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z TO-DAY'S WEEKLY CITIZEN t
J FOR RENT, WANTS, AND FOR SALE, t
Contain full report of the Psaraon 4th of
July celebration, and oilier matters of lutcr
esl.n In wrupi-cra ready to uiuil, a cvntu ier
Not exceeding three Unci,
One Time, US cent. Three Tlnica, 00 cents.
Biz Timet. 7A cent.
VOLUME VI. NO. 60.
ASHEVILLE, N. C., TUESDAY, JULY 15, 1890.
PRICE 3 CENTS.
A place planned and devel
oping' ns 11
Situated in the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region nt'l ' Ui
fulnessand bounty of
An elevation r WW feci,
It, in briny; laid out with
taste and skill, with well
graded roads and extensive
A desirable place for fine
1UCATH1 TL. HOMES.
A good opportunity for
prolitable investments. For
illustrated pamphlet, ad
dress, LINVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
l.taitUle, MllcUcll Co.. N. C.
ORUMMEHS' SAMPLES OF
Apron, MaiidkercliicIV) and
At 115 wr ivnl mill .l.l'a icr mil. Icaa than
reuut.tr irli-iM. ,
All New wml I.alcHt sHylen.
llil 8. MAIN ST., AHUHVILLU,
I. TIIH I'LAUH rO
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY G000S
Views and Sketches.
It UAL ESTATE.
Wai.tkk il. wvr"" "w. W.Wmr
GWYN & WEST,
(Huccraaora to Waller n.Owyn)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
tAu Securely Placed at 8
Nulary I'ubllc. CnmmlasloaeTS otlleeda.
Real Estate Broker,
Aud luvcNtiuciit AKCiitH.
Loans iw urtly placed at H per cent,
ofllcca! 3-1 a.) I'ullon Ave. Hceonrf lloor.
"HOW NOW, HORATIO !"
Wouldn't buy timber liin.l. mineral prop
jcruVn or Aahevillc Kent K.tnte t
Then cull on u, llonitl id we will give
thee thy money a worth.
W. can.atll Utce n hntiac lot, lend thec, ahek
lato sew! dwelling,. thereon, mill Inanee
the auinc III any I'lre Insurance Conipuuy
4I0I11K bualneaa In till. Millie..
Ulve us a call, llorutlol
; JKNKS JKNKS,
flEAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS.
Room A 10, McAfee Block,
ad Patios) A.,, A.h.tllU, N. c.
EVERY DAY THIS WEEK
BENEFIT OF THE PUBLIC.
The Great Comedy l'luy vutlUed
Huh Itccn wltbilrnwii ufur u vvrjr hulcc-bsIuI
run, unit wt now present our mulch Ii-m
Stock of Groceries.
GRAIN AND FEED FOR YOUR USE AT .POP;
doom a oii-:n at a. n.
A. D. COOPER,
Our prices are always low,
and particularly so on shoes,
in coin pa rison with shoe st ore
prices, but wo havo determ
ined in order to ckwj out
everything in the nature of a
low quarter shoe, or slipiK'r,
to sell them so much below
their value that you will save
money to. buy even for next
year. Do not fail to see out
line of Summer Shoes you
will bo sure to buy.
We have Mason's Fruit
Jars, at lowest prices Jelly
Tumblers at M"c. ,Hr do..
IIarMr's Fly Traps ut I8e.
eneh Hammocks from $1
ujr ('roquet Sets, all prices
and we are selling these
goods, as we did last year,
at prices away below any
body else in town. We have
Ice Cream Freezers so cheap
that everybody run have
one (of the best makes, too),
and, whilo ice is cheap, 110
desriert is less exitcnsi ve.
Our stock of everything to
use, or to wear, to adorn
the parlor, or to lighten the
work in the dining room or
kitchen, is ho complete that
we cannot mention items.
WK IIAVK FVi:itVTIIIN(J,
and no one thinks our prices
high. You had always bet
ter try us for anything you
want before buying, IF VK
HAVE IT YOU SAYFMON
KY, if not well, we are pret
ty sure lohave it see, any
way. "BIG RACKET."
I. w. u. wii.i..
UIHvc Barnard llulldlns;. P. U. Do 00.
Plana, HptclAenllnaa, Detail, tc, forevcry
elaaa of building at ahort notice.
ARTISTIC INTERIOR DESIGNS A SPECIALTY.
Cnll and are ua. aprlnd.'lm
F. A. GRACE,
will Kxecule In
Encaustic or OH
Addrraaa Sfl WdOltWARO AVIt. Detroit,
Mich., or BOX 1143, A.havllle, N. C.
20 SOUTH MAIN STREET, ASHEVILLE, N. C.
It will take you but one
minute to read and you will
Hud by doingsoyou can save
m6noy by buj'ing j'our drugs,
medicines and such articl
ttt Carmichaers Drug Store
His stock fresh and complete
and at prices that defy com
petition. Don't forget the
placo, No. 20 South Main
Street Asheville, N. C.
You will besurprised to see
how for $K, $12 and
$15 will go in the purchase
of good, stylishly cut, well
made Clothing, with Chil
dren's and lioyi' Suits in
Away below those grades
we show serviceable suits of
Lately arrived, Men shand
sewed Kangaroo Shoes, Lar
dies Kid Oxford Ties, tine
Trunks and Valises and num
erous mid-summer items.
Our Mr. Redwood is now
in Richmond taking advant
age of the usual bargains
shown by New York salesmen
just before taking stock.
CLOTHING, DRY GOODS, SMALLWARES, HATS,
SHOES AND CARPETS.
7 & 9 PATTON AYE-
Filcgnut Drug Store cen
trally located well venti
latedeasy of access agree
able to customers attrac
tive to all, by day and night
illuminated with electrici
ty telephone attachment
Handsome Soda Water Ap
paratusice cold drinks all
day long fine 5 and 1 0 cent
Cigars and Kinney's Cigar
ettesChoice Perfumery and
Soaps Prescript ion Depart
ment noat and clean Medi
cal supplies unquestionably
the purest obtainable more
goods on hand now than
ever before patronage in
creasing, public confidence
secured, success attained
Asheville becomes tho Drug
distributor for a. hundred
miles around compel .it ion
relegated to tho rear too
busy to say mow to-day.
T. C. SMITH & CO., Drug
gists, Public Square, Ashe
ville, N. C.
TruHtcc'M Sale or Valuable
By virtue of the powrra nlvrn to the Irr
alunrd liv the deed III trilal to Itllll t'kt'culeil
l,y l. II. Hilttle and wife M. J. ttultlr, dntiil
heptcniucr ua, IHMO, nul.uml In the mlirr
of the Kt'HlattT or iHcda for lltim-oilihe
County. N, C, In hook in, at pnue 147, ete.,
to hlfh reference la hvrt'tiy nimle htr full
partkulara, to aeeure notca therein dtavrllH-d
itmvalilr to lloallu. Illa.lton At Co.. nml lit-.
eauaaofth fiillur. to my the Intrreat upon
anlfl notea for more tni.n ten on va ni.vr u in-
enuie due, all anld nnti-a, liy eaprvaa allpuln-
llon in aulil tleeil in iruat, iwtviiiu iH't-onir 0111
ntid Ih Iiik atlll unpnlil, mi, I It Ih Iiiu then fon'
niHde the duty of the anld truatie to mil the
hind i-onviyiil In anld deed In trual nml ili
arrtoeil liclow uKin deiniutd of anlil Boatle,
Mlnnton Ik Co., whkh dcniuiid hna lieen
1 herrlorr, I, T. II. Cohh, aueh trtlalee,
will aril at ptilille anle nt the court houav
door In Aahi vlllr. N. C , on Mondny, the
Jlatdnyofjiily, INIMIat lUo'elorkn. , lliclnnil
deavrlhed In anld deed III ttuat nltove mention
id, I vlnH In IliinromlieCoiintv, nlioiitont mllr
norlh. nt of the dty of Aahevllle, helnit pnrl
of "the Klmlierly Inn. I." In two tri.tta, the
llrat euntnlnlnx 17 acna more or Iraa nml the
anoud eontnlnliiH nil avna more or lew.,
nnld trail. ilJoln rath other and ulao uilloln
liinda ol A. II. mid C. It. I.yiioin, Kumiiel Kiiy
ami nlhcra. the llrat trilet lellia tilt- Innd eon
veyrdtnanld (a. It. Kulllf liy t). I'. 111. .mil
lion nml wife, and the second tract Ih-Iuk thut
tHinvi-vt-d to lilin by D. L. Kcynolda nml will-,
both of which dreda nre ri'Klatrrcd In anl.l
CMiuttv nnd to them reference la hereby inudc
for further dcaeriptlon. Befcrence la nutile to
anld deed III tlllat for All tiler dracrlptlnn or
.ulil Inntla and the efmrara and dlatnlHTa ol
the lM.uniliti-.ca. Temia of anle, eaah. Tbla
..a.yofju.,,nuo. T ,.,,
the: daily citizen.
FACTS AND COMMENTS.
Now that Pic-siiltnt Harrison is well
fixed for the Hummer why would it not
lie u good iilen for some l'loriila land
eoinpnuy in need of udvertiHiiiH to pre
sent him with n coUukv there? lie
miKht just us well piny both u ninnincr
iiml winter ciu;iKcment now that he is
in it. I'loridu needs n boom und needs
Ciiicaoo I ii ewers are hnvin it plens-
nnt little sci(;e of wnrhtrc in which the
wciiHini used nre cutting prices, Al
ready prices have dropied I'roni $11 tti
$1! a burrcl, amd the a venire Chicago
citizen who .4 liiilliiii if mil n beer
drinker, is tickled nil over and encourag-
inR the brewer nil In bis power. With
w liter ntisilively undriiikiiblc, il is no
doubt exceedingly grntifyiiiK to the k-o
pic of ChieiiKO Unit the brewers have
chosen so opportune u time to lugiu hos
Tun fact that the niarriue of the
mnyor of l-'ort Worth, Texas, and a
telephone girl is so sui pi isiun a piece ol
news that pnicrs all over the country
nre publishing a column of it, would lei il
to the natural inference that the standard
of society in the I.one Star State had
come up a kh or two. It was not ioiik
no when the marriage of n cattle king
to u washerwoman was not thought ol
sulhcicnt cnnscucncc to mention. Il
now they draw the line ill telephone
girls it is time to call a hall. They have
gone fur enough surely.
OiT in the I.one Star State the Tann
ers' Alliance are liooining a mail tunned
Hogg for governor. This brings before
the public the fact that the gentleman
with the euphonious title has two daugh
ters, one ol which he has named liuu, the
other I'm. The t Devlin proiiiiuniiigthc
full name of cither of these charming
young ladies is truly startling. The
humor ol the wild and wooly West must
be of u particularly iKCiiliar kind if it is
coniKsed of suchatroeiticsas this. I'lom
this neck of the woods it would seem as
if the mini who would saddle such loath
some mimes iimmi his daughters wits
more more fit to be a candidate for a
lynching lice than for governor of the
great State of Texas.
A Nl-:v Yokk detective who was called
in to ferret out a diamond theft ut New
port, K. I., told the victim of the roblicry
that it was no doubt the Trench muid
committed the deed for the woman
had red hair and no woman with ml
hair could be trusted. The wonderful
sagacity of the man got him a job ut $"
kt tiny und he went diligently to work
looking for clews. Meanwhile a local
Hiliceinaii who hud uu well founded be
lief about retl headed women and coiikc-
ipiently was worth only what the muni
cipality would pay him, nnd mi extras,
found the diamonds on the ktsoii of n
wooly headed African, The fancy detec
tive hist his job, the French maid lelt
Iter's in disgust und another theory is
biirstrtl just lieen use it could not be de
monstrated. GENERAL JOHN C. FREMONT,
The death of (Sencral John C. I-'rcmout
which occurred in New Vork on Saturday
removes from this country one of its most
familiar lundm.'irks. "John C. Fremont,
the pathfinder" is u name known In ev-
eiy school boy. lie was a most remark
(icnerul Fremont was born al Savan-
null, Ca., in lSi;i. Ilis lather was a
Frenchman, his mother a Virginian, lie
was educated at Charleston College,
South Carolina, and in ls;i;i shipNd as
instructor on the 1'nited States stoop
Natchez. In he Ugan that IiiIhh
that will live for nges to conic. It wus
then thut ut the head of an cxHililion lit
set out to explore thai country between
the Missouri river mid the Kocky moun
tains. Returning, successful in the then
great undertaking he was the lion of the
hour. Ill lM.'l he started outoiiaiiolher
cxicditiotl planned tin a more extensive
scale, lining U'yotul the Kocky moun
tain he explored u tract of country to
which he gave the unme "I'.rcut Itnsiu,"
nnd went us far north as Tort Vancou
ver. (In the ivtiirn trip tliev crossed the
Sierra Nevada mountains, against the
advice ol their guides who claimed thut
no mull hud ever ierfornied the journey.
As usual he wus successful, although the
trip cost his party many lives ami the
larger portion ol his animals. In 1HH
they returned to the I'nilcd Slates.
For his gallant services the young ex
plorer was ruiscil 1 the rank of brevet-
captain. The fame of his discoveries nnd
the heroic daring he had exhibited m Ins
undertaking spread his iiatnc to nil parts
of the civilized glolie.
In 18 Ml he returned to California and
took nil active purl in the war with Mex
ieo. There he hud u dispute with two ol
his siiierior ollicers nnd uxm his return
to Washington was censured for disobe
dience. He would not admit the justice
of the division and resigned from the
army. Two years Inter he went lo Cali
fornia al his own cxicnse mid settled
there. iMrecllv niter the state was ad
mitted he wns chosen senator. In 1K,";
he conducted a party at his own exKuse
on nn exploring trip to the Pacific, lie
wus nominated by the republican nation
al convention ns a candidate for i he pres
idency In lNtiM hut was defeated by
llitcliaiian. In I Hilt he wus mudemaior
geiieral and commundcr of the iK-pat l
ment of Missouri. In 1HI1J lie resigned.
Since then Fremont has retired from
public life hut his Influence wus great up
lo the duy of his death, His name will
live many years,
MANY LIVES WERE LOST AT
TWO TUOI'MNI) IHUK WIIHK
I:HH HTR1KI! TO-ltAV.
Biilcltlc ol a Proniliii-iil I'liy Hiclan
Two Persons Injured In New
York 1c-i..ihc-v HcIcunvcI.
SlH-cliil to The CltUcn.
Cn.NMAN'i i.Nul'i.K, July to. One tliiiu
sund houses were consumed by fire here
this morning aud many lives ware lost.
Iron Workers Htrlke.
SHciul to Tint ClTIZItN.
Thi-inton, N.J. , July lo. Two thou
sand struck for more pay at this place
Spcclnl to Tint Cmati'iN.
I.oniiiin, July lo. Henry W, Stanley
is improving and he was able to walk
out this morning.
8H-l-iitl to TlIK C1TIZKN.
Niiv Vohk, July 1,"., A Iniihliiig on
West I'orty-cighth street caved in and
two persons were injured.
IteiniiHev lilven Mall.
SiH-ciiil to The Citiaeu.
Ni:v VouK.July l". Iloodlerliciiipsey
gave bail this morning and was released.
A IMiyHlvlun MlllclfR-H.
SH-ciul to The Cttucll
IIiiiiokI.vx. July ).". Ir. Kiisell, the
most prominent physician in the city,
suicided here this morning.
II In F.lul.ty-Tt.lril lllrtlxlat.
SH-ciul to The Citicn.
l.oMioN, July 1.".. Cardinal Manning
was overwhelmed wilhgiflsaiid congrat
ulations to-day. He is ccltbraliiig his
eighty-third birthday anniversary.
RepulilU-ntiH lo Meet al CoIiiiiiImim.
:tM.-iiil to The Citizen.
Coi.i'Miirs, (., July 1.".. -Toliticinnsure
tillering here to-day In attend the re
publican stale convention which will
convene lo-niorrow. t.ovcrnor l-'orakcr
iscxKvted but will piobablv not preside
as had Iktii anticipated.
Tin- ttlate Hlioollnit Tonrnainenl.
itoeclnl to Ths Citiii'.n.
Sahaioi,.v, July -Tltc State trap-
shooters Ixgan u four day's tournament
hereto-day. The purses aggregate $1,-
.",no. I In the closing day there will Is.- a
team match U-tweeii the shooters from
T helps und Wcslticld for $2oo a side.
The CaHle Opened.
SlK'cild to The Clliien.
H.M.H AX, tily l.-..-Tbc Halifax-lkr-
muda cable oHiicd for business to-day.
The first message wus sent to Mayor
(runt, of New York, last week. To-day
the cable was put into full oicratiiu and
business is Is-'ing done at the rale of To
cents n word.
The Asheville Light Infantry will give
an ice crenm upicr nt the Farmers'
ware house to-morrow tiighl for the
ptiriKisc of raising funds to pay the ev
m.'iiscs of the trip to the Annual Stale
The delegates from this cily to the dis
trict conference nt llrcvard have returned.
Hon. II. A. t'liidgerof thiscily wascleclcd
lay delegate lo the annual eoiilercnec to
lie held at Concord. The other lay dele
gates appointed itrej. C. Curtis, of Hom
iny, J. A. Reugnn of Wcnvervillc nml (.
11. 1', Cole ol llcndcrsoiivdle.
W. l'aine, white, was at the railroad
leiHit vcslerdav wailiiiL- for a train.
when he nulled his pistol from his tHickct
und Iiml ut the wall of the waiting
room. He wus arrested and lined $10 liy
the mayor this morning for carrying a
.onccalcd wcuhiu, and .1 lor In-iiig
drunk and tlisorderly.
MCHOllltlOIIH Of HeNH-el.
Al a reuular coiiimimleation ol Ashe
ville Chapter No. 2,"i K. A, M held al
their hall Thursday night, July In, l.v.111,
I he lollowing resolutions were tinaui
hereas this chanter lias reeeiveil the
sad inlelligcutv ol the death of coinpan-
itin a. J. Illatr w hull ocetii ml on Sunday
the lilhdavofjiily, IS'.in,
Kesolvea, That 111 his death we are ad
monished of the ilivad siimmous that
awaits us all, und thai we should ever
lie nmiiirril to nice! thesainc.
Kesolved, That bv the death of our U-
loved and honored eomiiauiou the chap
ter has lost one of ils most valued com
panions nnd the members a kind and ge
Kesolved, That we extend to the grief-
striekeu laimlv ol our deiuirlcd coniimu
ion our deepest sympnlliv und thai we
comuieuil tliein to the great Architect of
Hie umrersc who alone etui conilort.
Kesolved, That 11 memorial page Iw set
anal I in the Imiiknl rceoril and that these
resolutions lie spread thereon mid thai
these resolutions Is- pulilislieil 111 lliccitt
piiH-rsanil a copy In-sent lo the family.
T. I. llAKOAX I
. A. Waom k.J Cniiini,
. II. II.MItll, I
Iriy" V011 can uel MitHou's improved
fruit jars, ipiarls and pints, and jellie
glasses, uu vcrv low 111 nrown tv
Thrush's new China store, under iiktii
It is riiuiorcd, unit with every ns-
surance ol Until, thai negotiations lire
now ieuding for the purchase ol 11 site
for 11 dcnol on Valley street. Two syn
dicates are desirous of securing this priv-
Icuc. II this Ik true, the lots nllercil to
morrow on South Main nnd Valley
stnvts wi vieh n neb profit to pur-
chasers. Situated as they are at the
i line t ion of the proposed Valley street
nnd the present South Main street elec
tric line they 111 socially desirable.
NORTH CAROLINA NOTES.
Monroe may have a furniture factory.
Murphy is talking of establishing a
Wadcsboro's population !b put down
Six prisoners cseniieri from the jail at
Hahlax and arc still out.
Ccorgc llincs, a l.'i year old Ooldsboru
lad was urownvd in Little river.
llishop Watson nnd bride have Bailed
from Mew York tor "Jcecnstown.
A Holstein calf fell into u well 3D (W t
deep al Charlotte, but wus not hurt,
Taluivombc has instructed its dele-
gales forjudge Phillips for the judiciary,
Rosa A, Prcvatl has been apjioiutcd
postmaster ut Gray Creek, Cumberland
Wilmington has hall a mind to follow
in the footsteps ol Charlotte and have a
Friday night the thermometer stood
at oil at Salisbury u marked change
Irom previous days.
The congressional convention of the
eigth district will meet in Lenoir on
1 hiiisday, August IN.
Mr. John l.ee Hunt, one of the most
prominent uiereliaiils in Killrell, is dead,
lie was 'Mi years old.
Rev. J. P. Faison, of Sampson county,
bus iust nassed nwav. The immediate
cause was typhoid fever.
Many farmers near Scotland Neck will
110 longer support the alliance organ
since ils attack on Senator Vance.
Four stores were destroyed by fire at
Mt. Cilead, .Montgomery county. It
was Incendiary. The loss is $H,llll('l.
Aunt Henv Mnv. ol Anson cotiulv. is
S'' years old and can work button holes
is neatly us you please without glasses.
Il is reported that the Kale'aih aud
('aston railroad company contemplate
making large auditions to their shops
and yards in Raleigh nt nil curly day.
An escaped alliualor swam around in
the river al Wilmington and made 11
iiumlH-r of old toiers think they had 'cm.
It was finally captured and returned to
lohn King, who was some two months
ago shot in Ciiccnville by a man named
Kawles. tiled tins week Irom the ellcet ol
the wound. Kawles had gone Ix-furc
A turtle six feet long three feet six
inches wide and weighing three hundred
pounds was caught ut Wrighlsvillc by
some colored men. Il was bought by
one of the hotels.
The board of commissioners of Pender
county have tillered 11 reward of $o for
the arrest and conviction ot the robbers
who have reecntlv caused so much ex-
f'.ienietf-11. lfla county.
II. W. Fries, R. F. Hoke, W. F. Korne-
gav aud Tlios. M. Holt have lieen elected
rectors ol the .North Carolina railroad
bv the stockholders in addition to those
ippoiutcd by the governor.
Ik-iiuis Home has Iktii arrested al
Wilmington, charged with U'ing the man
who rolilied Mr. Alono Millis oil the
road near that city. He denies Un
charge and says he can prove an alibi.
The passenger train going from the
Hammocks lo Wilmington was wrecked
three miles from the latter place, lin
ginccr Woods was the only one injured
mil Ins bruises were mil siigni. it is
thought that an attempt was made to
wreck the tram.
Ut. K. S. Young, of Coiici.nl, lr.
Hodges of Fnyctlevillc, and llr. Carr. of
I'm hum, will represent North Carolina
in the Itrilish medical association thai
meets in llirminghain, liiighind, July I'M,
1 still. 1 hev urc also tlclcgates to the in
ternational medical congress which meets
in llerliu, August 1, IS'.IO.
The Charlotte Consolidated Const ruc
tion Co. has been organized with a paid
iincanital of $1011,111111. I:. II. I.ntla was
elected president ot the company, also ol
. . . i'..l. ...:il
llie street rauwuy company, ..urn win
be begun at once extending the car lines
to the proudly recently purchased by this
company, und the horse cars will give
place to electric cars.
lohn White wns walking along a joist
near a line of shafting in the Kctisc River
l.uinlH-r company s nulls nl (.oldsiKiro
when his clot iiing was caiigot by n set
screw in the shafting. The latter was
inakuiL'nt the rale ol 'jnn revolutions
a minute. He was horribly mangled and
died a lew minutes after the machinery
was slopKil and he wus released.
Two delegates from the New Hanover
illiance tried to effect a fusion with the
democratic executive committee. They
could not and the committee adopted a
rcso mum slating that, "We as demo
crats could not deviate from the nlal-
lormnlllie ilcinocratie puriv, anil oy
our action pledge the ilcinocratie voters
to siinnnrl the ilemauils 01 llie runners
alliamv, and have therefore declined to
acinic to the demands of the coinmitte
with whom we conlcrreil.
Col. 11. C. ones, nf Charlolte, has
n ithilinwn from the congressional race.
lie has published a card auilouncing his
withdrawal, lie says: "inc result 01
the ilcinocratie primaries in other coun
ties in this eonuressioiinl district, has
already desigiintedCupt. S. II. Alexander
as tlic iiomiiiec ot the party, t uner tile
eiretiinstauecs to prolong the contest in
this county, would Ik- iitleuileil with 110
iHissiblc benefit lo me, or lo the party,
Iherelorc withdraw the announcement
of my candidacy. Captain Alexander
submits Ins claims to a party eonvcntion
and ns its nominee, he is entitled to our
support, and mute fie shall have, cheer
fully and ungrudgingly."
Whisperings of a grent scheme for de
velopment und improvement nt More head
Cilv reach us now mid then, but definite
details have not lieen given tint. As fur
as unfolded il miiiears to tie the prouet
of some great western railway interests
seeking 11 good ocean outlet on the south
Atlantic tor invited lines of northwestern
tratlic. The first step, il is said, is the
organization of n mnminolli lnud ami
improvement ceimpanv at Mnrchend, in
which large western capitalists will en
list to purelHisc nnd control large liodics
id land nlxiut Carolina nnd Morchcnd
cities, and develop and improve the water
fronts nml privileges there. The scheme
will involve the deepening ot the bar nt
Morehcail for the largest class of foreign
shins nnd the establishment ot the great
est shipping port lietwceti Norfolk nnd
New urlenns. new iicrne journal.
tt-iy" You can get anything you want
in the crockery and house furnishing
goods line, at ltrown & Thrush's new
Chum store, -n ration uvenuc.
NEVER FAILING CUKE FUR
TKAIH! MARK KUC.ISTI.Rlil.
ABSOLUTELY SAFE, PERFECTLY SURE AND
Cures) Ivvery Variety or Headache
AND NOTHING liLSU.
lias earned for itself
the enviable reputa
tion of being the finest, most effective
and reliable article in llie market for the
sK'cdy relief anil cure of every variety of
Hint common trouble, Hi aiiaciii:. The
immense favor which has greetcil it from
all ipiarters, proves ils true merits mid
icccptnhilily to llie public. 11 is sola
tium,' which almost everyone needs, and
those who have once tried it, will never
For its curative hiwci s il docs not de
pend upon the subtle influences of such
poisonous drugs ns
ANTIPYKINIJ, MORPIllNIi, t&
CHLORAL, AND COCAINIi,
Since il docs not contain an atom of
either ol these. It is absolutely flee from
injurious chemicals, and can be taken by
young aud old without fear or serious
results. Il is not a Cathartic, docs not
disarrange the stomach, and contains
110 noxious or sickening ingredients.
The !cculiur advantages of Antimi
graine consist in its being thoroughly
reliable as a cure for any kind of head
achewithout rcsKxt to cause leaving
no unpleasant or annoying after-effects,
as in the case of other so-called "harm
less" remedies. These ipialitics make it
the most Hipular and saleable article in
the market, wherever known.
IHKI.CTIONS rOK I SIi.
The duac for an adult is two teuHt,,nfula
in a wine glaaa of water. Iiuae for children
In proportion, accordion to age. In either
cnae the duac enu lie repealed every thirty
minuea nntil a cure la efli-eted. tine dose will
nlwaya drive away an attack of llciidnche,
if taken when lirst fccliiiK the premonitory
aymptoma; but if thenttuek la well on, nnd
aullcriiiR ia intense, the aeeond or third done
nuiy be mpjircd. I'aually a Kitnlcr number
f duaea ia reipiired lo tlR-cl the first cure
thiol Ia needed fur nuy aiieeeeditiu tune there.
lifter, showing that the medicine la ueeuniu
lullve in ita cllecla, lendinii tuwurd an evcnl
uul H.-rninneilt cure.
For anle ut
46 SOl'TII MAIN STREET.
Bargains ! Bargains t
We offer tfivatcr iiuluee-
nieiits lo cash lingers of Ihy
(iootls than any house in
All our Domestic (looils
boiiU'ht before the rise of cot
ton are now sold at iriine
Pans nml Parasols, the
best selection ill town, re
gardless of cost.
Curtains in ureal variety
for lews than you can buy
Table Linen, Towels, Nap
kins and Doilies al prices
that defy competition.
White (Iootls, Embroider
ies and Laces at half their
Our stock is very larje and
we are determined to reduce
Kid (i loves and Hosiery,
the best stock in Asheville,
all reduced to bottom prices.
Wo will undersell the low
est. Call and sec us before
All (loods are now marked
in plain figures lowest prices
in everything. Call and con
46 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
OpposlU Bask Of AahfrU-W.