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AT - - THIS - - OFFICE
I FOR RENT, WANTS, AND FOR SALE,
Not exceed log three line.
One lime, 3S cent. Three Tlmee, 60 cents.
Six Times, 78 cents.
5C. IF.K HIINUHKD.
VOLUME VI.NO. 68.
A8HEVILLH, N. C, THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1890.
PRICE 3 CENTS.
A place planned and devel
oping aw a
Situated in tlio
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for hcnlth
fuluoss and bounty of
An elevation of n.HOO root,
wit li cool
It is being laid out with
(ante and skill, with well
graded roads and extensive
A desirable-pluee for fin
HKITHI'IX HUM liS.
A good opportunity for
prolitablo invostinonts. For
illustrate! Miniplilt . ad
dress, LINVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
I.liivllle-, niiU'Iicli Co., N. C.
BON LV. A B 0 H E.
DRUMMERS' SAMPLES OF
Arou JJaiHlkcrtlilclH and
At I'A K-r cent uud SH.fc !. cciil. leas limn
All New mid I.teai aiylea.
iiil 8. MAIN 8T.. ASIII'.VII.I.H,
. Ill TIIK I'l.ACK "IIS
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS
.().' A I.
Views and Sketches.
WALTKB II. (1WVN, 1 J.".r
GWYN & WEST
(HiicccMora tu Walter U.uwyn)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
REAL E ST ATE.
Miaua Securely Placed at 8
Notary i'ulrilc. Commissioners of Dceae.
OFFICK WoutheMHt Court Mquarc,
Keal Estate Brokers,
And IiivcMtmciit Aircntft.
t,tinn e urcly placed at M nr cent.
Omi-cat 94 Ik SHI I'attnn Ave Hccnnd floor,
"HOW NOW, HORATIO I"
Woulils't liuy timber lnnl, mineral irni-ertk-.or
A.hcvlllc Menl HsliiU'f
Then call on in., llcirntlo, ami we will (live
thee thy money', worth.
Wt can oil thee a house lut, lend llwc hck
via to erect a dwelling llit'it-iin, uml lu.uri'
the an.ne'ln any I'lrv Insuniiicc Company
doing liualueaa In thla Mtnte.
Ulrt ua . call, Horatio I
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKER!
Room 9 & io, McAfee Block,
- 8 Fatten Ave, Aeheville, N. C.
EVERY DAY THIS WICBK
BENEFIT OF THE PUBLIC.
The Great Comedy Ploy entitled;
Una been withdrawn niter u very siicccsstiil
run, anil we nuw present our inutchlt-sii
Stock of Grocer?."),
GRAIN AND FEED FOR YOUR USE AT .POP;
IMlOKN oim-:n at a a. hi.
A. D. COOPER,
Our prices are always low,
and pnrticuhirly so on shoos,
inooni)ai'isoii with shoosioro
prioos, but wo lmvr dcterni
inod in ordor to clos; out
everything in tint nature of a
low quarter shoo, or slipper,
to soli thorn so niuoh bolow
their value that you will save
money to buy oven for next
year. Do not fail to see our
line of Summer Shoes von
will bo sure to buy.
We have Mason's Fruit
Jars, at lowest prioos .lell.v
Tumblers at l per do..
Harper's Fly Traps at lNe.
each Mammocks from
Up (Voqllot Sets. :ill prices
ami we are selling thesi
goods, as wo did last year,
at prioos away below any
body else in town. Wo have
Ice Cream Freezers so cheap
that everybody can have
one (of the best makes, too),
and, while ice is cheap, no
lessert is less expensive.
Our stock of everything to
use, or lo wear, to auorn
the parlor, or to lighten the
work in theiHiiing room or
kitchen, is so complete that
wo cannot mention items.
WE HAVE KVEIIYTIIING.
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 SAY E MON
EY, if not well, wo are pret
ty sure to have it see, any
( I'urrnrrly of l.ytnnn At Child I.
Office No. i Icjfnl Illuck.
Strictly a Brokerage HuhIiicmh
l.oana eccurrly plnml M i r rent.
F. A. GRACE,
Will Kxecute In
I-Ziicaiintlc or Oil
MCMllHtlcFlornl. MeiiiilHHnni'f Mr
Aildrraas 110 WDOIlWAKI) AVIt. iKln.lt,
Mich., or DUX iWJ. Aabevllle, N. C.
i:st. ill. isti 1:11 1M7I.
20 SOUTH MAIN bTHTET, ASHEVILLE, N. C.
It will take you but one
niinuto lo road and you will
(iml by iloingsoyou ciiiisnvc
inoiiey by I u. iiigyoiinlrugs,
ilM'illfi'H'S "U'l vp-h .'illicit
at Cnrmichnol's Drugstore
His stock fi'osh and coiiqileti
inn! at prices that defy coin
petition. !on't. forgot
place, -J) South Main
Street Asheviilc. .. C
i on will Itesnrprifeil to set
how far .S. .fin. nin
will go in ho purchasi
of good. stvIMdy cut. we!
made flothmu-. with Cln'1-
u ron s aini i.uvs Mills in
pro pi irt ion.
A way heiuw tiiOM- ''rades
Wf'sllOW Sei'V ice; i ' Je sllilsol
batelv arrived. M"ii'shand
sewed Kangaroo .Viio-s. La
dies Kid Oxford Ties. fm
Trunks and 'ali"s and mini
efoiis inid-siiMiiin r items.
Our Mr. l;!u'
in Kp-luiioiid lak
M;;'e of tin- ll si:,
shown by .e o
iust bi'lore lakiii
! 1 ; i t i 1 1 ?
LOTIII l., uHY CU;:l)S. Sf.ULtlVAiitS,HAiS.
s :ol3 m ca rs.
7 J IMTTliN AVlv
ICiogalit !)l,!jr Store coii
trallv located well venti
lated easy of access aroo
ablc to customers attrac
tive to all, by day and nijilit
iliuiniiialed with electrici
ty telephone at lacluaciit
llamhomo Soda Water Ap
paratus ice cold drinks all
day Ion;; line ." and 1(1 cent
Cigars and Kinney's Cigar
ettes Choice I'erl'inuery and
Soap.' I 'rescript ion Depart
ment iieal and (lean Medi
cal supplies unquo tionably
the purest obtainable iiioiv
tu kkIs on band now than
ever before patronage iu-creasinn-,
secured, success attained
Asheville becoliii's thellfim
distributor for n luindred
miles around conii.titioii
reloji'atod io the rear loo
busy to sav more lo-dav.
T. C. SMITH A: CO., 1i n"---fists.
Public Square. Asln
villo. X. C.
Friday, - - - July 25,
Y. M.C A. UiCTl UK
AN AlXHI VI III
Ills KUCIINT TMII'
TO FALESTIfiE U THE EAST.
FUH THE MISSION HOSPITAL
Adiuisolon .tot cittM.
Tn Inlltt nil mil entMlc
iriMllv. Apiilv li
lulls l llll.li.
Jill) I Hill W
No. I l.i Kill llluik.
THE DAILY CITIZEN,
FACTS AND COMMENTS.
acd tosavu $1 00,000,000 u yvur and
tin- rvpulilicnmi inaniiv tu siicii'l nil the
income iiI'lliCKUVvrnnu'iit iokI $100,000
ooo more, wliivli is the lst nilministni'
linn lor the ih'oiiIc? Maiiclicstcr I'liion
WlllCN Ahraliiun Lincoln liceamc I'resi.
dint of the L'nited Slates the entire revc-
nnrsof the Kuvcmmeiit were less than
$."il),Oil(i,lMiO, Now the jwoplenrc taxed
lo raise nine times Unit anioinil; ami
yet this vast revenue is iiiHiillieient to
'liiii'l llie apiKlile of the rubber who
prclcml that their lumber is palriulism,
1'ook Kansas is nj,'nii. a heavy loser
hy llie liot winds of tl seciion mid
all iii the urn croo i.rft,'.ron.d. There
.s a ui'im pliilosopliy. in the man who
M ill a report lo the above effect from the
Stale and closed it with, "the fanners
.lie very despondent, lint much of last
yem'scHip has not been solil, ami lliey
will not lie wit hunt Inel."
'I'liKi.ii ol llie liibc of Sic nix Indians wild
went In t:nioie with llniValo Hill hav
riliii'iiid to New York very much dis
gusted willi Wild West Shows in gciicm!
ind Cody 's in particular. They arc tie
cidedl.v aiixiuus to uet back to their
ii' inisiii Iiakota. Anions the pleasant
liasliuies Mr. Codv insisted on their en-
joyiiiK was to ride even in the coldest
wvallier with bare breast. Their lood
was nl t lie meanest order ami they were
i rented like dns. Tile returned braves
.iinioiiiiee I Iml the remainder arc quite as
anxious to conic home Inn lack the where
I'm: I'myivssive l-'arnier did not like
the r iastini: of the Stale press on tilt-
iieeediliai.il. lis last issue 8,-ivs:
I lie p ilars in the Stale that liaveanv
r llm nee willi the funnels lire lew in
MimUr. M.-tnv of tlii-in have oiiiioseil
ihe iii!.'.-iiii.:iiion of the farmers oieiil
, ail sun t ly, anil nut a lew have Imseh
-lai.ileied the men unit wnnieit who coin
isc the Alliance, and have mil hesilatei'
ii ilnuw iibstaclcs ill the way of the or
.,iiH.,i,i.iii by any auiiniul of iii.-uiufai
tiled lalM.-l,noils. No, the men and wo
am w'.u bcl.iin: lo the Alliance a:e il
hl: III-. i -,, ii ihi; kim: ami the ivsiihs
i ill ' c si. i' liu'ciiftiT. The howl ul llu
uiis, !:', I i i. .s an- mi nunc to thinking
men -in ! waiu-ii in the Alliance than tin
n.-ikiiiy of ti-.-s."
flic - siibsnliml press" is uoihI. I:
-maul- verv well, bin will nut the write
tic aial eviil"ii w hat lie nicans.
lit' tiduiinisti'alion has a.aiii deiiiou
i rated its love fur the nc)rti, I'lesidenl
!!anisuii has displaced AllK-rt Haw kins.
i inciiiy-tive years the white housi
la-laaan and now lie drives about
w as' iiituii Is liiml as sw.-ll n.. 1. -,hsi,
oacliaiaii as excr broke tlie contract la-
Hr law. lie is said to Ik- a direct iuiiior-
ilioii from Old 1 ji(;l.iii(l. Mrs, llarri-
on isal llie bottom of the affair. She
never did like "niters" nail has alwavs
w.-iiiicil a swell I-nilish eoaelimun.
Il.iwi.iiis has Ihvu eoaeliiiian for every
puMiiciit from Johtisou to Harrison. lit
is elhcieiit in every way, the only objec
tion tumid to him hciiiK that his skin was
ilack. lleisliiu, fat and jolly anil is
known to more ieople of llie capital city
than llie little mini whom he has been
Iriviiu; ubtnil. The Harrisons have
iciiily leaelied ihe cud of the iH-tpilllinj.'.
.ast year lliey disi llai'cil all of llu' coi
ned servants and substituted l-'rcucli
nuiids ami wailcis. Now thev iiuain
how I In ir liuiicd of the colored man by
liscli.uiiiiiK tme of the most faithful ol
servants anil one who satislaelurilv fit lei I
his pusliiuii lor twenty-live years.
Still in the niMcaiupai)4ii Ilarrison anil
lli. party will pose as llie friend of lilt
uriliii ami the latter will, as in-turc, east
i hen vole for the hypoei ite who occupies
llie presidential chair.
fill New York Press iihil ills the World
that I 'resilient llurrisoti lias purchased
ihe cuuac alCaicMay, paying $ I O.ihhi
ir it, anil then iies on to explain how
the criticisms tit the democratic press are
thus made baseless by the purchase, tie
iteepltil at the first, says the paivr, just
lo see how tic liked il. Kiirllier it suyt;
that it can be readily understood that
veil in the face of the clamorous criticism
ol the opposition Ihe President would
make no explanation a bout a matter
liie li was subjected to some conditions,
tint was withal his own private a Hair.
He doubtless thought, too, that the facts
would all become known sooner or later,
ami that the American ietiplc would lie
ptick lo sic the unfortunate position of
his detractors, who without knowing
the facts, were so willing to believe evil
of the Chicl Manislratc of the country,
and bv iilicruiK that lielicf cast shame
on the mi I ii nl.
It reads very nicely but how nbotil
I hose consiiciitiuus scruples Mrs Harrison
talked so pnihriically about less than two
weeks ao ? lit an interview in the mine
paper we are minimal by that lady tlu.t
the President lias decided scruples about
btiyiia; property while holding the office
ol llie chiel iniiLiistralc, been use his pos
session would raise it In a fictitious
value and he would be making money
off of his oHicc just like his horrid
predecessor, tic would never think
of dniiiK that, Oil, no! Yet in less
than a liirliiiKlit he puts $111,11110 dollars
into the proiei'ty of a boom Improve
ment company. A screw is surely loose
some whi re.
Mrs. Harrison should show the Presi
dent n copv of the iiewspaicr when she
Ki ts her tiauie in print anil there would
probably be less blunders made,
Jnnipuu Miller it said to write the
w. rsi hand in the t'liilcil Stales, which
serves well to veil certain eccentricities
JACK THE mm
SUPPOSED TO BE UNDER
ARREST IN LONDON.
CROKER, THE TAMMANY CHIEF,
Another Arrent To-Day In the An,
ule Uoodwln Murder Cone In
New York-London's) Lat
ent iilvorce Hull.
Sieclul to The Clllii-ii
London, July 24-. A medical student
was arrested to-tlny on suspicion of be
nt; Jack the Kipper.
Another Arrent Made.
Spcclnl to the Litlitn.
Nkw York, JiiIv 2. Drew Ciiniiini'
son of the talc siiicrintciidcnt of schools
ol this city, was arrested this nioruiiiK
lor complicity in the murder of Annie
Hood win, the cigarette jjirl.
An inlereHlliiK Cane.
Sjieelal to Tun Citizkn
Uiniion, July 2. Twenty thousand
lilted the streets nbtiiil the courtroom to
day where Lord Dunlo's divorce suit it
in progress against Lady Diiulo.
Croker Hare In Knrope.
Sieeiiil to The Cltlnn.
Xl-:w York, July 2. Kiehnrd Croker
entiled his arrival at Southampton this
The IreHldenl Kxpected.
SH-cinl to The Cltlien.
Lhiiamin, I'n., July 21-. This is the
ureal day at the State encampment
Mount Gretna. Governor Heaver and
Staff have arrived mid President Harri
son mid General Scwcll arc expected. It
is tlie greatest military encampment held
in this Stale for years.
IrcpoHHln for HondH.
SK-eial In The Citizen.
Washington. Julv 2. Atnoon toilay
liroHisals for four and a half cr cent.
lontls were recviveil at tlie treasury.
These are under the call of July It).
A Nervi Thief.
A sucak thief en lend the room of H. V
Ireer, in the llendi'V block, while tic was
isleep yesierday and stole a line HK-cali-
brc revolver. There is no clue to who it
Uiitherliiu; of leiiHlonerH.
Siccinl tn The Ciliit-tl.
ltosToN, July 24,. Departineiits of the
, A. K. that will hold reunions here tlur-
iiiH tlie Nati'inal eneanipmeiit are urged
tu iinmeiliatclv scud notification to the
I'icials in Itoston. I'rounims of the en
campment are now being compiled.
Ieath of MM mm Taitaurt.
Miss Tuggart, of Last I.iverHiol,Obio,
died ttt W. Iv. Ilallyburlon's on College
street, ycstertlny afternoon at 4..'I0
o'clock. Coiisiiniptioa was the cause of
her death. She was a young Duly 22
years of age. Her brother, Kev. J. C.
Taggart and his wife and n sister ol the
young tatty were here. The remains were
taken this afternoon to Lust Liverpool,
where the burial will lake place.
To Fool Ihe Fanners,
St. I'At'l., Minn., July 2L The repub
lican convention was culled to order at
10 o'clock this morning and n prelimi
nary organization was H'rfectcd. It is
Is'licvcd that Governor Merrinm will be
tiotuiniilctl for Governor. Tlie Purmcra'
Alliance, which already has a ticket in
the field, will probably lie conciliated by
the selection of some of the candidates
for minor offices.
Additional Local RrlelM.
There were 1. '15 arrivals at the princi
pal hotels yesterday.
CbrR will be in wailing on the sipiare
to-night alter Mrs. Wells' lecture.
Mrs. P. Rogers Grant was thrown from
a horse on Chestnut street yesterday al
teration anil received painful but not se
Miss Gladys Crawford, of Texas, who
has been SH.,nding a mouth with Miss
liinmn Rollins on Chestnut street left
this morning to visit friends in Hender
Prof. P.. C. Ilronson, snieriiiteiideiit of
public schools, Athens, Ga., is in tlie city,
lie is otic of the teachers nf the inter-state
summer normal which meets here next
Monday, and will he here until it closes.
John Lett, Charles Miller and Thos.
Jordan, who fought with A. A. Linn and
Lee Hyatt Sunday afternoon, were given
n hearing Ix-forc Hstpiirc A. T, Stimtncy
this morning. They were bound over to
the criminal court, ami in default ol $100
bond each were committed to jail, Jor
dan was also lined $2,"i lor carry inj: a
pistol. Hyatt and Linn have lied.
Rai.huim, N. C July 21, '110.
To Presidents of County Associations of
the Confederate Veterans' Association
of North Carolina:
VVc lire now ready toissuccomniissitins
to the ladies you may designate who will
.work in theinlereslof "The North Caroli
na Soldiers' Home. I 'lease send in names to
the Secretary mid he will lorwaid com
J. 8, Cakr, President,
W. C, Stronacii, Secretary,
The director of the Peabodv conserv
atory ol music, llitltiinorc, wfut has re
cently been knighted by the Danish King,
was born in LoienliMgen in 1HI: mid
was n student under Glide, llcrliox and
Dr. von llulow.
y"Takc the thirty-five courses in His
tory nml Pnliticnl' Sciences at Trinity
College this vcar. Gotitl teachers In these
subjects get irom $700 tu $1GU0 a year.
THE SUNNY SOUTH.
The Tennessee State normal school
in session at Greenville.
A rattlesnake over four feet long was
recently killed tier Ixmoir.
Six in one day is Governor Taylor's re
cent record in the matter ol pardons.
Wake Porest township, Wake county
is suffering with a sickness of a malarial
The State Agricultural Society of Ala
liama is in session at llirniinghum. Over
100 delegates are present.
An Lnglisli Bvndicate is after the Iiuis-
villc and Cincinnati tobacco warehous
ing business at Louisville,
James Ray, a respectable citizen of
.Millboro Depot, Va was struck nv
lightning and instantly killed.
II is said that the Louisville and Nash
ville will double track the Western and
Atlantic fioni Chattanooga to Atlanta
Will Williams, the negro who stole tlie
icwels Irom the Lookout Mountain House
in Chattanooga, lias Ih-cii bound over to
Atlolph Ochs, editor of the Chatta
noiiga Times, bus Ih-cii compared to Jos
eph Pulitzer of the World and the man
Governor Tavlor, of Tennessee, has
appointed the list of delegates to attend
the National farmers' Congress lo be
held at Council Minus, Iowa, August
Tvnhoid fever is reported in seventeen
counties in Tennessee, whooping cough
and mcnsels in nine, scarlet fever in four
ami mumps, diphtheria, siotlcd fever
uml crysiKlns in one.
The steamer Clift was burned off La-
mon's landing near Chattanooga. The
loss will loot up ytuiiiu. noiMitiv was
injured, although the passengers were
lorcetl to wade ashore.
In a fiL'ht between two colored men at
Moiitnomcrv. Alii., over a game of craps
torn llillvard was instantly killed by
Will Watson. A 22-eaPbre revolver was
used. Watson now languishes in jail.
Lx-Governor Smith and other promi
nent republicans ol Alahnnm have issued
call lor n republican convention to pro
test against the l-orce bill. A meeting ol
the chamber ol cot, ncrce has been called.
i;ila Parch and Carrie Smith uuarrclcd
over a mutual colored lover at Pigeon
Roost. Tennessee, him carved her nval
with a ruzor and killed her and was
taken to jail. The blood was wiped up
and the dance went oi.
Icsse Hatehctt. colored, has been ar
rested at Danville, Vn., charged with set
ting lire to another colored man's house.
He tried to prove an alibi, but was iden
tified by some women as the lire licntl
and sent to the grand jury.
Governor powte regrets but the Suite
ill not allow of his offering a reward
r a murderer unless the man is known.
The question came up on his being asked
to offer a reward lor the murderer ol
fisherman Foils at Wilmington.
Cant. lolm livers, a prominent gentle
man living in Staunton, Va.Jiad his foot
caught in the wheel ol a buggy and
rtu un-M'i )to th.. ' he tcrn'ile hc-
itleut hauls led m the presence of his
daughter who was in ti e buggy.
I'nclc Dnvc. an Alabama negro who
was with General Andrew (ackson in the
Indian war anil was a ccntcnnnnn, has
just died at Sheffield. Since 1S42, when
lus wile tlied, lie has prayed daily at her
grave, although hc married ogniu.
A mnn nunied Ward started nn origi
nal package shop near CoMiiisvillc, Ala.,
hut the first night nil original package ol
dynamite found its way under bis place
of business and it went up sky high. No
one was in the house and Mr. Ward has
gone to parti unknown.
Caroline Hartley, a colored woman
living near Lenoir, recently died, nml
just li few days before she told her friends
that lielnrc the war she had buried a
large sum of goltl lielongiiig to her ntns
tcr at a plate a short distance below the
city. 1 he ground has licen thoroughly
pailed but no gold mil been louiui.
Andrew Young, a negro living ncnrPnr
i. Texas, was called lo his door at night
and was greeted with a volley of shot
and ball from rilles and pistols. He was
almost lilted with bullets hut may re
cover. His tongue was cut in two, ami
he cannot tell who shot lain. The only
reason attributed for the tleetl is that he
had a row with some white hoys.
Miss llellc Hates, a young Indv from
one of the best families ol Cleveland.
Tenn.. answered nn advertisement til a
California gentlemen, asking for corres-
londcnce with a Southern voting Indv.
l'he coiinlc corresponded and liecnme in-
gaged. The young latly recently took a
trip to Calilorntn uml tnvy met tor the
first time. The marriage occurred shortly
The court house at Inckson. Tenn., is
being modernized and while G. W. King
was diuuing into the wnll of the circuit
court room he uncovered a glass jar
Inch contained three Van Contedcrate
bills. The jar was covered with hard
mud nntl had evidently lieen buried by
nine one who had faith in the establish
ment of tlie Southern cause previous to
iK'ing placed w here It nai been Hidden
the last twenty-live years.
Union county claims tn have a wild
man who makes tlie woods his home nnd
lives on what hc can (teal from the far
mers. Several times he has ln-cn shot nl
bv the hitter but hc seems tn benr n
charmed life. Women nnd children nrc
afraid to go out of the house nt night
and the whole country it terrorized, lie
is known to carry two revolvers nnd il
is thouL'ht he is an escaped outlaw. A
party is to be organized to run him
A. T. Reeves, who assassinated Father
Ashticld ol St, Peters' Catholic church,
Memphis, Tenn., in I'cbrunry, 1HHI), nnd
who in-ing adjudged insane, was confined
in the Nnshvillc insane asylum from
which be escaped three weeks afterwards
has Ikcii arrested in Philadelphia In re
sponse to n telegram from the chief of
police nt Memphis. He will be held to
nwnit the arrival of the requisition pa
lters. The Southern Dcntnl Association In
session nt Atlanta elected the following
nlticcra: u, I', s. wngnt, ot Charleston,
resident ; R. K. Luckic, of Holly Springs,
Miss., hrst vice-president; w. II. Rich
ards, of Knoxvllle, Tenn., second vice-
president: L. P. Dotterer, of Charleston,
third-vice president J B. R. Stubbleficld,
of Nashville, corresponding secretary,
and M. C. Marshall, of Little Rock, re-
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thing which almost everyone needs, und
those who have once tried it, will never
For its curutive powers it does not de
pend upon the aubtle influences of such
poisonous druj,s ai
CHLORAL AND COCAINE,
Since it does not contain an atom of
either of these. It is absolutely free from
injurious chemicals, and can be taken by
young and old without fcur or serious
results. It is not a Cathartic, does not
disarrange the stomach, and contains
no noxious or sickening ingredients.
The peculiar advantage of Antimi
graine consist in its being thoroughly
reliable as a cure for any kind of bead-
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
tlie most popular and saleable article in
the market, wherever known.
D1RUCT10N8 FOR C8B.
The doae for an adult Is two tcaapoonruls
a wine alaaa of water, boac for children
proportion, nccordina to age la cither
aac the doae eu lie repeated every thirty
rolnuca until cure la effected. One doae will
alwajra drive away an attack of Headache,
If taken when Drat feeling the premonitory
ymptoma; but if the attack Is well on. and
ullcring la intcnae, the eecond or third doae
may be required. Uaually a greater number
of doaea ia required to effect the A rat cure
than ia needed lor any aucceedinv time there
after, .how iiir that the medicine ia accumu
lative In iu effect., tending toward an event
ual permanent cure.
For sale at
46 SOUTH MAIN STRBBT.
Wo offer greater induce
men is to cash buyers of Dry
ootls than any house iu
All our Domestic Goods
bought before the rise of cot
ton are now sold at primo
Fans and Parasols, tho
est selection in town, re
gardless of cost.
Curtains in great variety
or less than you can buy
Tablo Linen, Towels, Nap
kins and Doilies at prices
int defy comjictition.
White Goods, Embroider
ies and Laces at half their
Our stock is very large und
wo aro determined to reduce
Kid Gloves and Hosiery,
tho best stock in Asheville,
all reduced to bottom prices.
We will undersell tho low
est. Call and see us beforo
All Goods are now marked
in plain figures lowest prices
in everything. Call and con
46 SOUTH MAIN ITKBBT,
Opposite Bamk af AatarrOla.