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Asheville Daily Citizen
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SC. PK HVNDRKD,
VOLUME VI. NO. 64.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, SATURDAY, JULY 19, 1890.
PRICE 3 CENTS.
A place planned and devel
oping as a
Situate in the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for health'
fulness ami lenity of
An elevation of .l.HOO feet,
It is being laid out with
taste ami nkill, with well
graded roads and extensive
A desirable place for Him
A good opportunity for
profitable investments. For
illustrated pamphlet, ad
dress, LINYILLE IMPROVEMENT CO,,
iMnvlllc, Mitchell Co., N. C.
DRUMMERS' SAMPLES OF
Apron, Handkcrchlcla and
At an T cent and 33t. r cent. teas than
All New and -Laical Wtylcs.
aa s. main bt.. abhbvillb,
rsxMs ntvi FOB
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY 600DS
Views and Sketches.
GWl & WEST,
(SacceMora to Walter B.Owyn)
REFER TO SANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loans Securely Placed at
Notary Public. CommlMloocrB of Deed.,
orflCK-aowlhewal Court annare,
Real Katate Broken,
And Investment Agents.
Loan, s urely placed at I per cent.
Unices' !t.iMIPattn'Af. Second floor.
"HOW NOW, HORATIO I"
Would.'! hu.y tlmttcr land., mineral proi-
riles or Asheville Nral ll.tale r
Thrt call on .. Horallo, and we will aire
(hre Ihjr money', worth,
W caa aril thet a houc lot, lend thee .tick
cl. to erect a dwrlllna thrrron, and in.urr
the lane in an Hire In.urnnc. Coniiny
doing bu.lnca. in lhl Stale,
tile. a call, Horatio
JKNKft Jk JKNKH,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE IROKERS.
Btooms 9 4k 10, McAfee Block.
a Pattoa At., AshavllM, N. C.
KVERV DAY THIS WEEK
BENEFIT OF THE PUBLIC.
The Great Comedy Play entitled;
Una been withdrawn after a very successful
run, and we now prcKnt our matchlcu
Stock of Groceries.
GRAIN AND FEEO FOR YOUR USE AT POP-.
DOORK OPKN AT 6 A. M.
A. D. COOPER,
Our prices art! always low,
and particularly ho on shoes,
in comparison with shoestorc
prices, hut wo havo determ
ined in order to elosa out
everything in the nature of a
low quarter shoe, or Hlipier,
to well them ho much below
their value tha t you will save
money to buy even for next
year. Do not fail to nee our
lino of Summer Shoos you
will be sure to buy.
Wo havo Mason's Fruit
Jars, at lowest prices Jelly
Tumblers at ''ine. per doz.
Harj-ier's Fly Traps at lWc
each Hammocks 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
Ico Cream Freezers so cheap
that everybody can have
one (of the best makes, too),
and, while ice is cheap, no
dessert is less expensive.
Our stock of everything to
use, or to wear, to adorn
the parlor, or to lighten the
work in tho dining room or
kitchen, is ho complete that
wo cannot mention items.
VK 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 shj, any
. W. V. WILLI,
AKTHUa J. WILL.
AttHIIVILLli, N. C.
Office Darnard Building. P. U. loit 8(1.
'Ian., Suedflcatloa., Details, ffcc, forevery
clam of building at .hurt notice.
ARTISTIC INTERIOR DESIGNS A SPECIALTY.
Call and area., aprladam
F. A. GRACE,
" Will Kaecuta in
Itiicaunttc or Oil
StcallatloFloral, Renaissance at
Addreaaa 86 WOODWARD AVB. Detroit,
Mich., or BOX IMS, Asheville, N. C.
W. G, CARM1CHAEL,
20 SOUTH MAIN STREET, ASHEVILLE, N. C.
It will take you but one
minute to read and you will
find by doingsoyou ennsav
money by buyingyour drugs,
medicines and such articles
at Cai'michael's Drugstore.
His stock fresh and complete
and at prices that defy com
petition. Don't forget the
place, No. 20 South Main
Street Asheville, X. C.
You will besurprised to see
how fnr $8, flO, $12 and
$15 will go in the purchase
of good, stylishly cut, well
made Clothing, with Chil
dren's and Boys' Suits in
Away below those grades
we show serviceable suits of
Lately arrived, Men shand
sewed Kangaroo Shoes, La
dies Kid Oxford Ties, tine
Trunks and Valises and num
erous mid-summer items.
Our Mr. Redwood is now
in Richmond taking advant
age oi tne usual nargains
shown by New York salesmen
just before taking stock.
CLOTHING, DRY GOODS, SMALLWARES, HATS,
SHOES AND CARPETS.
79 PATTON AVE.
Elegant Drug Store cen
trally located well venti
lated easy of access agree
able to customers attrac
tive to all. by day and night
illuminated with electrici
ty telephone attachment
Handsome Soda Water Ap
paratus ice cold drinks all
day long fine 5 and 10 cent
Cigars and Kinney's Cigar
ettes Choice Perfumery and
Son ps Prescription Depart
ment neat and cleun 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 the Drug
distributor for a hundred
miles around comietition
relegated to tho rear too
busy to say more to-day.
T. C. SMITH & CO., Drug
gists, Public Square, Ashe
ville, N. C.
Trustee's Sale or Valuable
n. virtue of the nnwer alven to the nndrr
.Igncd bv (he dml In tru.t to hlin eacctilrd
iv . i. null . nmi win- ni. I. iwiiti .,..,
of the Register or Heeds for Buncombe
county, n. t., in nun, i. . pw '"
to whli-n reference 1. ncrroy mmnr o,r ium
iiartlculara, to wore note, fhrrcln dewrilwri
... wal.lr t,i lio.tip. Ill.ntim A Co.. and lie
cauar of the fnllurc to im the lnlerrt uM,n
..Id note, for more thnn ten rin after It lie
came due, all Mid nolra, by e.pmui .IIimiIh-
tion In Mild ilreil in trunl, nnvinn iwvomr uur
nnd nrlni .till unpaid, and It Ik-Iii therrfi.rc
made the duty of the anld tru.tre to wll the
IMnn conyrvrw in piu ,n-.i, in ..up m
Mrihrd lielow utHin demand tn .nlil llo.tlc,
Hlnnton Kt Co,, which demand ha. been
Therefore, I, T. H. Cobb, a. aueh trii.lrr,
will Mil at public .ale at the court houac
door In A.heTllle, N. C, on Monday, the
Jl.tdnvof lulv. INIHIal lyo'cliK'k m ., thrland
deiH'rllied In .nid deed In tru.t altovc mention
ivlntf In HuncomhcCounlv. about onemlle
north, n.t of the dly of A.heelllc, lielng part
of "the Klmlierly land," In two tract.. Ihc
Arat containing 17 acre, mora or IrM and the
iwcond conLnlninil nu acre, more or wm.
Ha hi tract, nilloln each other and al.o ailloin
land, ol A, II and C. K. I.ymnn, Hitmnel Kay
aM.l tiihrra. the flrat tr.ct lielna the land con.
eeved to .aid l. I', rlintle by o. I'. Thomp.
wh and wife, nnd the Mcond tract Iwlng I hut
conveyed to him by D. I.. Reynold, and wife,
t....h r .hl,'h rirril. .r. rrul.terrtl In .nld
rauntv and to thrm reicrence I. hereby m.dc
r.. r..Hh, tl. aiTliitlna. Urfrrencv I. made to
aid deed In tru.t for further docrlptlnn of
.aid land, and the counw. and dl.tance. nt
the bounriarlea. Term, of .ale, eah, Thl.
THE DAIL.V CITIZEN.
FACTS AND COMMENTS.
On i! thing ia certain, the Cwirof Russin
is nut likely to no broke this year, lie
owns 50,(100,000 acres of land.
Ciiai'NCKV Dtti'KW hasdcnietlthcrumor
that the Vantlerbilts have purehaactl the
Union stock yarns at Chicago. After the
recent game in which an Knglish synili
cnte got worsted so badly in n stock
yard purchase at the windy city il ia not
likely thnt the Vanderbilts would care to
So far as Vance is concerned the un
lulled for attuek lias done him no harm,
On the contrary the condemnation by
people and press Irom every nrt of
North Carolina of the act ol I'aj Progres
sive Parmer lias strengthened the senator
nnd to-day Zcb Vnncc is more the idol of
the tar heels than ever lie was before.
Tub row over the World's Fair site nt
Chicago is still on. The city council has
just passed an ordinance that if the com
missioncrs fill in the proMscd land along
the lake front, at the conclusion it shall
Ik turned over to the city, and this prac
tically knocks that scheme in the head,
ust what will Ik done now is a question
Nobody seems to know.
And even the republican leaders arc he-
ginning to understand that thelootingof
the treasury is perhaps not all the pcoplr
sent them to Washington to do. Thomas
II. Reed, speaker of the house of represen
tatives, has issued his order that no more
public building bills shall be heard this
session. It would seem as if it were about
time they were In-ginning to sec the situ
Onk of the eight democrats who absen
ted himself from the house of representa
tives when a vote was take on Lchl
back's amendment to the Force bill, has
tried to shoot a newspapercorrcsMndcnt
who sent the dispatch to his par. It's
funnv how some men sipiirm under
the truth. The name of the infuriated
law maker is Crain, he hails from Texas,
and be is one of the few democrats who
sold his party for a mint julip.
Sknatom Vkkt is another statesman
who is like Senator Vunce opimaetl to tin
sub-trensury bill, lie has written n letter
to his Missouri constituents in which he
earnestly opposes it. He says: "Tin
proposed legislation is antagonistic t
nil my ideas of our government. I nm
opposed to all laws which put the gov-
mcnt into mrtnersliip with rliisscs or in
dividuals. The government should not
be made warehouseman or auctioneer or
bailee. It is simplv a governmental agen
cy, whose Kwers and functions arc lim
ited and defined by the constitution, anil
I do not belong to thnt school which
teaches that under the general welfare
clause of the constitution congreasenn do
anything." The mightiest brains in the
country stand by Senator Vance while
the only opposition comet from a little
one horncorgan the Progressive Fanner.
Tn ft reason for the failure of the Geor
gia watermelon trust hat just come to
light, it went under because t he dealers
were just a little shrier than the men
who were at the head of the combina
tion. The explanation given is that tne
melons were shipd to accredited agents
in all of the large Northern cities to Ik?
told wholesale by auction. The plan did
not suit the ideas of the local dealers in
Chicago and they quietly formed a coun
ter combination. According1)-, when the
first Georgia melons were put up for sale
there was only one bid a wickedly low
one for the entire lot, and the melons
hail to go at that. Then the purchaser
divided up the shipment with hit fellow
conspirators and they charged full price
to the small drnlcraund the public, there
by making immense profits. The plan
was adopted elsewhere, resulting in the
smashing of the melon trust, f korgin
melons are now on a free market, with
two weeks to run.
Whkn a lew days ago Tim Citkkn
ailed attention tn Congressman Hwnrt's
able tH?ech in the house in opMiaition to
the force bill, nnd intimated that it was
made with one eye on the coming elec
tion it meant just what it said, and the
fact that Mr. liwnrt's own paier, the
Itcndcrsonvillc Times, Is out in its Inst
issue whining Ikx-iuisc inch a motive
was assigned shows clearly thnt Tim
Citkkn prodded into a very tore place.
It wnt the only piier in the South that
attributed such motives to Mr. liwnrt,
says the article in substance.
Well, what of thnt? Thk Citkkn Is
glad it was sharp enough to tec through
the little game of Congressman liwart
even if it wnt nlone, and it it with a
great deal of pleasure that It thanks its
republican contemporary for its compli
ment In saying thnt nlone it saw through
a bright scheme looking to the re-election
of Mr. Uwnrt. And the beauty of it it,
it it all tn; isn't it, Mr. Timet?
Hut Tmk Citkkn it willing to do the
square thing. If liwnrt It nominated
anil doet not use his twcch at a cam
paign document Thk Citkkn will apolo
gise for lit Insinuation if the Timet will
do the tame in case thnt ta?ech doet go
into the campaign.
A Tramp In ttis Mountains.
A imrty consisting of Wallace It, Kol
lint, James K. Rav, liugenc M. Keanlrn,
William Johnston, Jr., C. A. Webb and
J. R. I'hilbcck left thit morning for a
tramp through the mountains. They
will visit Craggy, Mitchell, IltMine and
Cn-tar't Head and wilt he rone two
weeks. All their baggage it carried by a
TWO SETS OF DELEGATES
ONE TO THE JUDICIAL, THE OTH
ER TO THE STATE.
The Meeting Prenldecl Over by Mr.
U. A. Nhnford-Harnionlous In
Kvery Way-Monte Good An.
The county democratic convention for
the purpose of selecting delegates to the
judicial convention at I try win City and
and the State convention nt Raleigh was
held in the court house, to-day. The
meeting was called to order by C. M.
McLoud, chairman of the county execu
live committee, and the representatives
of the democratic newspniers of t he city
were made secretaries. The following
townships were represented: Asheville,
Block Mountain, Ix-ii-rster, Limestone,
Lower Hominy, Recms Creek, l'icr
Mommy, Avery's Creek, French Broad.
Chairman Mcliud withdrew at chair
man of the meeting nnd Mr. ti. A. Shu-
ford was elected to fill his place. Mr.
Shuford was conducted to the chair by
Hon. 11. A. Gudgcr and Mr. I'leas Is
rael. He made a short Swcch and de
clared the meeting ened.
The townthiiw selected a committee
to npHint delegates to the judicial anil
Mate conventions. The committee was
Hazel J. M. Lcdford: West Asheville
. M. Campbell; Knst Asheville A. II.
Uaird; llcuvcrdum I. V. Ilnird; Hilt-
more R. 1 Walker; Haw Crcck-T. T.
I'atton; A very 't Creek W. T. Spring;
lllack Mountain J. M. McCoy; French
liroad W. H. 1 1 unlet ; Leicester I'. Is
rael; Limestone F. A. Lance; Lower
Hominy R. L. Jones; Reims Creek 15.
I). Weaver; Swnnnannn W. II. Wilson;
l'pier Hominy J. J. Miller.
The delegates npMiintc.l to the judicial
convention were: N. A. Reynolds, R. M.
l-urman, T. C. WcHtnll, II. II. Weaver, J.
II. Woody, . V. Jordan, I. II. Carter, 0.
C. MeCnrty.J. O Mcrrimon, R. Mcllruycr.
corgc. A. Shuford, C. I. Hlnnton, J. M.
Cnmplwll, M. L. Reed, J. F. Stepp, Geo.
II. Hell, J. M. Hrookshirc, W. F. Chcese-
Mirongh, Alex. I'enlnnd, Is. J. McClellan.
John Cockrum, Thomas L. Clayton, J.
M. Ray, R. V. Wolfe, H. L. King, Mnc.
lones, J. M. McCoy, P. Sutton, L. G.
Gnrren, J. N. W. Rogers, W. II. Hunter.
Jot. M. Ashwnrth, J. R. Gnrren, Wm.
Jones, J. M. Ilrigman, II. C. Hlackstoek,
J. M. Woodward. J. A. Curtis, S. F. Wil
liams, C. H. Atkinson, T. A. Jones, II. A.
Gudger.J. M. Gudgcr, II. B. Carter, Ii.
I). Carter, J. A. Frndy, K. II. Znebary, A.
II. Felmct, A. L. Bright, J. N. Rogers. W.
vnmnvcr, l L. inild, John Holme;.
W. R. Alcxnnder, R. R. Wilson, G. W
Young, J. L. Young, J. C. Curtis, R, L.
Luther, . Ii. Morgan, J. K. Iloyt.
1 nc delegates to the Mate convention
are: I. M. Cane, II. A. Guilger, W. Iv.
Hrcese, N. A. Penland, R. M. Furmnn, R.
L. Jones, Locke Craig, Josiah Jones, W.
.. Kengan, v.. I. lilnnton, I. M. tiudger.
. M. Hrookshirc, J. P. Sawyer, G. S.
Well, T. A.Jones, M. H. Carter. II. II.
Carter, E. l. Carter, Ii. A. Hlackwrll.J.
W. Nash, J. M. Green, V. B. McHee, A. G.
Ilnltyhurton, I). C. Wnddell, G. II. Hell,
s. T. Itnirrt, K. MeMraver.J.li. Ilrown.
M. Cnmiibell. W. W. fonrs. W. I). Mil-
iard, K. I. Wilson, T. C. Stnrnes, T. T.
Pntton, Jason Ashworth, C. P. Weaver,
L. Curtis, M. W. Kivet, U. L,. Child,
M. Stevens, C. M. .McLoud.
Kprrlal to Tin tmi,
Nakiivii.I.K, July 10. The deadlock it
ended. The wheelers have nnmed the
nndidatc for governor of Tennessee.
Buchanan wat unanimously nominated
on the twenty-sixth ballot.
Hminl to Tmk Citukx.
Ni:v Yonk, July 10. The most emi
nent phyaicinnt of Mexico arrived Inst
night and left to-day on l.n Gascoignc to
attend the international medicnl con
great nt Berlin. The party consists ol
thirty and includes the world famed 1'r.
A nintlnnulnhed TlMltor.
Special to The CitlM-n.
Nkwpont, R. I., July 10. The ilrilish
mnn-of-wnr Thrush, lieariag Prince
George of Wales, is exwctcd here to-day.
To Mellle a Dlapute.
Rpecint to The Cltliea.
BtMloTA, ('. S. of Columbia, S. A July
10. Congress of the I luted Slates nt
Colombia met here lo-ilav. It Is called
to settle the strife lietween the Central
Th. Hlue and Iha Urmr.
Siiecial In The Cltlien.
ink Hu w, Ark., July 1U. Tlic Slnle
Confederate anil 1'cdcrnl cnmat of vete
rans arc holding a joint reunion here ten
day and shaking hands over the bloody
Ulhler (toes lo Karone,
Special In Ths Citukk.
NkwYonk, I tily 1 '.. lr. Gibier, the
head of Ihc American Pasteur (intitule,
tailed for l'.uro lo.dny. He goes tn
preire for the establishment of several
additional Institutes in various pnrlt of
Two Tariff Kxtpounrier,
Special to Tua civiina.
K.Naat Citv, July 10. Congrrasmrn
Roger J.Mills nnd J. C. Brrrkrnritlgr
arrived here this morning nnd will diat-iiaa
the tnrilTat a big meeting here to-night
Meelved bv lbs Queen,
Special lo The Cltliea.
Lonihin, July 10. The delegates tn the
mace congress visited Windsor Castle
to-day snd were received, by the queen.
NORTH CAROLINA NOTES.
The circus by the bovsof Raleigh netted
$2H.01 lor the Soldier s Home.
The corner stone of the new Lutheran
church at Statesvillc was laid this morn
Keidsville hns an ordinance prohibit
ing the talc of cigars uud cigarettes un
There are two Indians in the State pen
itcntiury . Only one Jew has ever served
a term there.
The warehouses in Winston sold 7.1X8,-
r()7 pounds of tobacco during the six
montnt ending April ai.
l lie Durham Kccordcr win issue a spe
cial illustrated trade edition of L'0,000
copies about heptemlwr 1.
Col. T. I. Sumner, chairman of the
hoard of commissioners of Knwnn county,
hub rcsigncu on uccoiini in in ncaiiu
There will lw a Confederate veteran's
reunion ut Pittshorn August 7. A nuin-
lier ol Historical orations will be deliv
Mr. Taylor, father of lohn Tnvlor of
Union county, is 1 1 7 years old. He snvs
he distinctly rcmcnilicrs the revolution
A partv of sportsmen near Wilmini'ton
caught -l-.OOO black fish in one day. This
is sain to be the largest haul made this
The census enumerator of Lexington
has completed his work nnd announces
that the iiopulntion ol that town is ex
Flavins I'etree, son of Rev. J. E. Petree
who lives near Winston was drowned in
Gcnnrra, Ala., and his body was brought
to this Stnte for burial.
The following postmasters have been
npH)inted in North Carolina: C. Wath
ington at Battleground ; R, J. Harvev, at
.niiKicy ; n. i. Mruj;iiitn, ai ciicimr.
The contract for building the new hotel
nt Gordon has been let out to the Wilkes-
boro Manufacturing comiinny nnd it is
to be completed within three months.
The Reidsville Light Infantry have just
received handsome, neat fitting fatigue
coats, iireparatorv for the annual en
campment of the State Guard at Wrights-
Sampson county's school rrKrts show
t hat there were in the public schools ol
thnt county during the last year 3,1)111
pupils enrolled, out of a total number ol
Prof." Hilly Lnvton and W. A. Dcmir
sev will srfir at Ocean View. The con
test will come off July 25, during the en
campment and will be by Police Gazette
The Commonwealth club of Purlinm
has adopted resolutions of sympathy tor
Kcv. tieo. 1. Hostic. formcrlvof thateitv.
for the loss of his wile, who died recently
Bishop IIargro,-e lint nppninted James
, Scruggs.ol Randlcman, presiding elder
of the Tnnity College district to fill the
vacancy caused oy tlic deiitn ol Kcv. r.
t? ti c i..
, ,1 o.oiior.
Jesse Otlis Bass is the name of the tclc-
irah operator at Germanton. He is but
1 1 years old and has completed the com
mon school course. He lint no assist
ance in the office.
Cnntain W. L. Fnison, who for a long
time was captain of the Snnimn Light
Inlnntrv. has la-en apiHiintefl minor ot
the the Second regiment of the North
Curolina State troos.
Dr. Morehend Whitfirlil, a Grccntlxirn
man, now living in Richmond, Ya., took
the highest grade at an exnininution re
cently held, nnd has lieen npMiinted as
sistant surgeon in tne rnilctl Males
Gilmer and Morehend townships, in
Guilford county, will vote on the iiuet
tion of a subscription of S i.Ti.ooo each to
the GrrenslMtro, RoxMro and Eastern
rnilrond. The ck-ction it to lw held Au
The three venr old child ol Mr. John
Claim, ol Guilford county, fell from the
stair railing to I lie Door, a distance ol
twelve Iccl. The tlesli on the chin was
cut to the bone and the jawbone was
liroken entirely in two.
The capital stock of the Reidsville cot
ton mill hat la-en increased Irom $."0..
1H to (Iini.ikni, with more thnn eighty
thousand pnul in. An addition nl sixty
fret is now being built. About $10,000
worth of machinery it tn lie added.
Wm. Rnscoe. George Mitchell, Riuht
Rnvner nnrl loe Ford.coloretl were work-
inu in a field near Windsor when a storm
came up. They look relugc under a tree
und when the lightning struck it Koscim
nnd Mitchell were killed. The others
were badly shocked.
8. L. I axon, of Iredell county, was
out" with Smiley Brown, of Charlotte,
and wrote a piccrof poetry which he (mil
printed in u.mphlct form, charging Mr.
Ilrown with various irrrgiilnrities. He
wns sued for lila-l and made to give a
iKind of $100 for his npwnram-e.
A man callinu himself l. C. Hill made
SHIN out of tlic school honrtl of Snmp
son county in n slick manner. He pre
sented an ordr to the treasurer for thnt
nmount and the latter, thinking it to I
all right, paid over the money. It wns
found afterwards that the ortlcr was a
forgery. Hill escaped.
Two yean ago William Hall, wns eon
vk-tcd in Pitt county and acntriiccd to
the penitentiary for two years for Heal
ing. While nt work Inst winter on the
railroad lie etH-aK-d. On Inst Thursday
lw stole t.lo Irnm Jell roust, a colored
eititenof Orange county, who pursued
Ium and rnuglit nun. lie carried Ins
prisoner back tn the -enitenllary.
Nathan Fail, an nld fisherman residing
on the Masntihoro Sound, seven miles
from vt ilinmgton wns murdered by high
way mhln-rt on the turnpike about a
mile from that city. He wnt robbed ol
seven dollars. There It no due tn the
murderer, but he is supMisrd to la-long
lo a bnnii thnt hat been operating in
mat sevuon mr several monttis.
The order of Bishop l.ynmn't npMiint
mentt is as follows:
July 'J7, Sunday IlillslNim.
"' no, Wednemlny Walnut Cove.
" ill, Thursilny -Gertnanton.
Aug. I, Friday Madison.
" II, Sunday laltsvllle.
" A, Tuesday, P. M. Hickory,
" in, Sunday lint Spring.
" 17, Sunday Calvery church, Men
11 10, Tucsdny-Bt. Paul', Hender
" 91, Thursday Rowman't lllufT.
" 'J. Sunday Brevard.
Ilolv Communion nt all morning tervr-
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NEVER FAILING CURE FOR
TKAIllt MARK RBGISTIiRKD.
ABSOLUTELY SAFE, PERFECTLY SURE AND
Cures livery Variety of Headache
AND NOTHING KLSU.
Has earned for itself
the enviable reputa-
tion of being the finest, most effective
und reliable article in the murket for the
Siccdy relief and cure of every variety of
that common trouble, Hkadaciib. The
immense favor which has greeted it from
ull quarters, proves its true merits and
acceptability to the public. It it some
thing which almost everyone needs, und
those who have once tried it, will ucver
For its curative (lowers it docs not de
pend uKn the subtle influences of such
poisonous drugs at
CHLORAL AND COCAINE,
Since it doet not contuin an atom of
cither ol these. It it ubsolutcly free from
injurious chemicals, and can be taken by
young and old without fear or serious
results. It is not a Cntburtic, doet not
disarrange the stomach, and contains
no noxiout or sickening ingredients.
Tlic M.-culiur advantage! of Antimi
graine consist in its being thoroughly
rcliublc as a cure for any kind of head
ache without respect to cause leaving
no unpleasant or annoying after-effects,
as in the case of other so-culled "harm
less" remedies. These qualities make it
the most populur and saleable article in
the market, wherever known.
UIKIiCTIONS FUR UtSli.
The dote for an adult U two tea.poooful.
in a wine alas, of water. Done fur children
in proportion, accordina; to kc. la either
case the dotw can be repeated every thirty
minues until a cure I. eflected. One done will
alway. drive away an attack of Headache,
if taken when nrst feeling the premonitory
ymptom.; but if the attm-k i. well on, and
unerring i. intense, the second or third done
m.y be required, tt.ually a (trcatcr number
of dose. i. required to effect the first cure
than i. needed fur any aucceedinii time there
after, .huwina that the medicine is accumu
lative ia ita cdrct., tending toward an event
ual permaaent cure.
For sale at
46 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
We offer greater induce
ments to earth buyers of Dry
(iooriri thun any Iiouho in
All our Domestic (Sootlij
bought before tho Hho of cot
ton are now Mold at prime-
Funs and l'liraHoln, tho
bent selection in town, re
gardless of cost.
Curtains in great variety
'or lens thnn you can buy
Tablo Linen, Towels, Nit-
kins and Doilies at prices
that defy coiiietitioii.
Whit (loods, Embroider
ies and Laces ut half their
Our stock is very largo und
wo uie determined to redueo
Kid Gloves und Hosiery,
the Itest stock in Asheville,
all ntlueed to bottom priit's.
Wo will undersell tho low
est. Cull und see us before
All Goods aro now marked
in plain figures lowest prices
in everything. Cull and con
4 SOUTH MAIN 8THKET,
Ovpoeit. Baak ar AeSaeille.