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THE WEEKLY CITIZEN.
THS Wbbklv Citiikh I. full of local and
Stale newa ; just the thing to send in anyone
Inquiring about Asheville. Issued Thursday.
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VOLUME VI. NO. 49.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 1890.
PRICE 3 CENTS.
A place planned and devel
oping HH u
Situated in the,
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for health
fuliicss and beauty of
An elevation of .1,800 fwt,
It is being laid out with
taste mid Hkill, with well
graded roads and extensive
A desirable place fur fine
A good opportunity for
prolituble investments. For
illustrated pamphlet, ad
dress, LINVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Lliurlllc, Mitchell Co., N. C.
DRUMMERS' SAMPLES OF
AproiiH, Haiidkcrclilciat Hiid
At an per ivnl und :i:i'a per rent. less limn
All New mid latent MlyleH.
sin a. main t., asiibvillu.
i Tim I'Lacs rem
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS
Views and Sketches.
Wilts. B. Owvn, W. W, West.
GVYN & WEST,
(HucwMora to Walter B.Owyn)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loan Securely Placed at 8
Notary Public. Commissioner. oiUccd..
omi'K-Woalheat Court Mqaare.
Real Estate Brokers,
And Invcatmcnt Agent.
I.oaoi ac urely placed at icrcrnt,
oilier, t il ft !lll Pallon Ave. Hecond Door.
JENKS & JENKS,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS.
PI KB INHIIRANCIt PLACKI) IN TWHNTV
OF THII IIKMT CDMI'ANIHI IN
AOIiNTH 1)1' TUB TRA VHI.HKH' 1.11'H ANI
ACCIDUNT INHtlKANCK CO., Ol'
STATU AOIfNTB fOR THBDBTKOITl'IRH
M AND UUROLAI PROOF SAFE CO.
Room 9 a 10, McAfee Block,
' 8S Pattoa At.., A.tMTlll., N. C.
EVERY WAY THIS WEEK
BENEFIT OF THE PUBLIC.
The Great Comedy I'luy entitled
Una been withdrawn niter u very successful
run, und we now present our matchless
Stock of Groceries)
GRAIN AND FEED FOR YOUR USE AT POP,
IHIOHH OI'KN AT A. M.
A. D. COOPER.
Big Lot of Harper's
ONLY KMillTKKN (..NTS.
IJEST MAKES, PRICE TIIKM.
MASON'S FRUIT JARS.
Hammocks and everything
in the line of
SUM M till GOODfl,
CAEAPEA THAN ANYBODY
k k ' (t (t k h
I. W. U. WILL.
AMTIII'M J. WILL.
ASIIBVILLU, N. C.
Utile. Barnard Building. I'. U. Hot 00.
1'luui, Upcclflcatliins, lieliills, Jke forevery
clan, of building at .hurt nollee,
ARTISTIC INTERIOR DESIGNS A SPECIALTY.
Call and mc ua. aprlod.tm
F. A. GRACE,
Will Karcnl In
lincauatlc or Oil
DKCORATI VK CONPIMtlTION.
IMallDllc-Flors.lt trialManH 4k
Addreau SO WOODWARIl AVB. Detroit,
Mich., or BOX S3, A.hevlllc, N, C.
I' P PADMIPUACI
iii ui uniiimuiinLLi
20 SOUTH MAIN STREET, ASHEVILLE, N. C.
It will take .yon but one
minute to read ami you will
liud by duingsoyou can sa ve
money by buyingyourdnigs,
medicines and such articles
at Cariniehaers Drugstore.
Mis stock fresh and complete
and at prices that defy coin
(Htition. Don't forget the
place, No. 20 South Main
Stm-t Asheville, N. C.
You will besurprised to see
how for fH, $14), $12 and
will go in the purchase
of good, stylishly cut, well
made Clothing, with Chil
dren's ami Hoys' Suits in
Away below those grades
we show serviceable suits of
Lately arrived, Men's ha ml
sewed Kangaroo Shoes, La
dies Kill Oxford Ties, fine
Trunks and Valises ami num
erous mid-summer items.
Our Mr. 1 led wood is now
in Kiclinioiul taking advant
age of the usual bargains
shown by New York salesmen
just before taking stock.
CLOTHING, DRY GOODS, SMALLVYARES, HATS,
SHOES AND CARPETS.
7 & 9 PATTON AVE.
tilegaut Drug Store cen
trally located well venti
latedeasy of access agree
able to customers attrao-
live to all, by day and night
illuminated with electrici
Handsome Soda Water Ap
paratus ice cold drinks nil
day long flue ." and 10 cent
Cigars and Kinney's Cigar-
. , .11 . .. li e 1
euos tuoice i ci Mimcry himi
Soaps Prescript ion Depart
ment neat and clean Med i-
. I a! . .!!..
cul supplies unuucsuommiy
the purest obtainable more
goods on hand now than
ever before patronage in
creasing, public confidence
secured, success attained
Asheville becomes the Drug
distributor for a, hundred
miles art Mind competition
relegated to tho rear too
busy to say more to-day.
T. C. SMITH & CO., Drug
gists, Public Square-, Ashe
ville, X. C.
In cash will be paid
to any purchaser at
my Btorowho guesses
nearest tho popular
tion of Ashovillo ns
shown by tho of lieiul
census now being ta
ken. You an not limited
to one guess but' can
guess as often as you
make a purchase.
If twoor more make
the nearest guess, the
prize will bo given to
tho guess received
Iict. nil coino and
try their luck.
F. E. MITCHELL,
THE LEADER W
Boots, Shoes & Gents'
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
FACTS AND COMMENTS.
A. II, Aniikhws, one of the commission
cih to the Wnrld'H I'uir from North Ciro
linn, Iiiih Iwcu I'lioHviioui'of four vkf-iivs-
iilrnU at a inttt iuu of the tin tiou.it colli'
A Khim'Iii.ican coiinri'SHin.iii iiaimil
Coiitidl of NVIiniska Iiiih vrrittt'ii liiinwll
ilowii the iihs of the house . Silt unlay he
introdia-cd n liill to jiciisioii every lU'Kro
In the union under fifty years of ne who
hail Urn n slave, nl the rate of four !
Iai'8 a mouth. Those who have attained
the ajje of fifty shall have cthl dollars
anil a $100 hoiinty, nil o( sixty years a
IK'iision of twelve dollars and $M00
Imunty, and of seventy and over, twelve
dollars a month anil n $.iOOlounty. The
hill was iiiti'oiluecii leu the iiiiiom: ol
I ersuadiii); the neuroes to vote the re
puliliean ticket in the next congressional
ClIMlKliSSMAN liWAHf'S SKCell ill tilt'
house on Saturday was a fearful and
just arraignment of Ins party for their
treatment ol the South in the past and
their contemplation of the passage of the
infamous force liill. It is seldom that n
republican is willing to concede what
Mr. li wart iliil in Ins iccch, anil even
less seldom that a politician dares to
step outside of the ring marked down lv
his party and give his outsMikcn opinion
of any measure advocated or opposed hy
that party, that is il it dill era with the
opinion of the majority.
Hut Mr. Ivwurt dared to do this.
His sieecli was so dilferent from that
of his col leg lies that it would have done
credit to a democrat. After an introduc
tion in which he drew a picture of this
section of the country both licforc nnil
after the war, Mr. liwart struck such u
Mow at the reconstruction K'riod as is
seldom credited to a republican. lie
The State uovirniueulR fell into the
hands ol the most disreputable gang ot
thieves and pluiidrrcrsiiiutcvcrdisgr.iced
a nation, and the vcivnanicol kVonlili-
ennisin Ikviiiiic a stench iu the nostrils ol
ill honest men. Ilv bloodshed, violence.
ami intimidation thrscgovcrumculs were
wrested from the thieves and plunderers
nnil to-day without exception arc held
itv mc luinoeraiic party. In spite ol
this long era ol misrule and all the evils
ot reconstruction the South has prosiereil
as never a section priss'rcd liclore. Co
South now, and your journey will Ik
llirnugli n eoiuiuuous and 'unbroken
strain of the music ol progress, the whirr
of the spindle, the buzz ol the saw. the
roar ol the laruacc, ami the throb ol the
locomotive. The next census will show
it to be the richest section of ourcouiitry.
Then lie went into ligurcs showing the
increase in the wealth of the eoualrv
since the war.
I't me bricflv submit ti lew stalciiu'tils
ns to the wouiierliil increase ol wealth iu
the South iu the past nine years. In
1 H.si I the total wealth ot t lie Ninth was
$l,.,.ii:i,4:ir..oiiii. In isstl it isestimatcil
at $-,'.',o,tiil,ooo, an increase' of SI,
:iiHi,oon,oiNI. The assessed value ol onni
erty iu the South is iiIhiuI .'II sr mil. ol
its true value. On tins hasis the increase
has in reality hccn$:i, ,0011,01 hi in nine
vears. In ten years the South had in
creased its iron output lroui.T.7.,!ol tons
to I,. Kill. ill.' tons. 1 lie K'rccntugc ol
increase lias been l.".i in the South ami
7M in the rest of the eouiilrv. Iu l.ssi'
the South produced ll,."iii'.i,.'llii tons ol
coal; ill IHH'.I, 1 0, HI7.I I s tons. The
vear lS'.lll will show an increase ol over
l''.', 1100,000 tons.
Since IMIi.i the South liasiuoduccd ami
sold $H.O(IO,l 100,000 worth ol cotton.
With 1(11 cotton mills in the year INSil,
having (i(',7,H.'4' spindles ami 'SS.l looms,
this industry bus mcmiMil till the South
IHisscsKcs to-day over loo mills, with
over U,'.'"iO,lHHI spindles mid .".11.000
looms. The agricultural interests of the
South have also niarvclouslv increased.
I'roin .'I.IHIO.OOO bales ol cotton iu l N7o
the yield in the South advanced to 7,-
iO.ooo 111 IHhi). us corn production
lor tile same isriod shows agniiiol 1!70,-
000,000 bushels. In wheal there is an
increase ol UL'.ooo.tmo; m oats, ol l.'v
000,000 bushels. Conipaiing il with
the proiiuclion 01 tlic rest ol the country,
we hud that, nolwilhslaudiug the fail
that the West produced last year tin
largest crop ol corn ever made, the in
crease as compan d with I.s7'.l was only
II iKTivnt., while that ol the Ninth s
corn crop was ."." s.r cent,
From there the gentleman jiinisil in
the irnter of the negro problem and alter
lisHsing of it by the I iron d asset lion
that there is no negro problem he came
back to his subject, the federal election
law. Mis argument from there 011 was
mc of ability, lie opsiscd it liccnusc it
would engender bail blood lictwccu the
races, I cvn use il is not what the country
needs ami Isnnusc its enforcement will lie
humiliating to a free people.
Mr. liwart's sktcIi certainly was an
able one, but if Ignatius Donnelly's
cipher were applied to il, no doubt It
would Ik' discovered that it was con
ceived with the intention ol K'ing used
as a cnnimigu document when he hobs
up serenely next hill for re-election.
Allci.llnn I Coi.iriiclt.-N.
There will Is' a reunion of Company I,
'.Titll Kcgimcnt .V L. Volunteers at the
llmitist church on Hominy Creek uihiii
the same snot where we organized twen-
tv-niuc years ago, All surviving nieniln rs
ol tlic coiniMinv are eoinniiimlcdlri'iiucst-
edl to attend. Come proviilcd with three
lavs rations, a blanket innlcookumutcn-
sils. We will uo into cniun on Momlnv.
July '-'1st, 1 Hill 1, ami disband on Wednes
day the .Mil 01 1 lie same. v. 01. joim mc-
h rnv will address Hie old soldiers nil the
2'Ji and I'arsou I'. K. Young will preach
at night. A. 11. iiiuasii,
W. T. MoHllAN,
Tlirt-f l.IN To-llny,
Mr. II. C. Hunt sold three lots 011
South Main street Mow Atkins street nl
auction this morning. The prices were
as follows: No. t, HOxl !,", II, A. Heist,
$tmo; 2, uinixxr:i,ii, A.iicist.$:.7.'jr;
,'l, 'IWjxUno, II. A. Heist, $(lo:i.7."i. The
total was $2,1 OH,
THE LAST SAD DUTY.
THE BODIES OF THE MINERS
GOVERNOR HILL RETURNS TO
ri'Hlflciil liarrlHon i IIIh Vu
Iu lluwi.t Hie Ciipe My Imil
unci liupravemciil Com
pany. SH'eiio to 'I'hi' Citlxt'll.
Dt'NUAK, I'ti., July 'J. All the bodies
were taken out of the mines this morn-
The I'rt-Nlclt'iil nl CHite May.
K'elsl to Thr Cltliiil.
Wasiiixiitox, July L'. 1'ivsiilciit Har
rison leaves for Caic May to-day.
Kt-luriiliiK l New York.
SH'oiul to Tlie Cltlen.
Ixpi.wai'oi.is, Ind , July 1!. Governor
Hill left lor New York this incli ning. Ten
thousand were at the depot to sec him
LOOKS LIKE PATTISON.
What lt'iii.Hvlvinila nvmnt-rntx
Art- Molnif nl Ht-rat.lou.
SK'chil to Hie Citizen.
Sckaxtox, I'll., July 1!. It looks as
though the battle had U'cn fought ami
won and rnllisou's forces. ire the victors.
When the doors of the neat little oicra
house were thrown oieu to-day the dele
gates to the Statelicnicicratie convention
made a rush for their rcscctivc sections
ml the galleries Idled up with enthusias
tic adherents. Some of the strongest
Kilitieiaus in the eomitry are here. On
the side of ratlisonun'CN-lxYprcftcnlutivc
William I.. Scott, 01 laic, ex-Postmaster
Harrity, of Philadelphia, ami ex-l'ost-
nl.isler John II. I.arkiu, of I'iltsburL'.
Wallace is ill the bauds of Kcprcsentativc
William Mutclilcr, of NcirtliinnU'iland,
Sowdeil, of Lehigh, lieo, Koss. ol llucks,
ami Samuel Josephs, of Philadelphia.
Only preliminary work had been dime by
the convention when it adjourned at
Sckaxtox, Pa., July 1!. lilkley Cox
was elected chairman of the I icmocratic
Stale Convention this morning. I'alli
son will lie nominated on the second bal
lot. Well Attended Heuiil
SikcImI to The Citizen.
I'oKTLAXP, Mc, 1 line 1'. Twenty thou-
sainl veterans, all wearing the badge ol
the army of the Potomac, are Idling up
the town mid preparing to have the
greatest reunion iu the history ol that
war-senrred organization. Several ol
the men ol war of the North American
siiailrou arc in the harbor and will add
interest to the great naval parade which
is a part of the program. The grand
procession will lake place to-morrow.
To-day is living taken up with receptions.
Another Monument al liellvHlium
SkvIiiI tn The Citizen.
I'.KTTVShl'Kii, Pa., July The Second
Kcgimcnt New York State Militia, Kighty-
sccond Kcgimenl Volunteers, dedicated
its monument hen' to-day. (ieucral
James K. O'lleirue delivered the oration.
Helieilule ot Hie htreel Knllwiiy.
Asiii.vii.i.i:, N. C, July 1". Is'.io.
(alitor Citizen : Please stale lor guid-
ince of all interested that the following
arrangement has I sen made lor the ac
commodation of Mr. I'eaisou's guests
on the fourth of ulv.
As a sikvi.-iI tram will leave the Kieh-
inoud and I (iti villi- passenger depot at
t. to, the ears ol mis compauv will as
semble and lea vc the Public Square at 1
o'cliK'k sharp. The procession will Is' led
by a car assigned to musicians, which
will licclosclv loiioweil 1 iv six passenger
cars, ami proceed over South Main street
ami Nmllisiilc avenue to station.
It is Iioik'iI that as imiuv ihtsous as
possible will avail themselves of this
schedule, as this will In- the most inter
esting and agreeable portion of the day.
l-or those iiersons who lire mil aolc to
lie on lime lor the o'clock procession.
our two open cars will run the regular
schedule Istwiyu the Npiare and the
passenger station, while three others
will make trips every twenty nannies
from the Square to Patlim avenue termi
nus, near which the Kiclinioml mid I oii-
villc' Irani will slopto takcou and deliver
Residents on North Main street mid
Camp Patton lines will lake notice that
their cars will Is' withdrawn from 4 lo
o'clock iu order lo lake part in I he grand
All isrsous are notuicii tiiai ns tne
uucsts of Mr. Pearson, 1 1 it- v will be enti
tled 1 Ircc transportation trom V to is
o'clock. I . W . Patton, hnpt
An admirer of lleurv Irving recently
presented him with a kangaroo. The ac
tor found the K-asl a burden ami gave it
to the Loudon .on,
The remains of the Polish poet Miek
icwicx are lo lie removed from Paris to
Cracow and interred m the mausoleum
ol the Polish Kings.
(aribaldi's tomb, in Cnprcra, is to he
made a national monument, ami the is
land is to lie devoted to the purposes ol a
home lor old soldiers.
Citizen loll'rin, who wns seated by (he
Chandicr of Deputies for Montmartre
over General lloulmiger, is said to Ik- sul-
Icrinu b out a dangerous hp cancer.
I'X -Governor tohn D, Long is in favor
ol having 1111 insurance chair iu out' col
leges, that the boy may learn something
about life and proiicrly insurance.
Cardinal Newman is said to Ik- grow
ing very old and leeblc. lie cannot walka
varil without slow anil painful effort mid
the support of an altemlauf,
iW'Kieciul priers to hotels nml hoard
ing houses iu all lines at lb own &
Tbrash'i under new ocra house.
THE SUNNY SOUTH.
All llirminghnm is kicking on the work
01 tne census cmuucrniors.
The State military encampment is lie
int. Iit'1,1 nl f -i,,l t mi,,.
'"IS ......... -wf,...
IlirmiiiL'hiim is to hnve 11 itintoiiliti-iil
ciiuiuixT ui conimerce imumiig.
Charleston is sure it is coinc to be
cheated in the census enumeration.
(Irren W. ChiK-klett of Norfolk was run
over bv the ears and instantly killed.
Kuoxvillc is to have both n new street
electric railway and a new dummy line
Kilrain, Miihloon mid other sports
gave nn exnioilion ill Aleriilian, Miss.,
Knox count v Tennessee's new iuil is
compictcii. Willi the sliertll s house it
cost t. 1,000.
The coimiicncemriit exercises of the
I'niversity ot Viruiuin are lieini! held at
Gcorgi-town, S. C, is sluck on its
graded school system and has voted to
maintain them lor another vear.
The citizens of Aiicusta, Ga., have seal
a small colored girl who was bitten by 11
mail dog to New lork lor treatment.
I'rankic Truss, 11 three year old Bir
mingham bov, Icll out of a three story
window ami escaped without a broken
Chattanooga is lo have a $1, 000,000
warehouse, II is to lie used by all mer
chants and farmers who may wish to
store goods or products in it.
iMbnnv. Ga.. is going to celebrate Inly
t, ami one of the attractions will be a
chicken pie seven feet long ami live feet
wide. It will contain ten dozen cluck-
A. C. Xiiiimcrma-i ami I. M. Itowdan
were killed ill 11 wreck on the Alabama
Midland at losephmc, Alabama, l ive
cars jumH'd the track and three were
Andrew I. Dunn, a brakeman on the
Louisville ami Nashville fell from a mov
ing train near llovlcs, Alabama, mid a
heavy train rolled over and horribly
mangled his body.
Walter Fischer, son of August Fischer
of Orangeburg, S. C, was bitten on the
loot I iv a Hiisonoiis snake. His body has
swelled to twice its natural size and he is
iu a critical condition,
Ilarrv Toole, the iiroprie-lor of the for
ges', gambling house at Anuiston, Ala.,
has lied to parts unknown. A threatened
rosccuUon lor bigamy is supposed to
lave accelerated his movements.
Dr. Willis F. Westmoreland, who is
said to have been the most prominent
surgeon in the Southern Slates, died at
his home at Millcilgville, toi. lie was 11
veteran of the Conlcdcrate army.
Mr. Reaves ol Randolph, Alabama, got
howlini; drunk nml tried to end his lath-
er-in-iaw's earthly career with a knife.
The old man however tilled him full ol
lead ami there is general rejoicing in the
household for Heaves was a hard case.
The whiles of O'Neill Parish, La.,
raided a tough negro settlement mid
killed Georue I Inward. Three other ne
groes were wounded and .inns were taken
Irom twentv. I he nml was made he-
cause ol threats made by the negroes on
Phillip Schneiik-r was arrested while
attending the dedication services of a
church at Chattanooga on a charge ol
nsliL'altnii his brother to set lire to Ins
(Phillip's) place of business. The brother
ami J, K. Iti own, colored, are under ur--cst
at Nashville on the same charge.
For the mist eighteen tlavs the maxi
mum ti mpcrnturc at Columbia, S. C,
has not once liccu lielow 1HI degree in
the shade and most of the time it has
stood Is-l ween O.'i and loo. Iu the sun
it has run 1111 to I'.l degrees higher. The
oldest inhabitant acknowledges that il
takes the bakerv.
Six thousand miners arc on a strike at
llirmiiiuham, Ala., and between .'I.000
ami 1,001 1 furnace laborers have Is-en
forced out bv the miners' strike. The
strike was ordered Uvatisv of the re
fusal of the owners to accede to a de
mand for n ten kx cent, increase in
wages. It is the biggest strike ever
known in that section.
Gallatin. Tennessee, has just had a cy
clone iu which two licoplc were killed
ami ten wounded. I lie Alrlcan .Metho
dist church wns blown to pieces and the
roof caved in on the congregation. The
public school building was injured lull
not badly ami many private resiliences
were damaged. A heavy rain accompa
nied the wind storm.
Mrs. II. Iv. Segmau, wife of lauiler
Scgmaii, of Greenville, S. C, ran away
with a negro ami went to Atlanta.
There the authorities fired them out ami
t he v returned lo Greenville and rented a
house and were furnishing it when the
husband had warrants issued ami en used
their arrest. Thi'.v are a very tough
A crowd of Charlotte admirers gath
ered al the train to see John L. Sullivan,
who passed through there on Ills trip
from Purvis, Miss., to New York. The
liig'uti was asleep, however, and the hero
w ot shavers were obliged to content
themselves with looking at the car that
drew him and his manager, Duiicmi II.
Within the last six months two miisi
cal directors of Lpiscopal churches ol
Allanla have skiiiK'd out leaving wives
U'liintl them. Tlic first was Professor
W. II. Russell, director of music nt Si.
Paul's cathedral ami the second was
Prolessor ilhain Dawson, of St. Phil
lip's iliureh. The latter was recently
murricil to one ol the leading young
ladies ol the city.
Jasin nml Armsteail Jones weir sen
tenced to hang nt Orangeburg, S. C, on
lu v 11 lor the murder ol their step
mother. A jHtition asking for the com
minution ol the sentence wns presented
lo the governor and Jasin who is but 1M
years old will serve leu years in the eni
icntiarv. Armstcad who is 111 years old
and wlio actually did the killing must
Rev. George LnTerrv preached n ser
mon at llovee, Tennessee, that did not
accord with the views of one ol the hear
ers, Mrs. Tcim Crow. At its conclusion
she took exceptions, the lie wns passed
ami the woman's right shot out and
felled the reverend gentleman to the
mound. The latter reiiehcd lor n stone
but the congregation interfered antliettce
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disarrange the stomach, ami contains
110 noxious or sickening ingredients.
The pivuliar advantages of Antimi
graine consist in its U-ing thoroughly
reliable as a cure for any kind of henil-
iche without rcsiect to cause leaving
110 unpleasant or annoying after-effects,
as iu the ease of other so-called "harm
less" remedies. These (pialitics make il
the most isipular and saleable article in
the market, wherever known.
HI RUCTIONS I'OR I'SU.
The ilosc fur an adult li two ti-iiNioiiiifuU
in a wine itlas.of water. Hose furchllilirn
in irnHirtion. according 10 skc. In either
case tin dose t-uu lie rt-K-Htel every thirty
mimics until a cure la ellii'tcd. line dose will
ul ay drive an ay an attack of llrmlarhr,
if taken when lirst fouling the premonitory
yniilum; but if thcatlnek is well on, and
ulhriiiK Is Intense, the second or third dose
may lie required. I'sunlly a greater number
if iltiw. Is miuiml lo t'llccl the lirst cure
than Is needed for any succeeding time there
lifter, showing that the medicine la accuniu
liillve in its clhcts, tending toward an event
ual iwrmiiiieiit cure.
I'or sale at
46 SOl'TH MAIN STRIIET.
Bargains ! Bargains !
We offer urenter imluee-
meiiis to cunh buyei'H of Dry
ooils tliiin any house iu
All our DonicNlic (.ooiIh
.ought before the riwe of cot
ton are now Hold at prime
Funs ami I'lirasols, the
est N'lei-tiou iu town, re-
ganlless of rost.
CurtaiiiH in great variety
or letss than you can buy
Table Linen, Towels, Nap
kins and Doilies at prices
that defy competition.
White (ioods, Embroider
ies and Laces it half their
Our stock is very large and
we are determined to reduce
Kid Gloves and Hosiery,
the best stock in Asheville,
all reduced to bottom prices.
We will undersell tho low
est. Call and sec us before.
All Goods nro now marked
in plain ligurcs lowest prices
in everything. Call und con
46 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
Opposite Bank f Ashrrillc.