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Asheville Daily Citizen
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VOLUME VI. NO. 62.
ASHEVILLE, N. C., THURSDAY, JULY 17, 1890.
PRICE 3 CENTS.
A place planned and devel
oping 118 u
Situated in the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for heulth
fulness and beauty of
An elevation of :i,80O feet,
It is being laid out with
tasto and skill, with well
graded roads and extensive
A desirable place for line
A good opportunity for
prolilublo investments. For
illustrated pamphlet, ad
dress, LINVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
I.luvlUc, BIUc-licll Co., N. C.
DRUMMERS' SAMPLES OF
A promt, Haitdkcrclilefl. and
At a.1 icr nt uud ptr Ii than
All New uud UilcHt aisles).
US H. MAIN 8T., A8UUVILLU,
IS TIIK PLACM FOK
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS
Views and Sketches.
WALTKH h'owY," ' W. W. WKST.
GWYN & WEST
8uecrMrs to Walter B.Owyn)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
REAL EST ATE.
Loaua Securely Placed at 8
Notary Pulillc. Comml.loncr. olOced..
OsPICK Moutheant t'ourtHqnare.
Real Estate Brokers,
And Investment Amenta.
Loan. sc. urely placed at 8 per ant.
oiHitsi a Ik tf I'atton Aye. Heeund lloor.
"HOW NOW, HORATIO I"
Wouhl.'t liuy llmlicr InnOa, inlniTiil prop
erllc. or A.hevlllo Heal It.tiitc t
Thtn call on u, llornllo, imil we will give
thee thy money', worth.
We can sell thee a house hit, Irnil thec shek
el, to erect a dwelling thereon, mitt Insure
the .nine In anr I'lra Insurance Compuny
doing IiusIiicm In this Hlnlc.
Olve u. a cull, llorutlol
JUNKS & JKNKS,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS.
Rooiim 9 Jk 10, McAfee Block,
a Psttoa Are., A.hcvllle, N. C.
snwisiiBi's 'a'isi'instrfTv-V'-,Mtr '''"'
KVURV DAY THIS WUUK
BENEFIT OF THE PUBLIC.
The Great Coinuly IMuy entitled I
Huh been withdrawn uflcr a wry successful
run, and we now mcnt uur mat. ':!-.
Stock of Groceries,
GRAIN AND FEED FOR YOUR USE AT .POP
IIOUKH OPKN AT 6 A. M.
A. D. COOPER.
Our priees are nlwnys low,
and particularly so on shoes,
in comparison with shoe store
priceH, but we havo determ
ined in )rder to closj out
everything in the nature of n
low quarter shoe, or slipper,
to sell them ho much below
their vulue that you will save
money to buy even for next
year. Do not fail to scu out
line of Summer Shoes you
will be Nurc to buy.
Wo have Mason's Fruit
Jars, at lowest prices .Idly
Tumblers nt .'I'm:, jier doz.
IlariM-r's Fly Traps at 18c.
each Hummocks from $1
up Croquet 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
IceCreiuu Freezers so cheap
that everybody can have
one (of the best mukes, too),
and, while ice is cheap, no
dessert is less exiieiisive.
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 so complete that
we cannot mention items.
WE HAVE EVERYTHING,
and no one thinks our prices
high. You had always bet
ter try us for anything you
want before buying, IF WE
HAVE IT YOU SAVE MON
EY, if not well, we are pret
ty sure to have it ste, any
way. "BIG RACKET."
I, W. U. WILL..
SMTIIUK J. WILL...
AMIIUV1LLU, N. C.
Olllec Uarnurd uulldlng. I'. O. llox 00.
lane, Hievllicutlon, licluil.. Ike., forvvcry
clue, of building at ahort notice.
ARTISTIC INTERIOR DESIGNS A SPECIALTY.
Cull and Me u. uprlllil:ini
F. A. GRACE,
will Ksecule lu
incauallc or Oil
AddrrMM 3d WOODWARD AVIt. Detroit,
Mich., or BOX Mil, A.bevllle, N. C.
W. C. CARMICHAEL,
20 SOUTH MAIN STREET, ASHEVILLE, N. C.
It will take you but one
minute to read and you will
Hud by doing so you can save
money by buy ing your drugs,
medicines anil such articles
at Cannichael's Drugstore.
I lis stock fresh and complete
and at prices that defy com
petition. Don't forget the
place, No. 20 South Main
Street Asheville, N. C.
You will besurprised to see
how for $8, $10, $12 and
5 will go in the purchase
of good, stylishly cut, well
made Clothing, with Chil
dren's and I Joys' Suits in
Away below those; grades
we show serviceable suits of
Lately arrived, Men's ha ml
sewed Kangaroo .Shoes, nu
dies Kid Oxford Ties, Hue
Trunks and Valises and num
erous mid-summer items.
Our Mr. Jtcdwood is now
in Kichmond 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 AVIS
Elegant Drug Store cen
trally located well venti
lated easy of access agree
able to customers attrac
tive to all, by day nnd night
illuminated with electrici
Handsome Soda Water Ap
paratus ice cold drinks nil
day long fine i ami 10 cent
Cigars and Kinney's Cigar
ettesChoice Perfumery and
Soups Prescription Depart
ment neat und clean Medi
cal supplies uiimicstionuoiy
the purest obtainable more
goods on hand now than
ever lielore patronage in
creasing, public confidence
secured, success attained
Asheville becomes the Drug
i ! . 1 1 1
oismuuTor lor a. nuutireo
miles around competition
relegated to the real too
busy to say inoro to-day.
T. C. SMITH & CO., Drug
gists, Public Square, Ashe
ville, N. C.
TruHtec'n Hale of Valuable
ttv virtue of the imwrrs izlvcn to lilt under
ftigncd hv the dii'd In trtiMt to him executed
liv l. I', mime nnn wile Al. j. mime, omen
HcimMlilicr illl. IMNtl, reilMcred III the olllec
of the Hi'Kl.tcr ol IKtiIh fur llimcotntic
County, N. C, In Hook IX, nt pnKC 147, etc..
to wniin relrrenee l. ncmiy nuuic lor iuii
particular., to nveure note, thcrn dccrlhed
oavnhle to llontle. Illaillon tit Co., nnd he
ciiuh' of th fnllure to pay the Ittterct upon
.aid note, for more thun ten dny. nfler It lie
cmtic due, ull .nld note, by c.pre.. Ntlpillll
tlon In mild deed In triiHt, huvltiK Iweotnc due
und ItclllK .till utltiilil, ilfltl It Im'Iiik therefore
niaile tile Hilly ol tlic niiio truniec to den me
Imld ennveyed III .uld dceil 111 trunt mill dc
Ncrlhed below tlioll deiniind of mild Pontic,
libinton at Co.. which demand hit. been
Tlleretore, I, T. Il.loon, n. .lien ini.ier,
will .ell ut public Nnlc lit the court holme
door In A.hcvllle, N. C, on Momlliy, the
Jl.tdnyof July, INIIOat lilo'clock ill .thclnnd
ilfxcrlbcd In mild deed In trtmt nbove mention
ed, l.vltiK In lluncomlieCounty, nbotitnuemllr
ttortluiiHi 01 ine cny 01 a.iicyiiic, ochik pnrt
of "the Klniberly land," In two triictn, the
llr.t coiitiilnliiK 17 ncrei more or leu. und the
Mcond contitliilnir on acre, more or irm.
Hold tract, ndloln each other mid iilmi nilluln
hind, of A. II uud C. K. I.ymmi, Hiiinuel Kay
and other., the II ml tract lieliiu the bind eon
veveil tn Mild II. II. Htlttlc by t. I'. ThoUIII-
oil und u lli, mid the kcoiiiI irnct Ix'lnu Hint
conveyed to iilm by 1). I., Reynold, nnd wile,
both of which deed, lire rcul.lcrcil In mil l
c until v nnd to them reference In hereby mndc
fur further dtMcrtotlon. krlereittv I. mndc to
miltl ilettl III tru.t yt further tlem rliillon of
mild Intnl. nnd the eourw. and iII.Uiht. of
the houtmiirir.. Term, or .ale, eunll. nil.
Ullh duy of June, lWO.
T, II. conn,
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
FACTS AND COMMENTS. "
('liuKtiU I., Sthi'IU'.ns, of Newark, while
wiilkinj; tliruUKll tliv wimkIii nt I.iikc-
wooil, N.J. , wits ntlnckvil liya Bpnttcil
nililcr. The reptile fiiHtctit'il its fung. in
Mr. Stephens' les. Mr. Stephens was
ntit in the least disconcerted imil iiictly
stnmietl the lil'cout of the uililer. Neither
tliil he deem it ncccssury to drink a quart
of whiskey or apply to u physician to
use his efforts to extract the virus. Such
remarkable self-restraint would indicate
K'reat nerve were it not for the I'ttet that
both ol Mr. Stephens' les arc wooden.
It now transpires that there arc dis
crepancies to the extent of sonic twenty
thousand names in tbcr turns of the St.
I'aul (Minn.) census, caused probably by
the overzculous enumerators anxious to
earn large fees, and the MinneaKiliH ico-
plc arc M)iutiiit: the linger of scorn at St.
I'aul, which but it few days a'o was the
accuser. And it all comes probably of the
npK)iiitiiiK KoUrt 1'. Porter, only a par
tisan Kepuliliean editor with no csK'cial
iiualifieatious tiir the work, suiieriulcud-
cnl of the census. What n tiilv !
A WAR OF WORDS.
Ilurinj; the last )ulernulorial canvass
in Virginia Mahonc published a state-
ineutsiKUCil by Maj, J. II. Lacy to the
ellect that ut a dinner party given by
General Lee the latter had said to Lacy
that during the war in case of his death
or disability he would have named Gen
end Mahonc to succeed hint in command
of the Confederate forces. Lucy's curd
also cited Ceil, Hampton us having
heard Ic make the remark, but Hamil
ton denied it. At u meeting between
Lacy and Ceil. Juluil A. liarly ut the un-
veilmi; of Ia-c's statue ut Kiclinionil
Early alluded contemptuously to Lucy's
statement uud July 'J published Lacy as
n slanderer of Iax. Lacy has just re
plied lit a long letter that has at least
the merit of Iraukncss. lie says:
"I was greatly miprivcd at the brutal
insult hc(Karly') ollered meat the un
veiling ol the statue of I xv, hut I am not
surprised nt his not remembering it,
for he was evidently blind drunk at tin
lime and not rcsHiiisiblc for his actions.
Inheriting little save an honora
ble name I can proudly say that for
more than threescore veal's it was nevci
tarnished by the breath ol detraction in
evcil suspicion until the find, false charge
of gratuitous and unnecessary falsehood
uttered to enhance the reputation of a
bitter political ciiciuv was made hv this
drunken Tlicrsites uud hoarv slanderer,
now waxed insolent and wanton upon
the bounty of the Loiiikiaua lottery."
The merits of the dispute aside-, this is
not an edifying Sjicctacle herewith pre
sented. Until of these distinguished ex
Confederates could bet Icr have a Horded
to Ik mistaken than to have brought on
il discussion pitched on so low a plain
and with so little promise of coinincine
each other of anything.
Ilesides, the real stilijeet-iiiatttT ol the
dispute Mahonc is of the least possi
NOTHING TO LAMENT.
A Charleston tiewspaier recently com
men ted at length, of course without jeal
ousy, on the fact that ninny parts of the
South had changed ami that some nota
bly Atlanta bud not changed for the
better. Atlanta, it said with ierliiips
some truth, was now u city wholly given
over to a mad scramble for wcallli rather
regardless of those ancient virtues truth,
unselfishness, n high sense of honor, mod
esty and the careful courtesy of true gen
tlemen. The Chattanooga Times asserted in re
ply that the new South was latter than
the old ; better to live in ; U tter to work
in; lietter tit Us results; based on a civi
lization more likely to be enduring; and
Wire prosierius because, on the whole,
more deserving to lie.
The discussion thus oicucd continued
nil along the line, the big artillery boom
ing at regular intervals in heavy editori
als, while the small arms kept up a tat
tling fire of pungent argument. The
Charleston voice of lament for the old as
better than the new wus silenced if nut
convinced. The discussion revealed thai
the South is not looking backward, but
forward; the old has gone fotcttr and is
Out what struck us as particularly no
ticeable was the assumption adopted in
if not (Ichutahli thiitouly the South hud
hanged; that only here could there pos
sibly be any complaint that neivilinatioii
greatly beloved hail passed away never
again to produce men so brave, women
so fair. This view is narrow and incor
rect. The South has indeed changed, but
the rest of the country has been far from
standing still. Manners and customs
from Maine to California arc far from
being what they were even thirty years
ago; nnd in the North more than in the
South, much that was admirable has
gone with more that was not,' How
could this Iw otherwise when parts of
New r.nglaud arc more Irish than Dublin
or Cork; New York city cosmopolitan
hut all too lit tic American; Cincinnati,
lluffnlo and Milwatikcculmost iisUcriniiu
as llcrlin ; parts of Minnesota given over
to Norwegiansaml Swedes; Chicago har
boring more anarchists than Vienna; He
troit with its Polish colony MI.IKHIslroug;
Situ Francisco with its Chinese quarter
where the face of the Caucasian is seldom
seen ; and the toreigncr Holding the bal
ance of political power in scores o( north
cm cities ?
Which liiischnngcd the more the North
or the South ami which most for the bet
tcrf 11 the South lie ol good heart. Her
household gods were not all thrown down
when the one of smallest value brought
on wrr and desolation. The tyM! of
American least influenced by the foreigner
who knows not what lilwrty means will
lie found in that section of the country
that listens closest to the teachings of
the fn thcrs of the republic nnd can rend of
them in the English language,
A TREASURY DEFICIT OF
SENATOR ALLISON'S STATEMENT
IN THE SENATE.
Mulor Canton, Clerk of the Mount.-
Way. and Means Commit
lee. PreneiilH the Marl
IMllludetphln Time., July 10.
All speculation us to an immense Treas
ury deficit at the close ut ,m present l.s-
cul ycur is cm led liv senator Allison sollt
cinl explanation of the appropriations
passed anil necessary to Dc passed this
session. It shows that under no kissiIiIc
circumstances enn the absolute bankrupt
cy of the Treasury now be avoided, and
that the deficit is likely to be $'.14,0(111
mid, ami may be ns much as ? 1 i-,ihhi,-
The statement given In the Ledger yes-
1....1.... c .1 , :.u ..!.!...
villi,,,, ill,,,, lll.ljoi .OI IllMI, IvB tlOBIIIOL;
ton correspondent, at once silences nl
doubts lis to the utter nnd hopeless bank
ruptcy ol the Treasury. Major Carson
is clerk of the House Committee of Ways
and Means; he is thoroughly advised ns
to the revenues and niiprouriatioiis: he
is known us one of the most conservative
and rehablcot newspaper correspondents,
mil lus presentation ol the hnancial con
dition of the nation is simply appalling.
The reliable statement of the revenues
and the now necessary appropriations
assuming that the new tarill lull will
puss with its more than $5ii,ihi(I,immi of
reduction of stiimr taxes shows that
with only J JO.Otitl.tMH) estimated to be
pain lor tlciicmlciit pensions this year
the deficit must lie about $1 U.IMIO.Iitm.
r.ven the titiHtnoiicmcnt ol the nrnrlv
$:iil,uot,tMHl in the river uud liarlmr bill
which would lie only charging $.'ll),OO0,-
uiHJot tms years cxjiciKiiturcs to next
year would not reduce the deliciincy
materially, us the steamship subsidy iti
propriatioiiB are not included in the esti
mate given, nor is the Ili.Otili.ooo or
mure needed to execute the force election
hill, nnd the amount tor new deienilent
it-usioiis is likelv to Ik; nearer S-UUMMJ,-
ooo thun $11,(11111,1100 in the first year.
t lie people ol the country who for
cigui years pnsc nave oeen itirciug an par
lies to declare in favor of reducing the
treasury surplus hv reducing taxes, must
now lace the learltil truth that the profli
gacy ol the present congress has al
ready destroyed tile surplus anil bank
rupted the treasury nearly $Ioii,ihki,immi
inileiH'ndcut ol the protiosctl reduction ol
$.,il,iliio,(Mil)ol revenue by the new tariff
bill; and il the tarill lull slu.ll pass, the
elicit will lie increased lully J.ill.illMl.tHltl
lore with increased tuxes on very many
if the common necessaries of life.
Never in all the history of partisan
folly has such midsummer madness been
exhibited by nny party in power; nnd il
there is any wisdom and patriotism left
in republican leadership in Washington,
a sudden uud iicreiiiiitory hall will lie
culled iihiii republican suicide. Nero's
lulilliug over burning Koine basncver had
so bold a counterpart us is presented by
party leaders seeking to lorec mi in
creased tax tarilf bill that reduces the
revenues over $3U,ll0li,lHMl, and a force
lection bill to cost SI2,tl(H),lMill more.
when sheer prolligucy has already bank
rupted the treasury nearly J 1 00,000,
000, Tile Heat In New York,
SH1- to TlIK ClTIXKN.
Nl-w Yokk, July 1 ".The llier meter
was !IH ' at noon. There have Ikxii many
prostrations and two deaths.
A Uuenec llli.xe.
Sicclnl to TlIK ClTIIKN.
Ot lihliC, July 17. A tenement building
in this city was consumed by lire this
morning. A family of five srsons was
burned to death.
The llhcrlc Trouble.
Hneciill to Tux ClTIZKN.
ll.M.II AX, N. S., July 17. A Newfound
land schooner firetl on a French lisbcr
mnn near here and a man of war left the
httrbor this morning for the scene.
Clonk Cullern Resume Work.
siH-ciul to The Cltlu-n.
Ni:w York, July 17. The striking
cloak cutters resumed their work this
To Arrniiite lor the Iviiviiiiipiiient.
Sieehtl to the Cttlicti.
IIiisto.n, July 17. The council of the
('.. A. K. having the encampment ar
rangements in hand, met here to-day.
WIhcoi.hIii Menulillcnnn Meet.
SH'chll to TlIK ClTIXKN.
Mil. WAt'KHK, July 17, The republican
Slate executive committee is in session
here to-day. It will probably fix Uon
August 20 nt the date for the republican
The Lord Mayor UcccIvvm.
Siecliil to The Cltlirn.
Lonpiis, July 11. The lord mayor
gave 11 grand reception to the delegates
to the Universal Pence Congress to-day
Mulled for Kurope,
ttH-ehll to Till! ClTIXKN,
Ni'.w Viimk, July 1 7. Kiclutid Crokcr,
the Tammany leader, sailed for Enrol
on the steamship Columbia to-day.
Kchil to The Cltken.
St. Pai i., July 17. A cyclone passed
over parts of Minnesota last night, but
fortunately no lives were lost.
Kiln K it t ridge, the champion micro
scopic postal card writer in the world,
has succeeded in writing the President's
Inst message, consisting of 10,(101) words,
on a postal card.
Mark W, liunlinm, of Aurora, III., is
said to own one of the largest stock
farms in the world. He started it in
1h7M by importing twenty horses. Since
that time his uuiititil importations have
reached III Ml.
Ny Ten dollars will buy choice of suits
former prices $1(1, $1 and $U each ut
Whillock's, opposite bunk of Asheville.
W" You can get anything you want
in the crockery mid house furnishing
goods hue, nt llrown & 1 lirsth s new
China store, 41 Putton avenue.
NORTH CAROLINA NOTES.
The census of WiiiBtoit is not yet com
Ncnrly 4-,0()0,(l((l feet of lumber were
used in ureensboro during May.
1 he Montgomery county jnd was
without a prisoner for two months.
The Lynchburg and Durham railroad
is expected to reach Durham this week
A Raleigh syndicate hits purchased
1 ,200 acres of coal land in Chatham
P. A. Reeves, a well known farmer of
Clayton, Johnson county, was killed by
Henderson litis a population of ,1B1
according to the new census. In 18KU it
There is talk of celebratintr the eentcn
ninl of the charter of Kulcigli in 181)2 by
a state ex iosiiion.
inston-Milcm s electric street cars
have made their first trio. The system
is a complete success.
A large flour and meal mill with the
latest improved machinery will proba
bly Ik established at Durham.
The Modern Tobacco Ham Company
of High Point has accepted n.proiiosi-
lion to move their plant to Oxford.
Hack George, nn industrious negro car
K'litcr was struck by a Richmond nnd
Danville trniu nt Greensboro and killed.
A. L, Jarrett, of High Point, lias made
a bicycle entirely of wood, and says he
can make as good time us on a Colum
Troy Carroll, of lohnson county, has
oi-vn convicicu 01 iiiiciKiisiiiiinir nna sent
to the Columbus, Ohio, icnitentiary for
A syndicate of Philadelphia capitalists
11ns purchased the Kirkpatriek place
nenr t'.rccnslHiro, for $40,000. The
proerty will Iw improved.
E. Morgan, a colored section hand on
the Richmond mid Danville railroad, was
bitten by 11 black spider on his hip and
foot and rendered helpless.
Kcv. U. k. Hall. ofOoldslmro. has been
mentioned us a good man to succeed
Kcv. II. I'- Dixon as superintendent ol
the Oxford Orphan asylum.
Wm. Tompkins, a colored brnkemnn
on the Norfolk und Carolina railroad,
had his skull fractured while coupling
cars. He died soon ultcrwards.
T. L. Kbcrhardt, of Raleigh, captured
a shark at Morchcud City that was said
to lie 1 M Icet long. 1 Ins is luruest one
caught this season at that place.
Simon W.ird. colored, killed Mary Sel
lers near Maxton, with a razor. He
went to a church und told what he had
done and then escaped.
A State convention of the farmers' al
liance will be held nt CreenslHiro next
week. A uiimlicr of distinguished speak
ers have accepted invitations to be pres
Unnncr Jordan, the son of n well
nown liveryman of k'crncrsvillc, stole
horse and buggy belonging to his
father and cloH.d with a young society
latly of that place.
A Winston iewclcr will give a cold
headed cane to the member of the base
ball club of that city making the largest
numlier of base hits in games to tie
played this month.
At the session of the State pharma
ceutical association held at Morehcad
City, a resolution was passed looking to
the establishment of a chair of plmr
mitcy at the University.
Thus. Sharp was fatally shot by Kobt.
Smith in Davidson county. The young
men had quarreled alniut a tritlc u week
iKforc, mid the shooting resulted, smith
succeeded in making his escape.
A spark from nn engine on the Aber-
lecn and West Und railroad in Mont
gomery county set fire to the forest nenr
Candor nnd hundreds of acres of land
were burned over. M ueli valuable pine
timber was destroyed.
Wyatt A. Welborn, a young man well
nnd favorably known in this Stntc, has
committed several forgeries nnd disnp-
icnml from lus home in Washington
City. He wusat onetime superintendent
of the Salisbury graded schools.
It is said that the children of the Ox
ford Orphan Asylum were much grieved
when tliev learned that Dr. Dixon would
leave that institution to become presi
dent of the Greensboro l'cmiilc College,
and that all shed tears.
The Scaconst and W., (). & U. C.
rnilroadcompiinics haveolfcrcd a reward
if S.iOO for evidence sufficient to convict
the iK-rson or persons who placed the
obstruction in the road crossing which
a used the accident 011 the lornicr road on
the Mill of J uly.
Dr. 0. W. lllacknall. of the Atlantic
Hotel syndicate. Morchcnd Citv. has
written to the executive committee of the
North Carolina Press Association, that
the editors will be entertained there free
of charge when they go down on their
xctirston July 20.
Richard S. Reed, a 17 year old Ikiv.
wns plowing in a held in Mecklenburg
county when the plow struck a stump
and he wns thrown against the plow
handle. He died twenty'lour hours af
terward from the effects of the shock re
ceived in the abdomen.
A company has been formed in Dur
ham to publish nn educational piqier.
It will be called the Southern Educator.
The ollieers arc: President, Dr. John
Crowell, of Trinity College; vice presi
dent, Hon. Thus. J. Jarvis; secretary and
treasurer, Professor W, A. Uluir.
J. C. L. Harris, the noted Raleigh re
publican, hns returned from Washington
City. He snvs thut the two internal
revenue districts in this State will not lie
consolidated and that Eaves' successor
will not be appointed until twenty days
after congress adjourns. Then the Pres
ident will ntiH)int a new man, but who
the man will lie, Harris is unable to say.
D.M. ThoTnburff.ucnrpcntcrof Greens
born, threatened to kill himself while he
was angry with his wife. She informed
the H)liec who mndc senrch for Thorn
buiif. When found he ncted ns if he
had swallowed mison, but nfterwnrds
suddenly revived nnd made desperate at
tempts to kill the policeman. It is
thought his suicide scheme was a pre
tense, nnd lie has Dccn locked up.
W Vine French China dinner nnd tea
sets, elnlMirntely decorated. Fine decor
ated Australian China toilet sets, suita
ble for wedding presents, beautiful glass
ware In n fierlcet pink color. All very
pretty at urowu cx inratn s.
1, v ' .tV'jv&vk W4is'ilw
NEVER FAILING CURE FOR
TRAIIB MARK KUOISTURUD.
ABSOLUTELY SAFE, PERFECTLY SURE AND
ALWAYS SPEEDY. '
Cures) livery Variety of Headache
AND NOT111N0 ELBU.
Has earned lor itself
the euviablc reputa
tion of being the finest, most effective
and reliable article in the murkct for the
speedy relief und cure of every variety of
that common trouble, Uuauachk. The
immense favor which has greeted it from
all quarters, proves its true merits and
acceptability to the public. It is some
thing which almost everyone needs, und
those who have once tried it, will ucver
For its curative j towers it does not de
pend upon the subtle influences of such
poisonous drugs as
CHLORAL AND COCAINE,
Since it docs not contain an atom ut
cither ol these. It is absolutely free from
injurious chemicals, und can be taken by
young and old without fear or serious
results. It is not a Cathartic, does not
disarrange the stomach, and contuins
no noxious or sickening ingredients.
The ieculinr advantages of Antimi
graine consist in its being thoroughly
reliable as a cure for any kind of bend-
ache without rcsicct to cause leaving
no unpleasant or annoying after-effects,
as in the case of other so-called "harm
less" remedies. These quulitics make it
the most popular and saleable article in
the market, wherever known.
DIKliCTIONS FOK USU.
The doee for an adult t. two teasitoonful.
in a wine (tl.uof water. IMmc for children
in proportion, according to okc in either
caw the dome can be repented every thirty
minue. until a cure I. effected. One dose will
alway. drive away an attack of Headache,
if taken when drat feeling the premonitory
aymptom. ; but If the attack I. well on, and
raftering: 1. intense, the second or third done
may be required, ll.ually a greater number
of ton I. required to effect the ft rut cure
than 1. needed for any succeeding time there
after, .hawing that the medicine I. accumu
lative In it. ellect., tending toward an event
ual permanent cure.
CKANT'8 rilAKM ACY.
46 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
Bargains! Bargains t
Wo offor grat-tUT induco
mollis -to eunll buyers of Dry
Goods than any house hi
All our Domestic (tootls
bought before the rise of cot
ton are now sold at prime
Fans and l'arasols, the
best selection in town, re
gardless of cost.
Curtains in great variety
for lens than you can buy
Table Linen, Towels, Nui-
kins and Doilies at prices
that defy competition.
Whito Goods, Embroider
ies and Laces at half their
Our stock is very largo and
wo aro determined to reduce
Kid Gloves und Hosiery,
tho best stock in Asheville,
all reduced to bottom prices.
Wo will undersell the low
est. Call and see us before
All Goods aro now marked
in plain flguivs lowest prices
in everything. Call and con
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