertcctly Harmless;
nc a dose.
A ship goes down when it strikes the
mens; a Ptisiness concern wuei. u
doesn't.
LEMON ELIXIR.
A I'l.KASANT 1.H.MON IIK1NK.
For biliousness and constipation, take
Lemon Elixir.
For indigestion and foul stomach, take
ICinon Elixir.
For sick and nervous headaches, take
U'timu Elixir.
For sleeplessness and nervousness, take
Ix'tnon Elixir.
For loss ol apiietile and debility, take
Lemon Elixir.
For fevers, chills and malaria, take
Lemon Elixir.
U nion Elixir will not tail vou in any ol
the above diseases, allol wluchariselroni
torpid or diseased liver, stomach, kid
neys, liowe s or lllood. rrepared nim
by Dk. II. Mozi.kv, Atlanta, (la.
50c. and $1 per bottle. Sold by drug
gists.
A I'ROMINHNT MINISTliK WHITES:
After ten vears of great suffering from
inditrestion. with great nervous prosir."
tion, biliousness, disordered kidneys ami
instillation, 1 have lieeu cured by Dr.
Mozlcv s Lemon Elixir, and am now ii
well man. Rev. C. C. Davis,
Elder M. E Church, South.
No. US Tatnall St., Atlanta, (la
t prat dtoc21 th stt
Presents in the most elegant form
THE LAXATIVE and NUTRITIOUS JUIOE
OF THI
FIGS OF CALIFORNIA,
Combined with the medicinal
virtues of plants known to be
mast Ijeneficial . to the human
ystem, forming an agreeable
and effective laxative to perma
nently cure Habitual Consti
pation, and the many ills de
pending on a weak or inactive
rendition of the
XIDNEYS. LIVER AND BOWELS.
It ii the most excellent remedy known to
CUAMSe THESrSTEM EFFECTUALLY
When one is Bilious or Constipated
SO THAT
PURE BLOOD, RIFRtiHINO SLIEP.
HEALTH and TRINOTH
NATURALLY FOLLOW.
Every one Is using it and all are
delighted with it
sx rotrn ORuaourr SOR
ervxiTTF ox fioh
MANUFACTURED ONLY BY
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
8AH nAMCISCO, CAU
10UISYIUI. KT HW rORK. ft
A Hnheinlan Hashery.
,rv71iat is a Bohemian restaurant?"
The question was asked in my pres
ence by a fair young girl wnosp
knowledge of restaurante was ton fined
to Dclnionico's and the Savarin. with,
perhaps, an occasional dinner ut the
Brunswick. Her companion proceed
ed to explain. He was u clover writer
on a morning paper, and had been do
ing newspaper work for a number of
years. IIo had experienced the usual
ups and downs of such a life, and al
though he is now making a haiid.sonio
income, ho clings to his bohemian
habits, and haunts certain restaurants
where lie is sure of linding some con
genial friend with whom he can enjoy
his dinner and bottle of wine. Some
what amused at this unless question
from a woman not many years young
er than himself, he proceeded to ex
plain thut such a restaurant would
probably not be found on Fifth avenuo,
and his"fuvorite haunts were not even
on Broadway. When she had fully di
gested this ho further remarked that
he had never met any of the so-called
"four Hundred" at any of these
places. Slio was curious to know in
what street such delectable resorts
were located, and what class of peoplo
frequented them. Ho must havodrawn
an attractive picture, for she expressed
a desire to penetrate into ono of them
a desire so eager that tie was com
pelled to prop n so that it should bo
gra tilled.
And so, a few nights later, the bo
hemian habitues of a certain little,
basemcut restaurant, in an u ifashkm
able street downtown, were startled
by the apppearnnco of a group of
ten gay men and women, who
occupied the Inrgcst tablo and hud
the iolliest time of any group
assembled there. The men wore even
ing dress, and the girls anil their
chaperone woro gay dresses and new
spring bonnets. Of course, a little
something extra was ordered for the
dinner by the enterprising newspaper
man, anil it wus voted nn exceedingly
good dinner. New York Star.
Chinese Uorrora.
Tho Peking Gazette 'jives a horrible
story from ttio olliciul report of tho
governor of Yunnan of tiio burningto
death of a farmer of that iirovinco for
stealing an ear of com. It seems that
(luring- tho Yunnan rebellion a law
was passed junking thefts of corn
fruits in tho field an olfunso puiiish-
nblo py burning to death, the vic
tim's relatives were required to sign a
document declaring they agreed to the
penalty, and woro torced to iglt tho
lire to oar them from bringing a dum-
ago suit. Tins horrible praotico tho
authorities havo tried to extirpate, but
vuinly. A tew months ago in liar
vest tuno, a farmer named Pentf Cltuo
Slieng, while going to watch his field,
iluckeu an ear oi corn from a neigti
lor's field. IIo was seen and being
shouted at dropped the corn. The
matter was referred to tho owner of
tho Held, and he, with his tenant.
seized Peng aiitl demanded the death
penalty. Peng's mother olrored to
iiuiko restitution by forfeiting ull lier
property, but this was refused. Sho
wits torceu to givo her written consent
under threats of death, ant was ac
tually mado to light tho fieaj) of brush
wooilond witness tho terribjo drinar
agonies of lier son. As soon as she
could eseapo slio reported tho crimo to
tho authorities, tho two men were
urrested and triod. Tho landlord was
punished by tlio lingering process
that is, his llesh was hacked with
knives until ho slowly expired in awful
torment, the farmer, who lost tho car
of corn, being beheaded. Thero is no
question of these facts, as tho report is
ollicial. San Francisco Chronicle.
The Sagacity of Oien.
Oxen do not in an ordinary wny
givo ono tlio impression of possessing
any great degree of intelligence, liut
my correspondent, "Ex -Colonist," tolls
mil that m ono respect, at least, the
trek oxen, so larcrely employed at tlio
Capo os a substitute for horses, have
the inestimable advantage, over the
latter of not requiring to bo hobbled
when turned loose at night forgraz
ing: and that if, as is sometimes the
case, they stray away front camp to
tho distance ol a nnlo or more, their
drivers can easily recall them tho next
morning when it is time to get under
way, by tho simple expedient of a few
good sounding cracks of their enor
mous stock whips. "Having regard,''
my correspondent adds, to tho trou
ble I have before now experienced in
capturing a thoroughly wideawake
ponv who is allowed to lie out at grass
during tho summer, and is ouly taken
un when ho is wanted to do a short
journey to the station or elsewhere. 1
have often earnestly desired that liis
intelligence was equal to that of a trek
ox. flly correspondent seems to ig
nore the fact that tho pony is proba
bly bv far tho cutest of tlio two. lie
thinks it out, I tako it: the trek ox's
ii.- .1 i.:i.
iitieuigeiieo uwa not soar bu uigu.
London torting News.
Monkeys ami Snakes.
It is a curious fact that monkeys,
who havo an intense instinctivo dread
of snakes, would seem from experi
ments in zoological gardens to be
stramrelv attracted to them. An Amer
ican observer. A. E. Brown, coiled a
dead suako in a newspaper, so us to bo
easily cupauio oi coming iooso, unu
set it on tlio floor of a cago containing
a flrreat variety of monkeys. It was
instantly carried off by a leading
spirit, but in a few seconds tho paper
becamo unfolded and tho snake wilscx
poscd. Tho monkey instantly dropped
Ft and went awny, but with a constant
look behind. Thoother monkeys, per
coiving tho snake, approached step by
step and formed a circle around it six
or eicht feet in diameter. None np-
proached it except one Macaque, who
cautiously mauo some snaicnes ai me
paper. At this moment a string which
had been attached to tho snake's tail
was gen'.ly pulled; tho monkeys tied
precipitately, with great chattering
mid screaminir. Borne time after tlioy
gradually returned to their former
posiiiou, ana luey conunuea inis pro
cedure for some hours, showing both
intolerable fear and a strange attrac
tion. Murray's Magazine.
BROOM FACTORY.
UANFOAD N. LOCKWOOU
HAND-MADB
Brooms, Whisks, Hearth and
Celling Brooms.
Mill and Fnetory jrrndes a specialty. Quo
tations and samples tree, leblbdly
POR RENT.
From two to six bed moms, fully furnished
and usual attention, with or without Doara
lliirh loentiun. excellent water.
For terms applv to
au7 dtl 158 CHESTNUT STREET.
REAL ESTATE.
WAI.TKK II. tiWVN,
W. W. WHST.
GVVYN & WEST,
(Successors to Winter B.Gwyn)
ESTABLISHED 1881
HEFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
REAL ESTATE.
Loans Securely Placed al 8
Per Cent.
Nntury I'tihlic.
CfitntnisHionci'H oH teals.
FIRE INSURANCE.
OI-'FIl'K-HoutlieaHt Court Hiiuare.
D.
S. WATSON,
Real Estate Agent,
(Not a SKculator.)
I'or Sale A lura' amount "f vulitalilc Cil.v
ntpcrty, improved ami unimproved.
Pur Sale Sonic fine farmitiK lands ; also,
m Iter and mineral lands.
I can secure fur parties buying City Lots
from me money to improve the same on most
reasonable terms!
Money to loan on pMul city anil country
tropcrty !
iMlicc hours: l-'nnn H to 0.
I. H. WATSON,
SiUithcast Corner Court Square,
Aslieville, N. C.
may'Ji dtf
Wnt. M. Cocke, Jr.,
1EALESTATE ANDMINERALBROKER,
AMlievillc, N. C.
Cim sell yim one niillimi uoris of luiiil, in
r,-ict from nil to inn, immi luris. Huvl' n
iiinlur ol' city lots, iiiiinivtil nnil uiiim-
ivi-il, w liii-li I cun sull nn the lust of Urnin.
ou wont 11 Inrm- or small fnnn I'll" o" nic.
f vol! want nllneriils urnpy Kinil, yuu nreo
ii fuvtlK-r. If you want timber Inmls,
his is luniliiiarters. In fuel 1 cun suit you
ii :injiliiig you waul in niy Mm'.
ScrviiTi, of u rtrst eluss elvil enKlneer anil
irnt'tll-ill surveyor en.miuell to show up all
properly when reipiireil. I have hail tilleen
curs' experience in the real estate business,
nil think I know what will please, rronipt
Mention to all inquiries.
teb4ill v
OKTLANIl IlUllS.,
Real Estate llrokcrs,
And t Investment s Agents.
Illiees: No. 511 South Main st Seeoilil lloor
fehliilly
INSURANCE.
jIKU 1NSIKANC1!.
"1HE. LIFE. ACCIDENT.
PULLLAM & CO.
At the Hank ol Asflu-villc,
ASHIiVIU..;, N. C.
Kvpirwiit the fullnwiiiK einnpanks, viz. :
PIKH. CASH ASSKTS IN I'. S.
Anjilo Nevmln, ufCnhhirnia J.m7,.t.t
Limtiiuiital, if New Yonl ..K7.ri,.ia:i
Iliin.liurK-l.rcintii.ol (.ertnany i . i -";p,"h i
iHlon AssurniU't', in r.nniaini ,.-t-.i.
Niagara, nl New York j.j.j..i-
if 1'iit itt i arttiini i,.mh,.hf
Phn-iiiK.nl ltrouklvtl ;,u;i,i;i
St. Paul Fire ami Marine, ot Aim-
Suutlurn. oi New Orleans
Western, ui Toronto , w.t
Mutual Aeenient Assueiaiiun.
.1-;tna Kile liisuranee Company.
dtinar2l
Canli ANetHt 100.000,000
Another Advance
ON THE PART OF THE EQUITABLE.
A NEW 1'lll.lCY, Wllll.il, l.l Kit, l iiakis
UK A FT, IS A SIMPLE PROMISE
TO PAY.
vii l iiNlllTIONS WHATEVER ON Till'.
HACK.
I. Monroe, Ajt.,
Ashevill
felil!
-, N. C.
tilllin
Olliee with ludue Aston
rjno Till! PI'HI.IC.
rln- uiulersiuned mav lit- found in Shank s
ni-w huililinu one door west ol J. I-. Wnoil
l.nrv's sliilik-.. on ColU-Ke strest. 1 hey arc
..r...-.n.,l i,. iiiiiuiil'iieture elirrinues, litiKiries.
ii-..(itt mill nil vliiiiiu eire nun
; :.. i n..-
iiiiirini; nno norse-MioeniK mi. i.,,..
I i,,l u'.tuli ie 11 enseo lo reeenv i iiip.iiii
share ol introiiKe. SntislHClion K'inr.-iiiieeii
jllKt lllilll I'll.'. 1. ' I 11 .X uonnsi''
sy E. WOLFE.
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL PLASTERER.
All lrlmlB nfnIHP1ll U'lllli lllllie.
lohliiuK nnd kalsomininK iironiptly ot-
tended to.
Mesidencc. Clnvtoll St. Orders enn lie left
with V. H. Westnll : Co. len-.iiu.m
WM. R. PE
l'KOrKIUTOK OK
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS,
Abbeville, N. C.
I", u. Ilox I.
liinrl3clly
J.W. ROBERTSON,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
MOKOANTON, N. C.
MANUFACTURES
ALL KINDS OF DRESSED
LUMBER.
INSlllli FINISH in (Jmin Anne iiml ull styles
now in use.
Mouldings of various kinds.
Can comiicte in prices with any manufact
urer In the South.
jul'JO dim
MISCELLANEOUS.
5.000 : 15,000 ZZZi
COMMENCING MONDAY, JULY 22,
WE WILL,
$15,000 WORTH OF DRY GOODS AT COST
IFORj3ASH&
CHANGE OF BUSINESS.
Goods Must be Sold to Make Room for Our
Fall Stock of Clothing and Gents'
Kurisishiiis.
The liiitlies of Aslieville will
b.H'o,,nus in Fine (Soods, consisting; of 5Inck and
Dress (ioods, White Coods in .Mull,
Linens, Linen ("nnibric, Striped nnd
Lisle mid Silk Gloves, Kibbons of nil kinds,
Laces, Iliinihur",' nnd Swiss Muslins, a lare
lions, Dress, l'earl and t'rochet I5uttons, (iennnntown,
SI let hind nnd Saxony Yarn, Zephyr 5c. per oz., Silk Em
broidery Miitei'inl, Pride West Wnnisutta and Fruit Loom
Pleached Domestic, Table Linens, Napkins and Towels.
Warner's Health Corsets, .f 1.00
Warner's Coraliue Corsets, .80
Thotnsou's Glove-Fitting Corsets, .UH
A 75c. Corset for 55c.
A 50c. Corset for '15c.
Ladies' and Misses' Hose,
Straw Hats at any price.
Many more 'oods which will
OUR CLOTHING
s too small for our growing
move Hie I lolliing-1111.0 ine
Whitlock's Dry (ioods Store,
isive (it'iillenien's Outfitting
to close out the entire stock of
Fancy (ioods at wholesale or
as quickly as possible. Very
A. WHITLOCK.
BRICK !
BRICK !
l-'o K SALE UY -
GIRDWOOD & I.EE, Proprietors
Buncombe : Brick x and : Tile : Company,
ASIIKVILLi:, n. c.
p. o. mix :ti.-(.
"THE
I'ur the reception uf pntit-iits sulTtriiiK of tliseast-s
oI Iimius and throat, and conducted upon the plan ol
thes.iiiittiriii-s al ('.a-i lici sdorl iind I-'alkensteiti in Ger
many. Ours is the only such institution in the United
States, and endorsed by the leadins niemlicrs of the
medical profession. Terms reasonable.
KARL VON KUCK, It. S., M. I).
THE CAROLINA SALOON,
Han the Finest and Largest Stock ol
WHISKIES, : BRANDIES : AND WINES,
liver Brought to Aslieville.
I'urlks ivisl.i.iK a kuuiI urtk-lc for fiuuilj- ur otluriuriosis, will lind it to their Interest to
yivo me u call. Kt-sncctlully,
Frank O'Donnell, Prop'r.
imiKtldly
BOUIS & BROTHERTON,
I'KACTICAL
Plumbers & Tinners.
I'l.l'M IIING,
STliAM AMI CAS l-'ITTlNtl,
TIN AN1I SLATB KOtlFINll.
Furnaees) and Heaters.
Jobbing Promptly :
: Attended 10.
22 Patton Avenue,
Basement.
jul:t.l ilN:wl V
j.c7i5iiT6wN
MERCHANT TAILOR,
25 Patton Avenue,
tNcxt to Grund Central Hotel.)
aprlfdly
TLANTIC COAST L1NB
on nnd i.ftt-r this date the following sched
ules will lie run over its "Columbia llivisiou."
No. 63 l.cavcs Columbia B.Iill p. m
Arrives atCharleston 8.30 p. m.
No. o2 leaves Charleston 7.10 a. m.
Arrives atColumbia ll.f5 a. m.
Connecting with trains to and from all
points on the Charlotte, Columbia & Au
gusta and Columbia & Greenville Kailroads.
Daily.
T. M. KMEKSON, Gen. Pass. Agt.
J. F. DUV1NB, Gen. Suut.
15.000
OFFER
liud this
1 r.in; rhanrx'tobuy
Colored
Persian Lawn, India
IMaid Muslins, Kid,
best quality
stock of No-
a large stock.
require an inspection.
DEPARTMENT
trade;, and we havedecided to
coi ner siore, now kiiowii as
in order to establish an ex-
liusiness. We are compelled
Dry (ioods, Millinery and
retail. We wish to do this
respectfully,
BRICK !
jul'JG d3tn
WINYAH SANITARIUM, "
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
A. D. COOPER,
Groceries.
We presume Aslieville has more comments
passed upon it than any other city in the
State. They say "Nucll elegant iiuiiiiiiik".
such tine houses, nnd such splendid food."
Hotels, boarding houses and private families
arc often asked by their visitors "Where do
you get flour to mnke such elegant bread ?
"Why, at Cooper's, where the best or every
thing can lie had in the way of (.rocer.es."
Our aim is to furnish the purest and liest
goods for the lenst money, to wage bitter
war against all adulterations or food prod
nets and never buy cheap groceries for the
purpose of selling below cost.
Schedule Street Railway.
To take effect Friday, March 1. at 6.30a. m.
Car leaves Court House B.30 a. m.
.. 7.l
.. ' H.lH) "
i. " 9.IHI "
From then till 7 p. m. car leaves court house
every .'lo minutes.
Also, car leaves court house at 8.00 p. m.
and M (Hi p. m.
FARB. FIVB CBNTS.
FITS
Cl'KBU BY OLD SFBC1AL1ST
FHYSILIAN.
Rottle of medicine Free. We war
rant our remedy to cure the worst
cases, nnd the only physicians who do this to
prevent vour oe.ng impiiBni "l"'" "J
using false mimes and who are not Doctors.
Because others failed is no reasor for not
using this medicine. Give Express and Post
offii address. It costs yon nothing. Addtesa
Asahel Medical Bureau, 21 Broadway, New
York. ian'J7dwlT
p OR 8ALB.
A pair of fine Mules, kind, and good work
ers; also wagon and double harness. Apply
o C.J. McCAPB.
34 Grove St.
    

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